Los Angeles Herald.
Los Angeles as a Mining County.
Wu there prophetic virtue In tbe
fact that almost the first mining in
California was dove iv Los Angeles
county? Some years before the
beginning of the "New Era,"
which tv 1848 was ushereil in by
Marshall's discovery of the Sutler
Mill placers, a Frenchman, Baric
by name, was working away at
gold-bearing quartz near the Mis
aion of San Fernando. But when
tbe placer excitement commenced
no one thought of looking for min
eral wealth In this chosen county
ef the sunny south. This beauti
ful land was left for tbe farmer and
the horticulturist. Los Angeles
was never placed among the coun
ties of the great "Mother Vein,"
and was not thought of as related
to the silver-bearing mountains ol
Inyo, although tbe mountains near
the southern comer of tne county
have been considered by geologists
ac belonging to the Sierra Nevada
range. About IS6I, wheu Ihe Geo
logical Survey explored the coun
ty, copper and silver ore were
brought them from the San Gabriel
Mountains. The ore was found iv
oreiaceom foimalion, and the Sur
rey decided that the deposits couhi
not prove profitable. The Survey
reported, also, some gold-washings
la the same mountains, but nol
enough to excite attention. When
the explorers ascended the peaks
and viewed Ihe ranges to the soul li,
they pronounced them wild, chap
parel-covered and little known, and
added tbat no indications of metal
liferous ons were observed iv the
Santa Ana Mountains.
In tbe Temescal range, Just over
tbe boundary of ihe county, tin has
been discovered, ore that has as
sayed as high as sixty per Cent, ol
the metal; but nothing in.scnine ol
It, and a very recent writer says:
"Tbe tunnels and shatts are all full
of water, and everything looks
quite as dilapidated as Rip Van
Winkle's old gun." Later, coal
was discovered near the Saula Ana
river. Neither did this atlraci
mach attention, and of one of the
"locations," a gentleman who vis
Ited Ihe place in 157J, and pub
lished his report as late as 1877, says
tersely: "The whole thing Is
worthless." Of over 1 300 speci
mens sent to Ihe Paris Exposition,
Los Angeles county claims but two,
and neither i>ne of these is charac
teristic, one being a copper •'ml the
other a quieksvlver ore.
Visitors who have passed through
the county In midsummer—whe
have felt the warm sun anil genial
breeze of its semi-tropic climate,
and f-asted the lE-lhelio eye am)
the more substantial inner man
among the green groves of the or
ange and lemon—remember the
county as a land literally "flowing
in milk and honey," where the
wheat and the corn and the tropic
al fruits grow side by side, even at
tbe feet of the snow-capped peaks
But no one has ever thought or
spoken of Los Angeles as a min
There lies on tbe desk before us a
box of minerals from the Silverado
region in Ihe southeastern part or
Los Angeles county. There are
twelve specimers. One professes
to bea tin ore; another is coal; an
other Is a brilliantsulpliuret from a
gold mine, ami the remainder are
supposed to be ores of silver. None
of these have been assayed, bu!
they remind us that others like
them and from the same place
have been put to tho test and m t
found wanting. They remind a
that hundreds and thousands < r
miners have been rustling to this
new mining country within Ihe
last moot h or two; that numberless
claims have been staked oul; that
ores have been extracted, and even
shipped lo San Francisco; that
opinions of experts have been
sought and given; that develop
ments have been made sufficient to
warrant a call for a mill—a call,
too, that has not gone unanswered,
and that the permanence of the
mines has been assured so as to re
vive trade in the neighboring
towns and make a considerable
market for the other class of pro
ducts of the county, drawing sup
plies from Anaheim if not from Los
Notwithstanding tbe verdict of
Ihe visitor of 1872, Lns Angeles
coal has become a product of no
little Importance. It has nol be
come widely known, a«yet, nor are
sufficient facts at hand to warrant
• final judgment of it. But
this much is certain; considereb'e
capital lias found its way into the
mines and quite large shipments of
Coal have been made.
Besides the Siiveradodistrictand
the Black Star coal mines, another
part of the country now c aims no
tice for lis mineral deposits. But
a week or so ago the disoovery of
Very large tracts of graphite was
reported almost simultaneously
with a similar report from Shasta
county. The exact location we be
lieve is not general y kn»wn. If
the beds are of good quality and in
fsr*n«l<ler-h'e onanMly, they will in
time prove valuable.'
trie Uave aecli no account of the
discovery of tbe Silverailo mines.
Such an account would be veiy
welcome now. But we have no
doubt tbat the fast increasing de
velopment may be laid at the door
of the hard times that have driven
many sensible men fresh from the
oveicrowdeit cities, to Seek Wages
by prospecting or by working per
eistently aud tconurnicaily old
abandoned claims. Such out
growth- from lb- hard times have
been noticed in m In-r counties. A
revival in Nevada county may be
Instanced, and the discovery and
opening up of mining districts In
other parts of California and in
Nevada, may with show of reason
be ascribed lo this oausc. Bui
wherever the ciedlt lies, the good
has been done, anil L >s Angeles is
henceforth llsled na a mini- g coun
ty.—Mining and Scientific Press,
The Subscription List of the Home
Industrial Aid Association.
Ia order to show who aympathi
ae in tbe movements of this excel
lent Institution, I publish, with due
respect, the names of the generous
and public spirited citizens who
assisted la IU initiation and the
number of shares taken by each:
Hon. Prudent Beaudry, 60
abares; A M Lawreuca, SO;
A M Severance, SO; R Nadeau, 60;
C W Gibson, 50; Edward Leake, 26;
Coulter A Harper, 20: Don Jose
Rubin, 15; Hon. F A MacD lugall,
10; Hamtnel & Denker. 20; Hon. J
A Morenbaut, 20; J W Stump, 20;
A Rorlck, 10;; Page & Gravel, 10;
Lips, Cralgue & Co., 10; Col I R
Dunkelberger, 10; S B Caswell, 10;
Hon. B L Peel, 10; Oenerl John
Mansfield, 10; M P Graves, 10; L
M Holt, 10; Hon. BC Whiting, 10;
Wm U Stout, 10; Dave WalUrou,
10; Hon JS Thompson, 10; Aaron
Smith, 10; John Gnldsworthy, 20;
E Naud, 20; J H Seymour, 5; H T
Hazard, 5; Dotter <fc Bradley, 5; H
X W Bent, 5; Wm Hammond, S;
Phil HlrschHeld, 5; Bryant.How
ard, 6; T C Severance, 0; W L Bun
mug, 6; Henry Campbell. 5; II
Burdick, 6; E M Sanford, 5; Duns
more Brothers, 6; 11 H Kimball,s;
Wm B Lawlor, 5; 11 Bell, Esq.. 5;
Chas W Davis, 5; J 11 Butler, 5;
W ABrophy, 5; Major Henry llau
cock, 6; Henry Dockweiler 6; X
P Ramirez, 5; L Labor/, 8; AH
Rogers, 5; George R Butler, 5; John
Shafler, 6; D Mahoncy, 5; besides
about sixty others who have taken
ftom one lo three shares each.
