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CONGRESSMAN PACHECO rt Meats Us Bssstl SlongD Battlers Face to Fas*—A Twelve-Minntt Speech -His "6a ena Honor" Pledge. IVlaalia Delta J It had been noised abroad that ' Vhen Gov. Pacheco opened his Uouth to speak in the Mussel , Slough country he would be com pelled to give an account of his ate wardship and present some rea •onto the settlers, whose votes he now solicits as a candidate lor re s eleetlon, why be did not fulfill a i certain written pledge, signed by alls own hand, to do all in bis pbewer to present to Congress a res oltttion therein contained, asking the appointment of a committee to .. look into the matter of land grants : liade to the Southern Pacific Rail load of California; whether the Jjeid company had not forfeited title tosuoh lands on tbe ground of nou \ •ompllance with the stipulations of ' the contract tbat tbe road should ' be all completed within a certain time, etc. Thinking that this might be attempted on tbe occa sion of Pacheco's appearance at Hanford on Monday evening, a Delta reporter was sent to attend that meeting and prepare a truth ful account of it for our readers. The Chairman of tho meeting, L. B. Buggies, E-q., first introduced Hon. Jfi. D. Wheeler, whose words were well received by the people. The proposition was first made tbat the Honorable Congressman be Categorically quizzed while on tbe , stand, and be called upon to an swer satisfactorily to his constitu ents in tbe matter, but It was ■ thought best to refrain from such a ' seeming interruption; so that tbe , subject was left forconsideration at some future time. At the conclu sion of Judge Wheeler's address the Chairman introduced Mr. Pa checo, who spoke for tw lye miu ■tee, substantially as follows: . 111. PRKSIBBNT AND LADIES f-tMv Gentlemen of Hanford:— lam pleased to be among you to- Blgtt, aod to bave the honor of listening to the eloquent address of lodge Wheeler, uud, also, as he has just stated, It is well that we meet eacb other face to face. From tbat standpoint I am pleased to be here this evening. 1 want every body who feels to disposed to ask me . My questions he may choose, nnd 1 Will be pleased to answer them as best I can. I have taken a solemn oath to discharge my duty faith fully. I feel the consciousness of having done so in every particular, and, therefore, I have no fear to night or meeting ynu face lo face. The news of your terrible calam ity fell u;on us at Wash ington like a thunderclap. I am sorry wejiave not beeu able to «o- Romplish anything in your behalf. ' You are ail aware that any one, elected to congress for the llrst time, whoever lie may be, m.ist go to tbe natioual capital and <ducate himself. That is my case. I have I bad the honor of forin'ng acquaint ances with many influential men is there, and if 1 am again elected, it Will be accepted by me as a cer tificate that I have discharged my duties faithfully. Mr. Leach has taken occasion to say publicly, lv reference to me, that he is a much abler man uud a far better orator than I am. I claim no special talent; I am not an orator; but I do , expect I am endowed with natural ; Common sense; end when Mr. Leach attributes nil those high qualifications to himself, I have no doubt he Is entitled lo them For twenty-three years, gentlemen, you bave honored me with posi tion* of trust and honor, and iv Ihe . event of my eleotion this Fall, I am free to inform you tbat I cau serve you only as I have done iv tbe past. The position I have se cured for myself iv Washington will be useful for your interests. I want to say a word of our grand standard bearer, James A. Garfield, with whom I am personally ac quainted. During my contest with ! Mr. Wigglnton, Mr. Uarfield pre -1 canted my case to Congress. From this circumstance I gradually he > oame acquainted witli his cbarac '- ier as a conscieutious Congressman if.»nd Christian gentleman. I have ' beard it repeatedly stated by many, irrespective of party, that Mr, .Garfield Is a thoroughly honest man. Gentlemen, you may rely upon it that if elected I shall do all lean to expound your interest. When I bund of your Doubles I Immediately consulted Senator &T»rley aud Gov. Booth, and the general opinion then expressed was that the allair would necessarily come before the Courts and that no ' Congressional action would be i proper in the promises. I assure yod you have my hearty sympathy in connection with your troubles 1 with the railroad company. You will perhnps remember that recent r ly Senator Booth and myself took | Issue with the railroad corporation, and since that time 1 havo had nothing to do witli them. Ladies and gentleman, good-night. A Pastor Made Happy. I have been greatly troubled With my kidneys and liver fur over j twenty years, and during that en : tire time I was never free from pain. My medical bills were enor mous, and I visited both the Hot f,nd White Hpringv, noted for the curative qualities of the. water. I am happy to say I am now v well man, and enilrelv as tho result of Waruei's Hafe Kidney and Liver Core-. 