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LOS ANGELES HORSES. A Chat About the Bcuthera Stable San Franiiec:) Spirit of the Timea'a Cor respondence, i Los Angeles, May 20, 1878. A few (lays ago I visited E. J. Baldwin's place in the San Gabriel valley tthe Sauta Anita Ranoh) where his trainer, Albert Cooper, showed me aome of the finest speci mens of horseflesh on the coast. BALDWIN'S BLOODED HORSE?. The first was a beautiful bright bay filly, 8 years old, perfect iv form, clean limbed and as pretty to look at as a handsome woman. She has no name, as Mr. Baldwin gives none of his oolts a name until they win a race. She was sired by Glen Athol, her dam Annette, she by Lexington. Next a bay filly 2 years old by Monarchist, he by Lexington, her dam Corn Flower, she by Glencne. Tben another bay filly 2 years old sired by imp. Gleu elg, ber dam the Nun, she by Lex lugton. This filly is sister to Ciara D. After her came a very handsome sorrel filly, 2 years old, sired by Glenelg, dam Began, she by Glen ooe. Next a very fine bay colt, the brother to Barney Williams,sired by Lexington, dam by Volger; this is a very promising colt. Tbe next on tbe list was Clara D. 3 years old. She is too well known to require a lengthy description, as she waa in several races during last Fall's circuit, winning one at Cbi oo, Marysville and at Sacramento. Next was shown a handsome dark bay filly, 3 years old, by Glenelg, dam Began, she by Gloncoe. This filly is half sister to Virgil and Vera Cruz. Then another dark bay filly by Virgil, he by Vandal, dam Mary Martin, she by Lexington. These colts are so near alike that it is useless to attempt to give au Individual deacrptlnn as in fine points each one is the counterpart of all tbe others. Mr. Baldwin has several more in training but we have uot the space for all. L. J. ROSE'S STABLES. [ afterwards visited Mr. L. J. Rose's place, where I saw another lioe lot. Mr. Rose's stock is pretty well known, still a little descrip tion may uot be out of place. First was led out a splendid four year-old named Silver Threads, sired by The Moor, dam Gray Dale she by Holenback's American Boy, (j d by Winlield Scott, g g d by Sir Harry, a sou of Horizell. Next came Mr. Rose's favorite, Sultan, a brown staliiou 3years old aud 16 hands high, sired by The Moor, dam Sultau, she by Delmon ioo, a son of Grey Miller, g d Ce leste by Mambrino Chief, g g d Brignora hy Downing's Bay Mes senger, g g g d Mrs. Caudle the dam nf Erricsou. After Sultan, came Grand Moor, black colt 2 years old by The Moor, dam Vastiu by Dr. Herr's Mambriuo Patcheu, g d Kate Taber by the Dunkin horse. Next, Del Sur, black colt 2 years old, he is also by The Moor, dam Gretcben, she by Canadian Cbief, g g d Fanning'-* Toby, g g g d by Lexington. Then a beautiful black mare, 3 years old, named Sable, a sister to Del Sur. Mr. Rose has over thirty more, all young aud equally well bred; also twenty-seven of this year's colts, by Inca, Silver Threads aud Sultan, but I will content myself this time by giving a short descrip tion of Tommy Gates and Beauti ful Bells. Tommy Gates has al ready acquired considerable noto riety as a trotter, but Mr. Rose thinks the half has not been told yet. He is 7 years old, by The Moor, his dam was a California mare one-fourth thoroughbred. Beautiful Bells is a black mare 6 years old, by The Moor, dam Min nehaha, she by Bold Chief, g d Nellie Clay by Stradei's CassiusM. Clay Jr., g c d by Abdallah, g g g d by Engineer, the sire of Lady Suf folk. I cannot pass the dead here (The Moor; by without a word. He was foaled in the year 18GG and died 1876; he was a black stallion, sired by Clay Pilot, a son of Neave's Cassius M. Clay Jr., his dam, Belle of Wabash, was by St. Bassinger, g d by William the 4th, Clay Pl lot's dam was by Pilot Jr., gd by Mambriuo Chief. L. H. TITUS'S II AM IJL ETON IAN STOCK. After leaving Mr. Rose* plane I called upon Mr. L. H. Titus. This gentleman lias some stock which he considers second to uoue, and I believe with good reason. The first one lo be led out uuder the or ange (teas was Kcho hinnelf, aud well may his owner be proud of him, for he has no superior and but few equals. Echo is a bay horse with black parts. He is eleven years and a perfect horse, sired by liysdick'a Hamblelonian, dam Fanny Felter, she by Magnolia, he hy American Star. As au earnest, of what Echo is thought of by horsemen, I would state that eight of the best mares of Sau Francisco are down hern to be bred to him. Mr. Titus next led out Cora, a fine brown mare six yours old, sired by Echo, dam the Young Mar*, she by Jack Hawkins, her dam Whip. Cora la un unusually fine animal, and a bri'liaut future is predicted for her. Next came Bull«t, a very flue bay horse by Echo, the dam a flue marc, but the pedigree un known. These two had both been entered for the races at Cbico and Sacramento, but will not start, as Mr. Titus is holding them for the Oakland races. We then went out to the pasture, where we saw thirteen fine colts, all by Kcho out of well bred mares. .. On the way back to town I call ' ed on Mr. Henry Mcfiregory, who drove tbe Mai.l and Uarus iv their races at Los Angeles last year. He showed me some very line auitnals, among others an unusually prom ising gelding seven years old, named Mozart, by Whipple's Hara bletonian, and a very line filly by Overland. HANCOCK M. JOHNSTON'S THOR OUGHBREDS. Next I visited Mr. 11. M. Johu stou's ranch in East Los Aligele?. Mr. Johns on has a line farm of 'jKX) acres, divided by several ujiles of fences Into four separate pastures; he Is rapidly coming into prominence as a breeder of tine stock. Joe Homero (who has charge of his stallious) led out Richmond and Oricuton, two splendid horses, well known to the readers of the Spirit, as they have both been advertised in its columns for sometime past. They are de serving of all that is said of them. He next brought out Roanoake, nn* of tbe most beautiful animals I ever looked upon. He is the per fect picture of a carriage horse, beautifully turned and very sty IMb, and has splendid trotting action, and can easily make bis mile in four minutes. His sire was Empe ror, a Norman Percheron horse, his dam Missouri, a thoroughbred mare. This cross was an ex periment of Mr. Johnston's, which proved to be a great sucoess, producing one of tbe hand somest aud most stylish horses on the Coast. His colts out of thor oughbred mares are very flue. Then came a number of 3 aud 4-year-olds and suckling trotters, numbering iv the neighborhood of 45 or 50. Among those that Mr. Johnson consider* the most promising are Greyling by the Moor, Ella by A. \V. "Richmond, Leu. Hose by Rich mond, Towbead by Echo, Four Aces by Richmond, Namouua by Richmond, aud Chante by Rich mond. Tbe others are by Rich mond, Crichton, Sacramento and other thoroughbred horses, all out of thoroughbred or well bred trot ting mares, and area splendid lot. Next came the brood mares, tin trotters first: Gray Dale by Amer ican Boy, she is tlie dam of Gray ling, Silver Threads and Daisy C; Barbara by Bold Chief, she is the dam of Den. Rose, the most prom ising suckling ou the place; she has shown a 2:37 gait; Gretchen hy Mambrino Pilot, tbe dam of Jucu, Joe Romero and other good ones; she has a record of 2:39. is with foal by Richmond; Bessie Bell by Over land, she is a very flue mare and has shown a 2:50 