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Santa Monica Items.
[From the Outlook.]
M. B. Boyce has received his ap-
£ ointment as postmaster of Santa
tonica. He will take possession
of the office the first of June.
Tbe corn in this end of the coun
ty is growing very rapidly. Mr.
Bassett, who lives near town, tells
us his corn is as high as a man's
Mr. Lazard, of San Francisco,
baa rented the residence of Colonel
Crawford, on Ocean avenue, for
three months. He and his family
will take possession immediately.
We can truly say of Sauta Moni
ca what the patent medicine man
says of his nostrum—"Everybody
takes it." Our visitors are of every
grade and nationality. Lords, bo
nanza kings and railroad magnates
come in special cars; the less pre
tentions are conveyed by the reg
ular passenger coacb, the steam
ship or private vehicle; and even
the tramps frequently "make up a
load and walk" to the seaside. Nor
is It bad to take. No oue "makes
faces" over the dose. It is sugar*
coated, so to speak. The climate,
tbe bathing, tbe beauty and fresh
ness of the situation render it deli
Quite an exciting game of polo
was played last Saturday on tbe
grounds of the Santa Mouica Club.
The match was for the best 3 iv 5.
Messrs. J. Teal, Grattan Perry, C.
A. Sumner and Capt. Jacob played
on one side, against four Spaniards
from tbe cation, led by Manuel
Marcus. The first and fifth games
were won by tbe former, and the
Spaniards get away with the sec
ond, third and fourth. The game
is very captivating, but it is not
specially easy on the men, and we
are quite sure it is hard on the
horses. We are told that the Span
lards were in their element, and
displayed seme extraordinary
horsemanship. When the men
and horses become thoroughly
trained, we doubt not polo will be
come one of tbe most captivatiug
sports known iv the catalogue of
Particulars of a Sad Affair.
—Tbe Call of Tuesday furuUbes
tbe following particulars of tbe
accidental killing of H. R. W.
Clark, at bis ranch In Contra Costa
county, by bis sou. Deceased was
a brother of Captain J. O. Clark, of
H. It. W. Clark, a lawyer of Ibis
city, died yesterday morning ut
6 o'clock, from tbe effects of a gun
shot wound accideutly lufllcted by
Fred. Clark, his son. The acci
dent occurred ou Clark's mac-lie in
Ygnacio Valley, Coutra Costa
county. Young (.Murk went to the
rear of bis father's house to shoot n
rabbit, and carried for the purpose
a short breech-loading trim. He
carried the weapon ut full cock,
and while passing through a gate
which his father was opeuing, he
placed the weapon across bis shoul.
tier and held it so that one baud
rested on the trigger guard and tbe
little ringer of tbe ether baud across
tho muzxel. As be was passing
through the gate something at
tracted his attention and he turn
ed suddenly. At tbe same moment
the weapon was discharged and
blew away his little linger. The
charge also struck his father—who
was In range—in the buck, inflict
ing the wound which caused bis
death. The Coroner of Contra
Costa county held an inquest, and
the jury returned a verdict ofacci
Muzzling the Press.—Lord
Leltrim's murder has not passed
unnoticed in Paris. By order of the
Ministtr of the Interior, a journal
called La Commune Affranchie,
published under the inspuatioi ot
Felix Pyat, was seized at all the
klosques for au article on tlie fate
of that unhappy nobleman, which
began as follows: "There are no
longer any wolves in England; but,
instead of wolves, there are lords,
some 300 of whom have framed
laws to protect themselves in pos
session of land which their ances
tors acquired by force or by fraud."
After alluding to Scotland, the
writer goes on to say that Ireland
suffers the most from these sarniv
erous animals, who, "unfortunate
ly have not been subjected to sucli
a battue as the French people got
up for their wolves in 1789." The
writer then allip-es to Lord Lei
tiim as oue of these "beasts of
prey," and expresses a wisli lo
know how many men met their
death by his cruel proceedings dur
ing the lime he was in possession of
List of Letters.
Tlie following is tbo list of letters
remaining in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express Office for the week ending
May 23J, 1S78:
Ames, It C Ilaieto, Rafeno
Baker, A C, Atty Bulus, John
Balonsuela, Estana S Hiyne, J W
Beesoo, Ij!»u i Brum, James
Bratt, Edward Crimmens, Jno
Chapman, Frank Castillo, A Del
Denting, Mr Diaz, ltosoleu i
Diaz, Biano KUsMde, Matie
Euerle, F X I'sris, Wm
Fufrrnio. A liguerrora, P
Oallardo, Belis Ouirado, Maggie
Oomez, Jose Gonzalez, D
Qrovesuor. Frank Gonzales, Esttbar
Hoover, McOce Hoffman, Werner
Horton, J F Jones, C F
James, Petsr Jordan, Louis
John, Chus King, 8 L
Kalb, Any Kando, Ramou
Langley, Jes I .oys, L
Morales, A Morton, T F
Miranda, Joso Morales, Jtse
Maueilas, Prauei c > Montgomery
Megre, Mr Ocano. V
Present. Mr (.'has l'lumer, E J
Perra. O Palmer, J W
Puccini, Mrfi Pantoga, it
Qninlan, Jus Roberts, 0
Holies, L l.'eymier, P
Itay, Miss M Itedia, Antonio
Homo. U Hosebach. Louis
Scolari, J Schnll, M
Stewcrs, L Schull, M
Talamante, Miss M Terran, It
Verdague', P Vengoa, C
Wells, F X WeiF, Nathan
Wilcox, Allen Whitman. It
Wilcox, II X Worinwell, A 11
Wood, Mi»s Cate Young, John
Wh. Piuduam. Agent.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Ttiird and Hill sta.
•/K"-S2 AR .- D BY THK UAY - M BEX OR
MONTH. Termi Reasonable, ollti"
GO TO THK
No. 57 SPRING Sj., Near Tint.
Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
Iv the city la to be found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
feftirrt.illiiii'-i Tin-in n
IS AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
AT 2 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE sth.
AND 7 P. If,
THURSDAY, JUNt£ 6th.
Admlsfion - - - -SI.OO
FItIB E3 '- I IJUAUY
MAY 28th, 29th & 30th,
AT 2 30 t\ M., AT
SUMNER W.BUOBEE, Manaper.
