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Los Angeles Herald.
THE WRECKED "GEORGIA."
rcrtktr rirticulari of tbe Lut PcclSc M.ii
Tbe P. M. 8. S. Conipany'i
eteemer Carolima arrived at this
port on Sunday, bringing tbe pas
eengers, purser, surgeon, and a por
(ion of the crew of the steame
Georgia, wrecked at tho mouth o
I Ike Qnlf of Necoya, on the night o
' Ihe 80th of September. As is usua
in similar cases, there ia a wide va
rlance In tbe different account
told of tbe disaster by tlie passen
gars and officers. Yesterday
Chronicle reporter interviewed i
number of tbe passengers, am
while a tolerably clear account o
ths wreck was obtained, it wa
clouded by charges of a most gray
character regarding one of the offl
e«r* of the Georgia, which notbini
hut a olear and impartial inquiry
TUB STORY OF TUB WRECK.
The Georgia left Panama on the
evening of September 28th. The
Bight was floe, but tbe following
day was misty and a light rale
continued falling during the das
and evening of the 30th. At from
live to eight minutes before mid
night of the 30th, while the vesse!
was pursuing ber usual rate o!
speed, the Third Officer, who was
on deck, saw, as tbe mist liftec
somewhat, that land was close or
tbe port bow. He stated to an of
ficer of tbe Salvador that be called
the Captain. The Captain bad nol
reached the deck when the shir,
struck. There was little or no see
on at tbe time. The passengert
rnshed on deck alarmed by tht
shock, and for a few moments
there was considerable confusion.
As soon as it was ascertained, bow
ever, tbat there was no immediate
danger quiet was restored. Tbe
boats were at once got iv readi
ness for launching, and tbe passen
gers gathered in the main saloon.
Within an hour the steward had
succeeded in preparing oof Tee,
Which was served to all bands In
the cabin. Shortly after 3 o'clook
tbe tide bad risen so tbat the lower
cabin was untenable. The state
room doors were locked and tbe
—passengers adjourned to the upper
The tide had risen nearly to the
hurricane deck, and a lauding place
having beeu secured about four
miles up the gulf, the boats, ten in
number, were launched, and all the
passengers brought safely to shore.
The boats returned to the ship and
brought off the state-room baggage,
mails and $73,000 in treasure.
George Kent, a passenger ou the
Georgia, acted as diver iv securing
the treasure from the treasure
room or tbe vessel. Early in the
day It appears tbat some of the fire
men forced the wine-room aud suc
ceeded iv helping themselves to a
liberal supply of stimulants. Ac
cording to the report of one of the
officers, two men caught "going
through" a passenger's valise were
thrown overboard. During the
dtay the passengers remained on
shore uuder tbe shelter of the trees
and a few native huts. Towards
evening the Company's steamship
Salvador, which had been sent for,
arrived from Point Arenas aud
took all oo board. The baggage
. was left on shore over night, and
brought off the next
morning it number of valises were
missing, and several showed signs
of having been tampered with.
THE CREW OR THE NATIVES
Were tlie depredators is a question.
At Punta Arenas the passengers
destined for Ceutral American
ports were placed on board the
South Carolina, and those bound
for this port returned on the Salva
dor to Panama, whence they reach
ad here by the Collma. There were
on board at the time of the wreck
twenty-three cabin and sixty steer
age passengers. The oflieers and
crew numbered seventy-four. The
Georgia was a vessel of 1,930 tons.
She was built by tbe Government
during tlie war, and belonged to
that useless class of naval architec
ture known as 'double-coders."
At the close of hostilities she was
Surchased by Win. P. Clyde, of
few York, who ran her
in his line from that city to Hav
ana. When Mr. Clyde started his
opposition to tbe Pacific Mail Com
pany the Georgia was fitted up for
tbe California trade and started via
Cape Horn aud Panama in May,
1876. While passing through the
Straits of Magellan
SHE RAN ASHORE
In a dense fog and was abandoned
as a total loss. Sometime In the
Spring of 1877, however, a wreck
ing party succeeded in getting ber
off. She was towed to Callao,
where temporary repairs were
made. Thence she came to this
port under consort of tbe Wilming
ton. She was placed on the dry
docks at Hunter's Poiut and thor
oughly overhauled, being almost
entirely rebottomed ut tbe expense
to the P. M. 8. S. Co. of $80,000. In
October of last year she was placed
ou the line between here and Pana
ma, whore she has been running up
to the time of her loss.
A wrecking party was dispatched
by the company on the steamer
Salvador as soon as that vessel
reached Panama. Something may
be saved if the weather continues
favorable, but it is more than likely
she will prove a total loss. The
Georgia, by last reports, lay broad
side on the reef off Eoul Water
Bay, where she first struck.
vVas au assorted and valuable oue,
containing, besides ber through
Now York freights, 250 tons of for
eign freight. Among the losers
are Messrs. Antlsell & Co,, who
had nineteen plano9 on hoard, val
ued at an average of overs4ooeach.
The next steamer up will be tbe
Gienada, due ahout the I V. h of No
vember. Her arrival with news of
the wreck will he looked fur with
A Local Enterprise.
