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List of Letters. Tbe following is tbe list of letters remaining in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express Offlee for tbe week ending May 17th, 1878: Albrite, Thomas Bryme, J W Beaton, Edward Brown, Joi Bomero, E Bratt, Edward Bnrnap, J Baleusuela, Estana S Halm, John Bakar, A 0 Caatillo, Ad Cone, Mrs P Ceralli, B Caraaca, Jeans Dwight, Alfred T—2 Deming, Palmer ACo Diaz, Biano Edwards, Miss Sarah Elisald. If GroVenor, Frank Gonzalez, D Oamea, Toney Horton, Mr I F Haggina, Louis Beit, J Jones, C F James. Peter Kando, Ramon Kolb, H A Langley, Jos Lemon, James Leys, L MeMulon, Mr D P Megre, Mr McPberson. R C—2 Morales, A Memarcy, F Mancilloa, F Miranda. Jose Morton, V F Ooano, M H Odulivan, Mr Present, Mr Chas Perra, Q Plumer, E J Palmer, J W Puccina, Mr G Pantoga, It Quinlan. Jas Ray, Miss M Holies, L Koscbach, Louis Itomo, B Bedia. O Bttwers, L Schull, M Bainz, Jesus Serrano, It Scolari, J Yengoa, C Verdaguer, P Valencia, G Yeyar, Miss B B Wilcox, B Wells, F X Young, John Wormwell, A H In a concert IntMilwaukee a new song, entitled "Always Keep a Smile for Mother," was sung by a woman who bad ratber hastily learned the tune, and to whom tbe words were unfamiliar. Three sen timental verses were given, and then, reading unsuspiciously from some joker's manuscript copy, she ?;ave very tender expression to tbe ollowing: Always keep a smile for mother, Do not drain tbe festive jug, Leave enough, somehow or other, Jnat to moisten her old mug. Touch it lightly, leave aome in it, Just a swallow, that's the style; What you'd drink in half a minute Is enough for mother 's smile. THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK not equaled in South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a San Francisco finish and style. APPLE TREES. EIGHTY THOUSAND AP PLE TREES. I am prepare 1 to sell, at unprecedent eUly low figures, eighty thousand apple trees, of ttie most, approved varieties. Those who propose to -<•' out orchards would do well to call and examine my stoibr. I urn also prepared to sell PKAK and other orchard trees, on favoruble terms. My object in Hacridclng these trees Is to retire from the nursery busi ness. G. D. COMPTON, COMPTON, Los Ant; les Co.. Cal dll-U GIL. JOINKW, FAMILY GROCERY, NO. 41 SPRING ST. A full assortment of first-class Family Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, etc., kept on hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. fu2ott " KWONGHIN(*&CO.,~ 37 SPRING HTBE ET, CHINESE STORE. Chinese and Japanese Goods aud Toys. FRESH TEAS,cneapest and best In the town. CIGARS ofthe best brands. Ser vants aud huadsof all kinds furnished, apt tf Bnrnell & Rebbeck, Landscape Gardeners and Garden Contractors, i«tr No. m SPRING ST. ~ REMOVAL. POLABKI & GOODWIN Have removed to No. 47 MAIN STREET, under Ihe Latayette Hotel, to the store formerly occupied by the Important clothing store, where they will remain until their store at thecornerof Commer cial and Mum streets is leOtted. o3olm Montana Meat Market. FRCKLINQER& FRANK, fSNKtf Tbe beat and tendorest MeataeWSo* In tbe market. None but the Jxaaxawa. Prinrtest Beef and Mutton ever to be found. Note theaddreaa—Mon tana Meat Market, Main Street, near drat. Lee Angele. Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF JOHN OLTMAN, DE CEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of John Oltman, deceased, to the creditora of, and all peraon. having claims agalnnt the said deceased ,to ex hi b- i It tin m,with the necessary vouchers,with in four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, at hia office. No. SI Temple Block, In the city of Loa Anvcles, Cal. Dated April Bth. 1878. | J. E. GRIFFIN. Administrator of tbe Estate of John Oltman, deceased. apO 4w •EC in VTI A WEEK magenta, tl* .SOB ,U SI / outfit FREE P. O. < VICKERY, Augueta Maine. .epfSwly MISCELLANEOUS. GRAND JUBILEE' i IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF THE Good Templar Block. One Hundred Musicians WILL PERFORM INCONCEBT Place und date will be announced in due time. Admission, - - - - si.oo matd MAY FESTIVAL FOR FRKE I- I HUAKY OR COLOSSAL ORGAN MAY 28th, 29th & 30th, AT 2 30 P. It., AT MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO. SUMNER W.RUOBEE, Manager. J Chorus of 2000 Voices! IMMENSE ORCHESTRA! ELECTRIC ity, Artillery and Telephone! ■ CONDUCTORS. Oaafl Zerrahn, Boston, John P. Morgan nnd R. Herold, Sau Francisco; M. W. . WHITNEY, the Greatest Living Basso; Helen Ames Billings, Miss Abbie Clark, W. II Kessenden.or Boston, and many other celebrated soloists. Sale ot Tickets begin* at Sherman, . Hyde A Co.'s, Sau Francisco, Aprll_2o.li. SEASON TICKETS, .'or tbieedays, J5.00. 1 Single Tickets from SI to 12, according to location. No extra charge for reserved seats. Orders by mall will receive prompt attention, CHAS. BCHUTZ, 1 ap23-lm Ticket Agent. FOR SALE. THE EAGLE MILL. SITE! With Water Power, r Ou the west side of ALAM EhA STKEE T L mi tlie Hue of aud adjolniug tbe Southern Pacific Depot. 