'With such glorious results I j< am only too glad to testify regard ing the remedy which has made nee so happy. (Rev.) P. F. Hahklee. Coal Run Crossing, Arkansas. Teachers' Institute. *. The Los Angeles County T<arbors' In ■titule will couveiie In fCWION HALT,, In Los Augeies, On Monday, Nov. 8,1880, i*<Mo'olock A. m. linn. V. M. Campbell, fcMperlllleiident of 1 ut.llc Instruction, SBV. M. 8. Carr and other leading educat- M are expected to bn In attendance. She public are cordially invltcO to be ■eeeeat. J. *■. hi.vton, £ T ; County Superintendent. ggfca* Angeles, Nov. 20, 188'j. Bpecial IVotice! feTIW I.EWIB BROS, take pleasure In aßbooaelag to their cuslotners and the SJSulle that they have received from Bear York and Philadelphia, direct, <» BOOTH and suotis t band icwM , jSMMtkr. for quality and atyle, are superior Swaartalßg ever brought Int.) Loa tnae ■Mb. Oar oustomera and tb* public gen- I ■rit autufa st, op po*it* r. o. I MTBOBLLATTBOUa. Aifagrceabfesubsti tute] for* pills, and *drastic_ catliartics. .FOR THE CIT.F.OP Constipation KrisincjJfroml an obstructed state PfltheTsystem. }ono Lozenge'l3 tlio" usual dose, to bo taken at bed-time; dissolve slowly^in the mouth, or eat like fruit or a confection.' ■(.Physicians J and J the Faculty prescribe it. TtKOPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put up ia bronzed tin boxes only. Avoid imitations. Ask your druggist for De scriptive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, > E. Hetiierincton, Kcw York or San Francisco. (apcine poßousMij\ WplasterW PoHtita 7UU Vert. The. w/pn. irvr* atcarded th* J'ijhrsto * ir.lym*inl rritv rutbtrplas'ert, at both tb* OtnU ill and Pari.t Expositions. Widely and /awrabfy <.nown amrmn phytsiciant as a great t'm pmvnnti intlut ordinary poroutplastrr, Ade any vhysiciar <■»» j/onr own tocnlity about it. Tho valua ble qnolHtesof therommnn porous plaster aro in 10 fold hy nna and scientific medication. It relievos nlmrxt at once and enros where other piasters fail eren to relieve. It is withoal donot ttiebert remedy ever devised for l.nmfla!ir! Vi'enfc rack, RhMninatlpm, Spinal aud I I :*rrvComplaintsand all local aches and pains. Ay.'M lmlt«W>tW.9olcl hyalll)rni;jjists.,Prlce£sc. mAßvat & aiuuNdou vi Plait St, U.Y M Proprs. NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAU7H gMemvwt v. ithtta. Ueasaff rr.ico*i,,r Toe ' i <Alt-.£»>'. I'tJttlWr sand j.l-.sr-" I HK i Witn I AGXH UK KM fciuth .•' ■.-n;...* hKAVattT %■( i'ifi FlaKI h er*><Hpbly~aUs)ad*il to. Hi*, r* lebrated ttaes rrora mis Brewerj *W«.,<enmaetsuou luth*»mtata. ,ar6-ti BREWERY ! D. SUHWrEiO'. Proprietor The purest aud most dSltelOQI I.AQEH nKKIt, inauuiaolured In Southern Cali fornia. Orders lor Draught or Bottled Beer Ailed oa short notloe. OTJIt BEER IS NONPAIIEIL. Joltj Mrs. Delpech & Sister, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS, FROM PARIS, Roams Nos. 1, IO & 11. No. 40 MOHIt BLOCK, SPRING ST., ania-lm T.OS Angeles, Cal. STEEL AND IRON WIRE ROPES MADU 11V THS Hazard Manniacturina Company, WHUhWMStB) PBSN. For Mine*, Inclined Plant-n, Kuspet.riiou DridgQti Wire linpß 'l'rainwiiva, Tra.ifimt-aiou of Power, Wiip'a Uiifging, 0t2.,wt0. This Company hag tlio largest and most perfect uiachiiiory iv the world. Capable of making ropes of any uizo, from a saah cord to rope* of hixty tons weight without a Bjilioe. ftona but the Vory Best Mnlsrbl Used. TliGee ropes are used more generally than auy others throughout the coal aud mining rogionn. For prices, instructions on the use of wire ropos and other information, address Hazard Manntitcturiiig Co,, Wtllci-M-litirro. I'enn. THK LANE & BOD LEY CO. John and Water Sts. CINCINNATI, MANOrAOTUBSRS OF BRUCKNER'S PATENT Revolving Furnace, FOB □hlorodialng, Deinlphurising and Boast ng Ores. Also manufacturers of Steam tagiass. Saw Mills, Bhafting, Gearing, mi and Mining Masbinsry. BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. fMK llekat.d Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Trariecrtpt*, etc , printed at low rates. Antisel Pianos and Organs. I take pleasure in informing my friends aud tho public that Mr. T. M. Antisel, of Ssn Francisco, will be in Loi Angeles during Fair week, wheu any one who wishes to puichuee a first-class piano or orgau lor cash ur on small installments, will Un.l it lo his or her interest to call on him at the Pavilion or ou Mr. J. 11. Mendoza, of the same bouse, Wbo will be pleused to show ami explain all the improvements In these superior instruments. By purchasing direct from headquar ters instead of humbug agents,who mislead by falso representations, a saving of iroun $100 to $200 can he made. Our instruments have been awarded pnmiums at tbe State Fair ut Sacramento und at the fairs at Stockton, San Jote and Marysville. Fifteen of them will be on exhibition ut tho Pavilion, and parties are Invited to call and examine them and satisfy tbem selves thut the best is always the cheapest. Wo sell none but Bret class Instruments. J. It Mesdoss V. lm-oct 13. Bear in Mind! Sherman, Hyde & Co., the lend ing piano and organ dealers of the Pacific Coast, have a complete as sortment of instruments at their branch store, kept by Mrs. 1). H. Corona, 45 Main street, Cosmopoli tan Hotel. Call and enquire about the instalment plan, jy7-(iui F. Linuquist, merchant tailor, No. 20 Spring street, is himself a practical outter; and, having had ample