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■AT OS ANGELES ONE DAY ONLY!
H Monday, June 13. ■ ALL THE WORLD OVER Till! IIIGOEBT A>-» BMTI I BURrASSINiC EVEN THE FAMED COLISEUM OF ROME NOW BEXCKXIXa FP.OM A TOUi VS FOKEICJi I VXD ! I W.W. COLE'S I NEW MAMMOTH CIRCUS ■ MENAGERIE OF TRAINED ANIMALS, I A-isrii cowoKEEa off x-ivinsro- *wo?*t3t:ti£i neaectlns and producing in prodigal excess th. I Majestic Marvels of.Many Nations H Professedly the most Stupendous Amusement Enterprise on the tar.- nl th. t.! 1.. wide world, MM und actually presenting ■ Kew Attraction*, Thrilling Sensations, strange Feature*, and scientific attuUea, Alluuder the most perfect Sun-eclipsing ELECTRIC LIGHTS, which aro cj.-lurivelj -used to iliurniuate the ■: Vast Metropolis of Exhibition Tents. Among the inynail ot renuirkj ..e o. ..; . n ; ;"Vll> m i« ■ Totally New Performances which I shall exhibit, I would catalogue the toKow.ii.;. the nurnlous I PERFORMING STALLIONS ■ WW education and skill would leave room for douhta-; to tie* beltw les. than Imninii Ihoy have m-ver h. ~. ■ eiiuaUed. aVseutiful Thorou'ihiireds, pantomiming, drilling and acting with perfectprwlslon. H As a still further eiaraple of the superior attractions to he presented, note the following A TatH-rg or BI«^^ IHMDOO >Mll riIARMEUS; EGYPTIAN M c Itotl t\< i;lt> : nn WIIIULIMi DERVISHES OF ALGIERS ; TIIF, MAMMOTH OX : It till CAMELS | SPANISH PERFORMING belli pekformim; HORSES; peufokmiau po.\ies : FEKFonnsM; ELEpnAWTai nncl I'EittoK.niM; moxkeis. IsaaUslso, for the ftrst time present a Troupe of SOOTH SEA SAVAGES! or maori -vsrjxtt. dajvobrs, Barbariam. faithfully portray!n. the Ilaliits War 1 ancrs, and untie; peculiar to their unctvilizeil rioe, Then, too, I shall txhtbtt a Troupe of Genuine Bedouin Arabian.Athletes The sinewy herculean Sons of the Desert., whose feat i of Tunihline Vaulting, and Haisrdons Performances with ruor-edgeU Knives and Swords, excel anything ever introduced in tile arena. TllO $30,000 f3J, A TROIPE OF The mo*.! n omlerfnl EejaUae Acton & TRICK STALLIONS. AWild Snow- WhUe Buflcalo I An Albino-coated Mountain Hlnn. th*' only .mc tn\T Two-Continent Comuonnil Circus OF 150 SKILLED ARTISTS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, s*«nt Bare ■ark Killers. Fonr Willy down*. Ten «;rent Eruprr*. A Brginirnt or Per Parnaen, The Only Feniule llurille tlider 1.1% Inz. I,:xl) Vymiinsl*, Lailr Eqiiestrlnn*, 1 Ssny Aertallsts. Lisdy ftleyerr Killer*. More .Men, More Horses, Siore Acts and Hotter Elteets tlian avabowinexUtcnc-e. I.OTO FOItEIU.N' t'EATI UIH ! 1.031, tl IS. El 3 1 MARVELS 1 SEE THE GREAT STREET PARADE! m~ yftoA wulontriral anything ever seen In America. A Uoval Princely Paoeant. worth a day's travel to tf loa*upon, mjaasjag all the Great feati--. of this Truly Magniiica.it Show. Thirty Dens of Animals. Drove, sa aaspnanto. Herds of Camels, Mounted Knljht, and Ladies. iTie Largest Tshleauz Cars ercr constructed, etc the treat Wlrcc: Parade, Every Morning at Tea o'clock. TWm rERFORMAM'F.H EVEUV BAY. I»onrs open at 1 o'clock and : o'clock P. M. ADMISSION, ONE DOLLAR. <L Reserved Seats, - -SO etc. JESxtra, wt»wef>n WtMBBt io Ymmn of A— Half Prfo*. LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 310. j Iv Uie SupaJpr Court of the county j of Loi Angele*. Stive cf California. ES lvvai/d L. Muyberrv, PlaiOttffi 1 vs. Merccu Abbott, alius Merced Garcia I de Abbot, Jobu Abbot, Sulmus 1 % Abbot.WUlittin Abbot, A:irou Ab- c but, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot, t us executrix of the last will and ■ testament of William Abbot, do I ceased, Meiced Abbot, daughter i of the above-named Merced Ab- i bot, George Abbot, Catherine Ab- | j bot. Frank Abbot and tbe City | ( of Los Angeles, defendant*!. j . y'JiDEU AND BY yH%TUU Off A I decree of foreclosure aud order ol i » entered in Die Superior Court - of the county of Los Angeies, .State ( of Culltornia, ou the 18th day ol < May, A. 1). 1881," und a writ ul t execution for tuo enforcement of judg ment, requiring sale ol property undei \ foreclosure of mortgage. Issued out of ( htuid Court, ou tbe 20Lh uay ol i May. A. D. ISSI, in the above entitled action, and in favor of Edward L. May berry, plaintlir, and against Merced Ab* ; boi, alias Merced Garcia de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas Abbot, William Abbot, . Aaron Abbot, Amos Abbot, Merced Ab bot, us exeOUt-rlx ofthe iMfc Will and ten lament ol William Abbot, deceased, Meiced Abbot, daughter of the above utimed Merced Abbot, George Abbot, Catbeplue Abbot, Frank Abbot and the city or Los Angeles, deleudants, a certified copyol which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested undvr tlie seal of said superior Court ou the tluth day of May, A. D. 1881, and delivered to me, together with the writ annexed thereto, on the 23d day of May, A. D. 1881, whereby I am eommunded- to sell at public auction, to the htghe-u and best bidder, forcasn In United States gold coin, the following aud In said decree described real estate, to-wit: All that real property in the city of Los Angeles, couuty ot Los Angeles, Stateof California, bounded aud described as fol lows, viz: A lot on tho west sido of Main street, the boundaries of which ure as follows: Commencing at a point on the west side of Main street, being the northeast corner ot a lot now or formerly of I. W. Hellman and formerly of the heirs of Juan Domingo, deceased; thence run ning north easterly along the said Hue of Main street sixty-rive feet, more or less, to lot formerly belonging to F. Slg noret and atlei wards purchased of H.