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THURSDAY APRIL 18, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Printing House Is
not surpassed by any Job rrluting office
on the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran
cisco, lv facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at this office.
How It Works.
Recent attempts to sell real es- I
tate in San Francisco have simply j
demonstrated that it has no mar- ,
ket value, for there are absolutely i
no bidders. This was tbe experi
ence of Mr. Hyde, tbe assignee, the
other day, when he attempted a
public sale of the real estate of the
defunct Pioneer Bank. We are not
obliged to go far to discover the
cause of this anomalous state of
things. The meetings on the sand
lota tell the whole story. People
do uot want real estate iv a city
threatened with blood and arson.
Tbe most lamentable feature about
it all is that when men of meaus
are afraid to purchase real estate.
They are also too cautious to build.
Nothing is said to be so timid as a
million dollars except ten or twenty
millions. When people of wealth
neither buy property nor build
houses tbe effect on the working
man is immediate and disastrous.
His employment ceases and he is
brought to want. The compensa
tion which tbo laboring man has
received for his deprivation and
lack of work is the pleasure of list
ening to the dulcet accents of Mr.
Dennis Kearney. This is a very
sweet privilege to those who like
it, but it hardly repays his hearers
for killing the goose that laid the
golden egg. We are perfectly of
opinion that the insolence of capi
tal should be rebuked and tho dig
nity of labor asserted and main
tained, but it should be done tem
perately and firmly, in the spirit
of reform and not in that of ven
geance and agrariauism. The work
ing man, by listening to violent
counsels, and inspiring the capi
talitalist with downright fear, has,
as we have said, brought about the
paralysis which to-day exists iv
Sau Francisco. The late Mark
Hopkius was a marked instauce of
this. That gentleman was build
ing one of the llnest and costliest
houses ou the continent—a house
which was to have cost several
millions of dollars. Away back iv
September Kearney held one of his
meetings on Nub Hill. His har
angue was inflammatory and abu
sive in the extreme. He breathed
threstehings of lire and slaughter,
and the yells of his supporters af
frighted Mr. Hopkins, at that time
in poor health. Toe next morning
he weut down to the architect and
told him to suspend work, that he
could not feel justified in going on
with an expensive house which
might be burned down by a mob
before lhe finishing touches were
put upon it. That resolution caused
two hundred mechanics to be
thrown out of work. Mr. Hopkins
can scarcely be blamed by a reason
able man for his determination.
His argument was that if the house
must go down by fire it was econo
my to let it burn down 111 an un
finished state. It stauds to-day
precisely in the plight it w;is left
in last September. Mark Hopkins
is dead, and those who know him
well say that the agifalion of thai
night wus the rial cause of his
death. When a man of uot very
robust physique at best reaches
sixty-three or sixty-four years of
age, it does not take much to kill
him. If it be indeed true that he
died from that cause, Ihe whole In
cident perfectly illustrates the In
terdependent character of capital
aud labor, how easy it is for each
to injure the other, aud how like a
boomeraug an excess committed
by eithercapitalist or workingman
may react ugainstlhe violator of
tbe unwritten but emphatic bond
of harmony which should exist be
tween them, and which should lead
each to be forbearing to the other.
Botli the man of many dollars aud
the man of many wants may learn
a pregmtnt lesson from the episode.
We aro glad to see that our con
temporary, the Sau Kranc'sco Ex
aminer, of the loth inst , tukes the
position on the fusion of parties for
the election of delegates lo the Con
stitutional Convention constantly
occupied by the Herald since the
plan was first mooted, in a Sacra
mento dispatch to tho Alia, some
six weeks ago. We desire to he a
party to no surrender of the Dem
ocracy. Its principles are the
sheet anchor of tho rights of both
the State and the people, aud no
compromising acts, by unworthy
Democrats elected to effice, can
lessen their hold upon the affection
and loyalty of the Democracy. The
Examiner concludes au elaborate,
thoughtful and eloquent article
with Iho following pertinent re
flections, lis appeal to the press is
uot directed to us, for ihe Herald
was tbe tirst of the Democratic
press to sound the note of waru
The present Constitution attests
the superior statesmanship of the
Democracy of 18)0. Shall it be the
everlasting reproach aud the hu
miliating conlession of the Demoe
incy of California of this day that
tbe organization has so wofully de
teriorated as not now to he able to
present for candidacy barely one
hundred ami li fly-two of their num
ber with brains and honesty and
statesmanship enough to frame the
instrument anew? If the Demo
cratic party of this citato has reach
ed that lowest level from whence it
must reach up to Radicalism to re
cruit itself in worth and ability, or
is compelled to slavishly obey the
dictum of the Railroad magnates,
to supply tbe places it has to fill,
the quicker it dies aud disappears
the better it will bo Tor its own fu
ture fame aud for the great and in
corruptible Democratic organiza
tion of the Uuion. San Francisco
may fali down before tho bidding
of the mouopolists, but we have an
abiding hope and au unbounded
faith iv the integrity of the Dem
ocracy of the interior counties in
tills portentous exigency. The
Democratic Press and tlio uncom
>romising Democratic hosts will,
we are sure, continue to bold the
brt. Now is the time for the Deru
jcracy of California to convince
;he "Railroad Monopoly I hut the
par'y is the mightier of the two.
