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NEW ELECTION LAWS. OailTia OOOCIXXX. U Act to Amend an Act entitl >d an Act to IV Üblilh a Political Code, iv Kelnt.on to filec- I tin*. [Approved March au, 15731 The People of the State of Cali fornia, Kept esented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as fol lows: SECTION 1. Section oue tlious- Md two hundred und twenty-live tf Mid Code is amended so us to wad as follows: Section 1225. The person offering to vote must hand his ballot to tbe Inspector, or to One of tbe Judges acting aa Inspec tor, and announce bis name and the number affixed to it on the reg ister In use at tbe precinct where li* offers bis vote; provided, tbat Id Incorporated cities and towns tha said person shall also give tbe name of tbe street, avenue, or loca tion of bis residence, and tbe num ber thereof, if it be numbered, or •uoh clear and definite description of tbe place of sucb residence as shall definitely fix the same. Sec. 2. Section one thousand Mo hundred and twenty-six of said "Code is amended so as to read as follows: Section 1226. Tbe Inspec tor, or Judge acting as sucb, must receive tbe ballot, and before de positing it ia tbe ballot-box must, In an audible tone of voice, an nounce tbe name and register num ber; provided, tbat in incorporated towns and cities the said Inspector, or Judge acting as sucb, shall also announce the residence of tbe per son voting, and tbe same shall be recorded ou the poll list by tbe Poll Clerk, Bsc. 3» Section one thousand two hundred and twenty-seven of said Code Is amended so as to read as follows: Section 1227. If tbe name ha found on tbe register in use at tbe preclDCt where tbe vole is of fered, and tbe vote is not rejected open a challenge taken, tbe Inspec tor, or Judge acting as such, must, In the presence of tbe Board of Election, place tbe ballot, without opening or examining the same, in the ballet-box. Aud no porson shall be allowed to vote whose uame Is not ou said register lv use at tbe precinct. Sec. 4. Section one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight of said Code is amended so as to read as follows: Section 1228. When the ballot has beea placed in the box, one of the Judges must write the word "voted" opposite the number of the person on tbe register. Sec. 5. Section one thousand and ninety-four of said Code is amended so as to read as follows: Section 1094. There must be kept in the office of tbe County Clerk of each county a Great Register. When ever deemed necessary, tho Board of Supervisors of any county may, by order, require a re-registration of tbe voters of said county, which said order shall be published in at least one newspaper published iv said couuty, for not less th in six months preceding the next ensuing general election. Sucb le-regisl ra tion shall conform in all respects to the provisions of this Code con cerning original registration, ex cept lhat auy person applying for re-registration shall be untitled thereto upon showing that bis name was enrolled and uncanceled on the former Great Register. Sec. G. Section one thousand one hundred aud thirteen of said Code is amended so as to read tts follows: Sectiou 1113. Before the 6tb day of August in eacli year in which tbero shall be a geuerxl or Presidential election, each Coun ty Clerk must make a copy of the uncanceled eutries existing on the Great Register on tbe preceding first day of August. The Board of Supervisors of any couu ty may, by order, pro vide for tlie preparation and distri bution of towusbip or precinct registers for each township, in stead of copies of the Great Register. For tbe purpose of regis tration and preparation of a new Great Register, or of township or precinct registers, and copies there of, if ordered by the Board of Su pervisors, the Couuty Clerk must employ sucii assistants, aud for sucb times, aud at such compensa tion, as shall, from time to time, be authorized by said Board, which shall be paid out of the county treasury. Sucli order may be re pealed aud reeuacted as often as the Board of Supervisors may deem ex pedient. Sec. T. Nothing in this Act shall be construed us to repeal by imf li oatiou any special election or reg istration law applicable to the City and County of Sau Francisco aloue, but this Act shall be so construed as If passed prior thereto. A burirlar entered the store of W. C. liassett & Co., through >t„ :,..n. up-.'taira wiudow, hist Friday uioru iug about two o'clock, lighted a lamp, selected a valise, anil pro ceeded to rill it with it lot of clothing and such articles as he con sidered necessary to complete his outttt. Colonel Chaplu, who was sleeping vi -stairs, was awakened by his movements. The Colonel at once sprang out of bed and seized his shot-gun, when the burglar went hastily head foremost through a sash door In the reur of tlie store, leaving his plunder. Tlie bur glar bad evidently carefully sur veyed the premises during the day time, as he seemed to know all . about I l>u arrar.gemebt, of the es tablishment. There Is uot even a suspicion as to the identity of the party.— Sarita Monica Outlook, NOTICE. Pt rsotu who desire to become won ver sa nt with photography will bj instructed lv the an by me upon an expeditious method and at moderate rates. SECOND-HAND OUTF.TS FOR SALE. AT SIOO, $200 AND UP TO 5 l COO. These ore decided bargain", and the purchasers are certain of lurgn profits. V. WOLFKNHTKIN, ap3tf W«*i;eneleltr* An G.llery. OPENIXO OF A NICE BARBER .SHOP In TEMPLE BLOCK. No. I (spring street. Everybody Is Invited to give us a trial, aud we will guarantee satisfaction. SHAVING, 15 cU.; HAIR CUTTING. 35eta. Ladles' und children's hair cut ting a apeclalty. Jee-lm N. ItKCH. Al (1 a> it ay at borne. Agenta wanted. wAsS Outfit and term* rrea. TRUE * 00., Augusta, Main*. marMdAwly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LEHMAN %% CO. Furniture. Carpets, BEDDING, ETC. Completes* and Most Select STOCK IN THE CITY. •W PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE LECTIONS THE BEST. Repairing & Upholstery Work MADE A SPECIALTY. nag- Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. 