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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SUNDAY TULY Ift, 1874. —rnnwii in in iii,iuii»j: POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. hi%sterr>, Snn Francisco and Northern Tele graph stage Line—Arrive al 2:40 P. M.; close at 10::*) M. Letters intituled lor registry must lie presented before 10 A. M. Co isi Llm —Stations between San FfnDClscO and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara Ar rive at 10:80 X M.; closes at IhOO P, M. Ban Diego Line San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capisfrano, etc.—Arrives at !2 M., closes hi jfcSg P. M. So'ithern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Trl-Weekly rfer vice Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri tav at I.' M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday .mi Saturday; Mail closes at 3:30 P. M. Korthorn Arizona -Prescott, Wiekenberg and Way sun ions—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day nnd Friday; 'mail closes at 2 30 P. M. San Bernardino and Way stations—san U i hriel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives I 10:40 P. M.j closes at 2:30 P. M. Wilmington and Wav Stations—Arrives at 0:1(1 A. Mm closes at 3:30 P. M. C irro Gordo. Lone Pine and Havilah— Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2:40 P. M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur day; closes al I0:3n A. M. Domestic and Foreign Money Order Oil: ■ Open from 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. It., except on Saturday, when ofllce closes at 3:00 P. M. San Francisco Office Hours—B:oo A. M. to 7toß P. M. On Sundays the office will be open for one hour niter the distribution of the Eastern mull. 11. K. W. BENT, P. M. ■■■■■ii ni m «j.-"--si - iiiiFi.fmr' | ii^r:'-t T iTrn"r" wr^ City and County Official Directory. City Directory. 1, It. TOBERMAN Mayor Ollice, No. 43 Spring st reet. U. F. 11 aktlef Marshal and Chief of Police ( uliee. No. 4j Spring street. geu. it. BUTLER City Treasurer Office. Fashion .-.tables, Main street. A. W. lIITToN City Attorney tilllcc, No. 50 Temple Block. M. KREMER City Clerk OlllcCjNo. 40 Spring streel. Wm. c. Moore CltySurveyor Otliee, Cor. Spring und First streets. Dr. W. T. LUCKY City Supt. Pub. Schools J. H. McKEE, m. D Health Officer Otliee, .No. 1, Spring street,- up stair-. Common Council: F. SABICHLPMS., W. 11. WORKMAN, EDWARD HI'BE it, E. F. De CEI.IS, JOSE M \SCARFL, P. BEAUDItY, JACOB GEKKIN, H. DOCKWEILER, JULIAN CHaVIS JULIAN VALDEZ. Meets every Thursday p. H. Nt 3 o'clock, at lis room, 40 Spring street. Chamber of Commerce; S. LAZARD, Phf.s., I. W. LORD, sec, S.C.CASWELL,Treas. John g. Downey, r.m. widney, j.m.griffith, n j.newmark, 11. w. hellman, p. beaudry, c. c. Ups, j. 8. griffin. Hoard of Education: H. D. barrows, President. M. KREMER, Sec'v. o. W. SMITH. WM. U. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY. County Directory. A. W. POTTS Co. Clerk nnd Clerk of Courts J. W. GILLETTE Co. Recorder and Auditor T. E. ROWAN Co.Treasurer W. R. ROWLAND...Co. Sheriff and Tax Coll. GEO. H. PECK Co. Supt. of Schools DIONICIO BoTILLEit Co. Assessor L. sEBOLD Co. Surveyor Board of Supervisors: GEO. HINDS, Chnirman, J. N. GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY, F. PALOM ARES, F. MACHAC* >, JUAN J. CARILLO, Interpreter, Regular Meetings—First Monday of each month. Jutticlnl Directory: Y. SEPULVEDA District Judge Terms of Court—First Monday oi* Feb., May., Aug., and Nov. 11. K. s. O'MELVENY...Jndge of Probate and < ounty Courts. Terms of Court—First Monday of Ja::., Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov. D .BICKNELI 1 list. Court (lommlssloner i Mice, No. 89, Tempie Block. Justices* Courts: WM. H. GR.