Tiie Chronicle has devoted ilself
sedulously, of late, to planting its
blows between the third and fifth
ribs of the Bonauz'4 Kings and the
bonanza mines. The attentive and
painstaking Call, which Is nothing
if not mildly insinuating, suggests
that tho Chronicle's zeal would
never have been displayed had it
not been caught, once upon a time,
short on its margins and unmerci
fully "cinched." We have often
had occasion to notice what an ad
mirable thing is the esprit dv corps
of the newspaper profession. They
never make it necessary to apply
to thorn the touching lines of
Watts, "Dogs delight to bark and
bite," etc. They are the one branch
of the literary profession tbat ob
serve the comity which should ex
ist amongst fellow craftsmen.
They realize perfectly the picture
of brethren dwelling together in
harmony. Especially is this the
case with the San Francisco press.
The eccentricities of crimo are
well illustrated by the resolutions
passed by the murderers of T. Wal
lace More disclaiming all sym
pathy with his slaying. They
made a very neat discrimination
that should be noted by moralists.
It is that meu may commit crime
aud yet not sympathize with their
own act. There is nothing like
keeping your professions of virtuo
up to Standard at whatever tangent
your practice may start off from
the precepl. It is bad enough to
litid that a man is capable of com
mitting a red-handed crime, hut it
is some consolation to know that
he don't seek to justify it.
The great Beecher remains un
ruffled under the pressure of calam
ity. His attitude reminds us of
nothing so much as of that cf
Pecksniff when ho was knocked
down by the cane of old Martin
Chuaalewlt. He remained full of
religion and of the sweetest pre
cepts of the gospel. Ho was bruised
by the blow and the fall, but his
pious resignation came out bril
liantly under the ordeal. There is
every reason to believe that
Beecher will still submit to be
petted and condoled with by the
fair sisters of Plymouth church.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
pepealal to lite Herald by the Western
tJlll.'tt Telegraph Company.!
Pacific Coast News
- Al>t»:ie<ttioiiN at CliluAinrH for
■, San Francisco, April irtii.—
r Several Chiueso merchant! have
made application to F. A. Bee ami
B. S. Brooks to aiil them in obtain*
; Ing naturalization papers from the
. Federal Courts. Such applications
will shortly be made to the United
States Circuit Court and tbe bar
will then be invited to discuss the
i question of the admissibility of
, Mongolians to become citizens.
■ Several Chinamen have been
granted paper* of citizenship by
i Judge Hoffman and other United
f States Judges, but the question of
I their eligibility to the right of citi
zenship lias never been adjudicated
In the Federal Courts.
An .. ss.if t..i i: i. ,n. - CMP,
San Fkancisco, April I".—Best
& Belcher and Oould <Ss Curry have
each levied an assessment of one
dollar per share, delinquent May
21st and 22d respectively.
Governor Irwin, who is now In
the city, states that he has not de
. cided to interfere witli the execu
tion of the sentence of deatli of
John Bunk, who is to be hung on
Friday, unless iv the meantime re
prieved. A number of petitions
have been presented for the miti
gation of his eeutence, which the
Governor lias not jet examined,
but it is thought they will not in
fluence him to grant a reprieve,
Salem, Ogn., April 17tli.—The
Itepublican Convention, after re
cess effected a permanent organiza
tion. The platform was reported
and adopted without dissent. It
declares for sound money aud for
the maintenance of the public faith
to the fullest extent; has a moder
ate resolution iv support of the na
tional administration und sets forth
the necessity of reform in State af
fair?. On the first ballot H. X,
Hines, of Union county, was nom
inated for Congress. Three ballots
wero had on Governor without re
sult. The prlucipal candidates for
that office are I). 1\ Thompson,
Henry Failing and 1,, h. Rowland.
