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DISINTEGRATION. A Stormy Session of the Kearney State Cen tral Committee—Tbe Great Agitator De nounced aia Liar—He is Accused of Aiming »t a Dictatorship-Roundly [Sated and Greatly Chop-Fallen—The Elements of Dis integration Assert Themselves. The Kearney Worbingnieu'a State Central Committee met in San Francisco on Saturday night, and had a very stormy session. M. C. Baker, formerly of this city, figured in the acrimonious discus cuseion. It seems that Kearney bad fixed up a programme iv the Open Letter office by which lead ing members of the clubs, tbe members of the committees aud of tbe conventions were made ineligi ble to election as delegates to the Constitutional Convention. The proposition was hurriedly adopted at tho previous meeting, but ou Saturday night a motion was made to reconsider tbe vote. Knight offered tbe motion, anil in doing so made a very spirited and bitter attack upon Dennis Kearney, charging him with Ciesarism, aud intimating that he bad sold out tbe party. Lioeban followed iv tbe same strain, and Baker insisted that all secret matters should be brought out. Kearney at last got the floor. Kearney—Mr. Redstone in the Chair—l am surprised tbatso many members tumble down wbo advo cated tbe document last night. If 1,000 men called on Linehan to-day to protest against our action, they are only a drop in the bucket. If a man falls down so easily, then I will look ou him hereafter with suspicion. I want men who will face tbe gallows. If the party must die, it will not die in a closet, but at tbe sand lot. We want no men who will sell Jesus Christ for a glass of beer. Linehan—l hope you don't in clude me, in that. Kearney—l have the floor. Linehan insisted on having a categorical answer, and advanced menacingly towards Kearney, who, after resistance, said: "No, of course not." Baker—ls this the closet? Kearney (turning ou Baker) —I look ou you too with suspicioii. You came to the State Convention from Santa Clara county, and I iook on you as a traveiiug mer chantman. All the trouble in the world comes from shyster lawyers. Tbe idea of calling me au ignorant man! I can build, rig and navi gate a ship, and have read history since I was 12 years old. I never learned grammar and can't write a newspaper article, aud always get somebody to do it for me. 1 aint grammatical. Knight was left out of the Open Letter because lie was the editor of that scurrillous sheet, the Jolly Giant. Knight—Never! Kearney—You was! Knight—lt's a falsehood; I only wrote for it. Kearney—Everybody knew you were the editor. I have long sus pected you. Knight—l only wrote some arti cles for it. Kearney—l have long suspected you. Rooney—One reason why I sus pected Kearney was because he had au interview with Stanford, und did not account for it. Kearney—Last evening Knight said be joined tlie party for emolu ments. Knight—That is a lie! Don't tell stories about me, Mr. Kearney. Kearney—lt is so. Knight 'advancing and shaking his fist)— Don't tell falsehoods. [Disorder aud confusion.] What 1 did say was, that when i entered the movement I did so for its good, but if it wanted to give me emolu ments Kearney—Tain't so. (More dis order.) Knight hns been to the country and thinks hs is a big man, but he'll lind nut I can pull him down d—d quick when he gets back. Knight—That's right! Pull him dowu! Kearney—This man (Knight) lias got a fat ollice from a greedy cor morant who employs Chinese, Peter Donahue. I knew it months ago and asked liim If he was trying to break up the movement so that Donahue could get cheap gas. Now he is at tbe head of ihe Labor Union, Ihe new paper, aud 1 will swear to God that as long as Kear ney can raise his voice lie will kill that paper aud the men who run it. Now, that man there, (pointing to McCabe) is an interloper, and Mr Marchabout said McCabe was crazy. Marchabout—Kearney, tell tlie truth; Mr. President, it is not so. McCabe—This is tbe first time you have tackled nip, Kearney; and when you do so, I want, you to confine yourself to facts. Marchabout—l never said it. McCabe—You can't bulldoze me. A long discussion ensued, during which McCabe shook his list at Kearney aud deuouuced him as a liar. The controversy wa9 over a dispute in tlie Second Ward Club. After it was finished Kearney said: "I will take this matter out to the sand lots, and if the people don't sustain me I will resign. 1 don't want an oflice, and I wou't take one. There is not a man at the bead of this party in San Fraucis co that I would vote for, and if they have not got any more sta bility than they have got brains, then the quicker the parly dies the better. They have not got the brazen audacity that I have to push themselves forward. If I cannot get votes I will lead men down to the Pacitiu Mail Dock some day when a steamer is com ing in, and blow them and tiieir slaves to hell." He then attacked Knight and was called to order hy Rooney. Knight—The fact is you have beeu Cseiar long enough, Kearney, and it must be stopped. Kearney—l took you, Knight, into tbe movement from the Jdly Oiant because you could write, de spite tbe protestations of my friends. I made Knight. He was begging for bread. Knight—lt is a lie—a d-d lie. Nobody every saw me poorer dressed than 1 am vow, or begging for bread. Kearney—You were! Knight—lt Is a falsehood—a lie. Don't you lit! . A stormy scene theu ensued, dur ing which Knight shook his list in Kearney's face, calling hi in a liar about twenty times, and insisting that he never begged, and that il was a malicious falsehood. Kearney—Now this man, Ma- Cabe: I suspect him because he came into tbe State Convention falsely representing himself from the Typographical Union. McCabe—l denounce you as a liar. Kearney—Don't call me a liar! McCabe (shakiug his list iv Kear ney's face) —You are a liar, and don't you assail me. I know you are a liar, for you have been telling lies all night here. Kearney—l protest, Mr. Char mau, agaiust being called a liar. McCabe sprang into the floor to wards Kearney, who retreated. McCabe said, reaching for Kearney, "I call you a liar, for you are one." Kearney replied: "I suspect all the men at the ben 1 of this move ment, and will always tight them as I would tight my mother if she gave me cause. I will now give way, thanking you for your inten tion, submitting to the decision of the majority." McCabe—l regret, Mr. Chairman, to say that Mr. Kearney has fallen iv mv estimation to night below zero. I have heard his veracity criticised in print. He has made so many mistakes this evening that he has fallen low down. He is be coming a mau of suspicious and is growing suspicious of every man who ditters with him in opinion. One of the members of our Typo graphical Union (Oalvin) called at tention, in his Club, to the fact of the Open Letter only paying com positors forty cents per thousand instead of fifty, and for that lie was lampoouej and blackmailed with skull and crosshoues in that d—d, infernal, dirty, blackmailing sheet, the Open Letter. 