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For Sale at a Bargain. IBH ACRES of choice Agricultural land, part mcNa and the other bottom or sandy loam, near Fulton's famous Sulphur Wells,one mile from Railroad Depot, all under a new board fence. I will sell naif or all, either half being part lutia or or chard land, susceptible of as high state or Improvement as any in the Stats. One uf the finest artesian wells In the coun try, with a fountain nine feot above the surface af the ground, which may be used as an ornamental fountain and at the •same time be used as a motive power, ss well as for Irrigation. X young orchard, barn, dwelling.etc.; and 1 will sell farm ing implements, house, furniture, etc., if deal red. AU drafts, mrltt-lm H. RAMBOZ, Norwalk P.O. Land for Sale. THE UNDERSIGNED HAH l66Acrosof Fine Farming Land, Ou tbe Old LoaNietoa road, adjoin ing the oily limits, for sale. Apply to T, D. MOTT, dJ7-lin Room 10, Motk's Building. FOR FINE COTTAGE, Containing five rooms, In the heart of the city. Splendid view and good location. A six loom dwelling house. In good lo* cation; close to business portion of tbe city; has just been newly painted and papered. Apply to P. BEAUDRY. No. 81 New High - H °o Honae. For Sale Cheap. A Cottage and Lot on Hill St., Near Flrat, Commanding a view of the ocean and valley. The undersigned will dispose of the above property, with a view to Im prove and build on tbe adjoining lots. Apply to M. KELLEHER, City Survivor. OSee—No. I Temple street. d<T U ZEPOIR SALE. I offer my place, three-quarters of a mile from Downey City, on the Wllmlng toa road, adjoining tbe College, at a bar gain. It comprises TWENTY ACRES, Fifteen of which are in fruit, of choice varieties. There are eight acres of Mus cat grapes. Comfortable house on the premises. LOW PRICE .v REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate possession will be given, ij desired, with the entire growing crop ol iruits, etc. Water rigbtattacbed to land, but no necessity lor use. Apply to Jy4 6m O. H. ALLEN, ou tbe premises. FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. 107 Acres in the Azusa-Duarte Water Rights Perfect and Title Good. FARM HOUSE, BARN A COR RAL ON PREMISES. ••"FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS, five years'growth. Also, variety of Emit Trees between the wulnuts. TERMS MODERATE. Apply person ally or by letter to A. J. HORN, mritf Fostmaster at Et Monte. APPLE TREES. EIGHTY THOUSAND AP PLE Tr? EES. lam prepnrej to sell,at unprecedent edly Jo* eighty thousand apple tree*, of ihe most approved varieties. Those who propose to *et out orchards would do well to call and examine my Monk. lam alao prepared to sell PEAK und other orchard trees, on favorable terraM. My ob|ect in nucrldclng tbe<*e trees Is to retire from the nursery bust nets. G. f). COMPTON, COMPTON, Los Aug-lea Co., Cal dll-H Rubottom Ranch for Sale. This valuable property, containing EIuUTY-SIX ACRES, one of tbe most eligible to Investors In Southern Califor nia, is lor sale. Good title and abund aneeof water. It Is in the heart of tlie beautiful and productive San Joae Val lej, thirty miles from Los Angeles. Hctel Furniture & Fixtures, ALSO, FOR SALE. A RARE BARGAIN Is presented. 11l health, and a desire to give my wife a chinge or scene und air, are the motives which Induce me to sell. Address, f >r terms, mriJtr w. w. BITEOTTOM. Spadra. BEE HIVES FOR SALE. nnn I.ANli'-jHOTT BEE HIVES, all a.UU new, painted and ventilated. Moil approved design. Will be sold lor HALF COST PRICE. Can be seen at Orange Store. mJI-lin Evergreen Laundry, WA SHI FQ Called for and delivered to any part of tbe city, by Reed & Phillips, Adams St. Orders can be left at the book store of Mr. Sam Itellmnn, Spring st -rr— ..mi MISCELLANEOUS. Montana Meat Market. FKtKMNOKR A KKANK, MR Th. beat and tendereet MeatsAfSZT tn the market. None bntthe Prlmeat Beef and Mutton ever to be round. Note the address—Mon tana Meat Market, Main Street, near lint. Lo* Angeles. LOB ANGELES Exotic Gardens & Nursery 9 LOS ANOEI.ES STREET. In flk rear ol Cathedral. ZET I would reapectfully announce lo my old customers and the public generally that I have on hand and shall keep eve rythlng In my line of business—TßEES, SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale aud retail,and at LOWEST PRICES. Orders from abroad promptly cxc 'uled and satisfaction guaranteed. Plauts de livered free of charge In tho city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, mr2-:m Formerly shaeffer dt Stengel. KOUMISS, —OR M Il.li CHAMPAGNE. The Ureat Russlun Remedy lor WASTING, DEBILITY AND NERVOUS DIEASES. Manufactured by A. MYERS, A. M. C. E. HUBER, 139 Ma In St., mIS-lni Agent for Los Angeles county. SPRING, IS7B. GRAND OPENING —ok— MILLINERY GOODS MRS. M. E. PARK, 34 Spring St., Los Angelos, Cal., Takes pleasure to inform her friends and the public that .lie will re-opeu business at the above location On Wednesday, March 13th, WITH A KOLL LINK OP French Pattern Bonnets and Hats, ALL THE NEW SPRING STYLES AND Latest Parisian Novelties. o*"Vuu are cordially luvlted to attend. BtfU FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ! IN COLD COIN, TO BE UIVEN TO YOUNO LADIES A THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS Uuder eighteen years of age, who make The Best Biscuit WITH — Bowen's Yeast Powder. State Fair at Sacramento, Cal |50 State Fair at Reno, Nevada 60 Slate Falrat Salem, Oregon 50 Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair, Yreka 60 Northern District Agricultural Society Fair, Marysville 50 Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu ral Society Fair, Petalumu 50 San Joaquin Vallay Agricultural So ciety Falr.Stockton 50 Los Angeles Agricultural society Fair, Los Angeles 50 Santa Claia Valley Agricultural Soci ety Fair, San Jose 50 Mechaulcs' Fair, San Francisco 50 mrS ddtw-tf To House Owners. It is now the host season ofthc year to paint buildings. Be not deceived Into buying worthless paint mixtures, but call al the PAINT DEPOT ol Foster, Howard & Co., No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine samples of the BEST PAINTS In the market before baying. avPRICES LOW. Silver taken at par. The current pre mium allowed on geld and greenbacks. laigjk A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage! ,ij II F»j k '.'