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CITY"AND MUNH OFFICIAL MPER. THURSxTaY '..TmAY 21. 1874. POST- DIRECTORY. Eastern, Sun Francisco and >*°rt h , er w _ Ji e graph Stage Line-Arrive at 2:40 P. M.;clase at 10:.'t0 M. Letters intended for registry must be presented before 10 A. M- „ C>**» Lfne-*t*tlons.between San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara-Ar rive at 10:80 P. M.; closes at 9:00 P. M. San Diego Line-San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrano, etc.-Arnves at 12 M., Southern Ariso'na-Tueson, Yuma, Arizona City. and Way Stutions-Tri-\\ eekly rler vice-ArrlvesSun'iay, Wednesday and Fri luyat 12 M.; >»^. Moßdtt rJ^ l " a,R,u - v .nil Salurduy; Mull close, st f.'JJ P. M. Sort hern Arizona-Prescott.Wickenbere and Wav Stat ions-Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday atl0:40 A. M; leaves lues dav and Friday: mail closes at 2 80 P. M. San Bernardino and Way Stations-San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P.M.; closes at 8:30 l*. 11. Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at 9:10 A. M.. closes at 1180 P. M. Cerro Gordo, I.nne Pine and Havilah—Arrives Mouday, Wednesday and Friday st 2:48 1 . M.-leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur day; closes at 10:30 A. M. Domestic and Foreign Money Order Office- Open from 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.. except on Sutnrdsv, when offlce closes at 3:00 P. M. San Francisco Oltiee Hours—B:oo A. M. to 7-Oil 1' M On Sundnvst.be office will be open for one hour alter the distribution Of tho Kasteru " ,U "' H. K. W. BENT, P. M. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. UOI.O REPORT. Sa* Francisco, May 20th. Gold,ll2V~ _ Greenbacks-Buying, 80; selling, 90. Han Francisco Harketa-By Telegra|»fc. San Francisco, May 28th. FLOUR —5 50riiS«. WHKAT-H 70*1 80. BARLEY—SI 6,X"fl OO OATS—JI 60(«l 60. I'OTATOES-1 2»@l S7. ONIONS-M7C HAY-sl4r«W. CORN—SI T.Vdtl 80. EGGS— Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, Flour- Nails,# keg... « o0 KxtraVbbl.S C FRUIT- Superfine s}4® 6 Can'd ■ doz 400 Bacon,s tb 12»y«l'> Ass'd Jellies...! oot«.> 00 Hams 12V*17 Drieih- Lard 12 §M Apples ' Sugar- , Peaches ' Crushed UK Grapes ..... 8 Island No. 1 10 Potatoes, 1 :<0 Coffee 24 <V2H Humboldt, do 250 55«il W) Salt— Barley 1 37>i Common .... 150 Wheat... LOS Uverpxxd.... 200 Butter, Vt lb 30 Candies, $ lt>... 18<a.35 Cheese 164*18 Candles I«**lS Swiss Cheese.. eT)j Brooms,** doz 375 Codfish 10 Liquors, V cse 04*10 Salmon 6K@7 Cioars- Mackerel 14 Dom'c? 1000 2.>afio Tea 37075 Imported do 1204*200 " Green 100 Powder— starch 12 l < Minlng.*kg 450 Tobacco 50(<tl oo Canned 7<vasl Beans,» cwt.. 225 Fnse, VWO (1.... WOO Onions 4 00 I GRAIN. . Wheat, per 100 82 00<r t 2 25 Barley, per 100 | ■ Corn, per 100 *1 28 Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beef. U&l2e Second class 6«oe Prime mutton ffcftl-c Veal Wffi Prime cuttle : - Jloftra* Good sheep (WiyiiU Chickens, pel iiOZ Wtfl ' Ducks, per doz 8" 50 Turkeys, per pound dressed- 22<i'Z<c Geese " " " 25c Krcsh'salmon, per lb 12^(g.15c FRUITS. Oranges, per doz 25cg75c Limes, per doz 20c Lemons, per doz 25(337'>4e Dried apples, per lb loc Dried pears, per lb 15c Dried peaches, per 8> lac Fresh strawberries lb 12V a C Fresh tomatoes 'fl lb 2oe VEGETAL LES. Turnips, per lb 2c Asparagus, per lb 15c Cabba.e, per lb 4 Carrots, per 100 lb 30 Cauliflower, per dos |l 2j New onions, per doz 10c (ireen peas, per lb 2' 9 Radishes, per doz 4* Lettuce, per head "i Spinnach, per bunch 10c GROCERIES. ('< >FFEE —Mocha «Ko Java ST'jC Costa Rica - 28c TEAS—Black _. 50c@81 00 Japan 00 Green ~ 75cft<81 00 Batter ; - 2%30c Eggs, per doz... --. 24c Cheese, per lb 20(T&>c Brown sugar 9V.