gait, with foal by Roanoke; and about 30 other fine well bred mares. Mr. Johnston also has a flue herd of thoroughbred short boru aud graded cattle, con sisting of about 90 head, in which he takes great pride, besides 2,000 head of thoroughbred Spanish merino sheep. OTHEK NOTED HOUSES. In the city I also got a look at some first-class stock. At Charley Durfee's stables I saw Sau Diego, a horse that is going to make his mark upon the turf record. He is five years old. At three years old he trotted in '44. He is by A. W. Richmond, out of a mare by Gage's Logan, he by Rysdyk'a Hamble tonian. His record of '44 he made in the fifth heat, proving that his staying qualities are good. After Sau Diego, was led out Tom Stout, six years old, by The Moor, out of a mare by Argyle. Stout lias a record of '40K Mr. Durfee also showed me a very promising colt, four years old, a full brother to Stout, owned by W. R. Rowland. Mr. Durfee is handling Mr. H. M. Johustou's filly Grayling, which is eutered for tlie Nursery Stakes next Fall, I believe. Mr. Durfee and Mr. MoOregory (of tho Mission; have the handling of nearly all the good ones. H. P. M. FIVE HUr»DRED DOLLARS ! IN COLD COIN, TO HE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES AT THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS Under eighteen years or rge, who make The Best Biscuit VITU Bowen's Yeast Powder. State Falrat Sacramento. 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PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Arc n d ■ IverM >eU fU "cine-alls," but nra ppeoinVl i" th • diseases fur which they are recommended. NATURAL BBLKCTIOH.~-Invcsttge> ois of natural science have demonstrated beyond controversy that throughout the animal kingdom the "survivalof tlie lll test" Is the ouly law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not tho same principle govern the commercial pros perity of man? An iuterior cannot su persede a superior article, llv reason of superior merit, Ur. Pierces Hiunduid Medicines have outrival led all otheis. Their sale in the United State-; alone ex ceeds one million dollars p-r annum while the aiuouut expotteJ foots up to acveral hundred thousand more. No business could grow to such gigantic pro portions nnd re.-i upon any oilier basis than that of merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to UfeC Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its cures event ovcru period of 20years. Or. Sage s Catarrh Remedy lis sale constantly Increases. Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by Its mild, (soothing effect. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures "Colli iv Head" and Catarrh, ot Ozcenu. AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. Uockpokt, Mass., April 2, 1677. Mk. Ei>itok: — Having read in your pa per iepulis of iho remarkable cures ol ca tarrh. 1 am induced to tell " what I know about catarrh," and 1 fancy tho"snuff" and "Inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would be glad if tuey could emblazon a similar cure lv the papers, r'ur 2ti years 1 Buffered with catarrh. The nasal passages bccumecompluteiy closed, "suud," '-dust," "ashes," "Inhaling tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't, work, though at intervals I would suit! up the so-cailed catarrh snuff, uutil 1 became a valuable tester for such medicines. I gradually grew worse, and njoue can know how much 1 su flu red or what a miserable being 1 was. Aly head ached over my eyes until 1 was routined to niy bed for many successive days, suitering the most intense pain, which ul one time lasted continuously for ItiS hours. All sense ot smell and taste go.ie, sight and hearing Impaired, body surun ken and weakened nervous system shat tered and constitution broken, and 1 was hawking and spitting seven-eighths ot the time. 1 preyed ior death to relieve me oi mv suite. Ing. A favorable notice in your pu'per ot lit, -Sage's Catarrh Uemedy in duced me to purchase a package aud use it wl h Dr. Tierce's Nasal Douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres sure, tlie only way compatible with com mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not cure me in three-jourlhs of a secoud, nor InonehOUf or month, but lv less than eight minutes 1 was relieved, and iv three mouths entirely cured, and havo remained so over sixteen months. While using the Cutarrh remedy, I used Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu rity my blood and strengthen my stom ach. I also kept my liver active aud bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will induce other sufferers to seek the same means ol relief, this letter will have an swered its purpose. \ours irttiy, S. D. RE MICK. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.—The fol lowing uumcd parties are among the thousands who have boon cured, of ca tarrh hy tho use ol Dr. sage's Catarrh Keuiedy: A F Downs, New Geneva, Fa; D J Brown, St Joseph, Me; E C Lewis, Rutland, Vt; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake, Ohio; ChasNorcrop.N'th Chesterfield,Me; Milton Jones, fcicriua.NY; J E Miller, Bridger Station, Wy; J C Mcrrlman, Lo gansport, lnd; M M I'ost, Logausport, Ind;J W Balley.Tremont, Fa; U B Ayres, La Forte, lnd; Jessie M stars, h t Branch, lnd; L Williams, Canton. Missouri; W A Thayer, Ouarga, III; SB Nichols, Jr, Gal veston, Texas; Jonas F Keinert, Stones ville, Fa; S W Lusk, McFarland, Wis; Johnson Williams, Uclmick, Ohio: Mrs M A Curry, Trenton. Term: JGJoslin, Keene, JS H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W Va; Louis Anders, Uaysport, Ohio; C H Chase, Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry Haight. San Francisco, Cal; Mrs E M Lawrencevllle, N V; W J Graham, Adel, Iowa; A O Smith, Newnan, Ga: Chu* E Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car lisle, lnd; Dan'l B Miller.Ft Wayne.lud; Mrs Minuia Arnaise, 9W) Delancy St, New York; 11 W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F Marstou, Lowell, Mass; i W Roberts, Maricopa, Ariz; ChasS Delaney, Harris burg, Fa; M C Cole, Ixiwell. Mass; Mrs C J Spurtin,Camden, Ala; Charles F Kaw, Frederlcktown, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt ington, Farniiugton,lll; Capt E s Spauld- Ing, Camp Stanibaugh, Wyu; I W Trucy, Steamboat Rock, Iowa; Mrs Lydia Waile, sbusban.N V; J M Peek, Junction City, Mont; Henry Ebe, Bautus.Cul; L BCuu: mings, Rantoul, 111; S E Jones, Charles ton Four Corneis, N V; Geo F Hall, Pueb lo,Cal; WmEßartrie, Sterling, Pa; II X Ebon, U4S Perm st, Pittsburg, Pa; J R Jackmun, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zobrist, Geneva, N V; Miss HuUie Pai rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L 1 edbrook, Chatham, 111; s B McCoy, Nashport, Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson, Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darieu, Wis; John Zelgler, Carlisle springs, Pa.; James Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch Duer, Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xenla, Ohio; SB Nichols, Gulvt stou, Texas; H L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John DuvU, Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For est Grove, Ogo. Golden Medical Discovery Is alterative, or blood cloansing. Golden Medical Discovery la Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cholairosue, or Liver Stimulant. Golden