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The undersigned has recently been np
polntod Agent aud will Issue policies di
rect for tho well known
INSURANCE COMPANY of New Yolk
This Company has a
Paid-up Capital of. $1,000,000
Assets nearly $2,500,000
In addition to the above, I also still
represent the following sterling compa-
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE,
Liverpool & London & Globe,
aiTNA, of Hartford,
Union, of San Francisco.'
Policies will be Issued at reasonable
rates. Losses will be promptly adjusted
and Immediately paid.
WM. J. BRODBICK,
mylBtf « COMMERCIAL ST.
Oil & Transportation
Forwarders of and dealers In
AND ITS PRODUCTS.
STANDARD WHITE, 110 dee. Ore test.
PRIME WHITE, 120 to 175 tost.
WATER WHITE, 120 to 130 test.
MINERAL, SEAL and SPERM OIL, 300
GASOLINE, 71 to 80.
-California Star Oil
And all grades of LUBRICATING OILS.
Corner of FIFTH and BKKRY
Streets, San Fraucisco.
Los Armeies Warehouse.
No. 70 SPRING STREET.
W. H. RAMSEY,
Agent for tho sale of the above oils.
m v lot!
CIGAR S !
PKOraiBTOK or the
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BK FOUND AT
IXO. f> fPRING ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO into cigars ol approved
brands. He al-o deals In all lines ol
Smokers' Give him n c»n
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
Tbe CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAOER BEER Soutu of
Order* for DRAUGHT or rOTTLED
thv&R promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
defies competition In the State. mrfr-tf
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORK not equaled in South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
Dr. Si.'i.iiiai in
ESSENCE OF LIFE
\A A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
I remedy lor tbe cure of nervous and
physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminal
weakness and premature decline.
The Essence of Life
Is tbe only safe and sure remedy and will
restore exhausted vitality wlthouL lull,
permanently and effectually, no matter
from what cause or of how lone standing
The Essence of Life •
Is pleasant to take, and ts freo from all
noxious drugs; It given tone to the digee-
Uv# organs, strength to the nerves, and
purifies and enriches the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions of the
Price, $# per bottle, or four times the
quantity In case. $10, with mil directions
for use. sent to any address, secure from
observation, upon receipt of price, which
may be sent by express, registered letter,
or Postosuce money order, or C. O. U.
within ios) miles of San Francisco.
Reference* of the highest standing and
unquestionable veracity from persona
tbat have been cured. To be had only at
DR. Si EiNHAHT'K, 426 KEARNY ST.,
Han Franclaeo, Cal.. where all letters
should be addressed.
Office hours from tf a. m. to 4 r. v. and tf
to i p. it. marU-ap-irr
Lots for Sale! 1
West Los Angeles
Offers tho best opportunity f.ir delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale lo the public
THE WHOLE TRACT lis LEV EL,
Ouly suiUciciuy taoiltwd :or twoii drainage
TUX MOIL W KXCKLLKN'I
And ol such character that it never caaes
and is neither muddy In Winter nordust}
IT HAS A DITCH Of WATER RUN
NING THUOUOH IT.
I'HE MAIN STREET AND AURICUL
TUR.VL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed aud i mining through the en
tire land and! now operated successfully
through Turk A.veuve, 100 feet wide, o en
Ins into tho Agricultural Grouuds.
A DEPOT Of THE I .OS ANUELEH AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED OV THE fiROUND*.
This is really Ihe West End oi our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of HIEBH,
PURE BREEZES FROM TIIE OCEAN,
uncontumluuted by ga« or sewer eUluvia.
A glance at the eleaaut mansions uud
fashionable residences now e.ectod und
In course ol erection must satisfy any per
son deal ring ■ home that this is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE BABY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
Al the ofllce or ibe Farmers' 4 H
Also, at the offlee of Ihe Main Stre
i and Agricultural I'ark Railroad.
O. W.CIIILDS and JOHN G. DOWNEY
will give special attention to those seek
ing Information- seDtlOll
"El Molino Farm."
i For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove into Loi Angles, I
f will lease
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-buildings
i horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
are4o,ooJ grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnat trees, 600 lemon
aud lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, flg. apricot,
plum, peuch, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable laud, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot. coll and
shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARD
KOOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm i* roont eligibly sltuat.'d Iv
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Cabriol Mission Valley
About eight miles e-ist of Los Angeles
city, and near the Railroad station ol
Sau Gabriel Mlsslou. if not leased,
I WILL SELL THE JSKTIRE
On advantageous terms, 10-wit: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and fouryears.at 10 percent, luterestper
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Btrtlftl Building, Spring «L
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy, offltf
THE GRAND OPtNING
No. I 16 Main St.,
Exhibited to the people of Los Angoles
tlie greatest and tluesL assortment of
LB 1 TJILTIT TTIRIE
Of his own manufacture, and the
ever availed of by them. An extensive
, experience In t ranee and San Francisco
has enabled Mr. Lenoir to Invite the pub
lic to an Inspection of his elegant stock.
•W'fold on monthly Installments, -wm
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERY
WORK a specialty. myU
OO TQ THE
No. 57 SPRINaS'i., Near First,
Where tho FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
In the city is to be found. WBDDINO
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
m2l-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.
(FAOOLD PI.ATKII WATCHES.
nSMinii i. th. Iwm .oris. B+mLu Wtirb Vrtm
A&irnt, A. Cwli.. t «... CtU<af»
Aro not a Iverlbed as "cure-alls," but aft
-iM .'.ii.s io tin diseases for which they «
NATURAL SELECTION.—In vest igat
ors of natural science huve demonstrated
beyond controversy that throughout tbe ]
animal kingdom the "survival of the rJt
tesi" Is the only law that vouchsafes
thrift and perpetuity. Doea not tbe same
priuclpln goveru the commercial pros
perity of man? An interior cannot su
persede a superior article. By reason of
superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard
Medicines havo outrival led nil others.