\Y...Temple Block, over W. F. A Co.'s Ollice. JOHN TRAFKORD.... Downey Block, Temple Street. I.on Ansrcle* Library Association: J. R. MCDONNELL President J. 0. LITTLEFIELD Librarian Library, Downey Block. National Ofllelale. H. K. W. BENT Postmosti r PostofHce, Temple Block. ALFRED JAMES Reg. V. S. Land Otliee J. W. HAVERSTICK....Rec. I". S. Land Office Temple Block. J. O. WHEELER....Dept, Coll. V. S. Int. Rev. Otliee, No. 48, Temple Block. J. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Gauger I Mtice. No. 4«, Temple Block. J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. S. Marshal New High street. B. C. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner Office, Nos. '.'8 and 28, Temple Block. JACOB A. MOURENHAUT French Consul Main street. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. t'OLn hi:i>urt. San Fhancisco, July 1.-. Gold, 110^. Green bacas—Buying, 91; selling, 91 1 *ia«i Francisco MnrUcl.t—By Telegraph. San Pbaxcisco, July 17. FLOUR—Jo 25(33 75. WHFAT—SI 00,0 75. BARLEY—New, 81 Oa&l 75. OATS—SI 50<U 6.1. rye—ti io®ll &( »- HAY—ill 00.ill. WOOL—S2B £32. ONIONS— CORN—BI 05682 00. HOPS-20C. COTTON— SWA. POT VTOES-81 SO fl 70. BUTTER—243B2O. CHEESE—I2(ijISc. FOGS-20a21c. per doz. PEACHES— WW* 50 * box. FKiS—;(7f<isoo. V Ih. HONEY—lsdi27: y c. "Plb. Freight List. The fol ling ii the list of freight which ar rived from snn Fraici-c'i, per steamer Orl sabs, July 18 tbl At: C 181 A Winkler 2 A Ashbrand 1 A Wappbleorsb - B A O CO C Know I ton 1 C V H A Co fi C M 14 C M 14 C Co IT HJ Canty l Djs Crawford l X L 1 X Arzagu 1 X F Howard II U C Co 31 H H Co 41 HA .1 1 H*Jl a & J 1 II M A Co 28S J M A Co 40 J Capp i> Jos Bridger 4 Jno Mi ll ner. 1 I Crant 3 X FI 85 Li L 171 S A C 12 s A B 12 I. & R 12 I, Jacobs 1 L>Slmon 1 M A C M Mrs Hever 2 X Jacobs 7 P B 4 l' Kern 2 it Leon 8 s * n v T w Temple 1 T P P l W a Brawn 18 WA c as W S 9 W X A Co 41 ll M Bailey h T Harris 2 I Kirkpatriek. 42 The following ll the list Of freight which ar rived from Ban Francisco, per steam r Sen ator, July 18th: A Winkler 2; A llonelle 7 AHW lAmericun Bakery... 12 C Bsode 18 0W X * 38 D Wilier 1 k Mcver. 1 X L 1 F Vassallo II Franknid A Bros 2 Olbary 1 II l>U A Co «n H K.cter 2 H X Co 302 I G 11 J Cappe 1 J A M 1 J M A Co 10 J C P 10 X 20 L J Kose h}6 I.Mayer 3 l, Migel 1 M W 0 30 M 0 1.-, N P 6 jn Sing 57 P P .II I' Phillips « R A H U KAO 12 It II King A Bro 7 ■ A B 1 S H 2 \\ II S 3 WC 1 W FA Co 2 1» Fl -ros 1 II NACo 2k) M J Fauna 1 Exports. July 18—2 blooded bucks, 2 cra'.ts scrap skins, 75 c wine, 1 sewing machine, J£ but liquor, bhl wine, Ibs lemons, Isk crabs. Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, . Fi.orn— lOnloiis 2 .»0 Extraf bbl...| «25 Nails, v keg t> 24 Snpciflne sty<4 BV,!t"nctT— Bacon,%) lb 12V.05 " Can'd $doa 450 Hams 12VU7 Asu'd Jellles_.4 'i of> 00 Lard 12 , i,14 DRtlO— Si ia au— Apples H&» • crusiied il' v Peaches '■> Island No. 1 10 " Grapes | Coflt-e, 23 Potatoes,'cc; ii 2 > Corn ,<a cental Sft Salt— Barley 75 Common .... i 50 Wheat 125 Liverpool,... 2 ci» Butter, fib 85 Candles, ( > 1b... 18,<(35 Cheese l:;V.j Candles 15 ,18 s«isscheese- Brooms, Mdoa 8 375 Codiish 11 Liquors, v etc Btaig Salmon o'.'''i7 CXOAKfl — Mackerel 14 Dom'cVKOO ?5 ,i 5 Tea 87(975 Imported do 120.u2iki " Green 1 (iv Powm:n— starch 12.. Mining.Vkg 4"O Tobacco, M(sl 00 Canned 7c(j*fl Beans. -'1 « !.. | fIS Fuse. \ MOOII. .. 