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The Italian Prophet's Death.
The Rome correspondent of the
ItMdOB Timet (rives tbe following
amount of the Oroaseto fanatic aud
th* circumstances of his death:
"Th* Leitarettl afTalr has turned
■anile attention, for a time, com
■lately away from European poli
te**. On the hills near Grosseto, a
little town off from the railway,
between Leghorn ami Civita Vec
afcla, a semi-tropical aud religious
aaat bad. established itself under
OawM tbe Saint •as Laizaretti was
failed), who declared himself to be
a, Christ come again. He had
aaWeen twelve apostles aud sur-
BMHraed himself with a large iium
kmtoS proeelytee who required the
Wrreader of all property for coni
aaoo benefit aud the labor of all
alike for the society, tlie latter tin
daftaklng to maintain them and
(heir families ahd educate their
Children. Their creed is an
azUnded paraphrase of the
BhMne Creed, with some altera
tion* In a Protestant sense. The
Dthef tenets are of asocial charac
tar. On the morning of the IS h
laat>the Prophet, al the head of be
tween 2,000 and 3,000 followers,
tftirtr? for the village of Arcidosso
Hia purpose ie not known, but it is
aald it was not peaceful. A hun
dred believers, dressed in white tu
ale* like ancient Jewish priests, led
|h* column. At their head walked
David the Saint, attired in a half
regal and half pontifical costume,
With a diadem on bis head and an
|fon*ttndded club in bin band. The
■roooaslnn saug a hymn with the
"LoDg live Q >d aud the
Vbrlstlan Republic ! Praise be to
Christ come a second time on
earth I" The mob was met half
way by a Delegate or Police, ac
companied by nine carbineers, who
Invited them to disperse. Upon
this David cried: "I am King,"
and ordered his followers to dis
arm tbe soldiers.
Ac be spoke a discharge of lire
arms was made upon the police,
and a shower of stones followed.
Again tbe delegate gave the requl
eite warning to disperse, which
was followed by the Prophet aim
ing a blow at bim with the club.
Then the polioe.flmling themselves
surrounded, opened tire. Among
the first to fall was the Prophei,
who was shot full in the forehead.
Hl* followers, seeing their leader
dowD, gave way. Four o, Ihe po
lice wees badly wouuded. Tile
Minister or the Interior has sent a
commission lo mako a full inquiry
Into the affair.
The Insane Operator.
Mr. A. B. Shearer, tlie telegraph
operator at Ventura, who attempt
td suicide on last Tuesday night,
bat been pronounced a nmuiae, anil
th* County Judge of Ventura has
osmmltted blm to the Nupa Asy
lam, as we were iuformetl hy tele
fraph tbe other day. The Ventura
Free Prut says:
"That be is perfectly crazy I here
1* no manner of doubt, though Dr.
Miller, bis physician, is in hopes
tbat tbe affliction Is wore hysteric
al than otherwise, and may pass
off after a few days of rest. There
seems little doubt that he plunged
off Ihe wharf, lint afterwards in
•tlnotively swain ashore. This
seems evident from the fact that his
tracks to tbe head of the wharf
were distinctly visible, hut no re
turning tracks could be seen. Ow
ing, perhaps, more than anything
elae, to his slackness in making
collections, Mr. Shearer was tem
porarily emliai tasseil, anil had
been sharply dunned, which, pei
- iaAps, Caused too B rest strain fot
blm to stand. Mr Haines, Divi
sion Superintendent of the West
crn Uuloti Telegraph Company, re
ports his affairs with that Compa
ny right to a dollar."
A Mean Man.
Jennie Jackson, an actress, left
In New Orleans without friendtinr
mouey, waa .mitten h,v yellow fe
ver. Her brother, John Jackson,
ao opulent resident of Melvln, 111.,
was telegra|ihnil to for aid. No re
ply came till utter another dispatch
had been sent announcing hei
daath, when he inquirtd what
would he the coat of iter funeral
A reply was sent to say $150,
whereupon he wrote lo tlie Mayot
asking whether this was a fall
charge, and whether lie ought to
•end oil the money. Hia sister, to
whom be refused thirty dollars she
Wished to borrow so as to leave the
city at the outbreak of the pesli
lance, was buried iv a pauper'?
FRENCH DRUG STORE I
Bu been removed from WIONORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
PKKNCII AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
ejsT'l're.crlptlons prepared with erea
Rnbottom Ranch for Sale.
Toll viluabl. property, containing
■IOUTV-xIX ACKKs, oof of the rnosi
etiflbie to InvntoM In Southern Califor
ala,l. lor sate. Good title and abund
MM of water. It Is in the heart of the
beautiful and productive Han Jose Val
•ay, thlrur miles froni I.o* Augeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO, FOR SALE.
A RAKE BMtll\lN Is presented. 11l
A«g>Ua. aa t a desire to give my wife t»
ateanufe of scene and air, are the motives
wMah indnw- me to sell.
Address, f .r terms.
■«tr W. W. RITROTTOM, Hpadra.
View of Marriage I
**^'*^** T * > ia#
Dairy Cows Wanted.
Will buy ten to fifteen head of good
dalryoows; also, tea lo Olteen hellers.
State price and leave nolo marked
"Cows." at Herald office. sl3-3t
A FURNISHED HOUSE of six io»af,
for one year, In aa eligible tucattor.
Must be completely furnished. Posses
sion October lit. Address box7ll. s3lf
WANTED—A nicely furnished hou>e
of about lour rooms, wllh v convenient
dlsiauce of the Court House. Address
T., Herald office. aißtf
A warrant on the City Treasurer, No
781, dale ul'Sepleuiber 6lh, ior S.'t , paya
ble to H. Kruiodick. Payment having
been stopped, all parties are notified no,
to negotiate the .iiuif.
slu-lw H. KRU M DICK.
FOR SALE—FOR RUNT.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One new two-sent SPUING WAGON
and one uew iOt' itUGUY, with bieuk.
Knquire at ..ankeishnuS new mill. ear
ner of Commercial una AUnml.i blreel*,
old depot. u27-lin
A NICE TOP-BUOUY FOR MALE
LOW.NEARLY NEW. Alto, homes lor
nlreorsale.at WakKLYvs NtvV STA
BLES, Sanchez street, KM "I I'CO
BUCKS FOR SALE.
