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AU aorta ef rumor* are afloat as to j
what disposition will be made of ,
the Santa Monica wharf. The most <
general belief seems to be that it <
Will be condemned and abandoned.
Bat there Is no proof of this, as yet,
to far aa we have been able to as
—Hall. Expert! are now engaged
In examining tbe structure; and
Mill they make their report noth
ing definite can be known. It may be
that the plies are not as badly worm
oaten aa bas been supposed; In
whteh event It Is possible tbat the
Railroad Company may conclude
let make tbe necessary repairs.
The) notion of tbe Company will no
doubt be governed by the required
•oat. unless there is a settled con
eluaien to abandon tbe wharf, no
matter wbat might be tbe result
of tbe examination. It is also said
that Captain Johnston, of the
steamer Orlsaba, denounoes tbe
wharf as unsafe. We know nothing
•host this report. It may or
may not be true. The latest ru
mor that reaches us Is to the effect
tbat General Phineas Banning has
leased tbe wharf both at this place
and at Wilmington, and will here -
after control tbe transferor freights
between ship and rail. If this be
true, the General may conclude to
abut up this port, as bis interests
are centered at Wilmington.
This I* a many-sided question,
which it is useless to attempt to
handle until full developments are
made. It hardly seems reasonable
that any Individual or corporation
would desire to injure our beauti
ful little town, unless there was a
larger stake pending than there is
a) present. The Company controls
both porta, and tbe rates from
either are remunerative; and
* liberal policy to this sec
tion will certainly develop a
greater bulk of business that will, at
bo distant day, render all our ports
nseessary. At tbe outside, it is be
lieved that 99,000 a year would
keep this]whsrf In repair. At tbe
present rates of wharfage ($1.50 per
ion) 6,000 tons would meet the ex
pense—twenty vessels discharging
or receiving 300 tons each. This is
also an especially convenient place
for the transfer of passengers—
much better than tbe other port —
The Nevada Senatorship.
By almost universal acclamation
tbe Hod. John P. Jonas is declared
the choice of the Silver State as his
own auccespor in tbe Senate of tbe
United States, and it now appears
M though tbe Legislature would
only be called upon as a matter of
form to confirm this universal ex-
Sreaston of tbe people anil press of
It la seldom that a United Slates
Senator can shape his course
and honor his high position so
as to avoid calumny and de
traction. Tho Important and
delicate duties of his position,
the varied Interests that
are vitally affected by his action,the
ambitions that are thwarted, the
aspirations tbat are disappointed,
must ofteu and unjustly expose the
Senator to unjust aspersion, to
criticism aud censure. More fortu
nate than most of his compeers,
Senator Jones lias not only estab
lished himself as a power hi the
councils of the nation, identified
himself not ouly as the advocate,
bat as the creatrr of the financial
policy of the Oovernraent, hut
while thus establishing his posi
tion In the front rank of the states
men of tbe day, bas so eudeared
himself to bis Immediate constitu
ency that partisanship is stilled,
detraction unheard, competition
This is tbe present position of
Senator Jones, attained iv the
highest walks of statesmanship,
without once appealing to political
prejudices or stooping to the arts of
the demagogue. Tbe responses of
tbe Senator's constituents to this
•xalted conduct, argues well for
tbe future of tbe country. It shows
tbat republics are not always un
grateful, and teaches tbat the
masses are as prompt to recognize
aa they are ready to reward merit
and capacity; that in the avenues
of preferment men may walk erect,
nor always find themselves out
stripped hy those who crawl that
they may climb, and humble lliem
selves that they may be exalted.
Senator Jones's first appearance
In tbe Senate of the United Htates
surprised many who were ignorant
of bis ability. Six years have
passed and to-day should be not be
rs-eleoted millions throughout the
nation would be alike grieved and
astonished.— San Jose Mercury.
The demise of a Los Angeles
dally furnishes material for a few
suggestions on the precarious hold
• newspaper has upou the public
unless it is what it claims to bn in
all respects, a newspaper. Los
Angeles claims to have been a pro
1111c field for newspaper ventures
and failures. These failures
nave a like application. Money
aloue cannot make a newspaper,
nor Is fine writing a desideratum.
To succeed, a newspaper must be
guided and directed hy men with
as practical training as a carpen
ter. But men are conceited, ever,
and there are too many who sup
pose tbat the possession of a news
paper is the stepping stone to fame
and fortune; but how many have
reaped tbe whirlwind, let the
count It ss failures testify. A con
temporary truly says the universal
conceit iv men's minds in regard to
conducting newspapers arises
"from the fact that every man now
a-days considers himself a teacher,
and that he only needs his thoughts
placed lo type to secure tor linn,
•elf and them conspicuous consid
eration." They seem to forget
tbat readers have some deaires,
•erne wishes to propitiate. And
(bay forget that readera are
Jealous of their rights. What is
really required iv a newspaper is
tbe news; told In terse and lumin
ous languge; energy, and unsleep
ing watchfulness are required, and
above all there must lie a well de
fined policy marked out for a paper,
wblcb should be established ouly
lo fill a well defined want. News-
Pspers whether they be established
f rich men aa tbe playthings of ,
•n boar, or by men without capital
or newspaper training, succumb I
aaonsr or later, because they are
—t necessities lv the communities
tbat tolerate them. The hard times |
are sufficiently wearing on bona .
