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' I Solid Emery Vulcanite >V heels, A composition o( Rubber and Emory, mak ing a very hard and uniform substance of th* nature of stone throughout These wheels for grinding and polishing metals, gumming saws, etc., are the most econom ical and effective tools tbat can be used. 36 and 38 Park Row, New York. . JOHN B. CHEETF.fi. Treasurer. Prion lists and farther information mar be obtained by mail or otherwise, on applf ontton. MAYFIELD Water Elevator and Purifier. (A uud Purlfiei Combined.) PATENTED SEPTEMBER 2C. 18 a. THE MAYFIELD WATER EL EVATOR, will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET, PURR AND WHOLESOME, in ten days or leu time. It elevate, water easier than auy other devise. It never freezes. It never corrodes. It has no wooden tubes to taint the water. It fills the bucket at the bottom of the well or cistern. It agitates the water by pass ing six gallons of air through it per minute. It reduces Wiglers, Water Lice and Water Bugs to their proper elements. It will save its price once every year in dispensing with the nee of nanseoas drugs taken into the system to remove the effect of impure water.by rendering the wster pnre, sweet and wholesome. A child eight years old can, with ease, draw water sufficient for the use of a large amily out of a fifty-loot well. For further information, address BROWNING, POPE & CO. Indianapolis, Ind. STEEL AND IRON WIRE ROPES MADE BY THE Hazard Mannfacturiny: Company, WILEEB-BAHBE, PF.N N, For Mines, Inclined Planes, Mnspensiou Bridges, Wire Rope Tramways. Transmission of Power. Ship's Rigßing. etc.etc. This Company ha. the larßcat and most perleot rope-making machinery In the world. Capable of making ropes of any size, from a sash cord to ropes of sixty tons weight without a splice. Mom but th. Very Best Material Used. These ropes are used more generally than any others throughout tho ooal and mining regions. For prises, instructions on tho use of wire ropes and other information, address Hazard Manufacturing Co., •Wilkea-Harre. Fenn. i>r. Yung lee Sua, plaWsjiolan and sjargoon caVnCB—No. ISJCEURO ALLEY, Los 1 i TsssTiii n.l Offloe Bonn Irom y to 11 i. m75b4 from sto 71*. M. ie* OTJR OWN COLUMN, _ I DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The Leading Paper OK Southern California. Will devote Itseolumns to furthering the Interests of Los Angeies clly and county and Hie Southern portion of the State. It Is the Intention of the publisher o make THE HERALD Anewspaperol the day, complete lv all IH details, and In evsry department Full and Reliable The Editorial Columns win dlsens«aU live lories of the day. while the Telegrams, By arrangement, newly effected, win be the fullest and most exhaustive to bo found in any paper ol the State, not be ing "iirpassed by those of Ibe San Francisco dailies. Tlie Local Columns Win contain a complet* rename •) local happening too" all matters Ol home in terest. TBBMS DAILY HERALD, by mull, 1 year...|looo ~ ~ . Smooths... 600 ~ I months... -50 Delivered i» "te city »i 25 CENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD! — i »»a> i .... TBBMS: Weekly I year by mall 13 DO " 8 months M ' .. 3 " l» Payable invariably in advance Joseph O. Lynch, PUBLISHER. MEDICAL. , a OR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Arc nol advertised as "cure-alls," bat arespecidos In Ills diseases for which they are recommended 1 NATURAL SELECTION. 5 c Investigators of natural science bave J demonstrated beyond eonlrovery tbat J throughout the animal kingdom the ; "survival of the attest" Is the only law ! that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not the same principle govern tbe 1 commercial prosperity 01 man? An in- J ferior cannot supercede a superior aril- J cle. By reason of superior merit, Dr. J Pierces Standard Medicines have out rivaled all olhers. 'Ihelr sale in the United Htates alone exceeds one million 1 ,i,oinr„ par annum, while the amount ex ported "foots up to several buudred j thousands more. No business could grow to sucu gigantic proportions and rest up on any oilier ba.ls than thut oi merit. Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy ' Is Pleasant to use. Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy ' lis cures extend over a period or Twenty Years. Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy 1 Its "sale Constantly Inoreaaee, i Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy > C'nresTiy Us Mild, Soothing Ellecl. Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy ] lures '"old in Head" aud Catarrh,or ' Ozcena. _____ I AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS j FOR ITSELF. ! KOCKPORT, Mass., April 18T7. [ Mb. Ebitok:— Having read in your pa per reports of the remarkable cures ol ca tarrh. I am induced to tell " what I know , about catarrh." and I faucy the ■'snuff" and "lnnaling moe" makers (mere dol- j lar grabbers) would be glad if tney could , emblazon a similar cure lv the papers, i For 110 years 1 suffered with catarrh. Tho , nasal passages became completely closed. , "Snufl," "dust," "ashes," ••inhailng- j tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work, j though at intervals 1 would suit! up the , so-called catarrli snuff, until 1 became a , valuable tester lor such medicines. 1 , gradually grew worse, aud nl one can know bow much 1 suffered or what a miserable being I was. My head ached , over my eyes until 1 was counned io my bed tor many successive days, suffering the most intense pain, wnicu at one time . lasted continuously for 168 hours. All ' seuso oi smell and taste goJO, sight aud bearing Impaired, body snrunkou auu weakened nervous system sual lered and constitution broken, and 1 was i hawking aud spitting sovon-eightus ofthe i time. 1 prayed ior deatn to relieve me oi ( mv suffering. A lavorable notice in your ( paper ol Dr. Sage's catarrh Keniedy lv- ( iuced me to purchase a package and use | it who Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, whirl, < applies ihe remedy by hydrostatic pres- , sure, the only way compatible with com mon sense. Well. Mr. Kdiior, it did not < cure mo in three- ouiths of a secoud, nor , luouehour or mouth, but lv lesß thau i eight minutes 1 was relieved, aud in three mouths entirely cured, and nave remaineo so over sixteen moiiihs. While using lhe Catarrh remedy, 1 used Dr. Meroe's Ooldeii Medical Discovery to pu r:iy my biood and strengthen my stom ach. 1 also kept my liver acuva and bowels regular hy tho use of his rlcasuiu furgative I'eilels. li my experience wm Induce oiher sufferers io seek thesami tueanso. relief, this letter will have an swered its purpose. --tlir.tr tours ruiy, S. D. RF.MICK. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.—The fol. 1 lowing named parties aro among the thousands who nave oeen cured or ca- 1 lairh b> the use oi Dr. sage's catarrh Remedy: A F Downs, New Uoueva, Pa J D J Brown, Bt Joseph, Mo; X CLowlo, Rutland, Vt; Levi springer. Nettle Lake, Ohio; CliasNori.rop.N'lh cheslcrneld.Me; Milton Jones, senba, N V; J X Miller, Brldger Stawon, Wyo; J 0 Merrlman, Lo funsport, lud; M M Post, Logausporl, nu; J W Bailey ,'Tremont, Pa; H B Ay res, La Pone, lud; Jessie M sears, rl Brunch, Lud- L Williams, uanton. Missouri: W A Thayer, unarga, lit; 8 Is Nichols, Jr, Gal veston. Texus: Jonas F Reinerl. stones vllle, Pa: S W I.usk, McFarlaud, Wis, Johnson Williams, llelmick. Ohio: Mrs MACurry, Trenton, lean; JMJosiin Keene. N H; A J Caspar, Jable Kock. W Va: Louis Anders, unreport, Ohio; O II Chase, tlkbart. lud; Mrs ilenry Haiglil. San srancisco. Cal: Mrs fc. M Uallusba. Lawrcuccvllle. N V: W J Uraham. Adel, Iowa; A O smith, Newnau, lia; Chas fc. Rice, Baltimore. Md: Jesse M Sears. Car lisle, Ind: Dan'l ti Miller, Fl Wayne.md; Mrs Minnie Arnaise. Ml Delancy 81, New York; It W Hull, Hastiugs, Mich: Wm F Marslou, Lowell. Mass: 1 W Roberts, Maricopa, Arli; Chas s Delaney, riarrls burff, Pa; M C cole, !.owell. Mass; Mrs C J spiirtlu.Camdcn, Ala; Charles F liaw, Fredericktown. Ouio: Mrs Lucy Hunt ington, Farmlngton,lll; Capt X BSpauld lug, (Jamp Btamuaugh, Wyo; 1 W Tracy, Bleumboatßock.iowa; Mrs Lydia Walle. Sbnsnau. N V*; J M I'eck, Junction City, Mont; ilenry Ebe. Bautas, Cal: LB Cum- - miugs, Kantoul, 111: M n> Joucs. Charles ton Four Corners, N V'; Ueo F Hall, I'ueb lo.cai: Wm X liartrie. Slerllng, la; H ii Ebon. WS fenu si, Pittsburg, Pa: J R Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Ueury Zobilst, Oeueva, N V: Miss li at tie I'm- ' rott, Montgomery, uhio; I. Ledbrook, t Chatham, ill; S B McCoy, Nashporl, I Ohio; W W Warner. North Jackson Mich; Miss Mary A Wlnne. Darien. W is; JohnZeigler,Carlisle Bprlugs, la.; James Tompkins.Bt cioud. Minn: jtnoen puer. Pawnee City, Neb: Jos T Miller. Xeuia. Ohio; SBNichols. (julv. slou. Texus, H L Laird, Upper Alton, HI; Jolru Dajiv, Presooit, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Qraham, For est Grove, Ogn. Golden Medical Discovery Is alterative, or blood-cicauslug. Golden Medical Discovery Is Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholagogiie. or Liver Stimulant. . Golden Medical Dscovery Is Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of its alterative properties, oures Diseases ol the blood audhkin,a:» Xc ofula.or King's Evil; Tumors: Uloerw, or Uid Hores: Ulou:hos, dimples una Eruptions. By virtue oi lis fectorui proper. le« it cures Bmneb >al, Throat anil Lung utlect ions; incipient Consumption; Linnet vi'- Coughs, ana chronic Laryu*! lis. Its CboUgogiie properties, rende* il an unequal ruuitdy ior biliousness; Tor pid Liver, or •'LlverCompliuniand its Tonic properties make it equally ettlcu cious in curing lndiKestion, bOM ot Ap petite and Dyspepsia. Wuere tne sain is sallow and mvercd 1 with blotches and pimples, o: where ' there are scronilous, swelling* and attec- J tions, a few bottleß of (Joluen Medical 1 Discovery will effect an enure cure. D J you feel drowsy, debilitated, have uaiiow 1 color of i-k in or yellowlsh-biown spots on < face or body, irequeut neuuactie or dlssi* 1 ness, bad tai*te in mouth, internal heal < or chills alternated with hoirlusucß, low 1 spirit* anu gloomy forebodings, Irregular I appetite and tongue coated, you mo suf- J icNng from Torpid Liver or Biliousness 1 In many cases ot Liver Complaint, only 1 pari ol these symptoms aro wepermnced. I As a remedy for all such cases, Dr.l'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery has uoequul, ' as iteilects perfectcureß,leaving tlm liver strengthened and healthy. < THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT DR. it. V. PIERCE is the solo proprlfe- ' lor and manufacturer Of tho lore* <>ng ' remedies, all of which are sold by »inig gNt*. He Is also the author of the i eo ple'n Common Hen&e Medical Adviser, a work of nearly 1000 pages, with 282 *ood engravings i°nd colored plates. He haa already sold of this popular work j Over 100,000 Copies! i PRICE, (post-paid) : I : $1 SO ! Address: R. V. PIERCE, M. D., j World's Dispensary, Hufta!o,|N,Y. I mrs-sod-d4w-lr LEG A L. fIS .- -- — . ■ -j-t^t:-'gs— - Mortgage Sale. No. £031. Gaston Oxarart, Plaintiff, vs Francisco J i.->p:>'. Uatallna M de Lopez, bis wife, Georgo Cummiugs. Sacramemu Cummiugs, his wife, o. W. t;hllds, F. P. Kamlie. , .alguel Leouis, Joseph Le , Masne, A. F. Coronel, H. Newmark & - Co., Workmau Brothers, M. Norton, I. j Norton « Co., a. Repetto, Jeanne t ic ment, 4 Co.,J. M. , Grlfflth4Co.,Jud ou.GUiette&Smiih, , D Rlvara aud D. Rlvara, tiustee, De- , fondants, < Under and hy virtue of a decree of i foreelnsuie and order of sale entered in i the Districi Court of the 17 h Judicial Dislriclot tbeStateol California, In and for the county of Los Angeies, on the2iih j day of June, A. D. 1879, and a wilt ol execution for tho eniorcement of Judg ment requiring sale oi property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out ot the aforesaid District Court, annexed 1 to ssld decree, nnd dated the 23d day ol July, A. D. 1879, In the above entitled action and in favor or Gaston Oxarart, plainiill, and againsi Fr nclsco Lopez, * Catallna M de Lopez, his wtie, George CumwlnKSj Sacrainenta cummiugs, his wile, O W Child-, FP Ramirez, Miguel Leonls. Joseph Le Masna, A F Coronel, H Newmark & Co, Workman Bros, M Noriou, 1 Norton & Co, A Repetto, Jeanne Clement, Perry, Wood Worth & Co, J M Grillnh * Co, Judson, Gillette A Smith, D. Kivara aud I>. Rlvara, trustee, defendants, a certified copy of which sa.d decree of lore closure, duly attested under the seal of said Court ou Iho 23d day of July, A D. 1879, and delivered lo me,together with the writ annexed thereto on the sal i la*t mentioned day, whereby i am com manded to sell at public auction, to the hlgbefltand best bidder for cash. In 0 s. gold coin, ihe following and in said decree dcs ribed real estate, to-wit: AH those certain tracts of land situate In the city aud ouuty of Los Augeles, State of California, and particularly de scribed as ioilows, 10-wit: Commencing at tue common corner of Workman and Lopez, ou Lopez street, in said city, and running thence S M de grees Walong iho and oi Workman a 4 15 ohains; theuce N 18 degrees W 5.25 chains; t hence S SOdegt ' es W 2.37* halus; theuce N 8 deg.ees E 3.70 chains to the land ol sacrameu'o Cummi..gs; thence N 81 degrees E 21.62 chainsalo-g the land of said Cum ml i gs to apost onbauk; theneo N6l egieei E B 98chains to street; thence S 2\y 9 degrees E25 links along ■aidstreet; tnence s lis degiees E iL5a eh .Jus along Lope/, street, to place of bo ginning, containing 25 70-10-J a.res. Also, thai certain tiactcommei.clng at tl.e common corner of Cumnnngs and Lopez, on Aliso -Ireef, and running theneo 875 degree W ».50 eh tins; thonce S 77.