1 say now, as I said then, that a man that does that is a dirty dog. Kearney—Thai is not pailiainoti- tary. McCabe—When Kearney started out iv those meetings at the taott lots, his abuse of Stanford and the Central Pacific Railroad Company was awful, but Kearney inter viewed Mr. Stanford aud lias uot used Stanford's name on the sand lots since. Kearney—Ah, yeej 1 have. Tlie papers have not reported it so. Kearney again took Ihe stand ami John Linehan got tlie iloor nud remarked, "Kearney says lie will view me with suspicion.' 1 Kearney—l'll take that back and say I may. Linehan—You saitl you would. I was unanimously elected President of the Seventh Ward Club. My countrymen know I am honest, and I don't care whether .Mr. Kear ney thinks lam or not. It is not In hil boots to view me with sus picion. My countrymen do not, aud if I eaii a mass meeting of my countrymen they will sustain me. If I am to be viewed witli suspi cion, I don't want anything more to do with the piirty. I don't care anything about tlie suspicion so far as coming from Mr. Kearney. I sliuli not be dietatid lo by him. La9t night I advocated the pas sage of these rules ou my own re sponsibility, aud my name was the only one that appeared in connec tion witli the rules, and to-duy 1 have been ussailed on ail sides witli the inquiries, "Has Kearney sold out, and are you a party to it?" I teil him that if I call a meeting of my countrymen I cau get a better backing than he can, and right here I challenge him to come before my countrymen. After a good deal of discussion, the vote to reconsider was carried, and a motion lo refer to the Htate Convention was earned by a vote of 7 to U, Kearney voting in the negative. Before a conclusion was arrived at — McCabe said that any man who denominated him as a traitor, or made a personal attack on him, be would hit l>l tlie mouth. Kearney denied having done anything of tbo sort. It was resolved to publish the call of tbe Committee. MISCELLANEOUS. FREE LECTURES. IBS. BMLLOWSKY Will give PBGC LECTURES lor one inonth.WKHNKsDAY A N DfSATUltDi.*' AFTERNOONS), al 2 o'clock, ON HEALTH, At her rooms, ct southeast corner of Sec ond und Olive streets. feW-l m Physiology and Phrenology. fIRS. BRILLOWSKY WILL QIVJB I* r lrat « Leet it i" o w At her rooms, southeast corner of Second and Olive streets, from lo a. m. to 4 p. m., on Physiology and Phrenology, ah per sons suffering from any kind of disease, male or female, should uot fail of con sulting Mrs. B , as she will answer all questions fjn Pyslology, All secreti kept inviolate. Persons wishing to consult Mrs. B. at their own residences, can leave their orders at Steers A: Baldy's Furniture Store, no Main street, opposite the Court House. OS-CHARGES MODERATE. lelO-lni LOS ANGELES Exotic Gardens & Nursery ®LOS ANOKLES STREET, in rear ot Cathedral. 2C I would respectfully announce to my old customers and the public generally that I have on hand and shall keep eve rythlng In ray line of business—TßEES, SHRUBS, PLANTS, elc, wholesale and retail,and at LOWEST PRICES. Orders from abroad promptly cxc mted and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de livered free of charge in tho city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, mr2-2m Formerly ShaeftW A Stengel. SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED FOR TWO OR THREE YEARS. FIRST < ASS JtANGK. PLENTY OF WATER. A.luresa RANCH, Heral 1 oflice. alB-2w A PrWsibTFGicXL - View of Marriage! ':.••"•••> w«iro?ic »„j KYefS X.l *'« k i'onrldci '>l 1n.'.,.„, an In, W ItJlJlg liw m ■ I l 1'"'"" m.rri.B. in, i au.r.lllit unfit (,„ |, .... cm, of Deproduptlon am Diaonat*., of Worm If B I.l*l Al tor private, ronald. 7 A JniVAIE ADVISFH' on nil diauriler. ol . Prip.lt Nat on .nam;/ Irom Sell Abuse, Excesa.e, nr aearet Dl.ea.ea, will, tha b..i in. in* nf runs EM lerfre nazea. price SO eta. A CI.INICAI. LEOTirBB on Ihe abort dlnaace .nd .rime of toe Throat and Lonaa, Catarrh,Bupture Ik. Op urn H.blt.ar., price lOete. l.i-liar book aent noat|iaiilon receipt ol price■. or all three, C"titaiiitnir.-i*l iiaßv.jJi. aiitij'ully liliutratcd, h>r 7.-, iv. Adursaa DU. BUTTS, Mo. la N. alii St. St. Louie, M» Mai MISCELLANEOUS. DR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are not a IverlUcd a* "cure-alls," but am specifics in tho discuses for IT bleb, they are recommended. XATUKAL SELECTlON,—lnvestigat ors of natural science have demonstrated beyond controversy that throughout tlie miimul kingdom the ''survival of tlie fit test" Is tlie only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not tiie same principle govern the comineicial pros perity of m:ui? Au interior cannot su persede a superior article. Hv reason of superior merit, Dr. I'ieree's Standard Medicines have outrivalled all otheis. Thelrsalein the United States alone ex ceeds one million dollars per annum while tiie amount exported fouts up to several hundred thousand more. No business could grow to such glgaulic pro portions and re.-t upon any other basis than that ol merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to Use. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy lis cures extend over A period of JO years. Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy lis sale constantly Increases. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by Its mild, soothing effect. Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures "Cold In Head" ami Catarrh, ot USfIMUL AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. IIOOXrOKT, Mass., April 2, 1577. Mli. KpiTOtt:— Having road in your pa per lepoits of ihe remarkable cures ot ca tarrh. 