Mdo newspapers. Tbey can hardly <
do otherwise than swamp tbe hy- '
brtd concern* that arise In a night ?
and flourish for a little day. — Oak- I
THE BLESSINGS Of THE RAILROAD.
How a Virginia Foundry Lest « (12,000 Con
Some weeks ago Messrs. Eckhart
A Salkeld of the Fulton Foundry,
submitted the plans of some new
machinery te the managers of the
Ontario mine in Salt Lake. Sev
eral other specifications were sub
mitted, but the Fulton Foundry
plans were accepted as the best.
When the contract was about to lie
awarded, the managers of the
mine at Salt Lake discovered
that it would cost them $1,600 more
on freight to ship the machlney
from Virginia City to Salt Lake,
than from San Francisco to Salt
Lake, and as a matter of economy
awarded tbe contract to a Sau
Francisco manufactory. Thus,
by reason ot a most outrageous dis
crimination on the part of tbe Cen
tral Pacific llallroad Company, the
Fulton foundry was deprived of a
$12,(MX) job and thirty men were
kept out of employment.— Virginia
The Man who Swaixowed a
Waoon Wheel. —Some two years
ago, a man who called himself Win
Brazleton, advertised a show at
the court house in Fresco!t, In
which, amoDg other wonderful
things, he waa to swallow a wagon
wheel. He took the money ut the
door aud Went out to matin up ttie
rest of the troupe, who, ai he Mid,
had just arrived in low;., and were
making their toilet. He never re
turned, neither did hi* troupe, and
now comes a dispatch to lhe Gov
ernor saying Wot. Brazluton in
killed, and that he is the man who
had been robhiu£ stupes on his own
hook. He II in all probability, the
same man who didn't swallow the
wagon wheel.— Arizona Miner.
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Good water Is abundant al an average
depth of iU feel frnin the surface. On al
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Anaheim, Loa Angelea county, Dec. 24,
View of Marriage!
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™*ffa» ontho .bo« Stem ,„)
Atfo««ra.stm , s. wwuM.au, s,. at. lou». it»
Are not a ivorilt-ed as "cure-alls," but are
specifies in thi diseases for which they
ors of natural science have demonstrated
beyond controversy that throughout the
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test" Is the only law that vouchsafes
thrift and perpetuity. Does not the same
principle govern the commercial pros
perity of man? An inferior cannot su
persede a superior article, Hv reason of
superior merit, l)r. Pierces standard
Medicines have outrlvalled all otheis.
Their sale in the United States aloue ex
ceeds one million dollars per annum
while the amount exported roots up io
several hundred thousand more. No
business cotilu grow to such gigantic pro
portions aud re»t upon any other basis
thau that of merit.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
|S i'lcasuot Lo Ut.e.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its CUl~ttS ex len 1 over a period of2l)years.
Or. Sage s Catarrh Remedy
lis sale constant ly Increases.
Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cuivs by Its mild,, southing eiVct.
Jr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures "Cold lv Head" and Catarrh,ol
AN OPEN LETTER —IT SPEAKS
Uookport, Mass., April 2, 1577.
Mi:. Kimtom:—Having read in your pa
per lepoits uf the remarkable cures ol ca
tarrh. 1 una induced to tell " what 1 know
abouL catarrh," and I fancy tbe "snuff"
aud "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol
lar grabbers) would be glad if t hey could
emblazon a similar cure lv the papers.
For Uti years 1 suffered with catarrh. The
nasal passages became completely closed.
"Suutl," "dust," "ashes," "inhuling
tubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work,
though at intervals I would suift up the
so-called catarrh snuff, until 1 iM'eame a
valuable tester for such medicines. 1
gradually grew worse, and iniiue fan
know how much 1 suffered or what a
miserable beiug I was. My head ached
over my eyes until 1 was conhued to my
bed ior many successive days, buffering
the most iniense pain, which at one time
lasted continuously lor llfci hours. All
sense ol smell und tuste goae, sight aud
hearing impaired, body shrunken
ana weakened nervous system scat
tered and constitution broken, and 1 was
hawking and spitting seven-eighths of the
time. 1 prayed :or ueath to relieve me oi
mv raftering. A favorable notice In your
paper ol Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy In
duced me to purchase a package and use
it with lir. Pierces Nasal Douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pies
sure, the ouly way compatible with com
mon sense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did uot
SUM DM in three-.oui t lis of a second, nor
in one hour or mouth, but lv less than
eight minutes 1 was relieved, uud in
three mouths entirely cured, und have
reimilne.i -so over sixteen months. While
using the Catarrh remedy, 1 used i>r.
