•asterlatr C »«rs-.lsep«rtnient Oae.
Thursday, Maroh 3, ISB7.
Fogelman vs. Shively—Transcript in
the esse allowed withdrawn by plaintiffs
attorney. _ .. ,
People vs. Levering—On trial.
Estate of Olseu—Sale of personal
Estate of Jerome- Decree of distribu
t,o frtata of Linner—Letters issued to
the Publio Administrator.
Estato of Wtingarth minors-Uuaro.-
Ua .ppointed with bond of $200 to each
"lUateof Metz-Re.ort of »PP raise '
confirmed and homestead set aside to
widow of deceased. Ji.tri.
Estate of Rodriguez-Decree of d.stn
SET FOR FRIDAY.
People vs. Robt. Rennet—Trial.
People vs. Thus. Williams--lrial.
People vs. Levering—Trial.
Estates of Temple minors and John
•eaartment Twe-O'Blelveny, J.
Wright vs. Long Beach Lana and Wa
ter (jo_Btav ot execution of thirty days,
sending motion lor a uew trial.
Roue-met vs. Rebout—Continued for
the session at coat of plaintiff
Labounty vs. Labonnty—Order of
publication of summons upon defendant,
Eddie F. Labonnty, in Anaheim Uazette.
Bruit aa n. J.
Kx-parte Philip Williams on habeas
corpus—Ordered discharged from cus
In re applioation of Third Presbyte
rianCnurch—Permission granted to mort
gage real estate.
CITY COURT —AUSTIN, J. P.
People vs. John Fo user—Embezzle
ment; tried aud acquitted.
People va Louis Neely—Three charges
of forgery; held to auswer and com
mitted iv default of $2000.
People vs. G. B. Simpson et al—Ob
taining money by false pretenses; exami
nation continued till March 9ch at 1:30.
People va. John Huttou—lndecent
exDoeure; found guilty; to be sentenced
Friday at 2 P M. Committed.
People vs. Tuck Kee—Grand larceny;
People vs. Robt. Warren—Embezzle
TOWNSHIP COURT —TANEY, J. T.
Peonle va. Wm. Vetter—Petit laroeny;
A Deserving Case of Charity.
Fred W. Streeter, one of Captain
Lawtoo's scouts in the recent Indian
campaign in which Geronimo was cap
tared, is at the St. Elmo Hotel dying of
consumption and in an utterly destitute
condition. The railroad company gave
him free transportation from Yuma, A.
T., from where he arrived yesterday.
On the train a subscription was raised
among the passengers and enough real
ised to keep tbe unfortunate mau for a
few days. Streeter contracted ths ter
rible dist ase while in the service. He is
beyond all hope of recovery, and cannot
possibly live more than two weeks. The
charitable people of Loe Angeles should
interest thtmaelves on this unfortunate
man's behalf and raise money enough to
make him as comfortable as possible for
the short time that he has to live. He
is at tbe St. Elmo Hotel, and it is to be
hoped tbat some of the many charitable
people of Los Angeles will give him
Coroner Meredith held an inquest yes
day morning upon the body of H. Fin
ney, who was found dead in his bed by
his partner, Calvin Edgerton, on Tues
day night at the United States Hotel.
Dr. I. Cohn, who made the autopsy,
testified that deceased had died from
fatty degeneration of the heart, and the
jury found that he had come to hia
death from heart disease. Tbe remains
will be interred in Evergreen Cemetery.
The Coroner also held an inquest of
the body found ahout fifteen miles from
Santa Ana on Wednesday morning. No
one could bo found who was able to
identify the body, which was that of a
tramp or wayfarer of about 45 years of
age. Death resulted from natural causes
•boat forty-eight hours betore the body
The followisg left yesterday on the
Itltt) train: G B Lewis, A Solliday, S
Grenell, Mrs M Johnson, M Sherman. C
D Martin, A H Nixon, Mrs A G Pom
eroy, S G Taylor, H N Conibal, Mr
Drake, L A Zuerner, H G Harper, A
Begley, N C»hu, Mr Nettleion, Mr Sev
erance, E Stenhilber, Mrs R B Bell, N
Cohn, Mr Knox, J H Green.
The following left on. the 7:30 train:
F J Bonuey, Q C Hamilton, Mrs J
Uowdson, H M Willes, Mary Cruz,
Mr Kuppenheimer, M H Howard,
Eliza Cruz, H E Highton, M P Sny
der, J P Meehan, Mr Williams. B
F Spink, W H Simpson, Mr Mack, Mis
C Edwards, R Rogers, Mrs Atherton,
Frank D Miller, Dr Burns, J B Winn,
Mrs C House.
Large Crowd at Santa Monica.
