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Dr. Talmaga on Monopoly. IFroci tho Kew York Berald l After the congregation in the Brooklyn Tabernacle, yesterday morning, bad sung, "My Country, 'tis of Thee," Or.Taimage announc ed bis text from Isaiah lxli., 41 — " Tby land ehall be married." He said: I propose to name some of the suitors who are claiming the hand of this Republic. In tbe first place there is a greedy, all-grasping monster who cornea lv as a suitor eeeking the hand of this Republic, and tnat monster is monopoly. His sceptre is made out of tbe iron or tbe rail track and tbe iron of tbe telegraphy. He does everything for his own advantage and for the robbery of the people. Things have gone on from bad to worse, until in the three Legislatures of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania for the most part monopoly decides everything. If monopoly favors a law it is passed. Monopoly stands in tbe railroad depot putting into his pocket in one year $200,000,000 in excess of all reasonable charges for service. Monopoly holds in its one band the steam power of locomotion, and in tbe other the electricity of swift communication. Monopoly has the Republican party in one pocket and tbe Democratic party ln tbe other pocket. Monopoly de cides nominations and elections — city elections, State election, na tional elections. With bribes it takes tbe votes of legislators, giv ing them free passes, giving ap pointments to needy relatives of lu crative positions, employing them as attorneys If they are lawyers, carrying their goods a large per centage less if they are merchants, and If it finds a case very stubborn as well as Important, puts down before bim the bard cash of bri- bery. I tell you that the overshadow log curse of the United States to day is monopoly. It puts its haud on every bushel of wheat, upon every eaek of salt, upon every ton of coal, and every man, woman aud child in tbe United States feels the touch of that moneyed despotism. I rejoice that in tweuty-four States of the Union already anti-monopo ly leagues have beeu established. God speed them in tho work of lib eration! I wish that this question might be the cjuestiou of the next Presidential electiou, for between this and that lime we can compel the political parties to recognize it in their platforms. Monopoly, brazen-faced, Iron fingered, vulturt-hearted monopo ly, proposes bis hand, oilers his hand to this Republic Let the millions of tbe people—North, South, East and Weat—forbid the bans of that marriage, forbid them at tbe balloi-bnx, forbid tbem by great organizations, forbid them by tbe overwhelming iontirrri • of at: outraged nation, forbid itieui i>y the protest of the Church of God, forbid them by prayer to high heaven, that Herod shall not have this Abigail. SIX MONTHS DRIFTING. Dins Japaaeis Sailors ia a Dismantled Sbip. The steamship City of Peking, eeventeen days from Yokohama, arrived in Han Francii-co Sunday. The tollowiuir particulars of the fortuuate rescue of a parly of tail ors who wero lost ou tlin ocean tire related by one of tbe passengers: The Becoud day out from Yokc hame it was our good fortune to rescue vino men frooi a dismasted helpless Japanese vessel which bad been blown oil the coast of Japan "from the entrance to the buy of Yeddo during a typhoon. Tueir account of the disaster Is that tlie storm occurreil ou the 9tli of De cember last. They lost their masts and rudder ami had been drifting at the mercy of tho winds, they knew not where. After their own provisions were exhausted tliey subsisted on their cargo, mostly beans and dried Dab, aud such rain water as tbey could catch during the six months which had elapsed since the typhoon occurred. They had burned most or the small woodwork, doors, berths, windows, etc., of tbelr vessel for fuel, aud were on short food rations, forty beans per day for each man being the allow ance. Their tire, wheu put out from time to time, they had rekin dled by rubbing two pieces of wood together. Tkey had given up all hope of ever seeirg laud or any thing human again, wheu on Bat urday, the 28th of Muy, iv latitude itß deg 37 sec. north, loogitude 143 deg. 54 sec. east, übout 300 miles from tbe bay of Yeddo and Yoko hama, they sighted the Peking on the wide waste of water. Captain Berry, in answering to their Biu uals of distress bore dowu and aent oue of the boats off with mi officer aud the doctor to examine Into tbelr sanitary condition, and 1 lie poor souls were soon landed ou our deck. Oue of their number hud died the day previous from expos ure, hunger and anxiety. The passengers, aided by Captalu Horry, gave a concert on board for the benefit of tbo destitute ones, which netted a purse of $141. Distinguished Visitors. O. A. La Dow, agent of the agri cultural department at Washing ton, has beeu spending a few days at Hanta Barbara. l'Vlday and Hat urday last he visited the principal residences at Moutecito and Carpiu leria, and Col. Hnllister's Glen Anne, aud Ellwood Cooper's place at Ellwood. F. T. Blckford, Wash ington correspondent of tlie New York Tribune, accompanies Mr. La Dow. The latter getitleman goes to Los Augele* to-night by the Ori zaba, but Mr. Bickford will remain witb us for a Week or more. Both these gentlemen express them selves much pleuseil with tbe rare productiveness of the soil iv Hunta Barbara.—,?a/if« Barbara Press, June 13th. BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! Ocean Hoiteie, ei4s> f Ocean Avenue, Banta Monica. aarFirst-class iv Every Iteipeul.-wa This popular house having been thor oughly renovated and refitted, Is open tor Ibe accommodation of tbe public. THS! TABLE will be supplied with all be luxuries tbe market adorns. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apajtf Proprietress. $Xdi Sa Stand " °<!rm s 'free" "rR CO.. Augusta, Maine. marisderwiy MEDICAL. OR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are Dot advertised us M cure-alls," but areepeciflosln tbe diseases for wblob they are recommended. NATURAL SELECTION. Investigators or natural science have demonstrated beyond controvery that throughout the animal kingdom the "survival of the fittest" Is tho »nly law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not tbe same principle govern the commercial prosperity of mun? An in terior cannot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason of superior merit, Dr. I'lerce's Standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their safe In the United States alone exceeds one million dollars per annum, while tlie amount ex ported foots up lo several hundred thousands more. No business conld grow to such gigantic proportions nnd rest up on uuy other basis than that of merit, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is Pleasaut to Use. Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its cures extend over a period or Twenty Years. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy lw sale Cju< tanUv Increases. Or.Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by its Mild, Soothing Effect. Dr.Scge'sCatarrh Remedy Cures "Cold in Head" and Catarrh,ot fretne. AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. rtoCKPor.T, Mass., April 2,1577. Ma, Editok: —Having read In your pa> fier reports of the remarkable cures ol ca arrh. 1 am Induced to tell " what I know about catarrh." and I fanoy the "snuff" and "Inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would be glaU If they could embiaxon a similar cure ln tbe papers. For 20 years I suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages became completely closed. "Snuff," "dust," "ashes," "lubalins tubes." and "stioks" wouldn't work, though at Intervals I would sniff up tbe so-called catarrh snuff, until I became a valuable tester lor such medicines. I gradually grew worse, aud no one can know bow much I suffered or what a t'llaerable being I was. My bead ached over my eyes until I was conOued to my bed tor many successive days, suffering ihe most intense pmu. which at oue time lasted continuously for His hours. All sense ol smell and taste goae, sight aud hearing Impaired, body snrunken and weakened nervous system sun: tored aud constitution broken, and I was hawking and splttlug seven-eighths of the time. 1 prayed lor death to relieve me ol mv suffering. A favorable uotlce in your paper of Dr. Sage's Catarra iteiuedy w- Saoed me to puronase a package ana use It wUh Dr. Pierces Jiasal Douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostaiio pics sure, the only way compatible with comm on sense. Well. .Mr. Editor, it did not cure me lv thrce-:ourths of a second, nor in one hour or mouth, but iv less than eight miuutes I was relieved, and iv three mouths entirely cured, and have remained so over sixteen mouths. While using the Catarrh remedy, I used Dr. flaree's uoideu Median! Discovery to pu rity say blood and -irengthcn mystoiii »ch. I also kept my liver active aud oovvels regular by tbe use of his Pleasjmt Purgative Pellets, limy experience Will induct other suiTerers lo 6cek the samo menus oi relief, Ui.a letter will have aa swered its purpose. yours iiaiy, a. I>. REMICK. A CLOUD Oi WIMIiSSEa.-The roi lowing nanied parties are among tne thousands who have been cured of oa* tarrb by tho use ol Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy: A W lJowus, New Ueucvu, Pa; D J Brown, £t Joseph, Mo; E KuUuud, VI; Levi springer. Nettle Lake, Ohio; ChaaNorcrop,fl't h c hesterneld.Me; Milton Joues, Borlba, NY; J E Miller, BridgerStation, Wy>; J oMerrtman,Lo. transport, l"d; M M Post, Logauspon, lud;J W Bailey/Treiuout, Pa; H li Ai res, La Pone, lud; Jessie MSears.it Branch, Ind: L Williams, Canton. Missouri: W A Thayer, Onarga, III; s B Nichols, Jr,Gal vaston.Texas: Jonas c' Kelueri. stoues ville.Pa; S W Lusk, Mcp'arland. Wis! lobnson Williams. 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Its L'holaifoeuG prouertic, rendorit an unequal remedy lor iiiliouKnesb; Tor pid Liver, or "LiverComplaiui;" tma lis Louie properties it equally etUoa ciouit iv curing Indigestion, Losj> oi Ap petite aud Dyspepsia. Wnero tne ssuu is sauow aud oovered Willi •blotches and pimpiem, or where there aie morolulous, sweliiiigs and ailec- Mons. a few bottles of (ioldea Medical Discovery will efleet an entire cure, ii youUeel drowsy, debilitated, nuve sallow color of skin or yellowisu-bruwn spots on lace or body, ireuueut neuuacue ur dizzi ness, bad taste iv xnoutti. Internal heat or chills alternated with hot Hushes, low spirits and gloomy lorebodlnKs, irregular appetite and tongue coated, yeu are suf* leriiu from Torpid Liv»r or Blliousneus. Id many cases ot Liver Complaint, only partoi these symptoms are experienced. As a remedy for ail such eases. Dr.f*ierco's Uuldcn ileUioal Jjiscovery has noequi:l. us tto.'iectM perfect cures,leaving the liver streugthened and healthy. THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT DR. R, V. PIERCE is tbe sole proprie tor and manufacturer of the foregoing remedies, all of wblob are sold by drug gists, lie Is alao the author of the Peo ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser a work of nearly 1000 pages, witb 282 wood engravings pnd colored plates. Be has already sold of thla popular work Over 100,000 Copies! PRICK, (post-paid) : j : SI GO Addrees: R. V. PIERCE, M. D., 1 jaaaa»aMas-.s«S>>insisiaif-'i Tin il if i OUR OWN COLUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The leading Paper OF Southern California. WUI devots columns to furthering the Interests of Los Angeles city and oounty and the Southern portion of the State. It Is the Intention nf Ihe publisher to make c THE HERALD A newspaper ol Ihe day, complete lv all Its details, and In every department Full and Reliable, The Editorial Columns will discus? all live topics of the day, while tbe Telegrams, By arrangements uewly effected, will be tbo fullest aud most exhaustive to be fouod la auy paper of the State, not be tnssurptissed by those ot tbe SanFranoiseo dallies. Tbe Local Columns WUI contain a complete reßuiue ol local happenings and all matljjrsot bouio In tercut. TERMS DAILI HERALD, by mall.l year...510 00 0 months... 500 • t months... 250 Delivered In the City at 25 CENTS PER WEEK. WEEKLY HERALD I Weekly 1 year by ma 11....