The Home Inilultrial Aid Associ
ation should be a public Institu
tion. It is Incorporated to promote
and protect borne industry, devel
ops the resources of the city and
couuty and give employment to
tbe honest and industrious poor.
IU capital stock is $5,000 divided
Into 6,000 shares of one dollar eaab.
Tbey are fixed at this low valua
tion in tbe hope tbat every person
will take one and thus make tbe
* Its operations objects of
* publio interest.
< ar- * "i>r belt
and moat respected citizens: honest
men and true.
Believing that in thla favored
section manufactories are urgently
needed, which, while utilizing anil
rendering valuable many of Its >
surplus products, will give employ- '
ment to the idle, bread to the hun- .
gry and render smiling aud happy
many sad and poverty-stricken
homes, tbe Association earnestly
entreats co-operation and assist- ,
ance in a movement that may have
the effect of establishing one or
more iv this city.
Tho company has already com
menced in a smalt way the busi
ness of canning fruits and vegeta
bles, on Commercial street, in the
building formerly occupied as the
McDonald restaurant, which sub
scribers and the public generally
are cordially invited to visit; the
former may see what is being done
with their money, anil the latter
may be Induced to lend a helping
hand. Both will witness a lively
and encouraging scene.
Mr. Butts, the patentee and pro
prietor of Butts's dryer, having
' made a very favorable proposition
to sell, the Directors resolved to
purchase one of his dryers, aud it
is expected hereto be iv operation
in the course of the next ten days..
Visitors at the Horticultural Fair
will doubtless remember the
model of this machine and
tho beautiful specimens of
its products. Both were awarded
premiums by the committee
and the former comes highly rec
ommended from other quarters.
i But favorable as is the proposition,
it calls for $300 cash, and to raise
this amount contributions from
our fellow-citizens are needed. By
a clause in Its constitution, paid-up
shares are made unassessable. As
far as the laws of Ihe State will
, permit, the Association intends to
keep them so under all clrcum
i stances except those of unavoida
, ble misfortune.
, Trusting that the goodness ofthe
object may be appreciated and
feeling the necessity of prompt
, and substantial aid, subscriptions
are respectfully solicited.
W. H. J. Brooks,
A. M. Lawrence, Secretary.
FARMERS' - MERCHANTS'
Of Los Augeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 OO
ISAIAB W. HKLLM AN President
L.O. (JOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MILNEIt Secretary
BOARD OK DIRECTORS.
Isatas W. Hbi.luan, Ecoene Meier,
O. W. CniLU, L. C. Goodwin.
Chahlrs Ducommun, Josk Mascarix,
John h. Ukiffin, 0. E. Tuom,
I 'd AN X I.ECOUVBJtUR.
KsrliaDgo for sale ou
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy and SS.-n
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tho highest price for Gold
and .Silver Bullion.
Krora and after this date, ou all moneys
teitas Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of JLoa Angeles.
Authorized Capital • 300,000
. E. HOLLENBECK Preeldent
E. F. SPENCE Cashier
A. 11. Wilcox, W. Woodwobte,
S. H. Mott. H. Mabury,
I. LANKERSHIM, O. S. WITHKBBT,
E. F. BPKNCE, J. E. HoLLEHBECK,
This Dank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Lop Angeles.... „ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. s. SLAUBON Preeldent
A. S. BAKER. Vloe-Presldsnt
I. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
J. S. SI.AOBON, P. BEACDRT,
V. A. Hoover, Robert S. Baker,
J. Bixby, Geo. W. Prebuott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank aeposlte.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
B'.iy exchange on all parts of the United
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
The Steams Ranches,
AiaFBED ROBINSON, jprustee,
o*3 Mar,»«'l MS.. San Franeiaco, It* I;
OA d\f\f\ ACRES OF LAND FOS
<1\J 9 \JkJ\J sale, in lots to suit, suit
at>\. for the culture of Oranges, Letaons,
L ii&eB,Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
AppUi, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, ttA.n*te, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand «ores of
Natural Evwgreen Pastures. Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ART EH lAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be irri
gated by tho water of the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lauds are naturally moist
requiring only good cultivation to prodno.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance 1»
one, twoftiad three years, with 10 oercem
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands io parties seeking land, who art
Invited to oome and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim. Los Alleles county. !>**, M,
A uurse-jtirl, about 13 or II years old.
One who has served In a similar capacity
preferred Address B, Herald oflleo.
A Ural-elas* Dressmaker desires work
by the day or week. Address J. S., Her
ald oino.-. oSMw
A laiiy, a good niuslo teacher and
dressmaker, desires a position iv a lam
ily where she can make herself useful.
A good home mors desired than largo
wages. AddrrKH IX. o*i Herald office,
On Saturday, on Fort street, above Sixth,
or ou Spring, near Filth, a htdy*s gold
breast-pin, carbuuelo setting, surround
ed with small pearls. Tho ii ider will
receive a suitable reward by leaving it
at tho corner Ol New High and Franklin
st reels. oiftl
A practical orchardist, with experi
ence aud training In semi-tropical fruit
OU I turo. with unexceptionable refer
ences, is w.i'i:ed. Apply by letter *> V.
I., Box MJrf, Lo-i Angeles. *28tf
OS FUANKUN ST HE IST,
Third house from the corrnu of Fort St.