*"** "° ', i o.*i u .s, im a, the m. rrwuof aeprodiHUpß «n> t>i...a., ot Wern.r, jvF*Tm^.^i/ >k <Jf r con,M - AOVIStdI On til diMrsar. ot .FrTv.t. hsuii .ruin. from Sell tbu.e, z........ Sesrst a\\wmmmu wat th. Ims> oi,_r. mi.jg£Mtu,piic.M.U. A* ■ i.tNiCAi. LtCrrvak o. ta. «t»v« duwu., .nd »o« of it. VhisMt.od Lena., (Marrh.Ruptur.. it. 3plum H.b1t,..., pnc. Hi «v kllh.r book ttnt poep.id on rentipt ol priM; or .11 tbre. entl.inis.MO iltuitr.l,., lor Ti cU. Adam, Da. BUTTS, Mo. It N aa St. St. Leuia. g, ag2J Grand Central Saloon No. 38 Main St. CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ao-Bestof MALT LIQUORS, Imported and domestic, bottled aud ou draught. m23tf MAIN dt FURMAN. QO TO THE CAPITAL BAK£RY, No. 67 SPRINGS'!., Near First, Where tho FINEST ASSORTMENT of BREAD AND CAKES In the city Is to be found. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY. tn2l-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER. MISCELLANEOUS. Lots for Sale! ON THK INSTALLMENT PLAN" OR CHEAPFORC ASH. West Los Angeles Offers the best opportunity for delightful homesteads ef any that has ever beeu of fered for sale to the public. THE WHOLE TRACT 18 LEVEL, Only sufllcleuty iucllued for good drainage THE SOIL 18 EXCELLENT. And ol such character tbat it uevcr cakes and Is neither muddy in Winter nordustj In Summer. IT HAS A DITCH Of WATER RUN' NINO THROUGH IT. I II X MAIN STREET AND AGRKUL TURAL PARK RAILROAD 1- completed aud ruunlug through the on* tire land and! now operated successfully through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en lug into tho Agricultural Grounds. A DEPOT OKTHE LOS ANGELES AND INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD *S LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS. This la really the West End ol uur beau tiful city, with the benefit of IBJBSH, PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, uucontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia. A glance at the elegant mansions an.l fashionable residences now e.ected and in course of erection must satisfy any per son desiring a home that this is tho place IHE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. MIPS WILL BE FOUND At tbe office of the Karmeis' A M chants' Bank. Also, at tbe offlee of the Main Sire aud Agricultural Park Railroad. O. W.CHILDSaud JOHN O. DOWNKi will give special attention to those seek ing Information. septlOtl FOR BALE. THE EAGLE 31 ILL SITE! With Water Power, On the west side of ALAMEDA STREET, on tlie line of and adjoitiiug the Southern Pacinc Depot. This Water Power Consists of a st renin, with n rapid cur rent, three feet deep and six feet wide. For further particulars, apply at the office of ROBERT S. BAKER, Iv Arcadia Block, Los Augeles St. gaalltf F U E L~ Cheaper than Wood or Coal! FOR S^LL, BY THE LoB Angelea Gaa Co., AT THEIR YARD ON ALISO STREET. 915.50 PER TON. IMMI SKK tO ttll A vVEKK toagenU.lMl firißfiv * " ulßt rRKK •'• v TICKSRY, Augusta Maine. sepUwty LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. aoodall, Perking a Co Ag.utß, • Sau Fraaciaco. San Francisco and Los Angela. EXPRESS LINE. March and April Schedule. M I —. cc —. (O — :Q -h ArrlveSan M. C. -#- . >> a Prancl.co. 2* y'' ' ' £ g g j " Leave Sta a. -£. » Monica. 1* IV4 » • ■ J 7. < o c 3 5 a-. Leave San gt . .2. _ Pedro. 2* ■ 0.- ' - • • a < ■ ArrlveSan - S Pedro. "Z' ' v I j ! 3 p a < „ Arrive Sla _ y, Monica. ~' z|li 1 S I 3 n *\ o «- — — 3 — ie c?>o 0 Leave San 2""" = — FrauolHco. o=:: I* I 1 1 " < i ml ml isjjfljsjje}] < z - z - CJ=> c - ~ <O<o-<3<o< Both steamerscall at Port Hanord(San Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara; also, on down trip, at Anaheim Lauding for freight only. Trains to connect with up steamer 4" at Santa Monica leave Los Augeles at 9:45 a.m. , Los Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THK STEAMEItS Anc?n and Orizaba Leave Sauta Mon ca and Han Pedro for San Diego, March 21. 2!>, ;iO, April 4, 9, 11,49,24,89. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Augeles f >rSau Pedro at 3.i5 P. m,, Los Augeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable in Gold.) Cabin, Steerage. To sau Francisco |IA 00 $10 00 To Port Harford 12 00 1) 00 To Santa Barbara 8 IU H M) To Ssu Diego 8 50 0 50 Plans of stearaers'eablus at agent's office, where berths may bo secured. FOR WAY FORTH. The steamer Constautlne leaves San Buenaventura and Sauta Barbara for San Francisco every Sunday, calling at all way ports. Freight steamers leave Sau Francisco for Sin Diego and way ports about every ten days, carrying sock, combustibles, etc. For Passage or Freight as f hove, or for tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports. Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Ageut, Oflice, No. 66} Main street, over tbe Commercial Bank, Los Angelas. SOUTHERN PACIFICRAILROAD JxAj '|i]tfatt™"'yßftfl —AND— H '1' It A M X 14 s. Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. ■ ♦-• * ■ ■— m Important Change of Time On and after Monday, Ucc.17th.1877, and until further notice, tram, win run every day as lollow.: LEAVE LOS ANGELES: FOX— AKUIVE. Wilmington 10:33 A. M. 11:55 A. M. Sau Francisco 1:15 P. M. 18140 P. M. *' Accoua'dutlou 10:35 A. M. 7:30 a.m. Yuma „ 2'.'tb p. hi. 7:00 a.m. Wlliniuglon 3:30 " 4:05 p. M. SantuAua 4:00 " (i:lu " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: Leave— ahkive. Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Sauta Ana 0:30 A. M. 8:50 " Wllniiuxtou 7:45 " 0:10 " Wilmington 1:00 p. M. StSOP.K. Sau Fraucisco 4:00 " 1:55 " " Accom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 A.M. Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting with Kteuinern for Aubrey, Klireiiberg and luiermedlate land! nga on the Colo rado about three times per month. Sleeping cars will be run dally. Travis will be run by Sau Fraucisco time. T. H. GOODMAN, len'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. tV.TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. li. K. HKWiri'. Ass't Suu't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY. OCT. 15th, 1877, trains wlil run dully ou this road as follows: Leave SP Arrive Leave Arrive in Depot SII Depot S. Mulca 3. Mulea L Angel. L. Angel's 10 A. M 10:00 A. M. II 8 A.M. 11l A.M. 8.45 r.M.|3:2S P. M. ||2:' is P.M. |4:45 P.M. On steamer days trains will connect with the P. 0. Steamship Co.'s steamers for Sau Francisco and Sun Diego. See their advertisement. WM. J. L. MOULTON, 014 tf Ass't Sup't. BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR THK HOLIDAYS, Can be found In Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THE POPULAR STORK OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. novltf MISCELLANEOUS. DR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls," hut are specifics in the diseases lor which they are recommended. NATURAL SKLE TION.-luv.silgut ors of natural science have demonstrated beyond controvor-y t hat thr.uighout tlie animal kingdom the "survivalof the Ill test" Is the only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpel ulty, Does not the same principle govern t he commercial pros perity of man? An Interior cannot su persede a superior article. Uv reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines nave outrival led all othets. Their sale In the United states alone ex ceeds one million dollars per annum while the amount expOited fonts up to several hundred thousand more. No business could grow to such gigantic pro portions and re.-t upon any other basis than that of merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is Pleasant to I'se. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its cures extend over a pel lod of 20 years. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its sale constantly iiicrea cs. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by Its mild, soothing effect. Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures "Cold lv Head" and Catarrh, Ol O zee v a. AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. HookpoßT, Mass., April 2, 1877. Mit. Editok:— Having read in your pa per icpotts of the remarkable cures of ca tarrh, I am Induced to toll " what I know about catarrh," und I fancy tho "snuff" and "Inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would bo glad If they could emblazon a similar cure In the papers. For 20 years 1 suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages bccuinecoinpletcly closed. "Snutl," "dust," "ashes," "Inhaling* tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work, though at intervals I would suift up the so-called catarrh snutl, until 1 became a valuable tester for such medicine*', I gradually grew worse, nnd iv one can know how much I suffered or what a misorable being I was. Myheadnched over my eyes until I was confined to my bed for many successive days, sutTering the most Intense pain, which at one time lasted continuously for 168 hours. All sense of smell and taste gone, sight and hearing impaired, body shrunken and weakened nervous system shat tered and constitution broken, and 1 was hawking and spitting seven-eighths of (he time. I prayed for death to relieve me of my suffering. A favorable notice In your paper ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in duced me to purchase a package and use it with Dr. Pieree'S Nasal Douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres sure, the only way compatible with com mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure me in three-iourths of a second, nor inonebour or mouth, but In less Ihan eight ml utiles I was relieved, and in three months entirely cured, and have remained so over sixteen months. While using tbe Catarrh remedy, I used Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu rify my blood nnd strengthen my stom ach. I also kept my liver active and bowels regular hy the use of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets, if my experience will induce other snffereri to seek tho same means of relief, this letter will have an swered its purpose. Yours truly, S. D. REMICK. A CLOUD OF WITNEKSES.