3 This Water Power Consists of a stream, with a rapid cur rent, three feet deep and six reet wide. For further particulars, apply at the , office of ROBERT S. BAKER, In Arcadia Block, Los Augeles St. Bnhlltf 7 FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ! i i IN COLD COIN, TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES AT THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS Under elghteeu yeara of age, who muke The Best Bisouit WITH Bowen's Yeast Powder. State Falrat Sacramento. Cal an State Fair at Reno, Nevada £0 State Falrat Salem, Oregon 60 Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair, Yreka „ 60 Northern District Agricultural Society Fair, Marysville 60 Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu ral Society Fair, Petalumu 50 San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So ciety Fair, Stockton 60 Los Angeles Agricultural Society Fair, I.OS Angeles. , 50 Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Socl- , ety Fair, San Jose 60 Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco 50 I mrs dAw-tf THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY I HAVE REMOVED TO No. 28 BPRINC STREET, CENTRAL BLOCK, Which will hereafter be the beadquartera oi the Singer Family Sewing Machine. opWll W. H. TUTHILL, Manager. LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST I STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Gooilall. Perkim A Co Agents, San Fraticißco. San Francisco and Los Angcle* ! EXPRESS LINE. 1 UAY SCHEDULE. — — —cc— co — —ie — — w n co Arrive San t-. g S Francisco. «----•-„ " Leave Sta >, ... . 2 0 Monica. c« : -•- - a 5 <a 4 1 ir , «ss3s«" Leave San £>~ . Pedro. Skjf* * * * * a jg • Arrive San j», • B Pedro. M* a J J 3 § p <S aj _ Arrive Sta • - o 3 Monica. p.a : «tJ S | 3 <1 W Leave San . Francisco, &z : z z z < S I 111 II E c — =— ni2 aii OC . i -- i " - - Both steamships call at Port Harlord (SanLulsOblspo)aud Sun ta Barbara; also, on down trip, at Ananelm Lauding for freight only. »The Senator calls at Sun Buenaventura also every trip. oa-Passengcrs for Sau Francis o by the Senator take tbe train lor Sanlu Monica that leaves Los Augeles at 4:55 P.M.; those by the Orlsaba take the train lor Santa Monica that leaves Los Angeles at 9:4.", A. M.—both Los Augeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THE STEAMKIUS Senator and Orizaba Leave Santa Monica and San Pedro for San Diego, April 27, May 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, 27, and June 1. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Angeles for San Pedro at 3.45 c. si., Los Augeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable in Gold.) Cabin. Slecrage. To Sau Km ne sco tit 00 $10 IXI TO Port Harford 12 UO I 00 To Santa Barbara 8 io v uo To Sau Diego 8 50 0 50 Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's office, where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. Tho steamer Constant! ne leaves San Buenuventuru aud sauta Barbara lor .Sau Francisco every Sunday, calling at all way ports. Freight steamers leave San Kranciseo for S.n Diego and way ports about every ten days, carrying sock, combustibles, etc. For Passage or Freight as ? bove. or for tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Oilice, No. 66J Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Angeles. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD —AND— tl T E A M E U !i. Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. Important Change of Time On aud after Monday, Dec.17th,1877, and until further notice, truius will run every duy as follows; LEAVE LOS ANGELES: For— Akkivk, Wilmington 10:;»A. at. 11:55 a.m. San Francisco 1:15 P. N. 12:10 P. M. " Accoui'datlou 10:85 A. M. 7:yoA.n. Yuma « M. 7:00 A. M. Wilmington 3:30 " 4:55 v. M. Santa Ana 4:00 " 8:10 " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: Lkavk— Akkivk. Yuma _.. 0:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Santa Ana 0:30 a.m. H:W " Wllmln«ton 7:45 " 9:10 " Wilmington 1:00 p.m. 2:20 p. h. Sun Francisco 4100 " 1:55 " " Accom'dallon 4:30 " 11:55 a.m. Trains run daily to Yuma, connecting with steamers for Aubrey, Ebrenberg and Intermediate landl ngs on tbe Colo rado about three times per month. Sleeping cars will be run daily. Tra'us will be run by san Francisco Cine. • T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. E. E. HEWITT. Ass't Sup't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. lath. 1877, trains will run dully on this road as follows: Leave ' S P Arrive Leave Arrive In Depot S R Depot S. Muica s. Muica LAngl's L. Angel's v 30A.M. 18:48 A.M. 117.40 A.M. 11030 AM. 4.40 P.M.|4:20 P. M. I llhso P.M. |5:40 P.M. On steamer daya trains will connect with the F. c. Steamship Co.'s steamers for San Franoisco and sau Diego. See their advertisement. WM. J.L. MOULTON, oil it Ass't Sup't. BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Can be found In — Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THE POPULAR STORE OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. novltf MISCELLANKOUS. DR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but are specifics in Hi! diseases for which they are recommended. NATURAL SELECTION.— Investigat ors of natural science have demonstrated beyond controversy that throughout the animal kingdom tue "survivalof the fit test" is the only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Docs not tlie siuue prin et pin govern the commercial pros perity of man? An inierior cnunot su persede a superior article. By reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces Siandard Medicines have out rival led all otheis. Their sale in the United States alone ex ceeds one mil tlon dollars per an mini while the amount exported foots opto several hundred thousand more. No business could grow to such gigantic pro portion and re.«t. upon any other basis than that of merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is l'leiisant to Use. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its cures extenl overa period of 20years. Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy Its sale cons: ant Iy increases. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by its inlld, soothing effect. Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures "Cold lv Head" nnd Catarrh,Ol Ozuenu. AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. Rocki'oht, Mass., April 2, 1677. lIH. EDITS Hl—Having read in your pa per icpoits of the remarkable cures ol 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 glad if they could emnla/ou a similar cure In the papers. For 20 years 1 suffered with catarrh. The ■ nasat passages became completely closed. "Snun," "dust." "ashes," "luhaling ' tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work, though at. intervals I would sniff up the so-called catanh snuff", until 1 became v valuable tester for such medicines. I gradually grew worse, aud iv one can kuow how much I suffered or what a miserablo being I was. My head ached over my eyes until 1 was confined to my bed for many successive days, suffering tho most intense pain, which at ono time • lasted continuously lor 108 hours. All sense ot smell and taste gone, sight and hearing impaired, body shrunkeu aud v/eakened system I hat* 1 • tered and constitution broken, audi was hawking aud spitting seven-eight lis of the time. 1 prayed lor 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. Tierce'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 lnoue hour or month, but in less than eight •minutes 1 was relieved, and in ! three mouths entirely cured, and have i remaiued so over stxteeu months. While I using iho Catarrh remedy, I used Dr. fleroe'l Ooldtu Medical Discovery to pa* rlfy my biood and strengiheu mystom * acn. I also kept my liver active and ' bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant * furgativu Ucllets. If my experience will induce other sufferers to seek the same means of relief, this letter will have an swered its purpose. lours ruly, S. D. REMICK. A CLOUD OF -WITNESSES.-The fol ' lowiug named partios aro among the thousands who have been cured of ca tarrh by the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy: A E Downs, New (Jeneva, Da; I D J Brown, St Joseph, Mo; E C Lewis, Rutland, Vt ; Levi Springer, Nettle Luke, [ Ohio; ChasNorcrop.N 'th Chesterfield,Me; * Milton Jones, Scrtba, NY; J E Miller, Bridyer station, Wyo; J C Merrimau, Lo gansport, Ind; M M Post, Logausport, IndiJ W Bailey.Tremont, Pa;li B Ayres, La Porte, Ind; Jessie M Scars, ft Branch, md; 1. Williams, Canton, Missouri; W A Thayer, Ouarga, III; 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, Teun; JUJoslln, Keene, N H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W Va; Louis Auders, Uaysport, Ohio; C H Chase, Elkhart, Ind; Mrs Henry Halght, San Francisco, Cal; Mrs X M Oallusha, J Lawrencevllle, NY; W J Graham. Adei, Iowa; A O Smith, Newnan, Oa; Chas E Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car lisle, Ind; Dan'l B Miller, Ft Wayue.lnd; Mrs Mlnuio Arnalse, 200 Delaney st, New York; 11 W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F > Marsion, Lowell, Mnss; 1 W Roberts, Maricopa, Arte; Chas 8 Delaney, Harris burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell, Mass; Mrs C 1 J Spurtlu, Camden, Ala; Charles F Kaw, f Frederlcktowu, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt iugton, Farmlugton.lll; Capt E S Spauld iug, Camp Stambaugh, Wyo; I W Tracy, Steamboat Rock, Iowa; Mrs Lydla Watie, Shushan, NY; J M Peek, Junction City, - Mont; ileary Ebe, Buntas,Cal; L BCuiu . mings, Rantoul, III; SE Jones, Charles . ton Four Corneis, N V; OeoF Hall, Pueb . lo.Cai; WmEßurtrie, Sterling, Pa; II . I: Ebon, 948 Peun St, Pittsburg, Pa; J R . Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zobrlst, Oeneva, N V; Miss Hattle Par rot t, aiontyomery, Ohio; L Led brook, Chatham, 111; S B McCoy, Nashport, Ohio; W W Warner. North Jackson, ' Mich: Miss Mary A Winne, Darien, Wis; . John Zelgler, Carl Isle Springs, Pa,; James Tompkins, st Cloud, Minn; Enoch Duer, i'awneo City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xenia, Ohio; S B Nichols, Ualv«ston.Texas; H L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John Davlw, Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Naucy Graham, For j est Grove, Ogn. Golden Medical Discovery Is alterative, or blood-cleaiißing. Golden Medical Discovery Is Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholnirogue, or Liver Stlinulanl. Golden Medical Discovery Is Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of its alterative properties, cures Dfseases of the Blood and Skin, as Scrofula,or King's Evil; Tumors: Ulcers, or Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples and Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral properties It cures Bronchial, Throat and Luugaffccttons; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngi tis. Its Cholugogue properties, render it an unequal remedy for Biliousness; Tor pid Llver.or "LlverComplaint;" and its Tonic properties make it equally effica cious iv curing Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite and Dyspepsia. Where the skin is sallow and covered with blotches and pimples, or where there are scrofulous, swellings and affec tions, n few bottles of Golden Medical Discovery will effect an entire cure. ]f you feoi drowsy, debilitated, have wallow color of skin or yellowish-brown spots on face or body, trequent headache or dizzi ness, bad taste In mouth, internal heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite and tongue coated, you are suf fering from Torpid Liver or Biliousness. In many cases of Liver Complaint, only part of these symptoms are experienced. Asa remedy for all such