Herow'i Golden Medical Discovery to pu
niy my biootl aud strengthen my stom
ach, I also kept my liver active and
bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant
I'urgiitlvo .Pellets, ii my experience will
induce oilier sufferers io seek the same
on ans oi relict", ibis letter will have an
swered its purpose.
i ours rmy, 8. D. REM JCK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.—'Ihe fill-
Lowing named parties ure among the
thousands who hu ye been cureo of ca
lm rh by the uso oi Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Remedy: A F Downs, New Geneva, Pa;
D J Brown, bt Joseph, M«; E C Lewis,
Rutland, VI; Levi springer, Nettle Lake,
Ohio; ChiesNoroiop.iN'lh Chestei lleld.Me;
Alilion Jones, tenba, NY; J E Miller,
Bridge! station, Wy ; J 0 Merriinan, Lo
gansport, Ind; M M Post, Logimspoit,
lud;J W Bailey.Tremont, Pa;H B Ay res,
La Porte, lud; Jessie M sears, m Bruucli,
Ind; I. Williams, Cuuton, Missouri; W A
Thayer, Onarga, III: SB Nichols, Jr, Gal
veston, Texas: Jonas F Relnert. Stoiies
ville, Pa; S W Lusk, McFarland, Wis;
- Johnson Witliams, Helmick, Ohio: Mrs
M A Curry, Treuton. Term; J v Josiin,
Keene, N H; A J Caspar, Table Rock, W
Va; Louis Anders, Gay sport, Ohio; C H
Chase. Elkhart, lud; Mrs Henry Halght,
san Francisco. Cal: Mrs E M Uallu»ba,
Lawrencevllle. N V: W J Graham, Adel,
Iowa; A O Smith, Newnan, Ga; Chas fa)
Rice, Baltimore. Md; Jesse M Sears, Car
lisle, Ind; Dan'l B Milier.Ft Wayue.lnd;
Mrs Minnie Arnaise, 290 Delaney St, New
York; 11 W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F
Marston, Lowell, Mass; 1 W Roberts,
Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Delaney, H arris, -
burg, Pa; M C Cole, Lowell, Mass: Mrs C
J Spurtiu,Camden, Alu; Charles F Kaw,
Fredericklowu, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt
) iugton, Farmlugton,ll]; CaptE s Spauld
lng. Camp Stambaugh, Wyo; 1 W Tracy,
steamboat Rock. Iowa; Mrs Lydia Waiie,
shushan.N V; J M Peck, Junction City,
Mont; Henry Eba. Banias.Cai; L BCum
inings, Rantoul, ill; S X Jones. Charles
ton Four Corners, NY; GeoF Hail, I'ueb
l»,Cal; WmEßartrle, sterling, Pa; H
II Ebon. Wtf Penu St, Pittsburg, Pa; J R
Jackmau, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henry
Zobrist, Geneva. N V; Miss nuttle Pai
roti, Montgomery, Ohio; L J.edbrook,
Chatham, 111; S B McCoy, Nash port,
Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson,
Mich; Miss Mary A Winne, Darien, Wis;
. John Zeigler,Carlisle springs, Pa.; James
Tompkins, St Clotul, Minn; Knoon Duei,
Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xeuia,
i Ohio; S B Nichols, Gaiv-ston,Texas; ii
L Laird, Upper Alton, lil; Joiiu Davi*,
Prescott, Ariz; lira Nancy Graham, For
est Grove, Ogn.
Golden Medical Discovery
, Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
j Golden Medical Discovery
; Golden Medical Discovery
i 1» a Cbolagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of lis alterative properties,
cures Diseases of the Blood aud skin, as
Sciofula.or King's Evil; Tumors; Ulcers,
or Old Sores; Blotches, Pimples and
Eruptions. By virtue ot us Pectoral
properties it cures Bronchial, Throat and
Lung a tied ions; Incipient Consumption;
Lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngi
tis. Its Cholugugue properties, render it
an unequal remedy lor Biliousness; Tor
pid Liver,or "LlverComplalut;" and Its
Tonic properties make it equally eillca
eious iv curing indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite and Dyspepsia.
Where the salu is sallow aud covered
with blotches and pimples, or where
there are scrolulous, swellings and affec
tions, a few bottlea of Golden Medical
Discovery will effect an entlie cure. II
you feol drowsy, debilitated, have sallow
color of skin or yellowish-brown spots on
lace or body, trequout headache or dizzi
ness, bad taste iv mouth, Internal heat
or chills alternated with hoi Mushes, low
spirit* and gloomy forebodings, irregular
appetlteand longuo coated, you are suf
ierln« from Torpid Liver or Biliousness,
in many cases of Liver Complaint, only
part or these symptoms are experienced.
Asa remedy for all such cases, Dr. Pierces I
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal,
as 11 effects perfect cures,leaving the liver I
strengthened uud heallhy.