By a strictly private family, two Uuo
rooms, elegantly furnished, singly or en
suite, on the most desirable residence
street In the city, with convenient bath
room, supplied with hot aud cold water.
Kelerenccs given and required. Address
A.. Hekald otlleo.
A FARM OF ABOUT3ooacres, Incited
on Van Jose Creek, n-ar the railroad,
five nules west of spadra. An abundant
supply of never-fatling water. Will sell
■ none body or divide into two farms.
Teni'v reasonable. Knqulreon premises
or by letter 10 A. 1». MONKOK, Spadra,
Cal. <>8 3in
Poultry For Sale.
Ten Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn
Cocks, $2 oO each, and two thoroughbred
Irish Uanies,. Old each; also, Rouen
• Ducks, $3 per pair. Apply to C. H.
EASON, In care of P.O. Box mi.
Oli TO LET ON SHARES FOB litiAlN
NEARLY 2l>oo ACHES or ttno fruit
' land, with valuable water right, just
back ofthe Indiana Colouy.
•VPBICKB VKKY MODERATE.
HENKY U. MONKS.
o27tf Saa Gabriel Fosloffiee.
WAGONS FOR SALE.
A splendid chance to buy a fine spring
waijou, nlcoly title t up fur peddling do
gmas and notions in ihe country; also a
light two-horse, spring wagon. Will be
sold cheap, as tlie owner has noturlher
use. Inquire at U. ONSTOTT'S Market,
HI Spring street. u'iu-lw
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen aud their wives and single
gent*; can be accommodated with board
and dne, large, front rooms, containing
• all modurn uouvenlences and honiecom
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the Postoffice and Court House, and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jel6tl
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third and Hill sts.
1 ISSrBOAKD HY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. o!2tf
Lots for Sale I
West Los Angeles
Offers tbe best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any tbat has ever been of
fered for sale to the public.
THK WHOLE TRACT !H LEVEL.
Only sufncleutyincltmd for good drainage
THE SOIL IK EXCELLKN'I
And of such charac that It never eaies
and is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATEK RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AOUICIJI,
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed aud running through the en.
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OK THE LOS ANGELES A ND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD l«
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.*
This Is really the West End oi our beau-
Ural city, with the benefit of FRESH,
TORE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
unoontatnlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at u>e elegant mansions and
Oashionable restdoi.««ii now e.ected and
In course of erection must mj ijfy any per*
50m desiring a home that this is v... place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE HAs-y
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the offloe of tho FHrmfm' & M ur
Also, at the office of the Maiu Hire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O.W.CHILDS and JOHN G. DOWNKV
will give special attention to those seek
ing information. septlStf
The Block, Ftxtures and Improve
ments of tbe Candy and Statiouery Store,
No. 64 Spring ttreet. The lease will be
transferred to the purchaser.
Mrs. Frye's Lung and Cough Syrup
constantly on haud. Mrs. Harrison'*
system of dress-cutting; taught in three
lessons. An Intelligence offlce Is now
opened, and 1 hose wishing help can tit*
supplied and those wishing employment
can obtain desirable situations.
Also, FOR SALE CHKAP, a house and
barn, pleasantly located on a corner lot,
said lot containing a great varitdy oi
fruit uud Hhade trees, shrubs and vine*.
For other information inquire at MRS.
J. S. I RYK'S, No. 64 Spring Ht. 0010
fy ~ •'•«■ m ,•■»■.
will lK,y ft"-!. i .n La (Ml
Tfup» . ■ hi MB! Inks a.id timohai and .vtr,
ttww la S-anwl stna\. miiT. M A SVTAII I MR •*" Am wwdertVil
■ BH.MiiX (IVRIMMoPE " mmi hi afW Afaato' hat svlbaa
arttttat. V .-■ i ban, «ta UjraacxM ——1 '■' O
•■■jll ObaM, W> *U. barf postal ue*J fat fall parti. Uar» X 8.-4
ha>. artn.tTm.-a • nsJs and ran OwrUah proriptlf aa, aatiala
»»>..,■» \j aaania a* w.».ia,,u. «f AiaiMtaa or Furo(f. oak*
LINES OF TRAVEL.
_ I 1
CiOOIIAU., PERKINS 4 CO., AUHNTH,
San Francisco and Los
Angeles Express Line.
jcorulng South Going North
11 !s| 1' II
if I rl so a P
? a | p p c s
Orliaba.... not. 1 Oft. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8
Scnator....| •• » « I " II ' »
Orllabii....| " U " H " 1" " Jj
Henaltir " IT " IU " fr*
Orliaba ... " 3' " M " » „ *>
H. OUO, " 37 " 3» " 31 N"V. 3
Orltab;;... Nov. I Nov. 3 Nov. 0 T
Both Bteamshlfs call at Tort Harlord
(SauLuisOblspo)ainl Santa Barbara; also,
on down trip, at Auauulm Landing for
■rpuMOgan lor sau Francis o take
the train l"i Wilmington that leaves
Los Augeles at 3M P. M., Los Angeles
Los Angeles and San Diego
TIIK STEAM F.KS
Scnat-.r and Orizaba
I. MX- s«n Pedro lor Sail Diego Oct. 4,9,
U, i 9, 34, 20, and Nov. 8.