-Tuo fol lowing named parties are among the thousands who have been cured of ca tarrh by the use ol Dr. Base's Catarrh Remedy: A F Downs, New Geneva, Pa; D J Brown. St Joseph, Me; E CLewis, Rutland, Vt; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake, Ohio; ChasNorcrop.rs'ih Chesterfield,Me; Milton Jones, cenba, N V; J E Miller, Brldger Station, Wy ; J C uerrlmnn, Lo gansport, Ind; M M Post, Logttusport, Ind;.! W Batley.Tremonl, Pa; li B Ay res, La Porle, Ind; Jessie M Wears, r t Branch, Ind; I. Williams. Canton. Missouri; W A Thayer, Onarga, Hi; s B Nichols, Jr, Gal veston,Texas; Jonas F lleinert, Stones ville, Pa; S W Lusk, McFar!and, Wis; Johnson Williams, lielinlck, Oiilo; Mrs M A Curry. Trenton. Term: J(J Josllu, Keene, N H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W Va; Louis Anders, uaysport,Ohio; c II Chase, Elkhart, Ind; Mrs Henry Huight, San Francisco, Cal; Mrs E M Galhisha, Lawreneevllle, N V: W J Orahani, Adel. Iowa; A O Smith, Newnan, (ia; Otnu E Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car lisle. Ind; Dan'l B Miller, Ft Wayne,lnd; Mrs Minnie Arnalse, i.tw lielaney sr. New York; II W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Win F Mars ton, Lowell, Mass; i W Uoberls, Maricopa, Ariz; Chas s Delaney, Harrls burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell, Mass; Mrs C J Spurtln.Cainden, Ala; Charles F Kaw, Frederlcktown, Ohio; airs Lucy Hunt ington, Furmlugton,lll; Capt E S Bpauld- Ing, Camp Btambangh, Wyo; I W Tracy, Steamboat Rock, Iowa; Mis Lvdia Waite, Shushan.N V; J M Peek, Junction Cily, Mont; Henry Ebe, Banias, Cal; L BOu tu rnings, Ranloul, HI; S Hi Jones, Charles ton Four Corners, N V; Geo F Hall, Pueb lo, Cal; WmßUartrle, Sterlln/, Pa: li £ Eb0n,948 Perm St, Pittsburg, Pa; Jit Jackman, Samuel's Depot, K\ ; Henry Zobrist,(ieneva, N V; Miss Battle Pat rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L i edbrook, Chathuni, 111; s B McCoy. Nash port, Ohio; W W Warner, Noiih Jackson, Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darlen, Wis; John Zelgler, Carlisle Sjirings, Pa.; James Tompkins,BtOloUd.Minn: Enoch Duer, Pawnee Cllv, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xenia, Ohio; sßN.chois, Gaij st Texas; n I, Laird, Upper Alton, HI; John Davis, Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy (irabum. Fin est Grove, Ogr. Golden Medical Discovery Is alterative, or blood-o!ettnstng. Golden Medical Discovery Is Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholaitognp, or Liver Btlmnlant. Golden Medical Discovery Is Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of Its alterative properties, cures Diseases of the Blood uud hkln, as BeiOfUla.or Kind's Evil; Tumors: Clcers, or Old Soreti; Blotches, l'l tuples and Etuptions, By virtue ot Its Pectoral properties it cures Broiichtal, Throat and Luugutteclions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs, ami Chronic Laryngi tis. Its Cnolagogue properties, render it an unequal remedy for biliousness; Tor pid Liver, or "Liver Com plaint;" and its Tonic properties make It equally effioa- ' clous in curing Indigestion, Loss ol Ap petite nnd Dyspepsia. Where the skin is snllow and covered with blotches and pimples, or where there are serolulous, swellings and affec tions, a few bottles of Golden Medical Discovery will effect an enthe cure. If you feel drowsy, debilitated, have sallow ' colurof skin or yellowish-brown spotson 1 lace or body, Irequeut headache or dizzi ness, bad tasie in mouth, internal heat, or chills alternated with hot. Hushes, low spirit* and gloomy forebodings, irregular ' apue'.lta and tongue coated, you are suf fering from torpid Liver or Biliousness, in many cases of Liver Complaint, only partof these symptoms are experienced. As a remedy for all such eases, Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as It effects perfect cures,leaving tho liver strengthened and healthy. THE PEOPLE'S MEOICALSERVANT DR. R. V.PIERCE is the sole proprie tor and manulMcturer of thR foregoing remedies, al I of which are sold by drug gists'. He is also tho author ot the Peo ple's Common Sense Medical Advisor, a work of nearly 10C0 pages, with 252 *ood : engravings pnd colored plates He has already Fold o' this popular work l Over 100,000 Copies! PRICE, (post-paid) : : : $l 60 AJJre s: R. V. PIERCE, Nl. D., World. Dfupen.nry, Buffalo, N.Y. mrs-eod-ii*«-ly LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Harris Newuiarlc, Meyer J. Ni-wmark, Ku->pur Cohu anil Morris A. Newinarlt. partners co i v ]<■ i-i tr; the llrm oi 11. Ne#mark a Co., Plaintiffs, va. f. p. k. Temple ol nl., Defendant*. - (*eveh tecum District Court, UKOKR and BY VUtTCK ok v derive ol' hnvciosn.e mi I order of sale entered in the District Court »f the s»v n teonth Judicial DWtilCt ol the Mat" of California, in and (or the county of Los Angeles un the 21 at day of August. A, D. W77) i» the above an titled oast- and In flavor of Harris Newmn k, Meyer J. Newmark, Kaspsr Conn nnu llorris a. Newmark, compiling thJ tlrni of IL Newmarn A Co., plain tills, und against F. f. F. Temple et ul., de fendants, v rertilled copy whereof, duly attested undur the seiiiofsald court on (he (ih day of March, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me on ih« tt&th day of Muroh, A. D. is7s, whereby i tun com manded in sell at public auotton, to ihe highest anil best bidder, tin cash in 11. H. gold cola, the fotlowing ami in said do oree tfestsribed real esta** *, t > wi.: All that certain real property lying and being and situate lv the city and county of i.os Angdlet, State of California, bounded and deserlbod as follows: Hounded hy Mam, Spring and Market streets, and being thai niece of property commonly known as the Temple Illock, aud hy virtue of tho proper order Of said Court of date 13th March, 1878, attached to said copy of suid deeroe. Public nolle • Is hereby given that oil MONDAY, THE li-Sil DAY OK APBTIj, A. D. IS7B, At I- o'clock in on, I wilt proceed 10 sell al the Courl House door, In the city aud couniy tit Los Afgeles, Slate of Califor nia, at public unct ion, lo the highest and best bidder, for cash in U. S. nold coin to satiety said decree for prin cipal. Interest, OOSts, attorney's lees and all accruing costs, all the above d user, bed real property. (liven under mv baud, ut Ln* Angeles* this 21th day of March, A. I». IS7S