82 no Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beef. iv ~v2c Second class ifsc Prime mutton s . lis Veal 12)40 Prime cattle Sir*!''2i Good sheep 92(fi'250 Chickens, perdoa so-.7 Ducks, per doz $(K<B "in Turkeys, lier poUBd dressed 22 i2.JC Geese, " " •< L'"ie Fresh Salmon, p'.r lb £0 7'c I REITS. Oranges, lier doz 7">c Lemons, per oos 73 soc Dried apples, per !h "luc 1 ire l pears, per It, joe Dried peaches, peril, I'ic Fresh strawberries ft it, |Jj , Fresh tomatoes H lh 2 le Cherries, %f th 2H js'c A prieols. Fido/. 10/!- C Siring beans. %} v tie Green Corn,',-) doz 12'..e Apples,'[! box 16(1W2 Pears, f bundled 80«7Sc Walei melons, VI dozen 2 50 ; : CO VEGETABLES. Turnips, per it, lc Asparagus, per t) 12' v c Cabba c, per tt> 4 Carrots, per 100 lb f.t Ul New onions, '[< tb L" (ps Green peas, per tt lOc Radishes, per doz ftc Lettuce, per head Do GROCERIFS. COFFEE—Mocha o:'.;e Java oi'jC Costa Rica 200 TEAS—Black 50c 3 ; 100 Japan 02V6c@*l 00 Green i«j Butler 3.'.c Eggs, per doz :.7c Cheese, per It, 2d .:f <• Brown sugar PJ i n 12! . c Refined sugar J-". r«l3c strained honey .s.,E" c Canvassed hams 2nc Los Angeles hums I.V Extra family Hour, f) bbl fp! 00 Superfine -ii "ni Graham S" 01) Mixed feed f\ 100 lbs Si (Hi Cracked corn V luu lbs si GO Corn meal $2 GOtjfS Pearl barley V< lbs 8! jC Split peas O' .^e WINES." Cucamongo, v gal, 4 yrs ji t>o i'ort wine, " " 1 25 Angelica, " " 1 25 Walnut brandy,*B gal R fiii Ralnsevain wine bitters, v gal 1 25 Cal. white wine, V gal. 5 yrs 75 Aguadlente, v gal. 3 yrs 1 75 Thermometrical Record. According to the plan of the Smithsonian In stitute. Kept especially for the HERALD by Brodrick* Co. Jri.v, 17, 1874. 9 A It 74° | 2 P. M 81" | 9 P. M 73" Average 76". FOR SALE TO LET. Los Atujeles Petroleum Refining Co AT A MELTING OF THE DIRECTORS of the Los Angeles Petroleum Refining Company, the Secretary was authorized to sell a limited amount of the Company's -lock. Parties wishing to purchase slock are re quested to call ut Temple A Workman's Bank, where they will be accommodated. By order of tin- Board. B. L. PEEL, Secretin-. . June 17,1571. jn2S tf-i " Paying Over 35 Per Cent, a Year. A MIRY BUSINESS FOR SALE, CON- T\ sis'ing of SO acres, situated one-half mile outside Los Angeli s city limits, With im provements thereon, four horses, two wagons, thirty-live good dairy cows, with a godd cash paying milk route, etc. Prloe,B6^soo. For further particulars apply to 11. HAM MEL, Jyll-lm— U.S. Hotel. A BARGAIN — UI.CIM TAHITI ORANGE, Malaga, Mesilla and Sicily Lem ons, and AcapulcO Lime Seedlings, in boxes. The above are one-year-old seed lings, except the Limes, which are ol various ages, and the entire lot will be sold cheap for ca-h, in order to make room (Or grading the lots which they now oc cupy, by the undersigned, on Hill street near Firs I. A. S. SPENCER. Jc27-lm-3' 4 i(-| rT »T-SECOND HAND PIANO—RA OA I fj veu A Bacon makers, for sale. Inquire Of Mrs. Llisle C. Baker, Music teacher, S9Spr ng sit., or i f J. E, Cohen, witli Harris A Jaooby. JyB-tf—2 rpo LET—A nicely furnished and pleasanl _L ly situated room, with or without board al E. Dunbar's, west side of Hill street, be tween Second and Third. Je 14-tf— 1 MM—P——WIM—MPgI'IC ML NOTICE. ■\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP plication will be made to the Mayor and Common council of tbe City of Los Angeles, at the next regular meeting of said Council to.beheld on the 23d day of July, 1874. lor a quit claim deed to Joseph Muilallyof all the right, title and interest, of said city, iv and lo all that certain lot or parcel of land in the City of Los Angeles, state