I have at my ranch, fourteen miles
aortu of Los Angoles. ou toe Venluia
road, »O0 URID&D MERINO BUCKS
to. sale, wtiico I otic at low Agues.
azS-lm J. B, LANKKKSHIM.
By tbe Lake Vineyard Lund and Water
Association, tbe best Orange aud Mciol-
Tropica! Fruli Land 111 tuu -Hate. Watet
rtaut goes With tne land Apply to ihe
ouics of l». Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
ap;Btl K. W. WOOD, .secretary.
§1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN ANU BROKER
Kemoved to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance ou collaterals $1 lo 31001).
ou all kinds of personal property, sucn
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guvs, etc. Gold, sliver and U. S. Cur.ep
cy bouahl uud sold, nlltl
Watches and Jewelry.
Haviug purchased the stock aad fix
tures of tho well kuowu jewelry store ol
Mr. T. W. Slackpole, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment ol
goads, we ere are prepared to show the
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the finest aud best selected stocks to
be found in the State, which will be sold
at the lowest, liviug rates.
We shall c instantly be In reoelpt of nil
tbe latest novelties In watches, chains,
. Jeweiry, etc., to wblcli the attention ol
the public Is especial iy invited.
, in spectacles we have a large and vn-
I rled assortment, and are llic exclusive
sgeuts lit Southern California of the eel
, euraled Lazerus * Morris perfected spec
tacles, whlcii we claim are tbe hue-tin
* the world.
Mr. S'aekpole will remain In our em
* ploy, having exclusive control ol the
I wotk department, and, as heretofore), es
pecial attention will by given to the re
pairing of fine watches and jewelry.
We shall tie huppy lo see all our old
friends and the public at larue,
DUN-.MOO It BROS.
JyOtl S'/. Spring street.
HGU b E
Has facilities for doing JOB
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
c call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
Agricultural Implement Depo*
W ATKINS & SCOTT'S ALAMEDA
dan Jose, Cal.
Agent for Walter A. Wood's New Iron
Vli wer, Reaper and Self-Binder, Haines* Bin.
gle-Gear Header, Improved Sweepstake*
Thresher and Sulky Rakes; also, the Cele
brated Revolving Hulky Rake, and the Cham
•ion Revolving Rake, and the well known
Tiffin Revolving Rake; I .a Belle Farm Wagon r
md Spring Wagons of all description.
Th" attention of the farmers Is partlrolarrj
oailed to the
HEW REVOLVING SULKY &A&E.
it has met an enormous sale at the East aim
In and around Sacramento.
Also, all kinds of new and second-hand ma
chinery for sale. Farmers and others will
and it to he to their interest to call on mt
oefore baying, aa I am selling everything
-or.y low for cash.
Jela ORItIN TABER.
THE SUN. "
1878. NEW YORK. 1878
As the time approaches forlue renewal o
•mbscriptiona, the Sun wool I remind it
'rlends aud well-wishers everywhere, that it
la again a candidate for their consideration
wd support. Cpon it a record for the paa'
ten yeara it relte* for a continuance ot tb
uearty sympathy and generom cn-operatloi
which has hitherto been extended to it iron;
*very quarter of tbe Union.
Tbe iially Sun la a four page sheet of 38 col
amns, price by mall, post paid, 66 cents t
month, or 90.50 per year.
The Sunday edition of tbe Hun is an eight
page sheet of 66 columns. Wbile giving tbt
news of tbe day, It also contains a larg.
\i»ountof literary and miscellaneous mattei
mecially prepared for It. The buuday Sin
as mat with great success. Post paid Si.:*
Xlie Weekly Hun.
Who does not know tbe weakly Bun 7 It
circulates throughout tho United States, tin
Oanadas. and beyond. Ninety thousand .am
ines great Its welcome pages weekly, and
regard it in tbe light ot guide, councilor ana
friend. Ita newe. editorial, agricultural ane
literary departments make It essentially t
lournal for the family and tbe fireside
Terms: One hellar a year, poat paid. Tbh
price, quality considered,makes it tho cheap
eat aewapaper pnblitriied. For clubs often,
with $19 eatb, we will send an extra cop*
PUBLISHER OF TBI BUN.
aovl-tf N«w York City, N. V
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & UENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main aid Requena Sts.
This h eel lakes lo au entire block,
.'..■ ii iii 320 feel ou hequena street, 160 ou
Main nod So feet on Los Angeles street.
Are airy, ana all contain Spring Ueds,
wnii toe latest Improvements.
Is supplied with the brut lbs market
|( \ TK« MOUF.B ATK.
A Free uuliiluus Is mulched lo Ihe ho
tel. end bnggsge is conveyed grails to
The United Scales Hotel Is centrally
located, oppo-lte the Court House. a..d Is
near toe Pos'oirlce HUil Land I'lMce.
Call und see us. Yon will leculve good
treatment. UUNHY HAMMhL.
A. 11. DEN KER
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANQELKS, CAL.,
8. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
Tho St. Chares Is localed In Ihe busi
ness centre olthe city, and la the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel la Southern Calliorola
' Free coaeb lo the house.
mJT Western Uolon Telegraph in Hi 'el
' otllce. Jyll'l
Mqjavo .Junction, Cal.
rpllls HOUSE ISNOWPEPAKKI) f*sfc
X to receive Us numerous patronsJgjJL
and the tiavellng public lv general. Be
ing entirely new and splendidly lur
nlshed, It affords superior aecoinmodn
IT? TABLE D' HOTK
Is second to none In Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wives, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an 1
supper, it is the point of departure mr
tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amlnt. TbeolHceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of c
traveling public Is respectful ly solicited.
MATTHEW- A BOYD.
SIEKUA MA DUE VILLA,
A i-'rivate H"tei on the mes;i or table
land* of the Sierra Mitdre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a oharmlng view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Han Oa
luiel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house ou
tiiely new, lighted by gas, aud contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars addtess proprietor, P. O.
ISox 1141, Los Angeles
Cor. of CENTER & LEMON Sts.
S3""K'JOMS large, sunny and atry.-**
TABLE supplied with all the luxuries
the market atfoids.
KS-fRKK COACH to tbe Hotel.
aplStf K. DUNHAM Proprietor.
I ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co,,
[Suecewors to Lttlleaeld, Webb 4 C 0.,1
316 aud 318 Wasbiugtou .Street,
Solicit consignments of alt kinds of
country produce. Make prompt returns.
\rtvanco liberally ou approved ship
"El Molino Farm."
For business and educational reason*,
desiring to remove Into Lea Angeles, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and ont-bulldlngs
horses, mules, wagon, harness, ugricul- '
tural Implements, etc., for ibe term of
TWO OR THREE YEARB,
The farm consists of 204 acres, on which
ire4o,ooo grape vines, over 2,000 ornnge
trees, 700 English walnat tree**, 600 lemon
tnd lime trees; niwo a number of black
walnut, pecHU, almond, fig. uprlcot
plum, peaofa, apple, pear trees, I. ; nanus,
etc.; twoor three acres r.f ailalla, tifty
aorea vacant arable land, uud
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attactied to the residence Is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, coll and
shower barhtf! There Is also a BILLIARD
rtOOM, table and appurtenances.
Tbe farm Is most eligibly situated lv
the FRUIT BELT of tbe
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
clly. and near the Railroad Station o'
san Gabriel Mission, ll not leased,
T WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageoua terms, to-wlt: One
third cosh, lbe balan n e In one, two, three
and tour years, at 10 per cent. Interest per
mnuni interest, payable pernl-aniiuaily.
R J. C. KKWFN
Noi. IOAH Btrellta Building, Hprtugßt.
B. F. Bulletin end Chronicle copy. o2lti
BEVOLTOB FEES tsSSr
.(U.J BOWS . SON. US a 13, Wood M, PltMkur lv.
(J; I.) » tmj ul Horn,, Agents wanted.
tP-Laa Outfit ami term. free. TRUE*
CO.. Augusta.Maine. marMnAwly
Are not advertise.! hs "cure-alls," but
are sptdtfcs in tbe diseases for which
iboy are recommended.
Investigators ol natural science lime
demonstrated beyond eoutrovery that
throughout ilie animal kingdom tlie
"survival of Hie attest" li the only law
that vouelisaios thrift and perpetuity,
lines not the same principle govern ttie
commercial prosperity o: man? Au In
ferior cannot s v percedo a superior arti
cle. i*y reason of superior merit, l>r.
I'leieeN standard Medicines have oul
ri\aled nil others, 'iheli sale In I he
United BtMtVM alone exceeds one million
dol.urs |a r anauai, Whilti ilie amount ex
ports I loots up lo several hundred
Lhousaiids nioie. No business could nro»
to sued gigantic proponions ami rest up
on any other ba>il titan (bat Of merit.
Is Pleasant to Use,
It* cures extern! over a period of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its Sale CoustnntU Increases.
Cures by lis Mild, Soothing KOect.
Cures "Cold lv Head" and Catarrh,o?
AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS
Hot kfoht, If MS., April 2,1877.
Mi;. Einxuht-tiuvlug read in your pa
per Itfpoits Of thfl lemurkubie cures ol ca
tarrh. 1 am induced U) toll " what I know
üboui catarrh," and I fancy the"snuti"
and "Inhuling luoe" mukeis (men dol
lar grabbers) would DS glad If they could
euiolazon a similar euie In Ihe papers.
Fur yeara l suflerad with catairh. Ah*
j nusui passages beeum- completely closed
"Suuu," "dust," "ashes," "inhaling
tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work,
though ai intervals I would BUtfl up the
so-called eaturi h snuff, until 1 became a
valuable tester Jor such medicine.*. 1
giuduuliy truw worse, and ujuue can
know bow much 1 Mutinied t»r what a
miserable being i was. My head aclied
over niv eyes uuiil t was confined lo ni>
beu ior" many successive days, buffering
the most miense pain, wliicn at one liim
lusted continuously lor 168 hours. All
sense oi smell uud taste uoue, sight and
bearing Impaired, body snrunkee
and weakened nervous sysiem snar
leied uud constitution broken, aud 1 was
hnwkiug and spitting seven-eightus of the
time, i prayed ior death to redeye me oj
my suffering. A favorublo notice In youi
paper ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Keniedy in
duced me to purchase a package and ust
It with Dr. Pierces >iasal Douebe, whlcti
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres
sure, the only way compatible wiih com
i.ii.n sense. Well, Mr. Kdilor, It did Uui
1 cure me in tlnee- ouithsof a second, no.
inunehour or month, but iv less than
eight minutes 1 was relieved, uud in
three monltis entirely cured, and uavc
remained so over sixteen months. While
using ihe Catarrh lemedy, 1 used Di.
Heree's Golden Medical Discovery to pu
ruy mv biood and strengthen my stoui
t ach. 1 also kept my liver active anu
. bowels regular by the use of his rieasau>
i PurgattVS Peilein. 11 my experience wn.
Induce other sufferers io seek the saint
i means o: relief, this letter will have an
swered its purpose.
iM» ru.y, S. D. RE MICK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.— The fol
low in* named parties are among ihe
thousands wtio nuve been cureu of ca
tarrh by the use oi Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy: A F Downs, New Geneva, l J a;
D J Bruwn, st Joseph, M»; E C Lewis.
Rutland, Vt; Levi springer, Nettle Lake,
Ohio; CtiasNorwrop.-N 'th cbestertield.Me;
Milton Jones, fccriua.NY; J E Mliiei,
Urldt;ur Station, Wy ; J C Alorrtman, Lo
fuuspnrt, lud; M M Post, Loguuspon,
uu; J W Bailey ,'iremout, Pu; 11 U Ayres,
La for.c, lud; Jessie Msears, 1 t Branch,
md: 1 ■ Williams, Caulou, Missouri; VV A
Thayer, Unary a, tilj S ii Nichols, Jr, Gal
veston, Texas: Jonas F RelnerL, stones
vilie, Pu; S W Lusk, McFurluiid, Wis,
Johnsuii Williams, llelmick, Ohio; Mr.-
MACurry, Treuion. ieun; JGJosliu.