>\ Ttscbmackcr; t hence northwesterly along line ot said Signoret lot to eastern line of New High street: thence southwesterly along line ot New High street sixty-live feet, more or leas, to lot of I. W. Hellman; thence southeasterly along lot of llelhuuu to the poiut ot be ginning. Second—A lot bounded on the west by Main street and fronting thereon thirty six leet; on the north by v lot formerly owned by Pio Pico and on which the Pico Houso stands; on tho east by San chez street aDd having a frontage there ou of thirty-six feet, more or less, and on tlie south by a lot formerly owned by W.H. Perry and Wallace wood worth, the lot hereby described being the same lot on which stunds what is known vs Merced Theatre building. Third—A lot bounded on the west* by Mviii street; ou the north by lot for • if lyof W. 11. Perry uud Wallace Wood" wotth; ou ilie east by Saucing street, and out he Mouth by lot now or lot merly of t\ a. MaoDougai, having a frontage of 80 feet en Main street aud being same lot formerly occupied by William Abbot, hi nee deceased, as a furniture store. Public notice Is tiereuy given that on WEDNESDAY, THE loth) DAY OF JUNK, A. D. 1881, At 19 O'clock M.ot said day, I will pro ceed to sell at tho Court Houae door in Uio city and couuty of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, tn the highest and best bidder for caiih in U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said docreo for princi pal and interest, attorneys' fees, costs and all accruing costs, all the above described real estate, or so much thereof ad may be neccssarv to satisfy Bald sums, Attested under my hand, at the city and county of Lot Angeles, Suite of Cali fornia, this 23d day of May, A. D. 1881, WM.u. now Land, Sheriff. Uy JAS. 0, K&YBj Under Sheriff. WIIEKIFrVS HALE. Kxeeuttou No. 5021. IN TUE BOPSBIOB COUHT OP TUE County of Loi Angeles, SUte of Cali fornia, Jesus A. de Sepulveda, Plaintiff.) vs. J pio iMco, Defendant. ) Under aud by virtue ot an execution is sued out ol the Superior Court of the county of Los Augeles, State of Califor nia, on the llth day of May, A. D. 1881, to me directed and delivered on the U.'ia day of May, A. D. 1881, for a judgment ren dered in said Court on tne sth day of February, A. D. 1881, In favor of Jesus A. de Sepulveda, plaintiff, and against Pio Pico, defeudaut, 1 have levied upon and shall ou THURSDAY, THE 16th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, * At 12 o'clock m. of said day, proceed to sell, at the Court House door, in the city and county of Los Angeles, State of Cal ifornia, at public auction to tbe highest and best bidder for cash in 17. B. gold coin, to satisfy said judgment for a lien for costs iv a partition suit, with interest and all accruing costs, all the right, title and lnterestof said defendant in and to the loliowing described real estate, to wit: Commencing at tbo northeustern cor ner ot the tract of land allotted to Maria Olivers de Altamlrano on the western side of San Pedro street, in tha city aud county and State aforesaid, ut a 2x3 red wood post In a live willow fence; thence south degrees west uiong the west ernsldeof San Pedro street ninety-one (91) liuks to a 2x3 redwood post set iv a live fence at the end of a board fence and the southeastern corner of the tract of land described in the complaint; thence running north ba% degrees west along a board fence on north line or land of Kb erle 4 90-100 chains to the end of said board fence and a BxB redwood post in a live willow fence between the land de scribed in complaint and said land ot Vallinia Ablla, thence north &*% degrees cast along said fence ninety-one<9i)llnk.s to Ihe southwestern corner of said tract allotted to MartaOilvdra de Altamlrano heretofore; thence running south ">V, degrees east A 87-100 chains to the place of beginning, containing 415-ICOO acres of land. Kelerence is hereby mude to the mup annexed to lite report for further description ofthe tract ol laud above de. scribed. Attested uuder my hand, this 23d day of May, A. D. 1681. W. K. ROWLAND. Suerilf. By J. C. KAYS, under Sheriff. "proposals" For t hi? Purchase ot Forty-Nix UjuUs of the Counly ot Los Augeles. Oppiok ok the TnKAyoiirn of the) Couniy ok Los \ Los Angeies, Cab, May 13,1881. j In accordance with a resolution of the Bourd of Supervisors of Los Augeles county, dated the fourth day of May, 1811, sealed proposals will be received by the Treasurer of the county of Los Ange les, at his office, In the city and county of Los Angeles,until 10 o'clock a. m. on June Bth, 1881, for the purchase of forty six bonds of the county of Los Angeles, of one thousand dollars each, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, interest payable semi-annually, on the first days of January and July ol each year, both .principal aud interest payable in gold coin ofthe United.States, said bonds to run from lhe first day of July, 1881, to the first day of July, 1901, or payable at any time before maturity, at the pleasure ol the county. Said bonds are issued by tho Board of Supervisors ot Los Angeles county, un der the provisions of Chapter If. of the Political Code of California, and in con* formitywltha resolution of said Board dated the fourth day of May, 1881. Proposals will be received for purchas ing any or all of said bonds. The county reserves the right to re.eet any or all proposals. M. LINDLEY, Treasurer of Los Angelea County. ■By E. F. SPENCE, Deputy. ml4*Bod NOTICE. ~~ The public are hereby notified tbat neither the agent or muter of the Brltlah ■hip Scottish Minstrel win be responsi ble for any debt* contracted by any member of her crew. mW-Ir C. H. MANSFIELD, Agent. LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the will annexed. In the Superior Courtof Los Ange les Couniy, State of California, In re tho estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Notice is hereby given that lv pursu ance oi the order ot said Superior Court of the couuty of Loa Angeles, State ol California, made on the o:u day of May, a. D. 1881, in the matter of the estate of Uosa Isabella v. BaJdwlu, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with tbe will annexed oi said estate, wilt sell at private sule to tbo highest und best bid der lor cash und subieul to the confirm ation ot said superior Court, ull the right, title, interest and estate of the said deceased ut lhe time of her death, and all the right, title and interest the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other thau or in ad dition to thai of the said deceased at the n uw ot lior death in and to those certain lots, pieces, or tracts of land lying and beiug iv the couuty ot Los Augeles, State of Calllornla, aud described as follows, to wit: First—Commencing at a forked willow tree about a Inches through, marked 8 15, iv black paint, which ls situated ueur the bank of tbe zuuja or Irrigating ditch und corresponds with uud is Sta. loot a survey mado in December, 1870, by 11. M* Johusou of the irrigable Hat of the Huuctio Los Fell 2, reference to which la hereby more particularly made; thence, lollowlug tue meander line ol said survey No*4 degrees W one chain and