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I AT LOS ANGELES ONE DAY ONLY!
I ILVCoxxclety, June IG.
> ALL THE WORLD OVER
THE! IUGOEST AXI> BEST;
; SURPASSING EVEN THE FAMED COLISEUM OF ROME
NOW BKURKLKG CBOH A TOO! IN FORKION LANDS.
W W. COLE'S
I' ' j^^^^.
\ ABSOUTELY
NEW MAMMOTH CIRCUS
MENAGERIE OF TRAINED ANIMAtr,.
Itellectme and producing iv prodigal excess tho
j Majestic Marvels of_Many Hations
! Professedly the most btupeudous Amusement Enterprise on tbe face of t: \:\\} n-UU n orU
* and actually presenting
i JTew Attraction*, Thrilling Sensations, strange Features v:u(l scientific Similes,
{ All under the most perfect Sun-eclipsing ELECTRIC LIGHTS, which arc ti;. 1 i-> illuminate tho
h% Vast Methovolik of Exhibition Tents. Among tho myn.nl of n.-i:iar:..>!>,e l .n: : ri/i'iiiJ and
j aXWALLYjSEwPEKFousiASCEStthiehlßhallexhibit, I would catalogue tho lollu'.v.u., uw marvelous
! PERFORMING ST&LMOIS
| NVhose education and skill would leave room for doubt a-, to their beiiw than human. Tm.y hay;; cevvr Kv:i
|: anualled. Beautiful Thoroughbreds, pantomiming, uniting and acting with per fuel p^cis.o-i.
As a still further example of the superior attractiuus to he presented, note the following
I If ; .
ATEOOPIoPISTKuriD, PtATll-otlTlso AERIAL BII'VCLE RHIERSt THE NUTOI DAM Clta )
lIINOOO SNAKE t'UARMEHK| EGYPTIAN NECROMANCERS; THE WHIRLING
DERVISHES UF ALGIERS ; THE MAMMOTH O V ; RAItV CAMELS ; SPANISH
PERFORMING Bl Ll: PERFORMING HORSES ; PERFORMING POMES ;
PERFORMING ELEPHANTS| and PERFORMING MONKEYS.
[•!• I dull also, for tlio first time present it Troupe of
1 SOUTH §11 SAVAGES!
{ Or MAORI DA^OBHS,
I I Barbarians, faithfully portray in,; tlw V.'ur laii'vi;, and antics peculiar to thoir uncirilized race.
Then, too, I shall exhibit a Troupu of
j Genuine Bedouin Arabian Athletes
{ I *•* "Inewy. hercnlaan Hoiu of tlie Dcwrts. whniK feat, of TirmWim Va-iltinr. ,ai Ilaurdous r«rtonnanc<» irltli
j Kuives ami Swords, eiee! iniytiiiiie v;.:- i:it:..i.ote 1 in t'le ;.rei;a
TllO 350,000 rZp, A TItOII'F. OF
Performing StalliOnS ! Educated, Reasoning
fj ' The mo-,t rlnl l .niiu. Oh TRICK STALLIONS.
IA Wild
An Albino-coated MoiiT;t:ii:i V>' t; tt - ~■;(■ ~vcr -i<
| Two-Contment iipoii Circus
Of 150 SKILLED ARTISTS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD,
f»V*S^!ft"'■"^J*• c, " ,l ' ,( '^,'• r " ,ir Win, « S.mtis. l. :i Gr«ll Lrupen. X Rrglmcul or Per
Omly Ifiiiulr ■lunll. Ciller ( iiiiu. I.uilj Gviniiutls, Eqiirslrlnus.
' *i ? Sia»»»»'*allata. Lady Iti. ti lo Kl.l er-. More M .-.r 11,,r .More Arts and Better Klteets lieut
' \;'MJr ■ *»«»!««!"•<;• i.oira foreign t'i:ATti:i:s : i.uuj migiitv marvels :
I SEE THE GREAT STREET PARADE!
! c; ■ •. AuiPriea A V.n\ ai rr.rscEt.v Paghant. worth a day *. travel to
•fc v Hpakneiuti all the Ureal Features of tlim Truly Mazulticent Show. Thirty baa of Animali, Droyo,
H«d. of Camels, Mounted au.l Ladies. Tue Larffost Tableaux Cars ever comtructed, eto
fife Remember tbe Great Slrecl Parade. Every Mornlns nt Ten o'clock.
nBHra>RMA.N« W EVERY I>A V. boon open at 1 o'clock and : o'clock P. M.
ONE DOLLAR,
j 3Bt«B»erve<l Seats, - - SO ct«, Extra,
i Children Under IO Years of A«e Half Price.
LEGAL.
Mortgage Sale.
Execution No, 810.
Iv Uie Superior Court of thecounty
of Xj'J;i Anareles, rirate of
California.
Edward L. Mayberry, Pi am tiff, 1
tit
Meiecd Abbott, alias Merced Garcia
de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas
Abbot, William Abbot, Aaron Ab
bot, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot,
M executrix of the last will aud -
testament of William Abbot, de
ceased, Merced Abbot, daughter
of the above-named Merced Ab
bot, George Abbot, Catherine Ab
bot, Frank Abbot and tho City
of Loa Angeles, deJendanta. J
T TNDKII AND BY VERT CM OF A
\J decree Of foreclosure aud order ol
sill 1 entered in the Superior Court
of tho oounty of Los Angeles, state
of California, on the 18th day ol
May, a. I). 1881, and a writ ol
execution for tho enforcement of judg
ment, requiring sale ol property under
foreclosure of mortgage, ismied out of
Kaid Court. ou tue 20lh day ol
May, A. D. 1881. in tho above entitled
action, and in favorof Edward L. May
berry, plaintiff, and against Merced Ab>
bot, alias Merced Garcia de Abbot, John
Abbot, Salinas Abbot-, William Abbot,
Aaron Abbot, Ames Abbot, Merced Ab
bot, as executrix Of thu last will aud tes
tament ot William Abbot, deceased,
Merced Abbot, daughter of the above
named Merced Abbot, George Abbot,
Catherine Abbot, Frank Abbot and the
city uf Los Augeles, defendants, a certified
copy ot which said deoree of foreclosure,
duly attested under the seal of said
superior Court on tho 20th day of May,
A. i>. 1881, and delivered to me, together
with the writ annexed thereto, on the
23d day of May, A. D. 1881, whereby I
am commanded to sell at public auction,
to the highest and best bidder, loreasb in
United States gold coin, the following
audio said decree described real estate,
to-wlt:
All that real properly in tho city of Los
Augeles, county of Los Angeles, State of
California, bounded and described as fol
lows, viz:
A lot on the west side of Main street,
the boundaries of which aro as follows:
Commencing at a point ou the west
side of Main street, being the northeast
corner of a lot now or formerly of I. W.