Chorus of 2000 Voices!
IMMBNBK ORCHESTRAI ELKCrttIC-
Ity, Artillery aud Teleplioue!
Carl Zerrsbn, Boston, John P. Morgan
and R. llerold, Kan Franc I sou; M. W.
WHITNEY, the lireatest Living llasso;
Helen Ames lit Ili rigs, Miss Abide dark,
W. H. Fessenden.or Hoston, aud muuy
other celebrated soloists.
I-DI-SON'S WONDERFUL INVENTION,
Is on Its way from New Vorkand will bo
exhibited al the May restivnl.
Hale el Tickets begins in Sherman,
Hyde Ji co.s, »j« Praneiaoo, April 2D h.
SEASON TICKETS, 'or thieedays. J5.C.0.
Single Tlckels froui il to IS, according
to loealkln. No extra charge for reserved
seals. Orders hy mall will receive prompt
atteutlou. CHAS. SCHUTZ,
ap23-lm Ticket Anent.
With Water Power,
On the west side of ALAMEDASTRGE T
on the line of aud adjoining tbe
Southern Pacific Depot
This Water Power
Consistent a stream, with a rapid cur
rent, three feet deep and six feot wldo.
lor further particulars, apply ut the
ROBERT S. BAKER,
In Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS !
IN SOLD COIN,
TO UK (il YEN TO YOUNCJ LADIES AT
TUE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS
Under eighteen yean of age, who make
Tho Best Biscuit
— with —
Bowen's Yeast Powder.
state Fair at Sacranteate. Cal 150
State Fair at Reno, Nevada 60
stateFalratSalem, Oregon 50
Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair,
N 2. rt . ne l? District Agricultural Society
Fair, Marysvllle 60
Sonpmaand Marin DistrictA grlcu itu -
ral Society Fair, Petaluma..." 60
San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So
ciety Fair, Stockton...." 60
Los Angeles Agricultural Society Fair
Los Angeles go
Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Hocl
ety Fair, San Jose 60
Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco."..'.. ' 50
POLASKI & GOODWIN
Have removed to No. 47 MAIN STREET,
under the Lafayette Hotel, to tbe itore
formerly occupied by the Important
clothing store, where they will remain
until tbeir store at tbe corner of Commer
cial and Malu street! la reOtted. aao-lm
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Goodull, Perklu.J Co Agents,
San Francisco and Los Angele;
DC AY SCHEDULE.
. ArrivcSau I
5 Francisco. 3
" Leave Sta ib.« . , X
0 Monica. 1 * 1 1 9
Leave San >~ .
Pedro. S»3 • " * ' 3 a
ArrivcSan . h o
B Pedro. &ra : - - - - 5
p <R 5_
.. Arrive Sta •. d
X Monica. : - : : =
a <fl a-
5111 1 I I I
I Mil ill
* ■ kC'fcflttti
■< £t » i £ J °J= -
Colli steamships cnll at Tort Hurioid
(9auLuisOblspo)and Kuntalinrbarn; aUo,
on down trip, at Anaueim Landing for
freight only. The Senator calls at Man
BuenavenLuia ulso every trip.
■WPassengorg for Ran Francis o by Ihe
Senator take the train Jot Santa Monica
that leaves Los Augeles at 4:55 P.M.;
tho»e by the Orizaba take tho train for
Santa Monies that leaves Los Angeles nt
y:i» A. M.—both Los Angeled time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
Senator and Orizaba
Leave Sauta Monica and snu Pedro lor
San Diego, April 27, May 2, 7,12,17, 22,
27, and June 1.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Augeles forsau Pedro at 3.4» P. M,,
Los Augeles llnic.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeics.
(Payable In Uold.)
To sag Franelseo Siooo Sio «o
lo fort Harford |2 00 9 00
To Santa Uarbaru 8 10 lies)
•lo sin Diego 850 0 ou
Pluos oi steamer*'cabins at agent's otilce,
where berths may be seeuied.
FOH WAY PORTS.
The steamer Constantino leuves San
Buouaventura uud Santa Barbara for Sau
Francisco every Sunday, culiiug at all
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for San Diego and way ports about every
ten days, currying s'oek, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as s hove, or
for tickets to aud from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, I.oeal
Agent, Ofllce, No. 66$ Main street,
over the Commercial Hank. Los
S T H A M 1C It H,
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
Ouand after Monday,Dee.l7th,lB77, nnd
until farther notice, trains win run every
day as follows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES!
Wilmington 10:35 A. M. 11:55 A. K.
Sau Francisco 1:16 P. v. 12:40 p. M.
" Aceom'datinu 10:3 i a. X, 7:30 a.m.
Yuma 2:25 P. 11. 7:00 A. M.
Wilmiuglou 3:30 " 4:65 l*. M.
Santa Ana 4:00 " ti:lu "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:15 a. m.
Santa Ana 0:30 A. v. 8:50 "
WllminMou 7:45 " 0:10 "
Wilmington 1:00 p. M. 2:2U p. M
San Fraucisco 4:00 " 1:55 "
" Accom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 a.m.
Trains run daily to Y'uma, counecting
with steamers for Aubrey, Khrenberg
and Intermediatelandiugs on the Colo*
rado about three times per month.
Sleeping cars will bo run daily.
Tru'ir- will bo run by Man Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
.ieu'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. IS. TOWNS, Gen'lSup't.
lv. K. HEWITT. Ass't Hnu't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
15th, 1877, trains will run dally on
this road as follows:
a P Arrive Leave Arrivein
Depot S R Depot 8. Mulea 1. Mnlca
L Augt's [j. Angel's
— — —'
II 39A.M. 18:40 A. M. 1,7.40 A.M. 110 SO AM.
4.40 P.M.|4:20 P.M. ||«::0 P.M. |5:40 P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
with the P. C. steamship Co.'s steamers
for Sau Franoisco and sun Diego. See
WM. J. L. MOULTON,
ol4tf ASS't SUD't.
Can ba found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
Persons who desire to become conver
sant with photography will be Instructed
In the art by me upon an expeditious
method and at moderate rates.
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT f I 00, S2OO AND
UP TO $1000.
Thesa are deolded bargains, and tbo
purchasers are certain or large profits.
ap3tf Weltenstoln's ArtUaliery.