experience in San Francisco and Los Angeles, knows how to meet the requirements of his cus tomers. He ku ps a full supply of the beet cloths constantly ou bund »ud makes thorn up "upon honor." R. Bills, having bought all the interest in the trucks, teams und freighting bas In ess of Mr. J. C. Glover (of the late firm of Bills & Glover), is now alone In tbe busi ness, and always ou hand with his teams at the old etsud, No. 7 Mar ket street. apMtf To Whom it May Concern. Pleaso tako notice! Any person Having pledges or collaterals at the Star Loan and Broker Office, No. 4 Commercial Street, will please re deem the same or pay acorued In terest thereon within tliirly day* from this date Or tbey w ill bo sold. P. 8. —Money loaned on all kinds 'if personal property imSlltf To) all wlattltig removed perma nently stiperttu.ius Hair, Freckles, LlVti Spots, [Slack Worm*, Moles, eic, i wHi Heitd a recipe free of charge, 'fills great nin-.i'y wast dlattovered by Professor 13. 11 mini, the great Chemist and Bast India l'laut discoverer. Semi a solf-ad a.hlreased envelope to V, PoPPKB, 127 Montgomery slreet, San Fran cisco, California, Agent for the United States and Canada. As ad vertising is very expensive, this ad vertisement Will only appear for one mouth. Please cut It out and preserve it. my2llin Clothes cleaned or dyed, then mended and pressed und warranted to look like new, at No, 8 Aliso street. A number of desirable rooms to let at No. 7 Third street. The loca tion is accessible aud desirable from every Btaudpoint. Tiie neigh borhood is good arid the house is barely live minutes' walk from the Court House. Gentlemen, if you wish v good fit and good good:?, please call at 38 Main street. Congress Hall has just received a consignment ol boca laser beer. It is a su perb article und cannot be excelled *s a draught beer. Oysters, shrimps, hot aud cold lunches of all kinds, constantly ou hand. Give them a call. Corner Main and Re guena streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. o9 Fivn hundred dollars worth o( second-baud clothing wanted at No. 8 Aliso street. See the Concolodor In his won derful transmutation of colors at tho dyeing; and scouring establish ment, No. 8 Aliso street. A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, eto., I will send a recipe that will euro yon, free nf charge. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Rend a self-ad dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph V. lonian, Station D, New York City. my!B ly Winner's Safe Pllla are an immediate; stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and euro Costive nesa, Dyspepsia, Ulliousness, Bilious Diarrheal-. Malaria, Pover and Ague, and are useful at times in nearly all Diseases to cause a free ami ■•water action of the Bowels. Tho nest anti dote fur all Malurlal Poison. Price, 2Sc. a box. Warner's Safe Nervine qnlcltly (rt ye* Tiest and Sleep to the HuHerlne, cures Headache anil Neuralgia, Prevents Epileptic Pits, and is ilia best remedy for Nervous Prostration brought on by excessive drinking, over-work:, mental shocks and other causes. It relieves the Pains of all Diseases, and is never injurious to tho system. Tiie best of all Nervines. Dottles «>f * two sizes; prices, &oc, ImFIJ a" l ' ti.uo Ujju| A A i Warner s Knfe Rrmrdies nre E4 nn *" Dealers in 3 Medicine every ™SEH.raie&co, Proprietors, USuSWtfft Kond fur Pamphlet and TesUmoouos. " NOTICE. Till. I. to notify nil person, concerted tbat no one 1. antliorlaed to Incur any Indebtedness orobtaln uny credit on my I account, and that I will not pay any Mile Incurred by any one without a | written order from me, _ . , M. DODSWOBTH. Los Angeles, September *, IMS, ertf j MIBCELLANKOTJB. Revolution in Prices of Millinery! At the New Store, IZil* S|)i-in K St., Second door from Turnvcreln llnll. LOOK nt tlic PRXCSttiJ Flno Milan Hats, $1.21 Oil pricfl, $2.26 Fine ('anion Hats.6ou tos!..Old price, j 1.5.1 blue French Beaver Hats, $3 Old price, $8.00 frlno French Beaver Hats, SI Old prlco, iO.OO Kino Napped beaver Hats, S3 - Old price, S3 60 Real Ostricu. Tips, Mo, sue. tl Old price. 700, $1.25, $2.00 Ttenl Ostrich Tips, $2 Old price. $3.60 Felt and Camel's Hair Hals, RI 10 $2. uld Bfto.l fiOin $: to $1 TRIMMED HATS from 50c up. IHTS DONE OVER IN NEW SHAPES. 021-lm The Spanish Language A Glt AND CL4S3 TO BE OKQANI3ED BY PROF. CUYAS. Lessons from 3 p. m. to 5 p. it. EVERY SATURDAY. Three dollars for the teim of three months, payable lv advance. aurrbose desirous of Joining the class must subscribe prior to tho tirst leswon, which will beglvtu SATURDAY EVE NING, uCT. a.i. •CiNouo wlil be admitted after that date. oKFicE--in tito Bicnotat Building i Maiu streatt nesUC Arcadia. k3t*iW TiSF. SEST SUITS KAbH TO ORDER IN THE CITY Al The Woolen RSiil Store, Downey's Mart>ie Front, opposite Cosmo* politan llotal, Main street. fcSr.jlTe* ot JKrery Deaoriptieß from $00 to $05. I have constantly ou hand a large and lelected stock of the rno-t elegant clot lis, the iateHt faahtoaSj and am enabled to furnish tiie most stylish suits at the low est prices. A GOOD LI T always guaran teed. Blankets snd Flannels Sold Cheap. Everybody who wants to have a coat, ▼est or pantaloons made to order, will and