if California, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point on the east side of Eternity street at the northwest comer of land Of Ygnacio Sepulvedn. thence South 73V', BuSl along line of said Sepulvedn 207 feet; thence north 2V, east 700 leet to a gully; thence north west 135 feet along Said gully to eastern line of Eternltv street; thenoe south 28]. , west along eastern line of Eternity Street 74"> leet to place of beginning. Excepting so much thereof as was conveyed by the Uity of Los Ang. ies to A. Olvera, by deed recorded In book 82, pageos, in County Recoruer's office, of i.os Angeles county. The petition, abstract of title and map of said properly, are now on tile in the ollice of IlieCieik ofsald common Council, and al I parties Interested tberelu must file their ob jections, If any they have, in writing, with the said Clerk at least one day before the regular session of said Council next alter the flrsl publication of this notice. Los Angeles, July lsih, IS"4. JydJßd—3 M. KIIEMER, Ci'y Clerk. THE B^IVBI. wm. woiiii.iiax. f. r. k. nam ■ TEMPLE & WORKMAN IJANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, issue their Certificates and transact a GLNEKAI. BANHIXU UI'.MNENK. DWW ON THE LOKDOK AND SAN FRANCISCO BARK ,'LIWITCD]. AT SAN FRANCISCO Exchange for sale on Nmv Yorh, EfnmbuVoi London, lierlin aird E*nria, Frernkfort. Legal Tenders, Bullinn, Gold Dust and Gov ernment, Stale, County and City Bonds bought ami sold. Receive valuables for safe keep lIK. —10 F. & M. L. A. rpHE ANNEAL MEETING of the itock- X holders of tho Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles will be held nt tl.i ir ofllce, ln this city, on THURSDAY, i i of July next. Los Angeles, June 28,1571. c27-td-2 ISAIAS HKt.LM NV.Cn«hU . Good Obetaoe. FOR SALE—A LARGE LOT OF NEW Wagons of every description at VERY LuW prices. Apply at alisoshop. my9l-3ss it. uitA\i». MISCELLANEOUS. The Grangers' Favorite and Champion of the West. WHEELER & WILSON l M PROVED DRAW-FE ED SEWING MACHINES Is Noiseless, Sews Faster, Run* Lighter, Him Sntlw Mechanical simplicity ttiuu nny other Machine in (lie World. TH L M IN X Fit AT LONDON, 18G2; PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1C73. . DISTINGUISHED HONORS. wohi.d's Exposition, Vienna, is?:!. "Tho Emperor of Austria has conferred iuc [mperlal i >rder >>r Francis Joseph on the Hon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President of the eel*, hraied Wheeler a Wilson Sawing Machine Company of New fork." The Rut Is the ciikapest. Buy no other machine Ulltll yoU have seen the DRAW FKED WHEELER A WILSON. It will last al retime. Every purchaser made a perfeel operator. All nfachlnes guaranteed and sold on easy terms. Sewing Machines repaired and war ranted to givesatisiaction. Keep on.nand all the Extras and Attach ments, such as Tuck Markers, Binders, Rulllers, Uemmers, Hlppors,Needles,Oil,etc., etc. Also all colors of Sewing Machine silk nn I of the BEST SEWING MACHINE SPOOL t i ITTON In the maiket. Prices lower than any other house. Special attention given to orders - nt to EDMUND DOAK, No. 1 Spring street. I.os Angeles, Cal. jylO tim—36 TO^AN~Fi^tWCISCO In Id** Hours. CNL.Y 170 MiLES OF STAGING. TELEGRAPH STAGE LINE PROM LOS ANGISLGS TO 8 A, TV IT ItANCIS C O. PASSENGERS LEAVING LOS ANGELES by southern Pacific Railroad, at 11:80 a. H., connect with the Telegraph stage Line, running Concord coaches, leaving San Fran cisco daily for I 'el a no, connecting with trains of Central Pacific Railroad for Stockton, Sac ramontO, San .lose and San Francisco. Wishing to visit Yosemite