All persons having claims against the
late tirm of B. D. WILSON A 00. are
hereby notified nnd requested to present
the same nt ouce to the undersigned, nt
his residence, nt San Marino, Lot Ange*
les county; and all persons Indebted tn
said tirm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, ISTJj.
aplStt J. DB BARTH SHORB.
PerT. A It.
Having been appointed General Agent
Mutual Aid Association
of S< ulhern California, my office will
herealter be with fc\ uermuin A Co. The
advantages of the Mutuul Aid Associa
tion as a protective society cannot he ex
aggerated. I'ersons desiring to secure a
resource In urns of need should commu
nicate with mo. altf H. SHEUWOUP.
Rubottom Ranch for Sale,
This valuable properly, containing
KItiHTY-SIX ACUKS, oue of the most
eligible to investors in Southern Califor
nia, Is ior sale. Good tlt lo and abund
ance of water, it Is in the heart of the
beautiful and productive Sau Jose Val
le>, thirty miles from l.os Angele*.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
a I.st), roil SALE.
A KAUt: BARGAIN Is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wife a
change of scene und nlr, ure themoUves
which Induce me to sell.
Address, fir terms,
mrsW W. W. ItIIUOTTOM. f-padra.
Land for Sale.
THE U.N'DEUSIONEI) HAS
165 Acres of Fino Farming
On tlie Old LosNiutoa road,adjoin
ing the city limits, for sale.
Apnly to T. 1). MOTT,
d27-lm Koom 10, Moll's Building.
For Sale Cheap.
A Cottago and Lot on Kill
St., Wear First,
Commanding a view of tV»e ocean und
vulley. The undersigned will dispose of
tho abov-i property, with a view to im
prove and build on tho adjoining lots.
Apply to M. KELLEHER,
Ofnee-No. I Temple srroet. it; f tt
I offer my place, three-quarters ot a
mile from Dowuey City, on the Wilinlng*
toa rouit, adjoining the College! rtL * bar
gain. It comprises
Fifteen of which are In frui 4 , of choice
varieties. There aro eight acres of Mus
cat grapes. Comfortable house on the
LOW PRICK A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate possession -will he given, II
desired,with tue entire growing crop ol
trults, etc. Water right attached to laud,
but no necessity lor use. Apply to
Jy4 Urn O. H. ALLEN, on the premises.
Two Thousand Head of
Will pay Go. per pound for thoso weigh,
ing 61) pounds or less and 4c. tor those
weighing from 50 to ISO pojmts.
Call or address J. A. KELLY, Santa
Anita hunch, Sau uabriel Mission, Cal.
To House Owners.
It is now the best scison ofthe year to
paint buildings. Be not deceived Into
buying worthless namt mixtures, but
call at ihe PAINT DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine
samples of tho BEST PAINTS In the
lnirket before buying. B»-PKICES LOW.
Silver taken at par. '1 ho current pre
mium allowed on gold and greenbacks.
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
JgSj LOS ANGELES STREET, lo /ffij
Z3Z rear of cathedral.
I would respectfully announce to my
old customers and tlie public generally
that I have on hand and shull keep eve
rylhlng In my line of busluess—TßEES,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and
retail,and at LOWEST PRICKS.
Orders from abroad promptly eie 'Uled
and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered free of charge in the city.
LOUIS J. STENGEL,
mrS-2m Formerly Shaeffer & Stengel.
SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED
FOR TWO OR THREE YEARS.
FIRST CLANS RANGE.
PLENTY OF WATER.
Address RANCH, Heral I office. alB-2w
Notice of Removal.
Monday or Tuesday Next
I WILL KUMOVE MY
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
From 101 Main street,
To No. 28 Central Block,
I shall beglad lo welcome my custom
ers al uij new quarters.
a. s. Mcdonald.
ro provide for a convention
TO FRAME A NEW CONSTITUTION
FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
r Approved March 19, 18T8 J
The People of the State of Califor
nia, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. An eleotlOU shall bo hold
an tlie third Wednesday In June, eight
een hundred and st vt nty-eight of dele
gates to meet In Convention to revise the
Constitution of tula State and to frame a
new Cons tit ation. No other question
shall he submitted to the people or voted
on At sucli election, any statute or law to
the contrary not wllhstanding. Alt other
elections called tor the same time shall
ho held nt the next general or special
Bkj. 2. Tho number of .delegates to be
chosen to such Convention shall be one
hundred and fifty-two, to be apportioned
as follows! The counties of Man Diego
and San Bernardino shall jointly elect
one delegate; the county of San Diego
shall elect one delegate; tho county of
BAD Bernardino shall elect oue delegate;
the county of Los Angeles shall elect
three delegates; the counties of Ventura,
Boats) Barbara and San Luis Obispo shall
elect ono delegate; the counties of Tu
lare, Kern nnd Fresno shall dec', one
delegate each, and tlie OOUUtlei of .Mono
and Inyo shall elect otic delegate; the
counties of Maripos i. Merced and Stan
islaus shall jointly elect one delegate;
tho counties of Mariposa and Merced
shall jointly elect one delegate; the
county of Stanislaus shall elect ono del
egate; the counties of Santa Cruz, Mon
terey and San Benito shall jointly elect
one delegate; the county of Santa Cruz
shall elect one delegate; the county of
Monterey shall eject one delegate; the
county of San Benito shall elect one del
egate; the county of Santa Clara shall
elect live delegates; the city and county
of San Francisco shall elect at large
thirty delegates; the city and county of
San Francisco At large, Jointly with the
county of San Mateo, ahull tlect one del
egate; the county of Sau Mateo shall
elect ouedelegate; the county of Alame
da shall elect flvo delegates! the coun
ties of Contra Costa and Murin shall
jointly elect one delegate; the county ol
Contra Costa shall elect oue delegate;
the county of Marin shall eleot one dele
gate; the counties of Ban Joaquin and
Amador shall Jointly elect one delegate;
the county of San Joaquin shall elect
four delegates; tho county of Amador
shall elect two delegates; tuc counties of
Tuolumne and Calaveras shall Jointly
elect one delegate; the county ot Tuol
umne shall elect ono delegate; the
county of Calaveras shall elect oue dele
gate; the county of Sacramento shall
elect Aye delegates; the counties of So
lauo nnd Yolo shall jointly elect one del
egate; the county or Solano shall elect
tnree delegates; the county of Yolo
shall elect one delegate; the counties of
Napa, Lake and Sonoma shall Jointly
elect one delegate; the county of Napa
shall elect ono delegate; tlie county of
Lake shall elect one delegate; the coun
ty of Sonoma shall elect lour delegates;
the county of Placer shall elect two dole
gates; the count ies of El Dorado and Al
pine shall Jointly elect two delegates; the
county of El Dorado shall elect one dele
gate; the counties of Nevada aud sierra
shall Jointly elect one delegate; the
county of Nevada shall elect four dele
gates; tho county of Sierra shall elect
ouedelegate; the counties of Yuba and
Suttcrshull jointly elect one delegate;
the county of Y'uba shall elect two dele
gates; tho county of Suiter shall eleot
one delegate; the counties of Butte, Plu
mas and Lassen shall jointly elect one
delegate; tbe counties ot Plumas and
Lassen snail Jointly elect one delegate;
the county ol Butte .' hall elect two title
gates; the counties of Mendocino. Horn*
boldt and Del Norte shall jointly eleol one
delegate; thecouniyot Humboldt shall
elect ono delegate; the county of Mendo
cino shall electone delegate: the county
ot Del Norte shall elect one delegate; the
counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity and
Shasta shall Jointly elect one delegate;
the counties of Slsk'you and Modoc shall
Jointly elect one delegate; tlie coun
ties of Trinity and Shasta shall jointly
elect oue delegate; the county of
Tehama shall elect one delegate; the
county of Colusa shall elect one dele
gate; and thirty two (82) delegates shall
be elected by the state at large, eight (8)
residents of each Congressional District.