>aJ2! ;J c Refined sugar liable Strained honey We Cunvassed hams 20c Los Angeles hams 15c Extra family flour, V bbl $7 00 Superfine 88 50 Graham 87 00 Mixed feed $ 100lbs 81 00 Cracked corn y 100 lbs $1 50 Cornmeal 82 00&2 25 Pearl barley lbs 6%c Split peas C' a c WINES. Cucamongo, V gal, 4yrs 81 00 Port wine, " " 125 Angelica, " " 125 Walnut brandy, %> gal 3 50 Sainsevain wine hitters, gal 125 Cal. white wine, gal. 5 yrs _ 75 Aguadiente, 18 gal. 3 yrs : I 75 EXPORTS. May2oth-24 bales wool, 1 kgwiae, 17 bxs oranges, 10 bxs lemons, 4S sks cornmeul, 7 cs honey. 107 cs borax, 2 cs md&e. Team Departures. May 20th-To Prescott, 4, to J. G. Campbell. Tnernaometrlcnl Record. According to the plan ofthe Smithsonian In stitute. Kept especially for the Herald by Brodrick A Co. May, 20, 1874. V A. M 050 | 2 P. M- ——74* | » r. M 87. Average, 89. ■ HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. O. F. Haswell,Anahm Dr. E. Pngle, S F Morgan R. Eavanaugh, Brooklyn. PICO. J. R. Richardson, Sac W. P. Serdrrfer, Mo L. D. Mason, Lincoln, Neb. LAFAYETTE. D. Van Huron, S Ber H. Davis, S Ber A. C. Libby, s Ber G. Freebon. Spadra T. Bush, Santa Ana J. M. Bush, s Ana M. Bush, do A. Dal las, Arlsona C Gildmachcr, I. NTs Mrs. De lv Clya, Brta UNITED STATES. A. Stewart, City J. D. Trapp, H Bar J. B. Garcia, Cuca'go IL Goodman, S F E. B. Clemeni, do (.'. C. Edinger, Nevada A. Mawby, El Monte I). Crichton, City TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store er Peter I^tmney, Offers for aalo a splendid assortment ef GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, TORACCO, Etc., Etc„ At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the public potroasigo. Goods delivered free te all parts of the city. PETER LUNNEY, (23tf 117 »ud 110 Main St. LOS ANGELES DRUG STORE LAFAYETTE RLOCK. DR. L. TERRY'S NEW 'STORE AND NEW DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERIES, PA INTO, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually found In a drug store. MISCELLANEOUS. WILCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NoiaciJcas b ' MIIL LightrunningftF^^K y, * and Durable Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of Machines Bought, Sold, Ex changed and Rented. aoknt Kea Buttrlck & Co's Patterns. SPRING STYLES HOW READY. PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwau Manufactured In a superior manner. Mn> rial* or the best quality furnished at tbe lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. 1.. lIA IT. declT No. fi« Spring St.. Los Angeles. TUlt: BANK. WM. WOKSMAK. r. P. r. TEMPLE, TEMPLE & WORKMAN, BANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGBLES. Receive Deposits, issue their Certlfiestes and transact a UP.KERAI. BANHINO r.l NIMJS.H. DRAW ON THE LOKD3N AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [UKTEM. AT SAN FRANCISCO Exchange for sale oa New York, llsmburg, London, Uerlin and Paria, F"rankfort. Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov ernment, State, Couutyand City Bonds bought and Sold. ReeeiTe valuables far safe keep ing. GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Alameda and Eirsjt •*(»., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " Flooring at - - - 42 50 " v " They constantly keep on hand DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS. POSTS, BHIxGLSS, t i Turn Vhakes, hair, pi.astir op paris, btu., etc ap2B-t/ State Investment Insurance Co. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 409 California Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets Exceed - - • $360,000. OFFICERS : PETER DONAHUE President. A. J. BRYANT Viee-President. CHARLES H. L USHING, Secretary. Stockholder* and Directors 1» l.os Angeles: JOH* fl. DOWSII, V. P. F. TEMPLE, 1. W. UKLLMAK, O. W. I'HILDS, JoHN JONK3. All Premiums for Insurance aro deposited in l.os Angeles Banks, and loaned upon up proved securities. WM. J. BRODRICK, mylOtf Agent in Los Angeles. LADIES' SUIT EMPORIUM — or — LOS ANGELES. Mrs. Cundifl* A Elten hare Just offered at their residence on New High street near Beaudryis Offlce, an elegant assortment of LADIES'SUITS Just from the East. Indies