It will bo seen tbat poalio spirit
in Ibis community is not conlined
(o one particular c'ass, but per
vades all alike. These gentlemen
are shrewd and far-sighted, and
appreciating the prinoipleof mu
tual beneUtami eo-operatitm whloli
form* tbe chief factor iv the work
of tbe Association, they know that
a movement tending to promote
Industry and give employment to
others, cannot fail to bring busi
ness to themselves. Surely a soci
ety which has ihe endorsement
and favor of so many of our best
citizens should need r.o other rec
W. H. J. Brooks, Pre.'t.
oet 18 Iw.
The Teachers' Institute of Los Angelaa
Q/iumy alii meet at
In the City ol Loa Angelea,
MONDAY, Nov. 4tb, and coutiuue
In session live days.
rfo'i. &, s. Carr, Husatiatettdsnt of
Public luatructmu, Prof. A. L. Mann,
city Hupeti"leadens Hoboal> ( s>n Fran
ci co. Proi. fi, B. Noi uu, of the Si sit
v,.nnal school, Mrs. Jasaaaj 0.
D pn.; i-Uijerintcudtfiit Public Instruc
tion, and J. c. Wldney, M. 1)., have b#*tn
iuviied and wJt4 expec ed to uasist in the
work of the innUiutH.
i be attention ot employed In
the Puoi :c Schools lv i he euutity I a c tiled
to Sec. lo'.tt o: Kosfienool Law, which re
quin-a thera to atteud ihn EoafcttHtS
participate lv its prooasdlng
Ail teacher*, IQtioo] oflesrl and per
"oni intercsteu in the cau»e ot'education
arelnvKed to be unnnt
vv. p. Mcdonald,
County Superintendent .school*.
Loa Oct. 10. H7B. olltd
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
Los Angeles Distillery
I.N* QOOD O'JDI-.lt AND READY FOR
The ..Dove eroperty WILL BH RSNI ED
on Ret- on iiile Terras, .or
"\V ILL II B 6 OLD
For OKB-QUAIt rBB Us ACTUAL COHT.
For terms st-i iy to
ROWAN &. WILLIAM 3,
oSOm 71 DOWN ET BLOCIT.
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented Aug.iat 7'h, 1n77,
avoid* many uMectlona t'omd In other
dryers. It la rapid In Its work, very eco
nomical, driea different nrticlea Si Ihe
stra- time, v-ill noL damage (rmt by
uvcrhearlng at d Indlca ' can
mauHge it. Haa alwaya tfiven
1> H I C X,
FROM 376 TO S6OO.
For oireolars or lnformition, address
GEO. H. PICK, Agent,
aw 11 Mont", Cai.
n. DE WELL. T. B. RKYNOLDS.
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DBWBLL A REYNOLDS. ,
Nia. 10j and 107 MAIN BTKEET.
All kinds of HAtTIJNO. MOVtKO
PURDI' l;Ri, PIANOS,HArCS, elc ,on
sft-ff Hec otiiry.
CI G A 12 !S !
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAR BOW BE POUWD AT
rro. c spring st„
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Buco Krpm.r manufaclure* HA
VAN \ TOBACCO Int.. clgarao' approved
brHn.U. He vi o donls In nil lino, ol
Smokera' Articles, ulveliira aouil.
Called fur and delivered to any pari
of Tbe city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Order* oan he left at the rxyjh'ttor**
Mr. Ham Hrllm>-rj. Spiff W*. olHtf
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
famish awato*atire with nono but
11 >mpfAmo§ Masts, Sausages, lleud-Cheeap,
P*V -a-.fall kind*. Ham, Hacon, Poultry,
-X *, Cbsese and Butter, shop open
tft'u hs, k. n> Hj p m. Meats delivered
i to alt parti of i be city free «24
Montana Meat Market.
FMUM ER* FRANK, MPSf
Tbe Mtt and tendereat MnrnJAT
Id the market. None but tbe fltMam
Prlmast Beef and Mutter)
•ver to be foand. Note the addraae Mnn-
Uo> Meat Mark-el. Mala Street, near
CORNER MAIN XT. AND THE PLAZA 1
Francisco Pico, Prop'r. ■
Thin wfii known and popular hotal—
\>y oommou couMfiit ib« Uat appointed
and most jniuriouk In t-onlberu Califor
nia—tuui iUSt MM
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single and en auite. Tbe
ruiHtne l* unsurpassed ou 11 COSS&
Lveiy deluli (1 tbe tervlce, apartments
K.IWT CLASH iS KVKfiV .iESiT.CT.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requcna Sts.
Thia hotel takes In an entire block,
front lul feet on iiequena street, 100ou
Muln and It feet on Lua Angelea street.
Are -Mr,, mi 4 nil contain Spring Beds,
wtlh tne laUat luiproveuieuta.
Is supplied with tbe beat the market
RATES MODERAT lE.
A Free Omnibus la attached to the ho
tel, «nd baggage la conveyed gralU lo
and from lU*. depot.
Uie Uulied State* Hotel ta centrally
located, oppo-ite ibe court Home, Aud is
near toe Poa; office and Land I 'fflce.
Call and see un. You will receive good
treatment. 11KNMV HAMMtL,
A. H. DENKEH.
LOsl ANGELES, CAI*,
S. VV. CRAICUE & CO..
The Hi. Char oa la located lv the busi
nesa centra ol the city, And la the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel in Southern Cainoiuia.
Free to the houao.
oarWeatern Union Telegraph in Hctel
Jlojave Junction, Cai.
rpHlg ROUSE IS NOW PKPAKED M
A. |o receive It, tinmerum patronaJiiiiß.
aod tile traveling puljlio In general. Hi
ing entlrelv new und splendidly lur
iilshed, it aflbrds superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to cone In Southern California
int. BAH Is supplied win, the cboluest
brands ot wines, liquors and olgar*.
An elegaul BILLIARD ROOM la also
attacned to the house,
i All trains stop here tor breakfast an I
supper, it is the point ot departure lor
the celebrated luyo oounty nilnea, vis.—
Darwin, '~one Pine, Corro liordo and Pan
: anilnt. ThoorJloeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is nt this hotel, The patronage of c
traveling pabile Is respectfully solicit**!.
WATTUISWs A BOVD.
1 fe94-tf Proprietors.
SIERRA HADRIS VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
land* of ihe Sierra Mudre Mountain*.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Command--a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San <3a
, brlel orauge groves; In four lullda from
rallroiid and telegraph Ntaf ion; houae en
tirely new, lighted by gas, aud contain*
all modern conveniences.
For particulars Hddieea proprietor, P. O.
■ Box IUI. Loa Angelea
RESTAURANT DE PARIS,
Oppoaite tbe Floo House.
A. CUTAS MANAGER.
MEALSatfiOct'.ora 1a carte,
ft i: \ ro- oi* for 'utni 1"" -«n
Americau an« Krenuh atyle.
Has been found a ramedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPKreI A and »ER-
It Is sovereign In its ciXeaer fur
iV'edicinal & Family Purposes.
Ths Medical raeuliy concur la tlie
Judgment l hat it in
A PURE f-TIMCLANT AND TONIC
AND THE CONQUEROR OK
None s.milne unlets Inhaled with Hie
signalure of O. bIMMONDn, Mile Pro
prietor, over the coik.
PRSUS3 & SCKUMACHER.
'JOLK AORifB FO» LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY.
