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SATURDAY OCT. 12, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House, j
The Herald mi Mm fruit iv«- House Is
uot surpassed by any Job Print iuc; office
oa the Faciflo Coast, outside ot nan Fran
cisco, In facilities for doing Job work
tttw prices, good work and expedition
■tay be railed upon at this office.
The Fresse Truth Abouth Los
We regard tbe oomiug week as
i the formal broakinz of tbe depres
i alon from which Loa Angeles has
suffered aince the drouth of last
year. Tbe simultaneous opening
ofthe Supreme Court anJ the Fair
will attract to our city multitude*
of strangers from abroad. Iv addi
! Mod, the harvest labors are about
over and the farmers will flock in
I enjoy a brief aeason of
change and rest. We call upon
any citizen of Los Angeles to tax
his memory for anything that ap
proaches the abundance In the
necessaries of life with which Lo-
Angeles county is now provided.
Our warehouses are fairly groauing
under tbe weight of grain. Depots
jf Of barley aud other cereals are
scattered all over the county.
Great quantities of hay are stacked
up In whatever direction one may
go. We shall make a half million
dollar*' worth of wines aud brandies
1 this year, and our orange crop will
| sell for three or four hundred thous
and dollars. Our sheep interests
are recuperating at a very rapid
§ rate, and we are certain to show a
very handsome wool crop fur the
! oomlng year. The corn ciop which
[ Is now ripening is nearly double
that of any previous experience of
j Loa Augeles couuty. This isa very
important item, for it should be
borne In mind that we raise in this
I county more than two-thirds of all
i tbe corn grown iv the whole State
| of California, and this staple will
f command a very high figure not
i only on account of the California
[ demand but because it is iv great
|_i.r*quest in both Mexico anil Ceu
| tral America. Our corn crop
[ ought to bring us in a cool million
j of money this year. Not the least
pleasant future in a nummary of
our local progress is the attention
1 which Is being givt-u to the raising
of hogs and graded cattle. Both
are highly remunenitive and our
exports of beef cattle, mess pork
and bacon will steadily increase.
The honey crop, also, will be not
j ably large this year, and Los An
' gales and Sau Diego honey are
confessedly the finest in tho world.
We invite our visitors from
abroad to look around I.os Angeles
county ami gauge its capabilities.
' If they will do so fairly und cum
: pletely they can lender but. one ver
| diet, and that is that there is no
j other valley in the State in which
I the same varie'y and abundance of
flora, fruit ami vegetation can be
noted as here. There is no other
alngle county iv the State that can
fairly compare with us, as there is
no other that will rival us In wealth
ten years from to-day, now that we
have begun In earnest the work of
development. Arizona lies behind
us to absorb our surplus, and the
markets of the whole world are
open to us from any one of half a
dozen secure harbors and road
steads on our nearjy hundred miles
The visitor will not only eneouu
: tor a surprising variety of products
'of the soil iv Los Augeles county,
: but he will find oilier hints of com
ing development wh icli, if he be an
Intelligent nun, he will not fail to
pass to our credit. Our petroleum
deposits have now proved them
selves to be extensive and reliable.
I ft is not extravagant to assume
i that, some time in the near future,
millions of dollar,' worth of petro
leum will be taken out of Los All
galea wells, clarified in Los Ange
la* refineries and sold by Los An
golas merchants for shipment to
•very quarter of the world. That
we have coal of a very fair quality
is dally being demonstrated by the
' quantities of tiiat fuel which are
taken out in the Santiago cafion.
The rich prospectant Silverado ami
in the Ban Gabriel cafi in give us
atnplegroun I to hope that as a sil
ver producing seciion Los Angeles
county is destined In assert itself
Take it for all in all, tlie visitor
Will have to travel far to encounter
St region which presents hi many
lnduceiiientsl.il settlement as Los
Ailitelea county. We tin not depre
cate the closest inspection and we
heartily hope that it may he rigid.