Their sale lv the United States alone ex
ceeds one mil Hon dollars per annum
while the amount exported foots up to
several hundred thousuud more. No
business con Id grow to such gigantic pro
portions and re.-i upon any other basis
lhau that of merit.
Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Is Pleasant to Use.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its cities exienl over a period of 20 years.
Or. Sage s Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constant iy increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by its mild, soothlLg cfieot.
Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures "Cold lv Head" and Catarrh,ol
AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS
UockpoßT, Mass., April 2,1877.
Mk. Editok:— Having read in your pa
per icpotts of the remarkable cures ol ca
tarrh, 1 am induced to toll " what I know
about catarrh," and I fancy the "snuff"
and "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol
lar grabbers) would be glad if they could
eniblnzou a similar cure In the papers,
. Fur 20 years I suffered with catarrh. The
nasal passages became completely closed.
' "Snuff," "dust," "ashes," "iuhaling
tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work,
though at Intervals I would sniff up the
so-called catarrh snuff, until I became »
valuable tester for such medicines. 1
gradually grew worse, aud no oue can
\ Know how much 1 suffered or what a
miserable being I was. My head ached
over my eyes until 1 was confined to my
bed for many successive days, suffering
the most intense pain, which at one time
lasted coutiuuously for 108 hours. All
sense ol smell und taste gone, sight and
- bearing Impaired, body snrunkeu
und weakened nervous system shat
' tared and constitution brokeu, and 1 was
» buwkiug and spitting seven-eighths ofthe
time. 1 prayed lor Ueath to relieve me oi
'. m v suflerlng. A favorable notice in your
1 paper ot Dr. Suge's Catarrh Remedy In
-1 iluced me to purchuse v package and use
. it with Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres
sure, tlie only way compatible with com
mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not
cure me in three-iourths of a second, nor
' inouehour or mouth, but in less than
eight miuutes I was relieved, and iv
three mouths entirely cured, and have
remained so over sixteen months. While
using the Catarrh remedy, I used Dr.
Pierces Uoldeu Medical Discovery to pu
rify niy blood und strengthen my stom
ach. I also kept my liver active and
bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant
Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
Induce other sufferers to seek the same
means of relief, this letter will have an
swered its purpose.
Yours .ruly, S. D. REMICK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.-The fol
lowing named parties are among the
thousands who have been cured of ca
tarrh by the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy; A F Downs, New Geneva, Pa;
; . J Ur.., fit TnsftDll, M«t '•' C Lewis,
f Rutland, Vt; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake,
' Ohio; ChasNororop.N'th Chesterfield,Me;
- Milton Jones, Scriba, NY; J X Miller,
Uridger Station, Wy*>; J C Merrlman, Lo
gunsport, lnd; M M Post, Logausport,
- Ind;JW Bailey.Tremout, Pa;H B Ayres,
La Porte, lnd; Jessie M sears, r t Branch,
lnd; I. Williams, Canton, Missouri; W A
Thayer, Onarga, 111; S B Nichols, Jr, Gal
veston, Texas; Jonas F Reinert, Stones
vllle, Pa; S W Lusk, McFarland, Wis;
Johnson Williams, Helinick, Ohio; Mrs
s M A Curry, Trenton, Term: J G Joslln
' Rsene, NH; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W,
Va; Louis Anders, Guysport, Ohio; 0 H
Chase, Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry Haight,
San Fraucisco, Cal; Mrs E if Galhiaba,
Lawrencevillo, N V; W J Graham, Adel,
Iowa; A O Smith, Newnan, Ga; Chas E
Rice, Baltimore, Md: Jesse M Sears, Car
. lisle, lnd; Dan'l B Miller,Ft Wayne,lud;
I Mrs Minnie Arnaise, 290 Delancy St, New
York; U W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F
Marston, Lowell, Mass; i W Roberts,
Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Delaney, Harrls
burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell. Mass: Mrs U
J Spurtin, Camden, Ala; Charles F Kaw,
Fredcrlcktown, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt
ington, Farmtngton.lll; CaptE S Spauld*
lug, Camp Stambuugh, Wyo; I W Tracy,
Steamboat Rock. Iowa; Mrs Lydla Wuite,
Shußhan.N V; J M Peck, Junction City,
Mont; Henry Ebe. Bantas, Cal; L BCum
mings, Rantoul, 111; SK Jones, Charles
ton Four Corners, N V; GeoF Hall, Pueb
lo, Cal; Wm E Bartrle, Sterling, Pa; H
E Ebon. Wo Perm St, Pittsburg, Pa; J R
i Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry
I Zobrist, (jieneva, N V; Miss Battle P&r
-1 rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L ledbrook,
: Chatham, ill; S B McCoy, Nashport,
. Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson,
. Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darieu, Wis;
' John Zeigler, Carlisle Springs, Pa.; James
Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch Ducr,
Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xeula,
„ Ohio; 8 B Nichols, Galv«ston, Texas; H
L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John Davis,
Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For
est Grove, OgD.
' Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a ChoUiuogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By rcasou of its alterative properties,
cures Diseases of the Blood aud skin,
Sciofulu,or King's Evil; Tumors: Ulcers,
' or Did Sores; Blotches, Pimples and
Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral
properties it cures Bronchial, Throat and
Lungafleetious; incipient Consumption;
Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngi
tis. Its Cholugogue properties, render it
au unequal remedy for Biliousness; Tor
pid Liver, or "LlverCompluiui;" and its
Tonic properties make it equally effica
cious In curing indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite and Dyspepsia.
