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THURSDAY APRIL 18, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald S'.eam Printing House is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
on the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran
cisco, lv facilities (or 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
tate in San Francisco have simply
demonstrated that it has no mar
ket value, for there are absolutely
no bidders. This was the experi
ence of Mr. Hyde, the assignee, the
other day, when be attempted a
public sale of the real estate of Hie
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
lots tell the whole story. People
do uot want real estate in a city
threatened with blood aud arson.
The most lamentable feature about
it all is that when men of means
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 the effect on the working
man is immediate aud disastrous.
His employment ceases aud lie is
brought to want. The compensa
tion which tho laboring man lias
received for bis 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 und tho dig
nity of labor asserted and main
tained, but it should be done tem
perately and llrmly, in tbe spirit
of reform and not in that of ven
geance aud agrariauism. The work
ing man, by listening to violont
couusels, 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
Hopkins was a marked instance: of
this. That gentleman was build
ing olio of tho finest and costliest
houses ou tbe continent—a house
which was to have cost several
millions of dollars. Away back iv
September Kearney held one of his
meetings on Nob Hill. His har
angue was inflammatory and abu
sive in the extreme. He breathed
threatenings of fire and slaughter,
and the yells of his supporters af
lrighted Mr. Hopkins, at that time
in poor health. Toe next morning
he went down to the architect nnd
told him to suspend work, that he
could not feci justified iv 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 huudred 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 lv an un
finished state. It stands to-day
precisely in the plight it was left
in last September. Mark Hopkins
is dead, aud those who know him
well say that the agitation of that
night was the real cause of his
death. When a man of not very
robust physique at best reaches
sixty-three or sixty-four years of
age, it does not lake much to kill
him. If it be indeed true that he
died from that cause, Ibe whole In
cident perfectly illustrates the In
terdependent character of capital
and labor, how easy it is for each
to injure tbe other, and how like a
boomerang an excess committed
by either capitalist or workingmau
may reaot against tbe violator of
the unwritten but emphatic bond
of harmony which should exist be
tween them, and which should lead
each to bo forbearing to the other.
Both the man of many dollars and
the man of many wants may learn
a pregnant lesson from the episode.
We aro glad to see that our con
temporary, the San Franc'sco Ex
aminer, of the 15th inst , takes the
position on the fusion of parties for
the election of delegates to the Con
stitutional Convention constantly
occupied by the Hkkald since the
plan was first mooted, In a Sacra
mento dispatch to the Atla, some
six weeks ago. We dtsire to be a
party to no surrender of the Dem
ocracy. Its principles are the
sheet anchor of the rights of both
the State and the people, aud no
compromising acts, by unworthy
Democrats elected lo efllce, can
lessen their hold upon the affection
and loyalty of the Democracy. The
Examiner concludes an elaborate,
thoughtful and eloquent article
with tho following pertinent re
flections. Its appeal lo the press is
uot directed to us, for I lie Hisisald
was the first of the Democratic
press to sound the r.oto of waru
The present Constitution attests
the superior statesmanship of the
Democracy of 1810. Shall it be the
everlasting reproach aud the hu
miliating conlession of the Demoe
incy of California of this day that
the organization lias so wilfully de
teriorated as uot now to he able to
present for candidacy barely one
hundred and fifty-two of their num
ber with brains and honesty and I
statesmanship enough (o frame the
instrument anew? If tho Demo
cratic party of this State lias 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 tho Railroad magnates,
to supply the places it has to fill,
the quloker it dies aud disappears
the better It will bo for its owu fu
ture fame aud for the great aud in
corruptible Democratic organiza
tion of the Union. San Francisco
may fall down before the bidding
of the monopolists, but we have an
abiding hope aud au unbounded
faith iv the integrity of the Dem
ocracy of the interior counties in
this portentous exigency. The
Democratic Press and the uncom
promising Democratic hosts will,
we are sure, continue to hold tho
fort. Now is the time for the Dem
ocracy of California to convince
the Railroad Monopoly tbat the
. par'y is the mightier of the two.