Passengers take the train that leaves I.os
Augeles for Wilmington at 10.50 a. m„
Los Augeles time.
Rates ot Fare Irom Los Angeles.
(l"ayabK' lv Ciold.)
To Pan branclsco 815 00 510 <J0
To Port Harford 13 00 0 00
To Santa Itarbuia 8 CO 0 00
To a»u Diego 7 50 5 50
Plans of Bteamers'cablns at aEent'sofflce,
where berths may be seemed.
FOB WAY POSTS.
The steamer Constantino leaves San
Buenaventura for Man Franolsco every
Friday, and the steamer Los Angeles
every Tuesday, calling al way ports.
Freight steamers leave Sau Francisco
for Ban Diego and way ports about every
ten days, carrying s'oek, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as cbove.or
tor tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H, McLELLAN, Local
Ageut, OlHce, No. 60J Main street,
over tue Commercial Bank, Los
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
Ou anil alter Monday,Dec.l7tb,lB77, and
until further notloe, trams will run every
day as follows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
Wilmington 10:35 a.m. 11:65 a.m.
SauFrauolscu 1:16 P. M. 12:40 p.m.
" Accom'datlon 10:36 A. M. 7:30 A.M.
Yuma ■ 2:26 P. M. 7:U) A. M.
Wllmlugtou _ 3:30 " 4:65 P. M.
Sauta Ana 4:00 " 0:10 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:16 A.M.
Santa Ana - 8:30 A. M. 8:60 "
Wllmlnston 7:45 " 9:10 "
Wilmington 1:00 P. M. 2:20 P. M.
Sau Frauclsco 4:00 " 1:55 "
" Aoeom'datlon 4:30 " 11:65 a.m.
Trains ron dally to Yuma, oouuocting
Willi steamers for Aubrey, Khrenberg
and Intermediate land! tigs on the Colo
rado about three times per month.
Sleeping cars will be run dally.
TraW* will be ruu by Sau Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ant.
A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
E. E. HEWITT. Ass't Sup't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OK TIME.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. OCT.
Ist . 187 H. traluß will run dally ou
this road as follows:
8 P Arrive Loavo Arrive in
Depot 3 P Depot S. Mnlca S. Mnlca
L Angl'a L. Angel's
J 30A.M. Isitw A. M. 117.40 A.M. 110.30AM
-4.20 P.M. 18:25 P. M. 112:26 P.M. |5:40 KM,
On Sundays only, regular train will
leave Banta Monica at 4:20 r. M., arriving
at Los Augeles at 5:20 r. M ; returning,
leave loa Angeles at 6:40 P. at., arriving
at Santa Monica at (J :10 p. M.
A.N. TOWNE, T. H. GOODMAN.
Qeu'lSupt. Gen'l Pas'g Ag't.
E, E. HEWITT,
oil If Aoting Ass't Sup't.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Uo,
[O'iccossors to l.ittlefleld, Webb A C0.,l
316 an I 318 Washington Street,
Solicit consignments or all kinds ot
country produce. Make prompt retuns.
Advance liberally on approved ship
View of Marriage!
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1 *> *J fc j>— W k 1 imif > <.t iuarn u>;l nml ii.*
miM -thn: until tdr it; the
'A N D < rvu oi Hoproduciion am
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11 i J ' ? k € it F' 1 C| afl: ate reading, IM) i>*\ge§, uric;
I li i ■*ifi fc*MLfclJh«fcJ| " - * - _
, ( ft PHtVATE MEDICAL ADVISER! .
On all Jiattrtleri oi a. FrlvaTo Nature arulni truiri Sell
\bune. Excesses, or Sonrot Dinnnnen. witb. the Ik-.'
uH iiiia of rtirc, 284 large page*, price 60 ct*.
A CLINICAL LECTD*RE on th« aIK)Vf difwanet end
-n< ol'iiif Throutnnd Lung*, CaUurh.itupture, Uw
Opium Hablt,*c.,prt4»a Wet*.
J.t'hcr hos>k »pnt pottpn Id on receipt ol price; or all three,
C'lnraininu .HKi !>*_''». twautlfully HiUitrnted, tor 75 rU.
AUJrcM DR. BtJTTB, No. IS N. Bth at. St. Louis. M»
ft VfcWW ar "' Morphine, habit «rrfl
IN tho District Court ofthe Sr .jicenth
Judicial District of the State <>i Culifor
iitu., In and for thecounty of Los Angeles.
Doriu Jones, ns Lxecutrix ol John I
Jones, deceased, Plaintiff, Vs. F. I. K.
Teinplo et ul, Defendants.
Action brought in the District Court ol
ihe Seventeenth Judicial District uf the
Statu of Calilorula, tv and for the County
of Los Angeles, and tlie Complaint tiled
in suid County ol 1 us Angeles, in tbe
office of tho Clork of said District Court.