Where the skin la sallow and covered
with blotches and pimples, or where
there are scrolulous, swellings and affec
tions, a few bottles of Golden Medical
Discovery will effect an entile cure. If
you feol drowsy, debilitated, have sallow
i color of skin or yeilowfsh-brown spots on
fuce or body, lrequeut headache or dizzi
ness, bad taste iv mouth, Internal heat
i or chills alternated with hoi flushes, low
' spirit! and gloomy forebodings, Irregular
appetite and tongue coated, you are suf
fering from Torpid Liver or Biliousness.
In many cases of Liver Complaint, only
part of these symptoms are experienced.
As a remedy for all such cuses, Dr.Pierce's
1 Golden Medical Discovery has no equal,
' as It effects perfect cures.leaving the liver
strengthened and healthy.
THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT
DR. R. V. PIERCE Is the sole proprie
tor and manufacturer of the foregoing
remedies,all of which are sold by drug
gists. He Is ulso the author of the Peo
ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a
work of nearly 10CO pages, with 282 wood
engravings t>nd colored plates. He has
already fold of this popular work
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE, (post-paid) : : : $1 60
Addro-s: R.V. PIERCE, M. D.,
World's Dispensary, Ruffulo, N.Y.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS !
IN COLD COIN,
TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES AT
TIIE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS
Under eighteen years of age, who make
The Best Biscuit
Bowen's Yeast Powder.
State Fair at Sacramento. Cal 150
State Fair at Keuo, Nevada 50
State Fair at Salem, Oregon 60
Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair,
Northern District Agricultural Society
Fair, Marysville •• •■• 60
Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu
ral Society Fair, Petaluma 60
San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So
ciety Fair, Stockton 60
Los Angeles Agricultural Society * air,
Los Angeles - 60
Santa Clara Valley Agricultural soci
ety Fair, San Jose 60
Mechanic*' Fair, San Francisco 50
NO. 41 SPRING ST.
A full assortment ol flrsl.class Family
Urocerles, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, liacon, Hams, Lard, etc., kept on
hand AT REASON ABLE PKICES. fc2otf
Can be found in -—
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
S, W BUTHERLAIM!
Successor to H. Slottcrbeek A Co.
GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLE!
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLER
Sporting Goods of All Kind;
T075 MAIN aXR-EE'
DOWNEY BLOCK. "I
Notice of Removal.
Monday or Tuesday Wei.
I WILL ItKAIOVE MY
HOOT AND SHOE STORE
From 101 Main street,
To No. 28 Central Block,
I shall ueglad to welcome my custom
era at my ue,v quarters.
a. s. Mcdonald.
fell tf .
Culled for and delivered to any part
of the city, by
Iteod & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at the book store ol
Mr. Sam Hellman. Spring St. nlftr
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by tho day, week or
month at reasonable rales. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notloe and upou as reas.
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
Ja24tf WILSON A YOUNO, prop's.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts.
M-lIOARU BY THE DAY, WEEK Olt
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. olflU
Buruell & Rebbeck,
Landscape Cardeners and
J«tf No. 186 SPRING ST.
lam now ready to receive an ; male on
pasture, in my enclosed lauds, in the
western part of the city.
All animals atowners' risk.
Apply at my office. I*. BEAUDHY.
81 New High streot, opposite Pico House
TO PROVIDE FOR A CONVENTION (
TO FRAME A NEW CONSTITUTION I
FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 1
f Approved March 39, 1878 ]
The People of the Stair, oj Califor
nia, represented in tScnate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. An election shall be held
on the third Wednesday in June, eight
een hundred and sevmty-cight of dele
gates to meet in Convention to revise the
Constitution of this State and lo irame a
new Coustitatiou. No oilier question
shall be submitted to the people or voted
on at such election, any statute or law to
the contrary notwithstanding. All other
electionscalled for the same time shall
be held at the next general or special
Stc. 2. The number of (delegates to be
chosen lo such Convent lon shall be one
hundred and fltty-two, to be apportioned
as follows: The counties of sun Diego
and San Bernardino shall jointly elect
one delegate: Hie OOUnty of San Diego
shall elect one delegate; tho county of
Sau Bemurdiuo shall elect ouo delegate;
the couuty of Los Angeles shall elect
three delegates] the Bounties Of Ventura,
Sauta Barbara uud San Luis Obispo shull
electone delegate; the counties of Tu
lare, Kern and Fresno shall elect oue
delegate each, and tho counties of Mono
and Inyo shall elect one delegate; the
counties of Maripos:i. Merced and Stan
islaus shall jointly elect one delegate;
the counties of Mariposa and Merced
shall Jointly elect one delegate; the
county of Stanislaus shall elect one del
egate; the counties of Santa Cruz, Mon
terey and San Beulto shall Jointly elect
oue delegate; the county of Saula Cruz
shull elect ouo delegate; the county of
Monterey shall elect oue delegate; tlie
county of San Benito shall elect ono 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 largo, jointly witii the
county of San Mateo, shall elect one del
egate; the county of San Mateo shall
elect one delegate; the couuty of Alame
da shall elect five delegates: the coun
ties of Contra Costa and Marin shall
jotutly elect one delegate; the county of
Contra Costa shall elect one delegate;
the county of Marin shall elect one dele
gate; the counties of San Jouquiu aud
Amador shull Jolutly elect one delegate;
the county of San Joaquin shall elect
four delegates; the county of Amador
shall elect two delegates; tue counties of
elect oue dc
C l later, v. m boards -j. su j ■ lisjors <. v -
I not. otherwise ot tin 1 luffii Lent nunabt ■