The Chronicle has devoted itself
sedulously, of late, to planting its
blows between the third and tilth
ribs of tho Bouauzi Kings and the
bonanza mines. The attentive and
painstaking Call, which Is nothing
if not mildly Insinuating, suggests
that tlio Chronicle's zeal would
never have been displayed bad 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 (lv corps
of the newspaper profession. They
never make it necessary to apply
to them the touching lines of
Watts, "Dogs delight to bark and
bite," etc. They are the one branch
of the literary profession that ob
serve the comily which should ex
ist amongst fellow craftsmen.
They realize perfectly the picture
of brethren dwelling together iv
harmony. Especially is this the
case with the San Francisco press.
The eccentricities of crime 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 men may commit crime
aud yet not sympathize with their
own act. There Is nothing like
keeping your professions of virtue
up to standard at whatever tangent
your practice may start off from
the precept. P. is bad enough lo
find 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 groat Beecher remains un
ruflled under tbe pressure of calam
ity. His attitude reminds us of
nothing co much us of lliat of
Pecksniff when be w:is knocked
down by the cane of old Martin
Cbuzzlewit. 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 tho ordeal. There is
every reason to believe that
Beecher will slill submit to be
petted and condoled with by the
fair sisters of Plymouth church.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
IMfMIOlal lo tiie Uerakl l y tliu SVMlOrll
Dillon TelegiupU Company.l
Pacific Coast News
Applleittioua i i Cltlunoaru fur
San Francisco, April 17th.—
Several Chinese merchant! have
made application to F. A. Bee and
B. S. Brooks to aid them in obtain
ing naturalization papers from the
Federal Courts. Such apblieations
will shortly be made to the Uni'ed
States Circuit Court and the bar
will then be invited to discuss the
question of the admissibility of
Mongolians to become citizens.
Several Chinamen have been
granted papers of citizenship by
Judge Hoffman ami other United
States Judges, but the question of
their eligibility to the right of citi
zenship has never been adjudicated
in the Federal Court*.
Ansi amiilut —lluuk'n rase,
San Francisco, April 17.—Best
ii Belcher and Oould <& 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 with the execu
tion of the sentence of death of
John Hunk, who is to be hung on
1 Friday, unless iv the meantime re
prieved. A number of petitions
have been presented for the miti
gation of bia sentence, which the
Governor has not jet examined,
but it is thought they will not in
fluence him to grant a reprieve.
Oi«on Ileiuibllcn Com vrullun.
Salkm, Ogn., April 17th.—The
Republican 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 n moder
ate resolution iv support of the na
tional administration und sets forth
lhe necessity of reform in State af
fair?. On the lirst ballot ILK.
Hines, of Union county, was nom
inated for Congress. Three hallo's
were had ou Governor without re
sult. The principal candidates for
that office aro I). P. Thompson,
Henry Failing and L. L. Rowland
The strength of cacti is about the
At tho evening session of the
Convention all the candidates for
Governor who had before been
named, were withdrawn and W.
D. Hare, of Clatsop county and C.
C. Beekman, of Jackson, were put
la nomination. On the fifth bal
lot Beekman was nominated and
the nomination was on motion
made unanimous. The business of
the Convention will not he finished
Latest Eastern News.