SEC. 3. All persons entitled by law to
vote for Member? of Assembly shall ba
entitled to vele at such election in their
respective election districts, and not
elsewhere. Such eluetoin shall ho by
Sec. 4. The following regulations shall
' apply to the aforesaid election,to he held
ou the third Wednesday in June, A. D.
eighteen hundred nnd seventy-eight:
First—The said election shall be held
nnd conducted by the proper election of
ficers of the several election districts of
the State, and shall he governed and reg
ulated lv all respects by the general eh c
tion laws of the state in force at tho
time of said election, so far us the same
shall be applicable thereto, nud not in
consistent With the provisions of this
Second—At tlie special election to be
held under this act, if no othei provision
for printing and using new Great Regis
ters or ward registers shall have iv the
meantime been made by law, the copies
o! the Great Registers which were used in
the several counties of this State At the
general election held In the year eighteen
hundred and seventy-seven sha.ll bo
used. The Boards of Supervisors must
furnish the Boards of Election of each
preciuctln their respective counties, he
lore the day on which said special elec
tion is appointed to he held, ut least ono
copy of the aforesaid printed Great Reg
ister. If the Boards of Supervisors can
not otherwise obuln n sutllc.out number
of copies ofthe register for the purpose,
it must take the copies filed in the office
ol the County Clerk, iv pursuance of sec
tion one thousand two hundred and six
ty-eight of the Political Code, if the
copy of the register which shall bo fur
nished to any precinct shall have been
used at any previous election, the char
acter "X" may bo used Instend of the
word "voted," ns r< quired hy section one
thousand tWO hundred and twenty-eight
of the Poll th) a I Code. It shall not be the
duty of the Boards of Election to post
copies of the Urent Register, as required
by section one thousand one hundred
mid forty-nine of the Political Code. The
voter, when he otrcrs his ballot at, a poll
ing place, sball not be required to An
nounce his number on the Great Regis
ter, as provided for in section one I hot] 8
and two hundred and tweuty-flvo of the
Third—The officers of the several coun
ties of this State, whose duty it is under
the law to receive und canvass the re
turns from the several precincts of their
respective counties, as well as tho elty
and county of Sun Francisco, shall meet
at the usual place of meeting ior such
purpose on the second Monday after said
elcctlou. If, at the lime of meeting, the
returns from each precinct in the count-'
In which i>olls were opened have been re
ceived, tho Board must then and there
proceed to cauvass t he returns; but if till
returns have not been received, the can
vass must bo postponed Iroin day lo d:iy
until ull ofthe returns are lecelved or until
six postponements have been hud, when
they shall proceed lo make out returns of
the votes oast for delegaus to be mem
bers of the Convention; and the proceed
ings of the officers whose duty it is to
make out said returns shall be the same
as those prescribed for like ofHcors In the
case of uu election for Governor, except
that the returns shall ho transmitted to
the Secretary of State. The persons re
ceiving the highest number of votes ut
such election shall bo elected, except in
the case or persons voted for as delegates
at largo. Ofthe persons so votod for us
delegates at large, the sight persons, resi
dents of uny one Congressional Dletiict.
who shall have received v plurality of
votes over ail other persons, severally,
who reside In the same Congressional
District, shall be declared elected such
delegates at largo.
Fourth—The Secretary of State shall,
nssoon us the returns of said election
shall ho received by him, or within
twenty days after said election, in the
presence of the Governor nnd Controller
of State, open und compute all of the re
turns received of votes given for mem
bers oft he Con yen! lon, and the Governor
shall forthwith issue his proclamation,
declaring the names of the persons who
have beta chosen members of said Con
Skc.s. The delegates co chosen shall
meet In Convention in Iho Assembly
Chamber nt the Capitol, in the city of
Sacrumento, on the twenty-eighth of
September, eighteen hundred and sevan
ty-el*ht, ut twelve o'clock M. They
shall, by a viva voce vote, and the vote
shall be entered on the Journal, elect
one of their number President, and such
Secretaries und other officers as they
may deem necessary. After the said
Convention has met, nnd organized, H
shall have power to adjourn to and hold
Its meetings at any place insnldclty of
Sacramento oLher than tho said Assem
bly Chamber, and all committee rooms
of Ihe state Capitol building shall be un
der tho control of said Convention.
