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Los Angeles Herald
The Desert to Have a Steam
I Yuma Sentinel. J
Tlie contract for carryiug tbe
dully mail between Yuma aud Sau
Diego baa been entrusted to Gas
kill Brothers, of Campo. About
100 miles of the road lies across the
California desert. Aoross this
atratch mails aud possengers are
aeon to be carried by steam.
The Messrs. Gaskill are in
duatrioui inventor?, and have
obtained a number of patents.
One of their last Inventions is a
eteam-wagon, designed more par
ticularly for traveling level aud
aandy roads. A working model lias
been made, which fully demon
atrates the practical value of the
invention. One of tbe brothers has
just purchased a suitable engine aud
boiler at Ban Francisco, of about
twoboree-power. The wagon will be
made in their shop at Campo. It
will have two driving wheels of
■even feet diameter and twelve
inches width of tire. The whole
apparatus will weigh about two
thousand pounds, when supplied
with fuel and water, and ready for
business. It is Intended to make
an average speed of eight or ten
miles per hour, carrying five or
aix persons and a moderate
weight ot baggage and malls.
It will consume ten gallons
of water per hour. There Is plenty
of fuel in the mesquit groves on the
desert, and cottouwoods on New
River and the Colorado. Messrs.
Gaskill propose to have the new
machine making regular trips
across tbe desert by October Ist.
Their well known energy and en
tarplae make it very certain that
their expectations will be fully re
The New Through Route.
Alluding to our article, a few
days ago touching the probability
of an early connection of the South
ern Pacific with the Atchison <fc
Topeka road, aud Its probable ef
fect ou the prosperity of our section,
the Santa Barbara Pre™ says:
Tbe objection to Californiaus en
couraging a transcontinental rail
road built by "Eastern capital"
has always seemed to us narrow
and frivolous. Capital knows no
State lines. We ought to encour
age competition, no matter from
The statement of the Express
thut Arizona merchants can now
have Eastern goods laid down at
their doois cheaper by this Arkan
sas Valley route, with its 600 miles
of wagoning from Pueblo to Pres
cott, than iney e<u by the all-rail
route via Omaha and Sau Francisco,
is fully continued by a gentleman
now here, who was rec3ully in the
Southern Pacific service in A li/.ona.
He says that a dollar will
to-day buy in Pre»e«tl mire
coffee, calico, or olhsr neces
sary articles nf consumption
brought overlaud, than a dollar
will buy of thu same urlicles iv
Santa iiarbara or Los Angeles.
With this difference between tlie
two routes now, what may nut he
the difference In the cost of freight
when a second through road shall
have been completed over Ihe
southern route? And what an
overshadowing advantage will be
given to California and tlie whole
country when overland rail com
petition shall have been once fair
ly established. It will be the
grandest industrial and commer
cial achievement of Ihe country
A Merc Gush of Words.
The New York .Sun, in an edito
rial on the day after Kearney made
hlsFaueuil Hall speech, thus criti
Kearney, of California, may be, a
very smart man, but his first
speech Mfter his arrival in (he East
does not show It. Kearney says,
out of sixty thousand wurds com
posing tin- English language, he is
iv boaseaslou of a lew hundred. Wb
ore sorry to say that, judging by
Kearney's performance in Faneuil
iiall, his possession of words is
very lurge In proportion lo
his Ideas. There may he
more of Kearney than yet
appears, hut such balderdash as he
let ofTMouday night in Boston will
uot answer to found a political par
ty upon. When one speaks ol
"working people" iv this country,
he speaks of nearly Ihe whole popu
lation. We area nation of work-
Ingnuen and weinen. Even children
work. Idlers form but uu insignifi
cant minority in this country.
Now, If Keaniey.of California, has
anything to propose for tho good of
the worklug classes, wo are all
concerned to hear it; hut let it be
something at once rational and defi
nite, something practical and good,
if accomplished. A mere gush of
words will do nobody any good.
Montana Meat Market.