The strength of eae'j is about the
At tho evening session of the ,
Convention all the candidates for ,
Governor who had before been j
named, were withdrawn and W.
D. Hare, of Clatsop couuty and C. ,
C. Beekman, of Jackson, were put |
in nomination. On the fifth bal
lot Beekman was nominated and
the nomination was on motion
made unanimous. The business of
the Convention will not be finished '
Latest Eastern News.
Hie. Adjournment Itesitlimon In
itto Halt**— WltfKtnlou'M
Washington, April 17th.—The
■Senate resolution to-day proposing
the dual adjournment of Congress
an the 10th of June, took the House
completely by surprise, but it was
[prickly perceived to be capable of
use as an elt'ective means of smoth
ering the tariff bill, tho leading op
ponents of which Immediately de
manded the yeas and nays on Fer
nando Wood's motion for its refer
ence .to the Ways and Means Com
mittee. Nearly all the Republi
cans aud all tho anti-tariff bill
Democrats, with only two
or three exception"-, united
in sufficient force to defeat
this motion and during the subse
quent long parliamentary struggle
thus maintained a majority ol 35
or 40 votes against all effirts lo re
fer or emend the Senate resolution.
Finally, however, they allowed the
question to go over until to-mor
row, when it w ill come up imme
diately after reading tho journal
and, as soon as filibustering ter
minates, a vote must be taken upon
the motion to concur wilboul
amendments. There is, of course,
every indication at present thai
this motion will prevail, in which
case the taritr bill may be consid
ered Hie same as absolutely deal
for this session and for the wholi
Congress also, us the next sessior
will be too short to admit of thi
possibility of action upon it. A
majority of the Democrats, aside
from their views on the tarill ques
tion, greatly dislike the stand taken
by a minority of their number
as concurrence iv tho Senate reso
lution -vil 1 to a large extent placo
it in tho power of the Senate to de
feat House measures by nonaction,
without apparently auumlog any
responsibility therefor and will also
inevitably compel the House to
forego the consideration of some
pet measures of the Democratic
majority, by reason of the evident
lack .d' lime to puss them and the
regular appropriation bills also.
An earnest effort, therefore, will be
made iv caucus to-night to devise
some means of rallying all the
Democratic members to oppose so
early an adjournment. To this
end a proposition will be offered
for a formal postponement of the
tarill' bill until next December.
The House Public Lands Com
mittee to-day agreed to recommend
for passage Wigginlon's bill for the
relief of homestead and pre-emp
tion settlers on restored railroad
lands and for the repayment of the
fees and commissions paid by In
nocent partial for entries of spuri
ous homestead scrip, etc.
Cuntparatlva sumoe** aeaietteeett.
New York, April 17th. — The
Publiu says that haul;ing exchanges
for tho week ending April 13th re
flect the same condition of busi
ness which was observed during
, tho tirst week of April. Returns
from eighteen cities, as compared
With tbe corresponding week last
year, show the loss of 11.4, as fol
lows: Losses — New York, 13.2;
Boston, 2.3; Philadelphia. 17.4;
Chicago, 17.3; Cincinnati, 9.4; Bal
timore, 14.1; St. l.ouis, 118; Pitts
burgh, 9.7; Louisville, 12; Provi
dence, 15; Cleveland, 30; New Ha
ven, 3; Syracuse, 30. Gains—San
Francisco, for week ending April
6th, 70.7; New Orleans, 10.1; Mil
waukee, 14.7; Indiauapolis, 30.1;
Lowell, 70.9. As to tho general
condition of business, the aggre
gate exchanges still show a decline
slightly greater than the decline in
prices since last year, but this is in
part due to smaller transactions in
stocks at New York. Tho aggre
gate for eighteen other cities show
| a loss somewhat smaller than the
decline iv prioes.
Tweed t»nl In Ills tell at Uveett-
NEW York, April 17th.—The fu
neral of Wm. M.Tweed took place
to day from the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Douglas. Only per
sonal friends of the family were ad
mitted to the house wliero the
burial service of the Episcopal
Church was read by the Rev. Dr.