61 copies ofthii regtsterforthe purpoM,
It must k* ii opies filed lnfheoffli
ol th-* .111 • k, in pursuance of see
tiohona I bous two hundred and six
ty-eight. Of lb Political Code. If the
copy of the reg. sr which shall be fur
nished to any pi cmct snail have been
used at any prey J* us election, the char
acter "X" may be used Instead of the
word "voted," as 1 quired by section one
thousand two hundred and twenty-eight
1 of the Political Code. It shall not ho the
duty of the Boards of Eleclion to post
copies of the tireat Register, as required
by section oue thousand one hundred
and forty-nine of the Political Code, The
voter, when he oirers bis bai lot at a poll
. ing place, shall not be required fo an
nounce his number on the Great Regis
ter, as provided for in section oue tin.us
and two hundred and twenty-five of the
Third—The officers ofthe Several coun
ties of this Stato, whose duty it is under
the law to receive and canvass Ihe re
turns from the several preciuctsof their
respective counties, us well as tlie city
and county ot Sun Francisco, shall meet
attheusuul place of meeting for such
purpose on the second Monday after said
election. If, at the time of meeting, the
returns from each precinct iv tho county
In which polls were opened have been re
ceived, the Board must then and (here
proceed to canvass the returns; but If all
returns have not been received, the can
-1 vass must be postponed from day to day
uu til all ofthe returns are iccelved or until
' six postponements have been had, when
they shall proceed to make out returns of |
the votes cast for delegati | to be mem
bers ofthe Convention; and tlie proceed
ings of the officers whose duty It Is lo
make out said returns shall be tlie same
as those pre*crlbed for like officers iv ihe
ease of an election for Governor, except
that the returns shall be transmitted to
the Secretary of State. The persons re
ceiving lho highest number of votes at 1
such election shall be elected, except in
the case or persons v;ited for as delegates
at largo. Ofthe persons ho voted for ns
delegates at Urge, the light persons, resi
dents of any one Congressional Dictrict,
who shall have received a plurality of ,
votes over ail other persons, severally,
who resida In tbo same Congressional
District, shall be declared elected such
delegates ut large.
Fourth—The Secretary of State shal!
an soon as the returns of said election 1
shall bo received by him, or within
twenty days after said election, In the
presence of tho Governor and Controller
of S-ale, open and compute all of the re- ]
turns received of voles given Tor mem
bers of tbeConvention, and the Governor
shall forthwith Issue his proclamation,
declaring the names of the persons who
have been chosen members of said Con
Sec.s. The delegates to chosen shall 1
meet In Convention In the Assembly (
Chamber nt ihe Capitol, In tho city of t
Sacrumento, on the twenty-eiyhth of *
Sep:ember, eighteen hundred and seven- I
ty-elght, ut twelve o'clock M. They 1
shall, by a viva voce vote, and tho vote 1
shall be entered on tho Journal, elect <
one of their number President, and such 1
Secretaries and other officers us they
may deem uecessary. A'ter the said 1
Convention has met and organized, U 1
shall have power to adjourn to nnd hold 1
Its meetings at any place ln»-aldelty of t
Sacramento other than the said Assem- t
bly Chamber, and all committee rooms J
of theStute Capitol building shall bo un- a
dor the control of said Convention. 1
The President of t he Convention may ap
point not exceeding one Doorkeeper and
tour Pages. TbeConvention may select
Phonographic Iteporters, and fix the I
amount of their compensation; also, a
Hergeant-at-Armsand one assistant. The \
delegates to the Convention shall receive I
the same per d.em and mileage as mem- I
bersof the legislature; provided, nocom- |
pensatlon ihall he allowed delegates af-
tho expiration of ono hundred days,
pay shull bo allowed for any recess
get' than three duy aat one time. The
Secretary Bhall receive eight dollars per
day,and his assistants each six dollars
per day, and lho Doorkeeper*, Fag OS,
Sergeunt-at-Arms and Assistants shall
receive the same coin pen Halloo oa pro
vided by law for slmilur services and ut
teuilanee upon i lie Assembly. The
amount of pay shall lid err titled by the
President of the Convention, and shall
be paid by the Tr. usurer of State, on the
warrant of the Controller, in ihe same
manner us members of the Legislature
aro paid. It shall be t lie duty of the Gov
ernor to attend said Convention ut the
opei.im; thereof, and to administer the
const Itutioual oat hot othce to the dele
gates, and to preside at nil meetings
thereof until a President has been elected
aud taken his seat, but lite Governor
shall have neliner tlie easting vole nor
uny other vote therein* The Sceiotary ol
Stute •halt also a'tend ut the
opening of Ihe Convention and
cull the roil of uelesates.
All public ofllceis, Hoards nnd Commit
sious shall fut nish such Convention with
all such Informal ion, papers, statement ,
books or other public document-' lv their
poscesslon as 1 lie said Convenilon shall
order or require for Its use from time to
time while In session. It shall be the
duty of tho Secretary of State to lurnlsh
the members of taid Couvoution with
stationery to the amount provided by
law for the Legislature while In session,
and loathe Convention such stationery,
manual,tile boards nnd other like things
ns are luriiished to the two Houses of tho
Legislature. Said Convention may udopt
such rules and regulations for Its own
government as a majority of its members
may determine* and said Convention
shall be the Judge of tho election and
qualification ol Its own members.
Sec. ft, A Journal Oi the proceedings of
tho said Convention shall be kept, and
shall, at the Anal adjournment thereof,
ho tiled in theoftice of tho Secretary ot
State, and tho Constilution agreed to hy
the Convention shall be recorded in bis
otllce. A majority of the Convention
shall constitute a quorum to do business.