give us a call and examine our goods. We guarantee satisfaction, as we have and Intend to keep nothing but new Goods of the latest styles. HSW BATHY A MARSHALL'S WHITE CLIFF DAIRY. THE BEST QUALITY OF MILK furnished to families ut prices defying competition. Patronise a young, enterprising Arm, and getTaluo received for your asoaey. Leave orders at WORKMAN IJKOS., OR WITH W. H. MA.RMHAI4XJ, mys-lai Driver of Wagoa. Ladies' Hair Goods. MRS. tIBOIJ.VE HI RTO.V, Lacliew' Ilnii* DroHgcr, BRAIDS, CURLS AND WATER- Fulls kept on hand. Wigs made to order on short notice. Tangled hair straightened, und made into any shape. Perfumes of the finest quality for sale. SHOP ON SPRING ST.. Ja2ot Opposite the Postoffice. LAFAYETTE STORE. PN. ROTH & CO. • NO. 43 Ma w STREET. Wholesale and retail dcal sr nla Gents' Furnishing Goods, Provisions, Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Whiskies. ocMtf FRED DOHS HAS KSMOTBD HIS SHAVING SALOON TO Market Street, Between Main and Spring, adjoining Noyes A Durfees Auction House, where be will be glad to receive bis old friends and many new ones aWBj m Notice to Shippers of Wool. ~yyE ARE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN I lIR4M <.II BILLS OF LADIftQ For wool te New York or Bostoa ey vessels Uoodall, Melton * Perkins' Bteansakla) Line, In eonseetloa with the (.'. P. R. Ib via SAN FRANC Ist*. i. L. WARS A CO., aprs-2ss Agents. Mrs. M. M. EDWARDS, Midwife and Nurse, NO. 0, SECOND STREET, rai . L'sklad tiie Oatbelle Skarsh I HARDWARE, tic. FARMERS ATTENTION ! THE BEST AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AllH SOLD BT laker t Hamilton SAN FRANCISCO. riiin;T MAKE EXPERIMENTS AT I their own expense, und Humeri who buy Machines from tbem or their representatives can rest MSUred they get reliable and tried machinery, and the best obtainable F A « M S3i* m . TUT ONLY THK SWIOEP.STAKK SINGLE GEAR HEADER CHAMPION REAPERS & MOWERS HOLLINQSWORTH'S Wheeled Horse Rakes, PUTS (BUFFALOJ Cal. Threshers & Powers IMPROVED " TIPPIN " WOOD HORSE RAKES VANDIVER CORN PLANTERS SPRING WAGONS STAR MOLINE PLOWS BAIN WAGONS Prices and terms very liberal. TUB LARGEST STOCK OF HARDWARE OJT THE PACIFIC COAST, To whleh we Invite the attendee of tho trade. Our Illustrated Catalogue will be sent free to ull wiio ask for it. apiy-2m H. D. HA SHOWS. WM. C. VX'USBY. H. D. BARROWS & CO., IRONMONGERS. No. 19 Los Angeles street, LUfet AXUEI.ICa, (AL IN ADDITION TO A VARIED ANB GBN erul stock ef Hardware, Metals, LEA. 13 and IRON PIPE, CROCKERY, CORDAGE, Plumbers' and Gasfitters' Goods Wood and Willow Ware, STOVES, PAINTS AND OILS, ETC, ETC, t We would sali;tbe.attentlea ot.ths FARMERS, ORCHARDISTS, MI NERS AND SHEEP MEN Of Seuthera Callferala te ths followlag *I* I X 1A 1. 1 i lCm\: stole Areata far MOLINE PLOWS, Universally conceded te be the best Plow ever made. BUCKEYE MOWERS, Kew Model, all Iron, very Durable aad very popular. Genuine Haines' Headers and Header Wagons. The Celebrated Schuttler Farm Wagon Also, ROBERT SORBY A SON'S KANQAROO SHEEP-SHEARS; FRENCH PRUNING SHEARS; WOSTENHOLM'S CUTLERT; WRIGHT'S PATENT PICKS; DISSTON'S SAWS, ETC. All ef the aboTe we keep constastly on hand in full assertment, and oiler at very Low Prices for Cateli! BsrSt-aAw-tf 11. ». BIBROWI * «•. Carriage Wagon PAINTING i Neatly and promptly dene ut Nos. 24 and 26, Aliso Street, ! Between Los Angeles and Alameda streets. ! Witt THOMAS J. MSRRAY. Furniture, Furniture, ffl Furniture, m • DOHER & BRADLEY ~ F™? (niueccwoM U DOTTER & LORD.) Have now the Largest Stock over brought here. PQ —o — Have just received a large lot directly from the East and cordially invite the Public to examine their Q Goods and price same. \U jy > Carpets, p 0 Oil Cloths, • $ Matting, Et«.