Medical Discovery Is Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of its alterative properties, cures Diseases of the Blood aud skin, as Sciofula,or King's Evil; Tumors; Ulcers, or Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples uud Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral properties It cures Bronchial, Throat nnd Lungatleclions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs, aud Chronic Laryngi tis. Its Cholugogue properties, render it an unequal reuitdy for biliousness; Tor pid Liver, or •'LlverComplalut;" und its Tonic properties make it equally elllca cious In eunug Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite und Dyspepsia. Where (he skin Is sullow nnd covered with blotches aud pimples, or where there are scrofulous, swellings und affec tions, a few bottles of Gotueu Medical Discovery will effect an entiie cure. If you feel drowsy, debilituted, have sullow color of skin or yellowish-brown spots on taco or body, ireqtieut heuduehe or dizzi ness, bad taste iv mouth, Internal heal or chills alternated with hoi flushes, low spirit* and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite und tongue couted, you are auf lerlng from Torpid Liver or Biliousness. In many cases of Liver Complaint, only partof these symptoms ure experienced. As a remedy for nil such cases, Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as Reflects perfect cures,leaving tho liver strengthened aud healthy. THE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT DR. R.V. PIFRCE Is the sole proprie tor and munulacturer of tho foregoing remedies,all of which are sold by drug gists. Ho Is also the author ot the Peo ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser, v work of nearly 1000 pages, with 282 wood engravings *>nd colored plates. He has already sold of this popular work Over 100,000 Copies! PRICE, (post-paid) : : : $1 50 Address: R. V. PIERCE, M. D., Worl J'« DiaptDinry, liuflalo, N.Y. ULrS-eod-dAw-ly LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Alexander Weill, Plaintiff, vs. Michael White and Maria Kosarlaue Wlile, his wile, U. Colin, Joseph licslap uud H. W. llallrnan, J. llaus and A. Haas, partners composing the firm of Heli um n, Haas A Co., Defendants — Seven teenth District Court. Under and by virtue of a decree of Foreeloenre and order of sale entered lv the District Ceiurt of the Seventeenth Ju dicial DiStrict Of lhe Slate e>f California, iv and for Los Angeles county, ou tha '23 J day of May. A. D. 1878. and a writ ou foreclosure of mortgage entered lv the aforesaid District Court, annexed to suid decree and dated the 27th day of May, A. D. 187S, In the above entitled case ami in favor of Alexander Weill, plaintiff, and ugalust Michael Whltoand Maria Kosa rla de White, his wife. B. Cohu, Joseph Heslsp and H. W. Hellman, J. Haas and A. Haas, partners composing tho firm of Hellman, Haas a Co., defendants, a cer tified copy of which said decree of fore closure duly alte-steel under the seal ol suld Court on the 27th day of May, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me, together with the writ unuexed thereto, on the sumu day, whereby 1 am commanded to sell at public auction to tbe highest and host bidder, for cash in U. S. gold coin, the following and In said decree described real estate, to wit: All that certain tract or parcel of land situate in the Township of Ban Gabriel, county of Los Augeles, State of Califor nia, described as follows, to wit: Lot forty-four Ml) In township one (li north range twelve (I*o west Han Bernar dino meridian, being the aauio tract of land for which a patent was Issued by the Government ol the United States to said Michael White August 21st, 1871; said patent being recorded in Book one (t), page 212, et seq. of Patent Records of Los Angeles couuty, to which reference U made lor more full and particular de scription; saving and excepting, howev er, those two certalu parcels of said tract of land, one conveyed by the said Mi chael White und Maria Kosaria do White, his wife. August 2 I,IBW, to Frnn cisca Eslap by deed recorded in Book 15, page 810* of Deetls, records of suid couuty, and the other conveyed by Said Michael White and Maria Rosariu de White, his wile, October 16th, 1871, to Joseph 11 eslap, by deed recorded In Book 81 of Deeds, page 800, records of said couuty. Public notice is hereby given that on THURSDAY, TUE 20th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to Bell, at tne Court House door, in the city and county of Los Augeles, State of Cali fornia, at public auction, to ihe highest and best bidder, for cash lv U. S. gold coin, to su.isl'y said decree for principal, Interest, attorneys 1 fees, cost*, and all ac cruing costs, ull tho above described real estate. Given under my hand, at Los Angeles, thU27ih day of May. A. D. 1878. U. M. MITCHELL, mj2Jtd Sheriff, mortgage Sale. Alexan ler Weill, Plaintiff,vs, Louis Hal berstbdtet al, Defendants—Seventeenth District Conn. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a el CO ieo of fo re OIOSU re and order of sale entered lv the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of tbe state of California, in and for Los Angeles county on tho 23d day of May, A. D. 1878, and by virtue ot a wiit on foreclosure of mortgage entered in tlie aforesaid District Court annexed to said decree and elated the 21th day eif May, A. D. 1878, In the uoove entitled case aud In favor of Alexander Weill, plaintiff, uud against L. Halberstadt, Ca rola A. M. llalherst idtaud E. Schubert, assignee of L. Halbcrstudt, de fen el ants, a cert illed copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said court on the 24th day of May, A. D. lt>7B, and delivered to me, together with the writ annexed thereto, on the 25th duy of May, A. D. 1878, whereby I am com manded to sell at public auction, to lhe highest and best bidder, fen cash in U. S. gold coin, the following and In said de cree described real estiii.*, SO wit: All those certain lots, pieces or parcels ol land, situate in thu town of Auuhelin, county of Los Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, and being each 11 rods long and f>y u rods wide, und known and marked upon the map of Anaheim, recorded In the Recorder's office of said couuty iv Book 4 of Deeds, pages 6i9 nud C3U, as town lots numbers fifty-one t,51) and fifty five i > ; also, all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of laud, situate In tho county una state aforesaid, and forming part ot" the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, and known and described as follows, to wit: Lots number uiue (9) and ten (It 1 ) In block Cof the Chapman tract, according to tho mup and survey of said tract made by Frank Lecouvreur in December, 1870. Also, apiece or laud adjoining said lot nine and to tlie east thereof, described us follows, to wit: Commencing at the northeastern coruer of said lot number nine (9j; thence east two and 83100 chains; thence south twenty (90) chains: thence west, two und 8-100 chains to the southeast coruer of said lot nine. (9); thenco northerly along tbe east llneol suid lot nine to the point of beginning; said lots 9 und 10 and the piece of laud last described containing eighty acres. Public notic * is hereby given that on TUESDAY, THE 13th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. IS7S, At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to