Hellman and formerly of the heirs of
Juan Domingo, deceased; theuce run
ning north easterly along the said line
of Main street sixty-five feet, more or
less, to lot formerly belonging to V, Sig
norat and afterwards parcuasedof h.f.
Tfcschmaeker; theuce northwesterly
along line of said Signoret lot to eastern
Hue ot Now High .street: thence
southwesterly along line ot New High
street sixty-five leet, more or less, to lot
of I. W. Hellman; thence southeasterly
aioug lot of Hellman to the poiut ot be
ginuiug.
Second—Alot bounded ou the west by
Main street und fronting thereon thirty
six teet; on the north by a lot formorly
owned by Pio Pico and on which the
Pico House stands; ou the east by San
chez street and having a frontage there
on of thirty-six feet, more or less, aud ou
tlie south by a lot formerly owned by
W.H. Perry and Wallace Woodworth,
the lot hereby described being the*arne
lot on which stands what is known as
Merced Theatre buiidiug.
Third—Alot bounded on the west by
Main btreetj on the north by lot foi"" ■••
ly vi Vt, H. Perry and Wallace m uud
wotth: ou the east by bandit a sired,
and ou the smah by lot now or foi merly
of K. a. MacDougal, having a frontage of
50 teet on Mam street and being same lot
lormerly ooottpled by William Abbot,
since deceased, as a furniture store.
Public notice Ls hereoy given that on
WEDNESDAY, THE 15tuj DAY
OF JUNK, A. D. 1881,
At 12 o'clock M. ot paid day, I will pro
ceed to Belt at thy Court House door iv
thu city and couuty of Los Angeies, State
uf California; at publio auction, to the
highest and best bidder for cash iv U. 8.
gold coin, to satisfy said decree for princi
pal and interest, attorneys' foes, costs and
all accruing costs, all the above described
real estato, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said sums,
Attested under my hand, at tlie city
and county of Los Angeies, state of Cali
fornia, this 23d day ol May, A. 1). 1881.
WM. K. HOW LAND,
Sheriff.
Ky JAS. C. KXYB, Under Sheriff.
SHERIFFS mA>X*M.
Execution No. 5021.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
County of Loj Angeles, Stato of Cali
fornia.
Jesus A. de Kepuivcdu, Plaintiff,)
vs. \
I'io Pico, Defendant. )
Under aud by virtue of an execution is
sued out of the Superior Court of the
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, ou the llth day of May, A. D. 1881, to
me directed and delivered on the 23d day
of May, A. D. 1881, for a judgment ren
dered in suld Court on the sth day of
February) A. D. 1881, in favor of Jesus A.
de Sepalveda, plaintiff, and against Pio
Pico, defendant, 1 have levied upon and
shall on
THURSDAY, THE ltith DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 18S1,
At 12 o'clock Tt, of said day, pruoeed to
sell, at the Court House door, in the city
and county of Los Angeles, State of Cal
iforuia, at publlo auction to the highest
aud best bidder for cash iv U. H. gold
coin, lo satisfy said Judgment
for a lion for costs In a
partition suit, witli interest and all
accruing costs, all tho right, title and
iuterestof said defendant in and to the
iollowing described real estate, to wit:
Commencing at tha northeastern cor
ner ot the tract of land allotted to Marta
Olivera de Altamirano on the western
side of San Pedro street, In the city and
county and State aforesaid, at a 2x3 red
wood post lv a live willow fence; thence
south 30ir'i degrees west along the west
ern side or San Pedro street ninety-one
(91) links to a 2x3 redwood post set in a
live fence at the end of a board fence aud
the southeastern corner of the tract of
land descri bed in the complaint; thence
running north 60% degrees west along a
board fence ou north line of land of lib
erie 4 MWOO chalus to the end of said
board fence and a 2x3 redwood post in a
live willow lence between the land de
scribed in complaint and said land ol
Vallinia Abila, thence north 32>£ degrees
east along said fence ninety-one(9l)llufes
to the southwestern corner of said tract
allotted to Marta Olivera de Altamlrano
heretofore; thence running south 6554
degrees east 4 87-HJOchains to the place of
beginning, containing 4J5-1C0E) acres of
land. Reference is hereby made to the
map annexed to the report for further
description ofthe tract ol land above de.
scribed.
.Attested under my hand, this 231 day
Of May, A. D. 1881.
w. k. Rowland. Sheriff.
liy J. C KAYS, Under Sheriff.
proposals"
For the Purchase of Forty-Six Bonds of
tho County ol Los Angeles.
OFFICII OF TUE TILEAHTJItrR OF THK)
CoCNIY OF LOS ANGKLKri, }
Los Angeles, Cal., Mfcy 12,1881. J
In accordance with a resolution of the
Board of Supervisors of Los Augeles
county, dated the fourth day of May,
18431, sealed proposals will be received by
the Treasurer of the county of Los Ange
las, at his office, lv the city and county
ot Los Augeles, until 10 o'clock A. m . on
June Cth, 1881, for the purchase of forty
six bonds of thecounty of Los Augeles,
of one thousand dollars each, bearing
interest at the rate of six per cent, per
annum, interest payable semi-annually,
on the lirsl days of January and July of
each year, both principal and Interest
payable in gold coin ofthe UnUed,States,
said bonds to run from the first day of
July, 1881, to the first day of July, 1901, or
payable at any time before maturity, at
the pleasure of the counly.