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Both steamships cull ut I'ort Hariord
(SunLulsOhlspo)and Isanta Barbara; ulso,
on down *rlp, at Ananel ru Landing for
freight only. The Menalor calls ut Hun
lluenav nluru also every trip.
ise-l'assengcrs lor San Francis o take
thu train toi Hanta Monica that leaves
Loa A ngeles at 4:oo i; M., Los Anaules
Los Angeles and San Diego
Senator and Orizaba
L*mv«Santa Monte, nnd Baa Pedro for
Hun Diego, August ill), and Sept. t, 9, U,
19, 2J, It, and Oct. I.
PaaWDljen take the trula that leaves Los
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Rates of Fare Irom Los Angeles.
(Fuyable in Gold.)
To sau Francisco *15 00 SIO 00
To Port Harford 12 00 0 00
To Santa Barbara 8 10 tl 00
To Sau Diego I 60 ti 50
Plans oi steamers'cabins at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
FOB WAY POUTS.
The steamer Coustantlnc leuves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Sunday, calling at all
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Ban Diego and way ports übout every
ten days, carrying s<ocb, combustibles,
For Passage or Frelcht as •■ bove. or
tor tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply toll. McLELLAN, Local
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, over the Commercial Hank, Los
i SOUTHERN PACIFICRAILROAD
tf I* U A Ml It H.
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
On und after Monday, Pec.17th,1377, ami
uutil further notice, trains wi:i run every
day as ioilows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
Wiluiiutcton 10:35 a. m. 11:55 A. ai.
San Francisco ....1:15 P« M. 12:40 p. M.
" Aceoiu'daMou lu:3i a. M. 7:30 A.M.
Yuraa Kutftr. m. 7:00 a. m.
Wilmiugiou.... M . 3:;* i " 4:65 p. w.
Santa \na 4:00 " 6:10 "
TOWAKU LOS ANGELES:
Yuma IeSOPeM* 10:15 a.m.
Santa Ana 0:30 a. m. 8:E0 "
Wilmington 7:45 M 0:10 *
Wilmington 1:0 UP. m. 2;2tt f. if.
sau Fmnelsco 4:00 " 1:55 "
M Accom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 a. m.
Trains run daily to Yuma, connecting
Witb steamers for Aubrey, F.hrenberg
and intermediate land) ngs un tbe Colo
rado übout three times per mouth,
bleeping curs will be run dally,
T:-B«'ift will be ruu hy San Francisco
T. IL GOODMAN,
•Jen'l Pas». and Ticket Agt.
A. is.TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
fc.. X HEWITT. Ass't 8uD f t.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
15th, 1877, trains wiil run dally on
this road as follows:
H P Arrive Leave Arrive tn
Depot S X Depot S. Mulca S. Mulca
L Angi's Li. Angel's
!) 80A.M. 18:10 A. M. J |7.40 A.M. 110.30 AM.
4.40 P.M. |4:20 P.M. ||8:20 P.M. |5:40 P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
with ttie P. C. Steamship Co.'s steamers
for San Francisco and San Diego. See
their ad vertlsement.
On Sundays only, regular train will
leave Santa Monica at, 4:20 p. m., arriving
at LOS Angeles at 5:20 P. m. : reluming,
leave Lcs Angeles at 5:40 P. m., arriiving
at Santa Mouica at 0:40 P. M.
WM. J. L. MOULTON,
olltf . Ass't Sup't.
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the fullest and most exhaustive to be
found in any paper of the State, not be-
Ingsurpassed by those of tbe SanFranelsco
Will contain a complete resume ol local
happenings und all matters Ol home in
DAILY lIKUALU, l.ymuli.l year...llooo
" ■• '0 months... 500
•■ stnouths... 250
Delivered in the I lly t.
25 CENTS PER WEEK.
Weekly I year by mail.. ft »>
" 6 montbn *• 1 so
" 1 " " 100
Payable Invariably In advance
Joseph D. Lynch,
P. 0. Tonner, Plaintiff, vi. Pomona
Water Coin pany, Delciiuant.— seven- 1
icenth Dtftirlut Court,
Under nud by virtue of un exivuim
issutd oat of ihe Dlstrlci Uuurt m t'.e
Seventeen lb Judicial t >::<t i ict t.i Uid st.tlc
of Culilorula, lv uuA i,,r . t .> '
county, ;uiii to mc directed nud delivered 1
ou the 13th day ot August, A. l>. 1678, for '
a Judgment rendered in said Court, on !
the l.tih day of Atlgu-tt,, A- D. IS7S, in fa- ;
vor or f. 0. Tonner, plain till', and ft gainst '
the Pomona Water Company, defendant,
I have levied upon and ■ball OQ
MONDAY, THE litl DAY OK j
SEPTEMBER, A. I). IS7B,
At 12 o'clock M.i proceed to sell,
at tiie Court ilouso iloor, in the city
and county of Los Angeles, State of Call
t'ornia, at public auction, tor cash lv U.
s. gold com, to satisfy snld Judgment, in
terest and costs ami accruing costs, all
the right, title and luitcsL t >t Mini de
fendant, thu i'omona Water Company,
iuand to the following described real
esttite and water right, to wit:
All of that certain water rl«ht to the
use ot certain waters rising and flowing
un the Kancho de Sau Joss), Los Angeles
county, California, together with the
right of all future developments of the
wateron those certain lauds commonly
knowu as the Palomares Ctenegn, on
said Kancho sau .lose, in said couuty,as
ttie same, and described lv a certain
conveyance from the Los Angeles Immi
gration and Lund Co-operativo Associa
tion lo said defendant by deed dated
August 2:t, 1875, recorded in hook SS of
deeds, at page 371, Uecordsof Los Ange
les county, to which said deed and the
records thereof reference Is hereby made
lor a further and more particular de
Also, all the right, title and interest or
said (le/eudant in that certain water
ditch leading from said Palomares Clcu
ega to the reservoir ou tho Pomona
tract, in said county.