li. M. MITCHELL, mr2o tJ Sheriif. Dissolution of Co-Partncrship. The co-partnership bereU fore existing between C, F. Heiuzuman und 11. S. Orme, under the llrm name of C. F. Helnseman A C0.,1s this day dissolved by mutual consent, 11 s. orme having sold his entire Interest lo It. W. Ellis, and solicits for tlie new firm of Heiuze man a Kills a continuance of t lie former liberal patronage. Alldeblsduv '\ F. Ildnzemnn A Co. will be collected immediately by C. F. Helnseman, nnd all liabilities, will he paid by C. F. Ileinzeman and IL S. Orme, if present* d within nineiv days. C F. HEINLE MAN. 11. s. ORM k. Dated Los Augeles, March 25, IS7S. nih2S lvi Certificate of Co-Parlnershlp. Know all men by these presents, That we, Charles F. Heinzeman, residing in the city of Los Angeles, county ol Los Angeles, and Richard W. Kills, residing In tlie city of Los Angelas, county of Los Angeles, Stato of California, do hereby certify and declare that we have organ ized and formed ourselves into a co-part nership, and we covenant aud agree, each wiih tlie oilier, to be co-partners tor the purpose of carrying on and conduct ing the business of wholesale and retail druggist*- In do city of i.os Angeles, county of Los Angeles, (State of Califor nia, under the llrm name of Heinzeman A Ellis. That the principal place of business of said co-partnership is situated in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and State aforesaid. That the names of all Ihe persons In terested as partners In such bURt nt IS are above stated and signed hereto, and thai such partnership will continue and bo In force until lull her notice hy us. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 2Mb day of March, Ai D. 1878. C. F. HEINZEMAN, [Seal.] m 2; Iw It. V. ELLIS. [Seal.] STATE OFCALIBORNIA, l M Couniy of Los Angeles.) Ou this 25th day of March, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seven tv-eigbt, before me, A. \V. Potts, County Clerk and ez-officlo Cleric of the county Court,ln and fbr tiie said county of Los Angeles, personally appeared Charles F. Helnseman and Richard w. Bl lis, known to me to bo the samo persons whose names are subscribed to ihe within iv- PtrUment,and acknowledged to me that I they executed tbe same. lv Witness wheieof, I have hereunto set my band and affixed my official sea', the day and year in this certificate first above written. [Seal ] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIM PA U, Deputy. Los Angeles Oil Company. Location of Principal Place of Business, Los Augeles, California—Local lon of Works, Ventura County, California, Notice is hereby given I hat at a meet ing of the Hoard of Di rectors ot tins company, held on the 20th day of March, ISTS, an as sessment ( No. 3 ) of twenty - live cents pa* share was levied upon the cap ital stock of the company, payable im mediately, in V, S. gold coin, to the Sec retary, at room No. 15, Downey Block, city o| Los Angeles. Any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid on .the 2lth day of April, 1878*, • will be delin quent and advertised for sale at public uuotlon;and unless payment Is made be fore will be sold on ihe 11th day of May, 1878, to Day the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertis ing and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of DlrCCtoiß. WM. J. NKF.LY, Secretary. Los Angeles, March 21tt, is~s. raSMw Dissolution Notice. The pub) Id are I ere by notified (hat the partnership heretofore subsistlug be tween H, s. Blcknell and D. H. Farqubar, as proprietors of the Pacific iloiel, is tblS day dissolved, F. S, Blcknell retir ing. All claims against the late llrm will bo settled by I>. B. Faiquhar, who will continue the business at the old stand. K. S. BICKNKLL. D. B. FAKQCHAK. Los Angalet, March 1, IS7B. mrs-lw NOTiei. - To all whom It may concern: I have this day sold to Joan Begue iho "Fashion Obop House;" Ihattho undersigned will pay all debts to date and collect all cred its, and tbe f aid Jean Regno will hereaf ter carry on said business for himself, PIBTRO MARCOVICH. March 27, 187 S. mrsB-2w In Iho Probate Court, Of tlie County of Los Angeles, ►State of Crtlifornitt. In the matter of tho estate of George B. Keyes, deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. II appearing to the Judge of-said Court by the petition thin day presented and tiled by <_'. U. Keyes, Ihe administrator of tbe estate of Oeorge B. Keyes, deceas ed, praying for an order of sale of the real estate, that it is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate to pay (ho debts, expenses and charges of administration of said o-tate. it is therefore ordered by tbe Judge of said Court ihat all persons Interested In the estate of said deceased appear I c lore tho said I'robato Court oa FRIDAY, THE 20tji DAY OF A PHI L, A. I). 1878, At ten (.'clock in tho forenoon nt said day, at the Court Boom of (said Probate Court,St tin Court House, in the cily and county of Los Angples, to show cause why an order should not be granted to tho HHld administrator to sell so much of ! the real ostate of tbo said deceased as , shall bo necessary. And that a copy of Oils order be published atjeast four successive weeks in tlie Los A ugeles Dally Herald, a news paper published and printed in said Los Angeles county. (Signed) * ALBERT M. STEPHENS. Probate hut to. Duted March 28 h, 1878. m 1)90-4W /X J A A A U:>lnr V> ll* 1111111 """"I w i«ll i vi HU|.l~.a<Mdat<i 3b I #II|I'»>- ! >|"" ai #1J ■ jf| 11 11 at.amf. A UUAHTS CO., Mo.'2, ▼ •■W W *, 0A t» Uomn Si, ClaolußaU.