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A Singular Statement. Mr. J. O. Eldridge, the well known auctioneer of the Arm of H. ML Newhall & Co., of Han Francis- ' 4a, writes to the Virginia Enter 'pritm the following note: "A gentleman called my atten tion to an Item lv your paper re garding a lad whose arm bad been Jtmputated, and what he suffered Jtam th* removing of tbe same and ite results. Fifteen years ago I J*** »If >nd it was closely packed in • cAjicai causing me constant ***^ t *fc h»-P* lv - A wife . unkowft .5 me, sent a faithful ser- V»nt to arrange tbe amputat ed limb comfortably i v a new and larger casket. The moment the leg waa handled I knew it, and the comfort began then and has never eeasedt and I conld tell the position precisely in which the missing member was placed. lam glad to know my experience is verified; but just how te account for tbia let tbe wise men tell. This is the first time any allusion was ever made to this matter by myself, and I only allude to lt now to add my >**>timony to that of tbe little lad, •el* missing members do In some itlng S°ts?e way, convey to us tbe asaeverati. 'eellng. lam well " nany In your communi wes sboia, peculiar circumstances written my less If you desire, with a viMr-isb." this ie,"Jriou9 revelation is hardly M i singular tban tbe cause which »ed to the amputation referred to. When auctioning off goods, Mi . El dridge always became very animat ed.aud ln"knocklng ofT'each bid be bad a fashion of bringing his band ' down heavily on his right thigh. From this constant percussion pain began to manifest itself in the spot Indicated, and finally an abcees formed which led to amputation of the limb. A number of Los Angeles fami lies have taken up their residence in Santa Monica for (be Summer. Poetmaster Dunkelberger and fam ily are occupying tho residence ef D. Boyce on the upper end or Third street. Thos. E. Rowan bas taken a cottage near tbis office. H. D. Harrows and Colonel Smith on Ocean Aveuue, and Mrs. Ogler on Fifth street, occupy their i own residences. Col. Kewen and family are Incited ou Fourth street. The families of H. and I. M. Hellman have tak en rooms up-stairs opposite tbe postoffice. Messrs. Maxwell, Moore and Lacey, with their families, are .cosily fixed in the building former ly known as the Ciub House. Colonel and Mrs. linker have rooms at the Sauta Monica Hotel. H. VV. K. Bent aud family have taken up tbeir quarters iv South Sauta Monica. Quite a number ol others have houses and rooms at the hotels engaged, all of whom will come to tbe seaside soon after the Fourth.— Outlook. " Wilforde," the San Francis co correspondent of the Santa liar- Jbara Press, is responsible for the following sally: And now we are lo lose Parson Fitzgerald, who is guing to Tennes see. It was a most interesting feature of the last Legislature to hear the parsou get off his five minute prayer—price $5. And then to see smooth "Fitz" pass into the hall au l lobby for thieving bills was a sight to make angels weep. THE SUN. 1878. NEW YORK. 1878. As the time approaches for the renewal of subscriptions, tbe Bun would remind its friends and welbwlshers everywhere, that it Is again a candidate for their consideration and support. Upon IU record for the past ten years it rellss for a continuance ol thu hearty sympathy and generoua co-operation whloh has hitherto beea extended to it lroru every *;'iMrter of the Union. The dally Svn Is a four page sheet of 38 col umns, price by n,:". post paid, BB cents a month, or Is.BO per year. Tbe Sunday edition of tbe Sun Is an eight page sheet of 86 columns. While giving tbe r*ews ot the day, it sdso contains a large amount of literary and miscellaneous matter specially prepared for It. The bunday Sun has met with great Buccess. Post paid 91.20 a year. The Weekly Hun. Who does not know the weekly Bun ? It circulates throughout tbe United states, the Canada*, and beyond. Ninety thousand fam ilies greet its welcome pages weekly, and regard it in the light of guide, counsellor and friend. Its news, editorial, agricultural and literary departments make lt essentially a lournal for tbe family and the fireside. Terms: One l)*>Uar a year, post paid. This price, quality considered,makes it the cheap a«t newspaper published. For clubs often, with |t0 cash, we will send au extra copy free. Address. PUBLISHES OF THE SUN. nov3-tf New York Olty. N. Y. Awarded the Highest Medal st Vienna E. 4% H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 1 591 Broadway, New York, (Opp. Metropolitan Hotel), II.NUFACTUHEHB. IMPORTERS AND DEAL IBS IN Chromos & Frames, Stereoscopes, Views, Albums. Orapboscopes and Suitable Views. PHOTOGRAPH 10 MATERIALS. We are headquarters tor everything in the WSJ of StereoptHcons and Magic Lanterns. •7" Oatalotme of Lanterns and Slides, with ! directions fur utung, sent on application. Any enterprising man can make money 1 with a Magic Lantern. Out out this advertisement for reference. *Pl« A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage 1 ■^^r^^^^^Bnttii f itfld,iiti»il 0 Tr^afiee°on *hf ftJLjmZ-^JLJJt^M^kJ I ' IIII " marriage ami •"•"•••■■SJBMSWBSJBJB unfit for it Ute sr. rttilMW*™" frets of Reproduction nn< eesHSjyslpN Dlttcusen of Women. I T W.e*l a lsTiYaJ 4 A t* oo * l '" r priv*tr. tomld. LJjijjJy^if^^jJ^ta ruding. 