cuses, Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as It effects perfect cures,leaving the liver strengthened and healthy. ! THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT i DR. R. V. PIERCE Is tlio sole proprlt- I tor and manufacturer of the foregoing remedies,all of which aro sold by drug- | glstH. He 1b also the uuthor ot tlie Peo- : pie's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a , work of nearly 1000 pnges, with 282 wood 1 engravings end colored plates. Ho has already sold of this popular work ( ! Over 100,000 Copies! PRICE, (post-paid) : : : $1 50 Address. R. v. PIERCE, Nt. D., World*. Dispensary, Buffalo, N.Y. ' D»rs-eod-dAw-Iy MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. Persons who desire to become conver sant with photography will he Instructed lv tlte art by me upon an expeditious method and at moderate rntes. SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR SALE, AT $100, $200 AND UP TO f 1000. These are decided bargains, and the purchasers are certain of large profits. V. WOLFENSTEIN, np3tf Walfenstcin's ArtUallery. NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho late firm of B. D. WILSON A CO. are hereby notified and requested to present the same at once to the undersigned, at his residence, ut San Marino, Los Ange les county; and all persons indebted to said firm are hereby notified and request ed to settle their accounts without delay. Dated April 171 li, 1878. nplBtt J. DE BARTH SHORB. Per T. a R. NOTICE. Having been appointed General Ayent for the Mutual Aid Association of Southern California, my office w!U hereatter be wllh K. Germain A Co, The advantages of tho Mutual Aid Associa tion as a protective society cauuot be ex aggerated. Persons desiring to secure a resource in time of need should commu nicate with me. :i Iff H.SHKKWOUD. Rubottom Ranch for Sale. This valuable property, containing EiuHTY-SIX ACRES, one of tho most eligible to Investors iv Southern Califor nia, is lor sale. Good title and abund ance of wnter. It is in the heart of the beautiful and productive Han Jose Val ' ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles. Hotel Furniture & Fixtures, ALSO. FOR SALE. A RARE BARGAIN Is presented. 11l health, and a desire to give my wife a change of scene and air, are tbe motives which induce me lo sell- Address, for terms, mrtttf W. W. RUBOTTOM, Spndra. Land for Sale. I THE UNDERSIGNED HAS i 165 Acres of Fine Farming j Land, i i ', On the Okt LoaNlelot roail, adjoin ing the city limits, for sale. ' Apuly to T. I). MOTT, di7-lm Room in. Mutt's Building. j For Sale Cheap. i [ A Cottage and Lot on Hi!! j: St., Near First, i \ Commanding a view of Die ocean and j valley. The undersigned will dispose of the above property, with a view to im • prove and build on tiie adjoining lots. Apply to M. KEhLEHEft, 1 City Surv nor. t Office—No. 1 Temple street. All tf I FOR S^A-EE. • I offer my place, three-quarters ot a c mile from Downey City, on th* Wilmrng - toa road, adjoining the College, at a bar* i gaiu. It comprises J TWENTY ACRES, ■ Fifteen of which are In fraif, of choice » varieties. There aro eight acres of Mus i cat grapes. Comfortable house on the • premises. ■ LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. ; Immediate possession will be given, ii ; desired, with the entire growing crop ol , Irults, etc. Water rightattached to land, ' but uo necessity lor use. Apply to [ Jy4 6m O. H. ALLEN, ou the premises. W.A.ZNTTEZD. ■ Two Thousand Head of Young Hogs. ! Will pay 80. per pound for those welgh . ing 50 pounds or less nnd 46, tor those weighing from 00 Io 130 pounds. ', Call or address .1. A. KELLY, Santa • Anita Runch, San tjlahriel Mission, Cal. a02.1-lni To House Owners, It is now the best season oflhe year to ■ paint buildings. Be not deceived Into ' buying worthless paint mixtures, but ' call at the PAID I DEPOT ot Foster, Howard & Co., ' No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine samples of tho BEST PAINTS in the , market before buying. »e~PKICES LOW. Silver taken at par. '1 he current pre mium allowed on gold nnd greenbacks. 1u27-lm LOS ANGELES ~ Exotic Gardens & Nursery SLOS ANGELES STREET, In /0j» rear of Cathedral. a™ I would respectfully nnnouneu 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 and retail,and nt LOWEST PRICES. Orders from abroad promptly excn'ed and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de livered free of charge in the city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, mrt-Cm Formerly Shueft'er A Stengel, SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED FOR TWO OR THREE YEARS. PIIUST KANGIfi. PLENTY OF WATER. Address RANCH, Hcrnl I offlee. nlB 2w A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage! fT V: ¥? X V 3 Vs^flP l 9n A Guide *o Wftdloclf nml R.Jt t x . W ax t 1 ' ■"' n ' l, "- ' jl Treat iae on th# • 1 " 1 * "* roMritgn nml tM , P"gPtuii s .-iillii.i unfit for it; tlie ta. r^af^TVeVVg 1 '' 1 ' Disrasfu r>f Women. I T B »1 V.YbJ -M A lv"ik mr jinvhtf, coniij, B t»ri.'fttliiiK. prie; ADVISER! on an t! - , r -|.■ m ut a Private Iraturo animx Irurn Soil Abuae, Excesaea. or Secret Dlaenaea, with the Us' :ui-:infi ofnirf, 'JS4 BH jAPfj prippfiOcf. A CLINICAL LBCTuRK on ti, t - atwra diacanoi and nhr,*!- oi |bi Throatand Lungs, Uatarrh.aupturo. tJn> Opium Habit,*uc., price HlrU. * L.tiifr PBOVKHI P"ii('*id on reoalpt ot price; or all Ihrce tomaimti" .VMI rtiijet, heautiftilly illustrated, tor 75 eta Addren til. btfTba, Ho, 13 H. BUi bt. St. Loui.. M* ag22 -)""-!■ I.«TT.m Knw-tv y mlrt *** . *1U »», Umm. IhmiW .