A.!s#, the reservoir in said true', and
all the right, tide and interest of said
* de'eudaut In said Pomona tract, being in
snld county and described as follows:
All Unit certain piece or parcel of land,
lying and being situate iv the county oi
Los Augeles, Stale or California, being a
part ol the Kancho sau Jose, and bound
ed on tbe north by lauds of Stela, O'Con
i nor, Urldger and itent.e.ist hy Arroyo de
Sau Antonio and south und west hy
t lands oi Louis Phillips.
Uiven under my hand, at Los Angeles,
t California, this 18th day of August. A. D.
IS7B. H. M. MITCHKLL, Sheriff.
. By James C. Kays, Deputy. al4td
Los Angeles Immigration aud Land Co
operative Association.— Location of
principal place of business, Los Auge
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing or the Board of Directors, held on the
SUtday of July, 1878, an asessmcnt or 8i
per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable imme
diately, in Uulted states gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the olllce of tlio company,
No. 48 Spring street, upstairs.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on Ibe3oth day of
August, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction; and,
. unless payment is made before, will be
sold on TUESDAY, the 17th day of (Sep
tember, 1878, at S o'clock p, m., to pay the
delinquent assessment, together whh
costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board ol Directors.
FHANK B. FANNING,
Olllce-Mott building, 48 Spring street,
Los Angeles, Cul.
Los Angeles, July 31, 18.'8. nl-lm
The Los Angeles Oil Company
Location of principal place of business,
Los Angeles City, Cal.—Location of
Works, Ventura County, California,
Thero are delinquent upon the
following described stock, m Ac
count of assessment (No. 4) levied on the
22d day of July, 1878, as per the several
amounts set opposite the names of the
respectlvo stockholders, as follows:
Name. Cert. Shares. Ami.
11. M. Smith Not Iss'd 250 JtW sfl
Charles Durfee gfl gQO it} 50
K. W. Noyes 28 2U8? ; ; 52 IS
And in accordance with law,
and In pursuanco with an or
l derol thoßourdof Directors, made on
tho second day of July, 1878, so
, many shares of each parcel of such stock
ns may be neressary will be sold at pub
lic auction, at the offloe of the Secretary,
No. 5 Temple Block, city of Loi Angeles,
, on the2tjth day of August, 1878, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of that day, to pay delinquent
assessments thereon, together with costs
of advertising and expenses of Kal«.
WM. J. NEttLY, Secretary,
No. 5 Temple Block.
Los Augeles. August IKb. 1878. ulo-2w
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership of Klne & Co,, lestau
rant and saloon-keepers, is this d • dis
solved. All peisons Indebted lo the
i concern wlllsetlle with Patrick Klne. :il
the old stand on San Fernando street,
opposite the new depot.
Thomas Hon A HON.
Los Angeles, August IMb. uiH-4w
MSSOLUTIOH OF CO-PARmisilpT"
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween Uelos Campbell and O,D. Wake
ly, In the livery stable business, at No.
47 Allso street, Los Angeles, is tnls duy
dissolved by mutual consent. Debtsdue
the late Urm und debts duo by said firm
will be collected or paid by either part
ner. Mr. Delos Campbell continue, the
busluess at the old sttind and Mr. G. 1).
Wt.kely, having drawn his stock out of
the old partnership, will continue the
livery stable business on Sanchez street,
iv the rear or the Pico House.
G, D. WAKBLY.
Los Angeles, August 7, 1878. aS-lw
Notice of Assessment.
CALIFORNIA. ST AH OIL WORKS
Location of Principal Place of Business,
Andrews' station, Los Angeles County,
Sun Buenaventura, Ventura Co., Cal.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Board of Directors held on the
14th day of August, 1878, an assessment
(No. 3; of $1 60 per share was levied upon
the capital slock of the corporation, pay
able immediately. In IT. S. gold coin, to
the Secretary, at the oflice oi the Compa
ny, 315 California street, Sau Francisco,
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on lhe 2tith day oi
September, 1878, will bo delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and, unless payment Is made before.will
be sold on Wednesday, the 16th day of
October, 1878, to pay delinquent assess
ment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
By order of tho Bonrd of Directors.
J, tf, TAYLOR,
_ _ Secretary,
Oflice—3ls California St., Ran Francisco,
Dissolution of Partnert^pT
The partnership ofHiaa INS, SPEEDY
«v CO., pork packers, Is dissolved. All
persons Indebted to the concern will
settle with M. S, FINN ALL, at the old
stand, No. 511 Aliso street.