Said bonds are issued by the Board of
Supervisors ol Los Angeles county, un
der the provisions of Chapter 11. of the
Political code of California, and ln con
formity with a resoluiion of said Board
dated the fourth day of May, 1881.
Proposals will be received for purchas
ing auy or all of said bonds.
The county reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals.
M. XINDLEY,
Treasurer of Los Angeles County.
(|By E. F, SPENCE, Deputy. ial4-30d
NOTICE.
The publlo are hereby notified that
neither tbe agent or master of tbe British
shlp&cottl.b, Minstrel will be responsi
ble for any debt, contracted by any
member of lierorew.
mW-lir 0. H. MANSFIELD,
Agent.
LEGAL.
Sale of Real Estate
By Administrator with the will annexed.
In the Superior Court of Lob Ange
les County, State of California,
Iv tbe estate of Rosa Isabella D.
Baldwin, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that iv pursu
ance oi the (-rder ot said Superior Court
of the county of Los Angeles, state of
Calllornla, made on the 6th day of May,
A. D. 1881, in the matter of the estate of
Kosa Isabella v. Baldwin, deceased the
undersigned, administrator with the
will annexed or said estate, will sell at
private sale to the highest and best bid
der lor cash aud subject to the confirm
ation of said Superior Court, all tbe
right, title, interest and estate of the
said deceased at the time of her death,
aud ali the right, title and interest the
said estate has, by operation of law or
otherwise, acquired otber than or in ad- i
ditlon to that ofthe said deceased at the
tiniu of hor death iv aud to those certain
lots, pieces, or tracts of land lying and
being iv the count y ot Los Angeles, State
of California, and described us follows,
to wit:
First—Commencing at a forked willow
tree about □ Inches through, marked
S Ju, in black paint, which Is situated
near the bauk of the zunja or Irrigating
uiteh auu corresponds with and is Mia.
15 of a survey made iv December, 1870.
by 11. M. Johnson ofthe irrigable llatol
tne ttaneho Los Fella, reierenoe io
Which is her«by more particularly
made; thenue, following tho meanaer
line vi said survey m 0% degrees W one
Chain and eeveuiy-eight liuks; theuceN
40% degree* E31.76 cnaius; theuce H9i\
uegret* & 1.76 chains; theuce N 18Ude
grees W 8.53 ohalns J thence N 32% Ue
grees E 2.87 chains; theuce a 37% degrees
E 2.61 chains lo station 2-1 oi Johnson's
survey; thence 78)4 degrees £ g&M
cnalne.; thence S lv% degiees w 25.34
chains; tneui-e S 74% degrees W Lf.uu
chains; theuce N uu degrees W 8.00
chums to the poiut of beginning tho tv- <
tal area oi the land hereby conveyed i
beiug 64 5-100 acres uf land.
Second—Also tho one-filth interest in
about3,Booacresot that cerialu tract ot
lund situate, lying and being In tbe .
county ot Los Augeles, Mute ot Ualtlor* i
via, and more particularly described as l
follows, to wit: Commencing ut the i
river of Los Angeles, at an oaa tree, a i
laud-murk ol the rancho called "Provi
dencia," near a lluio kiln, aud running
theuce southwesterly uiong the bouuu- i
ary line of tald Ranoho La Provideucia <
to the Aliso tree of lhe uopulero; thence
easterly to the "Aguage do Mocoveuga;" i
thouco to a poiut lv hunt ofthe "Aguage
ael Suucito;" thence in another su a gut
line passing directly through the
Portezuela to the river ol Los >
Augeles; thence up thu channel
vi Lhe said river to the place oi '
beginning, tue land hereby Uescrlbed
being apart of the RaucUo Los Feliz,
granted io Hang* Yguucio Verdugo by
Manuel Micheltoreuu March 22, 1813,
saving and excepting from the lust
above described tract a certain parcel ol
laud described us follows: Commencing
at a redwood stake lv mound of stones <
marked P. D. S. 1, 4x4 inches iv diame
ter and distant hi lluks from the center
01 the Canal aud Reservoir Company's
ditch und on north side of same, from
which point a live-oak tree about 4 feet
in diameter und marked B, T.S. 1. P. It.,
bears N 43% degrees ifi 2.77 chains diy
tunt; another live-oak on opposite side
of Reservoir Company's diich about 4*
feet iv diameter, blazed and marked b.
T. N. 2y. IP. D., bears S 50% degrees E
220 chains, distaut, aud is oa the west
bank of a small gulch; ihence running a
lew links to the northward of Reservoir
Company's ditch N 75% degrees W 0.22
cuains to sandstone ruck uud slake
marked S. 2, 32 links from center of ditch
from which point a iive-u<tk tree about
2* leet in diameter near edgo of ditch
bears N 42% degeees W 8.23 chains dis
tant; another Jive-ouk about sumo size
bears N 37% degrees W about 3.Uochaius
distant auu 13E corner of Joso Pace's
auobe house bears N 40 degrees E 4,47
chains aud ls 1.08 chains long by 27 links
wide; a sycamore tree stands about cen
tre of rear uf house and is about 75 links
distant!rom house; another large live
oak ou nuilu -l ieof ditch uua immedi
ately ou edge vi - une bears s 65 degrees
El.23chains di&.mt; thence following
Reservoir and Qahui Company's ditch up
stream N 45% degrees W U.;i7 chains to a
stake 10 links distant from center of
diich aud marked S. 3; thenco N 88% de
grees W 2.61 chains to a stuke 27 links
distant from ceuter ol ditch and marked
5.4; lheuceSs7% degrees W I.si chains
to a siuke 27 liuks from center ot diich
aud marked S. 5; thence N 54% drgiees
W 3.05 chains to a stake 17 liuks irom
center of ditch and marked S. ti; theuce
N 5% degrees W 1.24 chains tou stake 11
liuns irom center ol ditch and marked S.