Price, the clergyman who oflieiated
at the wedding of Tweed, thirty
years ago. After the services the
remains were taken to Greenwood
Cemetery, followed by about a
dozen couches containing mourner*,
t'oukiitiif a sort oi Denies.
New York, April 17th.—A spe
cial Washington dispatch to the
Brooklyn Eagle says that Conk
ling repudiates in an ambiguous
way the World interview published
Menr, Wneai and Wool.
NEW York, April 17th.—Flour
dull and steady. Wheat active on
account of warlike news from Lon
don ami the market closed a half
higher. Wool dull, the only fea
ture being tlio better feeling for
fall California, Ihe reduced supply
aud scarcity of choice lots causing
holders to be less anxious to find
buyers. Sales of 35,000 pounds pri
vate; also 1:0,000 pounds heavy
spring at 12}.
HUNTSVIXLE, Alu., April 17th.—
A mob has just lynched Mike
White and two negroes, who assas
sinated Bboenberger ou Saturday.
European Cable News.
luitl.tu Troc|»v t<OW .tf ttlfa.
London, April 17th. —The news
from the various news centers is
not reassuring. A ■eml-offleia]
dispatch from Calcutta says that
the Indian government lias re
ceived orders to send troops to
Malta aud the following regiments
are designated to leave: The Ninth
Bengal Cavalry, First Bombay
Light Cavalry, Second Ohoorkas,
13th and 31st Bengal Infantry, 25th
Madras Infantry, two regiments of
the Bombay Native Infantry, aud
two Bombay field batteries, tile
Sappers and Miners and two com
panies of the Madras sappers and
miners. The Native Infantry will
be brigaded with the British at
Malta. The Assistant Quarter
master and Commissary Generals
at Calcutta have gone to Malta to
arrange for tbe rseeptiou of the
Trouble nun Olio, Ojinnllvre
London, April 17th. —The notices
of reduction of wages of cotton op
eratives in Lancashire expire to
day ami to-morrow. There is litt|e
hope of averting a struggle, which
will involve a stoppage of two hun
dred thousand looms and six mil
lion spindles und make idle no less
than 120,000 work people.
Cnbluet Conceit urn Euiloil.
Constantinople, April 17th.—
The contest iv tho Cabinet contin
ues. Ahmed Veflk Eilendi, Presl
dent of the Council of Ministers, |
tendered his resignation ou Mon- I
day. but withdrew It after a coufer
ence with the Sultan. Bnfet Pasha
and Mehmet Ruchdi Pasha have
been appoiuted Ministers without
Hall Sturm nt l.uuiloii.
London, April 17th. —A severe
thunder storm aud hail passed over
Loudon this afternoon.
A Boy's Composition on Girls.
Girls is tlio only folks that has
their own way every time. Uirls
is of several thousand kinds, and
sometimes one girl can he like sev
eral thousand other girls If she
wants to do anything. If you rub
'em the right way of the hair
they'll purr and look sweet at you,
but if you rub them tho wrong way
or step on their tails, they'll claw
at you. So long as you let a girl
bave her own way she's nice and
sweet, but just cross her aud she'll
spit at you worse nor a cat. Oirls
is also like mules. If a girl don't
want to believe anything you can't
make her. If she knows its so she
won't say so. Brother George says
ho doesn't like big girls, but he
does like little ones; nnd when I
saw him a kissing Jennie Joues
last Sunday, and told him what
he'd said, he said he was a bit
ing her, cause lie don't like
her. I think he hurt her, for
she hollowed and run, anil there
was a big red spot all over her two
cheeks. This is all I know about
girls, and father says the less I
know about them the better off
A little tot of four years was out
walking witli her father, the other
day. Pasting it store where one of
the signs was a big boot, she asked,
"What do they make here, papa?"
"Why. they make boots here, my
childj" said the father. In front of
the next store was a big New
foundland dog. "Pupa, do they
make dogs here?" asked little In
I'rmii 11 UIMIIUfnUUH Jurist.
"I have tried me Peruvian sykui', and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has mode a new man ut me, infused ln
lo my system new visor and energy. 1
am uo longer irornnloui and debilitated
m when yon last law rue, hut stronger,
heartier, and Wltll a larger capacity for
labor-mental and physical—than at any
time daring tho last Ove years. .Sold ty
Do it al Once!