1 am induced to tell " what 1 know about catarrh," and I fancy the "snuff" and "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would be (tad if they could emulnzou a similar cure in the papers. For 2ti years 1 suffered with catairh. Tho nasal passages became completely closed. "SuuU," '-dust," "ashes," "inhaling tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work, tuotigh at intervals I would suit! up the so-called catarrh snuff, until 1 became a valuable tester for such medicines. 1 gradually grew worse, und in one can know how much 1 suffered or what a miserable being 1 was. My head ached over my eyes until I was con fined to my bed for many successive days, suffering the most intense pain, Which at one time lasted continuously for 1M hours. All sense, o t 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 the lime. I prayed lor death to relieve me ol my suffering, A favorable notice in your Dupef ol Suge's Catarrh Remedy in duced me to purchase npaukuge and use U with Dr. Tierce's Nasal Douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres sure, tlie ouly way compatible with com mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure me in three-iourths of a second, nor in one hour or mouth, but iv less than eight minutes 1 was relieved, aud in three months cutlrely cured, and nave remained so over sixteen mouths. While using the Catarrh remedy, I used Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu rity my blood and strengthen my stom ach. I also kept my liver active and bowels regular by tho use of his Tleasifut Purgative Pellets. If my experience will induce other sufferers to seek the same means of relief, this letter will have an swered its purpose. Yours ruly, S. D. KEMICK. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.-The fol* lowing named parties are among the thousands who have been cured of ca tarrh by tho use ot Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedyi A X Downs, New (Jeueva, la; D J Drown, St Joseph, We; E C Lewis, Rutland, VI; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake, Ohio; ChasNorcrop.N'lh Chest yrfleld, Me; Milton Jones, fcoriba, NY; J E Miller, liridgor station, Wy<»; J C Merriman, Lo* gansport, lnd; M M I'ost, Logauspoit, Did; J W Baiiey.Tremout, Pa; 11 D Ayres, L*t Porte, lnd; Jessie M Sears, b I Branch, lnd; L Williams, Cautou, Missouri; W A Thayer, Onarga, ill; SB Nichols, Jr, Gal veston, Texas; Jonas F Reinert, Stones ville, Pa; S W Lusk, McFarland, Wis; Johnson Williams, Helmick, Ohio; Mrs M A Curry, Trenton. Term; JGJoslin, Keeuc, N H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W Va; Louis Anders, Gaysport, Ohio; C H Chase, Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry llaight, San Francisco, Cal; Mrs E M Galhisha, Dawrenceville, N V; W J Graham, Adel, Iowa; A O Smith, Newuau, Ga; Cba* E Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car lisle, lnd; Dan'l B Miller, Ft Wayne,lnd; Mrs Minnie Arnaise, 2 I JO Delancy St, New York; If W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F Marslon, Lowell, Mass; 1 W Roberts, Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Delaney, Harris burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell. Mass; Mrs C J Spurtiu,Camden, Ala; Charles F Kaw, Frederlcklown, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt ington, FarmiugtonJH; Capt Ess Spauld ing. Camp Slambaugh, Wyo; 1 W Tracy, Steamboat Rock, Iowa; Mis Dydia Waite, shushan, N V; J M Peck, Junction City, Mont; Henry Ebe, Bantas, Cal; L BCuta mings, lianloul, 111; BK Jones, Charles ton FourCorneis, N V; Geo F Hall, Pueb lo,Cal; Wm E Dartne, Sterllu/, Pa; H E Ebon, OisPeun Ml, Pittsburg, Pa; J R Jack man, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zobribt, Geneva, N V; Miss liattie Par rot t, Montgomery, Ohio; D l edbrook, Chatham, ill; H B McCoy, Nashport, Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson, Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darien, Wis; John /elgler,Carlisle Springs, Pa.; James Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn: Enoch Duer, Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xeniu, Ohio; 8B Nichols, Galv*«ton.Texas; H L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John Daviv, Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For* est Grove, Ogp. Golden Medical Discovery Is alterative, or blood-cleansing. Golden Medical Discovery Is Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholatroguc, or Liver Stimulant. Golden Medical Discovery Is Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of its alterative properties, cures Diseases of the Blood and skin, a. Sciofula,or King's Evil; Tumors: Ulcers, or Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples aad Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral properties it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung;affections: incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngi tis. Its Cholugogue properties, reuder it an unequal remedy for biliousness; Tor pid Liver, or "LiverComplalui;" and its Tonic properties make it equally effica cious lv curing indigestion, Loss of Ap petite and Dyspepsia. Where the skiu is sallow and covered with blotches and pimples, or where there are scrotulous, swellings and affoc tlons,a few bottle* of Golden Medical Discovery will effect an entlie cure. If you feel drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin or yellowish-brown spots on (ace or body, irequent headache or dizzi ness, bad taste in mouth, Internal heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirit* und gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and tongue coated, you are suf fering from Torpid Liver or Biliousness. In many cases of Liver Complaint, only partof these symptoms are experienced. Asa remedy for all audi cases, Dr.Flerce's Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as Reflects perfectcures. leaving the ltver strengthened and healthy. THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT DR. R.V.TIERCE is the sole proprie tor and manufacturer of the foregoing remedies, all of which are sold by drug gislH. He is also the author ol the Peo ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a work of nearly 1000 pages, with 282 wood engravings end colored plates. Ho has already Eold of this popular work Over 100,000 Copies! PRICE, (post-paid) : : : $1 50 Address: R. v. PIERCE, Wl. 