Who will supply the trail, at the same
price Slid terms that His goods can be
had from the proprietor, in San rran
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
ULUUK INSURANCE COMPANY,
A. I A OF HaRIFORU,
UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN
GERMAN AMERICAN OF NEW YORK,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND BOINBUBGII.
Combined Capital aad Assets,
Policies lssustl direct by the under
signed. W- J BRODRICK.
Odlco-BJi COMMERCIAL ST. slltf
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
Apply to MACLAY * MOFTITT, Han
F ando, JUDOS WIDNF.Y, or COL.
X. K. HEWITT, Lo»|Aog«l«». s3-Hm
LINES OF TRAVEL.
OOODALL. PERKINS Jt CO., AGENTS,
San Francisoo and Los
Angeles Express Lino.
Coming S mil* Oolnr; North
if i! i\ §t
•» 3* P'» ir*
PJJ ta a o 3
Orizaba.... Oct. * Oot. 4 Oct. C Oat. P
Senator.-. '< 7 •' I •• n '• 18
Orizaba.... '• 1. •' It " U " If
.seuaioi •' 11 " It " ii " *•
Oitzalw... « 2 " i 4 " » " 28
i-e mior " 27 " M " al Nov. 2
oilzaba... Nov. l Not. S Nov. r> •• 1
Bolh steamships call at Tort Ilannnl
(SauLiilsOblspo).nd batlta Barbara; also,
on Uuwu trip, ut Auauelin Landing loi
freight only. _ . .
swrPasseiisers ror wan Francis o take
the Iralu lot Wtiiuh.gtou that leaves
i os Augeles at l:M P. M., Los Angeles
Los Angeles and San Diego
Senatir and Orizaba
Leave San Pedro for San Diego Oct. 4,0,
14, IV, 24, £8, and Kov. 3.
PassenEcrs take the train that leaves Loi
Angeles ror Wilmington at 10 SO a. m„
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Parable In Gold.)
To Hob s raneisco lid 00 »l« 00
iv Port Harford 12 00 0 00
To Santa Larbura 8 10 I 00
To ban Diego „ „ ?oo 6 <i 0
Plnus ofateamera'cahlns at agent'soffics,
va.ru berths m»y be scoured.
■"OR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Coos tan tins leaves San
iluenaventura for San FraneUoo every
rrlday, and Ibe suamer Los Aogeie.
every 'iuesday, calling at. wuy pons.
V re'gul steamers leave ban Francisco
tor Ban Diego and way ports aboui every
ten days, currying S'Ook, combustibles,
F..r Passage or Freight aa » bove, or
tor tickets to and fioni
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply 1011. McLELLAN, Local
Ageut, Ottloe, No. 6bj Main street,
over tbe Commercial Bank, Los
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
tl X E A M E H H.
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Timo
On and after Monday, Ui c.l7th.lST7. and
until turtlier nOtiOfl, trains will ruu every
day as follows:
LEAVE LOH ANGELES:
Foa— Aitiuv c
Wlinilngton iv:36 a. m. Unit a. m.
.San Srauelsco J ...llio Y. H. 12:4UF. M.
" Accomodation !(■::.;, A. at. 7:110 A.M.
Yuma _ i:ia v. ». 7:00 a. m
Wilmington...... 3:30 " 4:oo I". M.
SantuAna, 4:00 " 6:10 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma eiDOp. ¥. 10:15 A.M.
Santa Alia Hutu a. M. 8:150 "
Wllmin«ton_ _ 7:45 •• »:10 "
Wilm ngUin.- - l:0o r. x. SiStl r. m
■an i iauc!sco....„._. 4MO " I:6* "
" Aocom'dation 4:30 " 11:56 a. m
Trains run dally to V uma, connecting
with steamers for Aubrey, fthrenbsrg
and lidermediate luudi ngs on the Colo
rudo about three limes per month
sleeping ear. will be run daily.
Tra'i. will be run by hau Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
.ien'l Pasa. anil Ticket Act.
A. iN. TOWNE, Geu'l Sup't,
ii. E. HEWITT. Ass't touD't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. OCT.
Ist, Is;-. Lrains will run daily on
this road as follows:
■ ? Arrive l,aave Arrive In
Depot S P Depot S. Mnlon S. Mnlcu
I, UurlN ■■■ AMg'd'H
UKIA.M SI4SA.V. .741' A.M. ,10 80AM
4.2U P.M.l»:2j P. M.Jj3:i6 F.M. |6:.0 P.M.
On Surdavs only, reiuiar train will
leave banta Mouicu at .: J c. m , arriving
al Lo, - ngcles at 6:.v h m : ie:un.ing.
leave ios Angen sal o:4u v m , arrivl.g
attiania MouicualU::o I' a.
A. N. TOWNE. T. H. GOODM AN.
Oeu'ltiupt. Gei.'l Pas'g Ag't.
E. E. HRWIIT,
ol4tf Acting A.st Sup't.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OK LOUIS FIRMAN,
Notice Is hereby given by the under,
signed, administrator of ilia eslat. of
Louis Miman. deceased, lo the cred
itors of and all peisons having clsim'
sgainst thesuld deceuscd.toexhlbP them ,
wilb Hie neressary vouchers, wjiiiln 100 I
neatus alter the first publication of this
nonce, to ihe said administrator al bis
home. Infc.l Monte, I. s At geies county
or al the oftTe of his attorney, M. L.
Wicks, T.mple Bloos, L >s Angeles ely,
in ihe county of Los Angelos.
t. W GIBSON,
Administrator of the estate of Louis Fir*
Daltd ticiober the Oth, 1873.
Notico to Creditors.
ESTATE OF PABLO PRYOIt, Deoeaied.
Notico s hereby given by tlie under
signed, admlmsliutor of the es
,ule of Pablo Prynr, deceased,
lo tho cndilois ef and all persons
having claim, attainm 1 lie .a d deceased,
to exhibit, them with the necessary
vouchers within leu months alter lln
drst publication of this noiice, io the said
Adnilulslraior. at San Juan Capl.trano,
In the county of Los Angeles.
R. KG A N.
Administrator of tho esluto of Pablo
Dated Ijo* A Lgelus, October 11, Is' 7.
By ths Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Awaociallon, the best Orange and Metol.
Troploal KruP Land In the Htat». Watef
rial 111 goes with ihe land Apply to iho
offleeof P. B.aurirv, No. 81 New High St.
aplttf F. W. WOOD, Hecntary. "
IN the District Court of the Seventh).lb
■ Judicial District of the Slate of Cultfor
uiu.ln und for the county of Los Angeles.
Dona Junes, us Executrix of Jobu
Join a, deceased. Plaintiff, vs. F. P. F.
Un pie et ul,Defendants.
AcU in bruugut iv tho District Court ol
the Seventeenth Judicial District of tbe
Stale ot California, lv und for the County
of Los Angeles, aud the Complaint hied
in said Lounty ol Los Angeles, iv the
olllce of the clerk of «aid District Court.