7; theuce N 08% degrees W 2.02 chains to
a stake 16 liuks from centerof ditch and
marked s. 8; thence N 1834 degrees El 4.58
cnams to a stake 11 links from ceuter of
ditch aud marked s. 9; theuce N 2 de
grees W 6.18 chains to a stake distant lit
links from center of ditch and marked s
IU; thence LS 23% degrees W 0.07 chaius to
a stake 33 links irom center uf ditch and
marked s. 11, from which point a live
oak tree 2 feet in diameter on E side of
ditch bears S 20% degrees E f>o links dis
tant; another live oak same size, same
side ol ditch, bears s 48% degrees E 50
liuks distaut; lheuce a lung ditch on hill
side N 6% degrees W 9.30 chains to a stake
11 liuks from ceuter ot ditch and marked
g. 12; thence N 85% degrees W 5.82 chains
tostake io links Irom ceuter of ditch and
marked S. 13; ihence JM 40% degrees W
;VOJ chains to a stake marked S. 11:
thence N Wa degrees E 11.03 chains to v
willow stump blazed and marked with
black paint s. 15; Ihence along ditch und
edge of small swamp NU% degrees W 1.78
chains to a stake lo links from center of
ditch and marked S. 10; thence Ni 40% de
grees E 2.75 chains to a stake 8 links from
center 01 ditch and marked S. 17; thence
SttS?4 degrees E 1.75 chains to a stake
marked m. 18, on easterly side of flood*
gate; thence N 32% degrees E I.3schains,
along centerof ruuuiug water uf ditch
aud through a deep cut which crosses
hill on point of which is located house
of R. Paco to slake marked S. 10; thenoe
N3% degrees W 2.28 chains to a stake
marked a. 20; thence N 16% degrees W
0.58 chains to a stake 20 links from center
of diich and marked 5.21; theuce N tl%
degrees E 2.87 chains to a stake IS liuks
from centre of ditch aud marked s, jfSi
thenco N 37% degrees E 201 chains to 1
stake marked S. 23; tbence N 4% degrees
W 4.47 chains to stake 25 links from ditch
and marked S. 24; thence LS 11% degrees <
w 415 chains to a stake 15 liuks from
ditch andmarked S. 25; thence LS 35% d- ■
grees X 6.25 chains to a stake lv Hubs
from center of ditch aud marked s 20- •
theuce N 11% degrees w 2.82 chains to a
stake marked S, 27; theuce on side of 1
hiil between ditch aud road N 12% de- 1
grees W 2.39 chains to stake on edge ol
road marked S. 28; thence N is-2% de
grees W 5.97 chains to stiJte on edgo ol
road and marked s. 29; thence N20% de- 1
grees W 4.87 chains to a stake on edge ol
ditch and marked S. 30; theuce a.ong
edge of dttch N 33 degrees W 500 chalus
to stake on edge of road and marked s
31; thence N 34i4 degrees W 4.01 chaius
to a stake between road aud d'tch and
marked S. 32; thence afoug Canal and
Reservoir Company's ditch N 2J$ decrees
W 3.40 chains to a stake marked 3. 83:
lheuce following meanders of river bank'
N 83% degrees fij 4.70 chains to a stake at
head of deep wash and marked s. 3-p
thence N degrees E 3.61 chains to a
stake oa edge of bank marked S 3r
the nee N 25 degrees E 4.26 chains to a
stake on westerly side of zanja marked
S. 36; theuce N 4j% degrees E 10.00 chaius
lo stake marked S. 87; thence N 18 de
grees E 1.67 chains to a stake marked B 1
from which poiut a willow tree mark-*
ed B. T.S. 38 P. D. bears N 41% degrees E i
6.1 links distant; thence S 78* degrees >• 1
12.70 chains to stake marked S. 39: thence
S 24% degrees X 7.04 chains to stake
marked s, 40; thenoe S 7% degrees X 8 00
chains to sU.ce murked s. 41; thence s 4
degrees W 14 ,1 chains to stake murked
S, 42; thenvt* S 2=% degrees X 11,68
chains to stasce marked 8, 43; theuce
574% degrees E LU chains to oak post 1
ln line ot willow fence marked S. 44 P.D *
thence S. 10% degrees W. 34.42 chains
along said willow fence to stuke in line
of fenoe and marked S. 45; l hence H. J V .
degrees E. 15.15 chains to stake marked
S. 46; thenceS. 3V% degrees E. 11.58 chains
to stake marked ». 47; thence S. 80<% de
grees E. 6.85 chains to stake marked 8
48; theuce 5.38 degrees E. 13.37 chulns to
pest in line of willow fence at Intersec
tion of said fence with L. A. C. W. W. Go's
ditch und marked P. D. S. 49; thence S
63% degrees W. 808 chains along live
willow fence to stake marked S. 50*
thence N. 77 degrees W. 59 chains
to stake marked S. 51; thenco s
58 degrees W. 6.88 chains to stake 1
marked S. 52; theuce s. 22% W. 14 50 1
chains to stake marked S. £3; thence H
11% degrees W. 10.13 chains to staae 4x4 ,
Inches in diameter In mound ol stones <
and marked P. D. B.l,the place of begin- >
nlng and containing 328.3:t.9j acres of ■
laud and being the same tract of land >
within the exterior boundaries of which '
is included tbe 64 acre tract hereinbefore ,
desorlbed, aud all of said lands being 1
within the exterior boundaries of the
Kancho "Los Jfellz" and lormlng a pun t
thereof. (
Also, all the water rights, easements 1
and servitudes to each or said different 1
tracts belonging or ln any way appor- l
taming.
Said sale will hm made on or after the '
BTH DAY OF JUNE, 1881. >
All bids or offers must be !■ writing
and will be received at the office of
Messrs. Phillip A Baldwin, No. 57 Main t
street, Los Angeles city, cal*., or aa/ be 1
• - ■ V liMtrafl''T'-if "H* tittt 1 T'' -Vigil
LEGAL.
delivered to tbe administrator personal
ly.or filed with the Clerk of said Buperlor
Court, at any timo after the first publica
tion of this notice and before lhe making
ofthe sale.
, Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per
cent, of the purchase money to be paid
upon notice of accept ance of bid, balance
on coflrmntlon of sale by said Httperior
Court. Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated Los Angeles, Cal.. May Bth, 1881.
JOHN M.DALDWIN,
Administrator with the wl 11 annexed of
the estate of Kosa Isabel la D. Baldwin,
deceased.
Easlmun, Haley, Klug * Robartß, At
torneys for tho estate.
MORTCaSE sale.
Execution K°- ~ •
In U.v r -*nt>rior Court ♦ft,'.-.* couuty
cf Loj Ajagralfce., mate *f
California.
Edward L. Mayberry, Plaintiff,]
vs. J
Merced Abbot el at, Defendants.)
Under aud by virtue of a decree of fore
closure and order of saie en
tered in tbe Superior Court
of thecounty of Los Angeles, Htateof
California, on I he ly Inlay of May, A. D.
1,-si, und a wi it of execution forthe en*
forceinentof judgment requiring sale of
property under foreclosure of mortgage,
issued out of said Court, annexed to suld
decree aud dated the 20t h day of May, A.
D. 1881, in the above entiled action and
in favor of Edward L. Mayberry, plain
tiff, and against Merced Abbot, alius
Merced Garcia de Abbot. John Abbot,
Salinas Abbot, William Aubot, Aaron
Abbot, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot,as
executrix of the lust will und testament
of William Abbot, deceased, Merced
Abbot, daughter of the above named
Merced Abbot, Frank Abbot, George
Abbot, Catariua Abbot and the City of
Los Angelea, defendants, a certified copy
of which said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seat of said Court on
the 20th day of May, A. D. 1881, aud de
livered to me, together with the writ an
nexed t hereto, on the 27th day of May,
A. D. 1881, whereby 1 am commanded to
aell at public auction, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash in U. S. told coin,
the following and in said decree de
scribed real estate, to wit:
First—Alot bounded on the west by
Main street and fronting thereon thirty
six feet; on the north by a lot lormerly
owned by Pio Pico and ou which tho Pico
House stands; on the east by Sanchez
street and having a frontage thereon of
86feet, more or less; and on tho south
by a lot formerly owned by W. 11. Perry
aud Wallace Woodworth, the lot hereby
described being the same lot ou which
stands what is known as tbe Merced
Theater building.
Second—Alot hounded on tbe west by
Main street, on the north by lot former
ly of W. H. Perry and Wallace Wood
worth; on tbo east by Sanchez street,
and on the south by lot now or formerly
oil l '. A. MucDougall, having a frontage
of about 30 feet on Main street and au
equal irontage on Sanchez street, and
beiDg the same lot occupied by William
Abbot, since deceased, as a furniture
Store.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THE Slat DAY OF
JUNK, A. D. 1881,
At 12 o'clock v, of said day, I will pro
ceed to sell, at tbe Court i muse door, in
tho city and county of Los Angeles, State
of Calllornla, at public auction, lo the
highest and best bidder for cash in U. S.
gold coin, to satisfy suld decree'lor prin
cipal and interest, attorney's fees, costs
and all accruiug costs, all the above de
scribed real estate, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said sums.
Given under my hand, this 27th dayof
May, A. D. 1881, W. 11. ROWLAND,
Sheriff.
By Jab. 0. Ens, Under Shorn.'.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Of tbe Slate of California, in and
for the Couuty of Los Angeles.
In tlie matter ofthe estate or)
Nicolas Qulrolo, deceased, i
It appearing to this Court by the peti
tion this day presented aud Sled by Re
fugia Quirolo, the administratrix of the
estate of Nicolas Qulrolo, deceased,
praying for an order of sale of
real estate; that it is necessary to sell
tbe whole of the real estate lo pay the
allowance to the family, the debts out
standing ugaiust tho deceusod and the
debts, expenses uud charges of adminis
tration:
It is therefore ordered by the said
Court, lhat ail persons interested tv the
estate of said deceased appear before the
said Superior Court ou 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 Houso, in the city and county of
Los Angeles, to showcause why an order
should not be granted to the suld admin
istratrix to sell so much of the real estate
of the said deceased as shall be neces
sary.
And that a copy of this order be pub
lished at least four successive weeks In
the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a news
paper printed and published In said city
aud county.
V. E. HOWARD,
Superor Judge.
Dated Muy 16th, 1881.
T hereby certify the foregoing, lo be a
full, true aud correct copy of tlVoriginal
order to show cause, etc., in Uw estate of
Nicolas Qulrolo, deceased, ou file in
my office, and that I have carefully com
pared the same with the original.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
pet my band and affixed the seal of the
Superior Court, this 15tu day of May, ISSI.
iseah] a, W. POTTS. Olerk.
. H. Owen, Deputy. ml7td
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.—
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, executrix oi the last will and tes
tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceased, to
thecreditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to ex
hibit them, with the necessary vouch,
ers, within four months after the Srst
publication of this notice, to 1 he said ex
ecutrix, at the office of her attorney, No.
14 Temple Block, lv Ibe city of Los An
geles, iv thejcounty of Los Angeles, State
of California.
Dated at Los Angeles, May 17,1881.
AD ALINE WRIGHT,
Executrix, etc., of Jacob L. Wright, de
ceased. mylB-iw
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Los Angeles Oil Company,
Location of principal place of business,
Los Augeles, California.— Location
of works, Ventura couuty,California.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
lug of tho hoard of Directors of this com
pany held on tho 10th day of May,
1881, an assessment (No. 14) of fifteen
(15c) cents per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the company, payable
immediately, in U. S. gold coin, to the
Secretary, at room No. 5, Temple block,
city of Los Angeles.
And any stocic upon which this assess
ment remains unpaid on Tuesday, the
88th dayof Juno, lutl. will be delinquent
and advertised for saleatpublic auction;
and, unless payment Is made before, will
be sold on Tuesday, the huh day of July,
1881, to pay delinquent assessments, costs
Of advertising and expenses of sale.
W. J. NEELY, Secretary,
No. 5, Temple Block.
