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•Cos jfwgeUisi gkvald.
AN ACT OF HEROISM.
DsUlltof ttw Drowning of Lieutenant. Bucktr
and Henley la Anions.
The details of the drowning of
Lieutenants Rucker and Henley, at
Camp Supply, ou tbe 11th Instant,
came to the Star by telegraph.
They met tbeir deaths in White
River Cafion. Henley had beeu
scouting between Camp Supply and
Hatchet (Huachua?) mountains,
and had returned with his Indian
oompany. His command he bad
Stationed In the canon in the vicin
ity of Poiut of Rocks, wbeu he
started on horseback up the
canou toward Supply Camp.
Twioe be bad succeeded in cross
ing the fearful torrent of water that
was rushing madly along Its course,
everytbiug with it that came iv
reach, and arriving about opposite
Supply Camp he made a third at
tempt to cross the angry stream.
Reaching the rapid current his
horse lost bis foothold in tbe bed
of the stream, when Henley was
plunged into tbe water. He swam
with the current for a considerable
distance, when bis body was thrown
against a tree with sreat force, far
out In tbe stream. The blow he re
ceived rendered him helpless.
Lieut. Rucker, who was near at
hand, mounted his horse and rode
rapidly a short distance below, and
plunged Into tbe stream, hoping to
catoh Henley as be floated by.
But, alas ! the fate of noble Ruok
•rl He, too, was separated from
his horse, immediately sank In the
roaring, rumbliag current, and was
aeen uo more alive! Rucker's
body was found at seven o'clock
the same evening, about a mile
down the stream, and at ten o'clock
the same evening tbe body of
Henley was found near where
Rucker's was taken out. Henley's
•kail was fractured, and it was
thought by tbe surgeon that death
ensued Immediately after tbe frac
ture was received, which was prob
ably at the tree or stump described
above. Efforts at resuscitation
were thoroughly made, but death
had claimed He own. Tbe bodies
were sent to Bowie on the 12th,aud
burled on tbe 13th at that post.
The funeral was one of tbe most
imposing ever witnessed iv Ari
zona, tbe officers and men per
forming tbe last sad rites. — Tucson
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aud Hpices, put up lv paper or In cans,
ia the best and most stylish manner.
Messrs-. P. Oasenave «fe Co. have fitted
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first* Loa Angele«
The Steams Ranches,
ALFRED KOItJ\SON TrUHtee,
542 Market St., San rrtmim, Cal.
0/1 /\AA ACRES OF LAND FOR
Ovf jV/v/V/ sale, in lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, reaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water is übuudant at an average
depth of six feet from the turfaee. On al
most every aero ol this laud FLOWING
ARTESIAN WiCLLS can be obtained,and
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lauds are naturally moist
requiring only good cult I vution to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with lo per cent
Iwill take pleasure in showing these
landsto parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhero.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec.
C. H. EDMONDS notlfles tlie ownci'3 of
horses and other stock thai he has
opened an offloe at the PONY STABLES,
No. IM Main street. Will treat the dis
ease known as bloody murrain in cattle,
and guarantee a cure. jy24-im
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ed, ruptured or injured in the late war, how
ever Bllghtly, can obtain a pension. Many
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Contested Land Cases, Private Land Claims,
Mining Pre-emption aud Homestead Caseß,
prosecuted before the General Land ofllce
and Department of tho Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
The last Report of the Commissioner of
the General Laud OOice shows 2,897, two acres
of Bounty Land Warrants outstanding. Those
were issued under tho Act uf 1H66 and prfot
act. We pay cash for them. Bend by regis
tered lo: ter. Where assignments are Impor
fect we give Instructions to perlect them.
Each department ef our business is con
ducted In a separate bureau, under the
charge of experienced lawyers and clerks.
By reason of error or fraud many attorneys
aresuspended from practice before tin Pen
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whose attorneys h.ive been thus suspended,
will be gratuitously furnished with Hdl in
formation and proper paper? on application
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Address GTLMGRE & CO.,
P. 0. Box 44, Washington, D. C.
Washihgton , D. 0., November 34,1876.
I take pleasure in expressing my entire
Conndep.Ce in tho reMponsibility and fidelity of
the Law, Patent and Collection Bouse of
Qiukobk !i Co., of this city.