Tlio doors of lho Convention shall bo
kept ,pen, except when the public wel
fare shall require seeresy, Every dele
gate to tbe Convention shall have tbe
like privileges from err est uud from civil
process as members of the Legislature
now have by law. For any speech or de
bate lv tbe Convention, tbe delegates
shall not be questioned In any other
place. The Convention shall have the
power to expel any of Its mombors.and
to punish its members and officers for
disorderly behavior, by imprisonment or
otherwise: but no member shall bo ex
pelled until the report of a committee
lappointedI appointed to inquire into the facts 11II04*
ed as the ground of his expulsion shall
have been made. Tho Convention shall
have the power to punish as a contempt
and by imprisonment or otherwise, a
breach of his privileges, or of the privil
eges ol Us members, but such power Shall
not bo exorcised except, against persons
Lfullty of 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
thelramediaie view and presence of the
Convention, and direclly tending to in
terrupt Its proceedings.
Third—That of publishing any f.il&e nnd
mallelOQS report of the proceedings of the
I Convention, or of tiio conduct o:' a nient
-1 ber In his delegated capacity.
Fourth—That of refusing to attend or be
examined, as a witness, either before the
Convention or a committee to take testi
mony iv the proceeding of the Conven
Fifth—That of giving or offering a bribe
to a member, or of at tempting by menace
or any other corrupt means or device, di
rectly or Indirectly, to control or influ
ence a member In giving Ids vote, or to
prevent him Irom giving the same.
1 In all cases fh whijh the Convention
diall punish any of its members, or offi
cers, or any other person, by imprison
ment, such Imprisonment shall not ex
tend beyond the session ofthe Conven
tion. Every person appointed to the of
fice ot Secretary of the Convention shall,
before he enters on the duties of his office,
execute a bond to the people ot the Slate
with such security as tho Controller shall
approve, In the penal sum of five thous
and dollars, conditioned that be shall
faithfully perform the duties of his office
and account for all moneys which may
come into his hands by Virtue thereof,
Skc. 7. The constitution framed by
such Conventlod shall be submitted by
the Convention to (lie peonle for their
adoption or rejection at a Special election
to be held on the lirst Wednesday of May,
eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and
every person hereby entitled to vote lor
delegates may vote nt. that election, on
such adoption or rejection. In the election
district in which he shall then reside,
and not elsewhere. The said Constitu
tion shull be voted on us a wholo. No
other question than tho adoption or re
jection of the proposed Constitution
shal I be submitted to the people or voted
on nt such election, any statute or law
to tbo contrary notwithstanding, Tiie
Convention shall proscribe the publica
tion of said Constitution, and the notice
to be given ofthe election. The ballots or
tickets shall have printed or written up
on them ihe words " For tbe New Consti
tution," or "Against ttio New Constitu
tion," and all the provisions of law now
or at that timo existing lv regard to gen
eral elections shall be applicable to such
I election, except that Ihe provisions of ihe
lii r 1 and second subdivisions of section
four 0/this net shall also apply to said
election. The canvassing and returns of
the voles cast upon such question Shall,
in such manner as the Convention Shall
direct, becertifled to the Executive of the
State, who shall call to his assistance
i he Controller, Treasurer and secretary
of State, and co upare the votes as certi
fied to him. If, by such an examination,
it Is ascertained that a majority ofthe
whole number of voles east at such elfiw
' tlon be in favor of such new Constitu
tion, the Executive of this Slate shall,
Iby ills proclamation, declare such new
< Constitution to he tho Constitution of
j the Stato of California, ami that It will
1 take effect at such time us tlie said
Convention may have in its direc
tion, by resolution, or in said Constitu
tion Itself, fixed. If said Convention fix
no time for said Constitution to tako ef
fect, then It shall takeeffect Immediately
upon such proclamation being made.
Suj. 8. All willful and corrupt false
swearing In taking any of the oaths pre
scribed by tills act, or by the laws of this
state made applicable to this act, or In
uny other mode or form in carrying Into
(fleet this act, shall he deemed perjury,
nnd shall be punished in tiie manner
now prescribed by law for willful and
9 80. It. It shall be tho duly of tho Sec
retary of S ale to cause this act to be
published once a month after its passage,
until the eleution of delegates herein
provided, lv not more than five of the
public newspapers published in tins
Stato—one of said publications to bo in
*ome newspaper published in the city
and county of Francisco, nnd one in the
cily of Sacramento, aud ono In the coun
ty Of LOS Angeles, and one In the county
of Nevada, aud one In the county of Tu
lare; and Ihe expense of publishing the
same, and all other legal expenses in
curred in printing for the Convention,
shall be audited by the Controller and
paid by the State Treasurer, according to
Sec. 10. All Iho printing necessary for
the said Convention, under the provis
ions Of this net, shall bo done nud per
formed at the State Printing office.
Skc. 11. lii case any vacancy occurs, by
reason of the death, resignation, or olher
wLe.of any delegate elected to said Con
vention,the samo shall be filled by I lie
Skc. 12. Tho sum < f ono hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, or so much there
of as may be necessary, is hereby appro
priated out of any money in tho Mate
Treasury, to pay the expenses ofthe con
vention provided for in Ibis act.
Sure. IS, This act shall take effect hn
med Intel r
Notice of Assessment.
CALIFOUNIA STA H OIL WORKS
Location of Principal Place of Business.
San FranciMio, California—Location oi
Works, Andrews' Station, Los Angeles,
Co.; Hun Buenaventura, Ventura Co,
Notico Is hereby given Mi it at a
meeting of the Hoard of Directors in Id
on Ihe 10th day of May, 1878, an as
sessment (No. of 82 50 per
Iha re was levied v pon flirt cap*
Ital stock of the corporal on, payable Im
mediately, In U. B. gold coin, to tho Sec
retary, at the office ot the Company, 315
California street, San Francisco, Califor
Any stock upon which this assess
ment shall remain unpaid on the 18lh
day of June, 187H, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction; and unless payment is made be
foro will be sold on Friday, the sth day of
July, 1878, to nay tbe delinquent as
sessment,together with coats of advertis
ing nnd expenses ofsale.