*$ degrees VV 2 J. chums along the laud ol Cummiugs to (ho land of Cle ment; ihenee N ~?' 4 degrees W 6.70 chains along the laud of Clement to tue land or Lazzarovich; th-nee along Iho land of Lazzarovich N 70* defies X 5.72 chain-; thonce X 67 d"tf>ees r. n.Eo chains; thence N 69 degrees E 7 48Chains to Aliso s reel; thence along Aliflo streets 11% degrees < ti. 14 chans; thence S iii degrees E 2 36 chains to place of beginning, containing 15.88 acres. Public notice Is horeoy given that, on SATURDAY, the 16th DAY OF AUGUST, A. I). 1879, At 12 o'clock M. of said day. I will proceed to sell, at the court tlouso door, in the City and County of Los Angeles, «tate of California, at public auCffon to lhe high est aud best bidder for cash in united States gold coin, to satisfy said dcciee for principal and interest, attorney's fees, costs and all accruing costs, all the above descrined r< al eotate. iiiveu under mj hand, at the city and couutv of Lo4 Angeles. Stale of Califor nia, this the 23 day of July, A. D. 1879. H. M. MIfCaKLL, sheriff. By J. a KAYS. Deputy. Jy2ltd Notice to Creditors. IN THE PRORATE COURT, LOS AN GELES COUNTY. ESTATE OF A. PELANCONI, DEC'P. Notico Is hereby given by the under signed, Bzeeutrll ot the estate of Antonio Pelanconl, deceased, Io the cr ditors of and all persons having claims against the sa d decea-eu, to exhibit them with tho necessary vouchers within ton month! alter the first publication of this notico, 10 the said KxeoutriX, at her residence In Los Ange les city, or to her attorney, F. P Kami res,ai his office, In j tmple Klock,ln said ISABEL It. PELANCONI. Executrix of the last will aud testa ment of Antonio i elauconl, decease I, Los Angeles, June26th, 1879. |e26-5W Notice to Creditors. estate of h. m. hall, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by iho under signed, admlnlstratilx ol the estate of U M. B-i 11, do. eased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against tho said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouthers, within four months after the first publi cation of this notico, to the said adminis tr-*trix, at her residence, in Los Angeles city, or to her attorneys, Glassell, Smiih A smith, at their office in Temple Block, In said city. PAULINA BALL, Administratrix ol the Estate oi li. M. Bail, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles, Juno M, 1579. Je2s Certificate of Co-Partnership. Notice Is hereby given aud this is to certify that ihe uudeislgned have this day formed a partnership for the trans action of business tn this Slate; that the names of the persons lutoiested an part ners in suld business aud the names in lull of all the members ofsatd copartner ship aro Robert Bills nnd Charles J Clover; and that their place of residence isinthecltj and county ot Los Angeles, State of California, Dated July llth, 1879. ROBMIT BILLS. CHARLES J. GLOVER. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los Angeles I Ou this four.eeuth day of July, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine, before me, A W. Potts, Couuty ( Urk and ex-officlo Clerk of Ihe County Court in and fur said county, per sonally appeated Robert Bills and Charles J. Glover, knowu to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within Instrument, and acknowl edged to mo that they executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sot my hand ano affixed the seal, ol said uomt, at my office, in the said county ol f os Angeles, the day and year in this cer tificate first auove written. t-eal.] A. W. POTTS, County Clerk and ex-officlo Clerk of said i ounty Court jyls 4w By A. NORTON, Deputy. lii the County Court Of Loa Aiifirelea County, State of Culiforuia. EUGENE GERMAIN VS. Ills CRED ITORS. Pursuant to au order of the Hon. Henry M. Will s, Presiding Judge of the said County Courtof LosAngehs county, no tice is hereby given to all iho creditor of the nald Insolvent, Kugeue G< rmain, to be and appear before the said Judge, In upou court, at ihe court room ul said Court, at the Court House, In the efts Miid county of Los Angeles, on s»atur day.the 16tn day of August. A.D 1879. at 10 o'clock a. ti. of thut day, iheu aud there to show cause, If auy they ran, why the piayerof said Insolvent should not be granted, aud an asslgnmentof his estate bo mado, and he be discharged from his debts and liabilities, in uisuance of the statute in such ca-o made and provided. And In ih" mean time all proceedings against said Insolvent be stayed. Witness, my hand and the seal of sild Court, this i4th day of mly, A. D. 1879 (seal. | A. W. POTTS. Clerk J. A. GRAVES, Attorney for Petitioner. Jylstd tTwhom this may concern. Tako notico that ou the 12(h day of July, A. D. 1879, a seizure was made oi the following dcs r bed merchandise, etc., the same being th* property of Henry Ferdinand Isert: 65 pounds leal toboccn; 492ioi«ars; 1 cigar press with lo moulds; 19 cigar boxes. Place of seizure, 13.San Pedro street, cltvof Los Angeles, Grounds ofstlKure, willful vlolailou ol NectlonB4sB of the Rev! set s-tututes ofthe United States. Any person or parsons claiming the above goods are required to appear before me within thirty days from tbe date of the first publication of thlsno lee. .L A. KJCi LV, jvl7-3w Deputy Oolleotor. LEGAL. MASTER S SALE. In the Circuit Court of Ilia United States. Ninth Circuit, lv and ior the Districtof California CAMILO MARTIN, Complainant, vs. WILLI AM TEMPLE, Administrator with the will annexed of the o*l*l6 01 WILLIAM WORKMAN, deceased, ot nl., Defendants. In pursuance of a decree of said Circuit t-ourt, entered in the abovo entitled cause on t in; Ulh day of February, 1879, whereby 1, the undersigned, Master in Chancery of said Court , was authorized aud directed to mako. conduct him carry out the sale ot tbe property herein after des-ribed. Notice Is hereby given that on SATURDAY, the 20th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, IS7», At 3 O'clock P. M. of that day, at the uoor of to* Court flottiO, in the city ol* Los Angeies, in tho county of Los Ange les, in said district, I shall sell at puollc auction, lo tho highest bidder, fur e-ish in gold coin of the United states, In s paraie parcels,a-, heieluafiertlescribed the following described property, or so much thereof as