FUELING ER&. FRANK, MM
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In the market. None but the e™aam
Prlmnst Beef and Mutton
ever to be round. Note the adriresa—Mon
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Pint. Lot Aueelo..
BAVIN6S ANS LOAN 803IET/.
Otßo*—Northeast corner of Montgomery and
Market stree*, Ban Franolaco.
I'r.uttJfU.t H. D. SWEENY
Viotf-Praaidaat O. D. O'SULUVAN.
Treasurer EDWARD MARTIN.
Attorney RIOHARD TOBIN.
M. D. Sweeny, M. J. O'Connor
C. D. O'SullivaU, P. M.Aran.
John Sullivan, Gust. Toucliard,
H. J. Tohln, Peter Donahue,
Joseph A. Donahue.
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Are not alvertl ed as "cure-alls," hut are
specific* In th » diseases for which they
NATCUAL SKI.KCTION.—inv stlgul-
Ota of natural science have demonstrated
beyond controversy that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival of the fit
test" Is the only law lhat vouchsafes
thrift aud perpetuity. Does not Ibe same
principle govern the (omti ti cial pros
perity of uutn? All Interior cannot su
persede a superior article, liv reason of
superior merit. Dr. Pierce** Standard
Medicines have oulrivulled all others.
Their sale in the Untied 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 reft upon any older basis
than that of merit.
Dp. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Is Pleasant to Use.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remed;
Its cures ex.til l ovefa period of 20 years
Dr. Sages Catarrh Remed;
Us sale constantly Increases.
Or. Sage's Catarrh Remed
Caret by its mild, soothing effect,
r. Sage's Catarrh Remed
t ures "Cold lv Head 1 and Catarrh, 01
\U OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAK
BOQXrOBTi Mass., April 2, 1577.
Mn. Editoh: — Having read in your pa
ler lepoils of the icmarkablo cures ol ea
arrh, 1 am induced to tell " what I know
iboui calsrrb," and I fancy the "snuff"
md "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol
argrubbeis) would be glad if they could
>mblazon a similar euro In the papers,
m M years I suttered with catarrh. The
lasal passages became completely closed.
'Snuff," ''dust," "ashes," "iuhaliug
ubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work,
.uougti at intervals I would sniff up the
io-cuiled catarrh snufl, until 1 became a
valuable tester for such medicines. 1
gradually grew worse, aud no one can
ti.uow h-jw much 1 suffered or what a
miserable being 1 was. My head ached
iver my tycs until 1 was confined to my
bed tor many successive days, suffering
Lhe most intense pain, which atone time
lasted continuously for 108 hours. All
sense 01 smell and tuste gooe, sight aud
hearing impaired, body snruukeu
and weakened nervous system snat
lered and conslltutiou broken, aud 1 was
hawking and spitting seveu-eighths of the
lime. 1 prayed lor death to relieve mo 01
mv suffering. A favorable notice In your
pUMi ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in
duced me to purchase v package and use
It wli h Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres
sure, the only way compatible with com
mon sense. Well, Mr. Kditor, it did nut
cure me in three-.ourtlis ol' a second, nor
mono hour or mouth, but in lees than
eight iniuutes 1 was relieved, und in
three months entirely cured, and have
remained so over sixteen mouths. W lute
using the Catarrh remedy, 1 used Dr.
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu
rity my blood and strengthen my stom
ach. 1 also kept my liver active and
now els regular by tho use of his Pleasant
Purgativu Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the same
means o! relief, this letter will have an
swered us purpos.-*.