™ fa 00 " 6 months „ MM igo • " — 100 Payable Invariably In advance Joseph D. Lynch, PUBLISHER, I llaeeaei ill i — _ LEGAL, Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 802. In the Superior Court of the County of Los Augeles, state of Cailiorula. Joslah J. Andrews, Plaintiff, 1 Against ! Mathew M. Kuox and Eliza A. f Kuox, his wife. Defendants. j Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order of sale entered ln the Superior Court of the county, oi Los Angeles, state of California, ou the 9th day of June, A. L. 1881, uud a writ ot execution for the enforcement of judg ment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, Issued out of said Court, annexed to said deoree and dated tbe loth day of June, 1881, iv the auove entitled action and iv favor of Joslah J. Andrews, plaintiff, and against Muthew M. Knpx aud Eliza A. Knox, his wife, defendants, a certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal oi said Court, ou the 10th day of June, A. D. 1881, aud de livered to me together with the writ au uexed thereto, on the said last men tioned day, wherby I am commauded to sell at public uuctlou to the highest and best bluder for cash in U.K. gold coin the following and in suid decree described real estate, to-wit; That real estate lying aud being situ ate iv Los Augeles county. State oi Cull lorulu, and more particularly described as that portion of the Porter and Ureeu tract iv subdivision "ii" of the subdi vided lauds of tue San Gabriel Orange Grove Association, as indicated on the map ol said Association lands, recorded iußook2, pages 000 to 559 inclusive, of the Miscellaneous Records of l.os Auge les county, June 25th, 1874, which is in cluded in the following boundaries: Commencing at a stake 25 feet west of station jMo, 2 of tho Morengo survey and running thence north, fidegreeß east, 330 leet; thence north 301 feet; thence west along the south live ul the Tart tract 339.90 feet; thence south uloug tho east live of Porter's land 75.22 fee; thence west along the south line of Porter's land 150.02 feet; thence south 614.48 feet to tbe north line of the lUab tract; and theuco cast along the north line of the Kaab tract 401.18 feet to the place ot beginulng; contain lng 7% acres ol land, together with ali and singular tho tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereto be longing or ln any wise appertaining. Public notice is hereby gt vt n thai on TUESDAY, THE sth DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock m. of said day, I will proceed to sell at the Court House door, in tho City and County of Los 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 sud interest, attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, ail the above described real estate, or ■o much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under my hand, thU tho lith day of June, A. D. 1881. ■ WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. C. KAYS, Under Sherlrf. In the Superior Court Of tlie County of L:>s Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the guardianship of William H. Husklu and Louis F. llasklns, niluots. Il appearing to this Court from the pe tition this day presented and filed by Henry Haskin, the guardian of tbo per sons and estates of William H. Haskin and Louis P. Haskin, minors,praying for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to his said wards; that it would be beneficial to each of said wards that 6uch real estate should be sold: it is hereby ordered t hat the next of kin oftbe «ala wards, aud all perhous in terested in i i ■ said estate, appear before this Court, ou MONDAY, THE 11TH i 1 AY OF JULY, A, D. 1881. At 11 o'clock a. m., at the court-room of this Court, at the Court House, in the city and county of Los Angeles, then and there to show cause why an older should not be granted for the sale of such estate. And It Is further ordered that a copy of this order be published at least three successive weeks befora the said day of hearing, in the Los Angeles Dally Her ald, a newspaper printed and published iv said county of Los Angeles. Dated June Oth, 1881. V. E. HOWARD, Judge otthe Superior Court, Los Angeles couuty. 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the original order to show cause on petitlou to sell real estate in guardianship of Wm. H. Has kin et al., minors, on file In my office, and that I have carefully compar ed the same with the original. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tbe seal of the Superior Court, this Clh day oi June, 1881. [Real. I A. W. POTTS. Couuty Clerk, By B. 11. OWEN, Deputy. Jetitd To All Whom it May Concern. Notice Is hereby given that the South ern Pacific Railroad Company, v corpo ration under the laws of California, will, ou tbe first day of August, A. D. 1881, or as soon thereafter as tho case may be heard, apply to tbe Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, at the office of said Board, In the city or Los An geles, for a wharf franchise along the westerly Bide of the estuary known as Wilmington creek or slough, in eald county of Los Angeles, commencing for the same at the northerly boundary line of the wharf franchise owned or claimed by Jotham Blxby, E. N. McDonald and Thomas B. Hayes, or their assigns, and running thence northerly one thousand feet to a point at or near the southerly boundary line of tbe lands owned or claimed by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, with a width of seventy-live feet, extending from tbe lands of tbe Southern Pacific Railroad Company on the westerly side lo or Into tho navigable waters of said Wilmington creek or slough on the easterly side. SOUTHERN PACIFtO KAILBOAD COMPANY. Hy H. B. UNDEKHILL. Agent. Los Angeles, June 13,1881. Jl Mw To iVll Whom it May Concern. Notice U hareby given that the Pacific Improvement Company, a corporation under the laws of the State or California, will, on the first day of August, 1881, or as soon thereafter as tha rase may be heard, apply to the Board oi Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, at tbe office of said Board, ln the city of Los Angeles, for a wharf franchise along the westerly side of the estuary knowu ns Wilmington creek or slough, in said county of Los Angeles, commencing for the same at the southerly boundary line of the wharf franchise owned or clamled by Jotham Blxby, E.N. McDonald and Tbos. B. Hayes or tbelr assigns, and run ning thence southerly one thousand fset, with a width of seventy-five feel, extend ing from tha lands of the southern Pacific Railroad Company on tbe. westerly side to or Into the navigable waters of said Wilmington creek or slough on the east erly side. Paciric Improvement Company. By H. B. UNDEKHILL, Agent, Los A.ngeles, June 13,1831. JI4-4W THE LANE & BODEY CO. John and Water Sto. CINCINNATI. MaNHFAOTOBRBa HP BRUCKNER'S PATENT Revolving Furnace, KM OUorodising, Desulphurizing and Hoist ing Ores. Alao manufacturers of Steam Bngins*. Saw Kills, Shifting, Gearing, Mill and Mining MacMnerr. LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution IN.>. 