it to his ad van tags to call on me. lattl LOO IS PPttIFPBNBKBGH&R LOS ANGILia PAOKING COas 300 to 3io I-k-.it street, lOimt I.om A-iijscleH, llanufactnrcra ami deiUeva in all uimlsof Hog Products. Sugar Cured Ham, Medium R:xcon, Light. Haeon, Bxtra Light. Bacon, Lard in bulk, barrels, cuns, oaddlrS, etc I'icfcled TongueH, ismokod Tongue.s, Fickled Ftet. »ar ALL GOODS GUARANTEED, -tfn is2:tf M. DODSWOKTIT, Duaiuess Mauager. Aimouncemeiit! Mrs.Lu Wheat Smith. Having justrctarnofl from Europe and the East, where she has taken great pains to usccrlala the Most modern us well as the must systematic plan ef teaching art. respectfully solicits (Uh pa tronage of pareutv who wish to have theireliiltiren iufitrucled for entering an as a proftiaton. or who wish them to pursue the lighter branches of decorative art. »a-sTUDIO AT NO. 15 FORT ST., opposite tho High School. 522-lm SEED WHEAT WHICH WILL NOT RUST I offer forfftle n variety of wheat which has been laised by me tnt ctR-bt. yearH, and although eurronnded by other when!., out" and barley which did lust, VET NEVER RUSTED. I Eottho seed from the Patent Offlne 8 yeats ago, re.-elvlni; about a quart, anil this bus been tho beginning of the wheal now for sale. I losl the name, bo 1 bave no uamo lor It. it Is a bearded wheal and it Is mixed, there being two kinds of It apparently. It Is pronounced a belter Wheat by M ssis. Laokeratatm and also by .Messrs. Den man to look at tbnn tbe Odessa. It is a good producer and grow er and 1 belli ye it lo be absolutely HUsT PROOt. II will sell It ill $2 2a n hundred pounds, nnd If it is not rust proof, if the Brat year of planting it is materially injured by rust, then I will rt lurn to such paity $1 for each luopounds bought. An early application is desired from those wishing to buy. QlBlf L. J. RO«F. To the Voters of Los Angeles County. Mr. J. K. CRANK, of Pasadena, has. Nt tbe reuuf-st ol many of the leading citi zens of Mm county, of Ihe Republican Central Club of Loa Angelea ciiy, and by the unanimous vote ol the Republican County Central Committee, lienn select ed as Ihe candidate of ihe Republican parly for the Assembly, to till the racan ey occasioned by the resignation of J. J Morton, Esq. The regular Republican nominees for Members of the Assembly are J. F. CItANK, of Pasadena, AND— F. P. RAMIREZ, of Los Angeles. By ord«r or the Republican County Cedtral Committee. H- A. Bahci.aY, Vlce-Chalrmnn. SECOND HAND FURNITURE AND CARPETS Wanted to All order*. HIGHEST PRICES PAID. Call at Furniture Store in Cardona Blook, No. 116 Main St. Jyll 2m WANTS-LOST—FOUND. Wanted. A Rood girl or woman to do house work. References required, apply at County Clerk's office, oasts Wanted. To purchase or hire—Six or right good pulling bnraea or mules. Address box 016, Poalofllce. oittw Information Wanted Of CHARLEY NORTON, who left San Gabrlnl Oct. IStll. lie ia 10 years old. lair complexion, had on old plow-shoos, brown overalls, dark g>ay coat and com mon slraw hat. Addrtss K. KDWaRD UU W, «an Oitbrlcl. 023-lw Wanted to Rente An improved place, wilh fruit troes, alfalla patch and fanning land. Apply tO 11 KH DM AN A JONK.S. oIS lm Desires to Rent Vineyard. The undersigned desires to rent a vine yard of from M acies upward. Apply to ■ haver <£ Graham's Real Estate oifice, No. 20 Spring street. 01.l lm FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. The FURNITURE, CARPETS and KITCHEN OUTFIT, ALL ENTIRELY NEW,Ina small cottage of five rooms and outhouses. Rent, $12. The above will be sold to a suitable party desiring such a place. Location one of the best. Address W. E. T., Herald office. oi!:Hw FOR SALE. The best improved 2% acre lot In the city. Every available spot is occupied by a choice bearing fruit tree. Good house, water, barn and everything O. K. Apply on the Routh side of Tentti street, se -oud lotw*stof Pear). Half the pur chase money may remain ou time tevsuit purchaser. 010-lm For Sale. Gond business opportunily, welt es tablished and centrally located; capital required, from $ii<iU to(80D. Enquire of That tit & Graham, Real Estate Brokers, No. alt wpriug st. oIU BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. are-Fine lolatlon and elegant surround ings. Accommodations first-class. Ap ply at 19s Main street, lata Fieuch Con sulate. 1-241 f ANNOUNCEMENTS. I£. ItJE. Hii.rliji.iii, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. REPUBLICAN CANDIDA T E FOR SHERIFF, A.. B. Mpffltt, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE KOIt County Treasurer. L. Lichtenberger, REPTBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER. 11. B\ del Valle, Demooratio Nominee For ASSEMBLYMAN *W. F. H eathman One of the Democratic nominees for MEMBER of the ASSEMBLY. E\ IP. Ramirez, One of the Republican Candidates For Member of the Assem bl. A W. POTTS. Democratic Nominee for COUNTY CLERK. S. M. WHITE, Democratic Nominee for District Attorney. GhrifD.il J ohnston Democratic Candidate for County Recorder. -A— 33.Hepiilve<l» Democratic Candidate for COUNTY AUDITOR. J. W. POTTH, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR AUDITOR. W. 13. Onllen Is a Candidate- for re-election to tho OHi CO of County Tax Collector. GTeorge O. jKjtiox Democratic Candidate for