2Bopage*-,pric; Onatldiaonlrrtol m PrlvaUo Norure ttriams trom Sell Abuse, Xxc«s«M, or S*>crot Dtieuea, wUa tiie u.»J |U«»neof Mire, KS4 lenrepajr fe. price AO eta. . _ A CLINICAL T.EtrriraS t t. tho «ik)tt. iirwi *«ndl.up— o»t*rih.Rupture, th- P _ WO 1 » rop 1 WANTS—LOST—FOUND. PARTNER WANTED. Being unable to flnd trust v. reliable help, I win sell an Interest in my POUL TRY BUSINESS to a live man. Only those meaning business need apply to WM. NILKS, Impmler and Breeder or Thoroughbred Poultry, Loa Angeles. Je2»-lui ~FOa BALE—FOR~ RENT.~ FOR SALE. A SALOON AND BOWLINQ ALLEY. In good locatiou. Enquire on premlaea. No. S6 Main street. United States Hotel. Jy4-lm JOHN KONAU, I'rop'r. FOR SALE. A B'rahle latest improved BILLIARD TABLE, In good order. W ill be sold at a bargain. Can be aeen at Nocll's Wine Rooms, No. l.i. Cardona iii.ck. Main at. JelB-lm TO RENT. One or more rooms,with board, hot and cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting Los Angeles will flnd this one ot the pleasaniest locations in town. Address P. O. Box I<o7. mh2titf TO RENT. A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS, Fully furnished with bedding, furniture, kitchen furniture aud water, at No. 132 Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Rent, t'2'J per month, payable In advance. Ad dress U. W. W., Herald office- mis-tf §1 to $1000 to Loan. AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER OFFICE. Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST. Will advance on collaterals SI to $1000, on all kinds of personal property, such as watches. Jewelry, diamonds, pistols, guns, etc. Gold, silver and V. 8. Curren cy bought and sold. nil:. 1 FOB _SALB. ~ CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS Near Orange and Santa Ana, Which were heretofore reserved by Glas aell A Chapman, are now offered for sale , orrent. aarRAILKOAO DEPOT VEKY CONVENIENT. Apply toCAPT.QLASSELL.In Temple Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKER, Orange. dl6tt Grocery Store for Sale. Dotiin a good business; satisfactory reasons given for selling. Enquire at the Herald ofllce. my£stf Sunny Rooms and Board. Gentlemei. and their wive* and single gents can be accommo luted with board and fine, large, front, sunny roitus, con taining all modern conveniences and home comforts, at the KIM BALL M A NSION , New High street, only oue blcck from the PostoihVe and Court House, aud commands a charming view of mountain and valley. Jel6tf FIRST CRAND Liquor Dealers' Picnic, TO UK UU LU AT AGRICULTURAL PARK, ON SUNDAY, July 7th, 1878, The proceeds to bo devoted to -«ueh worthy cbailtles as IheCommltteo may decide upon. Committee on Grounds —P. I*. Dv Hon, Johnny Redlcan. W. G. Rogers. Committee on Printing—Geo. Hatumel, Col. J. H. Wood. Committee on Finance—Gen. J. C. Ro ley, Pete Thompson. Committee ou Music-Joe Brcson, Bob Eckert. Committee on Refreshments—Joe Hay er, Sam Sampson. Geo. Furman. 1 Floor Manager—Ed. McOinnlss. Assistant*. — Fred Gtiiol, (Jut Le Prince. The management assure the public that nothing will be permitted that can offend the most fastidious, and that no disreputable characters will be allowed ou the grounds. This rule will be strictly enforced. J26td "tolease. ~ "ElMolinoFarm." For business and educational reaious, desiring to remove into l.<u Angeles. I will lease " EL MOLINO FARM," Including residence and outbuildings borses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul tural Implements, etc., for the term of TWO OR THREE YEARS. The farm consists of 204 acres, on which are 40,000 grape vines, over 2,000 orange trees, 700 English walnut trees, 000 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 allalla, fifty acres vacant arable land, aud THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence is a spacious bath-room, supplying hot, col i aud shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARD ROOM, table and appurtenances. The farm is most eligibly situated In tbe FRUIT BELT of the San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles east of Ixjs Angeles city, and near the Railroad Station of 1 San Gabriel Mission. If uot leased, T WILL SELL THE ENTIRE J PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wft: One- j third cash, the balance In one, two. three , and four years, at 10 percent. Interest per , annum interest, payable semi-annually. . E.J. C. KEWEN, Nos. 10 A II StreliU Building, Spring St. S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf : ~~ R. F. COLEMAN & SON, | i t PIAKOS &■ ORGANS. [ Agents for the celebrated PA.