roan ruif, B.D.REMICK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.— The fol
lowing named parties lire among the
thousands who have been cured of ca
tarrh by the use ol Dr. Sago's Catarrh
I Remedy) A ¥ Downs, New Geneva, Pa;
1 1) J lirown, st Joseph, Me; E C Lewis,
Rutland, Vt; Levi Sprlnuer, Nettle Lake,
Ohio; ChasNororop.is'th Chesterfield,Me;
Milton Jones, senba, NY; J E Miller,
Briduer Station, Wy ; J C Merrimnn, Lo
gansport, Ind; M M Post, Logausport,
Ind; J W Balhy,Treinont, Pa; II B Ay res,
La Pone, ludj Jessie M Sears, bt Branch,
lud: 1. Williams. Canton, Missouri; W A
Thayer, Oimrga, Id; X ti Nichols, Jr, (Jal
veston,Texas: Jonas F Heinert. Mtones
vilie.Pn; s \V Lubk. McFarlaud, Wis;
Johnson Will.ams. iielmlck, Ohio; Mrs
MA Curry, Trenton, Teun: J U Josiin,
Kccne, N H; a J Caspar, Table Rock, W
Va: Louie Anders, liaysport, Ohio; 0 H
Chase. Llkhait,lud; Mrs Henry Haiyht,
Man 1-rancisco,Cal; Mrs E MGalhu-ha,
Lawrencevllle, IS V: W J Graham. Adei,
Iowa; A U smith, Newnan, Ga; Cha-4 ku
Hum, Baliimore. Md; Jesse M Sears, Car
lisle, Ind; Dttu'l 11 Miller, Fl Wayue.iud;
Mrs Minnie Aru.ilse, 2M Deiancy St, New
York; II W Hall, Mailings, Mich; Win F
Marston, Lowell, Mass; l W Roberts.
Maricopa, Ariz; Cbas s Deluney, Harris
burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell. Mass: Mrs C
J HpurtlD. Camuen, Ala; Charles F Kaw,
Frederick town, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Huut
tDgUm, Farmiugton,lil; UaptJfi sSpauld
log. Camp Btambaugh, Wyo; I W Tracy,
steamboat Kock. Iowa; Mis Lydla Waite,
r-htishun, N i J J M Peels, Junction City,
Mont; Deary Ebe, Uau.ia.-i, Cal; L BCuui
mings, Huntoul, Dl; S H Jones, Charles
ton Four Cornels, NY; Geo F Hall, Pueb
li.Cal; WmEßartrie, Sterling, Pa; II
E Ebon, UlB Perm St, Pittsburg, Pa; J R
Jackman, Hamuel's Depot, Ky; Henry
Zobrlst, Geneva, NY; Miss Hattie Pai
rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L Jed brook,
Chatham, 111; s B McCoy, Nashport,
Uhio; W W Warner, North Jacksou,
Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darien, W is;
John Zelglcr, Carlisle Springs, Pa.; James
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Ohio; HU Nichols, Ualv stou,Texas; H
L Laird, Upper Altou, 111; Jonu Davis
Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For
est Grove, Ogo.
Golden Medical Discovery
U alterative, or blooddeaiislng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
[s a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
3y reason of its alterative properties
;ures Diseases of tho Blood aud akin, a>
scrofula, or King's Evil; Tumors: Ulcers
>r Uid Sores: Blotches, Pimples and
Irruptions. By virtue ot Us Pectoral
properties It cures Bronchial, Throat ami
;.,ung affections; Incipient Consumption
Ldngcilug Coughs, and Chronic Luryngi
,is. Its Cholugogue properties, render il
in unequal roinedy for Biliousness; Tor
»ld Liver, or "LiverComplalui;" and it*
t'onlc properties make It equally effica
cious lv curing Indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite und Dyspepsia.
Wnere the sain Is sallow and covered
villi blotches and pimples, or where
here tire scrofulous, swellings and afiec
lons, a few bottles, of Golden Medical
Jiscovery wlll effect an entiic cure. II
-ou feel drowsy, debilitated, have sullow
olor of skin or yellowish-brown spots on
ace or body, frequent headache or dlzzl
icss, bad taste In mouth, Internal beat
r chills alternated with hot flushes, low
pirlti and gloomy forebodiugs, Irregular
ppef lteand tongue coated, you are suf
3ring from Torpid Liver or Biliousness,
n many cases of Liver Complaint, only
art of these symptom* are experienced,
vs a remedy for all such cases, Dr.Plerce's
lolden Medical Discovery has no equal,
s Iteffects perfect cures, leaving the liver
Lengthened nnd healthy.