fceveuty-eight links; thence N 4o i J4degreeaEB*76 chains; theuce ho4\ degrees X 1.75 chains; theuce N 18% de grees W 9.68 chains; theuce N 32>- 4 de grees E 2.87 chains; thencu N 3754 degrees i\ -.01 chili ns lo siatlou 23 ol Johnson's survey; theuce N 7V 4 degrees E 23.98 cuains; thencu S I'm degiees w 25.31 chains; tneuce s 714 degrees W 10.00 chains; theuce N Oo decrees W 8.00 cuums to the poiut ol beginning the to tal area ol the fund hereby conveyed beiug 01 5* 100 acres of laud. Second—Also the oue-iiith interest In aboul3,Boo acres ot that certain tract ol land stluate, lying and being lv the county ol Los Augeles, istalo oi Oallfor nia, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commeuciug ut the river of Los Augeles, at au ouk tree, v laud-mark oi the ruuebo called''Provl deuclu," near a lime Kiln, uudrunniug theuce southwesterly along the bound ary line ol taid Ruuebo La Frovldencia to the Aliso tree of tbe nopalero; thence easterly to the "Aguage de Mocovenga;" theuce to a point iv liont ofthe "Aguage delSaucito;" thence lv another stra.ght Uue passing directly through the portezuela to the river of Lot Augeles; thence up thu channel of ihu aaid river io the place oi beginning, the laud hereby uescribed being apart of the Runcho Los Foliz, grunted to Mang. Yguacio Verdugo by Mauuei Mlehelioreuu March 22, 1813, saving aud excepting from the last above described tract v certain parcel ot land described as follows: Commencing at a redwood stake lv mound of stones marked P. D. S. 1, 4x4 inches iv diame ter and distant lo lluks iroui the center 01 the Canul and Reservoir Company's ditch and on north side of same, from whicu point a live-oak tree about 4 feet in diameter und marked B. T. s. 1. P. !>., hears N 43>i degrees E 277 chains dis tant ; another live-oak on opposite side ot ReservoirCompauy's diich about 4J4 feet lv diameter, blazed aud marked B. T. N. 2S. IP. D., bears S £0% degrees E 22y chains distant, uud is ou the west bauk of a small gulch; lheuce running v few links to the northward of Reservoir Company's ditch N 76)4* degrees W 0.22 cuains to saudstoue rock uud stake marked s. 2,88 links from center of ditch from which poiut a live-oak tree about 2 H feet In diameter near edge of ditch bears N 42% dtgeees W 8.2) cuaius dls tuut, another live-oak about same size bears N 37Ji degrees W about 3.00 chains distant ana SE corner of Jose Fuco's aaobe house bears N 4o degrees E 4.47 chains und is 1.68 chalus loug by 27 links wide; a sycamore tree stands about cen tre oi rear of house and is about 75 links distant trom house; auoiher largo live oak on uuith sideof ditch and Immedi ately ou edte of same bears S 65 degree s El.23chains dt»iautl thence following Reseivolr and al Company's ditch up stream N 45*4 degrees W 8,87 chains to a slake 10 liuks distant irom center of ditch aud marked S. 3; theuce N 88% de grees W 2.01 chains to a stake 27 links distuut from center ot ditch and marked 8,4; theuce S 57*4 degrees W 1,84 chalus to a stake 27 links from center ot ditch aud marked S. 5; thence N 54% degrees W 3.0j chains to a stuke 17 links iroui cemerof ditch and marked S, 0; thencji N ;>i 4 degreea W I.24chains tou stake Tl Unas Irom center of ditch und marked S. 7; theuce N 68% degrees W 2.02 chains to a atake 10 liuks from center of ditch aud marked S. 8; theuce N 13?« dtgrees E 4.58 cuaius to a stuke 11 liuks from center of ditch and marked S. 9; theuce JM 2 de grees W 0.18 chains to a stake distant J9 nuks from center of ditch and marked s lv; thence N 23% degrees W 0-07 chains to aalake 33 liuks irom center of ditch aud marked rt. 11, from which point a live oak tree 2feet in diameter on E side of ditch bears s 29% degrees E 60 links dis tant; another live oak same size, same side oi ditch, bears s 48)4 degrees E 60 . links distant: thence along ditch on lull side N 8% degrees W 9.30 chains to a stake 11 links from center of ditch aud marked S- 12; tbence N 35*4 degrees w b.82 chains io .sua c 10 links irom cuter of ditch aud marked S. 13; thence N 40% degrees W 5.93 chains to a stake marked S. 14; thence jn 9% degrees E 14.03 chalus to a willow atump blazed and marked with black paint a. 15; thence along ditch and edge of small swamp N 9% degrees W L7B chains to a stake 15 links from center of ditch and marked S. 10; tbence N 40% de grees E 2.75 chains to a stake g links from center ol ditch aud marked ft, 17; thence S OfvU degrees E 1.75 chalus to a stake marked a. 18, ou easterly side of fioud gate; theucu N 32% degrees E I.3schains, along center of running water of ditch and through a deep cut which crosses hill on poiut of which is locuted bouse of R. Paco to stake marked S. 19; theuce N3% degrees W 2.28 chains to a stake marked a. 20; ihence N 104 degrees W 9,t3 chains to a stuke 20 links from center oi uitcu aud marked 5.21; theuce N 21% degrees E 2.87 chains to a stuke 18 lluks from centre of ditch and marked a, 22: ihence N 37!, degrees E 201 chains to stuke markbd S. ii 3; thence N 44 degrees W 4.47 chains to stuke 25 liuks from ditch and marked S. 24; theuce N 11% degrees W *T5 chains to v stake 15 links from ditch undiuarked S. 25; theuce N 35%de greesE6.25 chains to « Make. Io links irom oilier ol ditch and marked S, 20 -thence N 11% degrees w 2.82 chains to a stake marked 5,27; thuncoon side ol hill between ditch and road N )2'4 de grees W 8.89 ohalns to stake on eilg* 01 road marked S. 28; theuce N 32% de grees W 5.97 chains to stuke ou edge ot road aud marked ts. 29J thence N2O 4 de grees W 4.87 chums to a stuke on edge ol ditch and marked S. 30; tbence a.ong edge of ditch N 33 degrees W 500 chain* to stake on edge of road aud marked S 81; theuce N 34*4 degrees w 4.04 chains' tv a stake between road aud d'tch und marked S. 32; thence along Canal und Reservoir Company's ditch iS 2ii degrees W B.