shall bo > ecessary lo pay com plain anl the amount due under sahi decree, with lutero-' and costs and ac ciulLg costs, c cept theuoriions thereof hereinafter particularly "mentioned and described, Uie said property being situ ated In the couuty of Los Angeles, staio of California, di-trtct aioro*ald, and par ticularly bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: First—All that piece of land situated in tho couuty 01 os kno<vu and described in the public suiveys ol the United States of America as ihe suiuh ball ofthe - uthwest quarter ol section seventeen W) in lowusutp two (2), south range ihlrtee'ii il3), wosi San bernardino base and meridian, containing 80 acres, more or less. second—A i: that tract of laud situated in the county of Los Augeles known as tho "Kancho Polrero Grande," bounded and described in the patent for tho same Issued by the United suites Government to Juan JVL dated July 19, iB6O recorded iv Book 1 ol Patents, on page 1 und following, r.oeords ot the County oi Los AugelcN, to which, and to the sin ve> of the United states surveyor-General and tie Itl notes therein contained, refer ence is hereby made for a more particu lar description thereof, saving and ex cepting from the operation of said decree 10 much thereof IM il contained and do scribed in a certain deed made by Wil liam Workman to Margerua Workman ue Temple, dated October 2d, 1862; record ed uciobcr 3d, IBti2, In book 5, page 684, Kecords ot Los Angela* county. Thud—All that iract of laud situated in the county of Los Angeies, being m portion of tbo "Uancho La Puente" and being that portion conveyed to William Woiamau by John Kowland Sr., by a deed of partit ion dated June 28d, 18ti8, re corded June 25ih, !80s, in book lOoi deeds, pagd3H, iveco ds of Los Angeles couniy, saving aud excepting therefrom all iho-c port!.<ns iheieof described and conveyed in and by me following deeds: r-irst—A ueed irom William Workman to Afarga rot. Workman de Temple, dtttfd Maivh 6.h,1»b8 rec rded Marchsth,; 1808, in book 11 o. deed-, page 323. second—a de< v from W U hum Workman to Freder.ck Lam bourn, dated September 10th, iB7O, and recoidod Septeujber 17lh. 1870, in book 15 of deeds, page 480. Thlrd-A oeou from William Workman and l eregrine Fltz liugh to E t-> beale and Ito. erf « llukor, da'.ed April Ist, 187 i!, and recorded Aprl. 2d, 1872, iv hook 20 of deeds, pagO 6;. Fou.Lh—a deed from William Workman io Joseph W Workmau, dated October ilth, 1870, anil recorded March 27th. 1873, in book 21 ot doods, page 275. tilth—a deed irom William Workman to the southern Pacific Kailroad Company, dated AUgUflt HUtu, 1573, "nd recorded No vember 201 v, 1873, in book 37 of deeds, page 123. And sixth—a deed from Wil liam to oik man to tba southern laciUc Kailroad Company dated April Bib, 1874, and ic. oided May 4th, ia74, in book 20 ul deeds, page 317, all In Records of Los An geles couuty, which said tia»:t - alter e* copt.ng the portions referred to in tne sis deeds lasi above-meniioned.lsbound ed and described as follows: De<n<n.ng at a point in the centro of the old bed id tho i IV< r San Gabriel on the south side of the road irom Los Angeles to Han Her nardtnoi lv au irregular mound of rock from vvnioh a miluw tree 7 luches lv d. ameter bears h 72H degrees W -Istant 98. links; thence accordl g to the ti..erae ii. Lan (ihe magnetic vailation b.-Jn« 13 degBo minutes east) along the extoiioi bOUOuaryOi said uancho La Puente. Uk curves ed and patented by the United -tales, a * follows * N 32 deg tk I3chams ftd links to a willow 0 t .dies in ulametor, marsed sifl. 2; ihenco NUH degrees 45 chHlns; thoooe > 11 deg E 09 chaius io station 4, to a rock 11 Incites j m:^, inrtn--, Wide aud (i inches thiCK ; ihenee N 76deg ".248 chains to a Sicamoro 24 incurs in diameter, about one ouain loath ofthe road loading lo ban Kernardino und maiked station 5; thence along the parti tion Tine deicrlbed in said deed of purti tlon between William Workman and John Kowland, sr, s 4 deg W 40 chains to the northeast corner oi the 40 aero tract of said r r.dorick La in bourn; thence along said trait j> 8»> deg W 20 chains; H 1 net; W 20 chains] aud S 80 degroes E 20 chains baoa tosald partition lint ; thence along said partition lino usiollows: s 4 dflg W 38 chains 82 links to a stake flkflt SMOhaittfl, to astake in mound in ravine, from which stake the northern one oi a group of three syeamoi en on the southern cdß.e of a Kill i y or wash, all of about thir ty Inches diameter, Dears S H> deg W* dis tant 401 links, antl the southern ono oi said gtOttp bears S 83 deg W distant 418 links; tho middle one of said group not being visiolo irom the said stake; thence over iho san Jose Hills S 22 degrees E 100 chains and 6u links to tho northeast coi - ncr of the uaotof laud conveyed by Wil liam Workman und Peregrine Fltzhngh to E S Beale and Robert s Baker; thence ah .ng the northern boundary line of said Beale and Baker tract, as fbi loWfl! 8 88deg W 47 cbains 97 links to a stake marked P FltChUgh and William Workman,on top of a largo hill; theneo B 33 dog W 40 chains and 50 links to a stake in mound ol stone marked " 1* Fit z hugh and W Woi kmau," close arroyo; IhenceNoO.'-i deg W t3 chains and 51 links to a big pileot rocks on lop ol a hill, marked 'P F & W W;" thence S K7% deg W 15 chains and 80 links, io a stakoiuarked "P haw VV," witu mouud and pits, posted on summit ol a nigh and nteep hill; thence S 50% deg W45 chaius IS|) links to a big pile ot rocks maiked on the northern side 41 *v W" and on ,tbe southern side "P F;" thence S 5.7 deg W22 chains to a stake marked "p X A W W," ou the summltol a high hill, with mound and nits; hence 565 deg *V 45 chaius 95 links to a sLako maiked ''P F* vV W," with pits in a mound; tnence N 74 d*» ■ W 75.-halos to astake marked "PFl'zhughdi to Work man," on top of a hl<l; thence s 0» deg W .2 chains lo a pom. In aaid parMLion line; theuce a oug said pariiiion line as fol .OWfll N2B deg W2O chains tostatlonll, ai a stump of nve pronus of au elder tree .n ihe center oi an arroyo, surrounded by <!acius pu ches; thonce over iho plain N >4Vi degrees W 1.8 chaius to a state in a mo md; thence S 4 deg W 105 chainb 8U links to a stake in mound at the loot oi tho western p.nnt of iho Sau Jose Hill*, from which stake iho house of WiHNm Workman bear* h d. g W and s 00% leg W ; the cnapol beais s 51 deg W; the mill of J hu Kowland bears H 7 deg t, an ' his house bears s 19% deg W; theuce S 22% deg W 48 chains 67 links to the northern end of the division (once be tween the end inures oi Woikman and R iwiaud; theneo along said fence * 2i deg vv/ 8 chains 50 liuks to au off ot in fence on the south hank oi an arroyo; thonce N 68d g W 21 linkß locorner <n fence; thence s 22 deg W 19 chains ft links to Ihe center of Han creek; theuce along the channel oi said creok a UK deg W 7 chains; S 81 deg VV 2 ehsln-; H iOH dog W 2chains 50 links: N 61 deg W2ch tinsso link-: Nl3 dog W Bobain»| N 6U W 2 chains; N 7> dog W 2 cnaln 6hl nks; N Sodotf W I chain 50 liuks; .