The President of tho Convention may ap
point not exceeding one Doorkeeper nnd
lour PAges. The Convention may select
Phonographic Reporters, and fix tho
amount uf tnoir compensation; also, a
Sergeant-at-Armsand one assistant. The
delegates to the Convention shall receive
the same par d'em nnd mileage as mem
bers ofthe Legislature; provided, nooom
pensutlomhall bo allowed delegates af-
tor tbo expiration nf olio hundred dnvs.
No pay shall bo allowed lor any recast
longer than three dayi at one time. The
secretary shall receive eight, dollars per
dny.nudhls auslstunrs each six dfilluia
per day, mi I tho Doorkeepers, ragOi.
Sergeant-nt-Anns end ftulstanis shall
receive tho same compensation as pro
vlded hy law for similar services ..-i t m«
temlance upon Ibe As- em hly. Tho
amountofpayshall !>.■ o rtifled i»y the
President of ihe Convention* en i sball
to paid hy tho fr- nsurer of l* Lite, ou tbe
warrant of the Controller. In the same
manner as members of iho Legislature
are pa hi. It shall he the duty ofthe Gov
ernor to attend said Convention nt the
opening thereof, and to administer the
constitutional oath or office to the dele*
nates, und to preside at all meetings
thereof until a President has been eleeUd
and taken his s. Nt, but the Governor
shall have neither tbe casting vote nor
any other vote therein. The secretary ol
state shrill also a (end ut the
opening Of the Convention und
eui i the roi i of delegates.
All public officers, Hoards und Commis
sions shall furnish such Convention with
all such Information,papers,statement*-,
books or other public document! In their
poseesslon as the said Convention shall
order or require tor Its use from time to
ttme while In session. it snail ho the
duty of the Secretary of state to furnish
tho members of said Couvention with
stationery to tho amount provided by
law for the Lesislature while in session,
und to the Convention such Stationery,
manual,file boards end other like things
us aro rurnlsbed to the two Houses of the
Legislature. Bald Convention may adopt
such rules nnd regulations for Its own
government us v majority of its members
may determine, nnd said Convention
shall be the Judge of the election ami
qualification of its own members.
Sac. 0. A journal ot the proceedings of
the sukl Convention shall ho kept, nnd
■hall, at the final adjournment thereof,
he tiled In the office Of the Secretary 01
State, and the Constitution agreed to hy
the Convention shall he recorded iv his
Office. A majority of the Convention
shall constitute a quorum to do business.
Tho doors of the Couvention shall he
kept >pen, except when tho public wel
fare shall require secresy. Every dele
gate to tho Convention shall have the
like privileges from arrest nnd from civil
process as members of the Legislature
now have by law. For any speech or de
bate iv the Conventloi, the delegates
shall not be questioned in any other
place. The Convention shall have tho
power to expel any of its members, and
to punish lis members nnd officers lor
disorderly behavior, hy Imprisonment or
otherwise: but no member shall be cx
ptlled until the report of a committee
appointed to Inquire luto the facts alleg
ed as tho ground of his expulsion shall
have been made. The Convention shall
have the power to punish as a contempt
and by Imprisonment or otherwise, a
breach of his privileges, or of the prlvli
ases of Its members, but tuoh power shall
not be exercised except against persona
utility t,r one or more of the following of
First—The Offense of arresting or sub
jecting a member or officer of the Con
vention to civil process, in violation of
his privilege from arrest us heretofore
Second—That of disorderly conduct in
tho immediate view and presence of the
Convention, and directly tending to in
terrupt its proceedings.
Third—That of publishing any false nnd
malicious report ofthe proceedings of the
Convention, or of the conduct ol a mem
ber m his delegated capacity.
Fourth—That of refusing to al lend or be
examined, as a witness,either before the
Convention or a committee to take testi
mony in the proceeding of me Conven
Fifth—That of giving or offering a bribe
to a member, or of attempting by menace
or any other corrupt means or device, di
rectly or indirectly, to control or Influ
ence a member In giving his vote, or to
prevent, him from giving the same.
in nil eases in wnioh the Convention
shall punish any of Its members.or olti-
CCrs,or any other person, by Imprison*
ment,such imprisonment snail not ex
tend beyond the session of tho Conven
tion. Every person appointed to tho of
fice of secretary ofthe Convention shall,
before he enters ou the dul ies of his office,
execute a bond to the people of the Stat o
with such security as the Controller shall
approve. In tho penal sum of five thous
and dollars, conditioned that he shall
lalthfUlly perform the duties of bis office
nud account lor all moneys which may
come Into his hands hy Vlituethereof,
sec. r. Tho Constitution framed by
such Conventlod shall bo submitted by
the Convention to the people for their
adoption or rejection ut a special election
to be held on t tie first Wednesday of May,
eighteen hundred nnd seventy-nine, and
every person hereby entitled to vote for
delegates may vote at that election, on
such adoption or rejection. In tho elect lon
district in which ho shall then reside,
nud not elsewhere. The said Constitu
tion shall he voted on us a whole. No
other question than the adoption or re
jection of tho proposed Constitution
shall he submitted to the people or voted
on at such election, any statute or law
to tho contrary notwithstanding. The
Convention shall prescribe the publica
tion of said Constitution, and (he notice
to be giveuof the election. The hallotsor
tickets shun have printed or written up
on them the Words " For the New Consti
tution," or "Against the New Constitu
tion," and all the provisions of law now
or at that time existing In legtirdtogen
eral elections shall be applicable to Mich
election, except that the provisions of ihe
first and second subdivisions of section
four nf this act shall also apply to said
election. The canvassing aud returns of
tho votes cast upon such question shall.