Thol'eoplo of tbe Stato of Cnlllorniu,
send greeting lo F 1' F Temple, D Freo
man aud I. FSpenc* , Assignees of F 1' F
Temple, J FNowmakand Isuac Light
uer, partners doing laisincssasJ "New
mark >v Co, fcJliasJ Baldwin, The Mutual
Laud Company, a Corporation, Mary L
McClellau, Sarah Francis Mcciellan,
Jaiues K. MeCL-liun aud Anna McClel
lau, Illinois, John s Thompson, guard*
un of said minors, X Germain and G ii
Matfield, partners doing business as
10 Germain* Co, Henry North, Charles
J Kills, liiram Quimby, J M urimth and
SJ Lynch, partners doing business us
Gtlihth, L.\nch A Co, Benjamin F
Thompson, Jolin U Ramirez, Kern Val
ley Bunk, a toi porutiou, Louis Fheiflen
bergerandUN Nolle, uomg business as
Fheilleubeiger & Co, Thomas X Bard.L
Gildiuaehir. Arcadia li de Baker, X W
Baker, 11 Btelbet, Godfrey Hargltt, Jolui
Leiver, 10 i' Tomkiui-ou, Peter Lalaml,
Alexander Weill, Francisco Lopez,
t, J Weston, W \V Jenkins, MS
Latham, George A Temple, Los Augeles
County Lank, a corporation, Josepli
Blow, H A Ulndall, George Lundio,
George Lynch aud John Krrmgtoo, part
ners doing easiness as Lynch A KrriDg
tou, L Lehman, .*s X llolman, Heury
Hamilton, Wm McKe.-, l< W Koll, tt
O'Neal, Wm Smith, M W do .sublchi, E
Boutou, Bwyes A Serrano, A liulluek,
ltoslua Alien, Hosa B Gray, F IF Tem
ple and George U smith, trustees of Rosa
B Gray, D 11 Whltteinoie, G X Long, As
signee In Bankruptcy of PP l l ' Temple,
You are hereby required Lo appear in
an action brought agaiust you by the
above named Plain til] in the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the State oi California, in and lor
tiie County of Los Angeles, and to aa
swertne complaint liied therein, witlito
teu days (exclusive of the day of service)
aftoi the service on you of this numinous
—if sorved within this county; or, If served
outof this couuty, bu«t lv this District,
within twenty days; otherwise, with
lu rorty days —or Judgment by de
tault will be taken ug'Wnst you accord
ing to the prayer of saM complaiut.
The said actiou is brought to obtain
a decreo oft-iiscourt for the loreclosure
a certain mortgage descsftjed in the said
complaint, aud executeTl by the said
deleudant, F F F Temple, on tho 2ith of
August, A D 1575, to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note, in wordy
and figures us follows, viz:
Los Angei,ks, August 28th, 1875.
On or before oue year afier date, lor
value received, 1 promise to pay to Johu
Joues or to hlsoruer, the sum of eighteen
thousand one hundred uud twenty-one
&d 100 dollars, In gold coin of the Govern
ment of the United States, wlih Interest
thereon in like gold coin, from date un
til paid, at the rate of oue percent, per
month, said interest to be paid monthly,
and If not so paid then to be added to
the principal sum nnd bear like rate of
interest. F. P. F. TEMsVLE.
Of which uoto the said Dorla Jones, as
axecutilx of John Jones, deceased, is now
the legal holder aud owner; tintl the
premises conveyed hy said mortgae-efciuy
be sold, and the proceeds applied to the
payment ot said sum of 818,121.56, vflth
interest as stated in complaint, five ncr
cent, on amount due on said mortgage as
attorneys' fees, all payable in U SgoJU
coin, and costs of suit; and lv c&S£
such proceeds are not isuffieient lo o*l%/
the sume, then to obLain an exeuu*
Hon against said F 1' F Teintftt;
for the balance remaining due; and also
that thesald deiendanis und all person*
claim iug by, through or under
them, or any oi them, may
be barred and foreclosed ol ail right, ti
tle, claim, lien, equity of redcmpilon aud
interest lv and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and for other and turiher relief.
Reference is had to complaint for partic
And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to'appearand answer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plaiutifi
will apply lo the Court for tbe relief de
manded In the said complaint.
Given uuder my haud and the seai of
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District ofthe State of California,
in and for the county of Los Angeles, this
Oth day of September, in the yearorour
Lord, one thousand eighL hundred uud
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By GRIFFIN JOHNSTON, Deputy Clerk.
THOM & ROSS, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Duncan McArthur, PlaintilT, vs. Robert
Farris et al.. Defendants.—bevt uteouth
Under and by virtue of an execution Is
sued out of the District Court of the
Seventeenth Judicial District of the State
of California, in aud lor thecounty of
Los Augeles, and to me directed aud de
livered on the 29th day of August, A. D.
1878, for a judgment rendered iv said
Court on the 2d day of April, A. D. 1878,
in favor of Robert Farris and J. N. Vlck
ers, defendants, and against Duncan Mc-
Arthur, plaintin", I have levied upou and
MONDAY, THE lltb DAY OK
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell,
at the Court House door, in the city and
eountyot Los Angeles, state of Califor
nia, at public auction, to the high
est and best biduer, for cash in U. S.
gold coin, to satisfy suid execution for
Judgement and costs and all accruing
costs, all the right, title and Interest of
said pluintiff, Duncan McArthur, In and
tothefollowiug described real estate, to
The NW. ?-4 of Section 25, Township 2
South Range 14 West, San Bernardino
Meridian, situate in tlie county of Los
Angeles, State of California.