129 & 131 MAIN ST., mutf Mcdonald block. THE GRAND OPfcNING —OF J. JL. ETV O I T-fc. No. I 16 Main St., Exhibited to the people of Los Angeles the greatest and fluesl assjilmcni uf FURITITTOE Of his own manufacture, and the LOWKST PRICUH ever availed of by tb.m. An extensive experience In r ranee and San Francisco baa enabled Mr. Lenoir to Invite the pub lic to an Inspection of bis elegant stock. •ST Hold on monthly Installments. -M REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERY WORK a specialty. mylS Furniture Factory IFOIR, SALE. LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, Los Angeles Couuty, California, Fac!ory has all approved machinery In use, which is entirely new. Machinery driven by an eighty horse-power boiler and engine. Railroad switch connects actory with S. P. R. X.. giving facilities lor shipping to nil points in the interior, and its close proximity to the wharf en ables material lobe landed at the factory from the mills us cheaply us in Sau Fraud eco. WILL BE SOLI) CHEAP To close up pa,tncrship affairs of B. D. Wilson 4 Co. Apply to tha surviving partner, J. DkBARTH SHORB. mylltf San Gabriel P. 0.. Cal. JUDSON. GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, ' Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Block, Maiu St., LOS ANGELES, Ogd. septstf John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. . Room 41 Temple Block. slstf W.U.J. BUOOK3. OEOBGF.J. CLARKE. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. «B-ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring i and Temple streets. J. A. Carey. Tuos. A. Fagan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AttEXCY. Rancho*. Homes. Lots nnd Other Prop erty Bought and Sold ou commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. FAGAN is also au Attomey-at-I.aw. lurlillf AGRICULTURAL PARK. Ci OCIETIER. CHURCHES, CLUBS aud IO PRIVATE PARTIES will find it to their advantage to look at these beauti ful grounds before inokingarraiigeinenU . elsewhere. For g PIC-NIC GROUNDS It has no equal In the State. A NEWi DANCING PAVILION, One of the largest in the State, Just com- i pleted. Fine groves, beautiful lawns, Base Ball ground?, Croquet grounds, swings for families and children, horl zontal bars, in fact everything has been built nn«t put in the finest order. No time, tro table or expense has been spared to make it the great pleasure resort of Los Acge^es. Tbe&nestdrlvc out of the city. Street Cars run to the ground* every 1 1 minutes forall Ploknlta*. H. j. wool), mll-if Proprietor. Picnic Grounds SOCIETIES ai*d private parties desir ing lo secure picnic grounds would do well lo consult, tue Messns. latKULi; uuo., OP TIIK. CITY GARDENS- These ere sends have been prepared re gardless of expense and are provided with one oftbe largest and best dancing pavllkyia outside of San Frauclsco. Arbofis, Ten-pin Alleys, Swiugs, Hori zontal Bars, Shooling Gallery, and in* deed*, everything necessary for the amusement of picnickers;, ana will be lei cheaper than any other grounds in this vl dully. No Improper persons wlil bo admlltcd >to the Gardens under any circumstances. Lunch can at alt times be procured at the housa. inU-lf Rubottom RanclTfo7Sale^ This valuable property, containing EIOHTV-MIX ACRES, one of the most eligible to investors In .Southern Califor nia, Is lor sale. Good title and abund ance of water. It is in the heart of the beautiful and productive Kan Jose Val ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles. Hotel Furniture & Fixtures, ALBO, FOR SALE. A RARE BARGAIN is presented. 11l health, and a desire to give my wife v change orscene and air, are the motives which Induce me to sell. Address, for terms, rorflOtf W. W. RIIBOTTOIVf. Spadra. CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS. I hare now on baud a few thousand of the MONTEREY CYPRESS, which makes such a handsome hedge. They are in boxes, ao that they can bo lifted out with tbe Wldney Transplanter, war rantlug every oue to live. Also, line planta of tame lv pots. They have been vory acarce: can be bought cheap now, when small, but If lett until tall ur win ter they will be larger and dearer. H. H. SPENCER. Jell-Im Rill street, near Hirst. MISCELLANEOUS. Lots for Sale! UN TH K. INSTALLMENT PLAN CHEAPFORC ASH. West Los Angeles Offers the best opportunity for dellghllul bomesteads of any that ban ever been of fered for sale to the pnblle. THK WHOI.K TRACT IN LEVEL. Out.) HU.fICIUUty lucllUt:>Us>r..HJU .iraiuage THK SOU. IS EXCELLENT And ot nucU tuaracter thai ll uever cakes und la neither muddy lv Winter nor dusty in Summer. IT HAS A DITCH OK WATER RUN NINO THROUGH IT. THK WAIN STREET AND AGRICUL TURAL PARK RAILROAD Is. completed aud ruuulug through the en tire land, uud I now operated successfully through Park A.veuve, 100 feet wide, o en lug Into the Agricultural Grounds. iA DEPOT OF THE LOS ANGELES AND INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS. I This is really tho West Eud oi our beau [tiful city, with tbe beneflt of FRESH, J PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, uneoolamluated by gas or sewer effluvia. A glance at the elegant mansions and I fashionable residences now e.ected and lv course of erection must satisfy auy i*l> Jin desiring a home that this is the Dlace jTHE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. i M4PS WILL BE FOUND ! At the office of the Farmers' A M teltauts' Bank. Also, at tbe offlce of the Maiu stre nnd Agricultural Park Railroad. O. W. CHILDS and JOHN O. DOWNEY will give special attention to those seek ! lug information. septieu tfK FASHION Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON * YOUNG, MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double, nnd Saddle Horses kepi constantly on hand (or the accommodation of the pub lic. Horses Boarded by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished for private or public occasions at the shortest notice and upou as reas onable terms as at any First Class Establishment In Southern California. Ja34tf WILSON 4 YOUNO, Prop's. LOS ANGELES Exotic Gardens & Nursery LOS ANGELES STREET, In gft rear ot Cathedral. ZE? I would respectfully announce to my old customers and the public generally that I have on hand and shall keep eve rythlng in toy lino of business—TßEES. KHKUBH, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and retail,and at LOWEST PRICES. Orders from abroad promptly executed nnd satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de livered free ot charge In the city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, iur2-"m Formerly ShaetTer ifc Stengel. SHEEP ON SHARES WANTED FOR TWO OR THREE YEARS. P-lIIWU* CLASS HANGB. PLENTY OF WATER. Address RANCH, Hcral I office. aIS-Zw NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (Successor to Chriß. Heune) Proprietor. The CLEAREST, PUREST aud MOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of San Francisco. Orders lor DRAUGHT or L'OTTLED He.' .it promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies competition in the State. mr6-tf FOR SALE. 1 offer my place, three-quarters of a mile from Downey City, en the Wllmlng toa road, adjoining the College; at a bar galu. Il comprises TAVEXTY ACRES, Fifteen of which are In fruit, of choice varieties. There are eighl nitres of Mus cat grapes. Comfortable house on the premises. LOW PRICE & REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate possession will be given, II desired, with the entire growing crop ot Iruits, etc. Water right attached to land, but uo necessity lor use. Apply to Jy4 8m O. li. ALLRN.on the premises. ■MKIfTIf «** Morpt.h.