Tbe more del tiled the scrutiny Ihe
I ■soretrluruphautly we shall emerge
I from the ordeal. It is this fact
which will again start the tide of
settlement to this county, not per
haps in a stream so full and tumul
tuous aa that which mice doubled
[ wur population iv three years, but
;ln the steady current of a river
which will flow ou und on Indefi
nitely. We heartily hope that the
Impreesioua the many strangers
who will visit Los Augeles next
week will form will not be the re
stilt of careless aud indolent luting
lug about our hotels. The visitor
•earns nothing of Los Angeles
county from the wiu low of a rail
way oar. Nothing, even of Hie
•harming Han Gabriel valley, cau
bo seen from the track. To get a
fair Idea of what they have come so
far to see, railway aud carriage ex -
oursions, under intelligent direc
tion, are a necessity to our guests.
It is pleasant that not only our
horse fanciers but the breeders of
fine cattle are this year taking a
strong interest iv our Agricultural
Fair. Tbe stalls are already nearly
filled with fine Durhams, Jerseys
and graded cows, steers and bulls
from tbe stock farms of tbe Messrs.
Hancock M. Johnston and Barretto
of Los Angeles county, and the
Messrs. Waters and Thomas, the
former of San Bernardiuo aud tbe
latter of San Diego county. All
these cattle are worthy of inspec
tion. Mr. Barretto has one of the
finest herds of Jersey cattle on the
ooast. Mr. Waters'* exhibit of
Durham cattle would make a neat
display even in such a Fair as that
of St. Louis, where tbe prize cattle
of such States as lowa, Illiuois,
Missouri and Kansas are Exhibited,
Inadditiouto the floe thoroughbrei
exhibit of the Messrs. Johnston and
Thomas, they have in their stalls
quite a number of fine specimens
of graded stock whicli show what
splendid results may be achieved
by crossing our common scrub
sows with the Durham. We shall
not only present an attractive turf
programme at our Agricultural
Fair of Monday, but we shall make
apparent the Immense strides we
have made in improving our breeds
of beef and dairy cattle.
In view of the loss of two Con
gressmen to the Republican party
even in lowa, the probabilities
now aro that tho next House of
Representatives will uot contain
overniuety Republican*. Tlie roll
to which the members of tlie uew
House will respond will contain iv
the neighborhood of one hundred
and eighty or eighty-five Demo
crats, ten to fifteen Grcenbackers
and ninety odd Republicans. Tlie
D»mocraey will havo an over
whelming majority over all. As
the United States Senate, from
and after the 4th of March next,
will be Democratic by Irom twelve
to sixteen majority, tlie outlook
forour opponents Is not, Stlietly
speaking, a brilliant one.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[.Special to the Heuai.d by tho Western
Union Telegraph Comi'twiy.
Pacific Coast News.
Autopsy or Ilia lato fjteu. folloo,
San Fkancisco. Oct. 11th —An
autopsy made ou the body of the
late Gen. Colton by Drs. Kecney
aud Lane proves that the blood
poison did not strike tlie heart, its
reported, hut the brain, which
probably nccurretl at b o'clock on
Wednesday evening at tlie time
deceased became unconscious. The
embalming of the body has proved
more effective than anticipated
and, it is thought, will preserve
tlie i.-mains until the arrival of
Mrs. Colton and daughter, In which
case the funeral will not take place
until Tuesday next. Gov. Stan
ford telegraphed from New York
that be would hasten to be present
at tbe funeral. The filing of the
will is deferred until after tlie fu
neral aud probably for two or three
weeks, as considerable time is re
quired to make out an Inventory
of the estate.
A Pollre Court Kiilsiiiii*.
San Fkancisco, Oct. 11th.—Tlie
case of Yon Sebirudt for the killing
of the hoodlum Merkle, was partly
heard to-day iv Ihe Police Court
and contiuued until to-morrow.
Some of the witnesses who appear
ed Tor Yon Schiiii.lt ou the inquest
before the Coroner were all that
were examiued. Iv tlie afternoon
quite a sensation occurred through
llio accidental discharge of a pistol
in one of the coat pockets of Yon
Schmidt. A lady witness had just
left tlie stand and was passing Yon
Schmidt, who was seated in the
inside row of chairs, lie partly
turned in his chair to let the lady
pass bin when the discharge oc
curred. Mrs. Merkle aud her
daughter, mother and sister of Mer
kle, who were present, fainted or
pretended to faint, tlie latter
exclaiming when recovered, "That
Is the way my poor brother
was allot." After the commotion
had subsided tlie Judge asked Yon
Sell in hit how lie came to have a
pistol on his person while iv court.