County Surveyor. O. H. Democratic Candidate for BUPERVIBQR, 3d District 11, T. O X , REPUBLICAN NOMINEE For City Justice. I>. IVI. Adams, Democratic Candidate for City Justice of the Peace. . i - i — —- ; John Trafford, < Democratic Candidate for Township Justice of < the Peace. Et. A. LI?) Democratic Candidate for Township Constable. LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the State of California, lv a v for the County of Loa A.ißtdea j. w. Raudaii.riaintiff, i vs. C \V A Palmer und S Cahen, Deieudunts.i Action brougiiL lv the Superior Court of ihe State or California, in and for the 'Vtumv of Los Angeles, und the Com plaint filed in aald county of Los Angelas, In the office oi the Clerk of said superior Court. The people of the Stuto of California send greeting to W. A. I'almer uud S. Cahen, i '(-i''inl:ui is. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought agalust you by the abovo named plaintiff iv the Superior (Jounof tho State of California, in and for J.IIO county of Los Angelee), und to answer -the complaint fllod therein, within teu days (exclusive of the day of service, alter the service on you of this summons —if served within this county; or, it bflrved elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judg ment by default will be taken against you, according to tho prayer of said com plaint.. The Raid action Is brought to obtain a decree of this Court lor tho foreclosure of v certain mortgnge described in the suld complaint uud executed by the said W. A. Palmer to J. W. Randall, on the 20th day of March, A, D. 187t, to secure the payment ol a certain prom issory note for the sum of $1400, with in teres! at the rate of \% per cent, per month from date until paid, Interest payable quarterly, and If not so paid to be compounded quarterly uud bear t.ame rate ol lu'.ercst as the principal; also, for the sum of len per cent on principal as attorney's fees In this suit, principal and Interest payuble in gold coin of the Unit ed (states; that the premises conveyed by aald mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment ot tfi4oe gold coin, withlnterest usaforesa.d;alHo, ten percent on the principal as,attor ney's fees, provided for in said mortgage, uud for $14.50 paid aa taxes, with interest from December Ist, 1879, al \y % per cent, per month, nnd that a receiver be ap pointed to 1 a tv- charge of aald mortgaged properly aud take charge ot the rents, lr-sues aud profits, and cost* of suit ; aud In case such proceeds are not sufficient lo pay the same, then to obialn au execution against aald W. A. Palmer for the balance remaining due, and also that the said defendants, und all persons claiming by, through or un der them or either of them may be bar red and foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien,equity of redemption and in terest in and lo said mortgaged premises and lor other and further relief, Reference ia had to Complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if ynu Tall to appear und answer the said com plaint as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded In the ■•aid complaint. Olven under my band aad the seal of the Superior Court of the Statu ol Cali fornia, in and for the county of Lou Angeles, this 6th day of August, In tho ye*r ol our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty. LSeal.j A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIMPATJ,Deputy. ti. C. HUB BELL. s9-2m Attorney lor Plaintiff. SUMMONS- In the Justice's Court Of JLtOi Aiigales Township, iv the County of JLos Angeles. Htate of California. C. X, Harper, H. ti. Moore and LI. F. Coul ter, co-partners under firm name and styieof Harper Moore A Co., I'laiu tUff., \s. Irft Carpenter, Defenuant. Injustice's Court, Loa An* ales Town ship before John Trafford, Justice* oi 1 he Peace. The People of the State of California send greeting to Ira Curpenlcr, delend aul. You fire hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plalntlil In tho Justice's Courtof Los Angeles Township, county of Los Angeles, Stale of California, and to answer before the Justice, at his office In the said Township, the complaint filed therein, within five duys (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons—if served within the township in which this notion is brought —or, If served out of said township, but In said county, within ten days, or with in twenty days if served elsewhere. The said action is brought to recover the sum of forty-two 30-100 dollars, with Interest thereon at the monthly rate of one and one-half per cent., compound ing from April 12, 187!