Given under my hand at the city and
couuty ot Los Angelas, State of Calilor
ula, this 18th day ol October. A. D.
1878. H. M. MITCHELL,
By James C. Kays, Deputy. o2Uid
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OK LOUIS FIRMAN,
Notice Is hereby given by tlio under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Louis Firman, deceased, to the cred
itors of and all persons havlug claims
against the said deceased,to ex hibll them,
with the necessary vouchers, within four
months after the llrst publication of this
notice, to tho suid administrator ut his
home. In El Monte, Los Angeles county,
or at the offp'o of his attorney, M. L.
Wicks, Temple Block, Los Angeles city,
iv the county of Los Angeles.
F, W. GIBSON.
Adinluiatrator of theeeluteof Louis Kir
ma ii.deceased. 010 4w
Dated October the 9th, 1878.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OK HENRY CAUTERY. DE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
the undersigned. Administrator of
the estate of Henry Curtcry,deceased,to
tbe creditors of, and all persons having
claims against tho said deceased,to exhib
it thcm,wlU»-t\ i ffc'iiecCr.»u' vouchers,with
in Tof.ir months after the'rst publication
of tf ,is nol ice, to the said /'.uilnlstrutor,
at 'the office of m. Haley-rvorney at law,
He »om No. 3 -uwney block (up-stairs),
Los e-\ nvtOß city nnd county.
Administrator of thft Estate of Henry
Los Angeles, Oct. 8, oO 4w
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF I'ARLO TRYOB, Deceased.
Notice s hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of lbs ok
lata of Pablo Pryor, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the suid deceased,
to exhibit t hem with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after tho
first publication ofthls notice, to the suid
Administrator, at Sun Juan Cuplstrano,
in the county of Los Angelefi.
R. KB AN.
Administrator of the estate ef Pablo
Dated Los Argeles, October 11,1877.
Wo, the undersigned., 'at'l'osAn^'
at No. oOAIy business whaLevA
thepurpr in this department All
undcor.ii't premium votes are d« v
hrancV office only. y '
W. E. MORFORD,
in Manager Soutneru Dep't,
IN THK DltiTttlOT COURT OK illi
Seventeenth Judicial District vi
State of Cailiornia, in and for tliS
county nf Los Angeles.
A. Lothian and T. Walsh, par tv eta no
der the linn name ol A Lothian Uo-i
Plaintiits, against 11. J. Wood and the
Southern District Agricultural society, a
corporation, Deft bdahtS.
Actiou brought in Uie District Court «>i
the Seventeenth. Judicial District, oi the
Slate of California, iv and for the county
of Los Angeles, and the complaint Hied tv
said couu ty ol l/js Angeles, in the office
of the Clerk of said District Court.
Tho people of tho State of California
send greeting to li. J. Wood aud tho
Southern District Agricultural Society, a
You aro hereby required to appear in an
achon brought agaiust you by the above
named Plaiutttls In the District Court ol
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
State ot California, in and for the County
of Los Augeles, and to unswer the com
plaiut filed therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of Iho day of service) after the
service on you of tills summons—lf sorved
within tins County; or, if served out
of this County, hut in this District, within
twenty days; Otherwise, within forty days
—or Judgment by default will be taken
against yon, according to tho prayer of
The said action is brought toobtaina
decree from this Court for tho foreclosure
of a certain mechanic's Hen described In
the said coniplaint and tiled hy the said
plalulifls in the offloe of the County Re
corderof said county on the 30th day of
June, A. D. 1878, to secure the puyment
ol uu account for materials furnished for
tbe construction of the Lulldlug de
scribed iv said lelti, belonging to said de
fendant H J. Wood, said claim aniount
lng to $40140,g01d coin; thut tho prem
ises covered by said lieu may bo sold,
and tbe proceeds applied to the payment
of the costs of this suit, $100 attorneys'
fees,BB (the costs uf filing and recording
bald Men) and the balauce due on said
aocount, amounting to the sum ot $101 40,
and costs of suit; and in cubo such pro
ceeds are uot sufficient to pay the some,
then to obtain an execution against said
H. J. Wood for the bulanco remaining
due, aud also that the said defendants,
and all persons claiming by, through or
under them, or cither of them, may he
barred and foreclosed of all right, title,
claim, Hen, equity of redemption and
Interest in and to Mild mortgaged prem
ises, aud for otherand further relief.
Iteferenco is had to complaint lor par
And you are hereby notified that if you
fat 1 to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required,the said plaint ills
will apply to the Court for the relief do
manded In tho suid complaint.
Uiven under my hand ajul the seal ol
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District of the State of California,
In and for tho county of Los Angeles,
this first day o\ October, In the year oi
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[seal.] A. W. POTTS. Clcik.
By A. RIMPAU, Deputy Clerk.
Barclay A Wilson, PJatutiffs' Attorneys,
San Francisco Petroleum Company.
Location of principal place of business,
San Francisco, California; Location of
works, San Fernando Petroleum Mtn*
lug District, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Board of Directors, held on ttie
stiiday of October, 1878, an assessment
(No. 4) of thirty cents per share was lov
ied upon t he capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable Immediately, In United
-States gold coin, to the Seoretary, at the
office of the company, 21 Montgomery
street, San Kranclseo, Cal.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment shall remain unpaid on the ]_: h
day of November, Im7B, will bo delin
quent and advertised for sale at publio
auction; and, unless payment is made
before, will be sold on Thursday, the sth
day ot December, 1878, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together wil ii costs of
advcrl ising and expuuses of sale.