Tlio v jr 11 ciii i,( BMolntlou 1
nio lion**—WinnlntOH** weiilres
Washington, April 17th.—The
Senate resolution to-day proposing
the final adjournment of Congress
on the lOtti of June, took the House
completely by surprise, but it was
quickly perceived to he capable of
use as an effective means of smoth
ering the tariff bill, the leading op
pononts 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 and all the anti-tariff bill
Democrats, with only two
or three exceptions, united
in sufficient force lo defeat
this motion and during the subje
quent long parliamentary struggle
thus maintained a majority of 35
or -iU votes against all effirts to re
fer or emend the Senate resolution,
i Finally, however, they allowed the
question to go over until to-mor
row, when it will come up iuime
' dlately alter reading Iho journal
I and, as soon as flliousterlug ter
, initiates, a vote must be taken upon
' tho motion to concur without
1 amendments. There is, of course,
I every indication at present that
t this motion will prevail, In which
case the tariff bill may be consul
' ered the same as absolutely dead
' for this session ami for the whole
i Congress also, us tho next session
. will be too short to admit of the
possibility of action upon it. A
majority of the Democrats, aside
from their views on the tarill ques
tion, greatly dislike thestand taken
f by a minority id' their number
, as concurrence in the Senate reto-
lution will lo a large extent placo
it in tho power ol the Senate to de
feat House measures by nonaction,
without apparently assuming any
responsibility thereforaud willalsa
inovilably compel tho House to
forego the consideration of some
pet measures of tlio Democratic
majority, by reason of the evident
lack of time to pass them and the
regular appropriation bills also.
An earnest effort, therefore, will be
made iv caucus tc-night to devise
some means of rallyiug all the
Democratic members to oppose so
early an adjournment. To this
end a proposition will be offered
for a formal postponement of the
tariff bill until next December.
Tliu House Public Lauds Com
mittee to-day agreed lo recommend
for pasiage Wiggiulon's bill for the
relief of homestead nnd pre-emp
tion settlers on restored railroad
lands and for tho repayment of the
fees and commissions paid by In
nocent parties for entries of spuri
ous homestead scrip, e!c.
CotMiinrallvu stti-ti ;,e.,*t Mateutaat,
New York, April 17tb.—Tbe
Public says that banking exchanges
for tlio week ending April 13lh re
flect the same condition of busi
ness which was observed during
tho first week of April. Returns
from eighteen cities, as compared
with the 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. Louie, 11.8j Pitts
burgh, 9.7; Louisville, 12; Provi
dence, 15; Cleveland, 30; New Ha
ven, 3; Syracuse, 30. Oains—San
Francisco, for week ending April
6tb, 70.7; New Oilcans, 10.1; Mil.
i waukee, 14.7; Indianapolii, 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, hut this is in
part duo to smaller transactions in
stocks at New York. Tho aggre
gate for eighteen other cities show
a loss somewhat smaller than Iho
decline in prices.
Tamed Vnl to His oil nt Urren
New York, April 17th.—Tlte fu
neral of Wm. M. Tweed took place
to day from tho residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Douglas. Only per
sonal frieudt of tiie family were ad
mitted to the house wiiero the
burial service of tho Episcopal
Church was read by the Rev. Dr.
Price, the clergyman who officiated
at tiie wedding of Tweed, thirty
years ago. After (he services the
remains were taken to (jreenwood
Cemetery, followed hy about a
dozen couches containing mourners.
ttottlcllttit a Hon of Denies,
New York, April i7th.—A spe
cial Washington dispatch to the
Brooklyn Earjle says that Conk
ling repudiates in au ambiguous
way the World Interview published
tiuur, WliaM ami Waul.
New York, April 17th.—Flour
dull and steady. Wheat active on
account of warlike news from Lon
don aud the market closed a half
higher. Wool dull, the only fea
ture being tho better feeling for
fall California, the reduced supply
aud scarcity of choice lots causing
holders to ho less anxious to Hud
buyers. Sales of 35,000 pounds pri
vate; also 20,000 pounds heavy
spring at 12J.
Huntsville, Ala., April 171h.—
A mob has just lynched Mike
White and two negroes, who assas
sinated Shoenberger ou Saturday.
European Cable News.
IndlnM Troopi fuv Sfnl la.