*, aud five per cent, additional for attorney's lees, all in U. h. gold coin, alleged by plaintiffs to be due tbem on defendant's certain prom issory note, made to their order at the city of Los Angeles, on (he dato and for the amount above named. l or further particulars reference Is had to plaintiffs Complaint filed in this of fice. And you are hereby notified that If yon fall so to appear und answer said com plaint as above required, said plaintiffs will take Judgment against joufor the said amount 01 fort*.two 36-lUO dollars, witn Interest and attorney's fees as above, together with costs. Make legal servloe and due return hereof. Ulven under my hand this 13d day ol August, 18SU. JOHN TRAFFORD, Initio*Of the Peace of said Township. BRUNSON * WELIJ**, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. A true copyof the original. R. A. LINO, Constable Los Angeies Township. By U. W. ROSE, Deputy. sS-2m In tlio Superior Court Of the State of California, County of Loa Angeles, In tho matter of the assignment of Wil liam Workman and V. P. F. Temple. On reading and filing the petition of E. F. Spenceand D. Freeman, assignees of William Workman and F. P. F. Temple, and It appearing thut an assignment has been made by said William Workman and F. P. t\ Tempie to aald E. K.Hpeiice and D. Freeman, of the property of said Wll Mam Workman and F. P. F, Temple for the benefit of creditors, under Title 111., Part IL, ol the Civil Coda of tho State of California; tbat said assignees duly made aud filed the Inventory re quired by said title, and aald assignees duly qualified as such and entered upon their duties; tbat said assignees have filed their account of their administra tion us such, showing all their receipts and disbursements, and praying tbat their account be settled and allowed and that thoy and tbeir bondamen be dis charged. Notice U hereby given that Thursday, the iBth day of November, A, D. 1880, at 10 a m. of said day. being a day of v session of Uttf court, la fixed for tho hearing and settlement of said uccount, Is fixed for the hearing and settlement of snld account, at the court-room of avid court presided over by Hon. Y. Sepulve da, when and where any person Interest* sd may appear and file their objections and contest said matter ol the settlement of said account. Dated Oct. 23, 1889. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By E. 11. OWEN, Deputy. Notice to Creditors. Estate of FItANCISCQ ARRECHEA, ' Deceased. No!lce Is hereby given by tbo under signed, administrator of the estate of fruncisco Arrechea. deceased, to the creditors of, und nil persous having claims against the paid deceased, to ex hibit them, wilh Ihe necessary vouchers, within four mont hs after the first publi cation of this notice, to the said admin istrator, at his place of business on Spring street, known as the City of Paris, in the city and rouuly of Los Angelea. Dated at Los Angeles, Ocleber ill, 1880. EUUfcNE M IV Kit, Administrator of the estate ol Francisco Arrechea, deceased, o2L [ Dissolution Notice. Notice la hereby given that the part nershlp between Otto Rothaohild and I Ernst Leiss, doing bualneaa ai cenfec- - tlonera and restaurateurs, hai been thla day dissolved by mutual consent. MR. I.Kliss will contlnne tbe business at the old stand, and will pay all debta due by the late firm and collect all ac counts that are due to them. 1 OTTO RO rH BCHILD.' ; ERNST t.EIHd. 1 I.os Angelea, Oct. 16, 1880. old-.w ■ fl* a AA A ws'£lo£Zk ■ LEGAL. Mortgage sale. No. 222. IN the Superior Court of the County of Los Augeies, State of Caliiornia. Joseph Le Masne, FlaintlfT, > vs. I E. L. Racoulllat et at., Defendants. ) UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A decree of lorectosure and order ol Bale entered In the Superior Court ol the couuty of Los Angeles, State of Cal -110 i n in. on the 21th day of September, A. D. 1880. and a writ ol execution for tho enforcement of Judg ment, requiring sale ol property undue foreclosure of mortgage, Is&ued out oftbe said Supeiior Court, annexed to said de cteeand dated the 20ih day ol October, A. D. 1880, In tbe above entitled notion, and in favorof Kdem Ludovic Racoulllat. one of the deiendauts herein and also in favorof plaintiff (plaintiff's mortgage being subordinate to the mortgage )n fa v»r of said Edem Ludovic ftacoulllat) an I against Etienne Louis Racuaillat, tiefe-idaut, a certified copy of which h-id decree of foreclosure, uuly attested uiiuur theseal of said courton the 20th day of October, A.D. 1880. ana delivered to me. together with the writ annexed there to, on the said last mentioned day, whereby I am commanded to sell at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder, for cash In United States gold coin, the following and In said de cree described real estate, to-wlt: All those certain pieces and parcels of land, situate lv ihe ciiy andcountyof Los Angeles, State of Caliiornia. to-wlt: Lot number sixty (t>o) lronting fifty (soj leet on Lazard hi reel by an uniform dvpth ol oue hundred and thirty-eight U.iSj feel; lot numoer sixty-one (61) front ing fllty (SC) feet on Lazard street, by an uniform depth of one hundred aud ttalr ty-eigbt (lug) leet along Amelia atreet; both lots being a portion ot the Alauese tract as subdivided and laid out by Frank Lecouvreur, County Surveyor, on the 6th day of May, 1870, as per map of tbe said Alanese tract, on file lv tbe office of tne Recorder ot Los Angeles county, and be ing the lame property conveyed to Etie nne Louis Racoulllat by C. Ducommon Isalas ileliman by deed dated May Ith, 1871, recorded In liber 89, page 867-8, rec ords oi Los Augoloii county, ou October 8, 1875. 