HE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT
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.Important Change of Time
On nuil alii r Monday, 1)ec.17th,1577, ami
until further nolle.\ trains win run every
day :ih lollow-:
Wilmington 10:35 a. m. 11:55 a. m.
Sun Kri.uoi.co 1:15 p. M. 12:4 UP. M.
" Aecoin'daliou 10:35 A. M. 7:30 A.M.
Tama 2:a6p. v. 7:ooa. m.
Wilmington 8:30 •• 4:55 p.m.
Santa Ana 4:00 " 6:10 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
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Santa Ana 0:30 A. M. 8:50 "
WllmlUßtoti _ 7:45 " 11:10 "
Wilin.n«u>u l:uo P. M. jttfU P. M.
San Francisco 4:uU '• 1:55 "
** Accom'dallon 4:30 " 11:55 A.M.
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and Intermediate landl ngH ud tbe Colo
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idtti, 1877, trains will ru'i dally on
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HP Arrive Leave Arrive Id
Depot sit Depot 8. Mutcu 3. Mnlca
L Anil's L. AngePi*
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On Sundays only, regular train will
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LMlvend la lh« CM, H
25 CENTS PER WEEK.
Weekly 1 year by mall.. 1300
ti months •■ ISO
■• t " " ~ 100
Payable Invariably In advance
Joseph D. Lvncb,
Tbe Bank of Uilroy, Plaintiff. \m. Win.
X Lawlor, W. 11. tsimmnns and Milton
Thomas, Deiendunts — Twentieth ("2u)
IT NPER AND BY VIRTUE OK A
) decree of I'oi • ttloeui v und or
der ot sale entered in the
District Court, of tlie Hinh Judicial
Dhdrfct or thu State ot California. In uud
lor Santa Clam county, on t lit; day
of Juno, A. D, 1878, In tin* abuve entitled
cn.se, und lv favor of tho llunkor (illroy,
plaintill, nnd i.gnm&L William It. Duw
lofi W. H. Hltunums und Mll ton '1 horn tie,
defendants, a certified copy of whloh said
decree of foreclosure duly attested under
the Beat of said court on the 39th dny
of June, A. D. 1878, ana delivered to me,
together with tho writ nnuexed thereto,
on the Bth day of July, A. D. 1878,
wbereby lam commanded toßcll at nubile
auction, to the highest and best bidder
for cash iv U. S. gold coin, the following
und In said decree described real estate,
That certain lot, plree or parcel ot
land, lying, situate uud being lv the city
and county of Loh Angeles, Estate of Cal
ifornia, Known as lot number seven (7) in
block number (2) two of Hancock's sur
vey, aud bounded on the north by Mon
tague's place, ou tbe east by John Wil
son's truct, on the south by Jetlersou
street, and on the west by Main street;
saving and executing therefrom the In
terest of the defendant Milton Thomus
in and to lhat portioa of Raid premises
fpec finally described as follows, to wit:
that portion lying south or tho southerly
limit nnd boundary of tho city ot Dos
Angeles and a part of the west half ol
the northwest quarter of section number
eight (8) in township number (2) south 01
range number thirteen (18) west Han Ber
nardino meridian, lying north of Jeffer
son street, nud described as follow-*:
Commencing at the northeast corner of
said tract; thence south 55U chains to the
north Hue of Jefferson street; thence
along said north line northwest 15.24
chains to tbe north lino of said tract;
thence east 9.83 chains, to the place of bo
glunlng, containing 2.7iM00 acres of land
Dublle notice Is hereby glveu thut ou
WEDNESDAY, THE 14th DAY
OF AUGUST, A. D. 187S,
At 12 o'clock; m.. 1 will proceed
to sell, ut luo Court House
door, in the city and county
of Los Augeles, stute of California,al
Eubllc auction to the highest and best
Idder for cash In V. S. gold coin, to sntis
fy said decree for principal, interest,
attorneys' fees, costs and nil accruing
costs, all the above described real estate,
or so much thereof as maybe necessary
to satisfy (he Judgment and accruing
Given under my hand, at Los Angeles,
this -i h day ol JuD , A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
ly:s td Sheriff.