By order ol the Hoard of Directors.
Otllce —22 Montgomery street, B*n
Frauclsco, California. ocBtd
Pomona Orchard Company.—Location
of prlncipsl pluce of business, Los
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting
of tbe Hoard of Directors, held on t he 27th
of Beptember,lB7ti,au asiessmentof thirty
dollars iv, per share was levied upon
the capital stock ofthe corporation, pay
able Immediately, in United States gold
coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the
company, No. is Spring street, up stairs.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 3Uth day of
Ootober, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction; and,
unless payment is made beforo, will be
sold on SATUKDAY, November 16th,
1878, at 2 o'clock P. m., to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with cost ot
advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of th c Board of Directors.
FRANK B. FANNING,
Cfflce—Mntt Fuildiug, 48 Spring street,
Ijog Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, September 27, 1878. sB9td
In tbe County Court
Of the County of Los Angelea, State
SAMUEL H. WINTER )
HIS CREDITORS. )
Pursuant to an order of the lion. A. M.
Stephens, Judge of the said County
Court, notice is hereby given to all the
creditors of said Insolvent, Samuel H.
Winter, to be aud appear before tbe said
Judge, In opeu Court, at the Court-room
of said Court, at the Court House, In the
city aud county of Los Angeles, on the
26th day ef November, A. I >. 1878, ut 10
o'clock a. m. of that day, then and there
to show cause,!/ any they can, why the
prayer of suid Insolvent should uot be
granted and an assignment of his estate
be made and he he discharged from his
debts and liabilities, In pursuance tothe
statute In such cases made and provided;
and In the meantime all proceedings
against snld insolvent be stayed.
Witness my hnnd and the seal of said
Court, this 22d day ol October, A. 1). 1878.
[Seal.J A. W. POTTS.
By 0, F. TOWNSEND, Deputy.
Main Street and Agricultural Park Rail
road Company.—Location of principal
place of business, Lou Angeles Oaf.—
Locution ot road, Los Angeles, Cal.
There nre delinqueat upon the follow
ing described stock, on account of assess
ment No. 4, levied on the llth day of
September, 1876, Ihe several amounts set
opposite tho names of the respective
shareholders, as follow*:
Certincate. Shares. Amt.
Ruehannn, 8. H 101 1 9b 00
Beane, C. E IS* 2 10 00
Lichtenberger,L 61 2 10 00
And In accordance with law and an or
der of the Board of Directors made on
the llth day of September, 1878, so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
maybe neessary will be sold at public
auction, at the office of the Main street
aud Agricultural Tark Hull road Com
pany, on MONDAY, the FOURTH day
of November, 1878, at the hour of one
(1) o'clock p. m. of suid duy, to pay said
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with cost-tor advertising aud expenses or
JOHN O. WHEELER,
Office—No. :i Commercial street, Los
Angeles, California. o24td
OyFfCI SiN I'ItANCISCO PETROI.IHJ.M Co. 1
22 Montgomery St.,Sau trauclsco. I
Person, holding any claim or Indebt
edness against the above-named compa
ny are rt-quested to forward them to this
oßice for payment. No bill will be acted,
upon unless certified to bo correct by r> j
Byorderof ttie Board of Directors.
WENDKIJ, EASTOf .
minis ntalnst the
* ( ;o. are
CITY OF PARIS, 58
Kllm Klernan, riulntlfr, vs. Bridge!
Cltirord, James Gorman and Peter
Keinan, Guardian oi the person and
estate of Hrldget Clifford, au insane |
person, Defendant*.— No. 41SL— Mt-.ven- '
teenth Dist: tot Court.
trSDBfl AND BY VIRTUK «:!•■ A
) decree of toreclosure und or- ,
der ol sale entered lit the .
District Court of tho 17th Jihliuial
District ofthestuteof California, In and ,
fur the county of Los Angeles, on the
12th day of October, A. D. 1878, aud a
writ on foreclosure of mortgage entered
lv the aforesaid District Court , annexed
to said decree and dated the in h day of
Uctober. A. D. 1878, In the above enti
tled case, aud tv favor of Eliza Klernan,
plalntll), and against Bridget Clifford,
Junius Gorman and Peter Koman, Guar
dian of t he person and estate of
Bridget Oltflbrdi au lnsauo person,
defendants, acertlflud copy of which said
decree of foreclosure duly attested under
the seal of said court on tho Kith day
of October, A. D. 1878, and delivered to
me, together with tho writ an
nexed thereto, on tho 23d day
day of October, A. D. 1878, whore
by I am commanded lo sell ut public
auction, to the highest and best bidder
for cash in U. S. gold coin, the following
and lv said decree described real estate,
All that certain piece or parcel of land
situated In tho city and county ot Los
Angeles, State of California, bounded
and described as follows:
All that certain piece or parcel of land
lying and beiug In the city, county and
Statu aforesaid, containing four acres,
more or less, being the same property
conveyed by J. VV. G. Smith and wife io
0.0, Hlgby oa March 18, ISlitf, and con
veyed by said C. 0. Hlgby to George W.