\ "»] \ dog W 9 chains SS links to sLatlon M whence the southeast come- of Work man'*-Chapel be r N 20 dog W: N 71 de* A 3 Chains 50 links; N 81 do* W 8 chums 50 links; N 4udeg W 8 < halus fin links; N 48 deg W 2 cbains CO links; N 74MdfN vV 5 chaius, to station 44 in said c ck, from wh.eh the leno •on tho wost ide of Rowland's wheat Hold ranges s 11 d'g W, N 85 decrees W 4oh tins; N 77k dog W 2 chains CO links; N 5n deg W 3 cualns 6 links; N 77?< deg W 4 ebainn tostailou 48 insaldcieok; N ! >>•-•. tleg W 2 chains n; links io siailou 49 in said creek; thenct l«avo creek aud run In lhe direciion • f the Sugar-Loaf Hill s 16 deg W 9"> Units to rtiatl- n 40; H 15 deg W 184 chains to 'he end ot said partiilou Hue, being a polut in course twemy-tour (24) of Lhe southern exterior boundary of said Rancho La Puent ; thencealong tbe exterior bound ary of suld rancho as surveyed and paL ontented by the Unhed states a- folio *s: N 0tt ;l 4 de* W li'schalns2s links to station 25 oi said ranoho, to a charred stale in mound; thonce N 84 deg W 100 chains to nn inn 2 , to post In mound; I" ence N -5 deg W 107 ohains to s atlou 27, In the ti ntre of the hlvor Bhii Gaoiiet; at 63 chains on this course leaves hill-*, audio a polnl opposhe tho dam ol LheSanJo.»e -rook, agreed upon as a p«dnt in line be tween the Rancbos La Pututennd sun llartolo, at a rook 2 foet 15 niche wide and 12 inches ihlck,on Hue; at 61 ehalns erosHes san Jose Creek ut > ho dam or iniuu, 14 links wide, course H 85 dog W, at 105.50 chains to left bank ofthe River San Gabriel, to a mck 14 Inches long, 10 nohes wide and 8 inches thick, on line, •ora wltnem to said station 27; tl.ence along tbe centre of the Klver Han Gabriel up stream as follows: N 20% degrees X 5 chains; N Bandog E 6 ohains; N deg E 5 chains; « 25deg W 7 ohains; N ft dog LEGAL, R7chaiiis(at 3 oualns 75 links Intersects the south bouud.ryof tow. ship 1. south of the base line of range li wost ofthe wan Bernardino meridian, 14 chaius 60 links west of }\ section corner on the south I boundary of section 83) N4O!-£degi'eea El 2 | chains, N ITU nog E 7 chains: N 10 deg W Schalus; IS 9% deg E 6 chains; N 42S dots bj 3 chains; s wfc deg X 12 chains; jN degE7ehains; s 77% ueg E 5 chums; s I 77*6 deg nHchalns; N t.iy, de. E 4 chains; J S4BdngK4chains; s08!i j OK £fl chains; awJ J 4degf.6ciiain,,; SB6* deg E lo chains, I a 79 deg EOehams; i> nl deg h. 6 chains; I N 09)4 deg E D chains; N tlm degrees E H < chains; HS % deg E 3 chuma 60 links; N (W>fi ueg t.3 chains; N 044 deg E Schaius; f A SlHi deg E S chains: N w)i deg X ti i chains; s NU ueg E 6on tins; . z7>* deg E j ilchalns; N ueg E 8 chains; r\3oV£deg ] 0 chains; JN 43 deg E 13 chains; JN by A deg E i 3 chums; N 30i* decrees I w 3 chains 5o links; N ;s4k deg W II chums; N 04£deg,E Id chains, and N i dCX, X 2/chains, more or . s, io the I most wes»orly point lv tho t. i'Lol laud ( conveyed by William Workman lo ( Joseph w. Workman aforesai i; thence < along Lhe exterior boundrlcs o/ suid tract, I and leaving iho exterior boundaries :»f i said Hancho "La Pueute," usiollows: S o3>(iueg, E 120 chains and 95 links; thence - M 384 deg, E 77 chains and 76 llnkslo sta- ( tloii Ul ibeuco N W ischuins and 1 9u links to station 13; thence Nlsd> g. E I Zl chains to station 14; ihenee N 75 deg. 1 W 57 ehalns and 73 lloks to station one, a j polut on the eastern bank of a branch of ihe rlv--r san Gabriel, and distant 168 < uhalas and 68 link* s..uth, and lOOcbniiis i and 46 links west from th sycamore tree, I station live (s;of tue exterior boundary oi i the tioverninent survey oi said Kancho "L*a Pucuil;" thence along fluid brauch deg, W 1-1 chums to station 2; thence j e.;i deg, W7 chaius a .d 50 liuks to station 3; thence Sol 1 , dog, W lichainsaud 60 liuks to station 4; tnenco 8 71m deg, vv 17 chains tostutlou 6; theuce s 83Jideg, VV 7 cnuins to sta l<>n tt; ihenccatoug the cast buuk of the river sun Gabriel, a 10,% ueg, VV 1* eh,: n- to siailon 7; thence '» • 3iH ,e St VV 0 chains io s aiiou »; luence s 50> a deg, W 5 chains to station 9; thence lm.i the river bed, N7sde*, VV 20 chal h und io liuks io station 10, bidug tht- mosi westerly corner of saidjose.-h vv. Work man's nac , ttnd a point on theexierior tine of said Kancho pueute," bear ing N 40% deg, E27 hams, moreorless, fiom the end of ibettid courso o sala Kan- > cho. Thence alou the exierior line ol - said Ka. cho, iN 40 1 , dog, E 0 chains, moruor less, to me iriet.ular mound oi rock aforementioned, being thepiaceof beginning HaViNU and excepting from the auove a cerLain tiacti.i lunu convoyed b> William Wm Unian to Martmrolflto ork uian de Temple, dated Muroh sth. lsos. recorded March sth, lisoB In book 1) ol deeds, page tmt, and rounded and de scribed as loilows: at the mouth oi the mill race, where It fs taken out of the creek oi water that runs over | anu through tho i'uente Kaucho, Los An geles county, and wh eh said mill rato supplies the mIL oi William Woikman, lately unlit in and upon the i'uente Kan cho; theuce Bout.hwos.erly, down tho bed tif said cioek to -aid mill, and on in con- Liuuution down said oed, tho ulstance of > 0 ethousaud (l.OtO.) yards below tne saM initl; thence uurtliwesterly, out Irom i said creek, ono tbousnnd (i.ooot yards; thence iiorLhoasterly and parallel tocaid creek. to a poiUL in front of the mouth oi the 8' hi mill race; thencesouiherly down < to the creek uuu nioui hot milt nice aiore sHid.buLht- contents more or less. .Sav ing ani> fXCEPTiNG, alflu, a Ceria.n tract 01 lauu coveycu by vV iiiiauu Worrttnau to theBoii'nom Pacific Hallroau Company, i by a ueed dated August 2diu, 1873, and re cordc'i in book 27 ul detds, page !