London, April 17th.—The news
rrotu the various news centers is
not reassuring. A leml-offlelal
1 dispatch from Calcutta says that
the Indian government lias re
ceived orders to send troops to
Malta and the following regiments
are designated to leave: The Ninth
1 Bengal Cavalry, First Bombay
Light Cavalry, Second Ghoorkus,
13th and ,11st Bengal Infantry, 25tli
Madras Infantry, two regiments of
the Bombay Native Infantry, and
two Bombay held batteries, the
Sappers and Miners nnd two com
panies of tho Madras sappers and
miners. The Native Infantry will
he brigaded witli the British at
Malta. The Assistant (Juarter
master and Commissary General!
at Calcutta have gone lo Malta to
arrange for the reception of tho
Trouble nitii Cull*it Operatives
London, April 17th.—The notices
of reduction of wages of cotton op
eratives in Lancashire expire to
day end to-morrow. There is little
hope of averting a struggle, which
will involve a stoppage of two hun
dred thousand looms and six mil
lion spindles and make idle no less
than 120,000 work people.
Cnbiuei conical Kuileu.
Constantinople, April 17th.—
The contest in the Cabinet contin
ues. Ahmed Vefik F.ffendl, Presl
dent of the Council of Ministers,
tendered his resignation ou Mon
day, but withdrew it after a confer
ence with the Sultan. Bafet Pasha
and Mtbmet Kuchdi Pasha have
been appointed Ministers without
Hull Ntorm i«t Loudon.
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 tbat lias
their own way every time. Uirls
Is of several thousand kind*, und
sometimes one girl can be liko 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 the wrong way
or step on their tails, they'll claw
at you. So lone as you let a girl
bave her own way she's nice and
sweet, but just cross her and she'll
spit at you worse nor a cat. Girls
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
lie doesn't like big girls, but he
does like little ones; and 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 he don't like
her. I think he hurt her, for
she hollowed ami run, and 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 with her father, the other
day. Passing a store where one of
(he signs was a big boot, she asked,
"What do they make here, papa?"
"Why. they make boots here, my
child/ said the father. In front of
the nest store was a big New
foundland dog. do they
make dogs here?" asked little in
ft'roaii a DfetlnffttiaueM Jurist.
"l have tn<* d •he Pkkuvian BTBOP.and
the result fully sustains your prediction,
ll lias made a new man of me, infused In
fo my system new vigor and energy. I
am no tremulous and debilitated
ns when yon last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, aud with a larger capacity for
tabor—mental ami physical—than at any
lime during the last five years. .Sold by
Do tt at Once!
Persons who have becomo thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may havo their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to tho stomach a teaspoonlul of Johnson's
Auodyue Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well weetened.
A Win::- AWAKB Youth's Taper.—
For Judicious editing, select aud popular
contributors, ami sprlghly, entertaining
reading,the Youth's Companion, of Boston
lias no among Ihe youth's publi
Lyon's Kathaiuon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents its tall*
Ing out or turning trray. It has stood the
test of 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them the winter should at
once get a go:id stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Fowderf. One dollar's
wortli will save at least a half a ton of
Henry K. Hond, of Jefferson, Maine,was
cured ol spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the stomach, by the use of John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Romrkable Cure.
West Townsend, Vt., May 11, 18110.
M kssks. S. \V, Fowlk & Sons.
Gentlemen— Several years sluce I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
Where ii remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable toaltend to
my business, l returned home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which, 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 OOUgh and raised a good deal ol
blood. I Mad profuse night sweats and
severe pain in my side. 1 continued in
tliis stale lor months.and became so weak
that It was with great difliculty I could
walk, When I was advised to try WIS TAB'S
Balsam of Wild ciuckry, and, to
my great Joy I soon touud tnat (his rem
edy had arrested Ihe Disease. I contin
ued to use tlio Balsam to the extent offive
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty of tne lungs, I believe iho
Balaam saved my life and I shall ever hold
[( In high estimation.
i NEW TO-DAY.
AH persons having claims against tho
■ late firm of li. 1). WILSON Si CO. are
her.by notllled and requested to present
the same at once to the undersigned, at
1 his residence, at San Marine, Los Ango
f les county; antl all persons indebted to
siiid linn are hereby untitled and request
ed to some their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
aplS't J. DE BAUTH BHOSB.
l'er T. & It.
Seventeenth District Court—J. M. Grif
fith nnd Hedgwlek J. Lynch, Plaintiffs.