sell at the Court Houso door, In the city and county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, ut public auction, to the highestand best bidder, for cash In U. s. gold coin te> satisfy snid decree for prin cipal, interest, attorney's fees, costs and ami all accruing costs, till the above de- SOJUbed real estate. Given under my hand, at Los Angeles, this 25tb day of May, A. D. 1878. H. M. MITCHELL, my 26 U Sheriff- Furniture Factory FOB LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, California. Fuc ory bus all approved machinery In use, which Is enlirely new. Machinery driven by an eighty horse-power boiler and engine. Railroad switch connects factory with 3. P. R. X., giving facilities for shipping to all points in the Interior, and its close proximity to the wharf en ables material to bo laiuled at the factory trom the mills as chenp'y as In Sun Franclbco. WILL BE SOLD CHEAP TO Close up partnership affairs of B. D. Wilson A Co. Apply to thu surviving partner, J. DIsHARTH SHOKB, myStf San Gabriel P. 0„ Cal. For Sale Cheap. A Cottage and Lot on Hill St., Near First, Commanding a view e>f t>:e oceau and valley. Tho undersigned will dispose of tho ebOVS property, with n view to im prove and build on the adjoining lois. Apply to M. KELLEHER, City Surveyor. Office—No. I Temple street. dit tf UTOIR, S-A.l_iE. I offer my place, three-quarters of a mile from Downey City, on tho Wllming toa road, adjoining tho Callege, at a bar gain. It comprises TWENTY AOItES, Fifteen of which are in fruit, of choice varieties. There are eight acres of Mus cat grapes. Comfortable house on the premises. LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate possession will beglvon, If desired, witli the entire growing crop of fruits, etc. Water rlghtattacbed to land, but, no necessity for use. Apply to Jy4 6rn O. H. ALLEN, on the premises. LEGAL. «A.IV ACT 0 PROVIDE FOR A CONVENTION TO FRAME A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. lApurova.l March 30, 18T8 ] Vhe People of tlw State of Califor nia, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section I. An election shall be held tn the third Wednesday in June, eight en hundred and scVi nty-eight of dele gates to meet in Couvention to revise the Constitution oi this state and to frame a lew Constltat;ou. No oilier question ihull be submitted to the people or voted m at such election, any statute or law to be contrary not withstanding. All oilier dections culled for the same time shall .to held at Ihe nex general or special state election. Si c. 2. Tho number of .delegates to be xhoeen to such Convention shall he one uindred aud fifty-two, to bd apportioned is follow!) The counties ol wan Diego mil sun Bernardino shall jointly elect mc delegate; the couniy of San Diego diall elect one delegate; the canity of San Bernardino shall elect, oue delegate; Lhe county of Los Augeles slmll elect three delegates; tlie Counties of Ventura, ■Santa Buibara and San Luis Obispo shall 3lect one delegate; the counties of TU* lure, Kern and Fresno shall elect one Jelegate each, and tho counties of Mono nnd Inyo shall elect one delegate; the counties ol Marlposi. Merced und Stan islaus shall jointly elect one delegate; the counties of Mariposa an l Merced shall Jointly elect ono delegate; the county of Stanislaus shall elect one del egate; the counties of Sant.l Cruz, Mon terey and Sau Benito shall Jointly elect, ouedelegate; the county of Santa Cruz shall elect ono delegute; the county of Monterey shall elect oue delegate] the county of Sun Benito shall elect oue del egate; the county of Santa Clara snail elect live delegates; the city and county of San Francisco sliall elect at largo thirty delegates; the city and couniy ot Ban Francisco at large, Jointly with the county of Sun Mateo, shall elect one del egate; the county of San Mateo shall elect ono delegate; the county of Alame da shall elect Aye delegates-; tho coun ties of Contra Costa and Marin shall Joiutly elect one delegate; the county ol Contra Costa shall elect oue delegate; the county of Marlu shall elect one dele- Kate; the counties of San Joaquin and Amador shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county of San Joaquin shall elect four delegates; the county of Amador shall elect two delegates; tnc counties of Tuolumne and Calaveras shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county ot Tuol umne shull elect one delegat?; the county of Calaveras shall elect one dele gate; the county of Sacramento shall elect five delegates; the counties of So lano nnd Yolo shall Jointly elect one del egate; the county of Solano sliall elect tnree delegates; the county of Yolo shall elect one delegate; tho counties of Nupa, Lake and Sonoma shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county of Napa shall elect one delegate; the county ol Lake shall elect one delegate; tho coun ty of Sonoma shall elect tour delegate*; the county of Placer shall elect two dele gates; the counties of El Dorado and Al pine shall Jointly elect two delegates; the county of El Dorado shall elect one dele gate; the counties of Nevada and (sierra shall jointly elect one delegate; the county of Nevada shal I elect four dele gates; tho couniy ot Sierra shall elect ouedelegate; the counties of Yuba and Suiter shall jointly eteet one delegate; the county of Yuba shall elect two dele gates; the county of Suiter shall elect ono delegate; the counties of Butte, Plu mas nud Lassen shall jointly elect one delegate; the counties ot I'lumas and Lassen snail Jointly elect one delegate; the county ol Butte shall elect two dele gates; the counties of Mendocino, Hum boldt and Del Norte shall Jointly elect one delegate; tho couuty Of Humboldt shall electoue delegate; thecountyof Mendo cino shall elect one delegate! the county ot Del Norte shall elect one delegate; the counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity and Shasta shall jointly elect one delegate: the countfes of Siskiyou and Modoc shall Jointly elect one delegate; the coun ties of Trinity and Shasta shall jointly elect one delegate; the couniy ot Tehama shall elect one delegate; the county of Colusa shall elect ono dele gate; aud thirjy two (83) delegates shall be elected hy tlie State at large, eight (S) residents of each Congressional District. Rice. 3. All persons entitled hy law to vote for Members of Assembly shall bfl entitled to vote at such elect lon In their respective election districts, and not elsewhere. Such electoin shall bo by ballot. Skc. 4. The following regulations shall apply to Ihe aforesaid eloeuou, to be held ou the third Wednesday in June, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy-eight: First—The said election shall ho held and conducted by the proper election of ficers of the several election districts of the State, and shall be governed and reg ulated In all respects by the general eh c tion laws of tlie state In loice al the time of said election, so far as tho same shall be applicable thereto, aud not in consistent with tlie provisions of this act. Second—At the special election to be held under this act, if no olhei provision for printing and using new Ureal Regis ters or ward registers shall havo in the meantime been made by law, the copies ofthe Great Registers which were used in the several counties of this State at