nnd R'g Tree Groves can procure tickets lor the round trip at the oiliee. Passengers for HAVILAH, X ERNVILLE, LONE PINE, INDEPENDENCE, and CERRO GORDO i Connect at Bakersfield with the Telegraph Stage Company's Eastern Line. For Ttirough Tickets—allowing 80 days lay over—and ot her Information,apply to Los Angeles ofiice Telegraph stage Line, United States Hotel. WM. HAMILTON, WM. <i. ROBERTS, Proprietors. WM. HAMILTON, General Bup't. ap:ill-.tni—Hi W. A I'I'LKTON. Auent. Local Option Election Proclamation. fTTHE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE _L county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, give notice tiiat in pursuance of an Act entitled "An Act to permit the voters of every township or Incorporated city in this state to vote on the question of granting license to sell Intoxicating liquors," approved .March 18th, IST 1, aud petitions having been. Hied in accordance witli the requirements of Section one of said Act. from the townships of Los Nietos, and Wilmington and from the incor porated town of Wilmington- It. is ordered that a special election be held iv said township Of Los Nletos, and in the said township of Wilmington In Compton Precinct, and In the township of Wilmington In Wilmington Precinct, for Ihe Incorporated town of Wilmington, nn Thursday, the r;:h day of August next, between the hours of 8 A. m., and sunset of that day, at which elec tion the qualified electors throughout said townships and said incorporated town of Wilmington are to vote upon the question of "Liquor License," or "No Liquor License " Those who are not hi favor of granting li cense shall have written or printed on their ballot "Against License," Those Who are in favor of granting license shall have written or printed on their ballots, "For License." Il is alio ordered that said election shull be held iv the following places, and the follow ing named persons are appointed Inspectors and Judges tor said precincts, tor ihe election tO be held us above, to wit) i.os X ictus Election Precluct—al school house; fj.il. Boyd, Inspector: James King. Jell Hick, Judges. Silver Election Precinct—nt school house; a. \V. Ryan, Inspector j W. P. McDon ald, Henry Hatumertou, Judges. Compton election Precinct—at school house; g. D. Compton, inspector; J. F. McCoinas, Loben Orr, Judges. Wilmington Election Precinct —for the incorporated town of Wilmington, at school house; 11. Vanvalkenbcig, Inspector; G. li. Keyes, d. \v. Alexander, Judges. In witness whereof I have hereunto set mv hand and affixed, tin- seal of the Comity Court, this llth day of July .v. D., Is7l. Isi-al.) a. W.POTfS, County Clerk, and ex-offiolo Clerk of Board of Supervisors. Jyli'-td) . NOT ICE, rpin: SAN PEDRO IRRIGATING COM* X puny, principal place of buaiuesa be na Lump ion Los Angeles county, suite r»f Cali fornia. Notice—There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on uccouir. of as sessment levied on tlie '1 id day of May, 1874, the several amounts set opposite the names of ihe respective shareholders as follows: NAM K. No. Cer. No. Sh's. Assm't. John g. Hathorn... 