V«, A,6XB,odel Henry ana \V. 11. Henry.
UNEEB AND BY VIRTUE 01* A DECREE
uf foreclosure, and older or sale, en
tered in tho District Court or the 17th Judi
cial District or tho Stato of California, in and
for Los Angeles county, on tbe 15th
day of January, A. D. 187H, and a writ on
foreclosure of mortgage, entered in tbe
aforesaid District Court, annexed to said
decree aud dated the 16th day of April, A. D,
1878, in the abova entitled case, and in favor
of J. M. QrifHth and Bedgwick J. Lynch,
plaintiffs and against Alosanjer Henry and
W. H. lleury, defendants, a certi
fied copy or which Rail decree of foroMos
ure, duly attested undor tho seal of said
Court on the 10th day of April, A. D. 1878,
and delivered to nic, togothcr with the writ
annexed thereto, on tho 16th day
of April, A, D. 1878, whereby I am com.
inanded to sell at public Suction, to the high
est and best bidder, for cash, in U, H. gold
coia, tho following and in said decreo de
scribed roal estate, to-wlt:
All that certain trnct or land, situate in
the county of Los Angeles, .State ol Cali
fornia, und being a portion of the Hnn
cho Ban Juan Galon de Santa Ana, said
portion being described as follows, to
The southeast quarter of the southeast
quarter of section number seven (7), and
the southwest quarter of the southwest
quarterof section number eight (8), in
township number four (4) south or the
base line, range number ten (10) west of
the San Bernardino meridian, and con
taining eighty (SO) acres of land.
Public notico is hereby given that on ,
MONDAY, THE 13ru DAY OF !
MAY, A. D. 1878, ;
At 12 o'clock noon,l will procoed to soil at tho '
court house door, in tho city and conn- ■
ty or Los Angeles, Btate of California, at pub
lic auction, to tbe highest and best bidder, lor i
caßh, iv U. 8, gold coin, to satisfy said decree,
for principal, interest, attorneys' reea. 'costs,
and all accruing costs, all lhe above de
scribed real estate
Given under my hand, at Los Angdus, this
H'th day of April, A. D. 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
mIAAA Hillary. I'mnanratMlcunva [
U« ■ | ■■ I *fttu*d to sell our STtfilcGood* to \
2r\ I XIII| ,, " i:,H Expanse* I'll- Ad
fll ftflll || arttsß. A OU ART A CO., So. 2.
W W *,o**Ucni< Bt., Clooinrirti.'* X
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
In tho Probate Court
Of tho County Of Los Angeles,
State of California.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OE IJ. L>. WILSON, Deceased.
NOTICE Is heNby given Uy the under
signed, exceptor antl executrix
of the estate of H. P. Wil
ton , deceased, to tho creditors
of and all persons having claims against
the said deceased to exhibit them, with t lie
necessary voucher-, within ten moullis
alter the first publication ot this noliee, to
tho said executor und executrix, at their
residence at Lake Vinej urd, Los Angeles
county, California,orattho law oftlces of
Thorn A Ross, in Temple lilock, Los An
J. DE 11A RTH SHORIt.
MAIUJAKET JS. WILSON,
Executor and Executrix of the eetatS ol
U. 1). WilKon, deceased.
Dated April 17, ISTS. als-J\v
Seventeenth District Court—Doria .loves,
Execulrix ol the Kstate of John Jones,
deceased, Plaintiff,VS. Christian fifthr,
Lizzie Fluhr, J. M. Greaves aud John
M. tiri filth, Defendants.
fTNDEF. AND BY VIRTUE OK A
U decreo of foreclosure and or
der ol Halo en tered lv the
District Court of the 17th Judicial
Dislrict of the State of California. In and
tor Los Angeles county, on the 25th day
ot March, A. D. 1878, and a writ on fore
closure of mortgage entered iv the afore
said District Court, annexed to said de
cree and dated the 15th day of April, A.