810. In tlie Superior Court of tho couuty of Log Angeles, State of California. Edward L. Muy berry, I'laintlfl", ] vs. Merced Abbott,alias Merced Garcia de Abbot, John Abbot, Balmus Abbot, William Abbot, Aaron Ab bot, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot, as executrix of the last will und - testament of William Abbot, de ceased, Merced Abbot, daughter | of the above-named Merced Ab-1 bot, George Abbot, Catherine Ab- | bot. Frank Abbot and the City | of Los Augeles, defendants, j TTNDER AND BY VIRTUS OF A %J decree of foreclosure uud order ol siuii eutered iv tbe Superior Court of the county of Los Augeles, .state of Calllornla, ou the 18th duy ol May, A. D. 1881, and v writ ol execution for tlie eulorcemout of judg ment, requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of said Court, ou tbe 20Lh day ol May. A. I>. 1881, In tho above entitled action, and iv favorof Kdward L. May berry, plaintlir, and against Merced 4b> bot, ulias Merced Garcia de Abbot, John Abbot, Bnllnas Abbot, William Abbot, Aarou Abbot, Amos Abbot, Merced Ab bot, as executrix of the last will and tes tament ol William Abbot, deceased, Merced Abbot, daughter of the above named Merced Abbot, George Abbot, Catherine Abbot, Frank Abbot and the city of Los Augeles, Uolenduuts, a certiiled copy oi which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said Superior Court on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1881, and delivered to me, together with the writ annexed thereto,on the 23d day of May, A. i>. 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell at public auction, tothe highest und best blddor, lorcash in United states gold coin, the following and in said decree described real estate, to*wit: All that real property lv the city of Los Angeles, couuty oi Bos Angeles, State of California, bounded und described as fol lows, viz: A lot on the west side of Main street, tho boundaries of which are us follows: Commencing at a point on the west side of Mum street, being the northeust corner of a lot now or formerly of 1. W. Hellmau and formerly of the heirs of Juan Domingo, deceased; thence run ning north easterly utong the said line of Main street sixty-five feet, more or ' less, to lot formerly belonglug to F. Slg noret and ailerwards purchased of H. F. Teschmackcr; thence northwesterly along line ol said Siguoret lot to eastern Hue of New High street; thence southwesterly along line of New High street sixty-five leet, more or less, to lot 1 of I. W.Hellman; tuence southeasterly ' along lot of Heirmau to the point ot be ginning. Second—Alot bounded on the west by Main street aud fronting thereon thirty six leet; on the north by v lot formerly i owned by Fio Pico and on which the Fico House stands; on tho east by San chez street and having a frontage there on of thirty-six feet, more or less, and on the south by a lot formerly owned by W.H. Ferry and Wallace Woodworth, the lot hereby described being the same lot on which stands what Is known as Merced Theatre building. Third—A lot bounded ou the west by Main street; on the north by lot former lyof W. H. Perry and Wallace Wood worth; on the oast by Sanchez street, and on the south by lot now or formerly of F. A. MaeDougal, havinga frontage of 30 feet on Maiu street aud belug same lot lormerly occupied by William Abbot, since deceased, as a furniture store. Public notice is hereoy given thai ou WEDNESDAY, the loth DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clock M. ol said day, I will pro ceed to sell st the Court House door in the city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash in U. S, gold coin, to satisfy said decree for princi pal and interest, attorneys' fees, costs aud all accruing costs, all the above described real estato, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Bald sumo. Attested under my hand, at tbe city and county of Bos Angeles, State of Cali fornia, this 23d day of May, A. D. 1881. WM. It. BOW BAND, Sheriff. By JAS. C. KATfli Under Sheriff. Execution No. 5021. IN TUB aaPEIIIOItCOUUT OF THE County of Los Augolen, State of Cali fornia. Jesus A. de Sepulveda, Plaintlir, 1 vs. [ Fio Fico, Defendant. ) Under aud by virtue of an execution Is sued out ol the superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, on the 11th day of May, A. B. 1881, to me directed and delivered on the 23d day of Muy, A. D. 1881, for a Judgment ren dered in said Court on the Oth day of February, A. D. 1881, In favorof Jesus A. de Sepulveda, plaintiff, and against Fio Pico, delendant, I have levied upon and shall on THURSDAY, THE lGili DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 18Si; At 12 o'clock X, of said day, proceed to sell, at the Court House door, in the city . and county of Los Angeles, State of Cal , iiornla, at public auction to the highest and best bidder lor cash iv U. H. gold ! coin, to satisfy said judgment , 'or a Hen for costs ln, a , partition suit, with interest aud all , accruing costs, all tko right, title and . interest of said defendant ln and to the , lollowing described real estate, to wit: Commencing at tha northeastern c >r- I ncr ol the tract of land allotted to Marta . Olivera de Altamlrano on the western side of San Pedro street, In the city aud i county and State aforesaid, at a 2x3 red- I wood post in a live willow fonce; thenco i south 30% degrees west along thewest , ernsldeof San Pedro street ninety-one ■ (91) links to a 2x3 redwood post set in a ■ live fence at the end of a board lenco and j the southeastern corner of the tract of , land described in the complaint; thence , running north 55% degrees west alons a board fence on north line of land of Eb , erle 4 90-100 chains to the end of said . board fence und a 2x3 redwood post ln a live willow fence between the land de scribed in complaint and said land of Valllnla Ablla, thence north 32% degrees east along said fence ninely-one(9l)llnks to the southwestern corner of said tract al lotted to Marta Olivera de Altamlrano heretofore; thenoe running south 65% degrees east 4 87-100ohalns to the place of beginning, containing 445-ICOO acres of land. Reference Is hereby mudeto the map annexed to the report for further . description of tho tract ot land übove de scribed. Attested under my hand, this 231 day of Muy, A. D. urn. W. K. ROWLAND. Sheriff. By J. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff.' In tho Superior Court Of the county of Loh Asgglei, State or Culiforuia. In the mutter of the estate of Maria Antonla Villa de Reyes, deceased—No tice to Creditors.