Keenu, Ml; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W
Vu: lajuls Anders, Guysport, Olilo; C li
Chase. Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry Huight,
sun fraucisco. Cal: Mis E M
Luwreneeviile. N V: W J Gruhuni, Adei,
Iowa; A 0 Smith. New nan, Ga; Chas E
Hice, Baltimore. Aid; Jesse M Sears, Car
lisle, Jnd; Dau'l B Miller,Et Wayne,inu;
Mis Minnie Arnulse, 2JO Deiancy si, New
York; 11 W Hull, Hustings, Mich; Wm 1
Murston, Lowell, Mass; 1 W Roberts,
Maricopa, Aiiz; ChasS Delaney, t-j arris
burg, i v; M C cole, Lowell, Muss* Mrs t
J Spurt in, Camden, Alu; Cliurles F Kuw.
Frederlcktown. onio; Mrs Lucy Hunt
ington, Farmingtoii,ll]; capt E s spauld-
Ing. Camp stuniuaiiijih, Wyo; 1 W Tracy
steamboat Unck. inwii; Mrs Lydla Wulie.
shushun.N V; J M Peek, JunclionCity
Mont; Henry Ebe. Bautus. Cul; L BCuin
inings, Uunioul,Hl; S Hi Jones, Charles
ton Four Corueis, N V; Geo F Hull, Pueb
In, Cul; WmE-Uuitne, stoning, Pu; 11
X Ebon. U4B Perm St, Pittsburg, Pa; J h
Jackman, Sumuel's Depot, Ky; Henrx
ZobiisL, Geneva, N V; Miss riuttle Pai
rott, Mouttoinery, Ohio; L Jed brook.
Chatham, ill; H ft McCoy, Nitshport
Ghin; W W Wurner, North Juckson
Mich; Miss Mary a Wiuue, Darien. Wis;
JohuZelgler.Curllsle Springs, Pu.; Jamet>
Tompkins, St Cloud. Minn: Enoch Duei,
Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xeuiu,
Ohio; SB Nichols. Gulv- stou, Texas; i»
L Laird, Upper Altou, 111; Jotin Duvlw,
Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For
est Grove, Ogu.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-cleauslng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Chohigogue, or Liver stiniulani
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative properties,
cures Diseases of the Blood and akin, a*
isciofuta.or King*.* Kvll; Tumora; Ulcers,
or Uid fcjores; Blotches, Pimples unu
Eruptions. By virtue oi its Pectoral
properties itcures tinmen al, Throatund
Luugufleclions; incipient Consumption
Llugci ing Coughs, and chronic Laryngi
tis. Its Cholugogue properties, render il
an unequal remedy for biliousness; Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Com plat vi;" and It*
Tonic proper!leß make It equally effica
cious lv curing Indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite und Dyspepsia.
Wuere the sain Is wallow and covered
with blotches and pimples, or where
there nre scrofulous, swellings und affec
tions, a few buttles of Uoluen Medical
Discovery will effect an entlie cure. If
you feci drowsy, debilitated, huve sullow
color of ekln or yellow ish-brown spots on
lace or body, ireqneut headache or dizzi
ness, bad taaie in mouth, internal beat
or chills alternated with hoi flushes, low
spirit- mii i gloomy forebodings. Irregular
appeMteaml tongue coated, you are mii
lerinK from Torpid Liver or Biliousness.
In many cases of Liver Complaint,only
partof these symptoms tire experienced.
Asa remedy forall fUchcusos, Dr.Plerce's
Golden Medical Discovery lias no equal,
as itellecis perfect cures, leaving the liver
strengthened und healthy.
THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT
DR. It. V. FIERCE Is the sole proprie
tor and manufacturer of the foregoing
remedies,all of which are sold by drug
glsiH. Jieisulsolho author ol the Peo
ple's Common House Medical Adviser, a
work of nearly 1000 pages, with 918 wood
eniuravliivs pud colored plates? He ha*
already sold o'' this popular woik
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE, (post-pahl) : : : $1 5n
Address: R. v. PIERCE, Nl. 0.,
World's Dispensary, Buffalo. N.Y.
L.INES OF TRAVEL.
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San Franckco and Los
Angolos Express Line.
jcomlng South Going North
fj y3 J* S3.
KTKAM KIH i l ">I 5" 14
t~3 3 c a
Am: >n \.Uu.2h tug.* Sept. I Milt. 3
Orizuini ... spu z Sept. 4 " « " ►
senator..., 7 *• I " I ■ S
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senium *' " IU ■ gg
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I lull! i-teauislllps ».l 1 't.i t 11 am I'll
[*s.uLaUObl»pu)*ttu' ciinln liurlmra; also,
hi Uowu trlii, ut Auauelui banding KM
Height only- Tlie Houaior calls at Bau
Buenaventura also eviry trip.
ior sun Francis o take
ihe train lvi Wilmington that leaves
uos Angeles at Slid I. Ai., MM Angeles
Los Angeles and San Diego
Senator and Orizaba
Leave .Sau Pedro mr Sau Diego, August
30, ami Kepi. -1,(1, li, ill, 24, SB, anil Oct. 4.
PaMengeia take the train that leaves Loa
Angeles fjr Wilmington at 3 4i h. M„
I..is Angeles time.
Rates ot Fare from Los Angeles.
(Fuyulj!e In Gold.)
To Puu Francisco Sio OU 110 W)
in Port Harford 12 00 H 00
To Santa IJHrbura 8 CO f 00
l o Sau Diego T 6U o 50
Plans of Hteamers'cablus ai agi-ut'st.tile*?,
where berths may be st-ouied.
for way Ports.
The ateamer Constautlne leaves San
Buunuvenluru uud Santa uurburu for Sau
Kranclsco every Sunday, calling at all
Freight steamers leave Sun Frunciseo
tor San Diego and way ports about every
enduyK. carrying sock, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as * bovu. or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local
Agent, Office, No. 66J Main street,
over the Commercial Bauk, .Los
SQUTHERHI PACIFIC RAILROAD
Si 'i' IC A Al JbC It CS.
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
On aud after Monday,Dec.mh, 1877, aud
until further notice, trams will run every
day aa follows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
For- *\ --.KKiva.
Wilmington ......10-* »• M - '1, : » A - «•
San '.. 1:13 P- »• U:4U r - M
" accu- ■ : "'""!>ulo:3) a. M. 7:30 a.m..
Vurna... rruptii.. 2:25 p. a. 7.uu A . m.
WUmtnEi iblecui- sou" . 1:53 p. m.
.Santa: t ul l„.u . 4AW " 6:10
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 6:30 p. at, 10:15 a.m.