*.,*(, uiid t itcscitbetj a-* ioilows: a strip ur tract of . iaud, one hundred (MO) feet wide, lying i equally on each side ot ihe located line i (tithe cijutheru Pacific Kailioad Com- i pauy's railroad, where the same Is locu- i ted througu ihetraciorsubdivision oi the "La Puente tvancho," iho county ot Los a ngeles. rS'»to of California, and well known as iho '"Woikman i ract," and be ing more particularly described as loi« lows, tO*Wll>l Commencing ior tne same ! at a point ou the cenire line ofthe -outn ern faCiflc Kailroad, where said conire Hue iuiersects tne northwestern line of >aid Workman Tract at the ciossingof the MU> Uauriel liver, anu irn tndtiat. I> ' nwrtn oiconuty road; nnd runnlugthence easterly, along said cenire MuOuf eani .MiututTU Paciilc Kailroad, near to said county roadi and entirely hrOttghaatd Workmau ir-.utto ihceaNiern boundary line Lheieoi.at a point north of ihe beu ol -an Jose Creek, embi acinic us rip of land Bjj y (5o) <et t wide on eae.i side d Centre line, for a distance of t vent i thou sand (»0,0.uj leet, mur« or less,contain ing an urea oi forty-six and two-ieii hs 14(12-10) acies, more or less. Having and KXCXFTIkG, also, all that tract ul laud 1 oouveydd by WUUam Workman to iho ' .Southern pacific Knilioad Company by a ■ certaiu deed djted April Bth, Jb74, record td Ma> 4ih, 18.4, in book 29 oi deed-, pane3!7, Keo -ids ot L<-s Angeies county, utid desc ihed us follows: a 1) thai, cer tain lot, piece or pan el of land ■ lying and being in .-aid county ol Los An- I gHes, and bounded and particularly tic- 1 scribed afl loilows, to-wit: Commencing at aslaUoJN 7(1 deg 48 minutos, e_ 2141 fot i ■ from ihe northwest corner of brick 1 church; theucn JN' 43 deg23 mm E 530 feet toastake; tnence » 4lideg 37 mm E 3J7J-.; feet to a . lake; .hence s 22 deg 20 mm, W 574 leet to a fltake; theuce N 40 deg 3; mm W oo2>|j f. cl io tho point of begin ning, 001 Mining (exclusive of the right of way 100 iceL wide extending through the biunc) rive nero> of land, moroor l£>3s, being a portion of tho La Puente Kancho. The total area of the tiael herein desig nated and described us "Thud," after ex cepting thosetcral portions mentioned andd*.scribed in - he six doodfl lastabovc referred to, \a 17,907 acies, be lhe same more or less, i ouhTH—All that tract ot land situated in the county ot Los Angeltis known as the ltaneho 'de Felipe Lugo,' or 'Dolores,' gn.nied April 18th, 1845, by FloPieoto Tecdoro Kemt ro and Moriilo, aud containing 2012 81-lOi a. res moie ut less, whose Uile was confirmed by tho United ->t >tes ljand Commissioners Udober lSih, 1853. 'Jo tbo papers in the case be.ore that tribunal, nnd held notes of surveys in tho office of the United States Surveyor-General in Han Francisco, rt fereuce is hereby made tor a more particular description, saving and excepting therefrom all the Interest therein owned or li-id by tlie defendant Margarita Workman de Ttmple at the i ■ me oi ilie execution of i lie luorigago in ill bill of complaint heroin all ged, which Intorest so excepted Is herubv re served from Ihe opeiation of the decree herein. Fimii—AU that tract of laud situated in the couuiy of Los Angeles, known as the Kaucho 'La JVlerced,' ior v\ hlch a pa tont was issued by the U> ited .-laics Government lo F. P. F. Tcrapie und Juan M. Sanchez, d>ited Febrtiur.v 13th, 1872 to winch, and to the plat and fieid no es of survey ther. In cou allied ro eivnce Is hereby mado for a more p .nlcuiMr de iorip lon.conla 75 100 acres. hixtu—Also, all ihat piece, parcel or lot of land situated lv the Coy oi Lo> Angeies, bounded and described as M litWfli Couiinencingon ihe northwesterly line oi Spr ng stieet, at a poiuf where tno same Is intersect* d by th sou> berly Hue iit land of liamllion; run thence north 20H deg west, 145 foet aiul9 lnciies: theneo soui hc'BJ/i deg wesi, along ( he -outheasler ly liueol New High street, 230 foot and i 0 inches; th-nc s«.uiheaster.y 187 leet to ihe northwesterly llueot Spring Sireet: and thence alunt; Kaid line of Spring street, 240 feet ud 9 Inchon to iho point of commenc> tuent. Any «ii th- parties lo tho foregoing en titled suit may become purchasers at any such sale. Dated ai Bull Francisco, July 10, 1579. L> H. K. HAW YFK, td Master in Chancery, Administrator's Sale. In pursuanen of un order of the Probate Court of Los Angeles canity, mado on the ifith day of June, 87i', In the inattei t thu estate of Ptdio lMuriu, decca>ed, tho un.ierstgnod atlinmlsirati lx of sahi sta c, will -ill at prlvaie sal«, to tin hi,liest bidder tor cash In gold coin o the tioverninent ofthe United states and -üb,| ct to conflrmHtion bj saul Probate ourt, on or after WEDNESDAY, the 4«l DAY OF JULY, i 1679, all the parsonai proporty of said es tate, consisting of a oul 10,000 sheep and some sboep corrals, and a tuovenlilo house and ono wagon nnd four horses Terms of tho sulo--Ca-.li. Ehds may he mado ut any i Ime afterthe flr-tpuhlica tion ol litis uoUee and hrfore tho making of lhe saie. All bids or oilers must be in writing ami left at thu olllce of (ilasaell, Smii h A smith, at torneys at law, Temple tf'tics, Los luelestoty, or delivered to tho undersigned personally. Dated June 10,1879. JU4NA PILARS A i Admlnlstralrlx oi iho Estate of Pedro PI aria, d< coas. d. Jel7 , Notice to Creditors. ESTATR OP LYDIA WEST, , DeccaseiJ. Pursuant (o an order ol the Probate j Courtof Los Augeles county, notico Is ' hereby given to al pt MOM having 1 c aims agalnNt the said deceased, to ex hibit, and present lhn bhiiio, with the 1 necessary voucheis, to Ihe undersigned. • ndiuDilstriitor of said ertate, at his office j andplncoof huslmss, In the lurnllnrc • stor.-of Doner A llrudley, No 82 Malu ■ street. Los Angeles city, Htato or Calllor- 1 niH, aecordlugio law, within fourmonths aiter the first publlcatlo-' of this notice. Los Angeles, April 16, 1879. ISAAC W. LORD, I Administrator of the estate of Lydla i West, deceased. alB-4w 1 LEUAL. SUMMOISH. IN the District Court of the Seventeeth ■ Judicial Ulstriot ofthe state of Cali fornia,tn and for tne county of Los An « geles. Henry Cowell, Plaintiff, vi. A. It. Me- ! servo and others, Defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the 17th Judicial District of the .state of California, in and for the 'Jounty of Dos Angeles, and tho Complaint filed in said city nnd county of Los Angoles,ld the olflce of Iho Clerk of said District ( Court. ' The people of the State of California send greeting to Alvln R Meserve. Syd ney Worby, hj. h*. HUM, Knhnrt Caihcart, • Arthur J. Hui.-hiu.