Yon Schmidt, after showing his
pistol, wh'ch was a small deringer,
said lie had been Informed thut he
was to be Bhot on sight by some of
tbe friends of Merkle; he had also
been told ny officer Boyle that his
lile was in danger and"under these
circumstances he weut armed.
After investigation, the court de
cided that the pistol went off ac
cidentally by the hammer catching
on one ol (he rounds of the chair
when Yon nchmidt turned around
He was cautioned to come into
court hereafter without arms.
Merkle's companions are very bit
er against Yon Schmidt for Hie
killing and their threats are both
loud und publlo that they will get
even with him. A merchant- on
California street informed Yon
Schmidt that lie overheard a con
Variation between some hoodlums
wherein a plan was arranged Tor
his murder at the first opportunity.
A.shbii uu m 1 'mine; i.aoj
San Francisco, Oct. lltli.—A
Market street barber named Mc-
C'ormlck is under arrest for at
tempting to commit a felonious as
sault on a young lady in Golden
Oate Park,on Tuesday evening last.
The Park Commissioners will press
the charge against him.
The special administrator on the
estate ofthe late Michael Keese to
day paid Into the treasury $228,000,
which was borrowed from tlie sink
ing fund of the city at the rate of
Ihree percent, interest.
San Francisco, October 11th.—
Legal tenders, 99* bid, 99} asked;
Mexican dollars, 89} bid, 90 asked:
trails dollars, 96} old, 97 asked
half dollars 98} bid, 98| asked,
anvar Klttc Skivaaeut.
Yuma, Oct. 11.—Bight thousand
pounds of Silver King concentra.
tlons was forwarded to San Fran
cisco to-day. This lot is ths third
shipment on September account
and is valued at $15,01)0.
Arrtat or aat Khhiisli Uiirg-tar.
Stockton, Oct. 11th.—Burgess,
the Bauk of Euglaud burglar, waa
caught yesterday at Nilea by Chief
Detective Henderson of London,
and Allen Plukertoo, the detective
of Chicago. Burgess visited this
place three months ago and then
departed for Niles. When found
he had enough money left to take
him back to England and was ex
pecting to take the emigrant train
in a few days. Burgess was heav
ily Ironed and brought here, Pink
ertoti left by this morning's train
for San Francisco to take his pris
oner out of the State.
Sacramento, Oot. 11.—The Con
vention reassembled at 2 o'clook.
Welllu offered a resolution that
delegates be fined ten dollars for
each day's absence from Hie Con
vention. Laid over.
The Committee on Mileage re
ported back tho re
porter matter, with the recom
mendation that it is net expedient
to report the proceedings at the
coat of tbe State.
Rolfe moved a reference to
Prlutlng Committee. Defeated.
Larkiu movad concurrence in
tbe rsport of the Committee. Dis
ouasion of fully an hour ensued and
ou the ayes and noes Larkin's mo
tion was adopted. Notice of re
consideration was given and the
Convention will not escape the
Adjourned at 4 o'clock till Mon
day at 2 P. M.
Train Wreeb.d by Horse.
Portland, Ogn., Oct. lltb.—
The north bound eveniug train ran
into a bantl of horses neat- Cameah
and was badly wrecked. Several
oars were mashed aud tbe ties aud
track torn up for some distance.
Fortunately uo person was injured.
A number of horses were killed.
Tbe Stats Fair opened to-day
with good prospects.
Latest Eastern News.
iSM i n . Inslirrcctlou.
Washisoton, Oct. 11th.—The
United States Consul at St. Thom
as telegraphs concerning the insur
rection, tliut at St. Croix, the riot
ers are apparently Controlled! about
250 killed. Planters are searching
the country for plunder. Four
fifths of tbe mills, dwellings, cane
aud sugar ou the plantation have
been destroyed. All the business
houses in Fre lerickstadt were de
stroyed and many families are des
titute. All business bus been tem
Detiariini-iti Esilmal*'* la Cabinet,
Washinoton, Oct. 11.—Most of
the session of the Cabinet to-day
was occupied in discussing the es
tiniales for the support of the Gov
ernment during the ensuing fiscal
year, the head of each department
having been engaged for several
days in ascertaining to what ex
tent estimates for his department
might be reduced. It is generally
understood that the falling off iv
revenue renders imperative:! cor-'
responding reduction in expenses
and tho question is as to what are
the most urgent needs of the ser
1.«.11fie.l |.»r MtlrderittK ller litis,
New YofcK, Oct. ll.— The grand
jury of Hudson county, New Jer
sey, lias indicted Jenuy K. Smith
for tlie murder of her husband, po
liceman Smith, a short time ago.