—Notice is hereby given en by theunderslgned,JoseYsidro Reyes, administrator, and Franclsca Reyes, ad mlulstratrlx of the estate of the said Mnrla Antonla Villa de Reyes, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit tbem, with the necessary vouchers,wlthln(4) four months from the first publication of this v.ottee t to the said administrator and adminis tratrix, at the offices of their attorneys, Messrs. Smith, Brown &, Hutton.attor neys at law, rooms numbered 91,92 and 93, Temple Block, in tno olty of Los An geles, State of California. Dated Bos Angeles, California, May 13th, A. D. 18*1. J. YSIDRO REYES, Administrator of the estato of Maria Autouia Villado Keyes, deceased. FRANCIBCA KEYES, Administratrix of tho estate of Maria Aulonla Villa de Reyes, deceased. mlSilm STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The Annual Meeting of tbe Stockhold er* ot tne farmer.' and Merchants' Bank nt l.oa Angeles, will be beld at tbe Bank Building, oq WEDNESDAY, JULY OIH. NEXT, At 4 o'clock p. m.. for tbe election of a Boark of Trustee and for tbe transac tion of suob otber business as may be brougbt before tbem. JOHN MILNER. Secretary. Los Angeles, Cat.. June 7, IWI. td mar 144 LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the will annexed. Iv the Superior Court of Los A nge lea County, State of California. In the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Notice is hereby given that ia pursu ance 01 the order 01 said (Superior Court of ihe county of Los Angeles, stale oi (Jaluornlu, luadeon theOtudayof May, A. D. 1881, in the matter of the estate of Uosa Isabella v, Baldwin, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with the will auuexed of said estate, will sell at private sale to the Blghest and. best bid der for cash and subject to the confirm ation of said (Superior Court, all the right, title, Interest uud estate of the said deceased at the time of her death, and all the right, title and interest the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or ln ad dition to that of the said deceased at tbe time ol her death in and to those certalu lots, pieces, or tracts of land lylug and belug lv the county ot Bos Augeles, Slate ol Calllornla, aud described as follows, to wit: First—Commencing at a forked willow tree about 5 inches through, marked 8 15, in black paint, which Is situated near tho bank, ol the zauju or irrigating ditch and corresponds with and is fSta. 15 of a survey made in Doceinber, 1870, by H. M. Johnson of the Irrigable Hut of the Kancho Bos Feliz, reiereuce to which Is hereby more particularly made; ihence, tollowing the meanuer line oi said survey N I) ' + degrees W one chain and seventy-eight lloks; thence IN 48% degrees E 2.75 chains; thence Mil?* degrees X 1.75 chains: thence N 32)ti deg rees E 1.35 chains; theuce \ , degrees \V. 2.23 chalus; thence js I*A4 de grees W 9.sichains; thenco N '62% de grees B 2.ti7 chains; thence is] 3714 degrees E 2-01 chums to station 2j ol Johnson's survey; thence IN 78% degrees X 23.90 chains; thence s lu 1 , degrees w 25.31 chuius; thence H il% degrees W lo.uu chuius; theuce N 80 degrees W 8.60 cuuins to the point oi beginning tho to tal area ol the land hereby cunveyod being 84 5-100 acres of laud. Second—Also tho one-fifth interest In about 3,800 acres ot tnut certalu tract ol land situate, lying uud beiug lv tbe couuty ol boh Augeles, ait ato oi Gallfor nla, uud more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing ut the river of Los Angelas, at an osk tree, v laud-murk ol the rancho called '"Provi deuelu," near a lime kiln, and running thence southwesterly uloug the bound ary line of said Hancho La Providencla to the Allso tree of ihe nopalero; theuce easterly to the "Aguage de Mocoveuga;" theuce to a point in lront of the "Aguuge del Saucito;" theuce in another stra.gut line passing directly through the Portezucla to the river of Los Augeles; thence up the channel of the aaid river 10 the place ol beginning, tho land hereby described being a part of the Kancho Los Feliz, grunted io Mang. Vguucio Verdugo by Manuel Mioheltoreuu March 22, 1843, saving and excepting from the lust above described tract a certain parcel ol land described as fullows: Commencing at a redwood stake ln mound ol stones marked P. D. ti, 1, 4x4 Inches in diame ter and distant lv links from the center oi the Canal and Keservolr Company's ditch and on north side of same, Irom which point a live-oak tree about 4 feet iv diameter and marked B. T. S. 1. F. l>., bears N 43% degrees E. 2.77 chains dis tant; another live-oak on opposite side oi Reservoir Company's ditch about, J» feet iv diameter, blazed and marked B. T. N. 25.1 F. 8., bears S 60% degrees X 2.88 chains distant, aud is ou the west bunk of a small gulch; ihence running a few links to the northward of Keservolr Company's ditch N 75% degrees W u.:J chaius to sandstone ruck uud stake marked a. 2,32 links from center of ditch from whloh point v llve-ouk tree about leet in diainoter near edge of ditch bears N 42% dtgeees W 3.2j chains dis tant, another nve-oak about same size bears N 37% degrees W about 3.00 chains distant and bE corner of Jose Faco's auobe house bears N 40 degrees E 4.47 chains und Is 1.66 chains long by 27 links wide; a sycamore tree stands about cen tre oi rear of house und is about 75 links uisiant from house; another large live* ouk on north side of ditch und immedi ately on edge of same bears .s 65 degrees B 1.23 chains distant; thence following Keservolr and canal Company's ditch up stream N 45% degrees W 0.37 chains to a stake 10 links distant from center oi ditch and marked ti. 3; thence N 88% de grees W 2.01 chains to a stake 27 links distant from center of ditch and marked 8. 4; thence ti degrees W 1.84 chains to a slake 27 liuks from center ot ditch and murked ti. 5; theuce N 54% degrees \V 3.05 chains to a stuke 17 liuks irom center of ditch und marked ti, 0; thence N 6% degrees W I.24chains toa stake 11 liuks from center of ditch and marked s. 7; thence N 65% degrees W 2.02 chums to a stake 10 links from center oi ditch and marked ti. 8; thence n 13% degrees B 4.58 chains to a stake 11 liuks from center of ditch and marked a, 0; theuce N 2 de grees W 0.18 chains to a stake distant 10 links from center of ditch and marked ti lv; thence IN 23% degrees VV 0.07 chaius to a stake 33 links irom center of ditch und marked ti. 11, from which point a live oak tree 2 feet ln diameter on k side ol ditch bears ti 251% degrees X 60 links dis tant; another live oak same size, same side of ditch, bears ti 48% degrees E 60 links distant; thence along ditch on hill side N 8% degrees W 0.30 chums lo a stake U links from center of ditch and marked g. 12; thence N 35% degrees W 5«62 chains to stake 10 links from center of ditch aud marked S. 13; thence N 40% degrees W 5.93 chains to a stake marked ti. 14; thence N 0% degrees X 14.03 chains to a willow stump blazed and marked with black paint ti. 15; thence along ditch and edge ol small swamp N 9% degrees W 1.78 chums to a stake 15 links from center of ditch and marked S. 10; thence IN 40% de grees X 2.75 chains to a stake 8 links from center of ditch and marked ti. 17; thenco ti 08% degrees E 1.75 chains to a stuke marked ti. 18, on easterly side of flood gate; thence In 32% degrees E 1.35 ohalns, along center of running water of ditch and through a deep cut which crosses hill on point of which Is located house of K. Faco to stake marked ti. 10; thence N3% degrees W 2.28 chains to a stake niaikeds. 