« S3t«*f TZt«. o M SIDNEY LACEY, (With DOTTER & BRADLEY,) •« +d pi Is still selling everything In above pd\ S lines at Reduced Prices, and *j guarantee all Work & Goods. • Q H * • Sewing Machines, 0 Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines. «+ 08 DOTTER & BRADLEY ftac] Are still Agnts for th« PQ GROVER & BAKER p ELASTIC AND LOCK STITCH H-i <Q SEWING MACHINES, And would beg leave to call atten- LpJ tlon to the fact that W NEW and DISTINCT Q ° IMPORTANT * Improvements have been added to this Machine RECENTLY, make [*J It past all Competition. — O 86 Main St. 86 ' LOS ANCELEB. Sip of the Big Red Chair, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. VfOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN _13| pursuance of an orderof the Probate Court of tbe County of Solano State of Cali fornia, made on the 28th day of April, A. D. 1874, iv tho matter of the Estate of H. s. HAR RISON, deceased, the Undersigned Adminis trator of said Estate, will sell at private sule, to the highest bidder lor cash,gold coin of tl*C United stales of America, and subject to tbe confirmation of said Probate Court, on rhurs day, ihe 4th day of June, A. 1". 1874, ut Dlxott, iv lite County and State aforesaid, all tile right, title, luteresl and estate of said H. s. Harrison, at the time of his death, ami all the right, title and interest thut the said estate has by ope rut lon of law or otherwise acquired, ol her than or in addition to that of said 11. s. Harrison, at the time of his death, in audio all that lot, piece or parcel of hind, situate, lying and being in the County of Los Angeles, stale of California, and described as lollows, to-wil: 't hat certain trad of land containing one hundred and twenty acres, more or less, cnimni nclng at the southeast corner of land of H. li. wakebam, now occupied by .1 Welch, thence northerly along tbe eastern llUeol land ol said Wakehani, forty chains; thence at rigid angles easterly thirty chains; thence at right angles southerly, forty chains; tbellCC at right angles westerly hetween low n slups t and 0, south range nine west s. B. M. thirty chains to Ihe point of beginning, said Administrator is further authorised to re ceive bids or offers in writing, for said real es tate, to tie delivered to him personally, or Hied in tlie oiiicc of the clerk of the Probate ( on it for the County of Solano. Terms of Sale—Cash, gold coin of tlie United States. Deed at expense of purchaser. J. C. MEHHIFIELD, Administrator Estate of H. s. Harrison. April 2Slh, 1874. inylßta Notice of Assessment. I" OS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY J Publishing and Printing Company. Principal place of business, Los Angeles City, California. Notice Is hereby given Unit at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 2!! th day of April, IS7I, au assessment of sixty per cent per share was levied upon iho capital slock of tbe corpora tion, payable as lollows: Korty per cent im mediately, lot he Treasurer,!''. P, K. Temple, at the Hanking House of Temple A Workman, l.os Angeles City, California; the further sum often percent Oil May o, 1871, to F.P. K. Tem ple, iv the said Hanking House; and the furl her sum of ten per cenl on May 20, 1874. to K. P. K. Temple, al Ihe said Hanking House. Any slock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the .With dayof .May, 1874, will la 1 delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on the Mthday of June. 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, to-, gcther with costs of advertising and expense of sale. That each subscriber be credited on said assessment with tbe amounts already paid In by him on Ins stock to the Treasurer. I. W. LORD, Secretary. Office: Los Angeles, Cal. ap.'lO-luwiw Notice*? CIPHING AND SIXTH STREET RAIL © road Company, i os Angeles, California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the '.Hli day of May, 1874, an assessment of Six Dollars per share wairlevted upon ihe capital stock of the cor poration, payable Immediately to K. P.