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Los Angeles and San Diego 1 U X STEAMERS Senate and Orizaba Leave Santa Mon ea and Ball Pedro for San Diego, April 27, May 2, 7, 12, 17, IS, H7, and Juno 1. Passenger take the train that leaves Los Anyeles for San Pedro at. s.i'j r. h„ Los Augeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable in Gold.) Cabin. Steerage. To Sau Francisco ftlfi ou $io oo To Port Harford i 2 oo it oo To santa Barbara 8 (.0 t! io To Sau 8 50 if 5U Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office, Where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Constautine leaves Sau Buenaventura and .Sauta Barbara for San Francisco every Sunday, calling at all way ports. Freight steamers leavo San Francisco for Sju Diego and way ports about every ten days, carrying s-ock, combustibles, etc. For Passage or Freight as S bove. or for tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Otlice, No. 60$ Maiu street, over tlie Commercial Hank, Los Angeles. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD BjffJflßßß —AND— at X iuame it «. Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. Important Change of Time On and alter Monday, DM.17U1.157?, and until further notice, trains Will run eveiy day as follow-: LEAVE LOS ANGELES: Fon— Akiuve. Wilmington 10:35 A. M. 11:55 a. m. San Fraucisco l:15r. M. 12:11) p. m. " Accoui'datloil lU:3> A. M. 7:30 A.M. Yuma gllSp, U, 7:1X1 A. M. W'iluiingloli 3:110 *' 4:55 P. M. SuntaAna 4:00 11:10 " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: LEAVK- AltltlVK. Vuma 0:30 i. M. 10:15 A. ji. Santa Ana i : to a. si. 8:S0 " Wilmington 7:45 " (:ic " Wilmington ihjo p. m. am r. m. San Francisco 4:00 " 1:55 " " Accoui'dallon 4:30 " 11:55 a.m. Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting Willi steamers for Aubrey, Flireuberg and intermediate laudi ngs on tbo Colo rado about three times per month. Sleeping cars will bo run dally. Trii'o.. will bo run by Sau Fraucisco time. T. H. GOODMAN, len'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N.TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. t . K. HEWITT. Ass't Sud'L LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME, ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. loth, 1877, trains will run daily ou this road as follows: Leave S 1* Arrive Leave Arrive in Depot S R Uepol S. Mulca S. Mnica I. Angl's L. Angel's 9 30A.M.18:49 A.M. 1:7.40 A.M. 11030 AM. 4.40 P.M.UnM l. M. IJfliO KM. |.5:10 P.M. On steamer days trains will connect witli the F. C Steamship Co.'s steamers for San Francisco and San lilego. See their advertisement. WM. J. L. MOULTON, oil tf Ass't Sup't. BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS, — Can be found in Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THE POPULAR STORK OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. novltf MISCELLANEOUS. Dividend Notice. The Directors of the Farmeis' and Mer chants' ItuuK of Los Angeles have de clared a dividend at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum for the three months past, payable at once. ISA lAS W. IIKLLM AN. President. Los Angeles, Apri . 15, 1878. a!7-10t NOTICE. Persons who desire to become conver sant with photography will be instructed In the art by mo upon nn expeditious method ami at moderate rates. SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR SALE, AT $100, $200 AND UP TO 9 1000. Theso are decided bargains, and tiie purchasers are certain of large profits. V. WOLFENfsTEIN, SpStf WelfensteTn't Art Gallery. NOTICE. All persons hiving claims sigalnst the late firm of H. D. WILSON A CO. are hereby notified and requested to present the same at ones to the undersigned, ut his residence, at San Marino, Los Ange les couuty; and all person* indebted to said firm are hereby notified and request ed to settle their accounts without delay. Dated April 17th, IS7B. nplStf j. DE UAttTH BHORB. perT. & it. NOTICE. Having beoa appelated General Agent for the Mutual Aid Association of Southern California, my office will hereafter ho With F. Germain A Co. The advantages of tho Mutual Aid Associa tion as a protective society cannot he ex aggerated. Persons desiring to secure a resource in time of need should commu nicate with me. altf H.SHEUWOOD. Rubottom Ranch for Sale, This valuable properly, containing EIGHTY-SIX ACHES, one of the most eligible to Investors In Southern Califor nia, Is lorsalc. Good title and abund. ance of water. It is in the heart of Ihe beautiful and productive Sun Jose Val ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles, Hotel Furniture & Fixtures, Al-SO, FOR SALE. AKAUE BARGAIN Is prevented. 11l health« and a desire to give my wife a change of scene and air, are the motives which Induce mo to sell. Address, for terms, mrflOtf W. W. RUBOTTOM, epadra. Land for Sale. Tin: UNDERSIGNED H AS 105 Acres of Fine Farming Land, On the Old Lo*Nietos roml, adjoin ing the city limits, fur sale. Apply to I, 1). MOTT, i!27-lm Boom 10, Moil's Building. For Sale Cheap. A Cottage and Lot on Hill St., Near First, Commanding a view of tfce ocean and valley. The undersigned will dlspoie of the above property, with a view to im prove and build on the adjoining lots. Apply to M. KELLEIIEPv, City Survivor. Office—No. I Temple street. &i 1 tf FOE SALE. I offer my place, three-quarters oi a mile from Downey City, on tho Wilming ton road, adjoining the College; at a bar gain* It comprises TWENTY ACRES, Fifteen of which are In fruit, of choice varieties. There aro eight acres of Mus cat grapes. Comfortable house on the premises. LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate possession will be given, If desired, with tho entire growing crop of frttltSi etc. Water right attached to land, but ho necessity lor use. Apply to Jy4 6ra o. H. ALLEN, on the premises. Two Thousand Head of Young Hogs. Will pay Co. per pound for those weigh ing 50 pounds or less and 00. lor ( host Weighing from 60 to 150 pounds. Call or address J. a. KELLY, Ban to Anita Ranch, San Gabriel Mission. 