-*' ag22 LEGAL. LN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK Seventeenth Judlolal Districtof the state of California, in uud for the county of Los Angeles, Prudent Beaudry, plalntlir, agulmt F. I. I, 'i emplo et al.. defendants. Action brought in the District Court ol the seventeenth Judicial District of the istuteof California, In ami for the couniy 01 Los Angeles, and tbeoomptotnl Died in said county of Los Angeles,ln the olllce ol the Clerk of said District Court. The people of the Stale ot California scud greeting to Joseph cast ro ami Mary K. McClellan, James K. McC'lellan, Surah I. McClellan und Anim McClellan, mi nors, and George B. Beil,Charles J. Ellis, Ben lam lv F. Thompson John Erring lon, Ueorge A. Temple, delendanls. SOU are hereby required to appear in an BOtlon brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in tbe District Court ol the Seventeenth Judicial District 01 the Stale of California, in aud for the Couniy ot'Los Angeles, anil to answer the com plaint (tied thereto, within ten days (ex clusive of the day of service) ufler tlie service on you of this summons—it served within this County; or, if served out ot (his County, but in this District, within twenty dais; otherwise, within forty days —or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said Joniplaint. Tho said action is brought to obtain a decree from this Court thotacertaln deed executed hy plaintiff to F. p. F. Temple, on tlie 21si day of November, 1874, Which purports to convey from plaintiff to sell K« P. F. Temple certain lots or parcels id' land Situate in the city and couuty ot Los Angeles, as described in complaint, be declared to have been so executed erron eously and t b rough in ad vertency and mistake, and that said deed becorrecled and v formed so that the property there in and thereby to lie conveyed be de scribed as further Set forth in said com plaint, and that such further or ot her re lief he granted to plaintiff in the prem it) ci as may he equitable and Just. Reference is bad to complaint (61 par* Lieuhirs. And yon are hereby notified that if you (all to appear and answer the said com plaint as above required, the said plaint ut will apply to the Court for the relief de* mandeu iv suid complaint. Given under my hand ami the seal of tho District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District or the State of California, In and for tlie couuty of Los Angeles, this x9th day oi December, In the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven. [seal 17th District Court.] A. W. POTTS, Cleik. By JAMES 0. KAYS, Deputy Clerk. Howard, Biousseuu A Howard, Attor neys tor Plaintiff. fe27-2m-w MORTGAGE SALE. Seventeenth District Court - Sedgwick J. Lynch, Plain HIT, VS Wilson Beach, George R. Butler and 1. w. Hell man, beiondauls. UNDER AND BY' VRITi X OF a decree of foreclosure aud s«l • entered in the District Courl of the Seventeenth Judicial District Ofthe State of Calilornia. In and for Los Angeles county, on the Oth day of March, A. D. 1878, In t he above entitled c ise, aud lv favor 01 Sedgwick J. Lynch, plaintiff, and against Wilson Beach, defeudant, a certillt d copy whereof, duly attested uu der the seal of said court on the 7th day of March, A. D. 187 S. and delivered to me on the same day, whereby I amcommaanded lo sell at public auc tion, to t he highest and best bidder, for cash in IT. s. gold coin, t he following and In said decree described real estate, to wit: Ail Hie right, title and interest of the said defendant, Wils >n Beach, of. in and lo all those lots, pieces and paicel* of land situated iv the said rmnty of Los Angeles, State ol California, hounded aud described as lollows, to-wit: All of sections three, ten, eleven, twelve, fifteen, twenty, twenty-one and twenty-two, fractional sections fourteen and twenty-three and tin; west half of section twenty-eight, all iv township two south range nine, west Han Bernardino Meridian. Also, all that part of the Rancho L>>s Nogales as finally confirmed to Maria Josus de Garcia et al, and more particularly describe-! in the survey of ■aid rancho by Wm. P. Reynolds, June, 1873, and described In the map of t-al 1 suivcy as lot one, containing 33 acres; lot two, containing !08 40-100 acres aud lot t hive,containing ftG 12 100 acres, and those lots not nunihoicd containing res pectively f)8 0.1-IUO acres and 42 87-100 acres; and also hinds adjoining said rancho and designated by said survey an tract cou talnlng 61 H-li O acres, and tract, coutaln - lug B 7S-10U acres, said last two mentioned tracts being the land on which tho bouse and vineyard of ft. Vejar were situated, Which lands as above described and de signated by said survey above referred to, are more particularly d scribed by the following deeds, to* at selptlons in which u«-e hereby referred to and made part hereof lor i 111 (her description: (1) Deed from 1* Vejar and M/lfa 10 Wilson Beach, dated I2ih March, 1.572. recorded In Hu.ik 10 of Deeds, page tlttt, et seq; (2) deed from Ramon Velar ot ux to W lleuch et ul, dated 20.h March, 1872, recorded In Book 20 of Deeds, page3il, et seq: (3) Deed from Hit* trd.» Yt jai et al to W Beach etal, dated 31st July, is;;l, rec mled in Book 2j of Deeds, page (>2O; tl) Deed from Ramon Vejaretuxto w Beach el al, dated 81st J ly, ls7;i p recorded in Book 2> of Deeds, pageidti; (5) Deed from Ricardo Vejar et al 10 W Beach, dated 20th August, 1871, recorded iv Itook 81 Ol Deeds, page 139,61 seq; tt.) Deed from R Vejar el al to W Beacn,dated AugrstL'y, 1874, reeored In Book 31 oF Heeds, pa:<o 110 el seq; (7) Doeil from F Vejar et n < to W Beach et al, dat ed SStb Ifebrunty« l*7"i, loeorded in Hook 35 of Deed*, page 2SI; and also all that 17 tit'-100 acres, being part of said rancho and moieparticularly described in deed of Francisco Vejar et ux to \V Beach, of date 29th August, 1871, and recorded in Book 31 of Deeds, page 138 et seq; all or the (Oreg ring references being to the rec ords of tald Los Angeles 0 unity. Public notico Is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE Ut DAY OK APRIL, A. D. IS7S, At 12:30 o'clock P If., I will proceed to sell, ut 1 lie Courl House door, In the city and -county of Los Angfcies, stale* of California,at publio auction to Hie highest and best bidder for cash in IT. S. gold coin, lo satis fy said decree for principal, interest, attorneys' fees, costs aud all accruing costs,all the above described real estate. Given under my baud,at Los Angelos, Oils 7th day of March, A. D. 