*■*»■ W »"1 Ink. aaU Itrub*. mJ •Wtf "MjffOLt uTll'WCOp*:." «J to etW Aanta' tart Mttag T " ra **- <ip«~*r- hIUI tar M mm. Btmplt Chart, tt au. ***4 potUJ sua hr ruU prnmitM. S.-l t.a.e .ifup.au m»U ud aaa furaUb au *A*l<, O. fl. MIiHT. gol« Mattutarttir-.TW WwUgwOl, nifTfi. 1 MISCELLANEOUS. DEMOCItATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. NOTICE M lIEHEHY OIVRS THAT ut h meeting i>t ihc lieinneiutle County Central Commute for Los An geles county, held in ihe cily of Los An- , geles on Saturday, M*y iiih, ls7S.it whs Kesoiwkd, That a IrcmociMtic County Convention, for the oouatyof Los An geles, be held at the COUNTY COURT BOOM, 10 the cily of Los Angeles, on Tuesday, the Fourih day of June, 1878, at llo'clock a. iff,, for t he purpose oi nominating t t.ree candidates tor J elegates lo the Conven tion to roviso tbe Constitution of the stafeof California, That for the purpose of electing Dele gates to said County Convention, a Pri mary Klccliou beheld by the Democrat! of the several preeieuts hcrealter named upon Saturday, the Ist Day of Juno, 1878. That tlie polls iv the several preciiicls he opened ut it o'clock a. m. and closed at 5 o'clock p. m. of that day. That the following b3 the. tests for vot ers at saiil election: Ist. That they are qualified voters un der the laws of this .State. 2d. That they are Democrats. That the several Judges of election. Whether appointed by order ot tills Com mittee or otherwise selected, be and they aro (.hereby authorized und required to canvass the votes cast at their respective polling places, and to issue to the Dele gates elected to said County Convention proper certificates of election to be pre sented by the Delegates to the Conven tion when assembled, and that such Judges ual up the ballots, poll and tally lists used at said election and lorward the same by some Nafe means beforo the meeting of said County Convention to the .Secretary of the Democratic Couuty Com ! mil tee at Los Angeles city. '1 hat the following be nnd la a list of the several precincts, polling places, ' Judges of election, and the number of ! Delegates to said Convention io which • the several precincts are and shall he entitled respectively. That 1h to say. AN AH KlM—Judge Bailey'd oilice; A. Bailey Judge; ;i Delegates. AZUBA-S. Caheu's stoic; J. T. Gordon, Judge; 'J Delegates. CI EN EGA—Park R. U. S(alion;J. A. Nichols Judge; 1 Delegate. CAHUENGA—SchooI House; V. Mann ■ Judge; 1 Delegate. ; COMPToN—S. Grand A Co.'s Store; J. . P. Bentley Judge; 2 Delegates. DUARTK—Dr. Beardslee's house; Ur.N. Beardslee Judge; 1 Delegate. EL MONTE-Tlptou's hotel; J. E. Tip ton Judge; 2 delegates. ELIZABETH LAKE-HetTnei's hotel; J. Hefi'ner Judge; 1 Delegate. FLORENCE—SchooI house; Q. W. Ju den Judge; 1 Delegate. FOUNTAIN VALLEY-School house; W. U. Caudle Judge; 2 Delegates. GARDEN GROVE—School house; Dr. J. T. Head Judge; 1 Delegate. LOS NIETOS—B. Guirado's store; M. t Tyler Judge; 2 Delegates. LA BALLONA—SchooI house; T. A. Saxon Judge; 1 Delegate. LOS ANGELES: First Precint—Bath slreet school . house; Felix Gallardo Judge; 1 Delegates. Second Precint— Council Rooms; R. 11. Dalton Judge; 3 Delegates. Third Precinct—Round House; Joseph If iiber Judge; 4 Delegates. Fourth Precinct—Court House; U. A. Ling Judge; ODelegates. MONTE VISTA-School nous?; Jas. " Thompson Judge; 1 Delegate. NOR WALK—J.Caldwell's house; Willis Newton Judge; 2 Delegates. OLD MlSSlON—Basey's store; A.Ren don Judge; 1 Delegate. ORANGE—Orange Hotel; J. Y. Jenkins I Judge; L Delegate. 1 PASADENA—.SchooI house; Dr. W. \V. Edwards Judge; 1 Delegate. POMONA—SchooI house; F. Palouiares Judge; I Delegate. . RAVEN A—School liouse; J. Tal hot f Judge ;1 Delegate. I SAN GABRIEL— Tuch's *tore; H. Hamilton Judge; 2 del«gatos. SAN JOSE-Caldwell's store; A. B. Caldwell Judge; 2 Delegates. SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO-Ellcr's Ho tel; John Congdon Judge; 2 Delegates. SAN ANTONIO-School house; Robl. Tweedy Judge; 1 Delegate. SANTA AN A—School house; Trinidad Yorba Judge; 1 Delegale. SAN JOAQUIN—Judge Humphrey's office; Levi Hckas Judge; :i Delegaies. i SAN FERN AN DO—Mount's store; A. B. - MotlU Judge; 1 Delegate. SOLEDAD—NewhaII Station; W. A. Brophv Judge; 1 Delegate. SILVER-Judge BusteiM ; J. \V. Buster Judge; 3 Delegates. SANTA MONICA—Judge Morgau's of fice; Warren Avery Judge; 2 Delegates. TUSTIN-School house; Dr. W. B. Wall . Judge, 1 Delegate. VKRNON-School House; I. C. Curtis \ Judge; 1 Delegate. WlLMlNGi'ON—Deaver's ston ; Gen. Denver Judge; 2 Delegates. WESTMINSTER-School house; W. B. ' Craig Judge; l Delegate. | M. J NEWMAHK, I Chairman Democratic County Cen iral , Committee. BTBPHBM M. WnXTB, Secy. Physiology and Phrenology. f MRS. BRILLOWSKY WILL GIVE 1* r i "v a to L c c tv v «? « i At her rooms, southeast corner of Second and Olive streets, from 10 A. H. to 4 P. M., on Physiology and Phrenology. All per t sons suffering from any kind of disease, male or female, should not fail of con sulting Mrs. 8., as she will answer all questions on Pyslology. All secrets kept inviolate. Persons wlsliiug to consult Mrs. B. Nt their own residences, can le*ve their orders at Steere A Baldy's Furniture store, 110 Malu street, opposite ( the Court House. ttS-CIIARGES MODERATE. felO-lm FREE LECTURES. URS. BRILLO WSKY Will L'ivn FREE LECTURES for one mouth. WEDNESDAY A N DNATU It I) \ V AFTERNOON.