In the Probate Court,
Of the County of Los Angeles*,
State of California.
ORDER TO SHOW OAUBB WHY OR
DER OV HALE OF REAL ESTATE
SHOULD NOT BE MADE.
In the matter of tbe estate ol Thouius
J. E. Griffin, the Administrator of the
estate of Thomua Booth, deceased, hav
ing tiled his petition herein, duly veri
fied, praying lor an order of sale of the
whole of the real estate, of said defend
ant, for the purposes therein Net fori h.
It is therefore ordered hy Ihe Probate
Judge of said Court that alt persons inter
ested in Ihe estate of said deceased ap
pear before (he said Probate Court ou
MONDAY, THE 20th DAY OF
At ten o'clock in the forenoon of that
day, at tbe Court Boom of said Probate
Court, ut the Court house in Los Angeles,
county of Los Augeles, to show
cause why au order should not be grnuted
lo Ihe said administrator lv tell so much
of the real estate of tho said deceased
as shall bo necessary.
And that a copy of this older be
published at least tour successive weeks
in the Los A ngeles Dally Herald, a news
paper prinled and published lv said
Los Augeles county.
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
Dated July 20J>, 1878. Jy2l-4w
A. Lothian aud T. Walsh, partners doing
i ualueHH uuder the tlttn name ol A.
Lothian A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. George
Lehman aud Win. Klalber, Defend
ants— Seventeenth District Court.
Under and hy \irtueofn degree of /ore
closure of lieu and order of
sale entered In the District
Court ot ihe Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the state ot California, in and for
lx»s Augeles county, on the Btft day of
July, A. D. 1878, and a writ mi foreeionure
of lien,entered In the aforesaid District
Court, annexed to said decree aud dated
Hie 13ih day of July. A. D. 1878. in the
above entitled case and iv favor ol
A. l.othian A Co., plaintiffs, uud against
George Lehtnun and William Rlather,
defendants, a eertlfled copy of which
said decree of loroclosure, duly
ai tested under the seal of said
court on the IG Ii day of July, A. D.
1878, and delivered to me, together with
the writ. annexed i hereto, on
ihe 19th day of July, A.D. 1878. whereby I
umouniQiiiiKlid to soil al public auct ion
to tbe highest and best bidder lor cash in
IT, s. gold coin, the following and In said
decree described real estate, to-wit:
Tbat certain purcel ot laud, being In
the city and county of Los Angeles, state
of California, and described as follows,
Commencing on the northwesterly line
of Main street, at the southwesterly cor
ner af the lot which was the bakery for
merly of Kuhn, which point Is also dis
tant 91 feet 0 inches from the southwest
erly corner of Third nnd Main stieets;
thence southwesterly along Main street
85 feet 6 Inches [31 vnros]; thence 330 feet
lo Spring street; thence northeasterly
along spring street 112 feet 7 luetics;
I hence Slit) feet to polnf of beginning, be
ing the lot known as tbe R».und House.
orGarden of Paradise, together with the
hull or dancing house and other build
ings thereon erected.
Public notice la hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THU IMi DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock sr., I will proceed fo soil
at the Oourt House door, In the city and
county of Los Angeles, aiato of Califor
nia, at public auction to the highest
and brst bidder for cash In U. S. gold
coin, to satisfy said decree for principal,
Interest, attorneys'fees, costs, ami all ac
cruing costs, all the above described real
Olven under my hand, at Lor Angeles,
this 20ih day ol July, A. I>. 1878.
ti. M. MITCHELL.
SPECIAL STCCKEOLDEES' MELTING
OF Til E
LOS ANGELES OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE.—A special meeting or the
stockholders of the Los Angeles OH Coin
par y will bo held at the office of Messrs.