At the auction sale of John C. Bell,
the auctioneer, fully 500 people were
unabl-s to attend on account of the
weather. The bidding was very spirit
ad and satisfactory to both buyers and
aellers. The buyers were principally
real estate men and capitalists. Tbe
sale waa a grand success. Forty-one
thousand dollars were 501d—275 lots—
in two hours and a quarter. Colonel
Baker and Walter Van Dyke, of Wells,
Van Dyke Si Lee, unnounced another
rale inside of thirty d ays. Inside of
thirty days, when Senator Jones gets
here, another sale will be held. The
lots to djy were sold at from $00 to $505
Mrs. Merced Abbott sucoeeded in ob
taining the warrant for the arrest of her
wash Chinaman early yesterday morn
ing, upon tbe charge of grand larceny,
for taking $850 from her closet, and
Tnck K,e was taken about 3 o'clock.
After Mra. Abbott returned home she
found the money in the closet from
whence it was supposed to have been
taken. When the case came up before
Justice Austin yesterday afternoon tbe
charge of grand larceny against Tuck
Kee was dismissed.
The steamer Loa Angeles sailed yes
terday with the following passengers:
For San Franolsoo—Mrs M R Cottreli,
Miss Mattie Hturgis, L Jansen, John
Coy, W C Foldham, C S Bell, F RJohn
■on, G B Carrere, VV Johnsen.
For Montf rey—T J Harris.
Fur Port Harford—L Berry, J Lan
For Santa Barbara —A C Rodgers.
For Ventura—M B Taylor.
natulan* Bitten makes tbe old young aB ,
the weak strong and hcsl'hy. M. Levy i
Go., wholesale liquor dealers, agents.
Treated Specially and Successfully by
W. N. DAVIS, M. IX,
45H •< SPRING ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Treated upon a new principle, founded upon
the fact that the disease la parasitic In its
origin. The parasites can be demonstrated
by the microscope and will present the ap
pearance shown below.
f f f>
4 5 6
(PARASITES MAGNIFIED 480 TIMES.)
One difficulty In tbe treatment of this dis
ease has been the Inability to apnly the
remedies to the whole seated Inflammation,
another is the failure to use the light rein
Our treatment consists in using medicines
in tbe form of ointments which are warmed
and sprayed through the head and throat,
reaching every part of the head that spray
can resch. The remedy remains iv tbe
head for some time, passes readily into
vapor and reaches cells filled with mucus
Impossible to be reached by medicine in
liquid or powdere&Jorm.
The treatment Is pleasant and even child
ren will take it readily after the first time,
knowing the relief it will give them at once.
Constitutional remedies are employed lor
the bloort, etc. Patients can treat them
selves at home when necessary.
OCR OWN COL.trBIN.
Daily and Weekly
-TWTILL DEVOTE ITS COLUMNS TO FUR
; ; tberlng thc| Interests of Los Augeles
city and county and the southern' portion
of the State. ;it Is the intention of the
publishers to make
A Newspaper of the Day,
Complete iv all its details aud
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
FULL AND RELIABLE.
Tlie Editorial Columns
WILL DISCUSS ALL LIVE; ISBUES OF
THE| DAY, WHILE;
BY ARRANGEMENTS NEWLY EFFECTED
WILL BE THE
Fullest and Most Exhaustive
To be found many paper of the State, no
being surpassed by those of the
San Francisco dailies.
The Local Columns
Will contain a complete resume; of| Local
Happenings and all matters of
FOUR TIMES A WEEK.
TWICE A WEEKJ
Agencies of tbe IDally and
The following persons are the agents for
the Daily and Weekly Herald, from
whom either paper may be ordered:
Pasadena G. W. Keban.
Pomona R. N. Loucxs.
Riverside J. M. Drake.
San Dieoo J. F. Handley.
San Bernardino Lawson Bros.
San Buenaventura GarnerCurran.
Orange 8. Armor.
Anaheim Joseph Helmsen.
Santa Ana B. N. Rowi.
Santa Monica Col. Chapin.
San Pedro and Wil
mington J. Lieman.
Santa Barbara J. C. Hassinger.
Monrovia Stewart & Pekiiam.
Denver, Colorado .8. B. Wright.
SANITRAvrTsro |L. P.Fisher, Boom 21,
Francisco j Merchant's Exoh'g.
At all other cities and towns Postmasters
are authorized to receive subscrlptioua for
Daily Herald, by mall, one year 18 00
Daily Herald, by mail, six mouths.. 475
Daily Herald, by mall, three months 225
DELIVERED IN THE CITY,
20c. PER WEEK.
The Weekly Herald.
Weekly, one year, by mail W 00
Weekly, six months, by mail 1 00
Weekly, three months, by mall *0
Payable Invariably in advance.
AVERS & LYNCH
THE BENEFIT DERIVED [FROM INHALATION.