The People oi lb- State of Calllomla,
•«J4U ttieviUu til 4 tf t it iuiile, D *ree
imii and h. Fftpemc, Assignees oi FA**
temple, J P JNe*inark aud Isaac Light*
.et, partners doing business as J P N«w
mark. Co, Ulius J Baldwin, Tbe Mutual
and Company, a corporation. Mary L
Mcclellau, burab Francis McUeiian,
James K. Mctlflian and Anna MoUel
uu, iiiiiioia, John M Thompson, Kuurul
in oi said minors, X lieimalu und ti fl
..ii' i.i. partners doing business as
iv Geriuulii A, Co, Henry North, Charle>
i tills, Hiram J M Urilliili and
•> J Lyuuu, partners doing business a&
Jiln.th, Lynch A Co. Benjamin V
, Uompson, John i. Hnmlres, Kern Vai
y bauk, k corporation, Louis Fhelfleu
jeryt'i - aiid C N Noltk, uoiug business kl
r*belfleobeiver«ft 00| Thomas ii bard.L
.iluuiahtr. Arendia b de butter, X b
Juker, li .Sit Ibei, Godfrey HarsHl., Joliu
..eivur, X P 'Xouikioc-on, t'eter Laland,
ilexauder Weill, bianclsco Lopez,
. J Wuston, W W Jouklns. M b
.athatu, Cleuigo A Temple, Los Angeles
.'ounty Bank, a coipoiatlon, Joseph
now, 8 A Hiudall, Ut-oige Luudre,
.e«»-ge Lynch and John part
i rs aoiug bu-lness a- Lynch A Lrring
<u, L L.eo>uau, N X ttolmun, iicni\
kamiltOD, Win McKee, t> W Koli, .
>'JN*al. Wm • niiiii. m W do Sabiobi, E
.uutou, i\L>es A Serrano, a bullock,
lOlltik Allen, Hoaa B Oiay, F P * Tern
It und Uuorg.i U mh I ■ v, trustees of itoas
lUray.L i» Whiuenioie. v b, ixmg, As
lanee In Bkuitrupiox uf FP F Temple.
You are hereby requirod to appear in
un action brought agtdust you by the
above named Plain Ufl lv the 1 .strict
Court ol the Seventeenth Judicial Dia
trici of the Slate oJ California, in aud for
tne County ol Los Angeles, and to an
awertne complaint filed therein, within
ten days (exclusive of ihe day ol servl;o)
aftei the service on you of this summons
—if served witblu this county; or ,11 served
out of this county, but tn this District,
within twenty duys; otherwise, witn
iu forty days —or judgment by do
iauit will be taken aga-iust you accord
iug lo the prayer of said complaint.
The said acilon is brought to obtain
a decree of tils court for me ioreolosure
<% certain mortgage descs#>ed in the said
complaint, and executed by the said
defendant, VP F iemple, ou the 28th of
AuaUat, A D 167j, to secure the payment
ot a certain pioinissury note, lv words
aud figures us follews, viz:
|U t lil.Mi
Loa ANGELKH, August 28th, 1875.
On or bifoie one year after date, lor
vaiue i?coived, 1 promls - to pay lo John
lone* or to blsoruer, thesum of elghtesn
thousand oiio hundied and twenty-OLe
Sd luti dollors, In gold coin of the Uovern
uieut ol ihe L'niLed Stales, wiih interest
Lliereou in like gold coin, frem date un
til paid, ut tbe rate of one percent, per
monih, said Inttrtist to bo paid monthly,
and if not BO paid then le he added to
i tie principal-sum ami boar like rate of
■ merest. F. P. F. TKMft*LE.
f which nole tlie said Doria Jones, as
executilx of John Jouhh, deoeased, Is now
the hgal holder and owner; infit iho
premises conveyed by said
oe sold, aud the proceeds applied to the
payment oi said sum of Sis.Li.■ ■>,, mlth
interest as slated in complaint, live per
cent, ou amount due on said :i*
attorneys' fees, all payable lv Us go lid
coin, and costs of suit; nnd in case
such proceeds are noL sufficient to ptny
the- same, then to obtain an execu<
i luti axuinst said F P F Temptjt!
for the balance remaining; due; and also
that tbe said defendants and all person*
claiming by, through or under
them, or any oi them, may
bo barred and fartcloaed of all right, ti
tle, claim, lien, equity of redemptiou aud
interest in and (o said mortgaged prem
ises, and forother and furt her relief.
Reference Is had to complaint for partic
Aud you are hereby notified that If you
fail louppettrund answer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the said complaint.
Uiven under my hand and the seal of
Lhe DistricL Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District ol the State of Ca Horn fa,
In and lor tbe county of l<os Angeles, this
Utb day of September, In the yearofour
Lord,one thousand eight hundred aud
A. w. POTTS.
Bf O.U!FFIN JoHNsTuN, Deputy Clerk.
TIluM A UOSS, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Duncan McArthur, Pialniiu", vs. Robert
Porrli et al,, Defendanta.—tie yon total h
Under and by virtue of an execution Is
sued out of tbe District Court of tbe
Seventeenth Judicial District of theutute
of California, in and lor the county or
Los Angeles, aud to me directed aud de
livered on the 2ttth day oi August, A. D.
l'7-s, for a Judgment rendered In said
Court on the 2a tluy of April, A. D. 1878,
in favor of Robert f arris and J, N. V ie ii -
ers, defendanis, and agalusl Duncan Mo-
Arthur, plaintiff, 1 have lovied upou and
MONDAY, THE lllli DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock: M., proceed to soil,
at the Court House door, in the city and
couutyol Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction, to tbe high
est und but biduer, for cash in U. s.
fold coin, to satisfy said execution for
Judgement »nd costs aud all accruing
rtoate, all the right, title and Interest of
aid plaintiff, Duncan McArthur, in and
to the following described real estate, to
Ibe N \V % of Section 25, Township 2
South Range M West, San Bernardino
Meridian, situate in the county of Los
Angelea, state oi California.
Given under my hand at ihe city and
eouul ot I.os Angeles, State of Califor
nia, this lath day of October, A. D.
lt7B. H. M. MiWUELL,
By James C. Kays, Deputy. o22td
LOS ANGELES OIL COMPANY.
Location of principal place of business,
Ix>s Anpeles, California.—Location of
wurka, Ventura count}*, California.
Notico is hereby given that at a
moellng of tbe Board of Direc
tors of this Company held on
the *8d day ot September, 1878. an as
sessment (No. 6) of twenty-five cents per
share was levied upon the oup
itai stock oi the company, payable im
mediately. In U. S. gold coin, to the Sen
r* t »ry, at bis office. No. 5 Temple Block,
city oi L<>a Angeles.
Any stock upon which this assessment
remains outlaid on tbe 28th day of Oo
■ober, 1878, "will be delinqii' nt. aud ad
vertised lor sale at public auctiou,and,
unless paid be ore will be sold on the'
IBih day of November, 1878, to pay the
oelloquen' at w enl, together with
CUstl of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order or tlie Hoard of Directors.
WM. J. NEELY,Secretary.
No, 5 Temple Block, Loa Angeles,Cai.
Los Ai>' September 24.18 8. s36ld
Owe a San Francisco Petroleum Co.)
22 Montgomery St.,Sau r-raueisco. /
Persons holding any claim or indebt
edness against tbe übovc-uamad ooiupa
ny are r< que-t> d to forward them to this
office for puyment. No blltwlil be acted
upon unU'ss certified to be ' orreot by It.