,11. s r.ilta.t itiiil Eu
Omaha, Oct. lltb.—Mrs. D. D.
Colton, accompanied by het daugh
ter, passed through tcis city this
morning ou a special train for Sail
Francisco, travelling at the rate of
30 miles an hour. Mrs. Colton was
ill and had not been informed of
her husband's death, although
aware of his illness.
Arrested fur Mauslallabfer.
Boston, Out. 11.—Attorney Gen
eral Train, acting upon evidence
taken by the Board of Railroad
Commissioners in the investiga
tion into tlie cause of the accident
on tbe Old Colony Roat), have
caused the arrest of Charles E.
Uartwell, conductor of the freight
train, who will be held far examin
ation on tlie charge of manslaugh
llorrlbla Crlius by Netfrnes—Part uf
tlie sjlaus l.jurbs<f.
Indianapolis, Oct. 11th.—A dis
patch to the ludianapolis News
says that on Monday night, seven
negroes outraged four white women
near Mount Vernon, Posey county.
Last night Deputy Sheriff Oscar
Thomas, while' attempting to ar
rest some of I hem, was killed
by Daniel Williamson (colored).
This morning a mob of nearly
three thousand gathered anil shot
Williamson, hanged two others
and are preparing to hang the rest.
Great exciiemeut prevails.
European Cable News.
I ii.' Urinal, War H»iem»i.
La hark, Oct. 11th.—Tlie Civil
and Military Qazette states thai
General Hir Fredrick Paul Haines,
Commander-in-Cliief of tbe British
forces iv India, will resume com
mand at Peshawar, where thirty
five thousand troops are already
concentrated. Heiuforccemeuts for
the Britisli army coutiuue to ar
rive. War is considered inevitable.
Tue Afghans are practising with
heavy guns in Khyber Pass aud it
is believed that All Mum id has
been strengthened and armed with
heavy siege guns.
floalllct Bfttwnvu Anstrla aiad
Constantinople, Oct. 11th.—
The Porte is informed that the
Austriaua will not advauce into
Novi Bazar. The danger of a con
flict is therefore averted,
t'oaatillnl i" ii or Prominent Ana
Vienna, Oct. 11th.—Count An
drassy, Herr Yon TUza aud Baron
Yon VVenckheim havo had au
audience wltb Emperor Francis
Joseph which lasted three hours.
It is expected that Herr Yon Tisza
will assume provisionally the Hun
garian Ministry of Finance and
Herr Yon Weiickheim the Minis
try of the Interior.
Tli* German fluoiallst Bill.
Berlin, Oct. 11th.—The Reich
stag to-day passed through a sec
ond reading clauses two and three
of the Socialist bill with scarcely
any modi licatious.
A little four-year-old, a native
and resident of New Jersey, while
watching the lightning flashes
from hUnurstry window a few eve
nings since, during a storm, turned
to his nurse and remarked that
'God was scrtching matches
against the sky."
A Wid«- Awake Youth's Papml—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, aud sprighly, entertaining
reading,tho Youth's Competition, ot Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
To work ut the San Fernando Ranoh.
Enquire at the St. Charles Hotel,
0111-lw t. N. VAN NTJYS.
1 hereby notify tbe public that tbe
wood, ties, posts and shakes advertised
by G. E. Long, as Assignee for Temple A
Workman's estate, jiavo bceu bought by
me, from the ageut of Speuce and Free
mau, whilst they were Assignees of said
estate, and I have a writton contract or
bill of sale or said property, and any
persou buying said properly will do so at
their own iluk.ua I shall certiluly con
tend for the property.