By orderof the Board of Dlreclois.
J. s. TAYLOR, Si crotary.
Office—3lS California Ht., ban Francisco,
f\f\VTf r '*"' Morphine habit obw-liitrly and
11*1 I 1 Hi p i""' L: '' uml.rn.nlcM 1 rmpuliHcliy.
11l HI I IYI r;i*iiilH:Mr>pliirii:ir!iculiirs.JJr. ( url-
Lfdfa SBUli!*io>-i-J WM(ilu B t^fot.,c&ii^JA
Alexander Weill, Plaintifl'.vs. Louis Hal
be rstadl eta!, Defendants—Seventeenth
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OK
a decree of foreclosure and
order of sale entered In the
District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial Disuiet of the slate
of Calilwrnla, in aud for Los Angeles
county on tlio *3d day ol May, A. D.
1878, ami by vlrtuo of a will
on foreclosure of niortgiuju entered in
the aforesaid District Court annexed to
said decree and dated Ihe 2lth day of
May, A. 1). 1878, In the above entitled
case and In favor of Alexander Weill,
plaintiff, aud against L. Hulberstudt, Oft
rola A. M. ilulbersLidt and E. Schubert,
assignee of L. Halbersladt, de
fendants, a certified copy of which
suld decree of foreclosure, duly
atU'.sled under the seal of said court ou
the 21th day of May, A. 1). 1878, and
delivered to me, together with tho writ
annexed thereto, ou the ilStb day of
May, A. D. 1878, whereby 1 am com
manded to sell at public auction, to the
* highest and best bidder, ,foi cash In U. S.
1 gold coin, the following uud lv said de
cree described real esluu, to wli;
All those certain lotß, pieces or parcels
ol laud, situato In tho towu of Anaheim,
» county of Los Angeles, State of Cul
i ifornla, and being each ll rods toug and
8)i rod! wide, nnd known and marked
upon Ihe map of Anaheim, recorded In
the Recorder's office of said county In
Book 4 of Deeds, pages 520 and 630, us
i town toil numbers flity one (ol) and fltty
i live (55); also, ail those certain lots, pieces
or parcel! of land, situate in the county
and Ht'ite aforesaid, and forming part of
f the Raucho Santiago de Santa Ana, and
i known and described as follows, to wit:
i Lots number nine (0) and ten (lv) in block
i C of the Chapman Iract, uccording to the
' map and survey of said tract made by
i Frank Leeouvreur 1 n December, 1870.
Also, apiece ol land adjoining said lot
. nlnenud to the east thereof, descrloed as
■ follows, to wit: Commencing at the
northeastern corner of said lot number
■ nine (0); (hence east two and Sll-100
I chains; thence south twenty (20) chains
' thence west, two und S-IUU chums to the
I southeast corner of said lot nine (9);
thence northetly along tho cast litis of
i said lot nine to the point of beginning;
" M.ild lots D and 10 and the piece of laud
1 lust desciibed coutainingctghty acre*.
Public notion is hereby given t hat on
. TUESDAY, THE 18tU DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At 1J o'clock M.i I will proceed to sell
at the Court Houso door, lv the city and
I counly of Los AL'geles, State of Callfor
. niu, at public auction, to the highestaud
? best bidder, for cash lv U. S.
gold coin to satlsty said decree ror prln-
I elpal, Interest, attorney's lees, costs and
, and all accruing costs, all the above de
. scr.bed real estate.
Oiven under my hand, at Angeles,
. this 35th day of May, A. D. IS7B.
li. M. MITCHELL,
f my'2ti tJ Sheriff.
. sh3riff's 5a19.
S.-senteenlh District Court—Alexander
I Weill, Plaintiff, vs. Dilo ittOl Whllj ot
Under und by virtue of a decree ol
? foreclosure mud-j aud eutered in
3 t lie District Court of the Seventeenth Ju
" tliciu! District of the state of California,
* in and lor tho county of Los Angeles, In
tiie above entilled case and in
3 favor of Alexander Weill, plaintiff, und
3 against Michael white and Maria Uoaa
* nude White, his wife. B. Cohu, Joseph
' Heslspund 11. W. llellman, J. Unas and
3 A. Huns, patduers composing the firm ot
■HolliikuvHuii.s A Co.,defendants, on the
1 83d day of May. I*7B, and under aud by
- virtue of a writ reciting said decree issu
" ed out of said Court on the thirtieth
* day of May, 1878, aud duly attested under
- the seal ofcaid Cjurt, lam commanded
" to sell al public auction to tlie highest
. aud best bidder, for cash in U. S. gold
■ coin, the following and in said decree
a described real estate, lo wit:
1 All that certain tractor parcel of land
* situate iv ihe Township of San Gabriel,
1 county or Los Angeles, State of Culifor
-9 niu, described as follows, to wit:
f Lot forty-four (44) In township one (It
north ram;e twelve (|gl westsau Bernar
* dlno meridian, being the same tract of
r land for which v patent issued by
v tbe Oovernnient or tho United Slates to
1 sai.t Michael White August Hist, 1871;
* said patent being ret: >rded iv Book oue
1 (1), page 813, et aeq. ol Patent itecords oi
1 Los Angeles county, to which reterence
1 is made lor more full aud particular de
-1 scrtptlon: aavlnganci excepting, howev
f » er, those two certain parcels of said tract
- of land, one conveyed by the said Ml
-3 chael White and Maria Kosaria de
■ While, his wife. August '21, 187U, to Kran
[ clsca Eslap by deed recorded in Book 15,
1 page 310, of Deeds, records of said county.