C. Mce'lu-rion. Superintendent.
By order of toe Hoard ol Directors.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF HENKY CARTEUY, DE
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN BY
the undersigned, Administrator of
tne estste of Henry Cartery,deceaaed, to
the creditors ot, and all persona having
claimsagnln*it the a»fd deceaaed,to exhib
it tin in,with the necessary vouchers.wlth
lu four months after the first, publication
ofthls notice, to the said Administrator,
at theoftlcoof m. Haley, attorney at law,
[loom No. 8, Downey blook fup-atairsj,
Los Angeles city and county.
Administrator nf tne Estate of ifeniy
Carte* y. deceaaed.
Ln* Anueles, Oct 8.1P73. oO 4w
All persons having claims against the
late firm of H. D. WII SON A CO. are
hereby notified and reqtieafed to present
the same at once to the undersigned, at
bla residence, at Sun Marino, Ixim Ange
la-county ;n nd til 1 indebted to
said firm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17tb, 1878.
aplßtf J. DE BARTH SHORB.
Joseph Wan ico, plaintiff vs. H w.
Quires, de.eudiun-Hevejf.eniitU Dis
Undc: and by virtue of a<i •• M>i tara*
osnir aiid o.werot sat.i eiiMhU IU the
usuiei Court oi Lua&tn i-utfciuii Judicial
he county of Loa Angelas, on ihu ijmi day
f August.a.D.iSTs.au.i v wntou fore doe
re oi mortgage,entered iv the aforesaid
Mstrictcim, annexed tosuid ueuree auu
ated the b\ti d«v 0 i Oeloher. a. D. ISTK, in
be above emit led case and In favor oi
oseuh Wallace, plaintiff, and ugalnst
V NV I *, c;t l ull ' tf *. deieuuaut, a cerilfiea copy
l whlcb said decree of foreclosure, duly
tlested under the seal of said
ourt on ihu 6Lh day of October, A. D.
btH, and delivered to me on ihesatue day,
ogeth.r wiih tho writ, annexed thereto,
/heixt.y l juii coiumandt<l toseil at pub
ic aUCUou tolhobigbest and best bidder
or cash lv U 8. gold coin, the following
ud in Bald decree described real estate,
Tbut Qartala real estate slluated in tho
.ounty ol Cos Au*©lea, stale of Caiifor
ua, ana mora pmiicularly described as
ollows, to wit; Beginning at % cotton
voodtieeou the ditch at, Uie coruor of
satban * (etcher's laud, aud runolpu
lorth up said ditch forty-eight (48) rods;
hence east parallel with ti.e Anaheim
oad.lfiy-six (6ti)icds; thence south Oily -
ieven (67) rods tothenorth llneoi Nathan
<letchcr's Jnnd; thence west slung said
me to the placeof beginning, cm tuia lug
ughtceii u»j acres of land, being tbe
<aino land conveyed to K. W. Squirea b>
rleury Wut ou by deed of date April SOth,
8.6, and also lots No. (3) throe aud ill
ilx, in block ( 5), five of the town ol sauia
\ua as survejeii by Ueuree Wngbt, map
ecorded in book 2, page 61, -niseeltane
>us records of Los Angeles county; aud
ots No. Thlny-fcn.ven (37),0f Birches'* ad
iitlou to ihe town of s.tuta Ana as re
;orded in book No Ji.pag ■ Ufl, ailst eilaue
jus records, and No. sixteen <10i, block
B," ot the town of OrUvt, at pr map
■ecorded iv book 2, page OiO, mii-celluue
Public notice la hereby glvon that ou
MONDAY, THK 28LU DAY OF
OCTOBER, A. X>. 187S,
At II o'clock m., t Will proceed to sell ut
-he Court House door, in the city huU
;ouuty of Los Angeles, s ate ot Callfor
□ la, at public auction to tho high**MLaud
seat bidder for cash in gold coiuol the
United stutes to satisfy said de ree lor
principal, Interest, attorney's fees, coats,
md ail accruing costs, all the above ue
icribed real o.^lute.
Q veil under my hand, at the city and
:uunty of Loi Angeles, S ate of calUor
jH, this stti day of October, A. D. lH7a.
D. Al. MITCHELL,
By .1. ('. Kays, Deputy. pgt I
IN THjS DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Seventeenth Judicial Dlsirictof tin
4tate of California, in and fur the
;ounty of Los Angeles.
A. Lothian andT. Walsh, partners un
ter the firm name of A. <& Co ,
Plalutitls, against H.J.Wood ano the
Southern District Afcricuituiui .Society, a
Action brought in tho District Court ot
:he Seventeenth Judicial Dintrict of the
Stateof California,in aud fur tho coiiuty
>f Los Angeles, and the complaint died lv
mid county of Los Angeles, In the office
ji ihe Clerk of said District Court.
Tbe people of Lhe suite of California
«end greeting to H. J. Wood and ihe
Southern District Agricultural Society, a
You are hereby required to appear In an
action brought agamst you by the above
named Plaiutifts in the District Court oi
the Seventeenth Judicial District oi the
State of California, in and for the County
uf Ixjs Angeles, and to answer the com
plaint hied therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of tbe day of servioe) alter the
service on you of this summons—if served
within this County; or, If served out
of this Couuty, but in this District, wlthiu
twenty days; otherwise, within forty days
—or Judgment by default will be takun
against you, according to the prayer ol
The said action is brought to obtain n
decree from this Court for the foreclosuie
of a certain mechanic's lion desci lbod in
the said complaint and filed by the said
plaintiffs in Uie office of the County He*
corderol said county on the 2uin day ol
June, A. D. 1878, to secure the payment
of an account for materials furnished loi
the construction of the Lulidlug de
scribed In said it-in . belonging to
lendant H J. Wood.sa'.d claim amount
ing ios4ul 40,g01d coin; that the prem
ises covered by said Hen may to sold,
and tbe proceeds applied to the payment
of the costs of this suit, 8I0 1 ' uilorn, ys'
fees,BB (the cost* of filing and recording
said : i«ii; and the bulanco due on Bald
account, amounting to the sum ol till 4■>,
and costs of suit; and in case such pro
ceeds are not sufficient to uay the same,
then to obtain an execution against said
H.J. Wood for the balance renii'tnlng
due, and also that the said defendant.-,
and all peraonsclHimiug by, through or
under them, or either of them, may be
barred and foreclosed nf all right, title,
claim, lien, equity of redemption and
Interest iv and <o said mortgaged prem
ises, and for othi rand further rellei.
Reference is had lo complaint loi pai
And you are hereby notified that If yon
fad to appear and answer tlie said com
plaint as above required,the said plalutnts
will apply to tbe Court lor the relief de
manded in the said complaint.
01 yon under my hand HUd tbe seal el
the District Court of the Seventeen; h
Judicial Dlstrlclof the Stuto or California,
in aud for the county of Loa Angeles,
this first day 01 Oeloher, In the year ot
our Lord one thousand eight hundred ano
[soalT] a. w. potts. Clark,
By A.HIMPAU, Deputy Clerk.
BaiclayA Wilson, PialuiiflV Attorneys.
San Francisco Petroleum Company.