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Price, 5:1 per bottle, or four times the quantity In caso, ,10, wllh full directions for use. Sent to auy address, seoure from observation, upon receipt of price, which may be sent by express, registered letter, or Postofflce money order, or C. O. D. within 450 miles of Sun Francisco. References of the highest standing and unquestionable veracity Irom porson. tbut have been cured. To be had only at OR. HiKINHAHT'S, 42U KKARNY ST., .San Francisco, Cal.. where all lettevs should bo addressed. Office hours from II a. h. lo 4 r. m. and 6 to 8 p.m. mai-13-Hp-lyr IKZOTXILVLTSS, OR MILH CHAMPAGNM. The Ureal Russian Remedy for WASTING, DEBILITY AND NERVOUS DIEABES. Manufactured by A. MYERS, A. M. C. E. HUBER, 1.19 Main St., mlB-lm Agent for Lo. Angeles county. LEG AT.. Mortgage Salo. p. 11. Do wing, plaintiff, rs, a. it. Nei deckeu and small Neidecken, Defend ants—Seventeenth Dl Uriel Court. ITNDEIi AM) BY VIRTUE OF A DECBKK of fortclosui v and ord< rof side entered in the District Court oi tl o Seventeenth Judicial District of the* Htate of Califor nia, iv and for the County of Dos Angeles, on tho 27th day uf Karon, A.D. IH7H, in the above entitled ease, aud in favor of P. 11. Downing, plain till', and against A. 11. Neideckeu and Sarah Neidecken, defendants, a certified cony wheroof dnly attested under tho seal of laid Court on tho Wthdeyol March, A. D. IH7B, and deliv ered to mo on the 29th day of March, A. D. 1878, whereby I am commanded to sell, at public auction, to tho highest nnd best bidder, for cash iv U. S. gold coin, the fol lowing and in said decreo described real estate, to-wit: Thatcerraln lot, piece or pareol of land situate, lying and being in the city and county c f Los Angeles, State of Callfor nia.aud known and deeeilhod as follows, to wit: Bounded <>:i the east by Main street, on the south by Seventh street, having a floatage of flfty feet on Main strout and udeptuon Seventh street of one hun dred and ten (lie) feet, more or less, be ing a portion o; lot one (I), block (10) six teen, of Ord's survey of said city, it bein;; the same lot purchased by W. 11. ,1. Brooks of Jasper Uabcoclt, nnd by eatd Urooks conveyed to said Niedcckcn by deed bearing date July iISK.Ii, IS7.">. Public notice is hereby given that on THURSDAY, THE 23th DAY OK APRIL, A. I>. 1878, At l'J iiu o'clock i\M, I will procootf to sel', at the court house door, in the city and county of Los Angeles, Stato of Calilornia, at public auction, to tho highest and best bidder, for cash in U. H. gold coin, to satisfy said decreo for principal, interest, cosis, attor neys' foes, ana ad accruing costs, all the above describod real ©stato. Given under my hand at Los Angeles, thi.i 3oth day of Karen, A. d. 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL, mr;Jltu Mhcrill'. The above sale is hereby postponed un til; Monday the 13thday oi May, lef&at the same time and place. 11. M. MITCHELL, Sheriff, Dated L>s Angeles, April 25th, lb7B. MOItTQAQK SALIi Seventeenth District Court—P. 11. Down ing, Plaintiff, v*. A. 11. Neide.kou and .Surah Neideckeu, Defendants. UNDEft AND BY VIRTCK OF A a decree of lorcelosure aud order of shl j entered in the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the stato of Calilornia. in and for Los Angeles county, on the 27 th day of Mureli, .\.l>. 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of mortgage, entered In the aforesaid Dis trict Court, annexed to said decree aud dated the loth day of April, A. I. 1878, lv the above entitled c ise, and in favor of I. H. Downing, plaintiff, and against A. 11. Neidecken und Sarah Neideckeu,defend ants, a certified copy of which said de cree of foreclosure, duly attested un der the feal of said court on the loth day of April, A. D. 1878, and delivered tome, together with the writ annexed thereto, on the 101 h day of April, A. D. 1878, whereby I am commaanded to sell nt public auc tion, to the highest aud best bidder, lor cash in U. 8. gold coin, the following and hi said decree described real estate, to wit: That certain lot, piece or parcel of land •Unite, lying andheinf In the city and county of Los Angeles.state of California, and known aud described as follows, to wit : Bounded on the east by Main street,on the south by Seventh street, haying a frontage of fifty feet on Main street and a • Jppth on Seventh street of one hundred and ten feet, more or less,being a portion ot lot one (1), block sixteen (hi), of Ord's survey of said city. It being the same lot purchased by \V. H.J. Brooks of Jasper Baheoek, nnd by said Brooks conveyed to said Neidecken by deed bearing dale July 2!Hh, 1875. Public notice is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE 13th DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1878, At IfitSO o'clock p. if*, I will proceed to sell, ut tho Court House door, lv the city and county of Los Angeles, State of Calilornia, at. public auction to tho highest and best bidder for cash iv U. S. gold coin, to satis fy said decree for principal, Interest, attorneys' fees, costs aud all accruing costs,all the above described real estate. Given under my hand,at Los Angeles, this 10th day of April, A, D. 1878. fat, M. MITCHELL, apl7td Sheriff, Mortgage kale. P, Beaudry, Plaintiff, vs. Vincent Gel* clch, D. Freeman and U. V\ Speuec, De fendants— Seventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a decree of foreclosure und order of sale entered In the District Court of tbe Seven teenth Judicial District of the State of Calilornia, in and for Los Angeles county on the 18 h day of January, A. D. 1878. and by virtue of awi lt ot execut ion on foreclosure of mortgage issued from the aforesaid District t ourt annexed lo said decree and dated t he 27th day of April, A.D. 1»;8, in tho ,auove entitled case aud In, favor of P. Beaudry, plaintiff, and against Vincent Geleich, D.; Fiee nian and K. F. Spenec, de fendant, n cert Hied copy whereof, duly attested under the seal of said court on the 23d day of April, A. D. Ib7B, and delivered to mo ou the 27th day of April, A. D. 1878, wherohy 1 urn com manded to sell at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder.Jfoi cash in LT. S. gold coin, the following and iv said de cree described real •State, to wit: All those two certain pieces or parcels or tracts of land situate, lying and being lv the town of Wilmington, county of Dos Angeles, Hlatu of California, more particularly described us follows, to wit: First—The north half of block 8, in range tl, commencing at the point of in tersection of tho eastern line of F street und the southern line of Fifth street, and running tho latter line