1 1 ,« ~ k,j A. M. Hough li 1 1111 Alfred Higbie 15 1 -| s.j Geo. W. Flood 10 1 |Q s;i John W Gains 'Al 1 2 88 Harry Smith &i I t~, im J. li Vasburg S I it ul Geo. Howard 89 1 j,, nj And in ace irdance with the law, and an or der ofthe Hoard of Directors, made on the 23d day Of May, 1874, so many .shares of each par cel of such slock as may be necessary will be sold at lOS ollice of the Secretary of said cor poration, in Compton, said county and state, on the LUIli day of July, |»74, between ihe hours af 11 o'clock A. It, mid 5 o'clock p, m. of said day, to pay delinquent assessments I here on, together with costs of a Ivertlslng and ex penses of the sale. c. W. TWISS, Secretary. Compton, Los Angelas county, State of Call fornia, July :i, ISV4. ly.Klw- s SOMETHING NEW. rfIHE IUNDERSIGNED has BEEN IP -1 pointed solo agent for the sale of the 0 lchruted Barnett's Zinc and Platina Pens. These Pens arc now u>i dalmost unlvt rsallv t icy me warranted non-corrosive. Price, 1250 i> r gross, samples gratis. ii 17-lffi« BAM. HELLMAN. W. H. Mitchell's LIVERY S T AliL E I CIENTKR STREET, ANAHEIM, c.vr,.- ! ' Having thoroughly refitted my Every' stable, i urn prepared to furnish .-addle H- roes or Single and Double Teams, on short notice. I oiler great inducements to Travel ers. Horses kept by the day week or month, formsreasonable. JvlStf !■ , MISCELLANEOUS. F. It. WOMUtAS. WM. It. WORKMAN*. Workman Bros., Mantinicturcrs and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, Will P», SADDLERY WARE, ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND QENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Satchels nml Villi non. Always on hand. Fine 4'nrrlaice, It n SSI' nnd Tciim HARNESS AND SADDLES, of our own Manufacture constantly on hand. We ure prepared to Offer Great I mince* mei-'s to Purchaser*. >t* rs* Repairing promptly and carefully attended to. Come and see us, nt the of the lii-J Horse. 7ti Main street, Los All .'cli s, Cul. junl-5 Ceo. Wood & Co's PARLOR AND VESTRY ORGANS CANNOT HE EXCELLED BY ANY other make. Liberal terms offered by Wm. C. BADGER, Sol" Agent on the Pacific Coast, San Francisco I. E. COIIA, TTt .VA* ELING AGE NT. GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF A.lameclrt and Fix-flit Sis., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at 542 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " " They constantly keep on hand DOORS. WINDOW'S, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC np'.'B-ti—o i Ea F. FISHEK. T.. W. THATCH Fit. Tito Grvangex'ts Hay of" FISHER & THATCHER roimnitl.V E. E. FISHER & CO. Wm make specialties of line Watches, Jew eiry. iiiainoiuis, silverware, Clocks, Specta cles, etc. We make all kin.ls of solid gold jewelry, set diamonds, enameling in all col ors, gliding, cnsraviiiK in ever sty ie oftlic art. Etru-ean jewelry ina<io and repalred, restored or recolored. Solid irolil chains made to or der. Old chains repaired anil iceoloied to look like new. All kinds of watch work made ; from a screw lo a peri'eelly adjusteil watch Prices lower than the lowest, lor quality of goods and wink. FHHE R A TH ATCHKR, jy i ti— o Mauutaciur -ts, 67, Main St, PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS JMCAN UPACTOBY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. importer, manufacturer, wholesale nnd re tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery and Har- 1 ness. The tiest brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, alway son hand and lor sale at wholesale and retail. TN'o. 1 7 Los A.ngclea tit reset. LOS ANGELES, CAL. nol.Vtf—B -V. ULYABD 11. i. RV w a DAILY EXPRESS LINE TO S VNT" .V M ONIC A.. CaVl'ylUtf I'liswusfiTS and Good*. ! Leaving Los Angelas each day at7:9oa. K.i leaving SautaMonica each dsyat3:3UP. m.; calling at Pico House, Lafayette, Clarendon and L. S. Hotels. JunJiitl- .;):, LOS ANGELES DRUG STOIIIS LAFAYETTE HLOt'H. DR. L. TERR V\S~ NEW' STORE AND NEW DRUGS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, PEBFUMERIES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES, in short, every art Ids usually found in a drua store. Jeltf--a CAROLINE C. BURTON HAS JEST RETURNED FROM SAN FranciscoViih the largest assortment ol XI.VIIi GOODS, Ever offered for sule ill this city, comprising Hair Switches, from $5 upwards, Puffs, Curls, Waterfalls, Etc. Also MOHAIR GOODS Of every description. Je3stf-3H No. « sprint'st. opp. Postofflce. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s T.TJ>riJii:rt YABDB I — A Nil — PLANING MILLS, No. 10 Couimercial street, near Rail road nejHir. inr.o-i; . MISCELLANEOUS. DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, OPPOSITE! THK COURT BOUSE, Loh Angeles. Dunsiiioor Bros. proprietors. rpm: FOLLOWING W A PARTIAL LIST _L <>t articles we nr« now aellliig at extreme ly low pricei I |00 Picture Albums, at SI ro Pine Portfolios, at i 00 Reticules 1 no IjuJios' Work Boxes 1 00 Joseph's ami Alexanders Kid Gloves per pair , 1 00 Beautiful Writing Desk* I DO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OT BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OTP" AXiXi liINDS. Euii assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs. Coliars, Ciinvi, Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Oents' Drawers and Shirts, at «1 00 Chlldrens' Dresses,ai i iv Ladles'and Genta'liats,al 1 im tients' Pine White and Calico Shirts, at... i 00 Gents' Wool Over Shirts, al i en 'two Under shirts, at 1 ou Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 100 Linen t 'oat, Pants and vesrreacli, at i no Vases, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Pocket Cutlery, Etc. Also a splendid assort inent of Brackets and Rustic Frames, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. flint Glass Table Set, 0 pieces, for (I 00 in Goblets, Flint Uluss. for l 00 \i Tumblers, " " I no l Wine set, tor ! uu 1 Large Lamp, cuni| leie I oo Silver plated, live-bottle, Dinner t u»toi... 1 00 Sherwood, Witv-tramo, three-buttle, llietikfast Castor 1 f0 12 Large Tea Plates 1 00 6 Good Knives anil Forks l On 8 Good Table Spoous i 00 A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT J A Its, uml COVERED JELLY GLASSES, always on hand ami for sale at the lowest possible price, Also n countless variety of other articles of every description. Call and examine our Stock at tlie DOLLAR STORE, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, ON MAIN" ST je 23-gm—B7 FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter A Lord), Havo now tho Largest Stoclt ever brought hero. Wave just received a large lot directly from l he Fast, nml cordially invite the pub lc to examine their goods and price same. Carpets, Oif Cloths, batting, Ktc. BJtc. El©. Nidnev I j»cs<?y, (Witli Dotter & Bradley;, Is still selling everything in abovo lines at Reduced Prices, and Guarantees Work and Ccods. j Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, ! DOTTER & BRADLEY Are slill Agents for the GROVER Sc BAKER ELASTIC' LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would bos leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR TYovr and Dlartiiiot ami Important Improvements have been added to this) Machine recently, making it past ull competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 85 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bis Bed Chair. tflO EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE Emerson Pianos. HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY, I now resume my business, heretofore uouducted by J. D. Patrlek, und have Just or deied a fresh Instullmemofihose SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS, Of Which there lias been more