-, at 2 o'clock, ON HEALTH, At her room., at southeast corner of Sec oud and ulivo streets. fel7-l m Furniture Factory FOR SALE. LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, California. Fadory has all npproved machinery lv use, which is entirely new. Machinery driven by an eighty horse-power holler nnd engine. Railroad -switch connects factory with S. P. R. H., giving facilities for shipping to ail points in the interior, and its close proximity to the wharf en ables material to be landed at the factory from tho mills as cheaply as iv San pranolieo. WILL BE SOLD CHEAP Toclose up partnership affairs of R. D. Wilson A Co. Apply to the surviving partner, J. BitBAItTH SHORB, niy.ltr San Gabriel P. 0., Cal. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ! i HENRY GIENB ! Ha. removed his Agrlcullnrul linple. , ment store to No. 24 Allso Stroot, < Nest door to Lamhourn A Turner, mill lm I C LEGAL. (Mortgage Sale. P. 11. Dowing, Plaintiff, vs. A. H. Nol- J decken and Saiuh Neldeckeu , Defeud- |j ants— Seventeenth District Court. g IJNDEIt AND BY VIHTUE OF A DECREE I ** of foreclosure and order of sale entered > in tho District Court of tlio Seventeenth Judiciul District uf tho Stato of Califcr- J nia, in and for tin; County of Loa Augeles, J on tho 27th duy of March, A.D. 1878, in the j above entitled case, and in favor of P. H. € Downing, plaintiff, and against A. H. NeiclecKon nnd Sarah Neidocken, t defendants, a certified cony whereof duly t attested uuder tho soul of sVid Court on the 28th day of March, A. D. 1878, and dcliv- \ ercd to mo on tlio 29th day of March, A. ( D. 1878, whereby lam commanded to sell, ! at public auction, to tlie highest and best , bidder, for cash in U. 8. gold eoiu, the fol lowing and in said decree described real 1 estate, to-wit: 1 Thatcerrain lot, piece or parcol of laud situate, lying and being In the cily and ' county tf Los Angeles, State of Callfor- I nia,aud known and deecribod as follows, 1 to wit: Bounded on tho east, by Main slreet, on the south by Seventh slreet, having a liontageof fifty feet on Main street und adeptn on Seventh street of one hun dred aud ten (110) feet, more or less, be ing 11 portion of lot one (1), block (IU) six teen, of Ord's survey of said city, it being the same lot purchased by W. tf. J. Brooks of .Insper Babcoek, and by said Brooks conveyed to said Niedecken by deed bearing date July Sftth, 1875. Public notice is hereby given that 011 THURSDAY, THJS 2oth DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1878, At 12:30 o'clock p.m, I will procoed to sell, at tbe court houso door, in thu city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal, interest, costs, attor neys' fees, ana ail accruing costs, all the above described real estate. Given under my hand nt Los Angoles, tins , 30th day of Uitrcrj, A. D. 1*73. U. M. MITCHELL, inr3ltd sheriff. The above sale is hereby post poned un til Monday the 13th duy of May, 1878, at the same time and place. 11. M. MITCHELL, t Sheriff. Dated L is Anceles, April 25th, Ib7S. Certificate of Co-Partner ship. KNO vV all.men by these presents: That we, Patrick Kine, residing iv the city of Los Angeles, county of Los An ; geles, aud Thomas McMahon, residing in the city of Los Angeles, county or Los - Angeles, in tho Stale ot California, do hereby certify and declare that we have ; organized and formed ourselves into a co-partnership, and we covenant and . agree, each with the other, to bo co-part ners for tho purpose of carrying and con ducting tho business or Boarding House, Saloon and Restaurant keeping, . in tho city of Los Angeles, couuty oi Los Angeles, State of California, under the firm namo aud sty lo of KtdNE 1 A CO. That tho principal placeof business of . said co-partnersuip is situated iv thu city of Los Angeles, county ofLosAuge -1 les, and State 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. 9 111 witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals, ibis twentieth - day of April, A. I>. 1878. PATRICK KINE. I Seal. 1 1 tuomas McMahon. [seal.] STATE OI- 1 CALIFORNIA, 1 I County of Los Angeles, J * t On this 20th day of April, lv the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy elght, before me, A. W. Potts, County * Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the County Court In und for tho suid county of Los ' Angeles, personally appeared Patrick Kmc and Thomas McMahon, known to me to bo the same persons whose names are subscribed to the within Instrument, * and acknowledged to me thai they cxc ■ culed the same. lv witness whereof, I have hereunto . set. my hand and affixed my official seal, the duy and year in this certificate first above wrllien. A. W. POITB, ap2o 1m Couuty Clerk. Delinquent Notice. LOS ANGELES OIL COMPANY. 1 Location Of principal placeof business, City and County of Los Angeles.Cnlif'or nia.— Location of works, Ventura coun ty, California. There is delinquent upon the following described stock, ou account of assess -1 ment No. 3, levied on tho 20th day of March, 1878, as per the several amounts set opposite tiie respective stockhold k ers, as follows: No. of No. of Name. Certificate. Shares. Ami, Charles Durfce 98 250 $62 50 B. 0, Parker 40 25U 02 56 L. W. Thatcher 36 250 62 50 And in accordance wil h law and In pur suance with an order of the Uonid of Di rectors made ou the 20th day of March. 1878, so many shares of each parcol of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at ihe office of the l Secretary, No. 15 Downey Block, In the city of lais Augeles, on the [ llth DAY OF MAY, 1878, * Atl2o'clock noon of that day, to pay , delinquent assessments thereon.together ■ with costs of advertising and expenses 1 of sale. t WM. J. NEELY,Secretnry, No. 15 Downey Block. 