north seventy-two degrees thirty-five minutes east five chains to L street; thenco south along X Btreet seventeen de grees 23 minutes east 3 chains 50 links; it.ence south 72 degrees 33 minutes west 0 chains tD F street; thence along F street north 17 degrees 25 minutes west three chains aud fifty links to point of begin ning, containing one and three-quaiters acres of land, aud particularly described inthemup of Wilmington, or Now Sau Pedro, made by Frank Locouvreur nnd recorded In County Hecords of Los Ange les county, lv Book C of Deeds, pp, GO aud 07. Stcond— Lot 4, In block 11, in Banning's Reservation, so-called; reference for more particular description of said lot being made to tbe diagram of blocks E,F, U, 11, D and IC of suid reservation drawn by Frank Lecouvreur aud rocorded in pages 48) and 480, In Book one of Miscellaneous Uecords of Los Angeles county. Public notice Is hereby given that on FRIDAY, THE 17th DAY OK MAY, A. D. 1878, At 13 o'clock noon, I will proceed tosell at the Court House door, In the city and county of Los Argeles, State of Califor nia, at public auction, to tho highest and best bidder, for cash in U. 8. gold coin to satisfy said decree for prin cipal, interest, costs, anil attorney's feus and all accruing costs, all the above de scr.bed real estate. Given under my hand, at Los Angeles, this 27th day of April, A. D. 1878. H. M. MITCHELL, api-28 tl Shoiitr. NOTICE TO CREDITORS- In tho Probate Court Of the County of Los Angelef, Htate of California. IN THE MATTER OF TUE ESTATE OF B. D. WILSON, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given by the under signed, executor and executrix of the estate of B. D, WIN so n, deceased, to the c red (tan of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten mouilis after the first publication ol this notice, to the said executor and executrix, at their residence nt Lake Vluejurd, Los Angeles county, California, or at the law offices of Thorn A Hoss, iv Temple Block, Los An geles city. J. DE BARTH HHOUH, MARGARET s. WILSON, Executor and Executrix of the estate of B. D. Wilson, deceased. Dated April 17, 1878. alB-4vv (fi»~f 4) » ilayat home. Agents wanted, Outfit and terms free. TRUE Jt CO., Augusta,Mai do. marlldAwly LEGAIj. MORTGAGE SALE. Seventeenth District Court-J. M. Griffith •nd Sedgwick J. Lynch, Plaintift*, vs. Alexander Henry and Win. 11. Henry, l.'cicndanls. Uuder and by virtue oi a decree of foreclosure and sale, cut red in the Dis trict Court of the seventeenth judicial District of tho i-ttate ot California, In and tor L<>s A'igeks county, on Iho loth day of January, A. D. 1878, in the above enti tled ease, and lv lavoi of J. M.Urlnith aud Sedgwick J. Lvuch, plaintiffs, and against Alexander Henry and Wm. H. Henry, defendants, a certified copy whereof, duly attested under tho seal of said Court on the 7th day of March, A.D. 1878, and delivered tome on tho same day, whereby I am commanded to sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder,lor o:tsh in IT. S. gold coin, the fol lowing and In said decree described real estate, to wit: All that certain tract of land, situate in theeounty of jLos Angeles, Stateof Cal ifornia, and being a portion of tho Ran cho San Juan Cajou de Santa Ana, said portion being described as follows,to wit: The southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section lv mber seven (7), and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section number eight (8) in township number four (I) south of Ihe ba>e line, range number ten (10) west of the San liernardino meridian, and con* taiuing eighty  acres or land. Public notice is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE Ist DAY OF APRIL) A. 1). 187S, At 12 o'clock uoon.lwill proceed tosell nt the Court House door, in tho City and Couuty of Los Angeles, Stato of California, a*t public auction, to tho highest and best bid der, for cash in United States gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal, interest, attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, all (he above described real estate. Given under mv hand at Los Angeles, this 7th day of March, A. D. 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL, nu-7td Sheriff. The ahove sale Is hereby postponed un til Thursday the nth day of April a. d. 1878, at the same time and place. It. M. MITCHELL, Shcritl. Dated Los Angeles April 1, 1877. The above sale is hereby postponed un til Friday April 20th, IS'B ut the came time and place. IL M. MITCHELL,Sheriff, Dated Los Angeles, April 11, 1878. The above sale Is hereby postponed un til Monday the 18th day of May, IS7B, at the same time and place. 11. M. MITCHELL, Sheriff. Dated Lo:; Angeles, April 2(i h,1878. MORTGAGE SALE. Seventeenth District Court—J, M. Grif flth and Sedgwick J. Lynch, Plaintiffs, vs. A.exander Henry aud W. 11. Henry, Defendants, UNELIt AND BY VIRTUE OF A DEUHEE of forerlosure and onlcr of sale, en tered in the District Court of the 17th Judi cial District of the Stute of California, in and for Los Angeles county, on tho 13th clay of January, A. D. 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of mortgage, entered in tho aloresaid District Court, annexed to said decroe and dated the 16th day of April, A. D. 1878, in the above entitled rase, anil in favor of 3.11. Griffith and Bedgwick J. Lynch, plaintiff and against Alexau ler henry and W. IL Henry, defendants, a certi- Hod copy of which said decreed foreclos ure, duly attested under the seal or said Court on tho 15tk day of April, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me, together wita the writ anuexed thoreto, on the 10th day ot April, A. D. 1»78, whereby I am com niautied to sell at public auction, to the high est and best bidder, for cash, in U. 8. gold cola, tho following and in said decroe de scribed roal estate, to-wit: All that certain tract ot land, situate In the county of Los Angeles, State Of Cali fornia, and being v portion of tho Kan clio Sau Juan CalOO do Santa Ana, said portion being described as follows, to wit: The southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section number seven (7), and tlie southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section number eight (8), in township number four (4) south of the base lino, range number ten (10) west Of thoSan Bernardino meridian, and con taining eighty (HO) acres