Santa Ana 6:30 A.M. B£o "
Wilmington 7:44 " »:10 "
Wilmington 1:00 P.M. 2:20 p. U-
San Francisco 4:00 " 1:55 "
•' Acoom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 a.m.
Trains run dally to Vuma, connecting
with steamers for Aubrey, Khreuberg
and Intermediate landings on the Colo
rado about three times tier month,
sleeping cars will be run daily.
Xra'ns will be run by Man Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
Jeu'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. Iv. TOWNE, Gen'l Bup't.
Ji. X HEWITT, Asg'tSuD't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
loth, 1877, trains will run dally ou
this road as follows:
HP Arrive Leave Arrive In
Depot 8 H Depot 8. Mnlca 8. Mnlca
L Angl's L. Angel's
9 30A.M 18:40 A.M. ||7.40 A.M. 11030 AM.
4.4OJ\M. 14:20 I*. M. |J3:20 P.M. 15:40 P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
I with the p. C. steamship Co.'s steamers
for San Francisco aud Han Diego. See
On Sundays only, regular train will
leave Santa Mnulea at 1:20 p. M.. arriving
at Los Angeles at 6:20 • M : returning
oave Lot Angeles at 5:40 P. M., ami Tins
at Santa Moulca at tl:40 p. M.
WM. J.L. MOULTON.
o!4tf Ass't Sup't.
thlftf l» '"fl V ->■•! i. MA.ViH. TIKMI of tl.« WutitlfrTlil
"lIUISIHS .\. and ;„ A*»ii>t' foil - A,„ t
srtiel..■ "fottn-..- 11,,n • $t$ t1n..*.0,»r, ,„,j|.i fur ll* iMU.
H-unflifKM. ml r—tal .anl fwrutl , jW i cu | m . ■(. 8,-J
(.*.'« •jfAnfjn.nti'i n.-I* n, 1. , n t.,,:,\.U prm , v ii* .a, Br |lcW
waoieJ bt iHfriili or i,ii,.h ~t 1,,.-,. :„ „, ,', r,(- n make
«• Wig 1 ■■ KMmm, „.,.,. m mwCVaTS^
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership of Klne A Co., restau
rant and saloon-keepers. Is this d*y dis
solved. All peifous Indebted lo the
concern wittsettle with Patrick Klne at
the old stand on Sau Fernando sireet
opposite tho new d< pot.
Lou Angeles, August IMb. alg-tw
IN the District Court of Ihe Seventeenth
I Judicial District of the male ol 'Califor
nia, in and fur tlie county of Los Angeles.
Dorla Jones, us Executrix ut Jotui
Jones, deceased, t lainuit, vs. F. \. r.
I'empie et nl, Dei«nd*ntb,
Action broug&lln the pt«triet Court pi
the Hevent. eitlli Judlei..! Ihsinel of the
State ol CalHomJa, in nnd lor the County
of Loh Angeles,and ihe Complaint Hied
in said i utility ol Los Angeles, in ihe
olllce of the clerk of said Disiriot. Court.
Tho People ot the Btate of California,
send greeting lo F i* F Temple, 1» free
man und X Ftspence, Assignee-* Of F 1' F
Temple, J I'NcAinark and Isaac Light"
uer, put tuers doing business as J I' New
nark Co, fellas J Baldwin, Tho Mutual
Laud Company, v corporation, Mary E
MeClellau, Sarah Francis Mccieilan,
James B< jA eClellun and Anna MoClel
lau, nitt.ol*, John s Thompson, gjaaral
iti or iam minors, E (Jet main aud CI H
Maitnld, partners doing business as
X Germain A Cn, Henry North, Charles
J Ellis, li nam nimby, J M GntlUii and
S J l.ym n, partners doing business as
Urio.tli, Lynch Jc Co, Ueujamln F
rhumpsou, Jonu U Kumlree. Kern Val
ley I'tiiiK, a t oiporut ion , Louis Phelflen
bertai at d 0 W .None, uomg business us
Pii>-.li'"ijh*iuer& COi Thomas it Hard, L
UllUiiiu li. r. Arcadia li do Huaer, X H
BuKei, U SK-ibei, Godfrey IlaryHL, John
LviVer, X 1 1 TotnkiuMin, I'eter I ui.uhl,
Alex io.ii r \'m i 11, Fi aiiciseo 1..0pt /,,
li J hi'-siou, W W Jenkins, M S
LaUot i , George A Temple, Los Angeles
Couniy Hank, a corpoiatlon, Josepii
Blow, s A Kind all, Gt-oige Luud;e,
Geuige Lynch nnd John Emngtou, purt
uers doing business as Lynch A Erriug
tou, 1- Lehman, S X Holman, Heuiy
Hamilton, Wm McKee, V W Koli, .
O'Neal, Wm smith, M W do Sabicbi, X
Houtou, heyes A Serrano, A Bullock,
Boston Allen, Bosa H Gray, F P F Tem
ple and George il smith, tiustees or llosa
B Gray, 1J H Whlllemore. G E Long, As
signee in Bankruptcy of FP F Temple,
You are bercty required to appear in
an action brought against yon by the
above named Plaint if) iv the 1 istrict
Court of tbe Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the State of California, In aud tor
the Comity of Los Angeles, and to an
swerthe complaint liied therein, within
ten days (exclusiva of the day ot servl c)
aftei tbe service on you of this summons
—ifscved within this eounty;or t lfsei vi*d
out of this county, but In ibis District (
within twenty days; otherwise, wit n
ln forty days —or Judgment by de
tank will he taken Rgthnst you accord-
Ing to the prayer of siiai complaint.
Tho said action is or< tight to obtain
I a decree til t ill court lor ha loreolosure
j a certain mortgage deses*'«-d in the said
com pi flint, and cxoeuuVj by the said
deiendan!, F PF'lemple, on Ihe 28th of
August, A D 1875, to secure Ihe payment
of a certain promissory note, in words
and figures asfollews, viz;
Los Angklicm, August 28t h, 1875.