In the Circle of Sciences we read tills sen
tence: "The general effect of oxygen in
nature is that of a life giving principle "
Ever flnce the discovery of ox?ecu by
Priestly, has thia idea been uppermost In
the mind medical, for, sluce respiration 1b
the process of administering oxygen to the
tissues of the Lnny through the agency of
the blood (and iv tlie lungs, purifying the
life blood) the thought instinctively pops
into the mind that if, in cases ol disease or
imperfect oxygenation, we conld help the
lungs to more than their usual amount of
oxygen, we would be wieldlug a weapon ot
vast remedial effectiveness.
Practical experience shows this theory to
be correct, and never have we seen a case oi
Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption or Gen
eral Debility, that the inhalations, properly
administered, failed to relieve more or less,
'lis true that Consumption in the third
stage cm oulvbe relieved except In rare in
stances, butour belief, founded upon ex
perience, is that every case can be cured In
the first stage, and tbe large majority iv tbe
second stage, tlimatlc influences being
The home treatment can be sent per ex
press to any address.
Los Anoeles, Pec. 9,1886.
Dr. W. N. Davis—Dear Sir:—l wish to tes
tify as to what your catarrh treatmeut has
done for me. I was troubled with catarrh
for five or six > ears or more, and felt aa if
death would be a relief. My sense of smell
was entirely'gone, and my hearing and
taste wss very much affected. Your treat
ment relieved at ouce, and iv a few weeks
entirely cured me and restored my lost
senses to their natural condition.
R. Renshaw's offlce. No. 20, Downey block.
Los ASQXLM, August 6,1886.
This is to certify that I bave beeu troubled
with the catarrh for lour yeara. My breath
was offensive, and I uted 'l iferent kinds of
medicine and it failed to cure me. I went
to Dr. W. N. Davis, and he treated me with
the medical inhalation treatment, aud I was
cured in forty-five diys, and am nowiu per
fect health. All tho<e that are troubled
with the catarrh bad better go aud consult
Dr. Davis. JOSEPH BAKER,
217 E. First sireet.
Los Angri.es, June 13,1886.
Dr. W. N. Davis: f
Dear Sir—l was troubled with a bad form
of catarrh of the nose and throat for eight
years, aud I am thankful to say that your
treatment has entirely cured me in a few
weeks (eight weeks). Mv stomach was some
affected, causing Indigestion, which was re
lieved at once. I have gained ten pounds
since I began treatment, and feel better than
since I was a child.
Mrs. Ella Wilkinson,
Figueroa street, near Ward.
This Is to certify thst I am a regrlarly
qualified physician, but not practicing and
have always believed catarrh of the chronic
nasal variety to be an Incurable affliction,
but hearing ot Dr. W. N. Davis' "New Treat
ment" aud his success, I applied to him for
medicine and determined to try it in the
case of oae of my frlenos, snd did so with
the most satißfactory results, as Improve
ment was immediate and one prescription
effected a cure. The case was of years'
standing and a bad type. I can recommend
Dr. Davis to those similarly affected.
3. Haley, M. D.
bos Angeles, Aug. 1,1 85. Ponet Block.
January 2d. 1886.
S Haley testifies that the case he treated
five months ago Is still a cure.
Los anoeles, July 1,1855,
Dr. W. N. Davis:
I have beeu troubled with catarrh of the
dry variety for about five years, since three
years before 1 came to California, and in
one month I feel tost I have beeu eutirely
oured by your remedies.
P. O. Box 825.
Los Angeles, May 25,1886.
Dr. W. N. Davis:
Dear Sir—l am happy to Inform you that
your remedies have cured that terribly ob
stinate catarrh of the b.ick part of tbe noa
trlls and throat, from whlcu I suflered so
much. It does not trouble me at all no *.
aud I have ouly taken yourtreatmeut about
two momhs and a half.
M. S. Fish,
Art Studio, 211 S. Bunker 11111 Avenue.
Los Angeles, Dec. 10th, 1886.
Dr. W. N. Davis:
I was troubled with moist catarrh of the
nose and throat for about two and a-half
yeara, there always being a disagreeable
feeling above the soft palate and a disposi
tion to e'ear the throat. Your treatment
entirely cured me in one month.
Mits. Annie Townsend,
108 Olive Street.
Los Angeles, October 2d, ISB6,
This is to certify that I was troubled with
asthma and bronchitis for one and a half
years, and never was entirely free from It
at any time till two months ago I put my
self under the care of Dr. VV. N. Davis, and
his inhalations gave me relief at once, bo
that I could attend to my business as well as
ever. I now believe that I am entirely
cured. H. J. Deyo,
Ventura street and Vernon avenue.
Los Angeles, January 27, 1880,
This Is to certify that I have been troubled
for four years with bronchitis, and in six
weeks I have been almost entirely cured by
Dr. W N. Davia, and have had no suffocative
attacks since I commenced treatmeut. I can
recommend Dr. Davia to any who are
troubled with tho lungs.
Mrs. M. S. STEVENS,
Ninth Btreet, near Pearl.
Los Angeles February 3,1886.