Los Aneeles, Oct. 11th. It
To Commence on the 14th
AND END ON
The 19th or October, 1878,
— AT —
Los ttttrelea Cal.
Southern District .Agricultu
The following U the programme, as
finally arranged,ot the Southern District
Agricultural Fair, to com
mence October 14th and close Saturday,
Trotting Race—For all horses In tho
District who have never beaten 3 min
utes. Punic, $200; first horse, 81-0: sec
ond, 860; third, $2Q.
C A Durfee enters hr h Inea
Sire Woodford Mambriuo; dam
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
Sire Echo; dam unknown.
E W Noyes enters b m Flora Wiley
Sire American Boy; darn unknown.
Running—One-quarter mile dash; freo
for all. Purse, $20.
J S DeTurk enters s g Walking John
Sire Van Wagner; dam unknown.
D R Dickey enters b m Nelly Qrant
Sire Sacramento; dam unknown.
Marcus Korster enters.,... br m Flora
Trotting—2:lo class; mile heats, 3in f;
purae, 8200; flr*t horse, guv; second
nurse, loo; third horse, $2).
Frank O'Neil enters br g Apprentice Boy
Sire, The Moor; dam Kitty Hoover.
C A Durtee enters. bl g Tom Stout
Sire, Tbe Moor; dam by Argyle.
C Walters enters b g Cade
Running—Free for all not thorough
bred; nile dash to rule; purse, |100; first
Francisco Figueroa enters <i c Monitor
Andres Mncbado enters...b m [no name]
Francisco tfstudillo enters
v m Lady Fleet
R J Auderson enters g g Butcher Boy
J H M.y«r* enters s h Tower
Gto A Johnson euters br h Cadet
Trotting;— 2 >9 class; mile heats, Bin 5;
purue, 8100; first horse, 1130; second, $60;
C A Dv fee enters „ br h Inca
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
F o'HVti euters br g Apprentice Boy
Running—Half-mile heats; purse, $150;
firat horse, $1*0: second hon>e, $15; third
J S DeTurk enters 9 g Walking John
R J Anderson enters g g Butcher Boy
U M Johnson enters b m Nina R
Sire Wood burn ; daiu Lulu Jackson,
by Jack Malone.
S I Shroud enters s h Bnwhocks
Sire Little John; dum unknown.
Marcus Forster enters br m Flora
George A Johnson enteis M
bm Maid or tlie Mist
Sire Norfolk ; dam Eva Combs.
Running—For three-year-olds, raised
and owned In the District; mite heats, 8
In 5; purse, $200; first horse, $120; second
horse, $60; third, $20
Francisco Flgueroa enters so Monitor
Andres Machado enters....b m [no name]
D R Dickey euters bgßbap
Geo A Johnson enters Eileen Alanab
Sire Not folk; dam Eva Combs.
First Prize, $',0 and Silver Cup. value
$50 Second Prize, Silver Cui>; value, $80.
Half-mile run and to draw 800-pound
Entries Los Angeles Fire Company
Tnlrty-Eights, No 1; Confidence Co. >o.
2; Auaneiui Fire Co.; Wilmington Fire
Awarding of stock premiums, com
mencinic ut 10 o'clock a.m.
Ladles' Riding—Prizes: Gold mounted
riding whip lo best equestrienne; silver
mounted whip to second.
Tournament—Purse or $f0; first, $25;
second, $ i 5.
Entiles tor this day can bo mads up to
the morning of same day.
Trotting Race—Two-mile heats, free
for all; purse, $2>o; first horse, $150; sec
on.l, $75; third, gift.
C A Durfee enters bl g Tom Stout
[. X Titus enters.. .b g Bullet
C Walters „ b g Cade
Running—Two-aud-one-half mile dash;
free for all horses rained aud owned in
the District. Parse, $250; first horse,
$150: second home, $75; tulrd, $25.
Francisco Estudlilo enters «...
bm uadv Fleet
I) R Dickey enters b g < om Enra/ty
las 3arr enters bm Lady Compromise
Geo A Johnsou enters
ft m Maid of the Mist
Geo a Jouuduu eiuurs br h Cadet
By order of
President of Committee.
S. H. MOTT, secretary.
Los Angelea Guard,
At Turnverein Hall,
ADMISSION, f.ir Gent and Ladles, »i 00.