* P. Temple, at his otlice. Any stock upon winch this assessment shall remain unpaid ou the ELEVENTH DAY OK JUNK, 1874, Will he delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before will be sold on the TWENTY-BE KNTH DAY OP JUNK, 1574, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with coats of advertis ing and expenses of sale. H. M. WIHNEY, President. I. W. LORD, Secretary. May 11, 1874. niyl2-2w Masonic Notice. l.os Angeles Lodge No. 49, F. st A. Jl.— The stated meetings of this Lodge are hold on the first Monday of each month at 7:.i0 P. K. Members of Pentalpha, NO. 202, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing arc cordially in vited. S. C. FOY, \V. M. Chas. Bmitu, Soeretarv. ao2B-tf The Steams Ranchos= ALIKI.I) KOfIINSON. Truster. 512 Market Street, Snu I'raurisco, 4 n|. QO 000 ACRES OK LAND t/l/.\A/V for sale, in lots to suit, suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax. Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable tor Dairying. Good wu'er is abundant at an average depth of xix feet from the surface. On almost every acre of this land PLOWING ARTESIAN wells can be obtained, and tho more ele vated portions can be Irregated by tho water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are niituraliy mxist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TERMS—one-fourth Cashj balance In one, two and three years, with 111 per cent interest. I will take pleasure In showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are invited to come and see iii is extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Muy 24, 187.!. inr;i-tr PAGE & GRAVEL, Successors te Joha fiollsr. Carriage and Wagon MANUFACTORY, Sou. S3, ii and 37 l.os Angeles street. LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAQ he, Wagons and Vehicles of all (VSCKJL kinds, of the BEST MATERIALS, BKBS and en short notice. A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab lishment attuched. »WRepairing neatly unit promptly done. «f».i'rioos Moderate. All work warranted. innT-tf TF YOU WANT A DELICIOUS X dish of STRAWBERRIES OR ICE CREAM, * CALL OK SIMONDS Jc CO., At the PALACE ICE CREAM SALOON, Spring street, opposite the Postoffice. Premium Arctic Soda and a fine stock ol Candles constantly on band. ap.io-tf Montana Meat Market. FROKUNGER A FRANCK. The best and tendorost Meats In the market. None but tho ssS) mm Primost Beef and Mutton over to be found. Note the address—Montana Moat Market, Main Htroot, near First, Los Angeles. HELLMAN, HAAS & CO., Forwarding & Commission MEIICIIAN Tg, HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. I'AIMN, OILS, lIOUHN ANU SAMIH, BLINDS, FARMINO IMPLEMENTS. 14 und M Los Angeles and Coiuuierciul hi LOS ANGKLKS. no Ml C. W. PARKER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, mas open an A FINE ESTABLISHMENT AT No. 66 Main Street HE DOES FINE WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING, ALSO REPAIRING FOR THE TRADE. pptNT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. C'LEKK'S OFFICE, Boaico OF SITKIIVIHOItH, t LOB A.noki.km, May 8, 1874. J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit an Election will be held in Iha various Irrigation Districts of Los Angeles County, to wit: tbe townships ol NAN UAIIKIKL, I.A H.U.LONA, I.U.S MI l iM, El< no s i a , WII.MINUTON. And AEVZA. mi SATURDAY, the 13 th dayof June, A. I>. 1874, vi which lime there will be elected v DIsTRH T OVEHBEEK tor each of said \\ Bier Disi nets. And it is ordered that the qualitli d elec urs in the County of Los Angeles are re quired to voic al such election,in eaeli ofsueii Districts, for one Ovcrteet for the iitspeotive District, And ii Is ftirthor ordered thai the Tolls he opened for the |>vi pose sbecltied In above Pro clamation, at the lollouing-iiumid «»|uci s: A/.t /.A, nt tiie house ol' lease Justice. Inspector J. W, I usey. Judges W. \V. Muxey uuil j. W. Tuggnn. :I. MU Vl'i:,nt tiie lioune ol W. 1.. lauMi inspector A. J. Koi n. Judges \V. L. Junes and Asa Kills. IMS KIEI'OB, at