D. 1878, In the above entitled ease, and iv
favor ot Doria Jones, executrix ol tiie es
tate of John Jones, deceased, plainllil',
aud against Christian Eluhr, Lizzie
Fluhr.X M. Qreavea and J, M. Griffith,
• defendants, acertitled copy of which said
decreo of foreclosure duly attested under
tho seal of said court on the 15th day
of April, A. D. 187S, ami delivered to me
together with the writ annexed thereto
on the 16th day of April, A. D. 1878,
whereby I am commanded to sell at public
auction, to- the highest and best bidder
for cash in U. H. gold coin, the following
and in said decree described real estate,
That certain lot of land, situale, lying
. and being in the city aud county of Lou
Angeles, State of California, frontiug ou
the norlliwcßt side of Main street, in said
city,and being the premises known as
the Larayette Hotel; bounded southeast
by Main street, northwest by New High
street, northeast by lot of Anzar & Mac-
Dougall, formerly of rotter, and south'
1 west by property of Theodora Wollweb
her, together with the tenements, here
ditaments and uppurlcnanefs thereunto
belonging or appertaining.
Public notice is htjreby given that on
SATURDAY, THE 11th DAY" OF
MAY, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock noon, I will proceed to selli
at the Court House door, in the city and
county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia* at public auction to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In U. 8, gold coin, to
satisfy said decree for principal. Inter
est, attorney's fets, costs and all accru
ing costs, all the abjvo described real os»
Given under mv hand, ai Los Angelea,
this 10th day ol April, a. D, 1873.
li, M. MITCHELL, |
apis td sheriff.
I Seventeenth District Court—P. H. Down
ing, Plaintiff, vs. a. ii. Neideeken and
Sarah Neideeken, Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTi' E OF A
a decreo of foreclosure and order oi
; salo entered in the District Court
.of tho Seventeenth Judicial District
of the state of California. In and for Los
Angeles county, on the27th day of Maivh,
A.I). 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of
' mortgage, entered In tho aforesaid Dis
• triet Court, annexed to said decree and
dated the 15th day of April. A. D. 187S, in
the above entitled c «so, and in favor of P,
I H. Downing, plaintiff, and against A. H.
Neideeken and Barah Neideeken,defend"
1 ants, a certified copy- ot which said de
i cree of foreclosure, duly attested nn
. der the seal of said court on the Istb day
, of April, A. 1). 1878. and detlveted
1 tome, together Wllh the writ annexed
1 thereto, on the l'jth day of
April, A. D. 1878, whereby I
s ant coramaanded to sell at public ttUC
m tion,to the highest and best bidder, for
cash in IT. H. gold coin, the following ami
in said decree described real estate, to
That certain lot, piece or parcel or land
situate, lying and being in tlio city and
eounly of Los Angeles, State of California,
and known aud described as follows, lo
Bounded on the cast hy Main slreet,ou
[ the south by Seventh slreet, having a
; frontage of fifty feet on Main street and n
, depth on Seventh street of one hundred
- and ten feet, more or less,being a portion
, of lot one (1), bloelc sixteen (iff),of ord's
i survey of said elty. It being ihcsamolot
I purchased by W. H.J. Brouka of Jasper
: , Babcock, nnd hy snid llrooks conveyed lo
said Neideeken hy deed bearing dale
I July !»tb, 1875.
I l'ublic notice is hereby given tha ton
I MONDAY, THE 13til DAY OK
| MAY, A. D. 1878,
. At 12:.'I0 o'clock p, m., I will proceed
. to sell, al the Court. Uouee
, door, In tho city and COOUtf
] of Los Angelea, .Stale of Calilornia, at
, public auction to tlio highest and host
j bidder for cash In U. ,S. cold coin, to satis
fy sulci decreo for principal, interest,
attorneys' fees, costs and nil accruing
ooala,all the above described real estate.
Given under my hand, al Los Angeles,
' this 18th day ol April, \. i>. 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
"Pi" Id Sheriff.