Los Angelea, May 23,1881. 4w
Assessment Notice.
Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com*
paay—Location of works. Raiting
springs, Inyo counly, California—Lo
cation ol principal place Of business
Los Angeles, Los Angelea county.
Califoruia, *
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the hoard of Directors of said
Company held on tiie thirteenth day of
May, 1881, an assessment, numberßix (6),
of one dollar and seventy-live cents per
share was levied on the entire capital
stock of said corporation, payable Imme
diately in lawful money, to J. M. Elliott
Secretary of laid Company, at his omwj'
No. 1 Temple Block, in the city and*
county of Los Augeles, Stateof Califor
nia.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on Tuesday, the sth
day of July, 1881, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at publlo auo; ion ■
and, unless payment Is made before, will
be sold on Tuesday, the Sth day of Au
gust, 1881, to pay said delinquent assess
ment, together with cost of advertising
and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
J. H. ELLIOTT. Secretary.
Office of Secretary, No. 1 Temple Bleck
' cl.y and county of Los Angeles, Califor
nia, mil 4w i
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LEGAL.
SUMMONS.
In the Superior Oourt
Of the State of Califoruln, lv *
for tbe County of Los A-iselea.
Francisco Grazide, plaintiff, vs. Oliver
Devlllers, defendant.
Action brought ln the Superior Court
of the Slate of California, lv and for Iho
couuty of Los Angeles, uud the com
plaint filed tn said county of Los Auge
les, ln the office of the Clerk of said su
perior Court.
ThePeopleof the Stato of California
send greeting to Oliver Devlllers, do.
fendant.
You arc hereby required to appear in
an action brought ugaiust you by the
above named plaint ill lv the Superior
Court of tbe State of California, lv uud
for the county of Los Angeles, and lo an
swer the complaint tiled therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of service)
after the service ou you of this Nummons
—If served within this county; or, it
served elsewhere, within thirty days—or
Judgment by default will betaken aiialust
you according to the prayer of said com
plaint.
The said action Is brougbt to obtain a
decree of this Court for the foreclosure of
a certain mortgage described ln tbe said
complaint, and executed by tbe said O.
Devlllers to C. Grazide, ou theBd day ol
October, 187G, the payment of v
certuln jpromlssnrv note, mude on the 3d
day of October, 1876, by O. Devlllers. for
the sum of $300 gold coin, with Interest
at the rate of IV, per cent per month from
date until paid, and payablo to the said
C. Grazide; that tho premises conveyed
by said mortgage may bo sold, aud the
proceeds applied to the payment of 8301)
gold coin, with interest ut the rate of 1%
percent per month Iroui October 3,1870,
and lor ID per cent as attorney's lees, as
provided for In said mortgage, aud costs
of suit; and lv case uuch proceeds are
not sufficient to pay the same, then to ob
tain an execution against said defendant
forthe balance remaining due; and also
that the defendant and all persons claim
ing by, through or under lilm,mny be
barred aad foreclosed of all right, title,
claim, lien, equity of redemption and In
terest In and to paid mortgaged premiseis l
and for other and further relief.
1 Reference is had to coniplulut for par
ticulars.
Aud you aro hereby notlUed that If you
fail to appear aud answer the said com
plaint, as above required, the said plain
till will apply to the Court for the reliel
demanded in the said complaint.
Given under my baud and the seal of
the Superior Court of the stale til Cali
fo.nla. In and for the county ol Loa Auge
les, this 4th day of March, In the
year of our Lord.ono thousand eight bnb
dred and eighty-one.
LSoal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By A. RIMPAU. Deputy.
Endorsed:
Walter d. Stephenson,
uiB-2m Attorney for Plaiutli).
Summons.
In the Superior Court of the stale of
California, in and for the county of Los
Angelea.
The Farmers' and Merchants' l!ank of
Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, vs.
Crlstoval Machado et al, defendants.
Action brought in the Superior Court
of the State of California, iv aud for the
couuty of Los Angeles, and the com
plaint filed in said icouiily of Los Auge
les, in the offlce of tho Clerk of said su
perior Court.
ThePeopleof the Slate of California
send greeting to Cristoval Machado. .loa
qmn Almada and T. D. Motl, Harris
Newmark, Kuspar Cohn, Meyer J. New
mark, Morris A. Newmark, composing
the firm of H. Newmark & Co., aud I.W.
Hellman, defendants.
You are hereby required to appear in
an action brought against you by tbe
above named plaintiir In the Superior
Courtof the State of California, lv and
for thecounty of Los Angeles, and to an
swer tho complalut filed therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of servicc-J
utter the service on you of this summon*
—if served within this county; or, if
served elsewhere, within thtrty days—or
ludgment by default will bo taken
against you, according to the prayer of
aaid complaint.
The suld action is brought to obtain a
decreo of tbis Court for tbe foreclosure of
a certain mortgage described In the said
complaintand executed by the said Crls
toval Macbado to the plaintiff herein
on the first day of November, A D 1870, to
secure the payment of acertaln promis
sory note of date Oct. 31st, 1870, for the
sum of JlOOO.wlth interest thereon from
date UU paid at the rate ot 11$ percent,
per month; If not paid punctually to he
compounded and bear like Interest; exe
cuted by defendant Cristovul Maohado
to the plaintiff'herein (all ln TJ. S. gold
coin); lhat the premises conveyed by
said mortgage may be sold and the pro
ceeds applied to the payment of the said
principal sum of 81000, with interest at
the rate of one and one-hull per cent per
mouth, compounded monthly, from tbe
30th day of April, A. D. 1879; 827.18 taxes
paid March 12, 1878; $33.63 on 20th Match,
1879; 881.04 paid on sth February, 1880;
815.00 paid Dec. 80, 1880 ; 819.10 paid Febru
ary Ist, 1881, with interest thereon at tho
rate of 1% per cent per month till paid
Irom their respective dales; counsel lees
at the rate of 10 per cent ou theamouut.
of ludgment recovered, aud for costs of
suit; and in case such proceeds aro not
sufficient to pay tho same,
then to obtaiu an execution
ugaiust said Crlsloval Machado lor the
balance remaining due; and also that
the defendants, and all persons claiming
hy,through or under them,may be barred
aud foreclosed of all right, title, claim,
lien, equity of redemption und Interest
lv and to said mortgaged premises, and
for oilier und further relief.