D. H. SNYDER,
Los Angeles, August tl, 1878. u7-4w
Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR .STORK OK
LOUIS LEWIN & CO. ;
O. W. Child*. Plaintiff, vs. James D. J
Hullis and Joseph J Hnllln, Hefond
nnts—Seventeenth District Court.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXE
cur km isHued out of tfco District Court
ot tho .Seventeenth Judicial Diutrlct of the \
State of California, iv and for tiie county
of Lob Angelc*, snd to me directed aud de- 1
Hvered on the 16th day of Augußt, A. V. i
IH7B, for a Judgment rendered in said Court *
on the 7th day of August, A. D. 1878, in ia
vorof O. W. Chllds,plaintiff, and against 1
James |>. Hullis and Joseph J. Hullis, de- 1
rondiints. I have Rvled upon and shall 1
THURSDAY, THE 18tb DAY OF '
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 187S,
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell, at the
court house door, iv the city and county uf
Los Angeles, Htate of California, at puhhc
auction, forcash iv U, 8. gold coin, to (.atiaty
said Judgment, interest and cost., and
accruing costs, all the right, title and Inter
eatof defendant Joseph J. Hull is In and
to all those tracts of land, situate In the
county of Los Angeles, Htate of Califor
nia, described as lollows, to wit:
First—Lot No. ti of the Hlauson tract, on
the Cerritos aud Han Autonio Kanch,
according to tlio map of survey thereof
made hy John Uoldsworthy and record
ed in book 3 of Miscellaneous Records,
page MS, In the Couuty Recorder's otllce
of said county, containing 50 Wli-UW acres.
Second— 58 acres or the S V* of the SW
\\ of Section 15, In Township 2 S Range 13
W, S H M, lying east of and along the
Los Angeles and Han Pedro Hailroad,
. and leaving the residue of land In said
quarter section in as nearly as possible, a
Miuaro tract in the NW corner oi said
hinds, lying east of and iron tin g on said
! railroad, being the same tract llrstly de
scribed in a deed from J. li. Firth to Jos
. eph J. Bullls, dated May 2, 1878, and re
[ corded in Hook o2of Deeds, page 351, in
said Recorder's ottleo.
Third—All that portion of lhe SW H of
1 Section 15 In Township 2 S Range fa W
s U If, lying immediately adjoining the
; Los Angeles and Sun Pedro Uailcoad, on
the west side thereof, containing!! acres,
and being the same Iract secoudly de
scribed In the said deed from J. H. Firth
' toJo-ephJ Bulltt Above referred to.
FouiHi— That tract represented and
1 marked on a map entitled " Map of Iho
Hullis Laud," on the Sau Autonio Rnu
' ebo, Los Angeles couuty, California,
, John Uoldsworthy, Surveyor, January
17, 1877, recorded in Book 3 of Miscellan
eous Records, page 880, in said Recorder's
' olHce as "J. J. Bullls' 11,89 acres," aud iur
* ther described as follows, to wit! Com
mencing at the SW corner of Omri Bul-
UK* 48*88 aero tract, as laid down on said
- map; thence 889 degrees 15 minutes W
10.71 chains on line of railroad;
thence S 7 degrees Ut minutes F',C chains
to point iv said line; thence X lOchalns;
* theuce N 5.83 chains, to place of begln
Fifth—That Iract rommencing at NW
corner of the tract marked "Omri J. Hul
lis, 100 405-1000 acres." ou said map of the
- Bullls land last above relerred to; thence
* N lOdegrees 11 minutes W 15.07 chains;
I thence N H degrees 05 minutes H to In
[ terseetion witli the prolongation westerly
. of N line ot tract marked "H I > Hester, 20
j acres," on said map; said Hester tract
, being the laud described in a deed from
Joseph J. Bullls to H. D. Hester, dated
March 7,187ti, und recorded In Book 43 of
f Deeds, page 151, in said Recorder's oflice;
- thence s 83J4 degrees E 17.70 chains, to
, tine of Los Angeles and Sau Pedro Rail
s rond; thenco along same S 7 degrees 31
- minutes E t-> NE corner of said luti
i 4!*">-IOCO acie tract; theuce S 70 de
i giees 83 iii'imtes W 483 chains;
. thence 8 «5 degrees 9J minutes
W 10 63 chains; theuce N 88 de
grecss2 minutes W 5.00 chulns to place of
beginning, containing 02 214 acres, more
, or less, and beiug part of tract marked
on said map "Joseph J. Bullls* 88 o>4-100d
si.xlh— That tract commencing at SE
corner of said tract marked "H. D. Hes
ter, iO acres," on said map of the Buliis
laud; thence S 27.00 chains; thence S 82
f degrees 20 minutes W 22.25 chains to line
of said railroad; thence along same N 7
degrees 31 minutes W 31.20 chains;
, thence 8 83 degrees SO minutes H 2d.83
I chains to place of beginning, being tbe
tract marked on said map "Joseph J.