JUBT RECEIVED, TIIE BEST LINE
XV Hit OI'KNKI) HERE.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
Grand Central Saloon
No. 38 Main St.
CHOICEST BRANDS OK WINES,
LIQUOUS AND CIGARS.
os-Bestof MALT LIQUORS, Imported
and domestic, boltled and on drangbt,
mWtf MAIN &• KUHMAN
Flannel and Lightweight
SU I r _T ?S !
.11181' ItUXJKIVICIJ at Iho
BPBINQ Bt., CENTRAL BLOCK.
Physiology and Phrenology.
Pr »vntc Leotnrea
AtJ.er rooms, aonthaaat corner of Second
ami olive atreeta, from 111 ,\. m. lo j p m
ou i byalplogy and Phrauolosy, All Mr.
sons suffering from any lilndof disease,
male or female, should not fail ot con
sulting Mrs. 11, as she will answer nil
queatlona on Pyalology. All secrels kept
Inviolate. Persons wishing lo consult
Mrs. 11. Nt their own residences, can
le.ive their orders at Sleere A Baldv's
Pnrnltura store, nu Main atreet, opposite 7
the Court House. •*
KS-OIIAUOES MODERATE. felO-lm
'—* — \
I imi to re-eivo animals on
pasture, in my cue osed lands, In the
western part of the city, n
All animals at owners* risk. I _
Apply at my othce. P. BEAUDUY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico House (
Tin' BILLIARD SALOON opposite tug
New Depot. For price, ele., enquire on
the premises, or ot Lips, (Jrulgmi & '. 0.,
No. :l I.os Alleles street, nls-lw
SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED
FOIt TWO OR THREE YEARS,
FIRST < 'I. AMIS liA Nt.K.
PLENTY Ob' WAT Kit.
Address RANCH, Hera] I orflce. nis-zw
The Directors of the Furmeis' nnd .Mer
obanta 1 Bank of Los Angelea have dc
clured a dividend at the rate of twelve
per cent, per milium for the three months
past, payable at once.
ISAIAS W. IIHLLMAN.
Loi Angelea, April 15, 1878. un-iot
At Round House Garden,
On Next Saturday Evening.
Ba-All respectable people aio Invited
FIRST CLASS MUSIC hy Professor
MR. KLAIBER, Iho Proprietor, will
spine noexpenso logive satisfaction.
Gentlemen 60.1 Lndies Free
A GRAND BALL
VIM. BE QIVRK n V
DIVISION ISO. 1,
Ancient Order Hibernians,
At Turn-Verein Hall,
Easter Monday Eve'g,
DOHS' FULL BAND,
The best In the cily, will furnish tbe
[Joexpense will be spared to make n
the most enjoyable one ol i he season.
ADMISSION, Gentleman ami La Ilea, $1.
TO UC GIVEN uv TUB
Italian Benevolent Society
SUNDAY, APRIL 28th, 1878.
»S" The Committee of Arrangement!
assure tho public that no pains or ex
pense will bo spared to make this one of
Ilia pleasantest piculcs of Ih? so ison.
T I O 1< X T IS ,
Admitting Oemleman and Ladlea.BOcla.
BEPRES H »£lO TV TS
ON' THE GROUNDS,
.1 U 151 LE E
IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
ITN COIVCE R T
Place and date will be announced
in due time.
Admission. - - - - SI.OO
The Great Russian Uemedy for
WASTING, DEBILITY AND
Manufactured by A. MYKHH, A. M.
C. E. HUBEK, 149 Malnßt.,
n i vim Agent ror Los Angeles county.
Io£ O, 'P Pf'ATED WATCHES. '
J% Ctie#4* ( i Id the kuowu world. BampU WatrliFroo
mVV* Aionti, Addresa A. OoolthA Co., Cliiouo,
LEHMAN & CO.
Furniture. Carpets, |
BEDDING, ETC. ,
Completest and Most Select |
STOCK IN THE CITY.
fUr PRICESTHH LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS TIIE REST. 1
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
aag*call and ace ns before purchasing |
129 & 131 MAIN ST.,
mum Mcdonald block.