-'KAP TABOR ORGANS, UARDNKR - ' and other first-class PIANOS, mentasoldou lne ! "as lv 1 The Instill* p\.g hos- j t »• been 1 om here, 1 x'o-morrow ' have force 1 -eadleton to prevent the hosti. Rom crossing tbe Colum bia river, near the mouth ofgnake river. There la a great deal of I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are not a It/ertL e.i a** "cure-uHs," hut are "peeiUta lo thj diseases tut which the/ are recommended. NATURAL BELEOTlON.—lnvestigat ors of natural science have demonstrated beyond controverHy that throughout the animal kingdom the "survival of tbe tit* teal" In the only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Oom not tbe same principle govern the commercial pros perity of man? An interior cannot su persede a superior article. By reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines nave outrlvalled all others. Theirsale lv tbe United State* alone ex ceeds oue million dollars per annum while the arnouut expotted fooU up to several hundred thousand more. No business could grow to such gigantic pro purttousaud re>i upon any other basis than that of merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Eft Pleasant to Use. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its cures ex'end overaperioj of 20years. Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy Its sale constantly increases. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Cures by Its mild, soothing eiTeet. Cr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Lures "Cold In Head" and Catarrh, oi Ozuena. AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. ItoCKPORT, Mass., April 2,1877. Mh. Ei>iToa:—Having read in your pa per reports of the remarkable cures ol ca tarrh, 1 am induced to tell " what I know about catarrh," and I fancy the "snufT" and "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would be glad if they could emblazon a similar cure iv tbe papers. For 20 years I suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages became completely closed. "Snuß," "dust," "ashes," "inhaling tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work, though at intervals I would sniff up the so-called catarrh snuff, until I became a valuable tester for such medicine?. I gradually grew worse, and qj oue can know how much I suffered or what a miserable being I was. My head ached over my eyes until I was routined to my bed for many successive days, suffering tbe most intense pain, which at one time lasted continuously for 168 hours. All sense ot smell and taste goue, sight aud bearing impaired, body snruukeu and weasenea nervous system shat tered and constitution broken, aud 1 was hAWkingand spittmg seveu-elghths ofthe time. 1 prayed lor death to relieve me of m v suffering. A favorable notice In your paper ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in duced me to purchase a packtige aud use It wli v Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic pres sure, the only way compatible with com mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure me in three-iourths of a second, nor tuouo hour or month, but lv less than eight minutes 1 was relieved, and iv three months entirely cured, and have remained so over sixteen mouths. While using the Catarrh remedy, I used Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu rify my blood and strengthen mystom* ach. I also kept my liver active and bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will induce other bufferers lo seek the same means ol relief, ibis letter will have an swered its purpose. \ours .ruly, S. D. REMICK. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.—The fol lowing named parties arc umong the thousands who have been curea of ca tarrh by the use ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy: A F Downs, New Geneva, Pa; D J Brown, St Joseph, Me; E C Lewis, Rutland, Vt; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake, Ohio; ChasNorcrop.N 'th Chesterlleld.Me; Milton Jonei, c-crtba, NY; J E Miller, Bridger Station, Wj> J Ciierrlman, Lo gu us port, lnd; M M Post, Logausport, lnd; J W Bailey .Tremont, Pa; H B Ay res. La Porie, lud; Jessie MSears, tt Branch, lnd; I. Williams, Canton, Missouri; W A Thayer, Onarga, III; S B Nichols, Jr, Gal veston, Texas: Jonas F Reinerl. Slones ville.Pa; S W Lusk, McFarlaud, Wis; Johnson Williams. lielmick,Ohio: Mrs MA Curry, Trenton. Term: JUJosiln, Keene, N 11; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W Va: Louis Anderß, Gaysport, Ohio; <j H Chase, Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry Halght, San Francisco, Cal; Mrs E M Gallu*ba, Lawreuceville. NY; W J Graham, Adel, Iowa; A O Smith, Ncwuan, Ga; Chas E Rice, Baltimore, Md; Jesse M Sears, Car lisle, lnd; Dan'l B Miller, Ft Wayue.lnd; Mrs Mluuio Arnaise, 2tfo Delancy St, New York; H W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F Marston, Lowell, Mass; 1 W Roberts, Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Delaney, Harris burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell. Mass; Mrs C J spurtlu, Camden, Ala; Charles F Kaw, Fredericktown, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt ington, Farmlngton,lU; CaptE s Spauld lng. Camp Btambaugh, Wyo; I W Tracy, steamboat Rock. Iowa; Mrs Lydla Waite, Snusnan, NY; JM Peck, Junction City, Mont; Henry Ebe. Bantas.Cal; L BCuin mings, Rantoul, 111; SE Jones. Charles ton Four Corners, N V; Geo F Hall. Pueb lo, Cal; Wm E Bartrie, Sterling, Pa; H B Ebon. W8 Perm St, Pittsburg, Pa; J R Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zobrist, Geneva, N V; Miss Hattie Par rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L Ledbrook, Chatham, 111; S B McCoy, Nashport, Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson, Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darieu, Wis; John Zelgier, Carlisle Springs, Pa.; James Tompkins, st Cloud, Minn: Enoch Duer, Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xenia, Ohio; SBNichols, Ualvt ston, Texas: H L Laird, Upper Alton, ill; John Davi*, Presoott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For est Grove, Ogn. Golden Medical Discovery la alterative, or blood-cleansing. Golden Medical Discovery Is Pectoral, Golden Medical Discovery Is a Cbolanogue, or Liver Stimulant. Golden Medical Discovery la Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery By reason of Us alterative properties, 3UFM Diseases of the Blood and mi in, aa Sc ofula.orKlng'sEvll; Tumors: Ulcers, -i Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples aud Eruptions. By virtue of Us Pectoral j properties lt cures Bronchial, Throat and Lungaflection.s; Incipient Consumption; 1 Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngl- t is. Its Cholagogue properties, render it ■ in unequal remedy for Biliousness; Tor jld Liver, or "Liver Complaini;" and its ronlc properties make it equally eUlca iious In curing indigestion, Loss of Ap- - letlte and Dyspepsia. Where tbe sain Is Mallow and covered vitii blotches and pimples, or where here are scrofulous, swellings and affec lons.a few bottles of Golden Medical discovery will effect an entire cure. If ou feel drowsy, debilitated, have sallow lolor of skin or yeliowish-brown spots on . ace or body, frequent headache or dlzzl- 11 less, bad taste lv mouth, Internal heat F >r chills alternated with hot flushes, low v l*irit .* and gloomy forebodlnxi, Irregular ippe'.ite and tongue coated, you are suf- - ering from Torpid Liver or Biliousness, fi n many cases of Liver Complaint, only >artof these symptoms are experienced. m Vsa remedy for all such eases, Dr.Pierce's iolden Medical Discovery has no equal, ,s iteffects perfect cures.leaving the liver trenzthened and healthy. iHE PEOPLE'S MEf " " tt, V. PtFT» ,1, rave Ui u» pos.poueu, nut a. . oae brightly, and as it passed the , nerldiau the air was extremely > ultry. The track was not iv as ' ;ood condition as it was expected t would be from the warm weather, I he water clinging tenaciously to [ be heavy soil, despite every effort [ o place It In geod condition. . BEFORE THE RACE. I At the beginniug of tbe batting c here was light odds in favor of a BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' * MERCHANTS' HAN li Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN Prealdent . » Caahler BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Is AI As W. Hellman, Eduene Meyer, O. W. C'niLDs, L. 0. Goodwin, Chaiilss Ducommun, Josa Mabcarei., John s. Qripfin, C. E. Thorn, FRANK I.ECOT/VHEDR. Exchange for sale OB NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Buy and Sail LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and after this date, on all moneys le tas Term Deposits. Interest will be al lowed. Commerciel Bank Of Los Angelea. Authorized Capital - 300,000 M. th PATRICK President E. K. SPENCE Caahler DIRECTORS. M. s. Patrick, S. H. Mott. A. A. Wilcox, H. Maburt. M. Wood worth, I. Lankershim, O. S. WITHBRBY, J NO. U. CAPSON, J. E. HOLLENBKCBT. This Bank la prepared to receive de posits on open account, Issue Certificates of Deposit, and transact a general Bank ing Business. Collections made and proceeds remitted at cuirent rales of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET, Los Angeles _ Cal Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000 J. S. SLAUSON Prealdent It. 8. BAKtSR Vice-President J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier DIRECTORS. J. S. SLAUSON, P. ItKAt'DKT. V. A. Hoover, Robert S. Bakeb, J. Bixby, Oeo. W. Pkescott A. W. Bowman. Receive Savings Bank deposits. Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, New York, London, Purls. Berlin and Frankfort. B iy exchange on all parts ol tbe United states aod Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tlflcate of Deposit, an J do a general banking and exchange business. Lots for Sale! ON TUB INSTALLMENT PLAN OB CHEAPFORC ASH. West Los Angeles Offers the best opportunity for delightful homesteads of any that has ever been of- ' fbred for sale to tbe public THK WHOLE TKACT IS LEVEL, j i Only fiutHcleuty Inclined for good drainage 1 THE soil 18 EXCELLENT, t And ol such churac that It nevex cakes and 1b neither muddy lv Winter nor dusty lv Summer. IT HAS A DITCH OF WATEK RUN- ' NINO THROUGH IT. THK MAIN STREET AND AUUK L'l - TUKAL PARK RAILROAD t In completed and running through the en< Lire land audi now operated successfully through Park A ( venue, 100 feet wide, 0 en : ng Into tbe Agricultural Grounds. 0 1 \. DEPOT OK THE LOB ANGELEA AND f INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD I*3 f) LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS. This Is really tbe West End of our beau- I Iful city, with the benefit of FRESH. I >URE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, incontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia. 1 i. glance at the elegant niantdoDs and ■* aehionable residences dow e.ected and n course or erection must satisfy any per on desiring a home I bat this Is tbe place ts r 'HE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. >« I liy petiti .ncr as ,> ■* lT ttaud aud that of decea, M iqually remarkable co were presented iv the cr position to the pet* > numerous relatives a** ncluding two sous p.. hat deceased was married iv Boston, aud that he did uot leave or California until 1853, when he tame by the Isthmus, and not i, icross the plains. Judge Clark, in LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIcIwAST" BTEAMBHIP COMPANY. Ooodall, rerklns 4 Co Agente, Sau Frttuctai'o San Francisco and Los Angelo* EXPRESS LINE JUX.Y SCHEDULE. ArrlveSan JSa t s a f 9 a Francisco. o* *** - - a _j= Q ' " ' CO OS OC CJj 30 N j S Leave Sta v o Monica. S* • * * • I a < O — rta>«»^^w Leave Sau >. M Pedro. %* * 1 • ■ o 2 < j ArrlveSan >, g Pedro. 9: =-= • 5 P <2 .. Arrive Sta > X Monica. all 1 IU S 2 r ~> Leave San « x Kranclaco. : : : : —— »^»» i \\\\\\\ H ******* ocOaoCooOu. Both steamships call at Port Hartorc (BanLulsObtapo)and Santa Barbara; also on down trip, at Anaheim Landing foi freight only. The Senator culls at Sat Buenaventura also every trip. tor Han Francis .o takt the train tor Santa Monica that leavet Los Angeles at 4:35 P. M., Los Angelei time. Lob Angeles and SanDiegc THE STEAMERS Senator and Orizaba Leave Santa Mon ca and San Pedro foi San Dlejo, July 1, 7, 11, 10,21,26, and 31. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Angeles for Sau Pedro at 3.43 p. h„ Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Fayable In Gold.) Cabin. Steerage. To Saa Francisco flo uo 110 00 To Port Harford 12 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara 8 CO « 00 To Sau Diego ~,,.,„ 8 60 tl 60 Plans of steamers'cabins at agont'sofllce, where berths may bo scoured. FOH WAY PORTS. The steamer Constant! ne leaves Sau Buenaventura and Sauta Barbara for San Francisco every Sunday, calling at uli way porta. Freight steamers leave San Francisco for San Diego and way ports about every ten days, carrying a'ock. combustibles, etc. For Passage or Freight as i bove. or for tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Office, No. 66} Main street, over tbe Commercial Bank, Los Angelea. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD —AND— S T X A M X H t*. Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. —•• * — Important Change of Time Ouandafter Monday,Dec.l7th,lB77,and until further notice, trams wtti run every day aa follows: LEAVE LOS ANGELES: FOB— ABBIVB. Wilmington 10:35 4.x. 11:65 a. m. Sun Francisco 1:16 P.M. 12:40 P. M. " Accom'datlon 10:85 a. m. 7:80 a.m. Yuma _ 2:26r. M. 7:00 a. m. Wilmington 3:80 " 4:55 p. M. Santa Ana 4:00 " 0:10 " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: Leave— Ahbive. Yuma „ 6:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Santa Ana 6:80 a. M. 8:60 " Wilmington .