* hnVt fthMlntdr *r,<l lIUI 1 I Pairii.*., nenubHaitr. myt-tm LEGAL. AN ACT rO PROVIDE FOR A CONVENTION TO FRAME A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. i Approve.l March M, 1878 1 The People of the State of Califor nia*, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as folloios: Section 1. An election shall bo held on the third Wednesday in Juue, eight een hundred and seventy-eight of dele gates to meet lv Convention to revise the Constitution of this State and to frame a new Commutation. No other question shall be submitted to the people or voted ou at such election, any statute or law to the contrary notwithstanding. All other elections called for the same time shall be held at the next general or special State electiou. Stc. 2. The number of ide legates to be chosen to such Convention shall be one hundred and fifty-two, to be apportioned as follows: The counties or San Diego and San Bernardino shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county of Sau Diego shall elect one delegate; the county of sau Bernardino shall elect one delegate; ihe county of Los Angeles shall elect three delegates; the couutlesof Ventura, Santa Barbara ana San Luis Obispo shall elect one delegate; Ihe counties of Tu lare, Kern and Fresno shall elect one delegate each, and tho counties of Mono and Inyo shall elect one delegate; the counties of Mariposi. Merced and Stau islaus shall jointly elect one delegate: the counties of Marifosa and Merced shall Jointly elect ono delegate; the county of Stanislaus shall elect oue del egate; tbe counties of Santa Cruz, Mon terey and Sau Benito shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county of Santa Cruz tthall elect one delegate; tbe county of Monterey shall eiect one delegate; tbe county of San Benito shall elect one del egate; the county of Santa Clara snail elect five delegates; thecity and county of San Francisco shall elect at large thirty delegates; the city and county of Man Franciscoat large, Jointly wllh the county ofSan Mateo, shall elect one del egate; tbe county of San Mateo shall eiectonedelegate; the county of Alame da shall elect five delegates; the coun ties of Contra Costa and Marin shall Jointly elect one delegate; the county of Contra Costa shall elect oue delegate; the county of Marin shall elect one dele gate; the counties of San Joaquin and Amador shall Jointly elect one delegate; the couuty of San Joaquin shall elect four delegates; tbe county of Amador shall elect two delegates; tne counties of Tuolumne and Calaveras shall jointly eiectonedelegate; the county of Tuol umne shall elect ono delegate; the county of Calaveras shall elect one dele gate' the county of Sacramento shall elect five delegates; the counties of So lano and Yolo shall jointly elect one del egate; tbe county of soiano shall elect turee delegates; the county of Yolo shall elect oue delegate; tho counties of Napa, Lake aud Sonoma shall Jointly eiectonedelegate; the county of Napa shall elect one delegate; the county of Luke shall elect oue delegate; the coun ty of Sonoma shall elect lour delegates; 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 oue delegate; tbe county of Nevada shall elect four dele gates; the county of Sierra shall elect one delegate; the counties of Yuba and Sutter shall Jointly elect one delegate; the couuty ot Y'uba shall elect two dele gates; the county of Sutter shall elect one delegate; the counties of Butte, Plu mas and Lassen shall jointly elect one delegate; the counties ot Plumas and Lassen snail Jointly elect one delegate; the county of Butte shall elect two dele gates; the counties of Mendocino, Hum boldt and Del Norteshali Jointly elect one delegate; the couuty of Humboldt shall eiectonedelegate; the county of Mendo clno shall elect one delegate; the couuty of Del Norte shall elect one delegate; the counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity and .Shasta shall Jointly elect one delegate: the counties of Siskiyou and Modoc shall jointly elect one delegate; the couu tlesof Trinity and Shasta shall jointly elect one delegate; the county of Tehama shall elect one delegate; the county of Colusa shall elect one dele gate; and thirty two (32) delegates shall be elected by the State at large, eight (8) residents of each Congressional District. Sec. 3. All persons entitled by law to vote for Members of Assembly shall be entitled to vcte at such election in their respective election districts, and not elsewhere. Such eleetoln shall be by ballot. Sec. 4. The following regulations shall apply lo the aforesaid election, to be held on the third Wednesday in Juue, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy-eight: t irst—The said electiou shall ue held aud conducted by tbe proper election of fictrs of the several election districts of the State, aud shall be governed and reg ulated lv all respects by tbe generul elto- Uon laws of the state in force at the time of said election, so far as the same shall be applicable thereto, aud not in consistent with the provisions of this act. Second—At the special election to be held under this act, if no othei provision lor printing and using new Great Regis ters or ward registers shall have in the meantime been made by law, the copies of the Great Registers which were used iv ihe several counties of this State al the general electiou held in the yeareigutoen hundred and seventy-seven shail be used. The Boards of Supervisors must furnish the Boards of Election of each precinct In their respective counties, be lore the day on which said special