the general election hold in the yenrelghteen hundred and seventy-seven shall be used. The Boards of Supervisors must furnish the Boards of Election of each precinct lv their respective counties, bo loro the day ou which said special elec tion Is appointed to be held, at least one copy of the aforesaid printed Great. Reg ister. If the Boards of Supervisors can not otherwise ob am a sufficient number of copies ofthe register for the purpose. It must lake the copies filed in the office 01 the County Clerk, in pursuance of sec tion one thousand two hundred and six ty-eight of tho Political Code. If the copy of the register which shall bo fur nished to any precinct shall have beeu used at any previous election, the char acter "X" may bo used Instead of the word "voted," as required by sectiou one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight of the Political Code. Itshall not bo the duly ol tho Boards of Election to post copies of the Oreat Register, us required by section one thousand ono hundred and forty-nine of the Political Code. The voter, when he ollei s his hal lot at a poll ing place, shall uot be required to an nounce his number on the Great Regis ter, as provided for in section one looui and two hundred and twenty-five of the Political Code. Third—The Officers of the several conn ties of this State, whose duty it is under the law to receive and canvass the re turns from the several precincts of their respective counties, as well us the city and county ol Ban Francisco, shall meet atthe usual place of meeting lor such purpose on the second Monday after said election. 11, at lhe time of meeting, the returns from each precinct lv tho county In which polls were opened have been re ceived, tho Board must th*m and there proceed to canvass the returns; but. If all returns have not been received, the can vass must he postponed trom day lo day until all ofthe returns are received or until six postponements have been had, when they shull proceed to make out returns of the votes c ist for delegates to be mem bers of the Convention; and tlie proceed ings of the officers whoso duty It is to make out said returns shall be the same as those prescribed for like officers In the ease of an election for Governor, except that tho returns shall be transmitted to the Secretary of State. The persons re ceiving the highest number of votes at such election shall bo elected, except in the case or persons voted for us delegates at large. Of the persons so voted for as delegates at large, tho «dght persons, resi dents of any one Congressional Dlctrlct, who sliall have lecelved a plurality of votes over ail other persons, severally, who reside In the sanio Congressional District, shall be declared elected such delegates at large. Fourth—The Secretary of State shal!, as scon as the returns of said election shall bo received by him, or within twenty days alter said election, In the presence of the Governor and Controller of Sale, open and compute all of the re turns received of votes given for mem bers of the Convention, and the Governor shnll forthwith Issue his proclamation, declaring the mimes of the persons who have been ObOltn members of said Con vention* Skc. 5. Tho delegates ia chosen shall meet In Convention In tlie Assembly Chamber at the Capllol, in the city of Sacramento, on tho twenty-eighth ot Sep'ember, eighteen hundred and seven ty-eight, at twelvo o'clock M. They shall, hy a viva voce vote, and tho vnto shall be entered on the Journal, elect one of tbeir number President, and such Secretaries and other officers as they may deem necessary. A' ler Iho said Convention hits mot and organized, Ii shall have power lo adjourn to and hold Its meetings at any place In said elly of Sacramento other t ban tho said Assem bly Chamber, and ail committee rooms of I he suite *'upllol building shall he un der the control of snid Convention. The President of iho Convention may ap point not exceeding one Doorkeopcr and lour Paiges. Tho Convention may select Phonographic Reporters, and fix tho amount of their compensation; also, a Hergeant-at-Armsand one assistant. The delegates to the Convention shall receive the same per d'em and mileage as mem bers of the DeslHlature; provided, nooom pensatloo shall be allowed delegates af- .LEGAL. ler the expiration of one hundred days. HO pay shull ho allowed lor nny rav»s longer than thieo days at one time. The Secretary shall receive eight dollars per duy, and his assistant each six dollars per day, ami the Doorkeepers, l*agS*, Hergeniit-ut-Arms md assistants shall receive the same compensation as pro vided by law Am 1 similar services and at* tendance upon ihe Assembly, The amount of pay shall bs v rtitled by the president ot Lhe convention, end shall he paid by tho Fn usurer Of Mate, on lhe warrant of the Controller, tv the same mnuncr as members of the Legislature are paid. Itshall he the duty ofthe Gov eruor to attend said Convention ut the opening thereof, and to administer ins constitutional oath ol offlce to the dele gates, and to preside at nil meetings thereof until a rresidenl has been elect* d and taken his seat, but the Governor shall have neither the casting vole nor any other vote therein. '1 ho Secretary of State shoii also attend at tho opening of the Convention and call the rol i of delegates. All public officers, Hoards nnd Comiu s slous shall fui nlsh such (.'onvent lon with all such Information! papers, statement' , hooks or other public documents In their poseessfon as tho said convention shall order or require for its use from time to time while In session. it shall be the duty of Ihe Secretary of State to furnish the members of said Convention with stationery to the amount provided hy law for the Legislature while in session, '■and to the Convention such stationery, manual,file boards and other Uko things us are lurnishcd to the two Houses of tlie Legislature* Bald Convention may adopt such rules and regulations for its own government :is a majority of its members may determine, und said Convention shall be the Judge of the election and qualification of its own members. Six. 0. A journal ul tho proceedings of the said Convention shall be ke;>t, and shall, at the final adjournment t hereof, bo tiled in the office of ihe Secretary <>i state, »nd the Constitution agreed to by the Convention shal 1 be recorded In his offlce. A majority of the Convention shall constitute a quorum to do business. The doors of the Convention shall he kept ipcn, except when iho public wel fare shall require seeresy. Every dele gate to the convention shall have lhe like privileges from arrest and from civil process as members of tho Legislature now have by law. For uny speech or de bate lv the Convention, the delegates sliall not be questioned lv any other place. Tho Convention shall have the power to expel auy of its members, and to punish ns members and Officers for disorderly behavior, by imprisonment or Otherwise: but no member shall be ex pelled until the report of v committee appointed to inquire Into the facts al ed as the ground of his expulsion shall have been made. Tho Convention shall have the power to punish as a contempt and by imprisonment or otherwise, a breach of his privileges, or of the privil eges of Its members, but such powershall not be exercised except against, persons Kttllty of one or mure of the following of