Committee or A rrangement—Capt. f.
M. Darcy, Lieut, stepheusou, Mr, John
Heceptlon Committee—White Rosettes
—Lieut. Gorman, A, T. McDouougb. fcser-
X nut Wiley, r'red Howland, Corporal
ilsd Leahy, Capt. J. M. Rlvara.
Floor Committee—Blue and White Ro
settes—Lieut Siephensou, J. T. Cuddy,
las. Corwln, Chas. Johnson, Sergeant
i'anitieau, sergeant Johnson.
MUSIC by CONTKRNO'S BAND.
The proceeds will be used towards pay
ing for the new uniforms ol the Guard,
MONDAY, OCT. 14,
A SPLENDID AND VARIED
Stock of Jewelry
Will be expoaed L*r sale at
IVo. GO Main Sit.
TUH COLLECTION' EMBRACES
GOT.I) AND SILVER
GOLD AND BII.A XX
Ofthe Latest and Mont Improved styles;
CLOCKS of All Kinds,
Sliver and Plated Ware,
Coral, English. Garnets, etc.
Presents to the poople of Los Angeles a
rare opportunity for bargains.
A Visit to 60 Main Street
la certain to repay tho purchaser.
OP FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS AND
JEWELRY done with the utmost
care and warranted.
8. NORDLINCER. Prop'r.
Byron Brown, PlalnUlT, against la*ao M.
Lei by. Defendant. — Seventeenth Dis
UNDER AND BY/ VIRTUE OF
a decree or foreclosure and
order of sale entered lv the
District Court of tbe Seven
teenth Judicial District of the Mtate
of California, In and for the county or Los
Angeles on the K3d day of September,
A. D. 1878, and a writ on
foreclosure of mortgage entered In
the aforesaid District court, annexed to
said decree and dated the 11th day of
October, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled
case and in favor of Byron Brown,
plaintiff, and against Isaac M. Lelhy, de
fendant, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested und«jr the seal of said court on
the 6th day of October, A. D. 1878, and
to me delivered on the llthday of Octo*
ber, A. D. 1878, together with the writ
annexed thereto, whereby I am com
manded to sell at public auction, to tbe
htchoat and best bidder, foi cash In U. h.
gold coin, the following and In aald de
cree described real estate, to wit:
All those certain tracts of land In the
Ranobo Santiago de Santa Ana, In tbe
county of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, bounded and described as follows:
First—That tract of land assigned and
alioted to Kaymuuda Yorba uy tbe Una!
decree in partition of aald raacho lv tbe
suitor Abel st•arm et al vs Leonardo
Cotaetal, District Court, First Judicial
District, State of California, In and for
the county or Los Angelei, case No. 1182,
eontainlng one bundled and forty-three
and 73-100 acre* et land, which tract ls
bounded and described as follows: North
by land assigned by said decree lo sole
dad Peralta; west by land assigned to
Leonora Yorba de Rowland; south by
lands assigned Stafford and Tust.u, and
east by lands aaatgued to Ynes Yorba de
Cot a and Flint and Blxby excepting and
reserving from said tract abont forty
.teres in the south portion thereof, hav
ing a frontage of 74 rods ou south line
and of equal depth, and a tract of twen
ty acres conveyed by I. M. Leiby to
je >rge H. Beach, by deed recorded In
t«Ue Couuty Keoorder's office of Los An
geit. couuty, California, in book 42,
pane 48). deeds.
Second—An undivided one-h i If or that
tract assigned and allot ed to Ynez Yorba
de Cola by the final decree lv partition
hereinbefore referred to, containing one
hundred and sixty-eight and §8-100 acres,
»nd bounded on the north by laud al
lotted by aald decree In partition to Ra
mono Yorba; eaat and southeast by land
allotted to Flint and Blxby, and west by
lands alioted to Ray round* Yorba and
nerelnbefore described, excepting and
reserving therefrom a tiactof five acres
conveyed by liaac M. Lelhy and Pacific
N. stamps to D. Hrpulveda by deed re
corded In book; 58. pages 391 et srq ol*
doeda, County Recorder's office of Los
vngelof) county, California, leaving an
undivided one-half of 103.M1 acres of said
la«t described tract.