elec tion Is appointed to be held, at least one copy of the aforesuld printed Great Reg ister. If the Boards of Supervisors can not otherwise ob'alu a sufficient number of copies of tho register for the purpose, It must take tbe copies tiled iv the oftlco of the County Clerk, In pursuance of sec tion one thousand two hundred and six ty-eight of the Political Code. If the copy of tho register which shall bo fur nished to any precinct shall have been used at any previous election, the char acter "X" may be used instead of the word "voted," as required by section one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight of the Political Code. It shall not be the duty of the Boards of Election to post copies of the Great Register, as required by section one thousand one hundred and forty-nine of tbe Political Code. The voter, when he offers his ballot 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 thous and two hundred and twenty-five of the Political Code. Third—The officers of the several coun ties of this State, whose duty it is under the law to receive and canvass the re lurns from the several precincts of their respective counties, as well as the city and couuty ot Sun Francisco, shall meet at the usual place or mectlug for such purpose on the second Monday after said election. 11, at the time of meeting, the returns from each precinct in the count? in which polls were opened have been re ceived, the Board must then and there proceed to canvass tho returns; but if all returns have not been received, the can vass must be postponed Irom day to day until all of the returns are received or until six postponements have been had, when they shall proceed to make out returns of tbe votes cast for delegates to be mem bers of the Convention; and the proceed ings of the officers whose duty it 1b to make out said returns shall be the same as those prescribed for like officers In the case of an election for Governor, except that the returns shall be transmitted to the Secretary of State. The persons re ceiving the highest number of votes ut such election shall be elected, except lv the caBO of persons voted for as delegates at large. Of tbe persons so voted for as delegates at large, the eight persons, resi dents of any oue Congressional Dictrlct. wbo shall have received a plurality of votes over ail other persons, severally, who reside in the Bame Congressional District, shall be declared elected such delegates at large. Fourth —The secrelary nf Stato shall, as soon as the returns of said election shall be received by him, or within twenty days arter suld election, in Ibe presence of the Governor and Controller of State, open and compute all of the re turns received of votes given for mem bers oftheConvenllou, and the Governor shall forthwith issue bis proclamation, declaring the names of the persons who have been choseu members of suld Con vention. Sec. 5. The delegates bo chosen shall meet in Convention In the Assembly Chamber nt the Capitol, In tho city of Sacramento, on the twenty-eighth oi September, eighteen hundred and seven ty-eight, at twelve o'clock M. They shall, by a viva voce vote, and tbo vote shall be entered ou tbe Journal, elect one of their uumber President, and such Secretaries and other officers as they may deem necessary. After the said Convention has met and organized, It shall have power to adjourn to and hold Its meetings at any place in said city ot Sacramento other than the said Assem bly Chamber, and all committee rooms of the State Capitol building shall be un der tbe control of said Convention. Tbe President of the Convention may ap polntnotexcoedlngene Doorkeeper and lour Pages. The Convention may select Phonographic Reporters, and tlx the amount of their compensation; also, a Sergeant-at-Arms and one assistant. The delegates to the Convention shall receive tbe same per diem and mileage as mem bers of the Legislature; provided, no com pensation shall be allowed delegates uf- LEGAL. ter tbe expiration or one hundred days. No pay shall be allowed for any recess longer than three days at one time. The Secretary shall receive eight dollars per day, and ills assistants euch six dollars per day, and the Doorkeepers, Fagos, Sergeaut-at-Arms and assistants shall receive the same compensation ns pro vided by law for similar services auu at tendance upon the Assembly. Tbe amount of pay shall be certified by the President of the Convention, and uhnli be paid by the Treasurer ot Htate, on the warrant ol tho Controller, in the same manner as members of the Legislature are paid. It shall be the duty of the Gov ernor to attend said Convention at the opening thereof, aud to administer Ihe constitutional oath ot office to the dele gates, and to preside at all meetings thereof until a President has been elected and taken his seat, but the Governor shall have neither tbe casting vole nor any other vote therein. The Secretary ol State shall also a'tend at the opening of the Convention aud call the roll of delegates All public officers, Boards and Commis sions shall fmnlsh such Convention with all such Information, papers, statement!, books or other public documents In their poseesslon as the said Convention shall order or require for Its use from time to time while In session. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to lurnlsh the members or said Convention with stationery to tho amount provided by law for the Legislature while Iv session, and to the Convention such stationery, manual, tile boards and other like things as are lurnlgbed to the two Houses of tbe Legislature. Said Convention may adopt such rules and regulations for its own government as a majority of Its members may determine, and said Convention shall bo the Judge of the election and qualification of Its own members. Sec. 8. A Journal ol the proceedings of the said Convention shall be kept, and shall, at the final adjournment thereof, be tiled in the office of the Secretary oi State, and the Constitution agreed to by tbe Convention shall be recorded in his office. A majority of the Convention shall constitute a quorum to do business. The doors of tbe Convention shall be kept men, except when the public wel fare shall require secresy. Every dele gate to tbe Convention shall have the like privileges from arrest and from civil process as members of tbe Legislature now have by law. For any speech or de bate in tbe Convention, the delegates shall not be questioned In any