„ 7:46 " 8:10 '• Wilmington „ coop. m. 2:20 p. m. San Francisco 4:00 " 1:55 '• " Accom'datlon 4:30 " 1145 a.m. Trains run dally to Yuma, counecting with steamers for Aubrey, Ehrenberg and Intermediate landings on the Colo rado about three times per month. Sleeping cara will be run dally. Tru'iswill be run by Sau Francisco time. . T. H. GOODMAN, .leu' 1 Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N. TOWNE, Geu'l Sup't. Ji. E. HEWITT. Ass't BuD't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OUT. Isth, 1877, trains will run dally ou this road as follows: Leave ' ™~ S P Arrive Leave Arrive In Depot S R Depot S. Mnlca 4. Mulca L Ansis Lt. Angel's 130A.M 18:10 A.M. 117.40 A.M. |1030 \M. 1.40 P.M. 14:20 P. M. ||s:.o P.M. |5:10 P.M. On steamer daya tralna will connect I frith the I.e. steamship Co. 's steamers br Sau Franolsco aud San Diego. See ;helr advertisement. WM.J.L. MOULTON, on tr Ass't sup't. Montana Meat Market. FBXELINOEK A FRANK, MD** The beat and tendereat n the market. None but the laaMaam Prlmeat Boof and Mutton ver to be round. Note the address—Mon »»» Meat Market, Main Street, near \ Irat, Loa Angeles %Wk FASHION .ivery and Sale Stable, WILSON & YOUNC, lAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. '•orsos and Carriages, Single or Double, addle Horsea kept constantly on - the accommodation or the pub 's Boarded by the day, week or isonable rates. Conveyances r<M AnB„..'.°rivate or public occasions _ " and upon as reae- UU. SHOKr, , , . iment . s offering a few desirable .TOT J VERY LOW FOR CASII. « OUR OWN COLUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD ■ The Leading Paper OF Southern California. r 1 Will devote, lta columns to fu:iherlug tin ! interests of Loa Angelea city and count] i i and tbe .Southern po.tlon of the State. 1 Is thu Intention of the publisher to maki I THE HERALD A newspaper of the day, complete In al ltn detail*), and In every department Full and Reliable. Tho Editorial Column* will discuss al live toplcsof tbe day, while the Telegrams, *» lly arrangements newly effeoteJ, will be the fullest und moat exhaustive to be found In any paper of tbe State, uot be ing surpassed by those ofthe Stan Prune I see dallle«. The Local Columns Will contalu a complete resume ol local happeulugs and all matters ol borne In terest. TERMS • DAILY HERALD, Ly mall, 1 year..llooo " " " 6 months... 500 M " • 3 months... 260 Delivered lv tbe City al 25 CENTS PER WEEK. THB WEEKLY HERALD! 1 i , „ « I i TEBMS: 1 Veekly'..... I year by mail (800 tl " 6 months '• „ 160 c, o " » " " 100 \( P 1 Payable Invariably In advanoe A O 3 loeeph D. Lynch, it PUBLISH BR. | M ' LEGAL. STATEMEjTT OF CONDITION OF mE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANCELES, CAL., ON MONDAY, JULY Ist, 1878. Attars. Cash on hand ,110.107 73 Csh with correspoud ents— First National Gold Bank, San Franols *tr %itm oi The Bank or Califor nia, Sau Francisco. 28,031 18 London and Sau Franclscoßank, (limited; San Fran cisco. 1,637 0» Agenoy of Bank of California, New York 0.875 31 85,150 17 Total cash 1181.610 00 Loans and Discounts... 820.420 83 Bonds and Warrants. 6.07169 Bank Building-. 18,000 00 Vaults and Futures... 8,814 83 Real estate, taken lv foreclosure of mort gages 11,518 70 ,1,055 015 91 NOTE.—The amount of Interest due and accrued but uncollected Is $23,717 76, which Is not Included In the assets ol the assets of the foregoing statement. LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up In gold ,475.00.1 00 Reserve Fund CO.OcO 00 Surplus 12,779 45 Total Capital. J537.779 4( Dae depositors 501 ,«M 4« » Uudtvlded profits 16.8U) M ,1.0.35 045 01 We, the Committee, have examined the _ books and counted tho cash, and flnd all correct. .. ( L. C. O-ODWIN, ' Signed: ! O. W. CHII.DS. . ( EUUENE Al KY K. 11, Committee. c July 2d, 1878. The within statement of tbe assets and liabilities of Ihe Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank ot Los Angeles Is true, to the beat of my knowledge and belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. Piesldent. Los Angeles, July 3d. 1878. Subscribed and sworn to before ms, this tblrd day of July. A. D. 1873. A. W. PO'ITS, County Clerk. By DM. ADAMS, Deputy. Jy4 3w NOTICE. All persons having claims against tbe late firm of B. D. WILSON A CO. are hereby notified and requested to present i the same a t once to tbe undersigned, al his residence, at San Marino, Los Ange les county; and all person* Indebted to said firm are hereby notified and request ed to settle their accounts without delay, Dated April ITr h, 1678. aplsti J. DE BARTH SHORB. Per T. A R. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEEN: The firm of Pico. Agulrro A Co. Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe business will be carried ou by Forster, who will receive all moneys due firm and pay all debts. FRANCISCO PICO, i F. P. FORSTER. Jyl-lw MIGUEL A. AGUIRRE. "IIISCELLANEOUS. tiff GRAND OPENING OF ,7. LENOIR, Mo. I 16 Main St., Exhibited to the people of Los Angeles the greatest and finest assortment of I PUBITITirBE Of his own manufacture, and the LOW KST PRICKS I ever availed of by tbem. An extensive experience In l-ranco and San Francisco has enabled Mr. Lenoir to Invite tbe pub lic to an Inspection of his elegant stock, ay Sold on monthly Installments.-sea REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERY WOKK a specialty. niyls Furniture Factory FOR SALE. LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, California. Fac:ory ban all approved machinery in use, which Is entirely new. Mnchlnery drlvon by an eighty horse-power boiler and engine. Railroad switch connects actory with s. p. R. it., giving facilities <or shipping to all points in the Interior, and its close proximity to the wharf en ables material to be landed at the factory from the mills as cheaply as In San Francisco, WILL BE SOLD CHEAP Toclose up partnership affairs nf B. D. Wilson A Co. Apply to tbe surviving partner, J. DaBARTH SHORB, my3tf San Gabriel P. 0.. Cal. Largest Auction House in the City I H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court Uou.se. aw REGULAR SALE on Saturdays from 9 o'clock a. m. till i v.x. Special Sales made at any time. HOKHES. WAGONS, aud all kinds of goods bought aud sold. Reference (R. E. Hyde, Pres B'k Vlsalla by permls'n \ v , p. Spenoe, Cash Com B'k Jaietf B. R. BKO JTM. Auctioneer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 18. "W. ITOYES ! Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., ' >pposltetbe Court House, and will be , >leased to serve his old friends and the ' mbllc. Particular attention paid to Heal estate sales. Regular salo days for iorses and rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS 4SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own fork, I intend to make my charges less ] linn those of anybody else In tbe busl eas, charging on real estate two per . ent. for tbe first 11000 and one percent. 1 n all sums above that amount. ~W i !J*„b uy FURNITURE. HORSES, /AGONS and all kinds of property, anil ay cash. N. B—Saturday's sales commence at 10 n . m. and clone at t c. y.. v E. W. NOYES, tl ldest Auctioneer In Southeru California. *' nv2l Evergreen Laundry. ATASHIITQ Called for and delivered to any part of the city, by eed & Phillips, A n.&'hi,u Order, can be l.n at JO£> ' Seer * Ury ' r. Hani Hellmar- ■» LEGAL. In the Probate Court Of (hp County of Los Angelea. Stale of California. IN THK MATTER OF THK. Eft CATS OK MAM DHL RICQ.UENA, DECEASED. If appearing to tho said Court by the re; It ion thin day presented aud tiled by Wiu. IBanning, tun Executor ot the estate of said Man uel Requena, deceased, praying for an order of sale of real estate, that H lv necessary to sell some por tion of the real estate to pay the debts outstanding against the deceased, and tbe debts, expenses and charges of ad ministration: It Is therefore ordered by the said Court, that all persons Interested tn the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Probate Court on Monday, tbe 15th day of July, 1878, at IU o'clock In tho forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Probate Court, at the Court House, lv the city and county of Lorn Angales, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Execu tor to sell ao much of the real estate of the said deceased asshall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at lOrtst four successive weeks In the Dally Los Angeles Herald, a newspa per printed and published In said city and county of Los Augtdes. Dated June 7ih, 1878. ALBERT M. STEPHENS, JBtd Probate Judge. Sheriff's Sale. Thoma3 H. Smith, Plaintiff', vs. Goo. B. Walnor, defenndant — City Court, Los Angeles City. Under and by virtue of an execution Is sued out of the City Court of Los Angelas City, county of Los Angeles, .stateorCal ifornia, to rae directed and delivered on tbe Uth day of June, A. D. ivzs, for a ludgraent rendered in sail Court on the 4th day of June, A. D. 167*. In favor of i nomas H. Smith, plaintiff, and against Geo. B. Walker, defendant, I have levied upon and shall on TUESDAY, THE 9th DA V OK JULY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell, at the Court House door, tn the city and county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, at public adctlon to the highest and best bidder, for cash In U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said Judgement for Interest and costs aud accruing costs, all the right, title and Interest of defendant Geo. B. Walker In and to the following described real estate, to wit: The NE % of Section 16 T. 4 N. R 13 W. San Bernardino meridian. Given under