Thorn a Ross, rooms No*. 6 and 7, Tem
ple Block, city of Los Angeles, Cal., on
THURSDAY, the Bth day of August, 1878.
at two o'clock i\ m. on that day, for ihe
purpose of taking Into consideration
what disposition shall bo made of tbo
stock belonging to tbe company, acquired
by purchase ut sales for delinquent as
sessments and by tramtfeis, und for no
Byorderof the Board of Directors of
July 20lh, 1878.
W. J. NEEI.Y,
Recrelary Lob Angeles Oil Co.
Lea Angeles, July 22, 1878. Jyifttd
Toraona Orchard Company.-Location
or principal place of business, Los
Notice Is hereby given lhat ot a meet
ing of the Board ot Directors, held on the
UfhofMay 1878, an nssesMnent of fifty
dollars |}st)| per share waa levied upon
the capital stock of (incorporation, pay
able Immediately, In United Slates gold
Coin, to tbe Secretary, at the office of the
company, No. 48 Spring street, up stairs.
Any stock upon which this assessment
■hall remain unpaid ou tho 28th day of
August, 1678, will be delinquent and ad
vertssed for sale at public auction, nnd,
unless payment Is made betore will be
sold on SATURDAY, September 14th,
at 2 o'clock p. m. .to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
By order oi the Board of Directors.
MIAMI It. 1 ANNIMJ,
Office—Motl Building, 48 Spring street,
L' a Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, July 27th. 1878 Jy2Btd
John H.Tate, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas A.
Bauebel ami Maria 8. desancht? —
nu venteentn District Court.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE Or
a itecreo of foreclosure nnd
order of sale entered lv me
District Court or the Seven
toenth Judicial Pish lot of Ihe state
of Callfernia, lv nnd for Los Angeles
county on the 3d day of June,
A. 1). 1878, and a will on
foreclosure of morlgaau entered In
the uforesaid District court, annexed to
said decree and dated the 17th day of
July, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled
case and in favor of John H. Tate,
plaintiff, and against Thomas A.
Sanchez aud Maria s. de Baochez.de
feudauts, a certified copy or which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seal of said court ou
the 17th day ol July, A. D. 1878, and
delivered to mo, together with the writ
annexed thereto, ou the ltfth day of
July, A. D. 1878, whereby 1 am com
manded to sell at public auction, to ihe
highest aud best bidder, foi casb In U. s.
gold coin, the following and in said de
cree described real estate, to wit:
All thut certain ploceor parcel of lav '
situate in the city aud county oi Dos
Angeles, State of California, bounded
und described us follows:
Lots known and numbered ns lots
number nluo (9). ten (10;, eleven (11),
twelve (12), thirteen (IS), fourteen (14),
fliteen (15), sixteen (16), twenty-one (21),
twenty-:wo (22), twenty-three (2:1), twen
, ty-l'our (21), twenty-five (25), twenty-six
(20). tweuty-seven (27), twenty-eight (28),
!of block No. 2,as delineated on a certain
map now on hie In ihe Recorder's office
of lajh Angeles county, and known as tbe
map t f the Sanchez tract, and situate
near the Kailrcad Depot In said city.
Bald map was made by George Hansen
- and L. Beebold, April. 1871. Also, block
' one [IJ, said tract, as delineated on said
1 map of said city aud made by Hansen
• and See bold i:i April, 1871.
Public notlo* Is hereby given that on
SATURDAY, THE 10th DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. IS7B,
At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to sell
at the Court House door, in tbe city aud
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 prin
cipal, interest, attorney'!* fees, costs and
and all accruing costs, all the above de
scr.bed real estate.
Given uuder my hand, at Los Angeles,
this 10th day of July, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL.
IyCO U Sheriff.