Dr. Davis—ll it were not for you lam
sure that I would now be dead with lung
disease, which had troubled me for two
years, as at the time I began treatment last
summer I wss so low that 1 was uuable to
continue my trip East, after starting, and
was obliged to return from Mojave I wish
to testify thst I was eutlrdy cured In three
months, aud fouud your charges very rea
Mrs. H. P. Mkssereav,
22 Bernard Btreet.
(1. c. for only a few minutes.)
Office Hours— 9 a. h. to 12.80 t. m.; 3 p. m.
to 6:30 p, m. Sundays, 2to4r. H.
XV. ft. DAVIS, m. If.
45H N. Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal.
(.over People s Store >
jLOS ANGELES DAILY HEKALD, MARCH 4. 1887.
700 Acres in Los Angeles
DIVIDED INTO ONLY
PRICES OF LOTS.
Up to 100 Feet Front, $130. Half-acre Lots, $200.
From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From Ito 4
Acres, $400. 5 Acre Lots, $750.
TERMS—One-fifth cash, balance in eight• equal mouthly payments, with
These prices will continue only until June 1,
1887, when they will positively be advanced. All
who purchase before that date will have the benefit
of the advanced prices.
The entire tract is beautifully situated, with a
charming view, pure air and water and perfect
drainage. The Ostrich Farm Dummy Railroad
runs through the tract, with a five-cent fare guaran
teed to and from the center of the city. This road
will be completed to the tract July 1,1887. Pure and
abundant wate* will be piped through all the streets
The title to the property is absolutely perfect. A
complete abstract will be kept in the office of the
Company forthe inspection of all purchasers, and a
certificate of title will be furnished to each buyer
with his deed.
This tract is situated upon the hills, which are
rapidly becoming the most desirable residence por
tion of the city. The soil is a warm, sandy loam,
free from frost, being in what is known as the
warm belt. The elevation is such that the tempera
ture is more even than in the city.
NOTE—THE FIRST PURCHASERS HAVE FIRST CHOICE.
Free carriage to the tract every day from the
office of the agents, at 9A. M. and 1:30 P. M. Maps
and circulars and all information can be had from
Byram & Poindexter, Managers,
27 WEST FIRST BTBEKT, DANK HLOCK.
Reference, by permission: Los Akoki.es National Bank. Tim
You Can Get a Dozen Cabinet Photographs
Bisbee & Nye, 21 "West First St.
THF.BE PHOTOGRAPHS ABE OF THE VERY HIGHEST STANDARD AND WAR
ranted EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT to those at any of the so-called first-class
galleries, and for which an exorbitant price is asked, Examine our specimens and con
vince yourself. We show proofa of all our wor« and make rosittings free.
nsasm HISHI.I' Ac NYK. No. 81 West Mret St.
Cold Storage Beef at Chino B Market
40 South Spring' Street,
Nearly opposite New City Hall.
Mr*nil beef is fattened on the celebrated Chino Ranch, killed at the celebrated
Chino Ranch Slaughter House (formerly Bstudillo & Pico) n»-ar town, and placed iv tht
cooler at Los Angeles Ice Works, from whence it is delivered to customers direct, after
having hung there two days, or two weeks, as may bo desired. Guaranteed to be prime
and fresh aud pcsJtivery Iree from all animal heat.
■CM M A Kit KIKI>, Proprietor
TELEPHONE Tit. «*
hiis<fi.i.a.\ urn s.
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
Just received from Europe.
The finest stock oi the best makers in the
world, and at prices which we defy compe
tition on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel
Breech-Loading Shotguns from $14 up to $350
each. AU jruns guaranteed. Also, a full
line of Rifles, Pistols, Gun Material and
Ammunition of all descriptions, American
and English. Repairing of the finest class
and chockborlng a specialty.
Sportsmen's Headquarters. 11l Main 3t.
slStf R. SLOTTKRHKrK.
Frame: N. Rust. Chas. G. Raub.
FRANK N. RUST,
Southern California Department
HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO.,
3» SOUTH FORT STREET,
I.on Angeles, Gal.
COUNTRY HOMES for SALE.
A LARGE NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
tracts of improved grape, fruit and
farmlands lv the county; near Norwalk
railway station, only 16 miles from Los
Angelas, In lota of 5, 10. 20, 80, 40 or more
aereHtosult. Within the year they will be
worth double the prlceß now asked.
BUYERB ARE INVITED TO COME TO
NORWALK AND ENJOY A FREE RIIJE
To the numerous tracts from which to
All Inquiries by Letter Prompt*
J. W. VanSlyck, Agent,
jaUdawtf Norivalk, Cal.
An entirely new and very complete stock
Toys and Holiday Goods
Will be ready for exhibition on or about
December 6th, at
111 North Spring St.,
Next to City of Paris.
LAZARUS & MELZER,
nS9tf LoS Angeles.
To Bakers, Confectioners, Hotels, etc.