-oii, L. Rrosseau, WillUm Q. Halstoud, Henry K. W. Hem, Sarah Hotter, Ralph Leonard, William 3 Riley, defendants: You arc hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the abovo named plaintiff In the Distrlci < Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Distrtcl of the state oi Calhornia, In aud fortlu couniy of Los Angeles, and to answei I the complaint, filed therein, within ton days (exclusive of the day of ' aiiertnu service on you of this summons —11 served within this county; or. ll served outoi tills county, but In this district, within twonfy days ; otherwise, within forty days—or Judgment by default will ho taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said uction is brougJit to obtain ; decree of this Court tor tho roreelo-ure of a certain mortgage described in tbe suld complaint and oxe cmed hy the mud defendant A ft, Meserve to Los Angeles Count> Hank on trie twenty eighth day oi Jauu nry, A, D 1875, to secure the payment o ' a certain promissory note mane by ttu I -aid defendant A. R. Mt-nerveon the day ! and year last ivfore-ald for tho sum o ' JliOO, puyabio six months lifter date ti Lorn Angeles Couniy Hank or order, witi. * Intercut from date at the rate of one hui one quarter per cent, per month, pnya ble monthly lv advance, nnd compound lug ■Mid iii rest monthly at tue aam* iam and pa>able It gold roln of tbo Cult- 1 ea flutes, and by said l.os Angeiea conn ty Bank duly assigned to plaintiff; thai tue premises conveyed by said mortgage may be ttoid und the proceeds applied to th - payment of the sum ot $i Ou (ha ance - of said note of $1000,, with intercut ihere oa from Apiil 21,18-7, at the rate of one and one-quarter per con per month, payable monthly in nt! i >o, and com- i pounding said Intercut monthly at th same rato; also, for 8421 7.1100, for so much money paid lor iaxes and redemption 01 mortgaged preinlr.es from tax sale, witli interest thereon irom Ft hrunry 0, 18<9, at two percent per month; at-o, live pn , cent, on whole amount due for counsel fees, as provided in sahi mortgage; aiso, . for costs and expenses of suit, Ac, alt in j gold coin ol iheUnlted Stales of America, j and lv case such proceeds are not sutll , cieut to pay the sunie, Ihen to oh am an , execution against said delendnnt A H j Meserve for tho baianco remaining due ■ltd also that tho sa d do.endants and < al persons claiming by, thro null or un | der them or cli her of them may be bat- | red unit foieelosed of all right, title, , claim, lieu,equity of redemption and in , ic.cst in and to said inoitgaged premises and lor other nnd further relief, as wtl more fully appear by reference to tho complaint on tilt* heroin And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear una aftpwer the said com plaint as above required, the said plain fiff will apply to the court for the relle) demanded lv the said coniDlalnt. Uiven under ray band artd the seal of the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Districtof the State of California, in und for the couuty of Los Angeles this e.eventh day of June, in the ye*.r oi our Lo.-d, one thousand eight hundred ' and seventy-nine. [MMU oi seventeenth District Court.) ' A. W. POTTS.CIerk. Bf D M. ADAMS, 'eputyCierk. JOeiAU H. APPLEOATK, Plaintiff's f At'oruey, JNo. Montgomery street, * San Francisco. j 7 2m * IM THE PROBATE COURT Oi tht* County of I.os Angeles, State of California. tn tin 1 matter r*t tbo eslate of Curmen Pana do Charles, deceased. t NOTICE FOR POSTING OF APPLICA TION FJU LETTERS OF aPMIN- \ IST RATION. Notice is hereby given that Henri Clianes has filed with th» Clerk of Chi* Uourt a petition, pruning for letters ies - aiuentary of th« estate of Carmen pßtns do Charles, deceased, nud that Monday J the 21st day of July, A. D. IB7H, nt h o'clock a, m. of said day, being a day of a ' n gular term of thlsCourt, to-wit,o' the I July term, A. D l«7tt, at the court-room > ol this I<nr , m in- Court House-, In Ih. 1 city of Los Angfje-*, has been set lor ' heariuje Siiid petition* when and wberc any person interested may appear ami < show cause way the petition should not lie grained. 1 Dated Monday, July 7th, 18Ti». A. W. POTTS. Clerk. 1 By QRII FIN JOHNSTON, Deputy Clerk. I jyStd Delinquent Sale. POMONA ORCHARD CO.-Location ©f : principal place of business, Los Angles, i Cal. 1 NOTICE. Tliere are dellnque.it upon the follow- 1 ing described stock, on account ol assess ment levied on tlie (fth day ol June, lb7t', the several amounts set opposite the names of the respect ive shareholders, as follows: I No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares, A int. L M Holt fit* and 68 1 ttio A S spence ;si> 1 .10 S D Matlleld 4 1 31- James Matfleld 2 1 ft U t£ ShHttuck I!» 2 00 J X McComas GS » 1 » a ndrew Showers... .2d 1 0 V Ponet 01 1 "o 1 A Dnnsmoor 2S 1 30 X L>ithrop ««1 30 Arthur Heimau 09 1 3' j And In ficcordance with law, and an or der ol tho Hoard of Ltr*-ciors, made 01 tho t»lxih day or Juue, 187U, st many shares ofeach parcel of sucu stool as may be necessary will be sold at pub lio auction, at the office of th* company, No. 5 Odd Fellows' block, Lo Angoles, Cal., on WkhnEhDAY, Mm 301 h day of July, 1879. at 2 o'clock P. M.,to 1 i>ay \ delinquent assessment, togetnei withcostsof advertising aud expenses 01 sale. By order ol the Hoard of Directors. FRANK B. F VNNLNG, Secretary. Office-No. 5 Odd Fellows' Block, Julj 12(h.1879. jyl3-td , SUMMONS. IN tho District Court of the I Judicial Districtof the S'.ite of Califor nia, in and for thecounty of Los Angoles. Jothom Blxby, Pialjiifl", vs. Alfi\u Jones. Defeuduut. Action brought In the District Court o tho Seventeenth Judicial District of tin ' State of Caltlornla, In aud for the County of Los Angeles,and the complaint filer 1 in said County 01 Los Angeles, In th< office, d tho Clerk of said District Court 1 The People of tbo State of California, send greetln* to Alfred Jones, Defendant You are here vr retjulred to appear ti. an action brought air-lust you by th abovo named Plnintiff In the 1 istrlct ' Court of the Seventeenth Jndlclal Dis 1 tricttif the Slate 01 California, in and fu« ' the Couuty of Los Angeles, and to an swerthe complaint flied therein, within 1 ton days (exclusive ofthe day ol sorvl ci aftoi the service ou you of thlssummons 1 —ifso'-wd within this countyjor.lfservfii out of this county, but in this District within twenty days; otherwise, wltn in forty days —or Judgment by de 1 fault will be taken against you accord ml : to the prayer of said complaint. The said action >s brought to obtairj Judgment for ihe sum of *75t and Internal allfrg-d to be due by nefendant tt) th* 1 plainiill, as loilows: I lei) with intoresi iittheiato ot one nor cent, per month ' froui June Ist, 1878 due on a certain prom Issory note made.executed and delivered by do ei.dunt to plaintiff on June 15t,1878, and $S8 witu luierest at the rate or cl K ht por cent. \» v annum from January 2f>, 1879, balance duitou a certain prumisaory uotn tor BI7D executed hy defe d nt li lavoroifieo. W. Parlmon January 26tb, IN7B, and by sai l Parlin assigned to plaintiff ; aud 5270G1-10U with legal inter est from .Turn 2d 1879, amount duo one J. W. Blxby by defendant on open account tor services ren ered and moneys paid < out, and by said J W, Blxby duly a*- ► signed to plaintiff, and for costs of suit. Reference Is had to complaint for partlc* ulars. And you aro hereby notified that if you