*o chains to a stake marked s. 33 -tbeuce following meanders of river bauk' N 83% degrees E 4.70 chains to a stake at bead of deep wash and marked s. 34 -ihence N AIM degreea E 3.01 chains to v staku ou edge of bank marked 8,85: thence N 25 degrees E 4.20 chains to a stake on westerly aide of zanja maraud S. 30; thence N 4«>% degrees E 10.00 chalus to stake marked s. 87; theuce N 13 de grees E 1.07 chains to a stake marked S from which point a willow tree mark ed B. T.S. 38 P. D. bears N 41% degrees E U links distant; thenceB 78 H degrees E 12.70 chains to stake marked s. 39; thence S 24% degrees X 7.04 chalus to stake marked s, 40; thence s 1% degrees E 8 00 chains to stuae marked S. 41; tbence a 4 degrees W 14.81 chains to stake marked S. 42; thence 8 2% degrees E 11.62 chains to stake marked s. 43; thence 8 74% degrees E 1.11 chains to oak post In lineot willow fence marked S. 44 p D.; thence s. 10% degrees W. 34.42 chains along said willow fence to stake In Hue of fence and marked s. 45; thence S. 15% degrees E. 15.15 chains to stake marked S. 40; thence S. 39,4 degrees E. 11.58 chains to stake marked a. 47; theuce s, &w de grees E. 0.85 chains to stake marked 8. 48; theuce 5.38 degreea E. 12.37 chains to pwst In line of willow fence at intersec tion of said fence with L. A. C.W.W. Co's ditch and marked P. D. 8. 49; thenco S. 63% degrees W. 808 chains along live willow fence to stake marked S. 50; thence N. 77 degrees W. 59 chalus to stake marked 8. 51; thence s. 58 degrees W. 0.83 chains to stake marked S. 62; tbence s. 22,4 W. 14.50 chains tostake marked 8. 18i thence 8. 11% degrees W. 10.13 chains tostaa:e4x4 inches lv diameter in mound of stones aud marked P. D. S. 1, tlie place of begin ning and containing 823.32090 acres ol land and being the same tract of land within the exterior boundaries of which ls Included the 64 aore tract hereinbefore described, and all of aald lands being witbln the exterior boundaries of tbe Rancho "Loa Feliz" and forming a pari thereof. Also,all tbe water rights, easements and servitudes to each of aald different tracts belonging or in any way apper taining. said aale will be made on or after the BTH DAY OF JUNK, 1881. AU bids or offers must be In writing and will be received at tha office of Messrs.. Phillip A Baldwin, No. 87 Main •tract, Loa Ajbjj«l4« «tf>, okla., or star *• LEGAL. delivered to the administrator personal ly.or filed with the Clerk of said Superior Court, at any tlmo alter the first publica tion of this notice aud before the making ofthe sale. Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid upon notice or acceptance ol bid, balance on conrmatlon ol sale by said Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated Los Angeles, Cal., May oth, 1881. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Administrator witb the will annexed of the estate of Rosa Isabe! la D. Baldwiu, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King a Bobartl, At torneys for the estate. MORTGAGE SALE. Execution No.-. Iv the Superior Courtof the couuty of Los Angeles, State of California. Edward L. Mayberry, Plaintiff*) vs. J Merced Abbot et al, Defeudauts.) Under aud by virtue of a decree ol fore closure aud order of sale en tered in the superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, Stateof Califoruia, on the 19th day of May, A. D. 1681, and a writ ot execution forthe en forcement of Judgment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of said Court, annexed to said decree aud dated the 20th day of May, A. D. 1881, in the above entiled action aud iv favor of Edward L. Mayberry, plain tiff, and against Merced Abbot, alias Merced Garela de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas About, William Abbot, Aaron Abbot, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot,as executrix of the last will and testament of William Abbot, deceaaed, Merced Abbot, daughter of the above-named Merced Abbot, Frank Abbot, George Abbot, Catarina Abbot aud the City of Los Angelea, defendants, a certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of aald Court on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1881, and de livered to me, together with tbe writ an nexed thereto, on the 27th day of May, A, D. 1881, whereby I am commanded to aell at public auction, to tbe highest and beat bidder, for cash In U.S. void coin, the following and In aaid decree de scribed real eatate, to wit: first —A lot bounded on the west by Main street and lrontlng thereon tliArty six feet; on the north by a lot formerly owned by Pio Pico and on which tho Pico House stands; ou the east by Sanchez street and having a frontage thereon of tiOfeet, more or less; and on tbe south by a lot formerly owued by W. H. Perry and Wallace Woodworth, the lot hereby described being the same lot on which stands what is known as the Merced Theater building. Second—A lot bounded on tbe west by Main street, on tho north by lot former ly of W. H. Perry and Wallace Wood worth; ou the east by Sanchez street, and ou the south by lot now or formerly ot K. A. MaoDougall, having a frontage of about 30 feet on Main atreet and an equal frontage on Sanchez Btieet, and being the same lot occupied by William Abbot, since deceased, as a furniture store. Public notice is hereby given that ou TUESDAY, THE 21st DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clock v, of said day, I will pro ceed to seU, ai the Court Rouse door. In the city and county of Los Augeles, Slate of California, at public auction, to tbe highest and best bidder for cash in U. S. gold colu, to satisfy said decree lor prin cipal and interest, attorney's fees, costs and all accruing costs, all the above de scribed real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Glveu under my baud, this 27th day of May, A. D. 1881. W. R. ROWLAND. Sheriff. By Jas. 0. Ka>s, Under Sheriff. SALK Under Foreclosure of Mortgage. Execution No. 191. Iv the Superior Court of the couuty of Loa Augele- 1 , rttato of Califor nia. A< BRISWALTER, Plaiutlfl',l vs. PIO PICO et ul , Defendants. ) Under aud by vlrtite of a decree ol fore closure and order of sale entered lv the Superior Court aforesaid ou the sth day of May, A. D. 1881, and a writ of execu tion for tbe enforcement ot judgment re quiring sale of property under foreclos ure of mortgage issued out of said Court, annexed to said decree and dated the oth day of May, A. D. 1881, in the above entitled action and in favor of Andres Brlswalter, plaintiff, und against Pio Pico, J. H. Lucas, A. B. Chapman, Theodore c. Porter, W.Woodworth, John Hancock, the City of Los Angeles and Maria Martluez, defendants, a certified copy or wbich said deoree oi foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said court on tbe 6th day oi May, A. D. 1881, aud delivered tome, together with tbe writ annexed there to, on the suld last mentioned day. whereby I am commanded to sell at publlo auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in United states gold coin, the following ani in aald de ereedeacribed real estate.to-wlt: All tboae certain lots or parcels ot land situated in the city of Los Augeles, coun ty of Los Angeles, and State 01California, and more particularly described as fol lows, to wit: One lot bounded ou the north by the main plaza, ou the east by the small plaza and the lot formerly of Ocampo; on the south by the lot formerly of se pulveda uud on thu west by Sanchez street. One lot bounded on the north by the school house (lot No. 1); east bythelot of Pelancoul; south by the lot of Maria Martluez, uud uu the west by Bath street. One lot bounded on the north by the Catholic Church; tast by Main street; south by the lot of Mrs. Sanchez, and west by the lot of the Gas Company; ref erence being made for further descrip tion of aaid three tracts of land above described to the mortgage from Pio Pico to Andres Briswalter, recorded int lie of fice ofthe Oounty Recorderof Los Ange les county, In book No, 29, page 359, et seq, Public notice ll hereby given that ou TUESDAY, THE 31st DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock v. ol aaid day, I will proceed to Bell at tbe Oourt House door, in the City and Count} of Loa Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bid der, for cash in United States: gold coin, tc satisfy said decree for principal and interest; attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, all the above described real estate, or bo much thereof as amy ba necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under my lutnd, thn fith day of May, A. D. 1881. WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff, By JAS. C. KAYS. Under sheriff Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix 01 the last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceased, to the creditors of, aud all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them, with tho necessary vouch ers, within four months after the first publication of th is notice, to the said ex ecutrix, at the office of her attorney. No. 14 Temple Block, la the city of Los An geles, lv the couniy of Los Angeles, State of California. Dated at Los Angelea, May 17,1881. A DA LINE WRIGHT, Executrix, etc., of Jacob L. Wright,de ceased. myiB-4w ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Los Augeles Oil Company. Location ol' principal place of buelneas, l.os Augelctj, Cullforuia. — Location of work*, Ventura county, California. Notice Is hereby given tbat at a meet ing of t he Board of Directors of tbla com. puny held on tbe lttth day of May, 1881, an assessment (No. 14) of fifteen (15c) cents per share was levied upon tbe capital stock of the company, payable immediately, In U. S. gold coin, to the Secretary, at room No. 6, Tempi. Block, city or Los Angeles. And any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid on Tuesday, tbe 28th day of June, 1881, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at pabllo auction: and, unlesspayment ls made before, will be aold on Tuesday, tb. Wtb day of July, 1881, to pay delinquent assessment., coats of advertising and expenses of sale. W. J. NICELY. Seemary, „ No. 6, Tempi. Block, Loi Ang.lM, May tS, UN. iw LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the State of California, In a for the County of Loa Angeled. Francisco Grazide, plaintiff, vs. Oliver Devlllers, defendant. Action brougbt In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, und the com* plaint filed In said county of Los Ange les, in the office of the Clerk of suld su perior Court. ThePeopleof the State nf California send greeting to Oliver Devlllers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Courtof the State of California, lv aad for the county of Los Angelea, and to an swer tbe complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of tbis summons —if served within this county; or, it served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default will be taken against you according to tbe prayer of said com plaint. The said aotion Is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage described In the said complaint, and executed by the aald O. Deviliera to c. Grazide, on the 3d day ot October, 1876, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, made on the 3d dayof October, 1876, by O. Devlllers, for the sum of $300 gold coin, with interest at the rate of 1% per cent per month from date until paid, and payable to the said C. Grazide; that the premises convoyed by said mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment of $300 gold coin, with interest at tbe rate of 1% percent per month from October 3,1870, and for 10 per cent as attorney's fees, as provided for in said mortgage, and costs of suit; and in case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to ob tain an execution against said defendant forthe balauce remaining due; and also that the defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or under him,may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption and In terest lv and to aaid mortgaged premises* and for other and further relief. Reference ls hud to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and acswer the said com* plaint,, us above required, tho said plaln- Utt will apply to the Court for tho relief demanded lv the said complaint. Given under my hand and tbe seal of the Superior Court of the State or Call fo> nia. In and for the county or Los Auge les, this 4th day of March. In tbe year of our Lord,one thousand eight hun dred and elghty-ouo. ' LSeal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIMPAU, Deputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, mS-2m Attorney lor Plaintiff. Summons. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and fur tho couuty of Loa Angeles. The Farmers* and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Crlstoval Macbado et al, defendants. Action brought In the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for tbe counly of Los Angeles, and the com plaint filed in said,.county of Los Ange ies, luthe office of the Clerk of said su* pertor*L'ourt. ThePeopleof the State of California send greeting to Crlstoval Machado, Joa quin Almada and T. D. Mutt, Harris Newmark, Has par Cohn, Meyer J. New mark, Morris A. Newmark, composing the Arm of H. Newmark * Co., and LW. Hellmun, defendants. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the Superior Courtof tbe Slate of California, lv and for tbe county of Los Augeles, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, within teu days (exclusive of the day of service) ufter the service on yon of thiß summons —If served witbln this county; or, if served elsewhere, within tbtrty days—or ludgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of ■aid complalut. The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of tbis Court for tbe foreclosure of a certain mortgage described In the said complaint and executed by the said Crls toval Machado to tbe 'plaintiff herelu ou the first day of November, AD 1870, to secure the payment of a certain promis sory note of date Oct. 31st, Into, for the sum of $1000, with interest thereon from date Ull paid at tbe rate of IH percent, per month; If not paid punctually to be ' compounded and bear like interest; exe cuted by defendant Crlstoval Machado ' to the plaintiff herein (all in U. S. gold coin); that the premises conveyed by suld mortgage may be sold and tlie pro ceeds applied to the payment of the said principal sum of SlO9O, with interest at the rate of one and one-half per cent per month, compounded monthly, trom tbe 30th day of April, A. D. 1879; 827.48 taxes ' paid March 12,1878; $33.63 on 20th March, 1879; $21.04 paid on sth February, 1880; $15.00.paid Dec. 80,1880; $19.40 paid Febru ary Ist, 1881, with interest thereon at the rate of IX per cent per month till paid ' irom their respective dates; counsel fees at the rate of 10 per cent on the amount ' of judgment recovered, and for costs of ' suit; and In case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against aaid Criatoval Macbado for tbe balance remaining due; aud also that the defendants, and ail persons claiming by,through or under them,may bo barred aud foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption and Interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief. Reference is had to complaint for par ticulars. And yon are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the sad com plaint us above required, the said plaln uii will apply to tbe Court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand and the Real of the Superior Courtof the State of Califor nia, iv and for the county of Los Ange les, this 6th day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred uud eighty-one. (Heal.) A.W. POTTS, Clork. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. THOM A STEPHENS, mr3o-2m Attorneys lor Plaintiff. In the Superior Court Of Loa Angeles County, State of of California. L. W. Kirby, an Insolvent Debtor, vs. His Creditors, The pt-titlon of Merit z Meyberg, as signee of L. W. Kirby, above cue it led Insolvent debtor, coming on regularly for hearing thla day, and it appearing to the satisfaction of this Court tbat there bas been a failure of proper publication of notice to creditors of said insolvent estate of said hearing, hy reason of the failure of the Clerk of this Court to mall or to serve personally said creditors with copies of tbe order heretofore mado setting tills matter for hearing, as or dered by tbis Court by order made and filed of date May 4,1881. It Is hereby ordered tbat the order hereinbefore mado on tbo 4th day of May, 1881, setting the petition ofthe said assignee for sale of assetsof said insol vent estate for hearing May 16,1881. and directing notice of said hearing to be given, be declared null and void, and on motion of counsel for aald assignee the said order is hereby set aside and vacat ed; and, It appearing to the Court from tbe records herein that Morltz Mey berg, assignee of L. W. Kirby, above-en titled insolvent, did on the 4th day ot May, 1881, present to and file in this Court his petition praying for an ordor to sell all the property of said estate In him vested as such asslguee at publlo auc tion: It is hereby ordered that MONDAY, THE mom DAY OF MAY, 1881, at the Western Court Room of this Court, at thu Court House, in the olty und oounty of Los Angeles, state of Calf, fornla, at the nourof ten o'clock a. m., be set for the hearing of aald petition. And that this order be published in the Dally Herald, a newspaper of general circulation, published In the city and oounty of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, as often as the aaid paper Is pub lished before the said day set for the hearing of aald petition; an .' that a copy ol this order be served by the Clerk of this Court forthwiih by United States mall, postage prepaid, or personally, ou all creditors named In the schedule. Dated May 10,1881. V. E. HOWARD, myl7td Judge of tho Superior Court. For Sale. TEN OR TWENTY ACRES of GOOD LAND, near tha city, wall improved, with bearing tree, and rrape vines, and a home, barn, windmill, etc. Alao, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES, nrnr the Normal Sohool (round., will he aw Ml, op fa* lie tia* Oomrt Hons*. w w in LEGAL. SHERIFF'S SALE. Execution No. 5070. Iv tho BP parlor Court of the County ol Los Angeles, wt ate of (Jul lioruis. a. Lothian, Plaintiff, ) Lt: w1 h WOLFSK n. l.'.i jeftndaut j Under and by virtue of an execution Is sued out of lhe .superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State ed Califor nia, ou the fitti day of Muy, A. D. 1881$ to me directed and delivered on tho 13ih dayof May, A. D. 1881, for a Judgment rendered ia the District Court of the 17th Judicial District ot said county of Los Angelea, State of Caliiurnm, on thotilh dayof June, A. D. 1879, lv favor ol A. Lothian, plnintlff, and against Lewis Wolfskill, defendant, 1 have levied ttpuu aud shall ou SATURDAY, THE 4th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. ISSI, At 12 o'clock m. of said day, proceed to sell, at the Court House door, lv the oity and couuty of Los Angeles, Stateof Cal ifornia, at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder, for cash In C. S. gold coin, to satisfy said Judgment, Interest and costs, and all accruing costs, all the right, title and Interest of said defendant which he had on the day when the Judg ment waa docketed or at auy time there after lv and to: First—All that tract or parcel of land, situate, lying ana being in the couuty of Los Angeles, State of California, known as tho Hancho Sau Jose, reference being mado for more particular description to the