r and the other conveyed by said Michael
' White and Marin Kosaria do White, his
- wife, October 15th, 1871, to Joseph Ueslap,
B by deed recorded in hook HI of Deeds,
r pat;e 560, reeorcti of said county.
rubilo notice Is hereby given that on
" SATURDAY, THE 22d DAY OK
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
\ At 12 o'clock M.i I will proceed to
j sell, at tne Court House door, in the city
1 and county of Los Angeles, State of Call
-1 rornia, at public auction, to the highest
» and beat bidder, for cash iv U. S. gold
L coin, to satisfy said decreo for principal,
- Interest,OOSta, attorneys' fees, aud nil ac
cruing costs, all the above described real
Oiveu under my hand, at Lot Angoles,
- thUt&i&il day of May. A. D. 1878.
11. M. MU CH ELL,
; nu :ilid sheriff.
r Sheriff*! Sale.
1 Rinaldl A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. J. a. Camp
bell, Defendant.— seventeenth Die
' trict Com t.
Under aud by virtue of an execution,
issued out of the District Court of the
i Sevcnloeuth Judicial District of the
. Btateof California, in and for thecounty
i of Los Angeles, to me directed and de
livered on the 20th day of May, A.
, D. 1878, for a judgment rendered lv said
Court on tho 2liih day of Juno,
. A. 1). 1871, In favor of Kinaldi & Co.,
plaintiffs, nnd against J. g. Oamobell,
deleiidant, 1 have levied upon aud shall
WEDNESDAY, tlie 19th DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At ID o'clock m., proceed to stdi at
the Court House door, lv the city aud
county of Los Angoles, Stato of Cali
fornia, ut public auction, to the
blghestand best bidder, lor cash In Unit
ed states gold coin, to satisfy said Judg
ment tor principal, ccsts, IntoresL and all
accruing costs, alt tbo right, title
and interest of defendant J. O. Campbell
In and to tlio following described real
estate, to wli:
Block No. (il, Ord's survey ofthe city of
Los Angeles, In the city of Lis Angeles,
bounded by Ninth, Hill, Tenth and olive
streets, in said city.
(■iven under my baud at Lo* Angeles,
this,'.' Mill day of May. A. l>. 1878.
H. Al. MITCHELL.
In the Probato Court,
Of the County of Los Angeles.
State of California.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
In tiie malter of the estalo of Jacob
It appearing: to said Court by the peti
tion this duy presented and filed by A.
S. Uray, the Executor oi 1 he lust Will and
testament of Jacob Uray, deceased,
praying tor an order of sate of real
estate, that it Is nocossary to sell the
whole or some, portion of the real es- '
tuteol said deceased to pay the debts out
standing against tiie deceased and the
debts, expenses and charges of udmiuiii
It is therefore ordered by said Court
that all persons interested in tlie estate i
of said deceased appear leforelhe said i
Probate court ou ]
Fill DAY, THE 7TH DAY OF !
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At ten o'clock In the forenoon of (hat
day, al tbe Court Boom of Probate •
Court, at tlu Court House, In Los Angeles
City, couuty and State aforesaid, to show
cause why an order should not be grant
ed to the said Executor to sell so much
of the real estate of the said deceased
as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order be
published at least four successive weeks
In tho Los Angoles Daily Herald, a news- .
paper printed and published in said !
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
„ . . Probate Judge. !
Dated May Bth, 1878. may9-4w j
$55 to $77 '
VICKBUY, Augusta Maine. septawly
Jnmo. Stevens, TMainllfl', vs. 8. A. de
Curdonn. Enf.osinu do t.'ardona, M. H.
Mott,, J. M. Urtffitb, Kunene Meyor,
Constant Meyer, Isaac Noitou and
Adolpb culm, Dofondunis — seven
teontli District Court.
IINDEIt AND DV VIIiTCE OF A DECREE
v of foreclosure and order of sale entered
in the District Court of tlie Seventeenth
Judicial District of tho State of Califor
nia, iv and for Los Angeles County, on tho
2d day of May, A. D. 1878, in tho above en
titled cuso, and in favor of James Wtovons,
plaintiff, and against 8. A. do Cardona,
Enftosiua do Cardona, 8. 11. Mott, J, M.
Griffith, Eugene Mover, Constant Meyor,
Isa.io Norton and Adolpli Calm,
defendants, a certitlod cony of which
said decreo of foreclosure duly
attested under tho seal of said Court on tho
13th day ot May, A. D. 1878, and deliv
ered to mo, togotuor with the writ annexed
thereto, ou tho 30th day of May, A.
D. 1878, whereby I am commanded to sell,
at public auction, to tho highest and best
bidder, for cash in U. S. gold coin, the fol
lowing and iv said decreo described real
estate, to wit:
Those certain lota, pieces nnd parcels of
InnU situate, lying and being In the city
c 1 Los Angeies, county p( Los Angeles,
State of California, and more partlc -
larly describod as follows, to wit:
First—All that certain lot fronting ou
Iho eiislorly shlo of Main street, and
bounded ou the north by property or D.
Kivara and J. li. Sanguinelte; on the
west by Main street; on tho south by
properly of Louisa 11. stoll, wire of Hen
ry Stoll, und on the east by property of H.
A. do Cardonu and John Wllsm. said lot
being known as the Cardona lot aud bo
lng the same lot upon which theCardona
block Is treated; said lot having a frout
age of eighty-six feet and live inches anil
a depth ol oue hundred und sixty iect,
more or less.