the School House ut tjiiillutiu. Inspector Ed, Pleasants Judges J. il. twrlte unu ueo. Cole, LA IIALLONA, nt the house ol I ran- Olaeo Macluido. Inspector John I). Young. Judges Anderson Hose and ii. n. Gird. SAX <. v 11 a . at the house or 11, E. Hall. Inspector I). K. Hall Judges E. H. Jotusand l. H.Titus WILMINGTON, nt the School House tit (ompioii. Inspector J. E. McComas. Judges U. D. Compton and .1. .1. Morion. By order ol the Hoard of Supervisors, myll-ld A. W. PO'iTH, Cb rtt. $8,000 Reward. Si atk or California, ) EXECUTIVE 1-IKI'ARTH BUT, r Sacramento. .Muy 8, 1871. J "\\riIKRKAS -ON AUGUST TWKN'i V >V Sixth, A. D„ 187J, near tbe Town of Hoillster, in this state, several murders wets perpetrated oy one TIRBUCIO VASQUEZ, ami by men associated with him ami sup posed to be Under liis control; and notwit h staudlng a proclamation offering uhut;e re ward for tiie apprehension of the murderers, they are Still al large and are engaged in vio lating tlie laws anil committing crimes iv the southern part of this Slate; Now, therefore, revoking the proclamation of 8-,oitl or g.t.tmo reward issued January 24, 1874, liy virtue of authority in me vested, and in pursuance of a special law enacted for the purpose of arresting una punishing the suni criminals, 1, NEWTON BOOTH, Governor of Ihe State of California, do hereby oiler a KK WARD OE EIUUT THOUSAND DOLLARS for Hit) arrest of tiie said TIRBUCIO Y.AS OUEZ, payable upon his being delivered alive to the Sberifi ol the county of Monterey; and i do urtherproclaim that if, during au attempt to arrest him,he Khali make suea re sistance as to endanger the persons or live* of whomsoever may arrest him, and shall in consequence thereof be killed,! offer a RE WARD OK SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS, payable upon proof of bis death und the cii cumstances attending It, to the man or men who may have killed hun. Only one of the above-named rewards will be paid. If Tirbu cio Vasques shall he necessarily killed, the said sum oi jfii.owi will he paid; ii lie he arrest ed and delivered to the Sheriff of Monterey county, alive the said sum of ss,OOU will be paid. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand anu caused the great Seal of the Slate to he affixed, at the cltf of Sacramento, California, this eighth day of May, a. d. ISTt. Attest: NEWT. N BOOTH, Governor, DuvitT Mki.onk, Decretory of state. myU sod SUMMONS. IN THK DISTRICT COURT OK TUB Seventeenth Judicial District, statu of Lullloruia, In und for the OOUUIy of l.os An geles, m. I homes, T. A. Gary, I. M. smith and T>. Lewis, piaintltfs, vs. Isaac Bradley, deieud ant. Action brought in the District Court of tbe Seventeenth Judicial District of the state of California, in and for the County of Los Angel, s, and the complaint tiled in said County of Los Angeles, in the otlice of tlm Clerk ot said District Court. The people of the Stats of California send gicetlug to Isaac Bradley, defendant! You are hereby required to appear in an action brought agaiust you i>y the above named phuntitt's, in thu District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of California, lv and lor the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint. Hied therein, within ten days [exclusive of the day of servicej after tbe service on you of this summons—it served within tut* county; or, it' served out of this COUlliy, but in IbiS district, Within twenty days; otherwise, With in tony days, or judgment by default will t.o taken against you, according to tiie piuyerof said complaint, 'i lie said action is bioughtlo obtain a judgment of tins court that defend ant may be required to set forth his claim to thut part of lot No. :J, block No. 2, of linn cock's survey of donmion lots in Los Angeles City, California, bounded by Adams St.eel, New Mam street, and on the southwest by lands of Grolck, and on the northwest by boundary line of lot No, ti; and that Ins claim