Reference is had to complaint for par
ticulars.
And yon are hereby notified that If you
fall to appear aud answer the said com
plaint as above required, tho said plaiu
i Iff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded lv the said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the Superior Court of the State of Califor
nia, tv and for the county of Los Ange
les,this sth dayof February, lntheyear
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-one.
(Seal.) A.W. POTTS. Clerk.
By VS. H. OWEN, Deputy.
THOM <S STEPHENS,
mr3o'2m Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Superior Court
Of I.rsj Angeles County, State of
of Cullforuia.
L. \V. Kirby, an Insolvent Debtor, vs.
His Creditors.
Tho petition of Morllz Meyberg, as
signee of L. W. Kirby, above entitled
Insolvent debtor, coining on regularly
for hearing this day, and it appearing to
the satisfaction ol tbis Court that there
has been a failure of proper publication
of notice to creditors of said insolvent
estate of said bearing, hy reason of the
lallureof the Clerk of this Court to mall
or to serve personally said creditors
with copies of the order heretofore made
setting this matter for hearing, as or
dered by this Court by order made and
filed of date May 4,1881.
It ls hereby ordered that tbo order
hereinbefore made on the 4th day ol
May, 1881, setting the petition ofthe said
assignee for sale of assets of 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 suld assignee tbe
said order ls hereby set aside and vacat
ed; and, It appearing to the Court from
the records herein that Mofltz Mey
berg, assignee of L. W. Kirby, above-en
titled insolvent, did on the 4th day ol
May, 1881, present loan,! file in this Court
his petition praying for an order to sell
nil tho property of said estato ln him
veetod us such assignee at publio auc
tion:
It is hereby ordered that
MONDAY, THU SOU! DAY OF MAY,
1881. at the Western 0.111 rt Room of
this Court, ut the Court House, ln the city
aud counly of Los Angeles, state of Cali
fornia, at tho nourof ten o'clock A, m., be
set for the hearing of said petition.
And that this order be published ln the
Dally Herald, a newsnaper of general
circulation, published in tho city ond
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, as often as tne said paper Is pub
lished belore tbe said day set for the
hearing of said petition; and that a copy
of this order be served by the Clerk of this
Court forthwith by United States mail,
postage prepaid, or personally, on all
creditors named ln the schedule.
Dated May 16,1881.
V. E. HOWARD,
myl7td Judge of the Superior Court.
For Sale.
TEN OR TWENTY ACRES of GOOD
LAND, near tbe city, well improved,
with bearing trees and grapevines, and a
house, barn, windmill, etc.
Alto, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES,
near tbe Normal School grounds, will be
aold oheap.
For particulars enquire of H. ED
WARDS, at the Central stable., Spring i
.trwt, opposite the Court Hou.e. aw-lm
LEGAL.
Administrator's Sale of
Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that Iv pursu
anco ol an order of the Superior Court nf
lhe couuty of Los Augeles, state of Cal
ifornia, made on the fourth day ot May,
1881, in the matter of the estate or David
Phillips, deceased, the undersigned, tho
admiuistralor ul tho estate of David
Phillips, deceased, will sell at public
auction, to tbe highest bidder, for cash
in U. S. Bold coin and subject to confir
mation by said superior Court, on
MONDAY, THE SIXTH DAY
OF JUNE, 1881,
At eleven o'clock a. m., In front of the
Sheriff's office, at tho Court Houso of
said county, in tho city and couuiy of
Los Angeles,all the right , title, interest
aud estate of tbe said David Phillips at
the time of his death, and all tho right,
title uud interest that the suld estate bus,
by operation ot law or otherwise, ac
quired other than or in addition to that
of the said deceased at tlie time
of hia death, in and to all that certain
lot, piece or parcel of laud situate, lying
aud being in the suld olty »nd county 01
Los Angeles, State of California, and
bounded and deerlbed as follows, lo wit:
Lot No. fi of block 101, Bcllevuc Terrace
Tract, according to the survey of said
tract made by Frank Lccouvreur, Said
lot fronts UU leet on Olive Street by 103
leet deep.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash in
U. S. gold coin, payable at time of sale,
to be refunded should the Superior Court,
luil tocouilrm the sale,
J. A. GRAVES,
Administrator of the estate of David
Phillips, deceased. luTtd
Notice to Oi-ociitot'H.
Iv tbe Superior Court of Los Ange
les oounty, Stateof Califoruia.
In the matter of the estate of MAT*
THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notice Is
hereby given by the undersigned, execu
tor of the last will and test
ament of MATTHEW KELLER,
deceased, to tho creditors of and all per*
sons having claims ugaiust the said de
ceased,to exhibit them, with the necessa
ry vouchers, within ten mouths after the
lirst publication of this notice to the
aaid executor, at his place of business,
the Farmers' and Merchants' Hank of
Las Angeles, In the city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia.
Dated May 14,1881.
l-iAUS VV*. HELLMAN,
Executor of the* last will and testa
ment of Matthew Keller* deceased.
mylMw
In tho Superior Court
Of the county of Lob Angeles, State
or California.
Iv the matter i r ■ .ii; of Maria
Antoula VIHh d- i: - •« _vo.
tICO to C.iU i >. , ;.i
en by tbe undersigned, JoseYsldro Rey* »,
administrator, and Franoisca Reyes, ad
ministratrix of the estato of
tlie said Maria Autoula Villa de
Reyes, deceased, to the creditors
Of, and all persons having claims against
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers,within(4) four months
from the first publication of this notice,
lo the said administrator and adminis
tratrix, at tbe offices of their attorneys
Messrs. Smith, Brown & Hutton, attor
neys ut law. rooms numbered 91, 92 and
98, Temple Block, in tne city of Los An
geles, Stateof California.
Dated Los Angeles, California, May
13th, A. D. 1881.