Second-That certain lotof land front
ing on Los Angeles street and beginning
utupointon west boundary ot Los An
geles street, the same being the southeast
cornerof the lot of John Wilson; Tan
ning thence in a southerly direction
along suld western boundary of Los An
geles street about thirty I3U) varas. u< the
same moro or leas, to tho proporty of the
Fluhr's estate; thence at right angles
from Los Angeles streot in a westerly dl
reellou übout foity varus, bo the samo
more or less, to the eastern
bouudary of tlie proporty of
said Fluhr's estate; thence in v norlherly
direction parallel with Los Angelos
street tosouthern boundary of said Wil
son lot; theuco In an easterly direction
along line of said Wilson's lot to the place
l'ublic notico is hereby given that ou
MONDAY, THE 24th DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m, I will proceed to sell, at
the court house door, in tlie city and county
oi Los Angeles, sj.ita of California, at public
auction, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash In U. H. gold coin, to satisfy said
decree for principal, interest, attorneys'
fees, costs ana all accruing costs, all tbe
above described real estate.
Oiven under ;uy hand at Los Angoles, this
30th day ol Mar, A. D. 187 a.
H. M. MITCHELL,
A. il.Wilcox, plaintiff; V s. Laura a King
and A. J. King, defendants— seven
teenth Dlatrlert Court.
LTNDEK. AND BY VIRTUS OF A
J decree of foreclosure and or
der ol salo entered iv the
i District Court of the 17th Judicial
District of tlie stato of California. In and
lor Los Angeles county, on the 3utti day
ot March, A. D. 1678, uud a writ on fore
closure of mortgage entered in tha afore
said District Court, annexed to said de
cree and dated the ltith duy of May, A.
D. 1878, In tlie above entitled case, and iv
mvor of A. 11. Wilcox, plaintiff, und
against Laura C. King and A. J. King,
defendants, acertlllcu copy of which salil
decree of foreclosure duly attested uuder
, the seal of said court on tlio Itlth day
of May, A. D. 1878, anu delivered to mo
me on tho samo day, togeth
er wilh the writ annexed thereto,
whereby I am commanded to sell at publio
miction, to the highest and best biddct
for cash in U. S. gold coin, the following
and In said decree described real estate,
That certain lot or parcel oi land, slt
. nated in the city uod counly of Los
Angoles, State of California, and bounded
and deserioed us follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point in the so Uh
liueot Orange street, being tho north
west corueror Ihe l«t fronting two hun
dred feet ou said Orange street, which
t was sold by John O. Nichols to John
Jones by doed recorded iv Los Angeles
county records; running theuco along
j tho south lino of Orange street north (til
degrees 25 minutes west 228 4-10 loot;
' thoncoat right nugles south (W degrees
2o ininules wost 432 310 feet tolho l.orth
line ot the extension of Seventh street;
thence along said north line south So l A
degrees east 213 8-10 feet to southwest cor
ner of lotof J. Jouos; thence along the
west line of said Jones north 23 degrees 85
minutes east 33 15-IIM reet to the place of
Public notice Is hereby given (hit ou
SATURDAY, THE bin OA V OK
JUNK, A. D. IS7B,
At 12.80 o'clock Fill,, I will proceed lo sell,
at the Court House dooi, in theelly and
county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auetiou to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In U. S. gold coin, to
satisfy laid decree for principal, Inter
est, attorney's fees, costs and all accru
ing cosls, till tho abjve described real es
lllven under mv hnud, at Los Angeles,
this tilt) day ol May. A. D. 1873.
11. M. MITCHELL,
In tlio Probate Court
In uiitl for tlio County of Los A"»
gules, Ktuto of California,
IN' THE MATTER OF TOM EST AT 8
OF O. 11. WILSON, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given by the under
signed, execulnx of the last will
ami te-tament nf the said O.
13. Wilson, deceased, to the credllors
of and all persons having claims against
the said deceased to ex hi bit them, with tlie
neccssury vouchers, within four monlhs
fiom lho first publication ol this notico, to
the undetsignod, at the ofllce of O'Mel
veuy * Trantam, attorneys at law, Stre
litz Block, Rooms 7 and 8, spring street,
bos Angeles city, Oaf.
Los Angeles, May 28, 1878. lny2o Iw
Notice for Publication of Time
for Proving Will, etc.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1. In til* Pro-
C unty of Los Angeies. i bate Court,
111 the Malter of the Estate of
Charles Bumiller, deceased.
PUIiSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THIS
Court made this day, notice Is here,
by given that Monday, lho 10th day
of Juno, A. D. 1878. Nt 11) o'clock a. «. of
said anjr. Nt the Court room of this Court,
In tho cily and couuty of Los Ange
les,has been appointed for hearing the ap
plication of Jacob Bumiller. praying
that a document now on file iv this San.
purporting to be Iho last will and testa
meut of Charles llumlller, deceased,
no admitted to probato, and that
letters lestamentary be Issued there
on to Jacob Bumiller, at
which lime and plaoo all persons
Interested therein may appear and :on
test the snine.
Dated May 23, 1878.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. H. Owen, Deputy Clerk. my 24
Persons who dcslro to become conver
sant with photography will be Instructed
In the art by me upon an expeditious
method uud at moderate rates.
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT $100, S2OO AND
UP TO $1000.
Those are decided bargains, and lho
purchasers aro certain of large profits
np.Hf Wellenstetu's ArtUallery.
All persons having claims against tho
late firm of B. li. WILSON A CO. aro
horehy notified and requested to present
tbe same at once to the undersigned at
his residence at San Marino, Los Ange
les county; and nil persons indebted to
said tlrm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 171h,1878.
npltttt J. DE BARTH SHORB,
Per T. & it.