Public notice is hereby givan that on
TUESDAY, THE oth DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clo"k m, I will proceed to sell, at
tbe court house door, in the city and county
of Los Angeles, Htate of California, at public
■uctloD, to the highest aud best bidder, for
.-ash In gold coin of the United States, to
aatiafy said decree for principal, interest,
attorneys' fees.oosts and all accruing costs,
all tbe above described real estste.
Given under ray hand at the city and
couuty of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, this IKb day or October, A. D. 1878.
H. M. MITCHELL,
By JAMES C. KAYS, Deputy, olotd
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF PABLO PRYOR, Deceased.
Notice s hereby given by tbe under
signed, administrator or the es
tate or Pablo Pryor, deoeased,
to the creditors or and all persona
having olalms against the said deceased,
to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after tbe
first publication of this notloe, to tbe said
Administrator, at Ban Juan Caplstrano,
in the county of Loa Angeles.
Administrator of tbe estate of Pablo
Dated Los Angeles, October 11,1877.
eevolves nun ttttcSSg
add.). SOWN a SON, us « ijs Wood lt.,Paukut(S>«.
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CITY OF PARIS,
53 and 55 Main St.
SHOES ! SHOES !
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
From and after this date and until further notice we
will sell at the following unprecedented!y low prices our
immense stock of ladies', misses' and children's SHOES:
READ, READ! READ!
Ladies' plain foxed Balmorals, - - M 00
Ladies' full scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 25
Misses' scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 00
Misses' plain foxed Balmorals, - 50
Children's plain foxed Balmorals, - - 75
Ladies' calf Balmorals, - 1 25
Misses' calf Balmorals, - - I 00
Ladies' foxed Button Shoes, - - 200
Misses' foxed Button Shoes, - - 1 50
Ladies' Morocco Button Shoes, - 1 25
Misses' Morocco Button Shoes, - - 1 00
Eugene Meyer & Co.,
53 &c 55 street.
LOS ANGELES, October Bth, 1878.
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, j
The Teachers' Institute of Los Angeles
county will meet at
In the City of Los Angeles.
MONDAY. Nov. 4th, and continue
in session Aye days.
Hoi. E. S. Carr, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, Prof. A. L. Mann,
City Supeiiuiendent Schools, San Fran
cisco. Prof. H. B. Norton, of tbe Slate
Normal School, Mrs. Jeanne C. Carr,
Deputy Superintendent Publlo Instruc
tion, and J. P. Widney, M. D., have been
Invited and are expected to assist In the
work of tba inatltute.
Tbe attention of teachers employed In
the Public Schools In the county la called
to Sec. 1500 of the Sohool Law, which re
quires them to attend tbe Institute aud
participate In its proceeding.
Alt teachers, school officers and per
sons Interested In the cause or education
are Invited to be present.
w. p. Mcdonald,
County Superintendent School*.
Los Angelea, Oct. 10, 1878. olltd
Los Angeles Meat Market
Corner ol First and Main Sts.
Having opened a Meat Market at the
above stand, I respectfully solicit a share
of publlo patronage.
•WNONK BUT THE BEST QUALITY
OF MEATS, of all descriptions, served.
011-lm FRANK A. WEINSHANK.
RESTAURANT DE PARIS,
Opposite tha Pico House.
A. Cl.' YAS MANAGER.
MEALS at Suets, or a la oarte.
oar Private rooms for lamliles.-wn
American and French style,
To the finder of a Diamond and a Pearl
RING, lost on Monday, Oet.7th, a liberal
reward will be given.
Offlce over Postoffloe. 010-lw
A. McKE NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. a H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
& Co., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville. Ky., by tbe ii- tils
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE »A.T*l PLE ROOM
la provided with the purest
WINES, IiIQUOBS AND IM
POUTED HAVANA CIGARS.
ST ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angelea.
NEW GOODS! RECEIVED AT
THE MECHANICS' STORE!
49 aVTAITXr STREET.
■aTThe GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN! Everything Guaranteed as Represented!
The BEST and FINEST stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO LOS ANGELES. a
A Full Line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's SHOES, at Half the Usual Price.
Look for Sign of Mechanics' Store* j