Dent, by deed dated Juue 25, ISU'J, and hy
said George W. Dent to James Gorman
by deed dated June 25, 1871, and by said
James Gorman conveyed by deed of
September 15, 1871, to Patrick Clifford,
relerouce being made to all the above
deeds for v muro particular description,
the descriptions lv each oI" said deeds
being made part of this description, to
gether with all and singular tho tene
ments, heratlthuuents aud appurte
nances thereto belonging or In any wise
Public notice U hereb/ given that on
KRIDAY, THE 15'.h DAY OK
NOVEMBER, A, D. 1678,
At 12 o'clock m., I will proceed to sell
at tbe Court House door, in tho city und
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auctiou to tho highest
and best bidder lor cash In U. S. gold
coin, to satisfy said decree for principal,
and Interest, costs and all accruing costs,
all Ilir above described real estate.
Given under my hand, at ihe city of
Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
Stato oi California, this 23d day ot Octo
ber, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
By James C. Kays. Deputy. ceJMtd
Byron Brown, PlainlifV, against Isaac M,
Leihy, Defendant,—Seventeenth jjjs
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
a decree of foreclosure and
order of sale entered In tbe
District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial District uf the state
of California, in and for tho county of Los
Augeles on the 28d day of September,
A. D. 1878, and a wilt on
foreclosure of mortgago entered lv
theuforesaid District *jourt, annexed to
said decree and dated tho llth day of
October, A. D. 1878, in tho abovo entitled
case and In favor of Byron Brown,
plaintiff, and against Isaac M. Leihy, de
fendant, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seal of said court on
the 9th day of October. A. D. 1878, and
to me delivered on the llth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1878, together with the writ
annexed thereto, whereby 1 am com
manded to sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, foi cash in U. S.
gold coin, the following and In said de
cree described real estate, to-wit:
All those certain tracts of land In the
Raucho Santiago de Santa Ana, In the
couuty of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, bounded and described as follows:
First—That tract of land assigned and
alloted to Raymunda Yorba by the final
decree in partition of said raucho in the
suit of Abel Steams et al vs Leonardo
Cotaet al, District Court, First Judicial
District, State of California, in and for
thecounty of Los Angeles, case No. 1102,
containiugonehuudied and forty-three
and 79*100 acres of land, which tract is
bounded and described as follows: North
by land assigned hy said decree to Sole
dad Poralta; west by land assigned to
Leonora Yorba de Rowland; south by
lands assigned Stafford and Tub tin , and
east by lauds assigned to Ynez Yorba de
Cota aud Flint and Bixby, excepting and
reserving from said tract about forty
acres iv the south portion thereof, hav
ing a frontage of 71 rods on south lino
and of equal depth, and a draft of twen
ty acres conveyed by 1. M. Leihy to
Ge:>rge H. Beach, by deed recorded In
Uie County ltecorder's office of Los An
geles county, California, iv book 42,
pago 4SiS deeds.
Second—An undivided onehilf of that
tract assigned and allotted to Ynez Yorba
de Cota by the final decree in partition
hereinbefore referred 10, containing one
hundred and sixty-eight and 66*100 acre's,
and bounded on the north by land al
lotted by said decree iv partition to Ra
mono Yorba: east and southeast by land
allotted to Flint and Bixby, and west by
lauds alloted to Raymunda Yorba and
hereinbeforo described, excepting and
reserving therefrom a tiact of five acres
couveyod by Isaac M. Leihy and Pact fie
N. Stamps to D. St pulveda by deed re
corded in book 58, pages et sea of
deeds, Couuty Reeordei's office of Los
Augeles county, California, leaving an
undivided oneHiaii of 168.06 acres of said
last described tract.
Public notico is hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THE Gth DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. IS7B,
At 12 o'clo n k if, I will proceed to soli, at
the court house door, iv the city and county
of Los Angeles, btate of California, at public
auction, to tbe highest and best bidder, for
cash in gola coin of the United Htstos, to
satisfy said decree for principal, interest,
attorneys' fees.cosis ana all accruing costs,
all the above described real estate.
Given under my hand at the oity and
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, this llth day of October, A. D. 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
By JAMES C. KAY'S, Deputy. olOtd
BLUE LIGHT MINING COMPANY.—
Location of works, Sunt a Rosa Mining
District, Los Angaioi couuf., , Cal.—Lo
cation or principal place of business
Los Angeles, Cal.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of t he Directors, held on the Iwenty
third i23d) day of September, 1878. an as
sessment, No. one (1), of thirty-Hvc (36)
cents per share was levied on the capital
stock ofthe corporation, payable Imme
diately in United mutes gold coin to the
Secretary,ut his office, No. iiity-flve (55)
Main street, Los Angeles city, Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on Saturday. the 2d
day ol November, 1878,wi1l be delinquent
and advertised for sale at pubic auction,
and, unless payment Is made before, will
be sold ou Monday, tho sixteenth (16th)
day of December, 1878, to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with costs ot
advertising and expenses of sale.
J. D. DUNLAP, Secretary.
Office—No. 53 Main street, Los Angeles,
Cal. 828 td
(Successor lo Chr*- Mentis) Proprietor.
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