On or before one year ufler dale, ior
value received, I promise to piiv «o John
Jones or tv hisoruer, ihe sum or eignteen
thousand one himdied aud i w ci. t > ■<> i c
56 I(H> dollars, In gold coin of the Govern
meniof the United Siatei, with Interest
thereon In like gold coin, frein date un
til paid, at the rate ot one perctnt, per
mouib, said interest to be paid monthly,
and If not so paid then to be itdded to
the principal sum and bear lllte rule ot
interest. F. P. F TKMI'I.K.
cf which note the said Doria Jones, as
e.\< euti l.\ ol Joh ii J.iim s, deceaM id, is now
tho legal holder aud owner; that the
premises oonveyed by said mortgag>ftmuy
be sold, and the proceeds applied to the
payment ot said sum of $18,121.56, with
Interest as stuted In complaint five per
cent, on amount due on said mortgage aa
attorneys' lees, all pu\able In 1 a yofcl
coin, und costs of suit; and m cifce
such proceeds are not sufficient to n .y
tbo same, then to obtain au exe<ki
ilun agulnst said F P F Temflß
for the balance remaining due; und also
that the Buld defendants uud all peifsou
clalmtug by, through or under
the in, or any oi them, ma>
be burred and foreclosed of ul) right, ti
tle, claim, Hen, equity of redempi lvii und
interest la and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and for other and luriher lellef.
.Reference is had to complaint for partic
Aud you are hereby notified that if you
fail o appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, thesuld plain tit!
will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded In thesuld complaint.
Given under my hand and tlie seai of
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District of the State of Ca ifornla,
In and for the oounty of I .os Angeles, this
tith day of September, In tbe yearotour
Lord,one thousand eight bundled aud
seventy-eight. [Sou], j
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By GRIFFIN JOHNSTON, Deputy Clerk.
TU DM A ROSS, Attorneys for Flulntiir.
A. Eldrod, Plalntlir, vh. O. 8. Amos and
H. T. b ineey. Defendants— In Justice's
Court, Los Angeles Township.
Under and by virtue of an execution Is
sued out of Justice Trafford's Court, in
Los Angeles Township, and to me di
rected anu delivered on Ihe 20th day of
August, A.D. 1878 for ajudgment rendered
lv milil Court on the _;lil day of August, A.
D. 1878, In favor of A. Kldred, plaintiff,
aud against O. K. Ames and H. T. Kin
ney, defendants, I nave levied upon auil
TUESDAY, THE 24th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At li o'clock ■„ proceed to sell
at the Court House door, tv the clly and
county ol Los Apgeles. .State of Califor
nia, at public auction, lot- cash In U. S.
gold coin, to satisfy said Judgment aLd
all costs, all the right, title and lutoresl
ol defendant O.K. Ames In and to the
following described real estate, to wit:
Commeueingata point on the north
eru line oi section thiny-oue  X- one
[I] south range 13 \V of S B M, distant 4
chalus W from the NX corner of lot. one
[l] In said section; running thence W
distant six [Hi chains forty [4u] link-;
thence at right angles souih distant
twenty-five LfJM chalus; ruining thence
at right angles E six [6J chains and lony
[ti-] links lo the SW corner ol the land ol
Horace Hlller; thence N along salt) line
bf H Hlller to the place of beginning,
containing sixteen  acres.
Also, a certain piece of land commenc
ing at a point sixteen [101 rods west of
the NE corner of lot one [l[ of the NW
quartur ol Sec thirty-one [all Tone fl] w
range 13 W 8 It M; thence 8 one hunuied
 rods; thence nt right angles E six
teen  rods; thence at right angles N
thirty [JO] roas; thence at rigut angles
W thineeu [Is] rods twenty-four [Ml
links; thence at right angles N seveutj
 rods; thence at right angles W two
 rods and one  link to the point ol
beginning, containing three and ono
hundred and forty-three one hundred
and sixt let hs acres of laud.
Given under my hand, at the city and
county of Los Angeles, Caliioruli, this
lid day of sopteraber, A. D. 1878
H. M. MITCHELL.
By J. C. Kays, Deputy Sbci-in*. s»tJ
I hereby notify all parties, Interested
or otherwise, that A. J. HORN, of El
Monte, Los Angeles county, Cal , has
duly made an assignment to me for the
i en ell t of his creditors of all his property,
real and personal, of every nature aim
kind, and that I havo duly qualified as
such Assignee, and that all pc sons In
debted to such Assignor by note, book
account or otherwise, are required to ptiy
ibegametu me Immediately; that lain
tbe only person authorized to have and
receive said property or receipt for any
such Indebtedness; that the payment of
any debts aud the delivery ot any prop
erty heretolore belonging to said As
signor, to him or to any other pen-on for
his use, and the transfer of any property
by him, Is unlawful and void, and the
same is hereby forbidden.
And all persons having claims » gainst
the Baid Assignor ate hereby requested to
present tbe same, duly verified, to the
undersigned, within sixty days lr.mi
W. C. HARM AN,
. „ , Assignee.
El Monte,Cal,, Aug. 23, 1678. aM lm
AU persons having claims against the
late firm of B. Lt. WILSON A CO. are
hereby notified and requested to present
the same at once to the undersigned, at
his residence, at Ran Marino, Los Ange
les county; and al] persons indebted to
said Arm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their acoounts without delay.
Dated April 17lh, 1878.
aplBtl J. DE BAJtTH BHOIW.
Per T. A K.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given tbat the part
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned under the firm name of
Aockerblum A Co. has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent, and all the
Interests or said Arm have been trans
ferred to William H. Nordboldt, who '
alone la authorised to collect the debts i
due to and pay those due by said firm. i
Loi Angeles, California, AugiiKt 2k Ib7B. i
Mm A. NoRDHOLT.
a22-3w Kit. AUCKEUBLUM.
Jacob Bumillei' ami Jacob Bumiller, as.
Kxeeutorot the esiato of Lbu last will
and U'slament of Charles Humllit r, Ul*
ceased, PiHiiiLlir, veihiiM Maggie Kelly,
Pcfeudsnt. — Heveoteeofii Pistrlul
Under and by virtue o v decree of
foreclosure and ordei oi salt-, cm- red lv
the Dlslrlel Court oi the lfth Juoiciai
District oi the Htato ul California, In and
lor the county of Los A-.gel* h, on tbe lath
day of August, A. D. it>7B, and n writ on
foreclosure of mortgage eniered In the
aforesaid District Coun, annexed lo said
decree ai d dated thc3l)lh day of August.