OEO. H. B. WHITE,
(Cashier of tho National Metropolitan Bank.)
SCE tO £77 A WEEK to agents. $10
VICKIE BY. Augusta Maine. septzwly
Arc not ■ Jver;i. cd as "cure-all*," but are
spee.nYs In th j diseases tor which they
NATURAL SELECTION.- -Tuv itigat
ois of natural science have demonstrated
bcyou'i controversy Lhat throughout the
animal UliiKdom the "survival of tiie lu
teal" is the only law that vouchsafes
thrift and perpetuity. Does not the same
principle govern tne commercial pros
perity of man? An 1 uierioi Ciiunot su
persede a. superior article. By reason of'
superior merit, I>r. IMereu's Standard
Medicines have out rivalled all others.
Their sale In tlie United states alone ex
ceeds one million dollars per annum
while the amount exported foots up to
several hundred thousand more. No
business could grow to such gigantic pro
portions and re.-t upon any other basis
than that of merit.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Is I leasant lo Use.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its cures esleni over a period of £0 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constantly increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Its mild, sooth ILg effect.
Cr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
t un s "Cold iv Head" und Catarrh,or
AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS
Hock port, Mass., April 2,1877.
Mu. Euitoa:— Having read in your pa
per reports of the remarkable cures oi ca
tarrh, 1 am induced to tell " what I know
about catarrh," and I fancy the "snuff"
and "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol
lar grabbers) would be glad if tbey could
emolazou a similar cure la the papers.
For Uti years 1 suffered with catarrh. The
nasal passages became completely closed,
"auun," "oust," "ashes, 1 ' "tubaltag*
tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work,
though at intervals I would sniff up the
so-called catarrh snuff', until 1 became a
valuable tester for such medicines. 1
gradually grew worse, and na one can
know how much I suffered or what a
miserable being 1 was. My head ached
over my eyes until 1 was routined to my
bed for many successive days, suffering
the most intense pain, which at one time
lasted continuously for 108 hours. All
sense ot smell and taste gosie, sight aud
hearing impaired, body shruukeu
and weakened nervous system ■nat
tered and constitution broken, and 1 was
hawking and spitting seven-eighths of the
time. 1 prayed lor death to relieve me of
my suffering. A favorable notice in your
paper ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in
duced me to purchase a package and use
it with Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres
sure, tlie only way compatible with com
mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not
cure me in three-.ourths of a second, nor
inone hour or month, but iv less than
eight minutes 1 was relieved, and in
three months entirely cured, and have
remuined so over sixteen months. While
using tho Catarrh remedy, 1 used Dr.
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu
rily my blood and strengthen wystom
aeh. I also kept my liver active and
oowels regular by Lhe use of his Pleasaut
Purgative Pellets. It my experience will
induce other sufferers 10 seek the same
means of relief, this letter will have an
swered its purpose.
Yours iruiy, S. D. REMICK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.—The
lowing named parties are amoug the
thousands who have been cured of ca
tarrh by the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Kemedy: A F Downs, Mew Geneva, Pa;
D J Brown, Joseph, Me; E C Lewis,
Rutland, Vt; Levi wprlnger. Nettle Lake,
Ohio; ObasNorurop,N 'th Chesterfield,Me;
Milton Jones, henna, NY; J E Miller,
Bridyer Station, Wy ; J 0 Merrlmau, Lo
gansport, lud; M M Post, Logausport,
Ind;J W Balley.Tremont, Pa;H BAyres,
La Forte, lud; Jessie M hears, 1 1 Branch,
Ind; L Williams, Canton, Missouri; W A
Thayer, Onarga, III; H B Nichols, Jr, Gal
veston.Texas: JoQUS F Relnerl. Siones-
Vtlle, Pa; S W Lusk. McFarland, Wis;
Johnson Williams, Helinick, Ohio: Mrs
MA Curry. Trenton, 'lenn: JU-Joslin,
Keene, N H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W
Va; Louis Anders, Gaysport, Ohio; C H
Chase. Elkhart, Ind; Mrs Henry Halght,
San Francisco. Cal; Mrs X M Uallusha,
Lawreuceville, N V; W J Graham, Adel,
Iowa; AOSmith.Newnan.Ga; Chas h.
Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car
lisle, Ind; Dan'l ti Miller, Ft Wayne,ind;
Mrs Minnie Arnaise, 2s* Oelancy St, New
York; 11 W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F
Marslon, Lowell- Mass; 1 W Roberts,
Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Dclaney, Uarris
hurg, Pfkj M C Cole, Low-. il. Mass* Mrs C
J Spurtin, Camden, Ala; Charles F Raw,
Fredcricktown, Ohio; Mrs Lncy Hunt
ington, Farmiugton,lil; CaptE S Spauld
lug. Camp stamoaugh, Wyo; I W Tracy,
Steamboat Hock. Iowa; Mis Lydta Walte,
shushan.N V; J M Peck, Junction City,
Mont; Henry Ebe, Bantas, Cal; L BCunz
unugs, Ranloul, 111; SK Jones, Charles
ton Four Corners, N V; Geo F Hall, Pueb
lo, cal; Wm Efiaitrio, Sterling, Pa; II
E Ebon. MS Perm Ht, Pittsburg, Pa; J R
Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry
Zobiist, Geneva, N V; Miss Hal tie Par
rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L Ledbrook,
Chatham, ill; S B McCoy, Nnshport,
Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson,
Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darieu, Wis;
John Zeigler, Carlisle Springs, Pa.; James
Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch Duer,
Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xenia,
Ohio; SB Nichols, Galvi ston. Texas: H
L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John Davis,
Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nuney Graham, For
est Grove, Ogn.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Ia a Cholngogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of its alterative properties,
cures Diseases of the Blood and tskln, as
Sctofula.or King's Evil; Tumors: Ulcers,
or Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples and
Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral
properties It cures Bronchial, Throat and
Lung uflections; Incipient Consumption;
Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngi
tis. Its Cholagogue properties, render it
an unequal remedy tor hiliousuesH; Tor
pid Liver, or "LlverComplalnt;" and its
Tonic properties make it equally effica
cious in curing Indlicestlon, Loss ol Ap
petite aud Dyspepsia.
Wnere the sain is tallow and covered
with blotches aud pimples, or where
there ure scroiulous, swellings and affec
tions, n few bottles of Golden Medical
Discovery will effect an entlie cure. II
you feel drowsy, debilitated, have sallow
color of skin or yellowish-brown spots on
face or body, irequent headache or dizzi
ness, bud taste iv moutb, internal heat
or chills alternated with hoi flushes, low
sptrito and gloomy forebodings, irregular
appetite and tongue coated, you are suf
fering from Torpid Liver or Biliousness,
In many cases of Liver Complaint, only
partof these symptoms are experienced.
Ash rcrnf dy for all such cases, Dr. Pierces
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal,
as It effects perfect cures.leaving theiiver
strengthened aud htm thy.
THE PEOPLE S MEDICALSERVANT
DR. R.V.PIERCE is the sole proprie
tor and manufacturer of the foregoing
remedies, all of which are sold by drug
ging. He Is also the author ol the Peo
ple's Common sense Medtcal Adviser, a
work nf nearly 1300 pnges, with 282 wood
eugraviiws pnd colored plates, He has
alre idy holdo- r this popular work
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE, (post-paid) I ; x $1 50
AJdrcss: R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N.Y.
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Important Chango of Time
On and after Monday.Dec. 17lh, 1877, aud
until further notice, trams will ruu every
day as follow.:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
Wilmington 10:35 a.m. 11:53 a.m.
Sau Francisco 1:15 r. H. 1J: tv p. m.
" Accoiu'datlon 10:85 a. m. 7:Soa.m.
Yuma M 2:25 p. h. 7:UOa. m.
Wilmington 3:30 " 4:35 p.m.
Santa Ana 4:00 " 0:10 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 0:30 P. 11. 10:15 A.M.
Santa Ana 6:30 a.m. 8:50 "
WilmiuMtou 7:45 " 1:10 "
Wilmington liOof. m. 2:20 p. m.
San Francisco 4:00 " 1:55 "
" Acoom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 A. M
Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting
with Bteamers for Aubrey, Ehrenberg.
and intermediate landl ngs on the Colo '
rado about three times per month.