Persons who have becomo thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a leaspoonfulof Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a little cold
water, well wcctened.
A WiDii - Awake Youth's PAPEK.—
For Judicioui editing, select and popular
ooutrlbutors, and iprlghly, entertaining
reading,the Youth's Companion, of llostou
has no super loi among the youth's publi
Lyon's KATitAXbon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its tall*
Ing out or turning gray. It lias stood thr
test of 40 yean is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good slock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends to
keep them through the winter should at
onoe get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders, one dollar's
worth will save at least a half a ton of
Henry K. Bond* Of Jefferson, Maine, was
cured <n spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the stomach, by the use of John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Rcmrkable Cure.
West Tow.vsend, Vt. f May 11, 18(10.
M BSjgßfl* 8. Wt Fowlk & Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years since I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
Where it remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching iv earnest for some
medicine whlon would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and daily g:ew worse. I had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ot
blood. 1 had profuse night sweats and
severe pain tn my side. 1 continued In
this state for month*..aud became so weak
that It was With great difliculty I could
wall;, when I was advised to tryWisrAii's
Balsam ok Wll-n OBUUtYi and, to
my great joy I soon found that Hits rem
edy had arrested lhe Disease. I contin
ued to use the Balsam to the extent offive
bottles and have, since then experienced
no dlillculty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved myllfS and I shall ever hold
it iv high estimation.
All persons having claims against tho
late firm of li. D. WILSON A CO. are
ht>r*hy not Hied and requested to present
the same at once to the undersigned, at
liis resilience, at San Marine, Los Ange
les county; and all persons Indebted to
said linn are iiereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
aplB't J. DE BART FT BHOBB.
l'er T. «fc U.
.Seventeenth District Court— J. M. Grif
fith and Sedgwick j. Lynch, Plaintiffs,
b, A*exander Henry and \v. 1L Henry,
UND Kit AND BY VIRTUE OF A DEGREE
of foreclosure and oider of gale, en
tered in tho District Court of tbo 17th Judi
cial District of the State of California, In and
for Los Angeles county, on tbe 15th
day of January, A. D. 1878. and a writ on
foreclosure of mortgage, entered In the
aforesaid District Court, annexed to said
decree and dated the 16th day of April, A. D.
IH7B, in the above entitled case, and iv favor
of J. M. Griffith and Sedgwick J. Lynch,
plaintiffs, and against Alexander Henry and
W. U. lleury, defendants, a certi
fied copy of which said decree of foro:los<
ure, duly attested under the seal of said
Court on the l(sth day of April, A. D. 1878,
and delivered to nio, together witli the writ
annexed thereto, on tlio 16th day
of April, A. B. 1«78, whereby I am com.
mauded to sell at public auction, to the high,
est and best bidder, for cash, in U. 8. gold
cofs, tho following and in said decreo de
ter! bed roal estate, to-wit:
All that certain tract or land, situate in
the county of Los Angeles, Slate of Cali
fornia, and being a portion of the Kan
cho Sau Juan Calon de Santa Ana, s;dd
portion being described as follows, to
The aouthcint quarter of the southeast
quarter of section numb3r seven (7), und
Ihe southwest quarter of the southwest
quarterof section number eight (8), In
township number four (4) south of the
base line, range number ten (it)) west of
theßan Bernardino meridian, and con
taining eighty (801 acres of land*
Public notice Is hereby given that on
MONDAY, THE IStii DAY OF
MAY, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock noon,l will proceed to sell at tho
court house door, m tho city and coun
ty of Los Angeles, State of California, at imb
lie auction, to the highest and best bidder, fur
c&ah, in U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree,
for principal, interest, attorneys' fees.'cost a,
and all accruing costs, alt the above de
scribed real estato.
Given under my hand, at Los Anguus, this
Kitli day of April, A. D. 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
4*R I AAA aafary. PtnajMi mMmn
KJJ 1 1111 11 lo BCltourSi-.pleOi.oj3 to
I / 1111.1-:, r.. Expenses p*«. *c
•HI I All 111 111 A OBAJtTi CO., No. a,
V f.eaaßoißiSt., j
in tbe Probate Court
Of the County of Dos Angeles, I
State of California.