1 Los Angeles, Aptll 25,18:8. a2itd 1 MORTGAGE SALE. Franclsca A. MacDougall, plaintiff, vs. Wm. J. Moore, defendant—Seventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A a decree of foreclosure and order of ■aid entered in the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District : of tbe State of California. In and for Los Angelescouttty,on the 10thday of May, A.D. 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of mortgage, entered In the aforesaid Dis trict Court, annexed to said decree and dated the 13lh day of May, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled case, mid In favor of Fruuclsca A. MacDougall, plaintiff, . nnd against Wm. J. Moore, defend ant, a certified copy of which snid de creo of foreclosure, duly attested un der the soul ofsald court on the 13th day of May, A. D. 1878, and delivered tome, together wllh tho writ annexed thereto, on the same day, whereby I am commanded to sell at public auc tion, to the highest and best bidder, for cash In U. S. gold coin, the following and in said decree described real estute, (o Wit: All those certain lots, pieces and par cels of land situate, lying and boing In the city and county or Los Angeles, state of California, und particularly described as follows: First—That piece of land commencing 1 at the northwest corner of First and Wil- < mlngton streets, belug the whole of lot , five (5) and all thitportlon of lot six (6) 1 lying west of Wilmington slreet, as ( shown on the sub-division map or tho 1 Murat Gardeu tract, aud being the same whereon is erected the lodging houso of 1 the said Wm. J. Moore. Second—Those certain lots known as 1 lols eight (8) and nine (9), fronting one , bund rod (100) feet on the northerly sine of First street, as shown on the said map of the Murat G-irden tract, recorded In Hook one (I) of Miscellaneous Records, . page 018, in the office of the County Re confer of Lob Angelos couniy. I Third—Those certain lots of land being and Known as lots two (2), threo (S), flvo (5), six (0) and seven (7) or the Batlestoros tract, as known and designated on a map thereof made by F. Lecouvreur, County < Surveyor, March Ist, 18W, and recorded lv Book one (l)of Miscellaneous Records, Euge 585, County Recorder's office of said os Augeles county; together with the 1 tenements, hereditaments and appurto nances thoreunto belonging. Public notice Is heroby given that on !• THURSDAY, THE 6th DAY OF S JUNE, A. D. 1878, JJ At 12 o'clock M\, I will proceed to sell at the f. Court Houso door, in tho City and County „ of Los Angeles, State of California, at t public auction, to tho highest and best bid- r dor, foroash in United States gold coin, to f satisfy said decree for principal, iutercst, * attorney's fees, oosts, and all accruing ff costs, all the above described real estate. Given under my hand at Los Angeles, r this 15th day or May, A. D. 1878. H. M. MITCHELL. mlCld Sheriff". _ (I* I4> a day at home. Agents wanted, 8 iVLdU Outfit and terms free. TftUKA fr CO., Augusta, Maine. marl4d*wly -LEGAL. SUMMONS^ IN Iho District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District, of the Htate of Cal iiornln, In ami for the County of Ix>s An geles, The Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Las Augeles. Pi sin tlff, ugninsi Junius \ How, Jr., Defendant. Action brought in the District Court of th. seventeenth Judicial District of the •State of California, in and lor the County ol Los Angeles, and the Complaint filed in suid Couniy of Los Angeles, in iho offlee of the Clerk of said District Court. iho l'cople of tho Htate of California send greeting to James Viles, Jr., defendant. You aro hereby required to uppear in nn action brought against you by the **bove named plaintiff in tho Distiict Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of California, In and for tlie countyofLos Angeles, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of tho day of service) after the service on you of this summons—if served within tins county; or, if served out oi this couniy, but In this District, within twenty days; otherwise, within forty pays —or Judgment by default will be taken against you, accordlugto the pravcr of said complaint. Tho suid action Is brought to obtain a decree of fits court for the loreclosure a certain mortgage described In the said com plaint, and executed by the said James Vlles, Jr., to the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, on the twenty-fifth (3ft th) day of October, Ail*. IB7o| to secure ihe payment or the sum of eight hundred (1800) dollars in United States gold coin, with interest as set forlh in the said mortgage, and a certuin promissory note executed by said defendant, bearing even date with said mortgage; that tho prem ises conveyed and mortgaged by eatd mortgage may be sold, aud the proceeds applied to the payment ol Bald sum of $800 IK) dollars, In U. S. gold coin, wuh interest ut tlie rate of \% percent, per per month from the 25th day ol January, A. D. 1877, compounded monthly, and for ten per cent, upon the a mount which shall be adjudged to be dua on said note for attorney's Kes, as provided for In said mortgage, and costs of suit; and In case such proceeds arc not sufficient to nay tho same, then to obtain an execution against said defendant, James Viles, Jr , for the balance remaining due; and also that the said defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under him may be barred and foreclosed of all right, ti tle, claim, lien, equity of redemption and iutercst In aud to said mortgaged prem ises, and for other and further relief. Reference Is had to compialut for partic ulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said com plaint nsubove required, tho said plaintiff will apply to tho Court for the relief de manded In the said complaint. i.ivcn uuder my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of tho Stnte of California, iv and for the county of l,n>; Angeles, this 13th day of February, In the yearolour Lord,one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight. [Svl/J A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By JAMES 0. KAYS. Deputy Clerk. Glitssoll, Chapman A Smiths, Plaintiff's Attorneys. mr3l-2m Mortgage Sale. P. Beaudry, Plaintiff, vs. Vincent Gel cleh, D. Freeman and E, F, speuce, De fendants—Seventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a decree of foreclosure and order of Bale entered lv the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the Stato or California, in aud for Los Angeles ' county on the lath day ot January, A. I>. 