Sleeping cars will be ruu dally.
Tru'UKWIU be run by Sau Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
Geu'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. N. TOWNE, Geu'l Sup't.
K. K. HEWITT. Asa't Sup't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. OCT.
Mil, trains will om daily OD
this road as follows:
8 P Arrive Leave Arrive in
Depot a H Depot S. Mulca S. Mnlca
L Anad'a L. Angel 1 .
0 30A.M. 18:40 A. M. 117.40 A.M. 110 30AM.
4.40 r'.M.Ui'iO P.M. ||8:.0 P.M. |6:40 P.M.
On steamer day. trains will connect
wiln Hi.- P.O. ateamshlp Co.'s steamers
for Kan Francisco and San Diego. See
WM. J. L. MOULTON.
014 tf Ass't Sun't.
Botaun. Medicine Co., Buffalo,!.. Y.
43* BT o tUf')/. r >' r day, at noma
«DO> h sn.mpiHi worm $1,
Ore*. Srmoa A Co., Po Aland. Me.
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Joseph D. Lynch,
The Bank or Gllroy, Plaintiff, vi.Wm.
ti Law lor, W. 11. Simmons una Milton
Thomas, Do.endauU — Twentieth (20)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
d ecreo of fo rec lona re an d or
der ot sale entered iv the
District Court, of tho 2*Hh Judicial
District of the Stale ot California,ln and
loi Santa Clara county,on liie .Mh day
of June. A. D. 1878, in the above entitled
case, and In favor ot tlie Hank of (Jilroy,
plaintiff, una ygalmt Wiliiam It. Law
lor, W. H. Simmons and Milton 'I homus,
defendants, a certlileu copy of which said
decree of foreclosure duly attested under
the seal of said court on the 2t»th any
oi* June, A. D. 1878, ana delivered to me,
together with the writ annexed thereto,
on the Bth day of July, A, D. 1878,
whereby I am commanded to sell at public
auction, to the highest and best bidder
for cash In U. S. gold coin, the following
and in said decree described real estate,
That certain lot, phce or parcel ol
land, lying, situate ana being lv the city
and county of Los Angeles, state of Cal
ifornia, Known as lot number seven (7) in
block number (2) two of Hancock's sur
vey, aud bounded on tho north by Mon
tague's plate, on the east by John Wil
son's tract, ou the south by Jeilerson
street.and on the west by Main street;
saving aud excepting therefrom the In
terest of the defendant Milton Thomas
In and to that portion of said premises
specifically described as follows, to wit:
that portion lying south of the southerly
limit, aud boundary of the city ot Los
Angeles and a part of the west hall ot
the northwest quarter of section number
eight (8j In township number (2) south of
range number thirteen (13) west Han Ber
nardino meridian, lying north ol Jeffer
son street, and descrioed as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner of
said tract: thence south 650 chains to the
north line of Jefferson street; thence
along said north line northwest 15.24
chains to the north Hoe of said tract;
thence east 9.83 chains, to the place of be
ginning, containing 2.7tM00 acres of laud.
Public notice is hereby given that on
WEDNESDAY, THE 14th DAY
OP AUGUST, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m*i I will proceed
to sell, ut the Court House
door, in tho city and counts
of Los Angeles, State of Calliorula, at
public auction to tho highest and best
bidder for cash iv U. S. gold colu, to satis
fy said decreo for principal, Interest,
attorneys' fees, costs and all accruing
costs,all the above described real estate,
or so much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy the Judgment and accruing
Oiven under my hand,at Los Angeles,
this 24; h day ol Jul , ,\. l> 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
lyC5 td Sheriff.
In the Probate Court,
Of the County of Loa Angeles,
State of California.
OBDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OU
' DEB OP BALE OF HEAL ESTATE
SHOULD NOT BK MADE.
In* the matter of the estate ol Thorn us
J. E. Griffin, the Administrator of Ihe
estate ol Thomas llootb, deceased, hav
ing filed his petition herein, duly veri
fied, praying for an order of sale of the
whole of the real estate, of said defend
ant, for the purposes therein set forth.