We the undersigned, Er. Aockerblutn
ami Augustine Nordholt, both lesideufs
of the city of Los Angeles, county of Lob
Angeles, State of California, hereby certi
fy that wo hay* entered into a co-partner
ship to manufacture soda and other min
eral waters at the UNU'NsODA WORKS
In said city, under the firm namo of
AOCKERBLUM & CO.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
affixed our signatures.
|f os Angeles, July Ist, 1878. l>7-4w
LOS ANGELES OIL COMPANY.
Location of principal place Of business.
Los Angeles, California, —Local ion of
works, Yon tura county, California.
Notice is hereby given th it at v
meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of this Company he 1 d on
the 2d clay of July, 187s, an as
sessmeut (No. 4) of twenty-live cents per
share was, levied upon th*) cap
ital stock of the company, payable im
mediately, In U. S. gold 0010,10 the Sec
ret oy, at his offlce, No. j Temple Block ,
city ol Los Augeles.
An y s toe Ie upon which this assess -
meul remains unpaid on the sth
day of August, 1878. will be delin
quent und advertised for sale at public
auction; and unless paid be
fore will be sold on the ?Biu day o
August, 1878, to i>ay the delinquent ns
sessment, together with costs of adVertil
men I and expenses of s:il*».
By order of the Board of DtreotOtS,
WM. J. NEEDY, Secretary,
No. 5 Temple Block, LOS Angeles.
Los Angeles. July 3d. 188. Jy4td
Los Angeles Immigration and Land Co*
Operative Association. — Location of
prinetp.il pla„ i oof bmiujss, Los ange
Not ice is hereby given that at a meet
Ing of tlie Boatd of Directors, beld on toe
31st day of July, 18*8, an usessinent of $i
per share was levied upon t he capital
stock of the corporation, payable linmo
dlately, in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the office ot the company,
No. 48 Spring street, upstairs.
Auy stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 30th day of
August. 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction; and,
unless payment is made before, will be
sold on TUESDAY, the 17th day of Sep
tember, 1878, at 2 o'clock p. af., to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with
costs of adVerl Istng and expenses of sale.
By o:dcr of the Board of Directors.
FRANK B. FANNING,
Ofllce-Mutr building, 48 Spring sheet,
Los Angeles, C-tl.
Los Angeles, July 91$ 18.8. ui-im
OF THE LOS AW3ELE* IMMIGRA
TION AND LAND CO-OPERATIVB
To tho Stockholders of the Los Angeles
Immigration unit Lund Co-Operatlve
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders ol said company will
be held at the offlce of the company, No.
M Spring street, in the city und county
of I.os Angeles, ou WEDNESDAY, tbe
Uth day of August, 1878, at 11 o'clock a.
m., for the purposu aud object of electing
a Hoard of Directors of said Company, as
the annual election for Dlrecrnra of said
company, as provided for lv tho by-laws
of said company, did not take piece on
the day appointed In the bylaws or auy
other time, and no adjourned or oilier
meeting for the purposo bus been order
ed by the Directors.
THUS. If. SMITH,
KHAKK B. FANNING,
L. M. HOLT,
By T. A. Gamy, bis proxy and attorney
GEORGE C. GIBBS,
DISSOLUTION OP COPABTHEBSHIP.
Ilia partnership heretofore existing be
tween Delos Campbell and Q. D. Wake
ly, In the livery stable business, nt No.
47 Allso street, Los Angeles, Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Debts duo
the late Arm nnd debts duo by said firm
will bo collected or paid by either part
ner. Mr. Delos Campbell continues the
business nt the old stand and Mr. G. D.
Wakely, having drawn his stock out of
the old partnership, will continue the
livery stable business on Sanchez street,
in the tear of tho I'lco House.
O. D. WAKELY.
Los Angeles, August 7, 1878. r-S 4w
Notlco Is hereby glvon to all whom It
may concern that lrom and alter this
date Mr. M. 8. FINN ALL. Is alone au
thorized to collect and receipt for any
and all debts due (o nud claims beld by
the undersigned. No payment to any
other person will be recognized.
HIGOENS, SPfiBLY A 00.