29; theuce N 16% degrees W 0.68 chains to a stake 20 links from center of ditch and marked 8.21; thence IN 2i% degrees E 2.87 chains to a stake 18 links from centre of ditch and marked ti. 22; ihence N 87% degrees E 201 chains to stake marked ti. 23; thenoe N 4% degrees W 4.47 chains to stake 25 links from uitch and,marked S. 24; thenco IN 11% degrees vv 4,15 chains to a stake 15 liuks from ditch amlsnarked ti. 25; theuce IN 85% d egrees B 6.25 chums to a stake 10 links from center of ditch and marked ti, 20; thence N 11% degrees VV 2.82 chains to a stake marked H, 27; thence on side of hill between ditch and road N de grees W 2.89 chains to stake on edge ot road marked H. 28; thence N 32% de grees W 5.07 chains to stuke on edge ol road and marked s. 29; ihence 15"26% de grees W 4.87 chains to a stake on edge ol ditch and marked 8. 30; thenoe atong edge of dltoh N 33 degrees W 5.00 chains to stake en edge of road and marked ti. 31; theuce N 34% degrees W 4.04 chalus to a Btake between road and dttch und marked ti. 32; thence along Canal and Keservolr Company's ditch N 2J* degrees W 3.40 chains to a stake marked s. 8$; theuce following meanders of river bank N 83% degress E 4.70 chains to a stake at beau of deep wash and marked ti. 34; thence N 41% degrees E 3.01 chains to a stake on edge of bank marked ti. 8a: thenco N 25 degrees E 4.20 chains to a stake ou westerly side of zanja marked ti. 30; thence N 45% degrees E 10.00 chalus to stuke markod ti. 87; thence IN 18 de grees E 1.07 ohalns to a stake marked ti, from which point a willow tree mark ed B. T.S. 88 F. I>. bears N 41% degrees E U t links distant; thence ti 78* degrees E 12.70 chains to stake marked ti. 89; thence ti 24% degrees U 7.04 chains to stake marked ti, 40; thence 8 7% degrees E 8.00 chains to stake marked 8. 41; thence n 4 degrees W 14.81 chains to stake marked ti. 42; thenoe 8 2% degrees B 11.02 ohalns to stake marked ti. 4S; ihence 8 74% degrees X I.U chains to oak post ln line ol willow fence marked 8. 44 p D.; thence H. 10% degrees W. 34.42 chains along said willow fence to stuke ln line of fenoe and marked 8. 45; thence ti. 15% degrees E. 15.15 chains to stske marked 8.46; thence 8.39% degrees E. 11.68 chains to stake marked 8. 47; thence 8, 80% de grees E. 6.86 ohalns to stake marked 8. ii; theuce 8.38 degrees E. 12.87 chains to pest in line of willow fence at Intersec tion of said fence with L. A. C. W. W. Co's dttch and maraed F. D. S. 49; thence B. 83% degrees W. 806 chains along live willow fenoe to stake marked 8. 50; thenoe N. 77 degrees W. 69 chains to stake marked S. 61; thence 8. 68 degrees W. 0.88 chains to stake marked 8. 62; thenoe 8. 22% W. 14.60 chains to stake marked S. 63; thence 8. 11% degrees W* 10.13 chains to stake 4x4 Inches in diameter in mound of stones and m arked F. D. 8. 1, the place of begin ning and containing 828.82690 acres oi land and being the same tract of land Within tbe exterior boundaries of whloh Is Included the 64 acre tract hereinbefore described, and all of said lands being within tbe exterior boundaries of the Rancho "Los feliz" and lormingapart thereof. Also, all tho water rights, easements and servitudes to each of said different tracts belonging or ln any way apper taining. aald sals will ha made on or after the 9TH DAY OF JULY, 1881. All bids or offara mutt ha in writing and will bt received at ths offloe of Messrs. PbilUp A Baldwin, No* »7 Main LEGAL. ' street.'Los Angelea city, Cain., ormay be delivered to the udmlulstrator personal ly.or Hied with the Clerkol said Superior Court, at any time alter the first publica tion of this notice and before the making of the sale. Terms and conditions or sale—Teu per cent, of tho purchase money to be paid upou uotlce ot acceptance ol bid, balance on conruiullou ol sale by mild Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated Los Augeles, Cal., May oth, 1881. ~ , JOHN M.BALDWIN, Administrator withl.be will annexed of tho estato or Rosa Isubellu D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King 4 Robarls, At torneys lorlue estate. MORTGAGE SALE. Execution No.-. Iv tlie Superior Court of tbe couuly cf Los Angelen, State of California. Edward L. May berry, Plaintiff, J vs, I Merced A boot et al, Defendants.) Under and by virtue of a decree ol font* closure and order of salo en tered lv the buparior Court of the couuty of Los Angeles, Btateof California, on the 19th d&y of May, A. D. leSl, aud a writ »>t execution for the en forcement of Judgment requiring Hale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of said Court , annexed to said decree and dated the 20th day of May, A. D. 1881, in the above entiled action and in favor of Edward I* May berry, plain tiff, and against Merced Abbot, alias Merced Garcia de Abbot. John Abbot, Salinas Abbot, William Aobot, Aston Abbot, Amos Abbot, Meroed Abbot,as executrix of the last will and testament of William Abbot, deceased, Merced Abbot, daughter of tbe above-named Merced Abbot, Frank Abbot, George Abbot, Catarina Abbot and the City of Los Angeles, defendants, a certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said Court on the 20th day of May, A. D, 1881, and de livered to me, together with the writ an nexed thereto, on tho 27th day of May, A. D. 1831, wheroby X am commanded to sell ut public auction, to tho highest and best bidder, for cash In U.S. gold coin, tbe following aud in said decree de scribed real estate, to wil: Pirtt— Alot bounded on the west by Main street and Irontlng thereon thirty six feet; on the north by a lot formerly owned by Flo Fico and on whloh tho Pico House stands; on the east by Sane hex street aud having a frontage thereon of gj) feet, more or less; and on tho south by a lot formerly owned by W. 11. Perry and Wallace Wuodwortb, the lot hereby described boing the same lot on which stands what is known as the Merced Theater building. Second—Alot bounded on the west by Main street, on the north by lot former ly of W. H. Perry and Wallace Wood worth; on the cast br snnchez street, and on the soul! -w or formerly Of F. A . Mn**T*n,i :t j II ' nntdpa Iff aDOUt *JJ llyClr UU it**** U ftiiUol c.