It Is therefore ordered by the Probate
Judge of said Court that all persons Inter
ested in the estate of said deceased ap
pear before the said Probate Court on
MONDAY, THE 261U DAY OF
At ten o'clock In the foreuoou of that
day, at the Court Koom of said Probate
Court, ut the Court Louse in Los Augeles,
county of Los Angeles, to show
cause why an order should not be granted
to the said administrator to sell so much
of the real estate of tho said deceased
as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order he
published at least four successive weeks
in the Los A ogeles Daily Herald, a news
paper printed nnd published In said
Los Angeles touniv.
ALBEBT M. STEPHENS.
Datod July :0 h, 1878. Jy2l-4w
A. Lothian and T. Walsh, partners doing
i 4i.-inc.HH uinier ihe tirni name oi A.
Lothian A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. ueorge
J cliniaii and Win. Klalber, Defend
ants-Seventeenth District Court.
Under and by virtue of a decree ol fore
closure of lieu and order of
sale entered In the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the State ot California, in nnd for
Los Angeles county, on the bt ii duy of
July, A. D. 1878, aud a writ ou forest o*n re
of Hen,entered iv the aforesaid District
Court, annexed to said decree and datod
the 18:h day of July. A. D. 1878, in the
above entitled case ami In favor ot
A. Lothian A Co., plaintiffs, and against
George Lehman and William Klaiber,
defendants, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
ai lest oil under the seat uf said
court on the M'Ji duy of July, A. D.
1878, and delivered to me, toget her wiih
the writ annexed t hereto, on
the 19th day or July, A.L. IS7B, whereby 1
am commanded to sell at public auction
to tbe highest and best bidder lor cash In
U. S. gold coin, the following and in said
decree described real estate, to-wit:
That certain parcel ol land, being In
the city aud county of Los Angeles, stato
of California, and described as follows,
Commencing on tho northwesterly line
of Main street, at tho southwesterly cor
ner ef the lot which was the bakery for
merly of Kuhn, which point Is alsodis
taotdlfeetrj inches from the southwest
erlycorner of Third and Main stieets;
thence southwesterly along Main streei.
85 feet 5 Inches [81 varas]; thence ;l;)0 feet
to Spring street; thence northeasterly
along spring street 112 feet 7 Inches;
thence 2'Jt) feet to poinf of beginning, be
iugtbe lot known as the Hound Mouse,
orGarden of Paradise, together with tho
hall or dancing house aud other build
ings thereon erected.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THE 13Mi DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. 1878.
At 12 o'clock m.. I will proceed to sell
at the Court House door, In the city and
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction to the highest
and best bidder for cash in U. S. gold
coin, to satisfy said decree for principal,
Interest, attorneys 1 fees, costs, and al I ac
cruing costs, all the above described real
Given under my hand, at Los Angeles,
this 20th day ot July, A. it. 1878.
H. M, MITCHELL,
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
LOS ANGELES OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE.—A special meeting of the
stockholders of the Los Angeles Oil Com
paty will be held ut the otilce of Messrs.
Thorn 4 Hons, rooms No*. 0 and 7, Tem
ple Block, city of IjOs Angel en, Cal., on
THURSDAY, theBth day of August, 1878,
at two o'clock p. m. on that day, for the
purpose of taking into consideration
what disposition shall be made of the
stock belonging to the company, acquired
by purchase at sale** for delinquent as
sessments and by transfers, und for no
Byorderof the Boa- d of Directors of
July 20th, 1878.
V/. ,T. NEE IVY,
Secretary Los Angeles Oil Co.
Los Angeles, July ££, 1878. Jy2Std
Pomona Orchard Com pun v.—Location
of principal place of business, Los
Notice is hereby given that at. a meet
ing of the Board ol Directors, held on the
13th of May. 1878, an assessment of fifty
dollars 1.50] per share was levied upon
the capital stock of the corporation, pay
able immediately, in United Htatesgold
colu, to the Secretary, at the ofliee of the
company, No. 48 Spring street, up sttiirs.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unnald on the 28th day of
August, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertssed for sale at public auction, and,
unlets payment Is made before will be
sold on WAIURDAY, September 14th,
at 2 o'clock p. af., to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
By order ol the Board of Directors.
MIAMI B. .VANNING,
Office—Mott Building, 48 Sprlug street,
L h Angeles, Cat.