In such manner as tho Convention Shall
direct, be certified to the Executive of the
state, who shall cull to his assistance
the Controller, Treasurer and Secretary
Of State, and cni.pa.ro the votes ns certi
fied to htm. if, by mob an examination,
It Is ascertained that n majority of (he
whole number of votes cast at such elec
tion ho in favor of such new Constitu
tion, tho Executive of Ihlg state shall,
hy his proclamation, declare such new
Constitution to be the Constitution of
the State of California, and that it will
take effect at such lime us tho said
Uonventlon may have lv Us direc
tion, by resolution, or in said Constitu
tion itself, fixed. If said Convention fix
no lime for said Constitution to take ef
fect, then it shall take effect immediately
upon such proclamation being made.
sec. 8. Ail willful and corrupt false
•wearing In taking any of the oaths pre.
tori bed by this act, or by the laws of this
State made applicable to this act, or In
any other mode or form In carrying into
effect this act, Shall be doomed perjury,
md shall be punished in the manner
now prescribed by law for willful and
Sec. 9. It Shall be tho dufv of the Sor
retftry of s ate to cause this net lo be
published once a month after Its passage,
-nitll tho election of delegates herein
provided, lv not more thnu five ofthe
public iiewspnpers published iv this
state—ono of said publications to bo in
■omc newspaper published in Iho city
md county of Francisco, and one in the
;lty of Sacramento, and one in t he coun
ty of Los Angeles, und one In the county
>t'Nevada,nud one in ihe county of Tu
lare; und the expense of publishing (he
uune, and all other legal expenses in
curred in printing for the Convention,
dial I be audited by the Controller and
paid by (ho state Treasurer, nccoralug to
SCO, 10. All Ihe printing necessary for
he said Convention, under Ihe provis
onsofthts act. shall bo done and por
ormed at the stnto Printing Office.
Sec. 11. In caseany vacanoy occurs, by
eason of the death, resignation, or othor
vhe.of any delegate elected to said Con
tention,tha same shall be filled by the
Sec. 12. The sum of one hundred nnd
Ifly thousand dollars, or so much there
•f as may be necessary, is hereby appro
>rlated out of any money lv the state
.'reusury, to pny the expenses of the Con
tention provided for in this act.
Sxc. 13. This act shall take effect Im
Jvery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
JAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriage., Single or Double,
unci Saddle Horses kept constantly ou
band for the accommodation of tho pub
lic. Horses Hoarded by tae duy, week or
month at reasonable rales. Conveyances
furnished for private or public OOOftalon.
at tho shortest nolleo and upon as reas
onable terms as al any
First Class Establishment
In Soulhern California.
Ja24tr WILSON* A YOUNU, prop's.
Montana Meat Market.
FiUELINOERA FRANK, fF&tf
The best and tondorest MeutsAAAjj
lv tho market. None but the Mgiggfc
Primest Boof and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Moat Market, Main Street, near
First. Los Angeles
(TOttOLD n.ATBI) WATt'IIKS.
**k < CfelßpM In tho know n world. Simply Waicli Vnta
tfftfW Accnu Addmi A CoitltmS Co., Chlcuo.
"Vjoi ie;: n HKi.EhY GIVEN THAT
J>\ at v mcellng of the Democratic
Uouitty Central Ootnmltte for lios An«
.gelei county, held In the city of Los An*
gelei on Saturday, May liih, 187 V, H was
Kksolvkii, Thai a Democratic County
Convention, for the county of Loi An
geles, be held ut the
COUNTY COURT KOOM,
in the city or Los Angeles, on Tuesday,
the Fourth day of tone, 1870, at U o'clock
a. X.* Pat the purpose or nominating tlzree
candidate* for Delegate! to the Conven
tion to revise the Constitution of the
State of California.
That for tho purpose of electing Dele
gates to said OOUnty Convention, a Pri
mary Bleotlon be held by the Democrats
ofthe several precients herealter named
Saturday, tho Ist Day of
That Ihepolls In the several preeinctH
be opened utl) o'clock A. M. and closed ut
5 o'clock P, m. of that day.
That the following bo iho, tes:s for vot
ers at said election:
Ist. That they are qualified voters un
iter the laws of this State.
2d. That they are Democrats.
That tho several Judges of election,
whether uppolnted hy order ot this Com
mittee or otherwise selected, he und they
nreihereby authorized and required to
canvass the votes east at their respective
polling placet, and to Issue to the Dele
gates elected to said County Conveulinn
proper certificates of election to be pre
sented by the Delegates lo tho Conven
tion when assembled, nnd that such
Judges seal up the ballots, poll and tally
lists use 1 at said election uud forward the
same by somo safe means before the
meeting ot said County Convention to the
Secretary ofthe Democratic County Com
mittee ut Los Angeles city.
'J hat the following hound is v list of
the several precincts, polling places,
Judges of election, and tho number of
Delegates to said Convention \o which
the several precincts urn and shall bo
entitled respectively. That is to say.
AM All ELM—Judge Bailey's oftice; A.
Bailey Jndge; ;i Delegates.
a/usa—s. Caben'i store; J. T. tfordon,
Judge; 2 Delegates.
CIENEGA-Park n. U. Station; J. A.
Nichols Judge; 1 Delegate.
CAUUKNLJA-School Hrmse; V. Maun
Judge; i Delegate.
CuMI'ToN—S. Grand &. Co.'s Store; J.
I. Bent ley Judge; 9 Delegates.
duaktk—Dr. iieardslee's house; Dr.oT*
Beurdslce Judge; 1 Delegate.
EL MONTE—Tipton's hotel; J, L*. Tin
ton Judge; 2 delegates.
ELI/.ABETH LAKK-neirncrN hotel;
J. MelTner Judge; 1 Delegate.
FLORENCE—SchooI house; CI. W. Ju
den Judge; 1 Dclegato,
FOUNTAIN VALLEY—SchooI house;
W. H. Caudle Judge; 2 Delegates.
GARDEN GROVE—School hou.se; Dr.
J. T. Head Judge; 1 Delegate.
LOS NIETOS-B. tiuirudo's store; M.
Pi Tyler Judge; 2 Delegates.
LA BALLuN A—School house; T. A.
Saxon Judge; 1 Deleguic.
First, Preclnt—Rath street, school
hOOSet Felix Gallurdo Judge; 4 Delegates.
second l'recint—Council Rooms; it.
H. Dal ton Judge; 3 Delegates.
Third Precinct—Hound House; Joseph
Huber Judge; 4 Delegates.
Fourth Precinct—Court House; It. A.
Ling Judge; (> Delegates.
MONTE VISTA-School house; Jas.
Thompson Judge; 1 Delegide.
NOKWALK-.l.Caldweir.s house; Willis
Newton Judge; 2 Delegates.
OLD Ml.ssljN—Basey'sstore; A. Ben*
don Judge; I Delegate.
ORANGE~Orango Hotel; J, Y. Jenkins
Judge; t .Delegate,
PASADENA-School house; Dr. \V. YV.