J. YSIDRO REYES,
Administrator of tho estate of Maria
Anton ia Vlllade Reyes, deceased,
FRAN CISC A REYES,
Administratrix of the estate of Maria
Antouia Villa de Reyes, deoeased.
m 13:1 m
Execution No. 879.
In tlie Superior Court of the county
of Loa Angeles, Stateof Califor
nia.
Commercial Bank of Lrs Augeles,!
a corporation, Plaintiff, i
against l
Tiie Los Angeles and Aliso Avenue f
Street Railroad Company, a cur- |
poration, Defendant.
Under and by virtue of uu execution
issued out of the Superior Courtof the
county of Los Angeles, Slate of Califor
nia, on tbe 20th day of May, A D. 1681, to
me directed and delivered on the 23d day
of May, A. D. 1881, for a Judgment ren
dered in said Court on the Until day of
Way, A. D. 1881, in favor of the Commer
cial Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation,
plaintiff, and against the Los Angelew
and Aliso Avenue Street Railroad com
pany, a corporation, defendant, I have
levied upon and shall on
WEDNESDAY, THE 15th DAY
OF JUNE, A. D. ISSI,
At 12;yo o'clock v. M. of said day, pro
ceed to sell,ut the Court House door, in
the oity and counly of Los Angeles, State
of California, fit publlo auction, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash lv U.
S. gold coin, to snlisfy said Judgment,
with interest, costs aud all accruing
cols, nil the right, title and interest, of
said defendant in and to the following
described property, situate in the city
and couuty of Los Angeles, California,
lowit:
The street railroad belonging to said
defendant, commencing at a point ou
Main street, near Temple Block, in tho
city of Los Augeles, and extending up
Main street to Arcadia street, down Ar
cadia to Allso, and extending on Aliso
street to the easteru line of the tract
known as Boyle Heights, to the end of
said street railroad, together with the
track, road-bed, franchise und all rights
of way and privileges appurtenant to
said roadorthoreto belonging.
Given under my baud, this 23d day of
May, A. D.JBBL
W. R. ROWLAND. Sheriff.
By J. C. KAYS. Under Sheriff.
In the Superior Court
Of the County of Loa Angeles, Btate
of California.
Tv lhe matter of the guardianship of
William H. Haskina aud Louis P.
Husking, minors.
It appearing to this Court from the pe
tition this day presented aud filed by
Henry Huakin, the guardian of the per
sons and estates of William H. Haskiu
auu Louis P. Hnskln, minors,praying for
an order of sale of certain real estate
belonging tobis said wards; that it would
be beneficial to each of said wards that
such real estate should bo sold:
It is hereby ordered that the next of
kin ofthe said wards, and all persons in
terested In th© said estate, appear before
this Court, ou
MONDAY, THE HTH DAY OF JULY,
A. D. 1881,
At ll o'clock a. m., at the court-room of
this Court, at tho Court Houso, in tho
city and county of Los Angeles, then and
there to show cause why an order should
not be granted for the sale of such estate.
Aud it is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published at least three
successive weeks before the said day oi
Hearing, in the Los Angeles Daily Her
ald, a newspaper printed and published
iv said county of Los Augeles.
Dated June uth, issi.
V. Fi. HOWARD,
Judge ol (ho Superior Court , Los Augeles
couuty.
1 hereby certify tlio foregoing to bo a
full, true aud correct copy of the original
order to snow cause on petition to sell real
estate iv guurdiansliip of Wm. H. Has
kin ct al., minors, on hie in my
office, and that 1 have carefully compar
ed the same with the original.
In witness whereof I have hereunto Mt
my hand and affixed the seal of
the Superior Court, this tilh duy of
June, ISSI.
ISeal. | A. W. POTTS,
Couuty Clerk.
By E. H. 0 WEN, Deputy. Jootd
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Tho Annual Meeting of thp Stookhold.
its of the Kurraeris' uud Merchant),'' Hank
of Los Angeles, will ho held at lliu liauk
Building, on
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6M, NIXT,
At 4 o'clock p. m., for tho eleotion or a
Boark of Trustees and tor the transac
tion of suoh other business as may be
brought before them.
JOHN MILNER, Secretary.
Los Angsles, Cal., June 7,1881. id ,
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Popular Monthly Drawing of tbe
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On Thursday June 30, lMfetl.
These drawings, occur monthly (Sun
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Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri
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2ii—lts drawings are fair.
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prizes for the
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1 Prlxe....._ „ 6,01:0
10 Prizes, $1000 each 10,000
30 Prizes, 8600 each 10,000
100 Prizes, (100 each 10,000
800 Prizes, 160 eaoh 10,1)011
600 Prizes, 120 each _ 12,010
1000 Prizes, JlO each 10.0C0
0 Prizes, $300 each, Approxlma.
tiou prizes 3,700
0 Prizes, 8200 each, Approxima
tion prizes 1,800
8 Prizes, 1100 eaoh, Approxima
tion prizes 910
mo Prizes 4112.400
Whole Tickets, 82. Half Tloxets, |L
27 Tickets, 160. 6i Tickets, $luo.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter
or send by Express. Don't send by reg
istered letter or Postoffloe order. Orders
of 86 and upward, by Express, oan be
sent at our expense. Address all order
R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Jonrn.il building, Louisville, Ky.
orT. J. OOMMERFORD, SOB Broadway.
Now York. ud-dAw
FOR SALE.
THE SISTERS OF CHARIIY
OFFER Til X
Los Angeles Infirmary
AND GROUNDS FOR SALE.
The grounds are highly Improved and
contain a largo number or bearing or
ange, lemon and deciduous fruit trees.
»• For terms apply on the premises.
Ja7lf
Christy & Wise.
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
tbe sale of Wool, Hides, Tallow.
Grain, Live Stock, eto.
Also, Wool Baga, Twine, Dip, and all
Ranch Supplies furnished customers at
lowest rate,.
•07 FRONT ST.. between Jackson and
Pacific, B\N FRANCIgCO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE,
fW-lm 1 *iB"ftIHA AUtOOS*

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