WE SELL OUR
IIY FAR CHEAPER THAN ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN TIIE CITY.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
ANEW ENTERPRISE FOIt I.OS
i MILK DEPOT.
3 Have opened a Milk Depot,
On Temple St., Near Spring,
Aud are prepared lo sell absolutely pure
i milk, received fresh twice a day, at
PIVS CUNTS A QUART.
M ilk is cheaper than whisky. Friends
of the blue ribbon, don't forget the place,
Temple slreet, near Spring.
08-SWEET CREAM, BUTTERMILK,
BUTTER, EGGS, Milk hy the Glass, etc.
' Bread and Milk antl cold lunch, 10 cents.
Persons who desire to hceomn conver
sant with photography will be Instructed
f in the art by me upon an expeditious
method and at moderate rates,
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT SIOO, S2OO AND
UP TO SIOOO.
These tire decided bargains mid the
purchasers are certain of large profits.
np.°,tr "YVtilienslcln's Art Gallery.
I. HENRY rjlEf-ilO
Has removed his Agricultural Imple-
I ment Store to
No. 24 Aliso Street,
Next door to Lambourn A Turner. mBl lm
UNDERSHIRTS anil DRAWERS AT
50e,; Hats, 50c; Socks. .1 pairs for
y 25c: Handkerchic s, 2 lor 23c,
81 IToICLOTHES tor $6.75,
and all goods sold nt our slore 3j per
cent, cheaper than nny other
nouse iv the city.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
• VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
On ALAMEDA STREET, opposite lhe
s TWENTY ACRES, all under cultiva
tion; 7co orange and other fruit trees,
many lv bearing; good new residence,
,f with seven rooms, surrounded with or
namental sunde irees and shrubbery a
large barn.granary,chicken house, well,
etc.; also, 10.0(0 grape vines of the
choicest varieties. This properly is of
fered nt private tale, at a bargain, up to
WEDNESDAY, MAY Bth, when, al m
o'clo -k A. 1f.,0n Ihe premises, it will be
sold al public sale. Terms — Cash, gold
coin. Title Perfect.
For further particulars enquire of
i. E. W. NO YES, Auctioneer,
nplj Id No. 1 Market Street.
THE GRAND OPENING <
J". LENOI R,
No. 1 16 MAIN STREET,
, NEXT TO CHEVALIER'S DRUG STORE, CARDONA BLOCK,.
I Exhibited totlie people of I.os Angeles the greatest anil finest assortment ..f
OF HIS OWIN MANUFACTURE, 1
Ami the LOWKiT PRICKS over availeil of by them. An extensive
experience In * ranee nml Nan 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 Here.
J. LBNOIR, 116 ivrnin Street.
up 17-1 m
NEW IMPORTATIONS ,
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I call tho attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS lomy stock, which f
(hey are invited lo examine, as I can 1
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and J
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Hellman Block. ft
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DoWOI.F
A Co., Sun Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Dlreet from Louisville. Ky.,liy the B-ttle
or Uuliou, ut LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk y.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
•OT ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Ponot's ISlli I <i i
Main street, near Court, Los Angelea.
TEL" I=o EAGLE
With Water Power,
On lhe west side of A LAM F.I 'A STREET,
on the line of and adjoining tbe
Southern Pacific Depot.
This Water Power
Consists of a slream, with a rapid cor
real , ihreo feet deep and six feet wide.
For further particulars, apply at the
ROBERT S. BAKER,
in Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.
HEINZEMAN & ELLIS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
fSi Main Slreet,
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
purest tanas and patent mcdi.
clues orall kinds. CB~ l're.'.prlpllonscare
fully compounded day and night. no2-tf-3
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIQNORET'.s
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,.
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE a RTICLES.
M9V*Preacrtptlonaprepared wilh great
GO TO THE
No, 57 SPRING Si., Near First.
Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
In lha cily Is to be found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
mai-lm henry Schumacher.