other place. Tbe Convention shall have the power to expel any of Its members, and to punish lis members and officers lor disorderly behavior, by Imprisonment or otherwise; but no member shall be ex pelled until the report of a committee uppolntea to inquire Into the facts alleg ed as the ground of his expulsion shall have been made. The Convention shall bave the power to punish as a contempt and by imprisonment or otherwise, a breach of his privileges, or of tbe privil eges of Us members, but such powershall not be exercised except, against persons suilty of one or more of tho 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 froai arrest us heretofore declared. Second—That of disorderly conduct in the immediate view and presence ot the Convention, und directly tending to In terrupt its proceedings. Third—That of publishing any false and malicious report of the proceedings of the Convention, or of the conduct of a mem ber in his delegated capacity. Fourth—That of refusing to attend or be examined, as a witness, either before the Convention or a committee to take testi mony in tlie proceediug of the Conven tion. Fifth—That of giving or offering a bribe to a member, or of at tempting 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 lo prevent him from giving the same. In all cases iv wbloh the Convention shall punish any of its members, or offi cers, or any othor person, by imprison ment, such imprisonment shall not ex tend beyond the session of the Conven tion. Every person appoiuted to the of fice ot Secretary of ihe Convention shall, before heenterson the duties of hlsofflce. execute a bond to the people ol t he Slate with such security as theCoutrolier shall approve, in the penal sum of five thous and dollnrs, conditioned that he shall faithfully perform the duties of his office and account for all moneys which may come Into hishands by vlitue thereof. Sec. 7. The Constitution framed by such Conventlod shall he submitted by tbe Convention to the people foribeir adoption or rejection ut a special election to be held on the first Wednesday of May, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and every person hereby entitled to vote for delegates may vote nt that electiou, on sucb adoption orrejectlon, In the election district in which he shall then reside, and not elsewhere. The said Constitu tion shall be voted on ns a whole. No other question than ihe adoption or re jection of the proposed Constitution shall be submitted to the people or voted on at such election, auy statute or law to tha contrary notwithstanding. The Convention shall prescribe the publica tion of said Constitution, and Ihe notice to be given of the election. The bailotsor tickets shall have printed or written up on them the words" For the New Consti tution," or "Against tho New Constitu tion," and all tbe provisions of law now or at that time existing In regard to gen eral elections shall be applicable to such election, except that the provisions of the first and second subdivisions ol section four of this act shall also apply to said election, Tho canvassing and returns of the votes cast upon such question shall, in such manner us the Convention shall direct, be certified to tho Executive of tho State, who shall call lo his assistance the Controller, Treasurer and secretary of State, and co nparc the votes as certi fied to him. If. by such an examination, it is ascertained that a majority of the whole number of voles cast at such elec tion be In favor of such new Constltu tion, the Executive of this State shall, by his nroclamatlon. declare such new Constitution to be the Constitution of the Stato of California, and that It will take effect at such time us the said Convention may have in its dlrec tiou, by resolution, or in said Constitu tion Itself, fixed. If said Convention fix no time for said Constitution to take ef fect, then itßhall take effect Immediately upon such proclamation being made. Sec, 8. Ail willful and corrupt false swearing in taking any of the oat lis pre scribed by this act, or by the laws of this State made applicable to this act, or lv any other mode or form In carrying into effect this act, shall be deemed perjury, and shall ho punished in tho manner now prescribed by law for willful and corrupt perjury. Sec. 9. lisliall be the duty of the Sec rotary of 8 ate to cause this act to be published once amonth after its passage, until the electiou of delegates herein provided, lv not more than flvo of the public newspapers published in this State—one of said publications to be lv somo newspaper published in the city and county of Francisco, and one in the city of Sacramento, and one lv thecoun ly of Los Angeles, und one In the county of Nevada, and one In the county of Tu lare; and tlio expense of publishing the same, and all other legal expenses in curred in printing for the Convention, shall be audited by the Controller and paid by tho Stale Treasurer, according to law. She. 10. All the printing necessary for the said Convention, under the piovis iousnfthls act, shall be done und per formed ut the Slate Printing Office. Sec. 11. In case any vacaucy occurs, by reason of tbe death, resignation, or other wlie.of any delegate elected to said Con vention, iho same shall be filled by Ihe Convention Skc. 12. The sum of one hundred nnd fifty thousand dol lais, or so much there of as may be necessary, is hereby appro priated out of any money In tho male Treasury, to pay the expenses of the Con vention provided for In this act. Skc. 1.1. This act shall take effect Im mediate! v In the Probate Court In ami for tho County of Loh An geles, State of California. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF O. B. WILSON, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the last will and tc-tuuieut of the said o. li. Wilson, deceased, to tho creditors of and all persons having claim* against the said deceased to ex hi hit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months tiom the first publication ot this notice, to the undeislgned, at the office of O'Mel veny A Trautum, attom< ys at law, Stre -1 Itz Block, Booms 7 and 8, hprtng street, Los Angeles city, Cal, CATHERINE WILSON, Executrix. Los Angeles, May 28, 1873. my2o 4w NOTICE. All persons having claims iignlnst the late firm of B. 1». WI LOOM A CO. ate hereby notified and requested to present the same at once to the undersigned, ut his residence, at 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 17th, 1878. nplBtt J. HE BART FT SHORB. Per T. A R. LEGAL. RECEIVER'sTftLL Notice Is heiehy given thai, In pursu anceoran order of the District Comt of tbe Seventeenth Judicial District, In and for the county of Los Angeles, .state of California, made ou ihe Ul day of June, A. 1). IS7B, in tlk? suit of A. 0. Jeffrey el al vb F.W. Ludovici ( tal, tint undersigned. Receiver In said aciiou, will sell ut pri vate sale for cash in IT* S. gold coin, on MONDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF JULY, A. 1). IS7B, tho following personal prop erty, now on the Santa Rosa X inch, In San Diego couutj : 1 gang plow, used three lOaaont, some points; . r isingle plows, used 3 seasons; 2 harrows, used 3 seasons; 1 Champion mowing machine-out of date; 1 horse rake, used 3 seasons; 1 hay-cutter, used il seasons; 1 hay kulft; 4 bay hooks; 2 grindstones, mounted; M doz axes, piobably very old ; % doz snides, do do \f, doz shovels, do do y a doz picks, do do m dor hay forks, do do 3 rakes; Sdozboes, do do 8 hatchet*; 1 doz extra ban lie-; 1 udzc; 1 gruboing axe; 2 scoop shovels; 'J manure fnrss; 2 crow bar*; 2 wheelbarrows; a post diggers, old; Blacksmith's outfit complete; Carpenier tools, outtß complete, nails, screws, etc.; 1 hand cultivator; 1 50-gallou Iron buile.-, with stove; 1 00 gallon Iron bjiler; 1 road f eraper; 1 water barrel on wheels and curt harness; 1 pair steelyards; 1 store scale; 1 butter churn; 1 butter bow); ft doz milk pans; 3 stone 3 gallon cream Jars; 1 dipper and skimmer; 2 milk skimming pulh; 1 doz mixed pails; 2 pollen; 1 largo blue wagon, 1 years old ; 1 light wagon; I buggy; 1 set buggy harness; 4 sets double harness—two 4 In hand; 1 set double harness; 1 single sot bitruess. INVENTORY OF FURNITURE, ETC., AT SANTA ROSA RANCH KRAMG HOUSE AND KITCHEN. Parlor. 1 sewing machine; 1 bed lounge; ;i large arm rockers; 8 walnut chairs; / 1 Spanish chair; / 1 table cloth, woo!; 1 hearth rug; 1 library table; 3 lambrequins; J[ 3 1 music rack; / f Piano and stool; / / 1 carpel; Fender, tongs, shovels, Apofer, raok and two dogs. f/ Hall. Oil cloth and two mats Hat hanger and chairs 1 rubber mat 1 linen cloeet Bedroom No. 1. I ash set 1 spring mattrasx 1 bolster aud 2 feather pillows 1 rocker 2 lambrequins 1 set Chiua 1 slop bucket 2 pair blankets 1 rug and shade Bedroom No. 2. 1 ash set 1 library table 2 lambrebuins 1 ash table I China set 1 slop bucket set 1 spring bed 1 hair mattrass 2 feather pillows 2 pair blankets 1 bolster 4 candle sticks Bedroom No. 3. 2 patent cots 2 wool beds 1 feather pillow 1 table 2 pair blankets 2 comforters 1 mirror 2 wash-stands 1 chest drawers 1 set China 1 set stop buckets 2 shadesandone chair Pedrootn No. 4. 1 bureau 1 wash stand and lahle 1 cot bed i spring bed 3 pair blankets 1 hair pi, low 1 feather pillow 1 rug 1 chamber set I earth clost t 3 mats Boys' room No. 1. 1 cot 2 pair blankets I hair mattrass 1 feather pillow 1 set China Boys' room No. 1, 1 cot 1 pair blankets 1 wool mattress 1 rug 1 set China 2 mirrors Children's room. 1 weol mattrass. 1 cot 1 hair pillow lpulrgray blankets 2 pair brown blankets 1 table table and linen o'osct 1 mirror 1 rocker and chair Mrs. Milter's room. 1 bedroom set 1 spring mattrass. 3 pair blankets 1 hair bolster 2 feather pillows I set chairs I small stovo 1 rug Children's room. 1 cot 1 pair blankets 1 table and chair Dining loom. 1 dining table 1 dozen chairs 3 office chairs I table Oil ilolb 1 side boar I I fendernnd 2 dogs 1 high chair 1 hook ciisj 2 aba tcs Glassware and castor 3stone jars anil 1 tray and IJUf Kitchen. Crockery, etc. 1 stove and utensils 1 small stovo 7 chairs 3 tables & tuba 1 basket 1 clothes-wriug'*r 8 lamps 2 larg) tockers 6 Irons INVENTORY OF FURN ITU RE ON SANTA UOSA RANCH —ADO HE HOUSE. Office. 1 ten-fuot extension lable 5 office chairs 2 folding chairs 3 nmall chairs l bedstead 1 cot 1 gun ciibo 6 pair blankets 1 wool bed 1 spring mat I i a s 2 pillows I molodeou 1 mirror I bureau 1 washs:aud I desk 1 set china 1 bedstead 1 bureau 1 mirror ami wa hstand 1 spring bed 1 bolster 1 bolster an 1 two pillows 1 table 1 closet 1 set China 1 single bed 1 spring mattrass 3 pair i lankets 1 rug and mat 1 shade 1 cot 1 mattrass 1 pair blankets 1 piece fancy matting I fenderand 2 dogs. INVENTORY OF LIVE STOCK ON SANTA ROSA RANCH. 7 cows and one bull 7 tuns and one boar LiKOAIi. Chickens and lurkoys Horses 1 palrfiirm horses, Bill and Jane do Prince and Johnny do Black colts 1 do Dick and Charley do Kitty und Betsy I horse. Snowtlulie 1 horse, saddle, Peanut. 1 do Charley 2 Luthrop mates farming 6 horses-old plugs—lke, Ned, Chapo, Bud and Unknown About IX) head of unbroken horses and mures, eummou stock. 1 thoroughbred Kentucky Jack. INVENTORY OF MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES ON SANTA ROSA RANCH. Bucon, flour, hay, giuln, e!c, in store room Moveable fences and lumber on hand 1 large water tank and kitchen Furniture In attic of adobe house Airalfaseed, elc, In adobe house AtClenega Hog Camp—Salt, two Iron boilers, moveable tanks, tools, furniture, etc ; 3 herders' cabins; herders' cabin's oututs,sheep corral; moveable hog lences —about Wj mile. Also about 2f> acres of good barley huy, already cut. and about4oucres ofstundlng barley and 20 acres of standing wheat. All bids .to be In writing, enclosed In sealed envelopes, and endorsed "Bid for Hunts Rosa property" and to lie left with the undersigned atlheftt. Cliarlos Hotel, In the city of Los Angoles, on or before said flrst day ol July. A. D. 1878. Bids mpy bo for any portion or for the whole of s ild properly, and all awards shall tc subject to future action of the Court. The property is to be seen on tbe Ranch, and purchasers must accept delivery there. Los Angeles, Juno Bth, A. D. 1878. CHALMERS SCJI'T, JcBtd Receiver. In the Probate Court Of the County of Los Angeles, Slate of Califortiiu. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MANUEL REQUENA, DECEASED. It appearing lo the said Court by the petition this day presented and filed by Wm. L. Banning, tne Executor ol the estate of said Man uel Requena, deceased, praying lor an order ofsule of real estate, that it Is necessary to sell some por. Hon of the real estate to pay the debts outstanding against the drceased, and the debts, expenses und charges of ad ministration: It is therefore ordered by the said Court, that all persons Interested in the estate of said deceased, uppear before the said Probate Court on iMonday, the 151h day of July, 1878, at 10 o'clock In Ihe forenoon of said day, at tbe court room of said Probate court, at the Court House, in the city and county of Los Ang?les, to show cuuse why an order should not be granted to the said Execu tor to sell so much of tho real estate of the said deceased as shall bo necessary. And that a copy of this order bo pub lished at least tour successive weeks In the Dally Los Angeles Herald, a newspa per printed and published In said city and county of Los Augeies. l'aledJune7tb, 1878. ALBERT M. STEPHENS, JSt'l Probate Judge. Mortgage Sale. Alexander Weill, PlalntifT.vs. Louis Hal berstadtet a!, Defendants—seventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF tt decree of foreclosut'o and order of sale entered In the District Court of the Seven, teenth Judicial District ot the state of California, iv and for Los Angeles county ou the 23d day of May, A. ft 1878, and by virtue of v wilt on foreclosure of mortgage entered In the uroresald District court annexed to said decree and dated the 21th day of Alay, A. ft 1878, iv the above entitled case and In favor of Alexander Weill, plalntlrl, and against L, Halbersladt, Ca rotu A. M. Halbcrstadt and E. Schubert, assignee of L. Halbersladt, de fendants, v certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal ol said court on Ihe 21th day of May, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me, together wllh the writ annexed (hereto, on the 25th day of May, A. li. 1878, whereby 1 am mm. mauded losell ut public Motion, lo ihe highest and best bidder, foi cash in U. M. gold coin, the following anil In said de cree described real estate, to wli: All those certain lots, pieces or pan-els ol land, situate In the town or Anaheim, county of Los Angeles, statu of Cal ifornia, and being each II rods long and S,". rods wide, and known and marked upjn Ihj map of Anaheim, recorded In iho Recorder's offlce of said county In Book 4 of Deeds, pages Ui'J and 030, as town lols un in her* tlity one (51) aud tllty- Itve (55): also, all those certain lols, pieces or parcels of laud, situate lv the couuty and stale aforesaid, and forming part of the Kaucho Santiago de Sanlu Aha, und known and described as lollows, to wit: Lots number nine (II) nnd ton (ln)in block Cof ILo Chapman tract, according to the map and survey of said tract made by trunk Lecouvieur iv December, 1870. Also, apiece or land adjoining suld lot nine and lo the east thereof, described as follows, to wli: l.'omraenotnf at the northeastern corner of said lot number nine (1)); Iheuce east two and 33-100 chains; iheuce south twenty (20) chains thenco west two and 8-100 chulus to the southeast corner of said lot nine (9); thence norihei ly along the east line of said lot ulno to the point of beginning; ■Old lots a und 10 and the piece ol laud last desci lbed containing eighty aero*. Public uotic * Is hereby glveu that on TUESDAY, THE IStli DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to sell at the Court House door, iv tho city and couuiy of Los Aegeles, state of Califor nia, at public auction, lo the highest and best bidder, for cash lv U. s. gold coin to satisfy said decree for prin cipal, interest, attorney's feos, costs und and all accruing costs, ull the above de scr.bed real estate. Ulvenuudermy hand, at Los Augeies, this 25th day of May, A. D. 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL, 'uygQ td Sueriir. Notice of Assessment. CALIFORNIA STAR OIL WORKS COMPANY. Locution of Principal Place of Business, Sau Kraucl.co, California—Location of Works, Andrews' station, Los Angeles, Co.: Sin Buenaventura, Veuturu Co , Cal. Notice Is hereby given tint at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on Ihe lUth day or May, 1878, an as sessment (No. 8) of |2 50 per share was levied upon Ihe cap ital stock oi the corporation, payable Im mediately, lv U. s. gold coin, lo the Sec retary, at the otilco ol the Company, 315 California street, San Francisco, Califor nia. Auy stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on tbe Jglb day of Juno, 1878. will be delin quent and advertised for sale at public auction: and unless puymeut Is mado bo fore will be sold on Friday, IheSto day of July, 1878, to pay tae delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertls lug and expenses ofsule. By order of tho Board of Dlrectois. J.H.TAYLOR. Sicretary. Oftlce-315 California St., Sail Francisco, Callfomlu. my24td ~ Sheriff's Sale. Rlualdi A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. J. G. Camp bell, Defendant. — Hevcntcouth Dis trict Court. Under and by virtue of an execution, Issued out of ihe District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District or the State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, to me directed and de livered on tho 2Cth day of May, A. D. 1878, Tor a judgment rendered In said Court on the 26th day of Juno, A. D. 1874, In favor of Rlnaldl A Co., plaint UN. and against J. O. Campbell, defendant, I have levied upon and shall on WEDNESDAY, the 19th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock si., proceed to sell at the Court House door, In the city and comity of Los Angoles, State of Cali fornia, at public suction, to tho highest aud best bidder, lor cash in Unit ed States gold coin, to satisfy said Judg ment for principal, ccsts, Interest uud all accruing costs, all the right, title and Interest ot defendant J. U. Cuinpboll In and to the following described real estate, to wit: Block No. 01, Ord's survey nf Ihe city of Los Angeles, la the city of Los Angeles, bounded by Ninth, Hill, Tenth uud olive streets, In said city. Given under my hand at Los Angelas, this, IBth day of May. A. D. 1878. „ . H. M. MITCHELL, ui29 td Sheriff. LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Jainoi Stevens, Plaintiff 1 , vs. S. A. de Cardona, Euf,o*tn:i do Cardona, s. H. . Molt, J. M. UrlltUb, Eugene Meyor, Constant Meyer, Isaac Noitou uud Ailolph Calm, Defendant — Seven teenth District Court. [IKDXB AND BY VXItTUE OP A DEUKEE 1 uf foreclosure and order ol sale entered in tlie District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of Califor nia, iv and for Los Angeles County, on the 2d day of May, A. IL 1878, in the above en titled case, and in favor of James btevens, plaintiff, and against B. A. de Cardona, Enfrosina de Cardoua, S. H. Mott, J, M. UrifUrh, Eugene Meyer, Constant Meyer, Isaac Norton aud