'Hie description of tlio mortgaged pre* miaes contained In complaint and In ihe mortgage of defeudaut Etlenuo Louis Kacoutiiat io pialntlfl'sassignor Is as fol lows, to wit: All that certain lot of land situate on Amalie or Amelia street, In tbe city of Los Augeies being part of a lot of land situ ate on said street, having a frontage of one hundred and thlrly-elgbt feet, and the part so mortgaged being the pari hav ing twcnty-eighi feet iront on said street, commencing at a p dot sixty feet distant from the corner of Lazard street; running thence norih along Amalie or Amelia street twenty-eight feet; thenco east one hundred feet; thence south twenty eight feet; thence west one hundred feet to tbe place of beginning, tbe same being a portion of lots sixty-one (61) and sixty (i.Oj as above described In the fiont ageof Etienne Louis Kacouiliat to Edem Ludovic Racouiliat, executor ot the last will and testament of Henri Racoulllat, deceased, Public notice Is hereby given that on TUESDAY, THE 16th DAY OF NOVEMUER, A. D. 1880, At twelve o'clock M. or said day, 1 will proceed to sell, al the Court House door. In the City and Couuty of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction to the high est and best bidder for cash In Limed States gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's fees, cosls and all accruing costs, all the above described real estate or so much thereof as may be necossary to satisfy said sums. Given under my hand,at theclty and couutv oi Los Angeles. Htate of Califor nia, this 21st day ot October, A. D. )88u, wm. r. Rowland, Sheriff. By li. A. LINO, Deputy Sheriff. Iv tlio Superior Court OtHie State of California, lv and for Loa Angelea Couuty. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JEAN ADKXANDKE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the estate of Jean Alexandre, deceased, to the creditors of andall persons having claims against the said deceased,to exhibit ibem, with tbe necessary vouchers, within four months alter the first publication of this notice, to the said executrix at her resi dence, Los Angeles, California, or to her attorney, J. Brousseau, at his office, In Baker Block, lv Bald city. JULIE D. ALEXANDRE, Executrix of the Estate of Jean Alex andre, deceased. Dated at Los Angelee, Oot. 1, 1890. 02-lw Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF SAMUEL R. HOYLE, DE CEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, adralnstratorof the es tate of Samuel R. Hoyle,deceased, tothe creditors of, aud all perons having claims against the said deoeased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months ufter the first publication of this notice, to tbe said administra tor, at the oftlco of Graves A Chapman, Baker Block, Los Angeles city, in the said county of Los Angeles. J. A. GRAVES, Administrator of the estate of Samuel R. Hoyle, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles, Sept. 23, 1880. BRUNSON A WELLS, s2i-6.v Attorneys for Admluistrator. LOS ANGELEB OIL COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, Los Angeles, California—Location of works, Ventu/a county, California. Notloe Is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Board of Directors of this Com pany held on ihe 18th day of September, 18S0,an assessment [No.HJ of twenty-five [26cJ cents per share woe levied upon the capital stock of tbe company, payable Immediately, In United states gold com, to the (secretary, at room No. 5 Temple Block, city ol Los Angelea. And any stock npou whioh this assess ment remains unpaid on Saturday, October 80, 1880, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment Is made before will be sold on Monday, November the 23d, 1880, to pay the delinquent assessments, costs of advertising and expense of sale, W.J. NEELY,Secretary. No. I Temple Block. Los Angeles, Sept. 11, 1880. Jy4-4w In the Superior Court. Of State of California, in and for Los Angeles County. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF APPOINT MENT. In the matter of T. W. Temple, an In solvent debtor. To whom it may concern; The undersigned hereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of T. W. Temple, an insolvent debtor, of the county of Los Angeles, in tbe state of California, and who was, to wit, on the 16th day of August, 1880, ad judged an insolvent debtor, upon bis pe tition, by the Superior Court or the county of Los Angeles, Htate of Califor nia, dated at Angeles, the 16th day of August, 1880. M. J. WlCtf S, Assignee of T. W. Temple, an insolvent. 08-4w law Notloe to Creditors. Estate of Franclsca Duflrte de Lugo, de- i ceased.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executor of the esta'e of » Kranclßca Duarte de Lugo, deoeaeed, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them, wilh the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publi cation of tbls not ice, io the said executor at No. 8 Mohr Hloek, spring street, Los Aneeles olty, county of Los Angeles. State of California, at the office of Haley, King . A Roharis, in the county of Los Angeles. Dated October 21st, 1880. B. DUUOURDIEU, < Executor of estate of Franclsca Duarte de Lugo, deceased. i DISSOLUTION Of PARTNERSHIP, Notloe le hereby given that the part nership heretofore exls> ing between John Lattemore and Annie Waller, do J Ins* business at Lynchburg, Virginia, un der tbe firm name of Lattemore A Wal ler, was dissolved by mutual consent i September 16,1880: and that