Location of principal placo of business,
Nan Kranclseo, California; Location of
worka, San Fernando Petroleum Min
ing District, Los Angeles Co., Cai.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
Ing of the Boaid of Directors,held on tne
stndayof October. 18"8, an assessment
(No. 4) of thlny cents per share was cv
led upon t he capita] stock of the corpora
tion, payable immediately, In United
states gold ooln, to the Secretary, nt the
office of the company, 22 Muuigomeiy
street,Kan Francisco, Cai.
Any slock upon which this assess
ment shall remain unpaid ou the IBf>b
day of November, 1878, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction; and, unless payment is made
before, will bo sold on Thursday, tho 6th
dsy ot December, 1878, to pay the delin
quent adst-ssrnent, together wli h costs of
advertising und expenses of sale.
By order o: the Board of Directors.
WENDELL EA -TON,
Office —22 Montgomery street, s-n
ranetseo. California. oc8:d
BLUK LIGHT MINING COMPANY.-
Location of works, Santa ltosa Mining
Disrrict. Loa Angelea county, Cai.—Lo
cation of principal place of buslneba,
Los Angeles, Cai.
Notice la herehy given that at a meet
ing of the Directors, held on the twenty
third i.2Bdj day of September, 1878 an hn
seß&raent, No. on*(l), of thli ty-Qve (36;
cents per share was levied on the capital
stock of tho corporation, payable imme
diately In United States gold coin to tbe
Secretary, at his office. No. utty-flve (05)
Main stieet, Los Angeles city, Cai.
Any stock upon which this assessment
ahall remain uupald on Saturday, ibe 2<J
day oi November, lg7B,will be delinquent
and advertised for sal* at i üblo auoLlon.
and, unless payment Is made before, will
bo sold on Mondar, tho sixteenth llftn)
day of December, 1878. to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costs ot
advertising and expenses of Hale.
J. i). DUN LAP, secretary.
Office—No. 65 Main sLreet, Los Auueles,
Pomona Orchard Company.—Location
of principal place of business, Los
Notice is horebv given that at a meeting
of the Board ot hlrectors, held on I h»* 27th
of t»eptember,l67B,uu asses-ment of thirty
dollurs IftSU] MI share was levied upon
tbe capital stock of the corporation, pay
able immedtatelv. in United states fold
coin, to the St-cretary, at the oftiee of the
company, No. 48 rprlng street, up stairs.
Any stock upon which ltd' assessment
shall remain unpaid on the Sutb dny of
October, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction; and,
unless payment la made before, will be
sold on HATUUDAY, November 16th,
1878, at 3 o'clock p. to pay the delin
quent aaacHsroent, together with coat ol
advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
FRANK B. FANNING,
Office—Mott Building, 48 Spring street,
Los Angelea, Cai.
Loa Angales, September 27, JS7B. sSfltd
Cer;ificato of Co-Partnor
KNO vv" all,men by those presents; That
wo, ii. rMJhiudler, residing iv the
eny of Cos Angeles, counts of Los Ah*
und a. Weiha, r Mid Jug
tntheoltyof i.os Angeles, county of loh
\uneles, in the Mute oi Cai Ron la, do
hereby certify und aeelaro that, we have
organised und formed ourselves into a
co-partnership, und we covenant and
agree, each wjtii iho other, io he co-part
uere for ibe purros- OJ Dairyingand con
ducting the biisiuess of manufacturing
ana dealing with boot a, shoes und flu -
IngS, In the city oi Loa Angela*, count vol
hos Angeles, State of California, under
t.be firm name and Bt>le or scIIILDLEK
That tlie principal pi 800 of business ot
said co-paitnersiiipl- siuiuted lv the city
ol Dos Aug les. county of Dos ADgOlOa,
and btato alorosald. That Uie names oi
all the persona interested us paitneriiu
such business areata vo s;at*d and signed
her-'io, and that aooh partnership will
oontlnne and be in force until fuituur no
tico by us.
in witness whereof, we bare hereunto
set our hands and seals, tb.s first oi
October, A. D 187*
H. sCIIIN'DLkR, fSSaI.I
ALBEUT WEIHS. [Hesl ]
STATE OF OA LI FORM \, I
Countyof Do-, Angeles, J* 8 '
On thtfl flist hey ot October, m the yeai
one thousand eight hundred and seventy
eight, beiore hie, A. w. Potia, CounU
Jierk and ex oiiloio Clerk of tlie Couni.\
■Juurt m and tor sa d eouu y ol i.t-s
viigeles, peisom.liy aj.j euieu ii. Schind
er and Albert, v eiu», kn vwi io
mo to bo the same persona whose names
are suhscrihed to the within Instrument,
ano acknowledged to mo that th«,-y exe
cuted tne s tine.
lv wltuoaa.whereof, I have hereunto
-ci my hand and a.axed my offioiul seal
ibe day and year in this certificate
diNi aoove wiltien.
a W. I O'TS.f oun'v Clerk
and ex-otflol Oierk f said < < un,
B\ GKIFrIN JutINSJON, D uUt\
"!• ra. ue-sw
Byron Brown, Piaintlif, against laauo M.
Leihy, D deudaut. — tijveut.joiit,;i Dis
UN* DE R AND B V V 1 ESSE U X 0 9
a decree of '-i- .. and
oiuer of sale entere*. iv tne
District Court oi the Beveu
leenth Judicial Dlatrlot of the wtatt
of caiiierniu, in ano foi the county Oi Los
Angeles on Ihe 2Jd day of Sep ember,
A. D. 1878, ano a -i on
ioi-eelo>ure of entered in
the aforesaid District ■ ourt, annexed lo
suld decree and d .ted ihe inn uay of
ootober, A. Ik 1871, in the above entitled
oas< and In favor of Riov*n,
pialatni, and again at !.-auc M LOihj ,d- -
fendaut. a cut tided Copy of wi.ich
aald decree of foreclosure, d uiy
attested una.!r tbe seal of said court on
the Oth day of ocioner, A. D. Igfa, ano
to me d-.iiven-d on the ilth d ty or Octo
ber, A. D. DTs, together with tho WTll
auuexed thereto, wneieliy i urn coin
nianded to seil at p .blic auction, to the
highest ano best oidder. foi eaat in U. r-*.
Hold coin, the toilowing arid in said de
cree desi r.bi d reai estati', to-v
All tnose cuiiam tracts of i ... I I (he
Runcho ttuhtiug(» de ,n he
couuiyoi Los Angeles, ol • aid -
n;a, bounded and dt>c ' '.. ,\- ;
Fust - i hut tract <>f i a and i
aliotid to it iymuhda V < Hnal
d< cree in partition oi nu iv n P
suit of Abel Niearus et al
Cotaet si, Dlsinct Court, rii*i ju
instrict, State of California, in unu i
tb«oouoly of Loa Angelea, oaae No
containing one hundred and forty-three
andTS-lttu acre« oi luna, wh oh uact Is
bounded and describe-! asf illows: North
by land aligned by s*iid uecr c to w.de
dad Peiultu; by land assigned to
Leonora Yorba de Rowland; south in
lands assigned .Stafford iuw rust n.and
east by lands assigned lo Ynez Yorba de
Cotuand F,Hit and Blxhy excepting und
reserving irom sal.i tract about forty
acres in the fcouih poitu.u Lhereot. hav
ing. a from ass of 7i rods an goutu line
andol equal depi h, aud n tract Of twen
ty ucres by 1. M Lolby to
Go rgo H. Beach, by deed recorded In
the County hecordsr'a oihceot Loa
gede- eouiuy, California, iv bo.k u %
pave 48j, deeds.