Adolph Cahn, defcudants, a certitiod copy of which said decreo of foreclosure, duly attested under tho seal of said Court on tho 13th day or May, A. D. 1878, ano. deliv ered tome, together with the writ annexed thereto, on the 30th day of May, A. D. 1878, whereby I am commanded to sell, at publio auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in U. S. gold coin, tho fol lowing and in said decree described real estate, to wit: Those certain lots, pieces and parcelß ol land situate, lying and being In the city ( f Los A ngeies, county ot Los Angeles, State of California, and moro partlc - larly described as follows, to wit: Flrsi--All that certain lot fronting on the easterly side of Main street, and hounded ou the north by property of D. Klvara aud J. H. Sangulnetle; on the west by Main street; on the south by property of Louisa it. stoll, wife of Hen ry Stoll, aud on the east by property of s. A. de Cardona aud John Wllsun. said lot being known as the Cardona lot and be ing the same lot upon which the Cardoua block Is erected; said lot having a front age of eighty-six feet and five inches and a depth of one hundred and sixty feet, more or less. Second-That certain lot of land front logon Los Angeles street aud beginning at a point on west boundary of Los An geles street, the same being the southeast corner of the lot of John Wilson; run ning thence lv a southerly direction along said western boundary of Los An geles Btreet abeut thirty (30) varas, b« tbe same more or less, to tbe property of tho Fiuhr's estate; thence at right angles from Los Angeles street In a westerly di rection about fotty varas, bo the same more or less, to the eastern bou v d ary of the property of said Fiuhr's estate; thenco in a northerly direction parallel with Los Angeles street tosouthern boundary or said Wil son lot; thence In an easterly direction along line of suld Wilson's lot to theptace of beginning. Public notice is hereby given that ou MONDAY, THE 24th DAY OF JUNE, A, D. 1878, At 13 o'clock m. I will proceed to sail, at the court house door, in tb« city and couutv of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, tor cash in U. 8. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal, interest, attorneys' feeß, cobis ana all accruing ousts, all the above described real estate. (liven under my hand at Los Angeles, this Hutli day ol M&V. A. IL 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL, m3ltd sheriff. Sheriff's Sale. Seventeenth District Court—Alexander Weill, Plaintiff, vs. Mieiaei White et al., Dufendauts. Under aud by virtue of a decree of foreclosure made aud entered Id the District Court of the Seveuteenlh Ju dicial District of the State of California, lv and for the county of t,os Angeles, iv the above entitled case und lv favor of Alexander Weill, plaintiff, and against Michael White aud Maria Kosu nade White, his wife. If. Colin, Joseph Heslap and H. W. Hellman, J. Haas and A. Haus, partners composing tbe firm of Hellmau, Haas A Co.,defendants, on the 23d day of May, 1878, and under and by virtue of a writ reciting said decree Issu ed out of said Court ou the thirtieth day of May, 1878, nnd duly attested under the seal of said Court, lam commanded to sell at public auction to tbe highest and bast 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 Sau Oahrlel, county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, described as follows, to wit: Lot forty-four (H) In township oue (I) north rauge twelve (12) west Sau Bernar dino merldlau, being the same tract of land for which a patent was Issued by the Government ot the United States to said Michael White August 21st, 1871; said patent being recorded in Book one (I), page 212, et seq. of patent Records of Los Angeles couuty, to which reierence Is made lor moro full and particular de scription; saving and excepting, howev er, l hose two certain parcels ot said tract of land, one conveyed by the said Mi chael White aud Maria Rosaria de White,bis wife, August 21,1870, to Fran clsca Eslap by deed recorded In Book la, page 310, of Deeds, records of said couuty, and the other conveyed by said Michael White and Maria Hosaria de White, his wife, October 16th, 1871, to Joseph tleslap, by deed recorded in Book 31 of Deods, page 501), records of said county. Public notice Is hereby given lhat on SATURDAY, THE 122J DAY OF J JUNE, A. D. 1878, M At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to V sell, at the Court House door, lv the clly and county of Los Augeies, Htate of Call- ; fornia, at public auction, to the highest nnd best bidder, for cash in U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal, Interest,costs,'attorneys* fees, and nil ac cruing costs, all the above described real estate. Uiveu under my hand, at Los Angeles, this3Jlh day of May, A. D. 1878. H. M. MITCHELL, iny3lld sheriff TO LEASE. "ElMolinoFarm." For business and educational reasons, desiring to remove Into LoJ Angeles, I will lense " EL MOLINO FARM," Including residence and out-bulldlngs horsos, inulo-t, wagou, harass,, agricul tural Implements, etc., fur tbe term or TWO OR THREE YEARS. The rami consist, or 204 acres, on which are,o.ooo grape, vines, over 2,000 nmnge trees, 700 Kngllsh walnut trees, 600 lemon and lime trees; also a number of black walnut', pecan, almond, fig. apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, etc.; twoor three acres of all'alfa, fifty acres vacant urable land, and THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY i WATERED. Attached to the residence is a snaolous bath-room, supplying hot, coil aud shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARU ROOM, table and appurteuances. The farm Is most eligibly situated lv j tbe FRUIT BELT of the San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles east or Los Angeles city, and near the Railroad Htafinu of Sau Gabriel Mission. X not leused, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wit: One third cash, the balance in one, two, three and four years, at 10 percent, interest per annum Interest, payable semi-annually. K.J. C. KEWEN Nos. 10 A 11 Strellls Building, Spring St. 8. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf GO TO THE CAPITAL BAKERY, No. 57 SPRINO Si., Near First. Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of BREAD AND CAKES Iv tbe city Is to be found. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY. mU-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.