fail o appear and answer the said com plaint aa above required, thesald plaintiff _ w 1 your default to bo entered and l take Judgment for said sum of seven J hundred and fllty-four and 11-100 and in ler«-nt tn aforesaid and costs ot suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of Ca Ifornla, In and for the county of I .os Angoles, this ( 20th day of July, In the year ot our Lord, 0110 thousand eight hundred and fieventy<nine. fSeal.j r A. V. POTTS, Clork. By A. RIMPAU, Deputy Clerk. |y29-2m 11 Mtto"s77 W VtCKERY, Anguata Maine. sept2wl LEGAL. NOTICE. I hmothis Jay disposed of all my In terest in the firm of H. NEWMARK * CO. to Harris Newmark, Kaspare Colin aud Morris A. Newmark, tup remaining members thereol, who will continue th.' bus.ne.is under the same name and style. MEYER J. NEWMARK. r.os Augeles, July IBtb,is7>). Certificate of Partnership OF mi FIKII OF 11. NEWMABIi & CO.. Doing business in the eliy of baa Ange les, county of I,os Angeles, Htate 01 CnlJ'ornla: We, the undersigned persons, hereby certify that Ihe above described partner •*lilp la compo-ed ofthe following per so, a, and no others, whose names nnd places of residence are us follows, to wit •. Name. Residence. Harris Newmark I,os Angele* Kaspare Colin 1.08 Angeles Morris A. iNewmark I,os Auaeles Id witness whereof, we have hereunto .ftlxed our hand-, and seals, ihis eight eenth duyoiJulv ym, HAkRIS NEW.vIARK. (Seal.l KAS HAKE COHN. Ncal.l MOHHIM A. NEWMARK. (Seal.l STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los Angeles. ) ""■ On this eighteenth day of July, lv the ear eighteen hundred and sereuty-nlne. before me, J. J. Warner, a Notary Public, personally appearod Harris Newmatk. K,,sparo (John and Morris A. Newmurk, known to mo to be ibe persons whose names arc subscribed to the annexed In st> ument, and who acknowledged to tnn hat they executed the same. [Notorial Seal ] J. J. WARNER, jl'J-lw Notary Public. Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, etc. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, l.„ I' unity of Los Antoles. J *"■ In tb» Probate Conn In tho Matter of tbe Estate of Teresa, 11'Aaaonville, deceased. PUrtSUANT TO AN ORDER OFTHIts Court made this day, notice Is here by given that W' dnesday, the SOtU day >t July, A. 11. 187 D. at 10 o'clock A. At o! said d ijr, at the Court rcom ol tbls Court, lv the city and county of Loa Ange les, has been appointed for hearing the application of V. D'Assonviile. praying that a document now on flic In this court, purporting to he the last will -md testament of Teresa D'Assonviile, de ceased be admitted to probate, and thai letters lestamentary be Insued thereon to him, at wnteh time and place all persons inlerested therein may appear and .-oil iest the same. July In, 1879. _ _ A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By E. 11. OWKN, Depulv. Winks & Wicks, Atiorneya for Pen loners. jy|» lot STJMiVXOIVSS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IHE Seventeenth Judicial Districtof ttu State of California, in and for th* county ol Los Angeles. Hlla D. Cook, plalntlir. vs. Vlning A. Cook detenuant. Action brought lv the Dislrlot Courl or iho seventeenth Judicial District of the State of California, in and for the couniy ol Los Augeles, and the complaint nied In said county ot Loa Angeles, in the office oi the Clerk of said District Court. The people ot the state of California send greeting to Vlning A. Cook. Do lendani. You are hereby required to appearin an -tcion brought ngaiust you by the abov* named Plaiutlff in tbe District Court oi the Seventeenth Judicial District of the state ol California, in aud for the County of Los Augeles, aud to answer the com' plaint tiled therein, within ten days tajr iluslve of the day of service) after the service on you ol this *uramuns—ll served -vlllllll this Couniy; or. If served out >( tbls County, but In this District, nil Inn tw«nty days; otherwise, within forty days -or Judgment by ueruult will be taken igaiust you, according to the prayer oi aid complaint. The said action is brought to obtain Judgment and decree of (his Court dls olving the bonds of mat: luiony now and hero oforo existing between the s-ald plaintiff and defendant, and awarding ,he care, custody and control ot tbe minor, Fanule D. Cool:, to -aid plaintiff, and for such other and fiutlier Judgment md decree as may be proper, and for costs ol suit. Reference Is had to complaint for par ticulars. And you aro hereby notified tbat If you tail to appearand answer the said com plaint as above required, the said pi am tin will cause your default to he entered and apply to the Court tor the relief demaud •jd in lhe complaint. Given under my hand and the seal ol the District Court of the seventeenth Judicial Districtof the State or California, In and for the county iA Los Angeles, this 2rlth day ol July. In the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred am. seventy-nine. [seal.] A. W. POTTS. Clei k By A. RIMPAU, Deputy clerk. jyt!i-2ui Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, Etc. STATE OF CALirORNIA, COUNT i ot Los Angoles, —In the Probate uourt. lv Uie matter of tbe estate of William vbbott, deceased. » ursuant to an ordorof this Court made this day, notice Is hereby given that lUi-SDAY, tho IL'ih day of August, A. D. 1879, at ll) o'clock A. m of said day, al the Courl Room of this Couit, In the oily and county ol Los Angeles, has boen ap pointed for hearing tbo application ot Mer-'ed Abbott, praying i hat a document now on file In this C. urt, purporting to no the lest will and testament of Wm. Abbot, deceased, be admitted to probate and that letters testamentary be Issued thereon to Merced Abbott al which time aud place all persons Interested therein may appear and contest the same. July Mill 1879. A. W. POTTS, Oleik. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy Cierk. In the County Court Of the County of Los Angeles, Slate of California. WILLIAM SLANEY VS. HIS CRED ITOf.S. Pursuant to an order of the Hon. Albert M. HI phens. Judge ol the County Court f i os Angeies coin ty, notloe Is hereby given to the creditors of the Insolvent, Wllllam SI aney, to appear before tbe said judge, ut tbe court-room of said Cour , In the court Hou-e, in the city and oountv of Los Atrgeles, on the 30 h day of August, 1879, at ten o'clock A. K. of thut day, then aud thero to show cause. If any there be, why the prayer of aald petitioner should not be gran ed; that a cession of his estalo be made aud a dis charge fro'o all his debts he had, as hy statute provided. All proceedings agalust said insolvent aro stayed. 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