1878, and by virtue of a writ ot execution on foreclosure of mortgage issued from the v fore snid District court annexed to said decree and dated tho 27th day of April, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled case and in, favor of P. Beaudry .plaintiff, and against Vincent Gelclch, D... Fiee maii and E. F. Speuce, do ■ feudants, a certified copy whereof, duly . attested undor tho seal of said court on the 23d day of April, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me ou the 27th day of i April, A. D. 1878, whereby 1 am com muuded to sell at public aucllon, to (he , highest and best bidder, lot cash lv U. M. i gold coin, tlie following and in saUl de cree described real estate, to wli: , All those two certain pieces or parcels or tracts of laud situate, lying and being liv tlie town of Wilmington, couniy (of Los Angeles, Htate of California, . more paiticularly described as follows, U) wit: First—The north half of block 8, Iv range 6, commencing atthe point of In- - ' terseetion of the eastern line of F slreet and the southern lino of Fifth street, and running the latter line north seventy-two degrees thirty-five miuules east five ei.miis to E street; thence south along E street seventeen de grees 25 minutes east .1 chains 60 links; thence south 72degrees 33 minutes west 5 . chains to X street; theuco along F street . north 17 degrees 25 minutes west three chains and flti> links to paint of begin ning, containing one and three-quatteis acres of land, aud particularly described in ihc map of Wilmiugtou, or New ssn ', Pedro, made by Frank Lecouvreur and recorded in County Records of Los Ange les couniy, in Book C or Deeds, pp. 60 and 67. Second—Lot I, In block 11, In Banuing's Reservation, so-culled; reference for more particular description of said lot being : made to the diagtum of blocks E.F.Q, H, Daud X of said rtservation drawn by Frank Lecouvreur and recorded in pages 485 and 48(1, In Book one of Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles county. Public notion is hereby given that on FRIDAY, THE l?tb DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock neon, I will proceed to sell at the Court House door, In tho city aud couniy of Los Augeles, State or Califor nia, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash iv U. S. gold coin to satisfy Bald decree for prin cipal, iuteresf, costs, and attorney's lees und all accruing costs, all the above de scribed real estute. Given under my hand, at Ix>3 Angeles, this 27th day of April, A. D. 1878. H. 11. MITCHELL, npr2B td sheriff. , In the Probate Court, Of tlie Couuty of Los Augeles, State of Califoruia. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON SALE OF REAL ESTATE. In the matter of the estate of .Jacob Gray, deceased. It appearing to suid Court by the peti tion this duy presented and filed by A. S. Gray, the Executorof the last Will and testament of Jacob Gray, deceased, praying for an order of Bale of real estate, that It Is necessary to soil the whole or some* portion of the real es tate oi said deceased to pay the debts out standing ugalnst the deceased and the debts, expenses and charges of adminis tration: It Is therefore ordered hy said Court that all persons Interested lv the estute ofsald deceased appear before the suid Probate Court on FRIDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Court Room of fvald Probate Court,at tlu Court House, In Los Angeles «'iiy, county and State aforesaid, to show 1 cause why an order should not be grant ed to the said Executor to sell so much of the real estate of tho said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of tills order lo published at least four successive weeks In the Los Angeles Ds||v Herald, anewH paper printed aud published in said county. ALBERT M. STEPHENS, Probate Judge. Dated May Bth, 1878. may!i-|w NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court Of tho Couuty of L.03 Angeles, State of Califoruia. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF B. D. WILSON, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given by the under signed, executor und executrix of the estate of B. D. Wil son, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims agalust the suid deceused to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten mopths after tho first publication ol this notice, to f the said executor nnd executrix, at their I rosldenue at Lake Vlnevurd, Lob Angeles I couuty, Californla.oratthe law offloes of I Thorn A Ross, in Temple Block, Los An- I geles city. i, J. DE BARTH SHORB, J MARGARETS, WILSON, ' Executor and Executrix of the estute of M a. D. Wilson, deceased. J Dated April 17, 1878. aIB-4w A S*F\ 0 I Per <**•?> « home ■ g>tj H i&tQVJ Spjnpks worth 11, ■ xee. Snicoit A Co., Portland, Me, ■ marHd w ■