A. IK IB 8, fn the aoovo entitled case, ami
In favoi of Jacob Lumuler and Jacob
Hum i Her, as executor of the last will and
leitami nt or Charlen Bumilller, deceas
ed, plaintifl', aud against Maggie
Kelly, defeuuant, a ecrtllied copy of
which said decree oi loteclosuic,
duly attested under tho heal of
unlit Court on the y) h day ol' Ai gust, A.
P. 1878, aud delivered I o me, together with
the writ annexed 1 hereto, on
ihe 31st day of Au»us!, A. 1». 187 m,
whereby 1 am commanded to sell ai
public uuclJon, to Hie highest and best
bidder, for cash in U.s gold coin, tba fol
lowing and in said decree described red
estate, to wit:
A.l thai certain pbec, parcel or Iruct
oi land in tba city of Los Atigeleti, coun
ty oi Los Angeles, siiate of California,
bounded and described as follOwSi
Commencing at a point in tne south
erly line of San Pedro street, where
the cistern bouudaiy line oi Bnrah J.
smart sirllies ihe snid line * f said si reel
distant seventy eight t?Bj feet M. 35 de
grees P. from ihe Junction ot tlie south
eriy Lne of Los Angeles stieet with said
line ol San Pedio street; ihei.ee B. 30 Vi
decrees west along tbe dividing line be
tween iSaruh J. ttiaari and the pa ly of
tne first ]>art In said mortgage, viz , the
said Maggie Kelly, ninety-eight (I'd) leet
to the boaid icucei f Dr.Grilbu; thence
south Gti degrees east along Hie fence of
Dr. (Jnihil twenty-live (25) feet th* nee in
a straight line to a point in the said Hue
of San Pedro street distant thirty (30) feet
s. 3"> decrees p.. from tlie polni ol begin-
Ding] thence north 85 degrees west aloi g
said line oi sun Pedro street thirty t,SO]
feet t.> point of beginning
Public notice U hereby given Una *;ii
MONDAY, THE 231 DaY OK
SEPT KM BE U. A. 1» 1878,
Al 11!:30 o'clock I. v.. I Will pi.iwu
to sell, ul t he Court BotUrS
door, in the eit\ ami uouuU
of Los Angeles, .- tate of t 'a lit . n a, al
public auction to tne Highest and Lot
bidder for cash in U. S gold cola, lo -nt s
fy said decree fo. principal, interest,
attorneys l fees, costs and ail accruing
costs all the above described real estate,
Given under my hand,at tlie city and
couniy of Los Ange.e,-, State ot caiifot
uia, this 81st day ._>i August. A. D IS7S.
H. M. MU CIiKLL.
By James C. Ku s, Deputy ShcrUT,
Margaret Doyle, Plaintiff, vs. James
Doyle, DAfwtiuuat — Twelfth District
Under and by virtue oi" an execution,
issued oat ot the iu»triri Court of tlie
Twelith Judicial District of the 3tu;e
of California, hi nnd lor the elty und
county of Hail Francisco, und to mo di
leetedaud delivered on tlie Stth day of
August, A. D. 878, nnd by virtue of an
oroer made by '.ho aforesaid triatrial
Court on the 2oth day of August, A. D.
18 8, in favor of Margaret Doyle, piain
f 11. ami uualnst James Doyle, deieivJaut,
I liuve levied upon and shall on
SATURDAY, Ibe BUt DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell at
tlie Court House door, in the city and
county of Los Angela*, state of Cuii
forniu, ut puhiiu miction, for cash in
V. S. gold coin, to aattsfy suid order and
uccrulng cusis, all the rl*hi, title and
lnterestol said defendant James Doyle,
in und to the following described real
estate, to wli:
.-■i i uato, Ij i ii-and being In Ihe clly ol
Los Angeles, county <n Los Aogeles,
standing of record in the office of ihe
County Recorder of said county hi the
name of James Doyle, said property is
descilbed as follows, t<> wit:
Fractional lot two in block -11, con
taining ten (IU) acies, sftuated in Ihe
north we>t quarter ot : lie lan us of ilia oily
of Los An.eles, entitled v map of icser
voir and vicinity,dated Decembers, 1870;
the luud herein mentioned, belli* the
sume conveyed to tho detenu ant by deed
dated Dec. 9,1870, and recorded in hook
44, p tge 871, Kecorda of Lis Angeles
Glvt-n under my hand at. the city of
Los Angelaa.Cal., tins Slat day of Au
gust,, A. 1). 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL.
By James C. Kays, Deputy sheriff bltd
Notice of Assessment.
CALIFORNIA STAB OIL WOBKI
Location of Principal Pluco of Business,
San.l'ranchci ,Cul.—Locution'of Works,
Andrews' station, Los Angeles County,
San Buenaventura, Ventura Co., Cal.
Notice is hereby given (hut at a meet
ing ot tbo Board of Directors held on the
14th day of AOgUlt, 1873, an asstssuieni
(No. 3; of ai 5u pt-r anaia waa levied upon
the capital sloca ol Hie corpora I lon, pay
able imnwdi.u. ly, in fj, s. gout c dv, i<>
the Sec etury, ul the olßce o the Compa
ny. Bid California street, sun fcrahoisoo,
Any stuck upon whlcli this assessment
shult remain unpaid ou tlie ifOtb day o
Seplember, 1878, will be delinquent und
udverlised for sale at public uuctlon,
and, unless payment is m ide n«lore,will
be sold on wednesdnr. the 16th day ot
October, 1878, to pu» delinquent aJWOM*
ment, together with costs oi advertising
aud expenses of sule.
By order of the Hoard of Directors.
J. S. TAYLOR,
Ofßce—3ls California St., San Francisco,
A. Lothian aotl T. Walsh, partners doing
! un<ier tbo mm namo 01 A.
Lothian 4 Co., Plulntllfi,Y». Mary E.
Borrowe and William iionowe, Uefend
uuts—Seventeenth District Wourt.
Under and by virtue of a deerre of foie
closuro of lion and oider uj
sttlo entered In the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of tho Stale oi CulilnrnlH, in end for
the county of Los Angeles, on i he l6Lh duy
of August, v D. 1878, aii'i a wr.tnniore
elosure oi lien, entered in ihoatoivsud
District Court, unnexeu tosnid d.-erei' and
daied the 24i h day oi Aii.ih'. A.D. 1878. in
the above entitled case aud In favor ul
A. I oihlan & Co., piaintlPs, and against
MnryK. Hon owe and William Bom.we,
defendants, a certified copy of which
said decree of loreclosure, oul>
uttested under the seat of said
courL on Ihe 21th duy of August, A. D.