Jnly iiith, 1878. Jy24-lin
All person* having claims against tbe
laic arm or B. li. wu.hon & 00. are
hereby notllleil nnd requested to present
the same nt once to the undersigned, at
his residence, at Han Marino, I.os Ange
les county; and nil person. Indebted to
said llrm are hereby notified anil request
ed to settle their acoonuls without delay.
Dated April 17lh, 1878.
np]Btt J. in: ISAHTH SIIOUB.
Per T. dt n.
<S"| t> » <ls»yat home. Agents wanted.
<PXaS OutflUind terms free. TRUE*
00., Augusta.Maine marlld&wly
John C. Vlckery and Q. Allen, Plaintiffs,
vs. Jolim Barker, Defendant— -ievju
tecnth District Court.
Under and by virtue of an execution,
leaned out of the District Court ol tho
Seventeenth Judicial District of tbo
State of California, in and lor Los An
gelas county, ami to me directed aud de
livered on the 12th day or July, A.
D. 1878, for a judgment rendered In said
Court ou Iho Ist duy of (September,
A.D. 1877, In favor Of John 0. Vlckery
and G. Allen, plaintiffs, and nguini t
John Barker, defendant, I havo levied
upon aud shut 1 ou
WEDNESDAY, Ihe 2!et DAY OK
AUGUST, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell at
the Court House door, in the city and
county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, at puimo nuctlou, lor cash In
U. 8. g'dd coin, to satisfy said Judg
ment , Interest und ccsts, and accru
ing costs, all the right, title and
Interest of said defendant John Barker
In and to tho following described real
estate, to wit:
That cerium linet or lotof land, situ
uted in the county of I.os Angeles, State
of California, bolng the NE. ', «.-f NE. U
of Section (5) five, T. 3 S. R. 18 VV.I also,
BE. \i ot BE. X A of Section 82, and lots*
and 4 in Section 83 T. 9 S. K. 13 eon
talnlng In ail 123 acres.
Given under my band at Los Angelas,
Cal., (he Ist day of August,. A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL.
CALIFORNIA ST Alt OIL WORKS
Location of Principal Placo of Business,
San t'ranchco— Location of Works, An
drews' Station, Los Angeles, County,
and s mi Buenaventura, Ventura Co ,
There arc delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assess
ment No. 3, levied on the 10th day ol
May, 1878, the several amount*
set opposite the names of the respective
shareholders ns follows:
No. of No. of
Numes. Certificate. Shares. Ami.
F. B. 'iaylor, Trustee 1 1005 $4887 50
F. B. Taylor, Trustee It 1000 2500 to
J. A. Scott, Trustee... 7 500 1230 00
J. A. Scott, Trustee... 8 500 1960 00
J. M. McDonald 11 1000 26U0 10
H. E. Robinson, Tru
stee 13 2990 7475 W
M. 14. McDonald 14 in H 00
A. J. Bryant, Trustee.. If 19ifi 49»7 80
A. J. Bryant hi 5 12 v 0
D. g. Boofleld If 6 12 50
And in accordance with law and an or
der of the Board of Direc
tors made on the Itfth day of May,
1878, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may ba necessary will be
sold at public, auction at 315 California
FRIDAY, the sth DAY OF JULY, 1878,
At the hour of 12 o'clock ar. of said day,
to pay suid delinquent assessment then -
on, together with costs tf advertising
uud expenses of sale.
J. 8. TAYLOR. Secretary
Office —315 California St., Ban Francleco,
Th°> above sale ispnstponcd uutil.Sutui
day the 27th day of July.
By order of the Board of Directors.
J. s. TAYLOR,
The above ssje Is postponed until Toes*
day the 20th day of August, 1878.
By order of th') Board of Directors.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership of HIQ OINB. speedy
& CO., pork plotters, Is dissolved. All
persons indebted to tin* concern will
settle with M. S. FINN ALL, ut too old
stand, No. ">., Aliso street.
l>. If. SNYDER,
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