IN THE MATTER. OF THO ESTATE '
ok B. d. Wilson, Deceased. '
Notice is hereby given uy tlio under
signed, excc.itor and executrix
ur the estate or H. I>. Wil
son, deceased, lo tho creditors
of and all persons havingolaltns against
the said doeensedtoexhlbit them.with the
necessary vouchers within ten months
utter the first publication ol Mils notice, to
the said executor and executrix, at their
residence at L.akc Yinej urd, l.os Angeles
couuty, California, or at tlio taw offices of
Thorn A Ross, in Temple Block, Los An
J. UK 11AKT1I SHORE,
Executor nnd Executrix of the estale ol
11. 1). Wilson, deceased.
Dated April 17, 1878. aIS-lw
Seventeentti District Court—Doria Jones,
Executrix ol the Estate ot John Jones,
deceased, Plaintiff*,vs. Christian Kluhr,
Lizzie Fluhr, J. M. Greaves aud John
M. iiriiiuh, Defendants.
VTNDEF. AND BY VIRTUE OK A
J decreo of foreclosure and or
der ot sale entered In the
District Court of tlie 17th .Indicia!
District of the .State of Calilornia. In and
for Los Angeles eounly, ou the i!, r itli day
ot March, A. D. 1878, and a writ on fore
closure of mortgage entered In the afore-
Bald District Court, annexed to said de
cree and datl d the 15th day of April, A.
D. 1878, In tiie above entitled case, and lv
favor of Doria Jones, executrix of the is
tate of John Jones, deceased,plaintiff,
and against Christian Klnhr, Ltsxle
Kluhr, J. M. Greaves and J, M. Griffith,
- defendants, acerlilied copy of which said
decree of foreclosure duly attested under
the seal of said court on the lath day
of April, A. D. 1878, and delivered tome
together with the writ, annexed thereto
on the 101 li day of April, A. D. 1878,
whereby lam commanded to sell at public
■ auction, to- the highest and best bidder
for cash in U. S. gold coin, the following
and in said decree described real estate,
That certain lot ol land, Bltnate, lying
. aud being In tho elty aud county of Eos
' Angeles, State of California, fronting on
• the northwest side of Main street, in said
r city,and being the premises known as
Ihe Lafayette Hotel; bounded southeast
" hy Main street, northwest by New High
street, northeast by lot of Ansae A Mao*
Dougall, formerly of Potter, and south
! west by properly of Theodora Wollweb
her, together with the tenements, here
ditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that on
, SATURDAY, THE 11th DA JT OF
MAY, A. D. 187S,
At 12 o'clock noon, I will proceed to sell,
I at the Court House dour, in the city and
I county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction to the highest and
• best bidder, for cash In U. S. gold coin, to
r satisfy said decree for principal. Inter
/ eat, attorney's fees, costs and all accru
. Ing costs, all the above described real os
Given under my hand, at Los Angeles,
this llllh day ol April, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
f I apis td Sheriff.
Seventeenth District Court—P. 11. Down
ing, Plaintiff,vs. A. H. Neldecfceu and
Sarah Neideeken, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTOE OF A
a decreo of foreclosure and order of
sale entered in the District Court
of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of the State of Calilornia, In and for Los
Angeles county, on the 27 th day of March.
A.D. 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of
mortgage, entered in the aforesaid Dis
trict Court, annexed to said decree and
dated the 15th day of April, A. D. 1878, in
the above entitled c iso, and in favor of P,
11. Downing, plaint iff, aud against A. 11.
Neideeken and Sarah Neideeken, defend
ants, a certified copy of Which said de
creo of foreclosure, duly attested un
der the seal of said court on the 15th day
of April, A. D. 1878, und delivered
tome, together with the writ annexed
thereto, on the lGth day of
April, A. D. 1878, whereby I
am coramanndcil to sell at public auc
tion, to Ihe highest and best bidder, tot
cash in IT. H. gold coin, the following and
in said decree described real estate, to
That certain lot, piece or parcel of land
situiite, lying aud being In tho city and
eounly of Los Angel es, stale of Cal horn hi,
and known aud described as follows, fo
hounded on the east by Main street,oo
tho south by Seventh slreet, having a
frontage of fifty feet on Main street nnd a
depth on Seventh street of one hundred
and ten feet, more or less,being a portion
of iot one (1), block sixteen (hi), of Urd's
survey of said cily, it being the samo lot
purchased by w. ii.J. Brooks of Jasper
Babcock. and by said Brooks conveyed to
said Neideeken by deed bearing date
July H9th, 187.">.