my hand, at Los Angeles, this 17th day of June, A. D. 1878. H. M. MITCHELL, JeVTtd Sheriff. MORTGAGE SALE. Harriet Leviston, Plaintiff, v.. Charles J. Nhepheru, Administrator of ibe es tate of Uenry Taloot, deoeased, Elisa beth Miller, Henry A. Miller, Samuel Jnnes Talbot, Jacason Talbot, Charles Talbot. Kowena Talbot, Carroll Talbot, Josiah Tul bot, K. Talbot, Raubel Clark, John Clark, Maria Sanders, Joseph Sunders, Mary J. Morgan, P. Morgan, Ann p.uza Wadkln, A. Wadkln and Dora Talb >t, Defendants—Seventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A decree of foreclosure and or der ot sale entered In tbe District Court of the 17th Judicial District of the state of California. In aud for Los Angeles county, on the 28th day ot May, A. D. 1878, and a writ on fore closure of mortgage entered In the afore said Dlstrlot Court, annexed to said de cree.and dst.d the fjth day of June, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled cose, and In lavnr of Harriet Leviston, plaintiff, and against Charles J. Shepherd, Adminis trator ofthe estate of Henry Talb it, de ceased, Elizabeth Miller, Heury A. Mil let, Samuel Jones Talbot, Jaokson Tal bot, Charles Talbot, Kowena Talbot, Carroll Talbot, Josiah Talbot, K. Talbot, Rachel Clark, John Clark, Maria San ders, Joseph Sanders, Mary J, Morgan, P. Morgan, Ann Eliaa Wadkln, A. Wadklu aud Dom Talbot, defendants, a certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure duly attested under the eeal of said court on tho Ist day of June, A. D. 1878, and delivered to me me on the 10th day ot June, A. D 1873, to gether with the writ annexed therein, whore by lam commanded to soil at public miction, to the highest aud boat bidder for cash In U. S. gold coin, the following and In Bald decree described real estate, to wit: All that certain plroe or parcel ol land, situated. In tbe city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, bounded aud described as follows, to wit: Commencing on the southeasterly cor nerot Seventh and Chanty streeta, run* thenoe southeasterly along the south westerly line of Seventh street 10} feet; thence at right angles southwesterly ou a line parallel with Charity street to feel; thence at right angles northwesterly on aline parallel with Seventh street 105 feet; and thence northeasterly along tbe southeasterly line or Cnarlty street 40 feet, to the placaof commencement, be ing a portion of block £1 of Ord's survey of the city or Los Angnlos, and known and described as subdivision number 4 on E. Bouton's map ol subdivision of the north half of said block, recorded In Book 3 of Miscellaneous Records, pag-t 15, In the office of the County Recorder ot Los Angeles county.. Publle nutlce Is hereby given that on * SATURDAY, THE Otu DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock h., I will proceed to sell, at tbe Court House door. In the city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, at §übllc auction to the highest and best ldder for cash In U. S. gold coin, to satis fy aald decree for principal, Interest attorneys' fees, oosts and all accruing costs, all the above described real estate. Given under my hand, at Los Angeles, this 13th dey ol June, A. D. 1878. , ~ . H.M.MITCHELL, jw 'J Sheriff. Notice of Guardian's Satsj of Real Estate. Notice la hereby given that In pursu ance of an order nf tho Probate Court of the county nf Los Angelea, stale of Cal ifornia, madeon the lith day of March, 1878, In the matter ot the estate and guardlanahlp of Maria Elvira Franclaca Winston, a minor, and lr pursuance of on order of snld Court made on the day of July, 1878, In the matter of said es tate and guardlaosblp, whereby the said Court shortened the time of notice of Sale, tho undersigned, guardian or tbe person and estate of said minor, wlllsell »t private sale, to the highest bidder. MU sash In gold coin of the United stiles indsulject to confirmation by said Pro )»to Court, on or after SATURDAY, THE 13th DAY OF JULY, 1878, All the right, title, Interest and estate or tuesald minor In and to all that certain piece or parcel of land situate lo the bay "5 San Kianchco, Solano county. Sla'e or ta 11 formi:, near the straits or t'aroul nez, known aud designated as Mare Is land, said Interest of said minor being •P,*JH 'videdoqe-seveulh qi said jiarcpl Terms and conditions of sale. Cash In gold coin ofthe United States Dued at expense of the purchaser. bids or offers may be male at any II ne after tho first publication of this not'eu and before the making of the sale? All bids or otters mo- 1 aud left at the office oi lorneys at law. Tent' reles city, or dellve ilgned p. -sonally, o >f the said Probal , „ RAF> Suardlar. of ' Maria Xl minor. Datod July Aaser ,03 ANP lOoatloo Los A— works, No' Iff* >r. V