of land. Public notice Is hereby given that on MONDAY, TIIE 13tii DAY OF MAY, A. IX IS7B, At 12 o'clock noon,l will proceod to soil at tho court house door, in the city and coun ty of Los Angeles, State of California, at pub lic auction, to tlie highest and best bidder, for cash, in U. 9. gold coin, to satisfy said decree, tor principal, interest, attorneys' Tees, costs, aud all accruing costs, all ihe above de scribed real estate. Oiven nn ler my hand, at Los AngjluS, this ICth day or April, A. D. 1878. IL M. MITCHELL, iipl7-td .Sheriff". Certificate of Co-Partner ship. KNOWull.mon by these presents: That we, Patrick Kine, residing iv the ciiyof Lf s Angeles, county of Los An geles, anil Thomas McMahou, lesiding lv the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Ingeles, in the state of California! do hereby certify and declare that we have organized and formed ourselves Into a co-partnership, und we covenant and agree, each with the other, to be co-part ners for the purpose of carrying and con ducting the business of Hoarding House, Saloon and Restaurant keeping, in the city of Los Angeles, county oi Los Angeles, State of California, under tiie firm name and stj le or KLINH A CO. That the principal jdace ol business ot said co-partnership Is situated In the city of l.os Angeles, (outity of Los Ange les, und Stale aforesaid. That the names of all Ihe persons Interest ed as partners In such business are above stated and signed hereto, and that such partnership will continue and be in force until further notice by us. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our Lands und seuls, this twentieth day of April, A. 1). 1878. PATRICK KINE. [Seal.l THOMAS McMAHQN. ISeal.J STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 Couuty of Dos Angeles,/ On this 20th day of April, In the year one thousand eight hundred aud seventy eight, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk and ex-ollieio Clerk of the County Court in and tor the suid county of Los Angeles, personally appeared Patrick Kmc and Thomas McMabon, known to me to be the same persons whose names urc subscribed to the within lustrument, and acknowledged to me that they exe cuted t he same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my ofrlclnl seal, the day and year in this certificate 11 tst above will ten. A, W. POTTS, ap2U lm County Clerk. Delinquent Notice. 1.0.S ANGKLKrtOIL COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, City and County ot Los Angelos.Callfor nla.—Location of works, Ventura coun ty, California. There is delinquent upon Ihe following described stock, on account of assess ment No. 8, levied on the 2tlth day of March, IS7B, as per the several amounts set opposite the respective stockhold ers, ua lollows: No. of No. of Name. Certificate. Shares, Amt. Charles Durfee 2»l 860 50 H. C. Parker 40 260 t>» Hi L. W. Thatcher Uti 2io til 50 And In accordance wit h lawand In pur suance with au order of tho Would of Di rectors made, on tho 20th day of March. 1878, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may bo necessary will be sold ai' public auction nt the office of the Secretary, No. 15 Downey Block, in the city of Los Angeles, on the 11th DAY OF MAY, 1878, At 12 o'clock noon of that day, to pay delinquent assessments I hereon.together with costs of advertising aud expenses of sale. WM. J. NEELY,Secretary, No. 15Dowuey Block. Los Angeles, Aptll 25,1878. a2ltd Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OP .JOHN OLTM«N, <JEA*(ED. -\T OTK ' X 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY the undersigned, Admlulstratorof tho estate of John Oilman, deceased, to the creditors of, und all persons having claims agains1 Ihe sald deceased,to ex b1 b iL them,with the necessary vouchers/with in four months after the first publication of this notice, to the suid Administrator, at his office. No. 31 Temple Block, In the 1 city of Los Anpeles, Cal, Dated April gth, 1878. J. E. GRIFFIN, . Administrator of the Estate of John i oilman, deceased. nptf4w LEGAL. SUMMONS. IN lh« District Court of tho Seventeenth Judicial District, of the .state of Cal ilornia, iv ami fur tha County of Loa An geles. The Fanners'anil Merchan Is' Bank of I/>s Angeles, l'lalntlir, agulnsl Jmne. V iles, Jr., Defendant. Action brought in Iho District Court ol tlie Seventeenth Judicial District of the Stat.' of California, in und for the County of Los Angeles, and tho Complaint tiled In said County of Loa Angeles, in the otllce of (lie Clerk «f said District Court. The l'cople of tho Stato of California send greeting to James Vlles, Jr., defendant. You aro hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the ''bove named plalntllf In the Dlslilct Court of tho Seventeenth Judicial District of the Stale of Calilornia, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complulnl filed therein, within ten days (excluslvo of iho day of service) after the service on you of tills summons—if served within llus county; or, If served out ol this county, but in this District, within twenty days; otherwise, wllhln torts days —or Judgment by default will be token against you, accordiugio Hie prayer ot said complaint. The said action is brought to obluiu a decree of tula court tor tbe foreclosure v certain mortgage described In the said complaint, and executed by tho said James Vlles, Jr., to Iho Farmers' and Merchants' Dank of Los Angoles,o:i tho twenty-fifth (nth) day of October A. D. 1870, to secure the payment of Ihe ■amor eight hundred (fts.oo) dollars lv United Stales gold coin, with interest as set forth in the said mortgage, and a certain promissory note executed by said defendant, bearing even date wllh said mortgage! 