* Given under my hand at Los Angeles,
1 California, this 17th duy of August, A. D.
* 1878. H. M. MITCHELL,
. Hy James C. Kays, Deputy. alStd
' A. Lothian ana T. Walsh, partner* doing
l.usiuesn under Iho tirin naimi of A.
1 Lothian .V Co., Pl.lot.ffl, V*. If My B.
, Borrowea.d WUlUiu
auts-Sevc-utoenlli Di.trlot L'ourt.
' ITnder anil by virtue of a drorcfl or fore
closure of lieu and order of
" aalo entered In tho District
i Court ol lhe Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict, of tho state ot California, to and for
, tbe oounty of Los Angeles, on t tie loth day
' of August, A. D. 1878, and a writ on fore
closure of lien, eutered iv tlie aforesaid
District Court, nnnexed to said decree und
datcil the MID. day or August, A.D. IS7B. In
the above entitled case and in favor ol
A. i.othlun A Co., plaintiffs, aud against
Mary B. Borrow.Mid William Borrowe,
defendants, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seal of said
court on Iho 'Jltli day of August, A. 1).
187*.and delivend lo mo, together with
the writ annexed thereto, 4)11 lite
24th day of August, A. D. 187s, whereby I
am commanded to sell at public auction
1 to lhe highest and best bidder for cash In
U. H. gold coin, tbe following and iv said
decree described real estate, to-wit:
Being those certain lots of land, In the
town of Santa Monica, county of Los
Angeles, state of CaUßmi., described
aa follows to wit: Helng lots Z2andM,
as designated ou the map of s.n.l town,
in block 91, together wit. tho buildings
Public notice is hereby given that ou
MONDAY, THE IOWi DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock sr., I will proceed to sell
at the Court House door, In tbe cily and
county of Los Angeles, slate of Califor
nia, at public auction lo the highest
und best bidder lor oush In U. H. gold
coin, to satisfy said decreo lor principal,
interest, attorney,' fees, costs, ami all ac
ciulngcosts.all lhe abovedeacribod real
Oivenunder my band, ut the cily and
couuty of Lo. Angeles, this 2tth day ol
August, A. D. 1878.
a. M. MITCHELL,
Hy James C. Kays, Deputy. u2std
All persons having claims aaaUiat the
late firm of B. V. WILSON & CO. are
hereby notified and requested lo present
the same at once to the undersigned, ut
his residence, at Sun Marino, Los Ange
les county; nnd ail persons Indebted to
said firm are hereby notified und request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
apUtl J. DX UAItTII SIIOItB.
Per T. & It.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP^
Notice Is hereby given Hint Iho parl
nershlp heretofore existing between the
undersigned under the linn nnmo of
Aoekerblum dt (•„. has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent, and ull the
interests ol said linn have been trans
ferred to William IL Nordbol'lt, who
alone Is authorised to collect the debts
due to and pay those due by said Arm.
Loa Angeles,, California, August 21,1878.
_ . A. NOBDIIOLT.
a22-.'iw I'll. AOCKEKBLUM.
I hereby notify all parties. Interested
or otherwise, that A. J. HORN, of El
Monte, Loa Angeles county, Cal., has
duly made an assignment lo me for tiie
benefit of his creditors of all his property,
real and personal, of every nature and
kind, and tbat I have duly qualified as
such Assignee, uud that all persons in
debted to such Assignor by note, book
account or otherwise, are required to pay
tho same to me immediately; that 1 am
tho only person authorized to have and
receive said property or receipt for any
such Indebtedness; that the payment of
any debts and the delivery of any prop
erty heretofore belongiug to said As
signor, to him or to any other person for
his use,aud lhe transfer of any property
by him, la unlawful and void, and the
sume Is hereby forbidden.
And all persons having claims Bgalnst
the said Assignor are hereby request ed to
present the same, duly vetiued, to tho
undersigned, within sixty dayß fr»m
W. C. HARMAN,
El Monte,Cal., Aug. 23,1878. aB4 lm 1
Montana Meat Market.
FBCKLINQER A FRANK, flßtf
The best and tenderest Meats AjWITJ
In the market. None but the MlOsaLfc.
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Moat Market, Main Street, near
First. Los Angelas
John H.Tate, Plaintiff, Va, Thomas A.
Sanchez and Maria H, de Sandier--
Heveuieeiitb District Court.
UNDER WD HY VIBTUB OF
a dcc.cc of lureclosuio and
Order of salu entered in the
District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial Disti let of the State
of California, lv and for Los Amu-Jen
county on thu 3d day of June,
A. D. 1878, uud a wilt on
foreclosure of mortgage entered in
the aforesaid District * ourt, annexed to
said decree and dated the 17th day of
July, A. D. 1878, In the above entitled
case and In favor of John 11. Tate,
plaintiff, and against Thomas A.