Join Latte- t more of Los Angeles, California, has no f further Interest In any business trane- 1 acted by this firm. < i * w_ *J ANNIE WALLER. J ! Lynchburg, Ya„ Sept. 15, 1880. o»-4w I LEGAL. In the Superior Court Of tbe county of Los Angeles, Stale of California. In tbe matter or the estates and guardi anship or Walter M. Patrlok, Joseph H. Patrick, Charles X, Patrick aud Marcla A. Patrick, minora. It appearing to this Court from the pe tition duty verified and this day duly presented and filed by Mary A. Patrick, tiuardlau of the persons and estates of said minora, pravtng for an order to sell certain real aad personal property or aald minora, desorlbed particularly lo aald petition, that It is necessary and will be beneficial to said minors to sell said real and personal property at private sale: It la tbereiore ordered tbat the next of kin of said wards and of each of them, and all persona Interested In the estates of salu wards or of either or any of them ap pear eetore this Court, at the Court Room thereof In whioh the Hon. V. E. Howard, one of the Judges of said Court presides as Judge, In the Court House. In the .?. f.? d o ? un ty ot Los Angeles, mate of California, on the (2») TwentyJlinth Day of Sommbsr, 1880, At ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day, then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted for the sale of the following described real prop erty, situated In tbe county of Los Ana-e -les, State of California, to wit: All the Interest o; said minors In the nor, hwest quarter of the nonheastquar ter of sect ion seventeen In township one south range fourteen west, San Bernar dino meridian; and the north one-half oi the northwest one-fourth of section sixteen, in township one south, range fourteen west, San Bernardino meridian: and for tbe sale of the following de scribed personal property, belonging to said minors In equal parts, to-wlt: 81«tv soven sbarea of the capital stock of i lie Commercial Bank, a corporation, win.se. principal placeof bualneas Is the city un.l and county of Los Angeles, State of Cal ifornia. And to show cause why an order should not be granted for the sale ot tbe follow ing described real estate, situated in tbe town and opunty of San Bernardino, State of California, to wit: All the Interest of said minors, and of each of them, In tbe lot and building known as the Meyerstein property and situated on the corner of fhlrd aud Utah streets, in said town of San Bernardino, and occupied by one Meyerstein. And it is further ordered tbat a copy of tbls order be published in the Dally Herald at least once a week for three suc cessive weeks prior to said twenty-ninth day of November, 1880. Donoln open Court, this 27th day of October, 1880. 028-tw SKPULVEDA, Judge. BUBINKBB CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 11 and 14, McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. aepMtf PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSI*) A-Gr-ZEZLSTT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles county, Oal, Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ooTtf E. MARTIN & Co., WHOLESALE Liquor ]>ot*i«9X*SJ S4 MAIN ST., BAKER BLOCK, LOS ANGELES •te) We havo received a few packages ot choice old MUSCATEL ANGELICA OF 187J AND PORT WINK OF 1873. Both are of native make and rich In flavor and quality. They are specially suited lor family use. Give us a call. mbStf E. MARTIN A CO. H. NEWMARK 9l CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer in Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 &15 LOS ANOELES T. am FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. A highly-improved tract of SO ACBEB of LAND. Terms of Sale—l3,ooo, one-halt oaan, gold coin, and the other half property, real or personal, at lta present cash value. Call and see the property, or apply to JUDGE THOMAS H. SMITH, of Los Angeles, or 0. H. ALLEN, residing on the premises, adjoining the Loa Nietoa Institute, near Downey Olty. oltttf Evergreen Laundry, WASHING Called for and delivered to any part of the elty, by J. J. Phillips, Adams Is' . Orders can be left at the book store of Mr. Sam Hellman. Spring St. oltn C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALE. ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers in Wool, Grain and Live Stock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-8m Los Angelea, Cal, Awarded the Highest Medal at Vienna E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 591 Broadway, New York, (Opp. Metropolitan Hotel), MANCFAGTUBKRB, IMPOBTEKB AN 11 DfcU. IBS IS Chromos & Frames, Stereoscope!, Views, Albnmi, Grapboeoopee end Soluble Views. PHOTOGRAPHIC J/ATEBIALB. We are heedanartere for everything in the way of Stereoptioona and Magic Lanterns. CT Catalogue of Lanterns and Slides, wltb direction* for using, sent on applioatictk. Any enterprising man oan make mone with a nfagte Lantern, eat oot this advertisement for rafermsai. ffjiU FOR SALE. 01S ABES OF BEST VALLEY LAND IN THE CO UN TV.I One and one-half miles from Aitesla school house. One artesian and four sur face wells; good dairy or grain rauch. Price, ISO per acre, part easb. Call on OLIVE l* DAVIS, on the premises, or on Wlf. D. STEPHENS, room ft, Temple Blook. tdaia