may be determined by a decree of tins Court. That it be decreed Unit defendant bus no estate or claim in said land, ami that plain tiflS 1 title be decreed good and valid. That defendant be forever barrfd from setting up any claim to said premises or any part there of. That plaint ill* have general relief and costs. And you art hereby notified that If you fall to appear aUd answer tho said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiffs will cause your default to be entered, and will apply to the Court lor relief doinandwd in this com- I lalnt. i,—' —,) Given under mv hand and the Seal - skal .'-of the District Court of the Seven (—, —'J teenlta Judicial District ofthe State of California, in and for the County of Los An geles, this id day ol March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven ly-iour. A. W. POTTO, Clerk. By c. w. OouLi), Deputy Clerk. A true copy. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By C. W. IiOUXD, Deputy Clerk. niv«-2m K. M. W'idnkv, Plaintiffs' Attorney. Sheriff's Sale. LfNDER AND BY VIRTUE! OP AN KXE- I culion issued out of the District Courlof tiie Seventeenth Judicial District ol the State of California, in and for Lis Angeles county, to me directed, and delivered on the 12th day of May, 1874, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the ltith day of May, A. D., 1870, In favor of Edward Bouton, plaintiff, agaiust, Wm. Tileston et al., defendants, I have levied upon and shall on SATURDAY, THK SIXTH DAY OK JUNK, A. 1)., 1874, at 11 o'clock, noon, proceed to sell at the Court House door, in the City und County of Los Angeles, State of California, a: public auction,to the highest and best hidder.for bash in U. S. gold or silver coin, to satisfy said Judgment, together with al! costs und expenses of sale, und accruing costs; ull the rigbt,title and In teres! of tho de fendants, or oither of them, which they had on the said 161 L day of May, A. 1)., 1870, or af uny time thereafter, in and to the following described real estate, to-wit; The southeast quarter of section —li—twelve, township—l— one s. ii , range—l2—twelve west, and tho BOUthwc*. quarter of section—7—seven, township—l -<me south, range —11 —eleven west, San Bernardino meridian, in the County of Los Angeles, Stute of California. Given under my hand this 12th day of May, 1874. WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. mvl4td PUBLIC NOTICE. CIONSUMERS OK WATER OK THE LOS J Angeles City Water Company, residing eastol Hill, New High und. Caslelar streets, will please lake NOTICE, That they will only be allowed the use of water for gardens between the hours of 7 and U A. M., and 4 and 6 i\ M., on and alter this dale. Any violation of this rule, which will ho strictly enforced, will be met by cutting offthe water. Nor will nnycensumer be allowed to furnish water for building pur poses without leave of the Superintendent. Plumbers will please take notice that they will not be allowed to place bath-tubs oi water-closets in any premises without first notifying the superintendent, 0. E. MILES, Superintendent. Los Ampules, May 8, 1874. my7if IN THE PROBATE COURT OK THE Couutyof Los Angeles, Stute of Califor nia. In the mutter of the estate of Martin Jasse, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator ol the estute of Martin Jasse, deceased, to the creditors of and all persol having claims against the suid deceased, U exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after tho first publication ot this notice, to the said administrators ut the offlce of MeConmll, Whitney A King, in Downey's Block, Main street, in the City af Los Angeles. Dated nt Los Angeles, April, 1874. apgMw BAPTISTK JASSE. NOTICE. THE ANNUAL MEETING FOB THK election of Directors of the Petroleum Refining Company will be held at the otlic o of the Secretary on TUESDAY, JUNE 2d, ut 4 o'clock, r. m. By order of the President, mayl-law-tw D, L. PEEL, Secretary.