Second —An undivided one half nf tbat
tract assfgued end allot.cd to \ net Yorba
do Cola by (he fltiul decree in partition
herelnbefjre referred 10, containing one
hundred und sixty-eight and so :0f) acr< s,
Mini bnUiided iii the north by land ai- I
lotted by said decn c iv partition to Ra
moi o Yorb ■: east und soniheast by lui-d
ailotled to !• lint and BlXby, and west by
lands aib.ted to Unymuiulu Yorhu and
hereinbeforo described, excepting and
reserving therefrom a i; act of nveaereh
c nveyed by Isaac M. Leihy nr.d PaclOc
N. stamps to D. S. pulveda by need re
corded in book .B. pages 891 ci s q ol
deerN, County lteooraei*s oiiico of Loa
Angcle l -c Jim:y, Calt otnla, leaving su
one-hal iof 16a CO acres of said
las* des.*i ibed tract.
Publio notice is hereby given thai on
TUESDAY, THE Gtli DAY OF
JS'OVKMBKU, A. D. 1878,
At ia oVlck m, I will pro-ecd to aelt.at
the court h.iuse disir. in tbe city au>i county
bt Los Angeles, Btat-i oi t'aliiornia, at punlle
auction, to the highest aud best bidder, 'or
.ash in gold coin nt the Unit*d fttatea,to
satisfy said decree lor prin Ipat, Ultereat,
atturneys' fees,- aam n I aoviuicg costs,
all the above described roM estate.
Given under my band ut ihe city ;.nd
county of Lot ingele*, state of Califor
nia, this llth day of October, A« li. ia7B.
11. M. MITCHKLL
fc . .-.nerlfT.
By JAMES O KAYS, Deputy, olud
Iv the County Court
Of tbe County (if Los Argek-M. State
SAMUEL n. WiNiElt 1
HIS CREDITORS. J
Pursu mt to an order of the £Ton. A. M
S ephens, JuogH til Dm said Cou ')
Court, notice is hereby given t*i aii th«
creoiior- of said Insolvent- Samuel U.
Winter, to be and app -ar be for** t by s .id
Judge, in open Court, ut tho court-room
of said Court, ut Li.c Coun House, 111 the
city aud coumy of Los ATigeisS,oa the
29tn dny oi Nuveintier, A. D. 1878, at in
o'clock a. M of t hat day, then and t bete
tv show cause, If a yihe* can. wny the
prayer oi aaln inMuTvenx uld v- i be
graute t and an ussignfrient o his eatab
be made and he ba ui-nlniiged fr< m ii s
oet.ia and liabilities, In purMinncc t<> 1 h
statuie iv such cases mado und provided;
and In the meantime all procc dlny*
against sai.i Insolvent be - ta> ed
\V f tness m* hnti:l and in ■■:1 ■ : »gt*l
Court, this 2'2d day ol October, A : . Itfa,
[Seal ] A. W. PoTIS.
By C. F. TOWNRKND, Deputy.
In the Probate Court,
Of the County tit Los A;.
Stu to of California.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR
DER OK SALE oF KJBAL ESTATE
SHOULD NOT Baj MADE.
In the mntter of the (Hlnte. of Fiank
Antbross n. rowden, \ho BxecutoT oi
the estate of 1 rank i owrion, ih-ceased,
having flh-d hla petition herein, duly
verified, praying lor on order oi sale o<
all the real estate, ol said defendauti foi
the purposes theiein set for->h.
It ii theiefoie ordered by the
of said Court thai all person* Inb r*
ested in the eMtatn of said deceased np
pear before the aald Probate Court ou
MONDAY, THE 4th DAY OF
At ten o'clock In the forenoon of sad
day, at the Court Room ».f said Piobsie
Court, at the Court house in tbe
county of Los Angeles, to show
cause why an 01 der should not. be gratl t* (1
io the aubl executor to sell so rime!
of the real estate oi tiie naid deceaaed
Krunk Cowden, as shall be necoa ary,
Atid that a copy of this order be
published nt least tour successive weeks.
In the l>»llv Los A ngelci Herald, a new •
paper printed and published in aald]
A LBE HP M. STEPHENS,
Probate J ml ?**.
Dated KoptembGrSiHb. IBTB. BXI-4W
Tb.m m.-k. lf>to Md HhSw'i-S iimj
"''l l '"'•'• u * : l P* l ' S lA "VI. IIII! ot l).- voiwWrfM
•■BI.O-l»l.% <lTl t .jgi OVr..' 1 •»! £<> iIM.IV rt*t fcllla,
•rtltlM. "For-üß* CWe" r(c c....- ..... ait\U4 fcr » fw<.
BrareN Cbut, 36 *v. s,*4 rw.i iv r„n I ,i,,i > t..—i
ba.n trruif*ar«:* tn*.W in' ran ft.rnlih \>rcr rp<lr unt wtklj
0. O. SRTAHI. lj* V 4M.:uma \i , Llm-^
Are not advertised uh 11 cure-alls," but
vie ucincs in the diseases lor which
they are n commended.
liivisifgutuis of natural science have
demonstrated beyond com rover? that
throughout ilie animal kingdom the
"survival of the Attest" I* the ot.ly law
that vouehsaies thrift und perpetuity.
Does hot the mine principle govern tbe
commercial prosperity oi muuf Ail In
ferior cannot bupercede a superior arti
cle, fty reason of supeilor merit, JL)r.
Pierces standard Medicines have out
rivaled uil oiheis. 'ihelr stile lv the
United States alone exceeds one million
dollars p< r annum, whil>- tho itinount ex
porie i loots up to several huudred
thousands moie. No could trow
to sucn gigantic proportions and rest up
oa any outer ba- js tbau tout ol merit.
Di.Gago 9 sCatarrh Remedy
Is P.'easant to Use,
It* cures extend over n perioJ of
It* Hale Coastautl) Inoieanca.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Us Mild, Soothing Eilect.
Cures "cold lv Head" and Catarrh,ot
AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS
Rookfokt, Mass., April 2, I&7V.
Mh. Er>riun:-iitaviug reao in yotti pn
per lOpotts ot (ho lemuraable cures ol cu
lurih. f uoj inuuted to tell " what i know
aooui c«l< rih," aud 1 laucy the"auuff H
and "innaling tube" inuae.s t.iuoie dol
lar gmbbeis) Mouid be gl.td it they could
amolaiOu a kiUtlar core iv the uapeis.
Witt zii years i sutler* d with catuirh. The
nasHi beoum- coinpietoi j closed.