Public notice Is hereby given tha I on
MONDAY, THE 13th DAY OK
MAY, A. D. 1878,
At 12:,10 o'clock P, IS,, I will proceed
to sell, at ihe Court House
door, la tlio city and county
of Los Angfdes, Stale of California, at
public auction to tho highest and best
bidder for cash in U. S. gold coin, to satis
fy said decree for principal, interest,
attorneys' fees, costs and all accruing
costs,all the above described real estate.
Given under my hand,at. LOS Angeles,
this 16th duy ol April, A. I). 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
apl7 Id Sheriff.
JUST RECEIVED, THE lIEST LINE
EVER OPENED HKItK.
SPRING St , CENTRAL BLOCK.
Grand Central Saloon
No. 38 Main St.
CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES,
LIQUORS AND CIOARS.
ttrrfiestof MALT LIQUORS. imported
and domestic, bouicd and on drangbt.
"lS3tr M AIN & FURMAN
Flannel and Lightweight
JUST RUOUIVEO nt tl>o
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
Physiology and Phrenology.
MRS. BRILLO WSKY
Pl 'ivnto Leotui-cs
At l.er rooms, ton th toil corner of Second
and olive streets, from 10 ,\. n.igt p. m.,
on Physiology nnd I'urcnology. All per
sons suffering from any kind of dlsoiise,
mule or female, should not full of con
sulting Mrs. 11., ns she will answer nil
questions on I'yslology. All secrets kept
Inviolate. Persons wishing lo consult
Mrs. 11. Nt their own residences, can
le.ive their orders at steere A Iluldy's
Fnrnllure Store, 111] Main slreel, opposite
the Ootirt House.
BS-.JHARQES MODERATE. telo-lm
I am no* nnUy to re elvo animals on
pasture, lv my out- osed lands, In the
western part of the idly.
All animals at owners' risk.
Apply atmyo!Hoo. I*. BEAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico House
The BILLIARD SALOON opposite the
New Depot. For price, etc., enquire on
the premises, or ol Lips, Cralgun A 0.,
No. .1 I.os Anneles street. als-lw
SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED
FOR TWO Olt THREE YEARS.
FIRST CLASS IiANdE.
PLENTY OK WATER.
Address RANCH, lleral 1 office. als>2w
The Directors of the partners' ami Mer
chants' Bank of Los Angeles have de
clared a dividend at the rale of twelve
per cent, per annum for the three months
past, payable at once.
18AIAS W. HELLMAN.
l.os Angeles, April 10, 187 S. ul7-10t
At Round House Garden,
Ou Next Saturday Evening.
fid-All respectable people ato invilcd
FIRST CLASS MUSIC by Professor
Mil. KLAIBER, tho Proprietor, will
spare noexpenso to give satisfaction.
Gentlemen 50. | Ladies Free
A GRAND BALL
win. in: OIVKM hy
DIVISION NO. 1,
Ancient Order Hibernians,
At Turn-Verein Hall,
Easter Monday Eve'g,
DOHS' FULL SAND,
The best in the cily, will furnish tho
No expense will be spared to make it
the most enjoyable one of t he season.
ADMISSION, Gentleman and La lies, SI.
TO UK GIVEN BY TIIK
Italian Benevolent Society
— os —
SUNDAY, APRIL 28ih, 1878.
The Committee of Arrangements
assure the public that no pains or ex
pense will be spared to make this one of
th 3 pleasantest picnics of th* so ison.
T I C liL ETM,
Admitting Gentleman and Ladies, 00 els.
REFRES II M 10 NTS
ON TIIE GROUNDS,
JUBI L E E
IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
INCONCE Bt T
Place and dale will be announced
in due time.
Admission, - - - -si.oo
The Groat Russian Remedy for
WASTING, DEBILITY AND
Manufactured by A. MYERS, A. M.
C. E. HITHER, IN Main St.,
in Him Agent ror Los Angeles county.
(pnGOI.I) PLATED 'WATCHES.
< lath, knuwu worUI. H.mul. W airbrra.
.|oDla. am™ a. Com.TI.ACo., CUI.Mo.