fenses: First—The offense of arresting or sub jecting a member or officer of tho Con vention to civil process, in Violation of his privilege from arrest as heretofore declared. Second—That of disorderly conduct In the immediate view and presence ol do Couvention, and d rcctly tending to In terrupt its proceedings. Third—That Of publishing any false and malicious report of the proceedings of tho Convention, or of the conduct ol v mem ber in his delegated capacity. Fourth—That of refusing to atf end or be examined, as a witness, either before the Convention or a committee to take testi mony in tho proceeding of the Conven tion. Fifth—That of giving or offering a bribe to a member, or of attempting by menace or any other corrupt means or device, di rectly or Indirectly, to control or influ ence a member in giving his vote, or to prevent him Irom giving the same. In all cases iv whioh the Convention shall punish nny of Its members,or offi cers, or any other person, by imprison ment, such Imprisonment shall not ex tend beyond the session of the Couven tion. Every person appointed to the of fice ol Secretary ofthe Convention shall, before he enters on the duties of his office, execute* bond to the peoplo of t lie St ate with such security as the Controller shall approve, in the penal sum of five thous and dollars, conditioned that be Shall faithfully perform the duties of his office and ai count tor all moneys which may come into his hands by VlitUCthereof. Stx. 7. Tho Constitution framed by suchConventlod shall bo submitted by the Convention to the people for their adoption or rejection at a special election to be held on the first Wednesday of May, eighteen hundred and SL'veuty-uine, and every person hereby entitled to vote lor delegates may vole at that election, on such adoption or rejection, in the election district in which he shall then reside, and not else where. The said Constitu tion shall he voted on as a whole. No other question than the adoption or re jection of the proposed constitution Shall be submitted to the people or voted on at such election, any statute or law to tho contrary notwithstanding! Tho Convention shall prescribe the publica tion of said Constitution, and the notice to be given of the election. The ballots or tickets shall have printed or written up on them the words" For the New Consti tution," or "Against tho New Constitu tion," and all the provisions of law now or at that time existing In regard to gen eral elections shall be applicable to such election, except that tho provisions of tho first and second subdivisions of section four of this act shall also apply to said election. Thecanvasslng and returns of the votes cast upon such question shall. In such manner as the Convention shall direct, be certified to the Executive of the Stab', who shall call to his assistance the Controller, Treasurer anil Secretary of state, and eon pare the votes as certi fied to him. If, by suoh an examination, it is ascertained that a majority of the whole number of votes cast at such elec tion bo In favor of sucli new Constitu tion, the Executive of this State shall, by liis proclamation, declare such new Constitution lo he tho Constitution e>f thu statu of California, and that, it will lake effect nt such time ns the saitl Couvention may havo In Its direc tion, by resolution, or In said Constitu tion itself, fixed. If said Convention fix no time for said Constitution to take ef fect, then it shall take effect Immediately upon such proclamation being made. SKO.es All willful and corrupt false swearing In taking any of the oaths pre scribed by this act, or by t be laws of this State made applicable to this act, or In any other mode or form in carrying into effect this act , shal l be deemed perjury, and sliall be punished In tho manner now prescribed by law for willful and corrupt, perjuiy. Skc.D. It Shall be the duty of lhe Sec rotary of H nto to cause this act to be published once n.month after its passage, until the election of delegates herein provided, lv not more than five of tho public newspapers published lv this state—ono of said publications to bo in some newspaper published In tho city nnd couuty of Francisco, and one In the city of Sacramento, and ono in the coun ty of Los Angeles, und one In Ihe county ot Nevada, and one in Ihe county of Tu lare; and the expense of publishing the same, and all either legal expenses In curred In printing for the Convention, shall be audited by the Controller and paid by the State Treasurer, according to law. Slc. 10. All the printing nooessary for the said Convention, under tho provis ions Of this act, shall he done uud per formed at the State Printing Office. Skc. 11. In oaseany vacancy occurs, by reason of the death, resignation, or ot her- Wlie.Of any delegate elected to sahl Con vention, the same ahull be filled by the Convention. Skc. 12. The sum ( f oni hundred and fifty thousand dollars, or so much there of as may be necessary, is hereby appro priated out of any money in tlie state Treasury, to pay tho expenses ofthe Con vention provided for in this act. .skc. Hi. This act shall take cfleet Im mediately. Notice of Assessment. CALIFORNIA STA 11 OIL WORKS COMPANY. Locution of Principal Place of Business, Sun Frunchco, California— Location 01 Works, Andrews'citation, Los Angeles, Co*! San Buenaventura, Ventura 'Jo, Cat. Notice Is hereby given th it tit a meeting of the Hoard of Directors held on the loth day of May, 1878, an as sessment (No. 3) of fl 50. per share was levied upon lhe cap ital stock oi the corporat on, payable Im mediately, In U.S. Kohl coin, to tho sec retary, at Iho office of tbe Company, 815 California street, S&U Francisco, Califor nia. Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on tho igtb day of June, 1878, will be delin quent and advertised for sato at public auction; and unless payment Is maile be fore will be sold on Friday, Ihesth day of July, 1878, to nay tue delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertis ing und expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directum, j. s, taylor, s« ore tar y. Ofilec-315 California St., Mm Fran oi SCO, California. my 241 el SHlff "* 1 Worphln* h«btt BbtcluMlr BTid I I 9 ratt ' ' ' • V nw.l.pHinlrr.l iwjmUHr UX. IT IE 3 IWBJ H<>T>'l«<,uii|)iorparn<-iilnrH. Dr. tVirl afsTs sawssssn****" mya-flm LEGAL. DEMOCBATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. NOTICE 13 II IB KB BY GIVEN THAT nt a meeting of the Democratic County Central Commute tor Los An gelee county, held In tbe oltyof Lbs An geles on Saturday, May .Htbi is.7B,it was RisoitVKn, That a Demosrstlo County Convention, tor tbe county of Los An geles, bo hold ut t ho COUNTY COUHT KOOM, m (he city of Los Angeles, on Tuesday, tbe Fourth day of June, 1878, at 11 o'clock a. m., for I he purpose ol nominating tr.ree eandiilates lor I t>legates to the Conven tion to revise Iho Constitution Of the Blateof California. That for the purpose of electing Dele gates to said County Convention, a pri mary Election bo held by the Democrats of the several precients hereafter named v pon Saturday, tho Ist Day of June, 1878. That the polls In the several precincts bo opened utO o'clock A. m. and closed at 5 o'clock p. at. of that day. That tho following bo tbe, tests for vot ers at said election: Ist. That they ure qualified voters un der the la.vs of this Slate. 