Sanchez and Maria S. do Sanchez, de
fendants, a certified copy of which
said decree of foreclosure, duly
attested under the seal uf said court ou
the 17th duy or July, A. 1). 1878, and
delivered to mo, together Willi tho writ
annexed thereto, on the loth day of
July, A. D. 1878, whereby 1 am com
manded to sell at public auction, to ihe
highest and best bidder, foi cash in 11. H.
gold coin, the following and iv said de
cree described real estate, to wit:
AU tbat certain piece or parcel of lan *
situate in the city and county ot JLofl
Angeles, State of California, bouudud
and described as follows:
Lots known aud numbered as lots
number nine (t>). ten (10), eleven (11),
twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14),
Qiteen (18), sixteen (Id), twenty-one (2ij,
twenty-;wo (22), twenty-three (23), twen
ty-four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty-six
(26), twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight (28),
of block No. 2. as delineated on a certain
map now on tile in the Recorder's oflice
of Los Angeles county, and known as the
map of the Sanchez tract, and situate
near tlio Railroad Depot In said city.
Said map was made by (ieorge Hiinsen
and L. Seebold, April, 1871. Also, block
one [IL said tract, a« delineated on said
map of said city and made by ilansen
' and Seebold in April, 1871.
Public noiic" is hereby given t hat ou
SATURDAY, THE 10th DAY OK
AUGUST, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock M«, I will proceed to sell
I at I he Court House door, iv the city uud
j county of Los Augeles, State of Callfor
■ nla, at pnbllfl auction, to the highest and
, best bidder, for cash in U. S.
gold coin to satlsty said decree for prin
• clpal, Interest, attorney's fees, costs and
i and all accruing costs, all the above de
• ser.bedreal estate.
Given uuder my baud, at Los Angeles,
■ this l!)th day of July, A. D. IK7B.
1 11. M. MITCHELL,
Iy2o td Sheriff
[ The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Tuesday, the 20lh day of August, A.
! D. 1878, at the same time and place,
IL M. MITCHELL. Shcritl.
r Daled, Los Angeles, Aug. 10, 1878.
' The above sale is hereby postponed DO*
; til Tuesday tho 27th duy of Auguj-t, A. D.
1 IS7S, at the same time and place.
• IL M. MITCHELL, Sheriff,
Hy James C. Kays, Deputy.
J Dated, Los Augeles, Aug. 2d, 1878. Id
I Tho above sale is hereby post noued uu
r til Saturday, Aug. 31, A. D. IK7B, at the
; same time and place.
» 11. M.MITCHELL. Sheriff,
By J. C. Kays, Deputy.
I Doted, Los Augeles, Aug. 271h, 1878
■ THE POMONA ORCHARD COMPANY.
[ Location of principal place of bttsi-
j 1 ness, Lis Augeles, Cal.
1 There is delimiuo.it upon the following
, described stock, on account ol assess
, ment, No. 12, levied may 18th, 1878, the
several amounts set opposite tlio names
, of the respective shareholders, as fol*
» No. No.
! Name. Certificate. Shares. Ami.
', J. S. Severance... - ;.... 1 2 $110 00
[ L. M. Holt 4U I 50 00
In accordance with law and unorder
or the Board of Directors made ou the
, 13th day of May, 1878, so many t*hares of
, each pureolof said stock as may be ne
cessary will be sold at public auction, at
tho oflice of tne secretary, No. 48 Spring
street. Room 1. up-stairs, Moll's bulld
, ing, Los Angeles, Cal., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER llih,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of snld day, to pay said
. delinquent assessment thereoo, together
. with inn cost of advertising and c.xpensts
. of sale,
1 RANK B. 1 ANN ING,
Los Angeles, August 28th, 1878. a29td
: Lots for Sale!
I ON ...
; INSTALLMENT PLAN
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
! Offers the best Opportunity for delightiwl
I homesteads of any that has ever heeu alt*
► fered for sale to the public.
TIIE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Ouly suflieit nty iucll ned forgitOd drKlHagt)
THE SOIL IS EXCELLfiNI
And of such charae that it never cakes
and is neither muddy In Winter nor dn-ty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER BAN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AUViii I I.-
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and running through the en*
tire laud and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 teet wide, o en
Ing into tho Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT Or'THE LOSANUELEH AND
INDEPRNDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON TUE GROUND*.
This is really lhe West End of our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THK OCEAN,
uncontaminated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at tho elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now ceded anTt
In course of erection must sal isfy any p..r-
Jon desiriug v home (hat this la the Place
THE TERMS WILL HE MALIK EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
M*PS WILL BE FOUND
At the office of the Farmers' A M
Also, at the office of the. Main Stra
and Agricultural Park Uallroail.
O. W. CHILUa aud JOHN CI. DOWN I.l
will give ipeolal attention to those seek,
ing information. , lentist t
M A9k mO* Mm Salary, r.rm.nei Mlcrurn
gn .IllHl w.ot*U[o ..liourhu- Qrt.rt.to
\l #11ll < ""'«"- E«p«n.e» n«u. v
frt ■ Allll f'"' »*.uu»»(», K» i.
W <,tl JiSUoa. CIojIoo.1). J"