IF YOU WANT ANY BAKER, PASTRY
cook or confectioner, address the
BAKERS' UNION, No. 45. Postoflice box
1059, or call at JACOI) REUSCH, 109 South
Spring street, Koster's Bakery, ol» ly
Notice of Foreclosure Sale.
FX. EBERLE, PLAINTIFF, VS. JOSEPH
. Wibbelt, defendant—Sheriff's Kale,
No. 5423. Order of sale and decree of fore
closure and sale
Under and by virtue of an order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and sale, Issued
out of the Superior Court of the county of
Los Angeles, State of California, on the 9th
day of February, A.D. 1887, In the above
entitled action, wherein F X Eberle, tho
above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment
and decree of foreclosure and sale against
Joseph Wibbelt, defendant, on tho lltb day
of January, A D. 1887, for the sum of
«1280 16 100 In gold coin of the United States,
which said decree was, on the 19th day of
January, A. D. 1887, recorded in Judgment
Book 7 of said Court, at page 896, et Beg, I
am commanded to sell all that certaiu lot,
piece or psrcol of land situate, lying and
being iv the city nf Santa Monica, county
of Los Angeles, State of California, aud
bounded as follows,to wit:
Lot O, in block number one-hundred and
sixty-eight, asdellueated on a certaiu mapol
the town tile of Sa'ita Monica, ou file In the
office of the Couuty Recorder of the said
county of Los Augeles, the same being a
portion of the tract of land known as the
Rancho San Vicente or San Vicente y Santa
Monica, granted by proper authorities of
Mexico to Franclsca Sepulveda and con
firmed by tho Government Ol the United
■states to R. Sepulveda nnd others.
Public notice is hereby giveD, that on
Saturday, the 19th day of March, A. D. 1887,
at 12 o'clock M. of that day, lv trout nf the
Court House door of tho county of Los An
geles, ou Spring street, I will, lv obedience
to Bald order OI sale aud decreo of fore
closure aud sale, sell the above described
property, or bo much thereoi aa may be
necessary to satisfy said Judgment, with In
terest and costs, etc., lo the highest aud
best bidder, for cash iv gold coin of the
Dtttod this '21st duy of February. ISB7.
JaMES C. KAYS,
f'22-td Sheriff of Los Augeles county._
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
in aud for the county of Los Angeles—
iv the matter ci the estate of Edwin iteavls,
deceased. A document, purporting to be
the last will and testament of tdwiuEeavls,
di ceased, having this day come Into the
possession of said Superior Court, and a
petition for the probate thereof nnd for the
issuance of letters of administration, with
thewbl annexed, to Benjamin H. iteavls,
having been filed by him, it Is ordered tint
Monday, the 7th day of March, at 10 oclock
a. M. ol said day, at the eouttronm of De
partment 1, atthocitv ol Los Augeles, lv the
couuty of Los Augeles, bo and the same Is
hereby appointed the time and place for
pi ovine; said will aud hearing said applica
tion, when and where any pers n interested
may nppe*r and contest the said will aud
may tiie objectinus in writing to the grant-
In? of letters of administration, with the
will annexed, lo snid pclttouer. And it Is
further ordered that notice be giveu thereof
by the Clerk of said Court by publication
not less than ten d ys be ore ssid 7ih day of
March, 1887. in the Los Angeles Daily
Heralo, a news! aper printed aud j.ub
lished in -aid Los Augeles county.
Dated February 23,1887.
A. W. HUTTON,
Victor Montgomery, Attorney for the es
tate of snid deceased. 12i-tmi7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* THAT
ou 'Juesday, the2u:hdayuf March, A. D.
io»7, at 11 ..'clock i'l tho forcuoou oi said
day, npplicntlon will be inado to J. Ham
Harris, Laud Agent of ihe University of
California, at his oflice, at the State Uni
versity lv Berkeley, Alameda county, Call
forn a. for a Duplicate of University Cer
tificate of Purch ise, No 95, dated November
20, 1872, and issued to Francisco P. Forster
for the fractional sec ion 15 and lots 1 aud 2
of section 2?, In township 9 south nud of
range 7 west, San Bernardino merldlau.
The said original certificate ol purchase
has beeu lost, or destrojed, and is beyond
the control of the estate of Jotiu Forster, de
ceased, which said estate is the owuerof tbe
same aud of the laud therein dcs- ribed
Given under my hand this 21st day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1887. M. A. FORSTER,
Administrator of the estate of Johu Forster,
deceased. f24 30t
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ou Tuesday, tne 29th day of March,
A. D. 1887, Rt 11 o'clock m the forenoon of
aaid dny, application will be made to J.