1878, and delivered tv me, together wnb
the wrh annexed thereto, on Hie
24th day of Aug ist, A. D. I*7B, whereby 1
am c mmand. d toßell at public ftUeUou
to tbe h'ghestund best bidder n»r ruuh 1"
U ts. gold coin, ihe following and in said
decree described real estate, to wit:
Boliik those certain lots of land, in the
town of s-anta Monica, <ouuiy of Los
Anucles, Stuto of Cniliornta, des-rlbed
as follows to wit: Being lots Z 2 and M,
as designated on (ho m ip of said town,
iv block 91, together with the buildings
Public notice Is hereby given that on
MONDAY, THE 16th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A* D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m., I will proceed to sell
at the Court ilnuso door, In the city ami
county of Los Anueles, tsmte of Cnhior
nla, at public auction to the highest
and best bidder for cash in V. S. gold
coin, to satisfy said decree tor principal,
Interest, attorneys' fees, costs anu al I ac
cruing costs, all tho abovt: described ru*l
Given under my hand, at ihe city and
county of Los Angeles, this ittta day ul
August, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
By James (\ Kays. Deputy. a2std
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The firm Oi OLDENIiERQ a ST HO lIM
Is this day Ulssolvi d by mutual consent.
Mr. A. oldenberg withdrawing irom the
Arm. Mr. Thomas tstrohtn will pay all
liabilities of the Into th in and Is alone
allowed to collect all outstanding ac
ALEXANDER OLDEN HERO.
Los Angeles, September 1), 1878.
Referring lo tho above, I beg leave to
Intorm tho patrons of the lalo tit in oi
Oldenberg 4 Slrohm at d ihe public In
gonerul that 1 will continue the huslnos
at the old stand, and respeolfully solicit
a continuance of their pat lounge.
. ■ , _ TIIOS. STitiiHM.
Los Angeles, Sept. 11,1878. sI2-«w
Ihe Los Angeles Immigrat ion Mid Luur 1
Co-O|ioia Ivo Association.— Loeullo
uiml principal place ol' business, 1.0.
Angeles. I ul.
There I. tluMin,u.'ht upon l be lolli.wliig
described stock, on account ot itssens
m. ut No. —, levied July g|, ls7S, the sev
ere-; auiouutsset opposite tlie nniues ol
I Im.' i ■ spt'i'l ive sliurehnldi rs, us fo I lows:
Nun c. CArtlfloate. Shines. Anil.
11. J. urow 6 100 it v
U UO an
7 100 2. tl
li Th l'u
10 «» w
IV '111 COO
71 101 iU)
70 H« 2uo
_ 72 24 M
s7 dO I*l
8< 76 160
U0 5 10
VI 12 2!
99 HO IUI
TUos. li.snmii iB los 9 ■lip
Tin.a. A. <J»iey ..luu 95 lou
.1 K. .MeConn.s tO 10 it)
i.oo. 0. Ulbbs m lo *
117 lv .0
*H 10 *l
ID 10 10
11 jo lou
11. N. Parcel* 81 6 iv
111 neeorUaiico wilh law and an order ol
Hie lluurd ol lUreclors lundo ou the Slst
day ol July, 18 8 so many snares of caeh
parcel oi said Mock us tuny be nec-ssarv
will he sold at public auciiou ut tbeoj'.
iicco ihe Beoretnry.lio 4i Hpringstreet,
room I, up a ulr», Moll's building, Los
Angeles, cai,, on
TUESDAY, THE lTth DAY OK
At 2 o'clock p. m. ot Miltl day, lo pay
paid delinquent assessment iheicou, to
gether Willi Ibe cost of advertising and
expenses oi sale.
hunk v. fanning,
Los Angeles, August 30, 1878. uBUd
lii the Probate Court,
Of the County of Lee Augeles,
j * Slate of California.
iln tlie muller ol tbe Eatate and Guard
l iiubi t i i i Horteusta 'it-ran, minor.
I order in ptiow ranse on application of
UUarulau lur Older ior s«ie of Real
It appealing to this Court from the
paitthiU tins day prest-nled and tiled l.y
Jesus Teiau, the guardian ol the person
and estate <-i lioriensiu 'lirun, a minor,
nra> lug for an ordt-r ot sale oi certain
teal eniale belonalng to his suld wuid,
that I< is neeessury und would be bened
ci.'il that seen real ♦•stale shnuid be sold.
li is lierehy ordered that (he nexi of
kin o' ihesuid ward, und all persons In*
tees ted lv the said eatate, appear before
t his Court on
THE 4tM DAY OF OCTOBER,
A. D. 1878,
At U) o'clock A. x., nt tho Court Room
oi this Court, at Ljoa Angeles city, lv ihe
county ol Los Angeles, then and ihi re
Ul show cause why au ordei should l.ot
be unified for the sale ot such estate.
And it is further oidered
that a copy of (his order be pub
lished at leusi four tucoe*aiYe weeks
be ore tho suld day of hearing
in the Los Angeles Daily Her
ald, a newspaper prititei nnd published
In said county of i,<>.- Angeles.
Dated September Bd, i>7£.
ALI ;i J lT M. STEPHENS.
Hid Probate Judge.
Mam Street nnd Agricultural Park Rail
road Company —Location uf priueipal
place of bualntae, Los Angeiea city,
Notice is hereby given that, at n meet
ing ol the Bouid Of Ihe Diiect- rs held on
!:■ llih day ot September, 1878, an tis
sess*"tut ,No. 4) of five uoliars per
siiaic was levied upon iho subscribed
and unpaid up capital sock of the cor
poration, payable immediately, at tho
nttloa of tlie company, li* Los Angel i**
Any sioek upon which this assess
ment e-hti 11 remain unpaid on the pith
day ol cctoier 1878, will be delin
quent, find unless pax mentis made be
fore wilt be sold on ihe FOURTH DAY
OF NOVEMBER, 1878. to uny tbe delin
quent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sal*.
By order ol the Board of Directors.
JOHN O. WHEELER,
Office of the Company, 1 os Angeles
city, California, September lllh, 1378.
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