'bat Iho piem • Iscs conveyed and mortgaged by said i mortgage may be sold, and Iho proceeds applied to the payment oi said sum of SBUO oo dollars, in U. B. gold coin, with interest at Iho rale of \y, percent, per per month from Iho 25th day ol January, A. D. 1877, compounded monthly, and for ten per cent, upon the a mount which shall be adjudged to be duo on said nolo lor attorney \s lies, as provided for in said mortgage, and costsof suit; and in case such proceeds uio not sufficient lo pay ilicsanie, then to obtain un execution against said defendant, James Vlles, Jr tor the balance remaining due; and also that iho said defendant) and all persons claiming by, through or under him may be haired and foreclosed of nil right, ti tle, claim, lien, equity orredempllou and interest In and lo said mortgaged prem ises, and for other and runner relief, Kelercnce Is had to complaint for parlk ul a rs. And yon are hereby notified flint If you fall lo appear und answer the said com plaint as above required, tbe said plaintiff will apply to Ihe Court for the relief de manded in tlie said complaint. Oiven under my hand and ihe seal of the Dlslrlct Court of tho Seventeenth Judicial District of I he State of Ca'lfornia, In and for the county of I.os Angeles, this Utb day of February, in ihe year or our Lord, one thousand eight hundred anil seventy-eight. [Soul.J _ ...», A. W. POTTS, Clerli. By JAMES 0. KAYS, Deputy Clerk, aiasseii, Chapman a Smiths, Plaintiff's Attorney*, mril-Sm Mortgage Salo. P. P. F. Temple, Guardian of Bernardo yorbaetal,Plaintiffs, vs. U. Keller et al. Defendants — Hevejteenth District Court. Under and by viriue of a decree ol foreclosure and order of sale entered la the iiisirici court or tho Seventeenth in. diciul District or the state or California In and lor Los Angeles county, on the 201h day of l eceinber, A. I>. 1877, in ihe above enlltled case and In favor of F. I' F. Temple, guardian of Bernardo yorba and Javier Yorba.minors,and Bernardo Yorba and Javier Yorba, minors, by F.P.F. Temple, their guardian, Plain litr, and against M. Keller, Bllsa Keller, his wlio, Juhn Doe, Hlcliard Hoe and John Itoe, delendunts, a cerllfled copy whereof, duly attesled under Ihe seal ol said Court on Ihe Ist day of February, A. D. IS7S, and delivered to me ou tlie same day, whereby 1 am coniniunded to sell at public nudum to the highest and best bidder, for cash in v. s. gold coin, the following and In said decree d scribed real fcsiafe, lo wit: The following described piece, parcel orlractor land lying and being lv the city and county of Los Angeles, stato of California, bounded und described as follows,to wit: Commencing on ihe road which runs from the clly of Los Angeles toSail Pedro rancho, known us the Domiiigiioi iload. at the southwest corner of the vineyard i formerly of John Rowland; I hence run. niug along Ihe II no of said Rowland .course north (i'J degrees 111) minutes east, twenty four (24) chains eleven (II) links; thence course south ID degrees 15 minutes east, nineteen chains aud twenty (30) links; thence north 81 deg east sovenly(7o,'llnks; thence south lv degrees east, twelve (121 chains una seventy (70) links, to a roud that divides the lauds herein described iroiu those of Manuel Coronet; thence south 81 degrees 4i minutes west twenty seven (27) chains twelve (12) links lo the aforesaid San Pedro Road, anil tlience north 12deg west tweniy-slx (28) chains and thirty-live links, to I lie place of be ginning, containing seventy-six and off-ioo acres of land, as surveyed by Wil liam Moore, City and County Surveyor, March, lsii), together Willi all and singu lar the tenements, hereditaments nnd appurtenances thereunto belonging oi- in any wise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given Unit on MONDAY, THE 28th DAY OK FEBRUARY, A. D. IS7B, At 12 o'clock noon, I will proceed to sell, ut tiie Court House door, iv tlie city and county ef Los Angeles, Slate or Cali fornia, at public auction, lo the highest nnd best bidder, lor cush In U. s. gold coin, tosa.lßl'y said decree for principal, Interest, costs, attorneys' fees, and till ac cruing eosls, all the above described real estate. oiven under my band, at Los Angeles, thtsSd day nt Feoruary, a. d. 187s. D. W. ALISXAN DKU, feStd sheriff Tlie above sale is hereby postponed uli til Wednesday the Ist day ot May, A. D. 1878, ut tlie same timo and place. 1». W. ALKX ANDFR, Sheriff. Dated Los Aniseles. Feb. 25.1878. Mortgage Sale. Seventeenth District Court-Doria Jones, Kxecutrix of tho Fstate of John Jones, decensed, Pluinlill,vs, Christian fluhr, Llzzlo Fluhr, J. M. Greaves and Johu M. Urllllth, Defendants. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A decree of foreclosure uud or der of sale entered In tbe District Court ot the 17tU Judicial District of tho Stateof California, in and tor Los Angeles county, ou the 25th duy ot March, A, D. 1878, and a writ on fore closure of mortgage entered In the afore said District Court, anuexed to said de cree and dated tbe 15th day of April, A. D. 1878, in tlie abuve cutltled case, aud in favor of Doria Jones, executrix or the es tate of John Jones, deceased, plaintiff, and against Christian Fluhr, Lizzie Fluhr, J. M. Greaves and J, M. Griffith, defendants, acertlfled copy of which said decree of foreclosure duly attested under tho seul of said court ou the 15th day of April, A. D. 1878, ana delivered tome together Willi the writ annexed thereto on the loth day or April, A. D. 1878, whereby lam commanded tosell at public miction, to tlie highest and best bidder for cash In U. H. gold coin, Iho following and In said decree described real estate, to wit: That certain lotol land, situate, lying and being in tlie city and county of Los Angeles, state of California, fronting ou the northwest side ol Main street, in said city,and being the premises known as tlie Lafayette Hotel; bounded southeast by Main street, northwest by New High street, northeast by lot of Alizur A Muc- Dougall, formerly of Potter, and south west by property of Theodore Wollweb ber, together with tlie teneiuonts, here ditaments and appurtenauces thereunto belonging or appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that ou SATURDAY, THE llTir DA i' OK MAY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock noon, I will proceed to soil, ut the Court House door, in the city and county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, al public nucllou to tho highest and best bidder, for cash hi U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for priuclpal, Inter est, attorney's fees, costs aud all accru ing costs, nil the above described real es tate. Given under my hand, nt Los Angeles, this IfJlh day ol April, A. D. 1878. , , 11. M. MITCHELL, npl» td Sber:ff. I Montana Meat Market. FUCBIjINQBR &> I RANK, MRL* Tbe best and to&idorest MeaU&HZj In the market. Nofte but the m*Jkßl Prlmest Beef and Mutton ever to be found, - Note the address— Mod . Una Meat Market. Main Hired, f,-u lint, Los Abb eles. '