-U i*. equal ironlage ou Sanchez stieot, aud being the same lot occupied by William Abbot, since deceased, as a furniture, store. Public notice is hereby given that on TUESDAY, THE 2Ut DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At l! o'clock x. of said day, I will pro ceed to sell, at the Court House door, in the city and couuty of Los Angeles, State of '.'aliioruia, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash ln U. S. gold coin, 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 bo necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under my hand, this 27th day of May, A. D.lBBl, W. R. ROWLAND, Sheriffs By Jas. 0. Kaib, Under Sheriff. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the State of California, in aud for tbe Couuty of Loa Angeles. In the matter of the estate of 1 Nicolas Quirolo, deceased, i It appearing to this Court by the peti tion this day presented and riled by Re fugia Quirolo, the administratrix of the estate of Nicolas Quirolo, deceased, praying for an order of sale ol real estate; that it is necessary to sell the whole of tho real estate to pay tho allowance to tbo family, tho debts out standing against the deceased and tbe debts, expenses and charges of adminis tration.: It is therefore ordered by the said Court, that all persons interested iv tbe estate of said deceased appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the twentieth day of June, A. L>. 1881. at ten o'clock In tbe forenoon of said day, at the court-room of said superior Court, at the Court House, in the city aud county or Los Angeles, toshowcause why an order should not be granted to the said admin istratrix tn sell so much of tho real estate of tho said deceased as shall bo neces sary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at leaHt lour successive weeks! n the Los Augeles Daily Herald, a news paper printed and published in said city and county. V. E. HOWARD, Super'or Judge. Dated May 16th, 1881. I hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of tfllforiglnal order to show cause, etc., in'tbe est ate ot Nicolas Quirolo, deceased, on tile lv my office, and that I have carefully com pared the same with the original. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand aud affixed the seal of tbe Superior Court, this 15tn day o; May, 1881. [Seal.] A. W. POTTS. Cierk. By E. H. Ownx, Deputy. mi7td Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, Notice i.s hereby given by tbe under signed, executrix oi tlie last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceased, to tbe creditors of, and ail persons having claims against the said deoeased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch ers, within four months after tbe first publication of this notice, to the said ex ecutrix, at the office of her attorney, No. 14 Temple Block, in Ihe city of Los An geles, ln the county of Los Angeles, State of California. Dated at Los Angrdes, May 17,1881. ADA LINE WRIGHT, Executrix, etc., of Jacob L. Wright, ac cessed, myis-iw ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Los Augeles Oil Company. Location of principal plane of business, Los Augeles, California. — Location of works, Ventura couuty, California. Notice is hereby given that at a roeot ing of tbe Boara of Directors of this com pany held on the l!tth day of May, issi.an assessment (No. 14) of fifteen (15c) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the company, payable immediately, ln U. S. gold coin, to tbe Secretary, at room No. 5, Temple Block, city of 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 salo al public auction: and, unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the lHth day of July, 1881, to pay delinquent assessments, costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. J. NEELY. Secretary, No. 6, Temple Block, Los Angeles, May 23,1881. 4w Assessment Notice. Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com* pauy—Location or works, Resting springs, Inyo county, California—Lo cation of principal place of buelnsss, Los Angeles, Los Augeles county, California. Notice is.hereby given tbat at a meet ing of tue Board of Directors of said , Company held on the thirteenth day of May, 1881, an assessment, number .six (8), of one dollar and seventy-five cents per share was levied on the entire capital stock of said corporation, payable Imme diately ln lawful money, to J. M. Elliott, Secretary of said Company, at his office. No. 1 Temple Block, in the city and county of Los Augeles, State of Calif or ! nia. Any stock upon which (his assessment 1 shall remain unpaid on Tuesday, the 6tb ' day of July, 1881, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auotlon: and, unless payment is made before, will ' be sold on Tuesday, the DLh day of Au gust, 1881, to pay said delinquent assess ment, together with coat of advertising and expenses of sale. By order or the Board of Directors. J. M. ELLIOTT, secretary. Offlce of Secretary. No. 1 Temple Bleak, [ city sod county of Los Aoteles, Celtfor ■ at* mle-ive « LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the State of California, in a for tbe County of Los Angelea. Francisco Orazide, p.aiutlfl", vs. Oliver Dovlllorn, defendant. Action brought In the Superior Court of the Slate of California, In and for the county or Los Angeles, and the com plaint Hied In said county of Los Ange les, ln tbe offlce of tbo Clerk of said su perior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devlllers, de fendant. You are hereby require' to appear in an action brought against you by tbe above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of tne state of California, ln aad for the county of Loa Angelea, and to an swer the complaint Died tbereln, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons —If served within this county; or, If served elsewhere, within thirty days—or J udgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said com plaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage desorlbed In tbe said complaint, and executed by tbe said O. Devlllers to C. Graalde, on theM day ol October, 1876, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, made on the 3d