2d. That tney are Democrats. That tho several Judges of election, whether appointed by order ol this Com mittee or Other*isc selected, he and the y are hereby authorised and required to canvass t he votes oust at their respective polling places, and to Issuo lo the Dele gates elected to said County Convention proper certificates of election to bo pre sented by the Delegates to the Conven tion when assembled, and that BUCh Judges seal up the ballots, poll and tally lists need at said election and forward the same by some safe means before the meeting of said County Convention to the Secretary of the Democratic Couniy Com mittee at Los Angeles city. 'that the following bo and is a list of the several precincts, polling places, Judges of election, and the number of Delegates to said Convention to which the several precincts aro and shall bu entitled respectively. That is to say. ANAHEIM—Judge Bailey's oilioej A. Bailey Judge; 3 Delegates. A/.USA—s. Caheu's stoic; J. T. (jlordon, Judge; 2 Delegates. cienega-Park It. R. Station;J. A. Nichols Judge; l Delegate. CAHUENGA—SchooI House; V. Maun Judge; 1 Delegate. CoMl'ToN-s. Grand & Co.'s Store; J. P, Uentley Judge; 2 Delegates, DUAK'fK-t>r. Beardslee's house; Dr.N, Ihardslee Judge; 1 Delegate. EL MONTE—Tipton's hotel; J. E. Tip ton Judge; 2 delegates. ELIZABETH LAKE—llefTner's hotel; J. ilellner Judge; 1 Delegate* FLORENCE—SchooI house; G. W. Ju den Judge; 1 Delegate. FOUNTAIN VALLEY—SchooI house; W. U. Caudle Judge; 2 Delegates. GARDEN GROVE—School houso; Dr. J. T. Head Judge; 1 Delegate. LOS NIBTOS-B. Gulrudo's slore; M. P, Tyler Judge; 2 Delegates. L.\ BALLON A—School house; T. A. Saxon Judge; 1 Delegate. LOS AN GUI LBS t First l'recint—Bath slreet. school house; Felix Gallardo Judge; I Delegates. second l'recint— Council Rooms; It. 11. Dalton Judge; :i Delegates. Third Precinct—Hound House; Joseph Ruber Judge; -I Delegates. FourthPreolnot—Court House; R. A. Ling Judge; ti Delegates. MONTH VISTA-SohOOl house; Jus. Thompson Judge; 1 Delegate. NOKVVALK—J.CaIdweIPs house; Willis Newton Judge; 2 Delegat*B. OLD MlSSlON—Basey'sstore; A. Ren don Judge; 1 Delegate. ORANGE —Orunge Hotel;.l. Y.Jenkins Judge; 1 Delegate. PASADENA—SchooI house; Dr. W. \V. Edwards Judge; 1 Delegate. POMON A—School house; F. Palotnares Judge; i Delegate* RAVENA—SchooI house; J. Talbot Judge: 1 Delegate. SAN GABRIEL— Tuch's store; 11. Hamilton Judge; Bdelegates* SAN JOSE—Caldwell's slorej A. B. Caldwell Judge; 2 Delegates. SAN JUAN CAPISTKANO-Eiier's Ho tel ; John Congdon Jndge; 2 Delegates. SAN ANTONIO-School lions.-: Robt. Tweedy Judge; l Delegate. SANTA ANA—Sellout house; Trinidad Vorba Judge; 1 Delegate. SAN JOAQUIN—Judge Humphrey's oti.ee; Levi Hckus Judge; 3 Deb gates. San FERNANDO—Momt's store; A, D* MOfflt Judge; 1 Delegate. SOLE DA D—New hull Station; \V. A. Brophv Judge; i Delegate* siLVER-Judge Buster's office; J. \V. Buster Judge; 8 Delegates. Santa MONICA—Judge Morgan's of fice; Warren Avery Judge;] Delegates. TUSTIN-Sohool house; Dr. W. li. Wall Judge, 1 Delegate. VERNON-Scbool House; I. C. Curtis Judge; 1 Delegate. WI LM ING r< »N—Denver's store; Geo. Denver Judge; 2 D u lega*es. WESTMINSTER—SchooI house; W. P. Craig Judg< ; 1 Delegate. M. J NEW'MARK, Chairman Democratic County Central Committee. Stephen M. White, Secy. In tho Probate Court, Of the County of Los Angeles, State of California. ORDER TO BUOW CAUSE OH SAKE OK REAL ESTATE. In the . matter of I Ha estate ol Jacob l« ray, deceased. It appearing to said Court by the peti tion this day presented and tiled by A. ft, Gray, the UxecutoroJ tbe last Will ami testament of Jacob Gray, deceased, pniy log for an order of sale of real estate, that it Is necessary to sell tho whole or scino portion of tho real es tateof said deceased to pay the debtsout ■tattdlng against the deceased and the debts, expenses and charges of adminis tration: It Is therefore ordered hy said Court Hiatal! persona Interested in the estate of said deceased appear tefore the said Probate Court on FRIDAY, THE 7XH DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At ten o'clock in the forcnoou of that day, at the Court Room of Fsatd Probate Court, at tlu Court House, lv Los Augeles City, county und Stute aforesatj, to show cause why an order should not be grant ed to the said Executor lo sell so much of the real estate of the suld deceused us shall bo necesmry. And that n copy of this order he published ut least four successive weeks in the Lon A niroles Daily Herald, a news paper printed and published in said COQ ntv. ALIILRT M. STEPHENS. Probate Judge, Dated May Bth, 1878. maylMw Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, etc. ST kTE Of CALIFORNIA, »In th» Pro- C utity Of Los Angeles, j bate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of ('.. .; i Bum tiler, tleceuued. I>URSUANT Tt) AN ORDER UFTHIS Court niade tblS day, notice is here by given that Monday, the luth duy of June, A. I». 1878, »t 11) o'clock A. M. of suld d <y, at the Court room of this Court, in tho city and county of Lou Ange les,bus been appointed lor henrlug the ap plication of Jacob Bumilltir. praying that n document, now on lilo In this couri, purporting to be the lust will and testa ment of Charles llumlllor, deceased, he admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be Issued there on to Jacob Ruiutilor, ut which time and place ull persons interested therein may appear and :on* test the same. Dated May 13, IHTB. A. W. POT I S, Clerk. By B, IL Owkn, Deputy QisrlC. my 24 flfe FASHION Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON & YOUNG, MATN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. Rortei and carriages, single or Double, and Saddle Horses kepi constantly on baud for the accommodation of the pub lic. Horrjoa Boarded by the day, week or nsonl hat reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished lor private or public occasions at the shortest not lee and upon as reas onable terms as ai auy First Class Establishment In Southern California. Ja34tf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's. 4f ftOOLD PLATED WATCHES. "•V X OMIMM lo tlio nam MM. H imiil. Wnu h r'rcj Addrwa, A. Owjltm*oo. ( Chicago. LEGAL. SUMMONS. IN Ihe District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District, ofthe Slato of Cal - liornia, lv und for the Couuty ol Los Au geles. The Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Plaintiff", against J.nne. Vile.