patent of said rancho, as recorded lv the oitlceof the County Recorder of said couuty of Los Angeles, iv book No. *2 of patents, page2tiB et scq. Second—All that tract or parcel of laud situate, lying and being iv the couuty of Los Angeles, State of California, known astheKaucho Addition to Sau Jose, ref erence being had for more particular de scription to the patent of said ranoho, as recorded In the office of tho County Re corder of Los Angeles county. State aforesaid, in book No. 2 of patents, page 113 et seq, Given under my hand this 13th day of May, A. D. 1881. WM. jft. ROWLAND, sheriff. By Jas. C. Kays, Under Sheriff. Administrator's Sale of Real Estato. Notice is hereby given that In pursu ance ot an order of the Superior Court wf lhe county of Los Augeles, state of Cal llornla, made on the fourth day ot May, 1881, lv the matter of the estato of David Phillips, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the estato of David Phillips, deceased, will sell at publio auction, to the hien"Bl Md lor, for cash In U. S. gold coin iieot. toronilr nation 1 \ ffttd Ku, . m * Hurt, i- i MONDAY, THE SIXTH DAY OF JURE, 1881, At eleven o'clock a. M., In front of the Sheriff's office, at the Court House of said county, in the city and couuty of Los Augeles, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said David Phillips ut the time of his death, and all the right, title aud interest thatthesald estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, ao* quid d other than or iv addition to that of tho said deceased at tho time of his death, In aud to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the said city and county of Los Angeles. State of California, and bounded and decribed as follows, to wit: Lot No. 5 of block 101, Bellevue Terrace Tract, according to Ibe survey of said tract made by Frank Lecouvrenr. Suld lot fronts (iv feet ou Olive street by 165 teet deep. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash lv 0. S. gold coin, payable ut I true of sale, to he refunded should the superior Court fall to confirm tlie sale. J. A. GRAVES, Administrator of the estate of David Phillips deceased. m7td Certificate of Co-Partnership of the linn of LALTH St STKCKKK. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES ENTS,that we, Phil. Lauth, residing in the city of Los Augeles, county of Los Augeles, and Fred. Stecker, residing In the city of Los Augeles, couuty of Los Angeles, In the State or California, do hereby certify and declare lhat we have organized and formed ourselves Into a co-partnership, aud we covenant and agree each with the other, to be co-part ners for tho purpose ot carrying and con duct int; the business of carrying on tbe New York Brewery, in the city of Los Angeies, couuty of Los Angeles, Statu of California, under the firm name and style of LAUTH A SIECKER That the principal place of business ol ■aid co-partnership is situated iv the city ot Los Angeles, county of Los Augeles, aud state aforesaid. That tbe names of all the persons In terested as partnews in such business are above stated and signed hereto, and that such partnership will coutinue and be In force until further notice by us. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this second day of May, A. I), 1881* ISeal.l PHIL. LATJTH, [Seal.] FRED. SIECKER. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, | County of Los Augoles. j 88 On this second day of May, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk and ex-omcio Clerkof tho superior Court in und tor said county, personally appeared Phil. Lauth and Fred, Btecker, known to me to be tho persons whoso nsmes are subscribed to thu within in strument, and acknowledged to me that tbey executed the same. Iv witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, the day and year in this oertlfleate first above written. meal. I A.W. POTTS, County Clerk and ex-offleio Clerk of said Superior Court, By E. H.owen, Deputy. ni3 JXotice to Creditors. Ia tbe Superior Court of Los Ange les county, State of Califoruia. Iv the matter of the estate of MAT. THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, execu tor of the last wilt and test ament of MATTHEW KELLER, deceased, to the creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said de ceased,to exhibit tbem,with theuecessa ry vouchers, within ten mouths afler the first publication of this notloe, to the said executor, at his place of business, the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, In the city of Los Augeles, county of Los Angeles, Stateof Calllor nla. Dated May 14,1881. ISAIAS W. 11ELLMAN, Executor of tne last will aud testa ment of Matthew Keller, decsased. myUWw IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the Slate of Califoruia, Jn and for the Couuty of Loi Augeles. In tbe matter ofthe estate of l Nicolas tiulrolo, deceased, j It appearing to this Court by tlio peti tion this day presented aud filed by Re fugia Quirolo, the administratrix of the estato of Nicolas Qulrolo, deceased, praying for an order of sale of real estate; that it Is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate to pay the allowance to the family, the debts out standing against the deceased aud the debts, expenses and charges of adminis tration: It ls thereforo ordered by the said Court, that all persons Interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the twentieth day of .June, A. D. 1881. ut teu o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the court-room of said Superior Court, at the Court House, In the olty and county or Los Angeles, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said admin istratrix to sell so much of the real estat a of the said deceased as shall bo neces sary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least lour successive weeks l n the Los Angel os Dally Herald, a news paper printed and published in said city and county. V. E. HOWARD. Super or Judge. Dated May 10th, las 1. I hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of tqp'origlnal order to ahow cause, etc, in lift estate of Nicolas Qnirolo, deceased, on ill* In my office, and that I have carefully com pared the same with tbe original. Hi witness whereof, I hare hereunto set my bend and affixed tbe seal of the 8 F^&rT By £ H. Own, Deputy, mlTtd LEGAL. In tbe Superior Court Of the county of Los Angeles, State of California. In tbe matter of the estate of Maria Antoula Villa Ue Reyes, deceased.