Edward* judge; l Delegate,
POMONA—Bcbool house; f. Faiomaras
Judge; I Delegate.
UA\ JON A—School house; J. Talbot
Judge; 1 Delegate.
SAN QAbIUEIjL— Tuoh's rton ;IL
Hamilton Judge; 2 tletfgittes.
SAN JOsE-CuldwelCs s!ore; A. B.
Cahiwoil Judge; 2 Delegates,
BAN JUANCAPIHTHANO-F.lld's Ho
tel; John Congdon Judge; 2 Delegates.
SAN ANTONIO—SchooI house; Bobt.
Tweedy Judge; I Delegate.
SANTA ANA—Sciiool house; Trinidad
Yorba Judge; 1 Delegate.
SAN JOAUUIN—Judge Humphrey's
on cc; Levi Mckas Judge;3l)et N gates,
SAN FKUNANDO—Motet's store; a. B,
Moiiit Judge; i Delegate.
SOLE DAD—New bull Station; \\\ A.
Broph v Judge; I Delegate.
SILVER-Judge Bus let's o.T.ce; J. W.
Buster Judge: li Delegates.
SANTA MONICA—Judge Morgan's of
floe; Warren Avery Judge; 2 Delegates.
TU.STIN-School house; Dr. W. B, Wall
Judge, 1 Delegate.
VUiHNON-School House; I. C. Curtis
Judge; I Delegate.
WILMINGTON—Denver's store; Geo.
Denver Judge; 2 Delegates,
WESTMLVSI'ER-Sehool house; V»\ P.
Craig Judg- ; 1 Delegate.
St. J NEW.MARK,
Chairman Democratic County Central
Stephen M.White, Seo'y,
111 tho Probato Court,
Of the County of Los Angeles.
State of California,
ORDER TO BHOW CAUSE ON SALE
OF BEAD ESTA TE.
In the matter of the esta'e ol Jacob
It appearing to said Court by Ihe peti
tion tills day presented and filed by A<
S. Gray, the bxeentorol tbe Fast Win and
tesiumont of Jacob Gray, deceased,
praying lor an order of sale of real
estate, that it is necessary to sell tho
whole or some portion of the real es
tate ol said deceased to pay the debls out
standing against tho. deceased and the
debts, expenses and charges t.f adminis
It is therefore ordered by said Court
tbatall persons interested in tbe estate
ofsaid deceased appear before the said
Probate Court on
FRIDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF
JUNE, A. I). 1878,
At ten o'clock in tho forenoon of that
day, at the Court Boom of i>aid Probate
Court, at the Court Bouse, lv Los Angeles
City, county and State aforesaid, to show
cause why an order should not be grant
ed lo the said Executor to sell so much
of the real estate of tho said deceased
as shall he necesfary.
And that a copy of this order he
published at least four successive weeks
in Ihe Los A ngcles Dull v Herald, a, news
paper printed and published in said
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
Dated May Bth, Is 7& mayo-iw
LOCATED AT WILMINGTON,
Los Angeles County, California,
Fac ory has alt approved machinery in
use, which is entirely new. Maohlnery
driven by an eighty horse-power boiler
and engine, ltailroad switch connects
factory wlthS. I*. R. X.. giving facilities
for shipping to all points in tho interior,
und Its close proximity to the wharf en
ables material to be landed at the factory
from the mills as cheaply as in San
WILL BE SOLI) CHEAP
Tori .se up partnership affair, nf n. D.
Wilson A t'n. Apply to Iho surviving
partner. j. Dkliahtii hhokll,
nwltf rian tiubrtel P. 0.. Cal.
litis removed his Agricultural Imple
ment Store to
No. 24 Aliso Street,
Next door to Lam bourn A Turner, mil lm I
IN I'"' District Court of Hie Seventeenth
Judicial District, of tho Slate of Chi
llornhi, In nud for the Count! of l.os An
The Farmers'and Merchants' H.ink ol
Lm Angaies, I'lnlntln", ■gainst Jamas
\ lies, Jr., Defendant.
Action hrouglil in the Dislrlct com I ol
til-- Seventeenth Judicial District of Ihe
Mini-- of California, in and for the CuuUl]
ol 1/is Angeles, and tho Complaint Illed
In laid county of Los Angeles, In llit
offloe ofthe Clerk of said District Court.
The i'eoplo of tho State of California
send greeting lo James Vlies, Jr.,
You are hereby required to appear lv
an ncllou brought agulust you by Ihe
''bove named plalntlir In tho Distilct
Court ol the Seventeenth Judicial Dislrlct
of tbe Stnto of California, in and for the
county of Los Angeles, nnd to answer the
complaint illed therein, within ten dins
(exclusive of tho day of service) niter tbe
service on you of this summons—if served
within this county; or, If served out 01
this county, but lv this District, within
twenty days; otherwise, within fony
days —or Judgment by default will be
taken against you, uccordingto the pravei
of said complaint.
The suld action Is brought to obtain
a decree of tots court for the foreclosure
a certain mortgage described lv the said
complaint, uud executed by the said
James Vlies, Jr., to the Farmers' and
Merchants' Hank of Los Angelos, on the
. we ,'."&.", m ' l2sth > «»y o f October,
A. D. Ik.a, to secure the payment ofthe
sum of eight hundred (S800) dollars In
United stales gold coin, with Interest ns
set forth iv llio said mortgage, and a
certain piomissory nolo exacutcd
by said defendant, bearing oven
date with said mortgage; that tho prem
ises conveyed and mortgaged by suld
mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds
applied to the payment ol suld sum of
8800 W) dollars, iv If. 8. gold coin, with
Interest at the rato of ]% percent, par
per monib from tho 251 h day ol January
A. D. 1877, compounded monthly, and
tor ten percent, upon the a mount which
shall bo adjudged to be due ou said note
lor attorney'! lees, as provided for In said
mortgage, and costs of suit; and In case
such proceeds are not sufficient to pay
Ihesnine, then to obtain an execution
I against said defendant, James Viles, ,lr
lor tbe balance remaining due; und also
that the said defendants und nil persons
claiming by, through or under him may
bo barred and foreclosed oi all right ti
tie, claim, lien, equity of redemption and
Interest In and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and for other nnd further relief
Boftranoe Is had to complaint for partlc-
And you are hereby notified that If yon
rati lo appear and answer the said com
plaint us above required, the suld plalntlil
will apply to Ihe Court for the relief de
manded lv the said complaint.