"Suuti," *-uust," "abUeh," "inhaiing
tubes," and "stloJce N Wouldn't work,
though at interval.-* I would t>niff up tbe
so-cuileu catanh huuJJ, until 1 became k
valuable tester for such medicine*. 1
gruduaiiy B rOW worse, and nj one can
uuow i>ow mueli 1 suffered ur what a
in.st.iabJe being i was. My head ached
over my eyes until i hrs '-onuued to my
ueu lor man; auccessive days, suffering
tho most nuense puin. WhlOh ut one time
lasted continuously lor 108 hours. All
■.use oi omeil una taste sight aud
1 htu ring Impaired, body aurunKen
Hnu weaaeneu nervous system snai
lend und constitution broken, and 1 wan
hawking and spitting sevcu-eightus of the
:: is. 1 prayed lor death to relieve me oj
suflering. A luvoruble notice in your
. ipei oi Dr. Sage's cuiun h Remedy iu
uueed me to purObaae v package and use
ii will Dr. Plercu's NesaJ Doucbe. which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pits-
tin only way eoußpaubia with So&i*
mou sense. Weil, Mi. Euitor, it did not
cure me in throe* oui toe of v second, nor
tnouehour or mouth, hut iv less than
eight minutes 1 was relieved, and In
three months entirely cured, and have
reuiaiueo so over sixteen months. While
using the Catarrh remedy, 1 u>.ed Dr.
Pieroe'e Ooldt n Medical Discovery to pu
niy uiy Ijinotl umi strengihen mystom
ach. I also kept my liver active und
bocela regular by the use of hLs Pleasaut
porgattve Pet lets, it my experience will
induce other sufluieis io .vtuk thesuim
meansO relief, ihis lotto: wiii have uu
swered its i urpoau,
loura rmy, S. D. HEMICK.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.-!he fol
low lux uunied I-.-. i 1 ■•- i - uinoug the
thousands who have hern cured of ca
tarrh by ihe use oi Dr. Sage's Caiarrb
Keruedy; a F Downs, New Geneva, Pa;
D J Brown, f*t Joseph, Mo; E C Lewis,
Rutland, Vt; Levi hpi'luger, Nettle Cake,
Ohio; ChasNorciop t iN "th Uheatei field. Me;
Mihon Jones, benba, \ V; J E Miiiwr,
Station, Wj ; J C Hetriiuun, la>
ipoMspoit, Did; M M i'osl,LoguuspOll,
||ju;j W liatiey,l renmnt, pa;U BAyres,
La K*r<e, lnd; Jessie M j>curs, ft Branch,
md: 1. VV llllsmaj cauLon, Missouri; VV a
Thayer, Unarga, Id; Sb Nichols, Jr, Ohu
vc»lon. Tex us; Jonas F Heiueit. siuues
vilie, Pa; S W LUhIE, McFurland, Wis,
Johns..ii \\ ill.nuis, HelmlcS, uhlo; life
M A Curry, irenton. ienn: JOJosiln,
Eeene, N ii; a J Ca-par, lable hock, vv
Vu; Louis Aimers, uaysport, Ohio; c 11
Chuse. Clkhail, ln l; Mr* Henry Halfcht,
Man naunsco. Call Mis )•- M Gallu ha,
Lawrem.eviiie. M V: W J Graham, Auei,
Iowa; A O smith, Newimn, Ga; Cha* L
Kiee, Baltimore. Md; Jesse M Sears, Car
lisle. Jnd; i >■ n'l h Miller, Ft \\ ayue,inu;
Mis Minnie Arn-oso, 2w Deiuncy til. New
York; 11 W Hull, Hustings, Mich; WOI F
Marsion, Loweii, Mass; i W itoborO,
Maricopa, Ail;*.; Chas Delaney, ttama*
buig, re; M C j-oweli. Mass* MrsC
,i Npuriut, L'amuen, Ala; Ouarles F Kaw,
Fieder.csiown. Ohio; Mrs Lucy Itubi
ingLou, FarmliiK<ou,lil; captE i> Hpauld
lu«, Cump btamoaugh, Wyo; 1 W iiucy,
Hleatnboel Mock, iowa; Mis Cydia W alte,
-l.ushan, N V; J M l*eck, Juuciiou City,
Mom; lie*ir> r-he. Bantu*., Oil; L BCum
:. use, ttun oul, n , - c June*, Charles*
ton Four Lorneis, N V; Geo F Hall, 1 ueh
. ,vi; Win E Uuiirie, steiiin*, Pa; H
f. t-bon. iHUJ l em. St, Pdisbuig, Pa; J it
Juckmaii, Hiimui l's Depot, Ky; Henry
Zob.ist, Geneva. N V; Miss i.uitie Fai
roit, Monitoiiieiy, uhlu; b i eubrook,
Chatham, ill; * U McCoy, NHsbpurt,
Ohm; W VV Warner, Mmth Jackson,
.dich; MleeMan a Wluue, Dailen. Wis;
JohnZeiKJer, Ou lisle .springs, l a,; Juries
lompkin-, St Cloud, Mihn; hnoch i uoi,
Pawnee ci >,Ntb; Jos T Milier, Xenia,
Ohio; SB Nichols, Gulv stou, 'lexas. ii
i. i alrd, Upper Ai.on, Hi; Joi.u Davlv,
Preacul t, Ariz; Mrs Numy Graham, Foi
est Gio\e, Ogn,
Goiden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or tiiood c! aw n sins.
Golden Medical Discovery
Gciden Medical Discovery
Is a Cbolagoguo, or Liver Siimulanr.
Gciden Medical Discovery
Golden Merica! Discovery
By reason of lis alterative properties,
cures Diseases of the blood and hkln, as
Sc ofuiu,or King* Evli; 'iutuoi>: Ulcers,
or Out Soiex; Blotches, pimples and
ttrUpttoßa. By virtue oi lis Pectoral
properties It cures Br< neb al, Throat and
L,uhgHiieciioiis; lucip cut Consumption;
LlubOt Inn Coughs, and i hrunic
tis. Its ploporties, render it
an unequal re.ntUy for tdilousiiesi; Tor
pid Liver* or "Liv< rComplaim;" and its
Tonb- properties mako it equally ejtlca
oious lv tunn* ludiaeslion, Doss ol Ap
peiltr and Dyspepsia.
VVuere the sain Is sallow and covered
Witt) blolche* and pimples, or where
lucre are ."cro.ulous, swellings ami atfec-
U< na,S few botthu of Goluen Medical
Oiscovery will effect an entne cure. II
you fee I droway, deblliiated, have naliow
color of skin or yeliowlsh-biown spots on
lace or body, irequeoi headache or dizzi
ness, bad lasift in ir outh. internal heat
or chill* alternated with not flushes, low i
spirit. un<- gloomy fin -"iodin«s. i t > Sjjfl
iippe'lte and tongue coated, yon a.- 1 p -
from Torpfu Liver orBIHOhJ
lv inuny cases oi Liver Comptai*
partol these iytnptoma are sjfpSi
Aia remedy lor all ■ n. : cases, Dr.-
Golden** Mnsc'iveiy h«a r t , -J
US ItO' r ■
J (M.J. 1
tie Marrlan'B Burton Palo
draught at NfoKenzie'e.
Kow of Pearls
through coral llpa ia certain!]
a row of dlscol
. any mouth a|
a. Add to tbii
susu illy accoov
a, and one can
■ . r,- . hing more ob)ec<
i/ON'Jt, the great purlfief
<d wbitener of ihe teeth
~. fate of the mouth com,'
ug its dental occupant
• on. and counteracting tin
.i t.heeuamelol acidaccre
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