day of October, 1878, by o. Devlllers. for thesumortSOO gold coin, with Interest at the rate of 1% per cent per month from date until paid, and payablo to the said C. Grazlde; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds appllod to tbe payment of »30U gold coin, with Interest at the rate of lit per ceut per month Irom Ootober It, 1878. und lor 10 per cent as attorney's :o,>B, as provided for ln said mortgage, and costs of suit; and in case audi proceeds ara not sufficient to pay the aame, then to ob tain an execution against said defendant lor the balance remaining due; andalaa t hat the defendant and all persona olalm ina by, through or under him, may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, claim, Hen, equity of redemption and In terest ln and to said mortgaged premises* and for otber and further relief, Relerenoe Is had to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and acswer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plain, till will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of tho Superior Court of the State of Call fo, nln, In and for the county of Los Ange les, this 4th day or March, ln the year or our Lord,one thousand eight hun dred aud eighty-one. ISeal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. KIMPAU, Deputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, mB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. No. 191. In tbe Superior Court of tlie county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. ANDRES IiIUSWALTER, Plaintiff,) PIO PICO etai'., Defendants, j Under and by virtue of an execution Is sued out of the superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, state •! Califor nia, ou the Bth day of June, A. D. 1861, to me directed and delivered on the said last mentioned day, for a Judgment rendered ln the said Superior Court on the Btb day of May, A. D. 1841. to favor ol Andres Briswalter, plaintiff, and agalost Pio Pico, defendant, I have duly levied upon and shall ou WEDNESDAY, THE 29th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. mi, At 12 o'clock sr. of said day, proceed to sell, at the Court House door. In the olty and couuty of Los Angelea, State of Cal ifornia, at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder, for cash in U. H. gold coin, to satisfy said Judgment, with In terest and costs, and all accruing costs, the following described real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisly said sums: All tbe right, title and interest of the defendant,rico Ploo, ln and to tha fol lowing described property, to wit: All tbatoertaln tract or parcel of land, situ ate and lying ln Los Angeles city and county .Slate ol Cailiorula, and described as follows: Commenoing at the SW corner of the land of Juan Davarede, ln aaid city, aald SW corner fronting on San Pedro street; thence S li% degreeslW 818% yards more or less to a point ou the south line or Los Angeles city, as fixed and described by tbe C. S. Patent issued to said olty on the 4th August, 1875; thence easterly along said line 777?-, yards more or less to a point; thence north 23>4 degrees east 876 yards more or less to the south line of Washington street; thence westerly along tbe line of said street 38.30 ohalns to the N E corner of the land ot Davarede; thence south along the east line of said Davarede 10 90 chains to HE corner of same; thence N 7*K degrees W B.W chains to the pines or beginning, being lots 4,5,8 and 7, of block 7, and lot 7 ot blosk A, of Hancock's survey or Dona tion lots. Given under my hand this 7th day cf June, A. D. 1881. W. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By Jas. C. Kays, Under sheriff. SHERIFF'S SA.I&E. Execution No. 879. In tbe Superior Court of tbe county of Loa.Angelea, State of Califor nia. Commercial Bank of Los Angeles, 1 v corporation, Plaintiff, I against The Los Angeles and Allso Avenue Street Railroad Company, a cor poration, Delendant. Under nud by virtue or an exeoutlon Issued out of the Superior Court or the county or Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, oa tho 20th day of May, A D. 1881, to me directed and delivered on the 23d day of May, A. D. 1831, for a Judgment ren dered in said Court on the 20th day ot May, A. D. 1881, In favor of the Commer cial Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, and against tbe Los Augeles and Allso Avenue Street Railroad com pany, a corporation, defendant, I have levied upon and shall on WEDNESDAY, THE 16th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, Ai 12:40 o'clock p. m. or aaid day, pro ceed to sell, at tbe Court House door, ln the oily and oounty of Los Angelea,Stats of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash In U. s. gold ooln, to satisfy aald Judgment, with interest, costs and all accruing cots, all tbe right, title and lntereat of said delendant ln and to the following described property, altuate In tbe city andconnty of Los Angeles, California, to wit: Tbe street railroad belonging to aaid defendant, commencing at a point on Main street near Temple Blook, ln tne city of Los Angeles, and extending up Main street to Arcadia atreet, down Ar cadia to Allso, and extending on Allso street to the eastern line of 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 to said road or thereto belonging. Given under my hand, thla 33d day of May, A. I). 1881. W. R. ROWLAND.Sheriff. By J. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff. Notice to Creditor*). In tbe Superior Court of Los Ange les county, State of California. In the matter of tba estate of MAT THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notloe is hereby given by the undersigned, execu tor of the last will and test ament of MATTHEW KELLER, deceased, to tbe creditors of and all per sona having claims against the said de ceased,to exhibit tbem, with the necessa ry vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notloe, to the said exeoutor, at his place of business, the Farmers* and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, ln tbe city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of Califor- Daled May 14,1881. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, Exccntor of the last will and testa ment of Matthew Keller, deoeased. tnyU-fW NOTICE. * A meeting of the stockholders of th* First National Bank of Los Angelea Will be beid at tbe B.ok on WEDNESDAY, JULY am, 1881, for tbe purposeof alMt' ia, a Board of blrociors and transacting such other business As may Brokeriy S. * w^^f.^S ■ ...... —-..I J