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL, mtS Id Sheriff, Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, etc, STATE OK CALIFORNIA, }In t||« Pro- O nnty of Los Angeles, j" bate Court. 11l tho Mutter of the Estate of O. B. WII SOD, (Jecoascd. I y\l BSUANT TO AN* ORDER OF Til Is X Court made tbls duy, notice Is here by given Ihut Wednesday, Ihe 27th day uf Mai eh, A. H. 187*. at 10 o'clock A. It. of said day, at the Court room of this Court, in the cily anil county of L's Ange les,has been appointed for hearing the ap plication of Catherine Wilson, praying til ut a document now on file in t his court, purporting to be Iho last will and testa ment of o. B. Wilson, deceased, he admitted to probate, nnd that lei tors testamentary be i>sued there on to paid Cmtherlne wilson, at which thm; and place all persons Interested therein may appeal cod 'on test tiie samo. Match ii, 1878. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By E. IL Owkn, Deputy Clerk. mhVIOt Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, Etc. QTATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNT> IO ot Los Angeles.— In tho Probato : Court. In tho matter of Ihe e.'.tate of 1 B. D. Wilson, decensed. 1 Pursuant to an orderof this Court made this day, notice Is hereby given thut Monday, the Ist day of April. A. H. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M of said day, at the Court Room of this Court, In the city and couuty ol Los Angeles, has been ap pointed for hearing the appll ea'lon of J. de Barth shorb and Margarets. Wilson, praying that a doc ument now 011 file iv tbls GVurt, purport ing to he the last will and testament , of B. I). Wilson, deceased, be admitted to probate and that let- j ters testamentary be Issued thereon to tho said J. de Barth Snorb and Marga ret s. Wilson, at which lime and place all , persons lnlercsted theieln may appear , and contest the same. , Dated March lUth, 1878. A. W. FOTTS, Clerk. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy Clerk. m2O-10t i ">:..rjl. ? l. -ill bu, Hi.». , ..A— .*»!'■ M.i D 9 Wfk Ink! (nil 1'.ru.1,.., H |, I. ~ , , ' k H "' Jt U,. .MfUrfel 1 ■■WT)\UIS IiVIUWtH'K." wl U> other Afaf fM« Mll!a« 1 fctlwlrt •■ Fnrtuu- Ch«rt'' tie wM for ft WM ! r>unj>L 01, vi. wm% Hikd pclal t%r4 f r f\i)l N 11,-1 4 I. »m .rT.Lii(,ui.oti nin.lu vii) .an furnlfh uruupU* u> utliila ■ in. Ibf Ufhli ut omuumm, of Am.rl ,r, ( ,t Faratn m.ku U U SRVANT, Hi.li. M.nulacuru. 103 . (flileßSft LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. F. P F. Temple, Guardian of Bernardo Vorba et al, I'ltilntitls, vs. M. Keller el al, Defendants — seventeenth Disirl/t * ou i f. Under aud by virtue of a decree of foreclosure aud order of Hale entered in the District Court of (be Seventeenth Ju dicial District of the Stale ol California, In and ior Los Angeles county,on the 20th day ol December, A. It. 1877, In ihe above entitled cane and In favor of F. P. F. Temple, guurdian of liernardo Yorba and Javier Yorbi, minors, aud Bernardo Yorba and Javier Y'orba, minors, by X P. F. Temple, their guurdian, Plain tltr, und agalust M. Keller, Eliza Keller, his wife, John lioe, Hluhard Koe and Johu Hoe, delendanls, a certified copy whereof, duly attested under the seal ut said Court on the Ist day of February, A. 1). 1878, aud delivered to me ou the same day,.whereby I urn commanded to sell at public auction to (he highest and best bidder, for cash In If. s. gold coin, the* following and In said decree d-scribed real estale, lo wit: 'J he following described piece, parcel or tract of land lying aud being In Hie city and couniy of Los Angeles, State Ol California, bounded aud described urn lollows, to wit: Commencing on the road which runs from the city of Los Angeles to San Pedro iMiichtt, knowu as the Domlnguez Boud. al the south west corner of the vlneyaid loimerlyof John Rowland; thence run ning along the lineofialdßowland,ooune noith WdegreestO minutes east, twenty four (Ui> chains eleveu (11) links; thence course south 20 degrees 15 minutes east, nineteen chains aud twenty «0> links; I hence north tU deg east noventyVo)llnks; thcuce south lv degrees east, twelve chains ana seventy t7O) links, to a roa«i (hat divides the lands herein described from those of Manuel Coronet; thence south 81 degrees -ii minutes west twenty seven (27i ciialus twelve (12) links to the aforesaid Han Pedro Road, and thence north I2deg west twenty-six (28) chains and thirty-live links, to tho place of be ginning, coutain ing seventy-six and Wi-100 acres ol land, as surveyed by Wil liam Moore, City and Couniy Surveyor, March, IHitf, together with alt aud slugu - lar tho tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or iv any wise appertaining. Public notice la hereby given that ou MONDAY, THE 25th DAY OK FEBRUARY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock noon, I will proceed to sell, at the Court House door, lv the city and county of Los Angeles, stute of Call - fornia, at public auction, to the bighorn and best bidder, for cash lv U. s. gold coin, lo satisfy said decree for principal, interest, costs, attorneys* fees, aud all ac cruing costs, all tbo abovo described real estate. Given under my baud, at Los Angeles tlilt&J day of renruary. A. 1). IS7B, D. Wi ALEXANDER, leStd Shtjiitl. The abovo sale Is hereby postponed un til Wednesday thu Ist day of May, A. 1). 