LEHMAN & CO.
Furnirure. Carpets, j
BEDDING, ETC. ,
Gompletest and Most Select j
STOCK IN 188 CITY.
aw PRICKS THH LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST. '
Uciiairiug & Upholstery Work
HADE A SPECIALTY.
HP Call and see us before purchasing I
129 & 131 MAIN ST..
mioir Mcdonald block.
WE SELL OUR
BY FA II CHEAPER THAN ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.
EXAMINE OUIi STOCK.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
ANEW ENTERPRISE FOR I.OS
Tlio PACIFIC DAIRY
Have opened a Milk Depot,
On Temple St., Near Spring,
Aud are prepared lo sell absolutely pure
milk, received Iresh twlco a day, at
VtVtO CENTS A QUART,
Milk is cheaper than whisky. Friends
of the blue ribbon, don't forget the place,
Temple street, near Spring.
BJrSWEET CREAM, BUTTERMILK,
BUTTER, EGGS, Milk by the Glass, elc.
Bread and Milk and cold lunch, lucents.
Persons who desire to become conver
sant with photography will be Instructed
in the art by me upon an expeditious
method nnd at moderate rates.
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT $100, $200 AND
UP TO $ I 000.
These Bra decided bargains, and the
purchasers are certain of large profits.
ap.'itf Wolfenstein's Art Gallery.
Has removed liis Agricultural fmple*
, ment Store to
No. 24 Aliso Street,
Nextdoor to LambOtlrn A Turner. m:JI lm
UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS AT
fH)c.; Hats, BOO,; Socks, ,1 pairs for
f 2je.: Haudkerehle s, 2 for 2»c.
SUIT of CLOTHES for 5«.7 5,
and ail poods eoid at our store 23 per
cent, cheaper than any other
nouse in the cily.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
• VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
On A LAMBDA ST BEST, opposite the
TWENTY AO EES, all under cultiva
tion; 7UO orange und other fruit trees,
• many in bearing; good new resilience,
f with seven rooms, surrounded with or
namental shnde Irees and shrubbery; a
large barn,granary,chicken house, well,
etc.; also, 10.0(0 grape vines ot the
choicest varieties. This property Is of*
fered at private tale, at a bargain, up to
WEDNESDAY, MAY Bth, when, at lv
O'clock a. m., on the premises, it will be
sold at public sale. Terms —Cash, gold
coin. Title Perfects
For further particulars enquire of
t, K. W. NO YES, Auctioneer,
ap!3td No. 1 Market Street.
wl,B flnseessesan a
THE GRAND OPENING
J". LEIsTOI -R,
No. 116 MAIN STREET,
NEXT TO CHEVALIER'S DRUG STORE, CARDONA BLOCK,
j Exhibited to the people of Los Angeles the greatest nud finest Msortmocrt of
OF HIS OWN MANUFACXUIIE,
And the LOWKiHT evornvnllcd of by them. An extensive
experience in 1' ranee and Ban Francisco has enabled Mr. Lenoir to invite the pub
lic to an Inspection of the most exquisite array of
Book Cases, Wardrobes. Tables of all kinds, Parlor
and Bedroom Furniture, Chairs, Mirrors, etc.,
Ever Seen Kote.
J. LIS TV Oil*, HO l>la,in Street.
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I call tho attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS lo my stock, which
they are invited to examine, as I can
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Hellman Block.
A. McX ENZ I E,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
Prom their Agents. DICKSON, DoWOLF
A t.'o., .San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville. lCy.,by the B"ttle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with tho purest
WINES, LTQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
OH- ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, I.os Angeles,
With Water Power,
Oil the west side of A LAM F.I 'A STREET,
on the line of and adjoining the
Southern Pacl&O Depot.
This Water Powor
Consists of a stream, with a rapid cur
rent, tlireo feet deep ami six feet wide.
For further particulars, apply at the
ROISERT S. BAKER, !
In Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.
HEINZEMAN & ELLIS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
PUREST I.RUOS aud PATENT MEDI.
cines of all kinds, ejuv* Proscriptions care
rally compounded day and night. uo2-tf-3
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIONORET'3
Cardona lilock, 118 Main St.,.
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES ANI>
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
BWT Prescriptions prepared with great
GO TO THE
No. ll SPRING Si., Near First,
Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
In tho city Is to be found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
m2I-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.