-, Jr., Defendunt. Action brought in the District Ctiiut ol tho Seventeenth Judicial District of the Stnt ? of California, lv und for the County of Los Angeles, and the Complaint tiled In said County of Low Angeles, in the office ofthe Clerk of said District Courl. Tho People of lhe State of California send greeting to James Vlies, Jr., defendant. You aro hereby required to nppear iv an uctlou brought against you by the H bove named pluiiUill In the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the Stute of California, in und lor ihe County of JtiOS Angeles, nud to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive ofthe day of service) after the service on you of this summons—if served within this county; or, if served out ot this county, but In this District, within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days —or Judgment by default will be taken against yon,according to the prayer ol said complaint. Tho said action Is brought to obtain a decree of toiscourt for the foreclosure a certain mortgage described in the said complaint, uml executed by tho said James Vlies. Jr., to the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, o:i the twenty-fifth (251 hi day of October, A. D. 1870, to secure Ihe payment of tho sum of eight hundred (ft 800) dollars in United States gold coin, with Interest as set forth In tho said mortgage, and a certain promissory note executed by said defendant, bearing even date wiih suid mortgage; that tho prem ises conveyed and mortgaged by said mortgage may be sold, and tlie proceeds applied lo the payment ot said sum of •860 00 dollars, in U. S. gold coin, with Interest at the rate of 1% percent, per per rnomb from tbe 39th 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 note for attorney's ft os, us provided for In suid mortgage, uud costs of suit; and In case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against said detendant, James Viles, Jr , for the balance remaining due; und also that the suid defendants and ull person-, claiming by, through or under him ma,' bo barred und foreclosed of all right, ti tle, claim, lien, equity of redemption and interest in aud to said mortguged prem ises, and for other nnd farther relief. Reference is had to complaint for partic ulars. And you are hereby notified that If you fail io appear and answer the said com plaint as above required, the suid plalntlil will apply to the Court for the relief de manded in the suid complaint. Given under my hund und the seal of the District Court or the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of Ca Hornia. in and for the iounty olios Angeles, this 18th day of February. In tho yearotour Lord, one fhousund eight hundred und seventy-eight. [Seal.J A. W. POTTS, Clerk. ByJAMF.SC. KAYS, Deputy Clerk. Olassell, Cnapmuu A Smiths, Plaintiff's Attorneys. mr3l-2m Mortgage Sale. A. H.Wilcox, plaintiff, va. Laura 0. King and A. J. King, ilet'eudants-:se\en teontb ihstrict Court. ITNDEU AND BY VIRTUE CF A J decree of foreclosure nnd or der oi mile entered in the District Court, of the 17th Judicial District ofthe.stato of California, in and for ItW Angelea oounty,on the 30th day ot March, a. l>. is7B,and a writ on fore closure of mortgage entered in the afore* ■aid District Court, annexed to said de cree and dated the 16th day of May, A. D. 1878, in tlie above entitled case, and iv ;uvor of A. ii. Wilcox, plaintiff, and against Laura C. King and A. J. King, defendants, acertlfieu copy of which said decree of foreclosure duly attested under the seal of said court on the 16th day of May, A. D. 1878, and delivered to mo me on tho same day, togeth er with the writ annexed thereto, whereby I am commanded to sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash in U, s. gold coin, the following and in said decree described real estate, to wit: That certain lot or parcel of land, sit uated in the city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and Ues-riued as follows, to wit; Commencing ut a point In tha SO4th llneol Orange street, being tho north west corner of the lot fronting two hun dred feet ou said Orange street, which was sold by John O.Nichols to John Jones by deed recorded lv Los Augeles county records; running thence along Ihe south line of Orange street north ec degrees 2j minutes west 220 4-10 feet; thence at right angles south 6:i degrees 25 minutes west 45i 3 10 feel to the north llneol the extension of Seventh street; thence along suld north lino south S3 l „ degrees east 213 8-10 feet to southwest cor ner of lot of J. Jones; thence along tho west line of suid Jones north _'; degrees t>~> minutes oust 8"3 is-ioj rest to the place of beginning. Public notice is hereby given that ou SATURDAY, THE Bth DA V OK JUNE, A. D. 1878, At 12.30 o'clock p,»„ I will proceed to sell, at the Court House door, tn the city and county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, at putdlc auction to the highest aud best bidder, for cash In U. S. gold colu, to satisfy sail decree for prlnelpd, inter est, attorney's fees,costs uud ull accru ing costs, ull the übjve described real es tate. (Jiven uiuler niv hand, SI Los Angeles, this 10 h day ol May, A. D. 1874. H. M. MITCH tiLL, myl7td Hherift. MORTGAGE SALE. ~ Frnncisca A. MacDougall, plaintiff, vs. Wm. J. Moore.dercudaut—Seventeenth District Ccurt. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A a decree of foreclosure und order of sil i entered In the District Court of tho Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of California. In and for Los Angeles county, on the lOthday of May, a. D. 1878, und a wilt on foreclosure of mortgage, entered in the aforesaid Dls trb tCourt, annexed to said decree and dated the blth day of May, A. D. 1878, in the nhove entil led c ISO, and tv favor of Francisca A. MacDougall, plaintiff, and against Win. J. Moore, defend ant, a certified copy of which suld de cree of foreclosure, duly attested un der the seal of said court on the Igth day of May, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me, togethor with the writ annexed thereto, on the same day, whereby I am commanded to sell at publlo auc tion, to the highest aud best bidder, lor cush in U. S. gold coin, the following uud In said decree described real estate, to Wit: All those certain lots, pieces and par cels of land situate, lylug and being In the city und couniy of Los Angeles, state of California, und purticularly described us follows; First—That piece of land commencing at the northwest coruer of First und Wil mington streets, being the whole of lot five (5) and all th it portion of lot six (ti) lying west of Wilmington street, us shown on tbe sub-division map of tho Murat Oarden tract, and being the sum o whereon Is erected thu lodging house of the said Wm. J. Moore. Second—Those certuln lots known as lots eight (8) and nlae (0), fronting oue hundred (100) feec on the noitherly slue of First street, as shown on tho said map of the Murat Oirden tract, recorded In Book one (1) of Miscellaneous Records, page 016, In the office of the Couuty Re corder of Los Angeles couniy. Third—Those certain lots of land being and Known as lots two (2;, three (8), five ft), six (0) and seven (7) of the Ballesteios tract, us known and designated on a mup thereof made by F. L**couvieur, Count y Surveyor, March Ist, 18W, and recorded in Hook one (l)of Miscellaneous Records, page£Bs, County Recorder's office of said Lou Angeles county; together with the tenements, hereditaments and appurte nances ihereunto belonging. Public notice Is hereby given that ou THURSDAY, THE 6th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to sell at tbe Court House door, in the City and County of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bid der, for cash iv United States gold coin, to satisfy ftaid decree for principal, interest, attorney's fees, oosts, and all accruing coots, all the above described real estate. Oiven under my hand at Los Angeles, this Uth day of Muy, A. D. 1878. U. M- MITCHELL, mWd Sheriff. PASTURE. I am no*v ready to rc-elvo animals on pa.turu', In ray enclosed laud., lv tbe western part of I lie 'it v. All animals nt owners' risk. Apply at royollloo. P. BEAUDRY. 81 N ".v HlgU street, opposite Ploo Mouse mr« $5 S wortii"ii* free. Srrso* Aro.. Po/tlund. Mo. tnftrU.l w