1878, at the suine time and place. H. W. ALEXANDER, Sheritl. Hated Los Angeles, Feb. 1:5,1878. mortc^eValeT seventeenth Disirlct Court—J, M. Grltr.tli und Seuiiwi.-k .1. Lynch, Plaintiff, vs. Alexander Heury and Wm. 11. lleniy, I'eleudautH. Under and by vlrtuo ol v decree of foreclosure aud Hale, ent. red In tho Dis trict Courl o: the seventeenth Judicial District ol ihe Rtntenl California, in and lOr Los Angelts county, on the loth day of January, A. D. 1878, In the at>ove enti tled case, and In lavoi oi J. M. urltlllh and Sedgwick J. Lynch, uluiutlfls. and against Alexander Henry and Win, H Henry, drfeudnnls, a certlded copy whereof, duly attested under the leul of said Court on tue7lh day ol March, A.l). 1878, and delivered tome on iliu same day, whereby I am commanded to «ell a' public auction, to the highest and bent bidder, lor cash iv U. S gold coin, the fol lowing and In said decree described real ostate, to wit: All that certain tract of tend, sltua'e In Ihe couniy of Los Angeles, stateor Cal ifornia, aud being a portion of the ltah cho San Juan Cu.luu de Simla Ai.n, sa:d portion being described as f ltows.lo win The southeast quarter of the MUthPaM quarterof section Hi mber seven (7>, ami the southwest quarterof the MMItnwVM quarter of -ectlun number eight |8) In township number four (1) south of Hih base line, ruuge number ten (lv) we„l i.f the San Bernardino meridian, and gott talniag eighty (801 arres of land. Public notice ii hereby given that oq MONDAY, THK lot DAY OF ACRID, A. D. IH7B, At 12 o'clock uoon.lwill proceed to sell ill the Court House door, in the City and County of Los Angeles, Stato of California, ai public auction, to the highest and best bid der, (or cash in United States gold coin, to. satisfy said decree (or principal, interest, attorney's foes, costs, and all 100 ruing costs, all the abovo described real estate. Given under my hand at Los Augolts, this 7lh duy of March, A. I». 1878. M. M. MITCHELL, in i Till Shorn!. Sheriff's Sale. Seventeenth District Court—W. 11. Perry, W. Word worth aud S- H. Mott, com posing the tirm of Perry, Wondworth * Co., PlnintHbi, vs. Terenco McUee aud Ellen Metier, Defendants. Under aud by virtue of a decree of fore closure uud sale entered In the District Court of ihe Seveuteentb Judicial Dis trict of the Stale ot California, lv and for the county of Los Angeles, ou the 71 n day of February, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled case aud In favor of W. H. Perry, W. Wood worth aud S. H. Mott, composing tbe dim ol Perry, Woodworth A Co., plain tills, and ugainst Ter ence McUeu and Ellen McUee, defendants, a certlfled copy where of, duly attested under the Neat of nab! courl on the 13th day of March, A. D. 1878, and deliver*d to me on the hjtb day of March, A. I>. 1878, aud under and by vlrtuo of thn order of snle made iv said cause by said court March 13th, 1878, and delivered to me March l<;, 1878, whereby 1 am commanded to sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash lv U. S. gold coin, the following and in said decree described real estate, to-wit: That cerlalu piece or parcel of hind situate in the city and county of Los Angeles, Stalo ot California, described as follows, to-wlt: Lola tweuly-one (21) and twunty-iwo (2.'| iv block Bof the Desnoyers tract, for a more particular de scription of whi"h reference In bad to Book No. 11, page (12, Miscellaneous itec ords of Los Angeles county. Public notice Is hereby given that on SATURDAY, THE 13th DAY pK APRIL, A. D. 1878, At 12o'clock noon, I will proceed to sell ut the Court House door, in the city aud county of Los Angeles, state of Callfqr* nla, at public auction to' the highest and best bidder for cash In U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal, attorneys' fees uud Interest, costs, and all nccruiug costs, ull tbe right, title and inteiestof said defendants, Terence Mc- Uee and Ellen McUee, in and to all the above described roal estate. Given under my hand, this lflih day ot March, A. D. 1878. A H. M. MITCHELL, Sheriff. Los Angeles, March 10,1878. mlOld Notice to Creditors. ESrATEof JENNIE G. KINLEY, Deceased. Notico Is hereby given by the under signed, (I. Klnley.) administrator ol tho estate of Jennie U. Kln ley, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against thusald deceased,to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within lour months after the first publication of this notice, to the suld administrator at the olllce of O'Melveny A Trantum, In the city and couuty of Los Angeles. Dated March Itjtn, 1877. I. KINLEY. Administrator of the estate of Jennie U. Klnley .deceased. mr.9-w4w Notice of Co-Partnership. This Is to certify that Georgo C. Eagan aud W. it. Standefer, both of RaUwbito, Los Angeles county, California, have formed a co-partuershlp. to be known us Eagan A Standefer, for the purpose of transacting a geueral mercantile busi ness at Hanchito, Los Angeles county, California, theaame being their princi pal place of buhluess and their residence, und the full names ef the said partners being us above specified. W. H. STANDEFER. mr6-w4w GEO. C. K,>ua\ NOTICE. " My wife, Mrs. O. A. Lewis, having left my bed and board without any cause, I hereby notify the public that I will not pay auy debts contracted by her utter tho 4th day of March, 1878. DAVID C. LEWIS. El Monte, March 6, 1878. 1017-104