Los Angeles, July 27th, 1878. J j 28(d
John H. Tate, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas A.
Sanchez and Maria 8. de Sanchez —
Seventeenth District Court.
UN 11 E li AND BY VIRTUK 0 V
a decree of foreclosure and
order of sale entered in the
District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial Dlstilct of the State
of California, in and for Los Angeles
county on the 3d day of June,
A. D. 1878, und a wilt on
foreclosure of mortgage entered in
the aforesaid District court, annexed to
said decree aud dated tho 17th day of
July, A. D. 1878, in the uoove entitled
case and In favor of John H. Tate,
plaiutlir, and against Thomas A.
Sanchez and Maria S. do Sanchez.de
feiidants, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seat of said court on
the 17th day of July, A. D. 1878, aud
delivered to me, together with the writ
annexed thereto, on the 19th day of
July, A. D. 1878, whereby 1 am com
manded to sell ut public auction, to ihe
highest and best bidder, foi cash in U. S.
gold coin, tho following und lv said de
cree described real estate, to wit:
All that certain piece or parcel of lun I
situate In the city nnd county of Los
Angeles, state of California, bounded
and described as follows:
Lois known and numbered as lots
number nine (9). ten (10), eleven (11),
twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14),
niteen (15), sixteen (l(j), twenty-one (21),
twenty-two (22), twenty-three (33), twen
ty-four (24), twtnty-Ave (25), twenty-six
(26), twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight ('«),
of block No. 2, as delineated on a certain
map now on file in the Recorder's office
of Los Angeles county, and known as the
map of the Sanchez tract, and situate
near tho Railroad Depot in said city.
Said map was made by (ieorge Hansen
aud L. Seebold, April, 1871. Also, block
one [IJ, said tract, as delineated on said
map ol Raid city and made by Hansen
and Seebold In April, 1871.
Public nolle* is nerohy given that on
SATURDAY, THE 10th DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to soli
at the Court House door, iv the city and
county of Los a cycles. State of Califor
nia, at public auction, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In U. S.
gold coin to sat isfy said decree for prin
cipal, Interest, attorney's lees, costs and
and all accruing costs, all the above de
scribed real estate.
Given under my hand, at Los Angeles,
this 10th day of JUy, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
ly£o td Sheriff.
We the undersigned, Fr. Aockerbluni
and Augustine Nordhott, both residents
ot tho city of Los Angeles, county of Los
Angeles, State of California,hereby certi
fy that we have entered into a co-partner
ship to manufacture soda aud other min
eral waters at the UN luN SODA WORKS
in said city, under the firm name of
AOCKERBLUM & CO.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
afllxcd our signatures.
Los Angeles, July Ist, 1878. Iy7-4w
LOg ANGELES OIL COMPANY.
Location of principal place of business.
Los Angeles, California,—Location of
works, Ventura county, California.
Notice Is hereby given th it at a
meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of this Compauy held ou
the 3d day of July, 1878, an as
sessment (No. 4) of twenty-live cents per
share was levied upon the cap
ital stock ot the company, payable im
mediately, in U. S. gold coin, to the Sec
retary, at his oillce, No. 5 Temple Bio. '.i,
city or Los Angeles.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment remains unpaid on the sth
day of August. 1878, will he delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auclion; und unless paid be
fore will be sold on ihe £8h day o
August, 1878, to nay the delinquent ns
sessment, together with costs of advertls
ment and expenses of sal*. *
By order ot the Board of Direetois.
WM. J. NEELY,Secretary,
No. 5 Temple Block, Uos Angeles.
Los Angeles, July 3d. 18 8. Jy4td
Notice Is hereby given to all whom it
may concern that, from and after this
date Mr. M. 8. KINNAL.L. is alone au
thorized t» c illect and receipt lor any
and nil debts due (o nnd claims held by
the undersigned. No payment to any
other person Will be rocoenized.
H TOO/ENS. SPJCKDY A CO.
July Wth, U7B. Jy24 lm
All persons having claims against the
lalu firm of K. I>. WILSON & CO. are
hereby notified and requested to present
the same ut once to the underpinned, at
his residence, nt- Sua Murino, hok Ange
les county; and all persons indebted to
said firm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
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