Ham Harriß, Land Agent of tbe University
of California, at his olllce, at the State Uni
versity at Berkeley, in Alameda county,
California, for a Duplicate ol University
Certertificateof Purchase, No. 94, issued on
and bearing date ol November 20, 1872, to
John Fors-er for tbe *i d fractional
south half of section 4, the wboloo! sectiou
3, fractional west half of section 2, Si' !4 0f
NE'., and fractional south half of seclon 9,
the whole of section 10, fractional west half
of section 11, los 1 and 2 of section 14, all In
township 9 south and of range 7 west, San
Bernardino meridian. The said original
certificate of purchase has beeu lost or de
stroyed, and is beyond the control of the es
tate of said John Forster, now deceased,
which said estate Is the owner of 'he same,
and of the laud therein described.
Given uuder mv hand this 21st day of
February, A. D. ISS7 M. A. FORSVEit,
Administrator of the estate of John For
ster, deceased, f2l-3i)t
NOTICE OF TIME
FOR PROVING CODICIL TO WILL.
Stateof California, county of Los An
geles—ln the matter of the estate of Henr>
F .Hpetice.-, deceased—lv the Superior Court.
Notlco Is hereby given that Monday, the
7th day of Msrch, lsS7, at 10 o'clock a. h of
snid day, nt the courtroom of this court, in
the city and county of Los Angeles, has
been appoluted for hearing the application
of Elizabeth A. Spencer and Joseph J. Pow
ers praying that a document now nn file lv
this court, purporting to be a ci dicil to the
last will and testament of Henry F. Spencer,
deceased, be admitted to probate, at which
time and p ace all persous lutci ested therein
may appear and Contest the same.
Dated February 23, 1887.
C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
By L. J. Thompson, Deputy. 124-14
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
Los Angeles—ln the matter of the estate
of Nathaniel M. Wheeler, deceased. Notice
for publication of time of provlug will, etc.
Notice Is hereby given that Monday, th
7th dny of March, 1-.87, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said dny, at tho court room of this court,
lv the city aud couuty of Los Augeles, has
been appointed for hearing the application
of Clara B. Wheeler praying that a docu
ment now on tie in thia court, purportlug
to be the last will and testament of Na
thaniel M. Wheeler, deceased, be admitted
to probate, and that letters testamentary be
Issued thereon to said Clara B Wheeler, at
which time and place nil persons Interested
therein may appear and contest the same.
Dated February 21. 1867.
CHARLES H. DUNSMOOR,
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy. 122-1 Ot
Notice of Foreclosure Sale.
/ 10MMERCIAL BANK OF SANTA ANA,
\j plaintiff, vs. Benjamin B Hsudy, ad
ministrator of the estnte of Chaß. Handy,
deceased, E. E. Edwards and Tllman Bush,
dßfendants.-Sherifr s sale No. f(>4o— Order
nf sale aud decree of foreclosure and sale.
Under and by virtue of an orderof saleand
decree of foreclosure and sele, issued out of
tbe Superior Court of the county of Los An
geles, State of Cnll'oiniu, ou the 24th dny of
February, A. D. 1887, n the above entitled
action, wnereiu Commercial Hnuk of Santa
Ana, the above unmed plaintiff, obtained a
judgment and decree of foreclosure and
sale against Benjamin B. Haudy, adminis
trator of the estate of Chas. Handy, de
ceased, E. E. Edwards and Tllninn Hush.de
fendants, on the 3d day of February, A. U.
1887, for the sum of $'J->o7 20 100 dollars, iv U.
S. gold coin, which said decree was, onthe
sth day of February, 18S7, recorded In jiidg
meut hook 7 of said court, at page 414 etseg.
1 am commanded to sell all that certain lot,
piece or parcel of laud situate, lying and
being In Sau Joaquin township, county of
Los Angeles, Stnte of California, and
bounded and particularly described as fol
Commencing at the southwest corner of a
certain tract of land containing 40 G7 acres,
conveyed by Joseph Fisher to Willie by and
dated April 3, 1870, and recorded in bonk
No. 84 oi deeds, page 7, Records of Los Au
geles County, run n ing thence east along tbe
south Hue of said tract fourteenchalns sud
fifty-four links; thence at right angle north
ten(IO) jhalus nnd twenty-two llnks;thence
nt right angles west on a line parallel with
first line herein described fourteen (14)
chains and fifty four (54) links to the west
line of said 41.07 acre tract, thence south
along the aaid lino teu(lo)clialns and twenty
two links to the point of beginning,contain
ing fourteeu (14) and elgbty-six-bundredths
seres, a iltt'e. more or less.
Public notice is hereby given thnton Mon
day, the 2tst day of March, A. I>. 1887, at 12
o'clock M. of tbat day, iv front of the court
house door of the county of Los A uncles, ou
Spring street, I will, in obed lenne to said or
der of sale and decreo of foreclosure aud
sale, sell tho above-described property, or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said Judgment, with luterest and
costs, etc ,to the highest aud best bidder,
for c«sh In gold coin of fe United States.
Dated this24th day of February, 1887.
JAMES C. KAYS,
feb2st4 Sheriff ot Los Angeles county.
Certificate of Partnership.
WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE
a partnership transacting business in
this Sta c. Its principal place of business
is McPliersoa, California. Its name is Mc-
The full names and respective places of
residence cf all its members are signed
Dated February 16,1887.
Robert McPherson, [l. I,]
McPherson, Los Angeles couuty, Cal,
Stephen McPherson, IL. s.l
McPherson, Los Angeles county, Cal.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j
County of Los Angeles, j "
On this IGth day of February, In tbe year
one thousand eight, huudred aud eighty
seven, before me, Wm. S. Wat3rs, n Notary
Public In and forthesiid couuty of Los An
geles, personally appeared Robert McPher
son, known tmue tn be the person whose
name is subscribed to and who executed
the withiu instrument, and he duly ac
knowledged to me that be executed the
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and a nixed my
official seal, at my otliee in tbe
[L. B.J said county of Los Angeles, the
day snd year in this certificate
first above written.
Wm. S. Waters,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j
County of Los Angeles I
On (sis i»th day of February, A. D. one
thonsaud eight hundred and eighty-seven,
before me, Win. 8. Waters, a Notary Public
In nnd for tlie said county of Los Angeles,
personally appeared Stephen McPherson,
perssually known to me to be the same per
son described iv, whose name is subscribed
to the within instrument, aud he duly ac
knowledged to me that he executed the
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hsnd and affixed my
oilicial seal, the day and yeat iv
[l.s.i this certificate first above writ
Wm. S. Waters,
m2-w4w Notary Public.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
iftSTATE OF AMOS TRAVIS. DECEASED,
ii Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Administrator of tbo estate of Amos
Travis, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, within four months after the
first publication of tbis notice, to the said
Administrator at the office of Smith and
Clark, Temple Block, the same being tbe
place for tl.e transaction of the business of
said estate lv tho county of Loa Angeles.
JAY COLKMAN TRAVIS,
Administrator ef the Estate of Amos Travis,
Dated at Los Angeles, March 1,1887.
mS4w SMITH A CLARK.
K. T. BRYANT. H. A. BRANSCOM.
JJBYAMT & BRANSCOM,
BED STAR LINE TRAPftII'ER CO.,
236 North Main Street, Baker Block.
Baggage and Freight handled with Care
Special attention given to the removal of
Pianos and Organs. Telephone No. 401.
L.M. JKWETT, Superintendent.
COOKE «Sc WISEMAN,
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY
75 N. Sprlag St.. Loi Angeles. nets tf
A GREAT BARGAIN.
IjlOR SALE CHEAP, A HOUSE OF FIVE
! rooms, had, porches, brlok cellar, nne
well of pure water; lot 62x 25; In good ..ic»-
Mon; immediate possession given. Pr.co,
J2OOO, on easy terms, or $1850 all cash.
It VERCH. room 80 Temple block. f4lm
GIVE YOUR CHILDREN, for Coughs and
Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Hoarse
ness, Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C. F.
Heiuzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
To the Stockholders of the Lob Angeles Que
Company and to all others interested.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
the stockholders of the Los Angeles (ins
Company haa boen cslled by the Directors
of said Company to be held at the offlce of
the Company at Number 9 Sonora street, In
the city of Loa Angeles, California, at lf>
o'clock a.m. ou Tuesday tho M dsy of
March, A. «., 18S7. for the purpose of taking
Into consideration aud if deemed necessary
or advisable to provide for the calling in or
redemption of the present outstanding
bonds of the Company and the lssunnce of
other or uew bonds iv Hen thereof, aud also
for tho issuance and Bale of other and addi
tional bo id a of said Company to raise
money with which to pay off and discharge
the indebtedness of said Company scorned
and to accrue for and on nccount of the en
largement and Improvements of the works
and "plant" of said Company made or being;
made. That the amount to which It Is pro
posed to increase such bonded indebted
ness is the sum of one huudred and fifty
By order of the Board of Directors this
day made, dated Los Angeles, California,
the 18th day of January, A, D , 1887
. . CHAS. ELLERY,
td Secretary nf Lor Angeles Ga- Comnanv
MICK FOR PUBLICATION.
PRE-EMPTION NO. FBB7—LAND OFFICE
at Los Angeles, California, February 9,
lcB7.—Notice is hereby given thst the fol
lowing named settler haa filed notice of his
inteuilou to make final proof in aupportof
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Reglßter and Receiver at Los
Angeles, California, ou March 15,1887, vis:
Joseph E Youngblood, of Los Angeles
county, fortt t ->W!4 section 14, T. 4 N., K. 1&
W. lie names the following witnesses to
prove his Continuous restdeu'e upon, and
cultivation if, said laud, viz: John Lang,
Thomas Mitchell, Noah disco, KM. Erwin,
all oi Lang Post dhce, California.
flo-30t J. I). li. THUNK, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
INSTATE OF 11. 0. TOWSON, PECEASED.
A Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of the estate of add
deceased, to the creditors of, nud all per
sons having claims against tbe said de
cessed, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within lour mouths after the first
publication of this notice to tbe said ad
ministrator at the office of Greaves & O'Mel
veny, room 21 B*ker block, Los Ange.es,
California, the same Icing the place for the
trausactiou of the business of said estate,
Los Augeles, February 9,1887
J. M. ELLIOTT,
flO 4w Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF JULIA SHOWERS, DE
ceased—Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned executor of the last will and
testament of Julia Showers, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persous having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the first publication of
this notlc« to said . xecutor at his resi
dence, Wilmington, Los Angeles county,
California, the tame being the place for the
transaction of th-- business of said estate
in the oounty of Los Angeles.
Da'ed at Wilmington, California, January
3. 1887. HENRY NOEL MORGAN,
Executor of the last will aud testament of
Julia Showers, deceased. 110-4W
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF SUSAN GOODWIN, DE
ceased. —Notice is hereby given by the
unders'gued, snmlnistrator of the estato of
Susan Goodwid, deceased, to the creditors
of, and persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice, to
the said administrator, at the office of
Smith, Huttou & Clark, Koora< 92 and 98,
Temple Block, iv the city and couuty of Los
Administrator of the estate of Susan Goon
Dated at Los Angeles, January '27,1887.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF JEREMIAH COLLINS, DE
ceeaed.—Notice is hereby given by the
unders'giied, executrix of the last will of
Jeremiah Collins, deceased, to the creditors
of, aud all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, withiu ten months after
the first publication of this notice, to the
said excoutrlx at her residence, corner
Woulnn-t and Figueroa streets, Los Anee
les city, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate, in
tho county of Los Ange'es.
Dated Los Augeles, January si, ISB7.
Executrix of the last will aud testament
of Jeremfsh Collins, deceased. f3-4w
IN THE SDPERIOR COURT"
OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES,
State of Cnlllornia—ln the mattei of
the estate of D. H. Hale,deceased,—Notice
is hereby given by the undersigned, admin
istrator of the above named estate, to the
creditors ot, and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the tome,
with the ueces6ery vouchers, within ten
mouths from the first publicat'on of this
notice to the undersigned, at the oflice of
Greaves A O'Melveny, room 21 Baker block,
lv the city of Los Augeles, tin.', being the
place for the transaction of all business of
flo-4w J. M. KLLIOTT, Administrator.
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE. LOS ANGELES. FEB
ruary 10, 18s7—Notice is hereby given
that the fo lowing named settler has filed
notice of his iuteiiii >n to make final proof
lv support of his claim, and that snid ptoof
will be made before the Register and Re
ceiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on April IC,
1887, viz :
Homestead Application No. 1607. for the lot
2, of lot ti, and V. 1 ■> of lot 1. section 4,
township b uonh, range 12 west, 8. B. M .
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon. Hud cultiva
tion of, said lnud. viz : J. Watkins, Geo
Delph, C. c. Jeffries, 11. Marteeu, of Alpine
Station. J. D. BETHUNE, Register.
Temple Street Cable Railway Com
lOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF
J business, Loa Angeles, California.
Notice is hsreby given that at a meeting of
tho Directors, held ou the 25th dny of Feb
ruary, 1887, au assessment oi two dollars and
fifty cents per share was levied upon the
cpltal stock of the corporation, pavble
immediately to the Secretary of aaid Com
pany, at hia oflice. No. 1251 Temple street,
city of Los Angeles.
Any stock upou which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the SCth dsy of
March, 1887. will be delinquent sud adver
tised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before, will be sold ou the
20th day of April, 1887, to pay the delin
quent assessment together with costs of ad
vertising and expenses of sale.
F. W. WOOD,
Secretary Temple Street Cable Railway
Company. Office, 1251 Temple Street.
ESTATE OF M. F. TYLER, DECEASED—
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Executor of the last will and testa
ment of M. F. Tyler, deceased, to the cred
itors of, and all persons having claims
against the said decosßed, to extdbit them
with the necessary vouchers, withiu ten (10)
months sfter the first pubilciv lon of this
notice, to the said executor, ;at Room is
Temple Block, Los Angeles City, that being
his place of business for the transaction of
the business of said estate in the County of
Los Angeles. A. 11. DUNLAP,
Executor ol tho last will of M. F. Tyler, de
Dated at Los Angeles, February 25, 18S7,
!F O R REN T
PROSPEROUS TOWN OF POMONA
BRICK STORE, COR. OF ELLEN AND
Secoud streets, vow occupied ns a hard
ware store. The building Is 2tix7o feet, wbh
warehouse attached; counters and shelv
ing all complete, and handsomely fitted.
This Is a fine opening for a large stock of
hardware aud agricultural implements.
Apply to JOHN JOHNSTON, Pomona,
Or to SCHODKR, JOHNSTON & CO.,
Pomona, February 28, 1887. *25-lm.
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