Olvcn under my hand aud the seal of
Iho Dislrlct Court of Ihe Seventfenth
Judlcial District of tho stute of Ca lfornin
In nnd for the county of Los Augeles, this
13th day ot February, iv the yeurolour
Lord, one thousand eight hundred uud
_ . . A. W. POTTS, Cleis.
By JAMES C. KAYS, Deputy Clerk.
Olassell, Chnpman a smiths, Plaintiff's
A. II Wilcox, plaintiff, vs. Laura C. King
and A. J. King, defend ints- seven
teenth District Court.
IT N DEr. AND BY VIRTUE OF A
J decree of foreclosure and or
der ol sule entered lv the
District Court of tho 17lh Judicial
District of the stato of California. In and
ior Los Augeies county, on the 3JIU day
Ot March, A. D. 1878, und a writ on fore
closure orinortgago entered lv the afore
said District Court, annexed to snld de
cree nnd dattd tbe 16th day of May, A.
D. 1878, lv the above entitled case, aud In
avor of A. H. Wilcox, plaintiff, nnd
against Laura C. King and A. J. King
defendants, acertltleu copy of which said
decree of foreclosure duly attested under
tho seal of said court on the Kith day
of May, A. D. 1573, and delivered to me
me tm the simo day, to'eth
er with ihe writ annexed thereto,
whereby lam commanded lo sell at public
auction, to the highest aud best bidder
for cush In U. S. gold coin, tho followlli r
and In said decree described real estate
That certain let or parcel o! land, lit
uated In the city and couuty of l.os
Ange'es, State of California, and bounded
nnd de»o ibod as follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point In the 101 th
llneol orange street, being tno north
west corner of the lot fronting two hun
dred feet on said Orange street, whi"h
was sold by John U. Nichols to John
Jones by doerf recorded in Los Augeles
county record!; running thence along
thesoulh line of Orange street north liti
degreos 23 minutes west 223 4-10 feot;
thence at right angles south 63 degrees
25 mlnuies west 45i 3-10 feot to the north
llneol the extension or Seventh street;
thenoo along said north lino south
degrees east 213 8-10 feet tosouthwest cor
ner of lot of J. Jones; thence along tho
west line of said Jones north 23 degrees 81
minutes cast 3 3 15-10J fejt to Iho place of
Public notice Is hereby given thutou
SATURDAY, THE Stii DAI' OK
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At 13. Jj o'clock p.m., I wiil proceed to sell,
ut the Court House doot. in the city nnd
county of Los Augeles, State of Califor
nia, ut public auction to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In V. S. gold coin, to
.satisfy laid decree for principal, Inter
est, attorney's fees, costs and all accru
ing costs, all tho above tleseribDd real es
Given under my hand, nt Los Aqfeli s,
this II).h duy ol Mac, A. D. 1873.
H. M. MITCHELL,
Frnncisca A. MncDougall, plaintiff, vs.
Wm. J. Moore.deiendaul—Seventeenth
UNDER AND BY' V JUT UK OF A
a decree of foreclosure and order of
e.ilj entered in the District Court
of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of tho stute of Calllornla. In and for Los
Angaleieouatr.on the loth day of May,
A.D. 1S;8, und a writ tin foreclosure of
mortgage,entered in the aforesaid Dis
tri.-tcotnt, aunexed to said decree and
dated the Idtll day of May, A. D. '1878, In
Ihe above entitled c.so, anil lv favor of
Frnncisca A. MacDougull, plalntlil,
and against Win. J. Moore, defend
ant, a certified copy of which said de
cree of foreclosure, duly attested un
der the seal of said court on tho 13th day
of May, A. D. 1378, aud delivered
tome, together wlih ibe writ annexed
thereto, on the sumo day. whereby 1
am commanded to sell at public auc
tion, to the highest an d best bidder, for
cash in U. H. gold coin, tbo following aud
In said decree described real estate, to
All those certain lots, pleeos and par
cels of land situate, lylug aud being In
the city and county of Los Angeles, state
of California, und particularly described
First—That piece of land commencing
at the northwest corner of First aud Wil
mington streets, being tho whole cf lot
five (Sj and till th it portion of lot six (0)
lying west of Wilmington street, «s
shown on the sub-dlvislon map of tbe
Murut Garden tract, and being the samu
whereon Is erected the lodging house of
the suld Win. J. Moore.
Second—Those ccrtuin lots known a,
lots eight (81 and nlue (0), fronting oue
hundred (ioo) feot on tbo noitherly slue
of First street, as shown ou the said map
of Ihe Murnt U trden tract, recorded In
Book nne(l) of Miscellaneous Rocords,
page CIO, In thoottlco of tho Couuty Ho
c-order of Los Angeles county.
Third—Those certain lots of land being
and Known as lots two (2), three (I), five
(5), nix (0) and seven (7) of tho Ballestoios
truct.ns known and designated on a map
thereof mado by F. Lecouvreur, County
Surveyor, March Ift, )Bto, aud recorded
in Book one (l)of Miscellaneous Rocords,
page CB5, Couuty Recorder's office of said
Los Angeles county; together with the
tenements, hereditaments and uppurte
nances thereunto belonging.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
THURSDAY, THE 61U DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to sell at the
Court 11 mis.- door, in tho City and County
of Los An:;.'], s. State ot Ctt4ifornia,- at
publio auction, to the highest and beat bid
der, for cash in United State! gold coin, to
Batisfy said decree for principal, interest,
attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing
costs, all tho abovo described real estate.
Given under my hand at Los Angeles,
Ibis 15th duy of May, A. D. 1878.
XL. M. MITCHELL,
I am now roady to reeelve animals on
pasture. In my enclosed lauds, lv tho
western part of the city.
All nnimals at owners' risk.
Apply at my offlce. P. BKAUDRY.
II New High street, opposite Ploo House
l£i I <V) ■ dayat homo. Agent! wanted.
tJJAjS Outfit and terms free. TRUE A
JO., Augusta, Maine. marlidAwly