—Wo. ttce to Creditors.—Notice 1b hereby given en by tbe undersigned, JoscYsidro Reyes, administrator, and Franclsca Reyes, uu - inluistratrlx of the estate of the said Maria Autoula Villa de Reyes, deceased, to the creditors of, and all peraons having claims agalnat said deceased, to exhibit them, with tbe necessary vouchers,wlthln(4> roar months from the first publication of this notloe, to tlie said administrator and adminis tratrix, at tbe offices of their attorneys, Messrs. Smith, Brown & Button, attor neys at law, rooms numbered 91,92 and 93, Temple Bleak, In tne city of Lob An geles, Stateof California. Dated Lns Angelea, California, May 13th, A. D. 18S1. J. YSIDRO REYES, Administrator of tbe estato or Maria Antoulu Vlllade Reyes,deceased. FRANCIMOA KEYES, Administratrix of the estate of Muiia Autonla Vlllade Reyes,deceased. mlStlm SHERIFF'S SALE Execution No. 37iJ. In the Superior Courtof the county of Loi Angelea, State of Califor nia. Commercial Bank of Les Angles, ] v corporation, PlaiutlU, t against i The Lch Angeles and Allso Avenue | Street Railroad Company, n ooi*| poratlon, Delendant. j Under and by virtue or au execution Issued out of the Superior Court of thu counly of Los Angeles, State of Cal Ifor nla, ou the 20th day or May, A D. 1681, to me directed and delivered on the 23d day of May, A. U. 1881, for a Judgment ren dered in suld Court on the 20lh day of May, A. D. 1881, in favor of the Commer cial Bank or Loa Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, and against the Los Angelea and Aliso Avenue Street Railroad com pany, a corporation, defendant, 1 have levied upon and shall on WEDNESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12:30 o'clock p. m. of said day, pro ceed to sell, ut the Court House door. In tbe city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, at publlo auction, to the highest und best bidder, for easa In V. S. gold coin, to satisfy said Judgment, Willi interest, costs and all acorulng cols, all the right, title and interest ot said delendant in aud to the following described property, situate In the elty and county ot Los Angeles, California, to wit: Tho street railroad belonging to said 4.f*rMnnt, com mending ut a point ou 'lciuple Block, In the city of Los Angaler, mid exteuding up Mulu street io Arcadia street, down Ar cadia to Aliso, und extending on Aliso street to the eastern Hue ot the tract known as Boyle Heights, to the end of said street railroad, together with the track, road-bed, franchise and all rights of way and privileges appurtenant lo said road orthereto belonging. Given under my huad, this 23d day or May, A. D. 1881. W. R. ROWLAND,Sheriff. By J. C. KAYS, Under Sherltf. Assessment Notice. Los Angeles Minlngand Smelting Com. puny—Location of works. Resting springs, Inyo county, California—Lo cation of principil place of business, Los Angeles, Los Angelea county, California. Notice Is hereby given that at a meet ing of tue Board of Dlrcotors of asld Company held on the thirteenth day of May, 1881, au assessment, number six (8), of one dollar and seventy-rive cents per share was levied on the entire capital slock of said corporation, payable imme diately in lawful money, to J. M. Elliott, Secretary of said Company, at bis office, No. 1 Temple Block, In the city and county or Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid ou Tuesday, the 6th day or July, 1881, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction: aud, unless paymentls made before, will be cold on Tuesday, tbe 9th day of Au gust, 1831, to pay said delinquent assess ment, together with cost of advertising aud expenses of Bale. By order of the Board of Dlreotors. J. M. ELLIOTT, secretary. Office,of Secretary, No. 1 Temple Block, city and county of Los Angeles, Califor nia. nil4-4w J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES. Near corner of First and Fort streets. oar-Buggies, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day 18.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.60 Horse und buggy, per day .. 2.80 Hall a day „. L.flO OS-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 822tf BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! Ocean House, Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. •WKlrst-ciavs in Every Respect, ye This popular house having been tboi oughly renovated aud refitted, ls open tor ihe accommodation of the public, THE TABLE will be supplied with all he luxuries the market auords. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apSOtf Proprietress. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The Annual Meeting of the stockhold ers of the Los Augeles M inlng and Smalt lngCompany will be held at the office of tbe Company, No. 1 Temple Block, Los Augeles, on Monday, the Sixth day of Juue, 1881, at one o'clock p. K. m2Btd J. M. ELLIOTT, Seoretary. Popular Monthly Drawing of tbe Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAOAuLET'B THEATER, IN THE CITY OP i-OUIHVILLE. Ou Tuesday May 31, letsi These drawings, occur monthly (San days excepted), under provisions of an Act of tbe Gleneral Assembly of Ken tucky, incorporating the Newport Prim ing and Nowspaper Co., approved April 9, 1878. BWT his Is a speoial act, and haa nevor beeu repealed. The United States Olroult Court on March3lst, rendered the following deci sions. Ist—Tbat the Commonwealth Distri bution Company ls legal. 2d—lts drawings are fair, Tbe Company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Road the list ol prises for tbe MAY DRAWING. 1 Prise ......................WO.UOU 1 Prise ._ 10,000 1 Prise „ 6,000 10 Prises, 11000 each 10,000 90 Prises, 8500 each 10,000 100 Prises, $100 each 10,000 200 Prises, ISO each.. 10,000 000 Prises, 120 eaob H,oto 1000 Prizes, $10 cuch. 10,OtO 9 Prlsos, $800 each, Approxlma. tlou prises 2,700 . 9 Prises, $200 eaob, Approxima tion prises 1,600 9 Prises, $100 caob.-Approxlina llon prises..... 9CO 1960 Prises .4111,400 Whole Tlotrets, $2. Half Tickets, $1. 27 Tickets, $50T 63 Tickets, $100. Remit Money or Bank Draft tn Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or Postoffloe order, orders of $« and upward, by Express, oan be sent al our expense. Address ail order Courier Journal bu'uilng, LoujJvJrte* )?y. orT. J. COMMERTORB, Mt Broadway. < New York. nl-deYw ttrnttt