Sold Within the nsi six months In this city than of ail ethers put together. Also Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey and Mason & Hamlin Organs For sale on easy Installments. Pianos and Organs for rent GEO, A. ARMSTRONG, At Photographic Parlors,Downey Block. j ly.t 1 in —i SEALED PROPOSALS. ci.ekk's Office, BoardofSupsitvtsoßa, i Los Angeles, State of California. / IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ORDER ot saui Board, notice Is hereby given thai nealed proposals wiil be received at ibis offlee, until Monday, August Oth, 1874, at in o'clock A. M , the lime tixeil for Opening the same, to bulla a road through the sun Francisqulto Cation. Specifications on file in the Clerk's oiiiee. The Board reserves tbe right to lejecl any or all bids, as the public (rood may re quire. Proposal ato be directed to said Board, anil Indorsed "Proposals for huildlui; load through the san Pranclsmilto Caflon." A. W. POTTS, Clerk. Los Angeles, July llth, IS7I. jylL'-td ' Special Notice. rill IE BOARD OF SUPER VISORS of LOS A Angeles county gITC notice thut they will be iii session as a hoard of Equalisation ou Wednesday, July 15 h, 1874, to hear com plaints in regard to assessments, ah parties interested will act accordingly. A. W. DOTrs. Clerk. Las Ange)es,July latii. 1874. jyii td-a LECAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. ADMINIsTRvTOI'.'S SALE OF REAL KH I A I E —Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order id' Ihe probate Court of the county of Los Angel - ; . state of California, made on the 6th day oi July, 1871, in the matter oi the estate of Pierre Kichard, deceased, tho undersigned, the administrator of the said estate, will sell at private sal", to the highest bidder, forcash, gold coin of the united states of America, and subject io con firmation by said Probate Court, on Thurs day, Ihe gOtn day of July, IST I. at lii o'clock v., of said day, all the right, titie, Interest, ami estate of the said Pierre Richard at the time of bis death,and ail the right, title, und in terest that the said estate has, by operation of law of otherw se acquired other than, or In addition to, that ofthe said Pierre Richard at tbe lime of Ills death, ill and lo all that c a tion tot, piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and being In the city and county of I.os An geles, state of California, and hounded nnd > desert bed as 10l lows, to-wit: Beglnnlngnn the north side of Bpi hiu si ret at the southeastern eoi nor of tho lot of Allen, thenceSOUtb fronting on said Spring sir. " i i feet 4 Inches to a point; thence westerly to New High streets thence north along New High street 11 foot I inches to said lot Of Allen; t hence eastei ly along said lot io spring street, the point of commencement being No. A on said spring street. The olds or offers must be In writing, to lie left at the office of Stanford a* Ramirez., Tem ple itlock, Los Angeles city, at any linn) after I thefiist publication of this notice ami before the making of the sale. F. LKMAIRE, Administrator of tbe Estate of Pierre Rich ard, deceased. LoS Angeles, July 10th, 1874. Jyll-td—7 Certificate of Partnership. KNOW ALL MEN HY THESE PREB -entsthat we, Mortimer William Bel shaW, residing at Hie town of Cerro Gordo, i ou my of lnyo, stale of California, and Egbert Judson, residing In Iho City and Con my ol san Francisco, state of California, and Rem! Nadeau, residing at Ihe City und County of Los Angeles, Statu of California, do hereby certify and declare that wo have organ i/od and formed ourselves into a co-partnership lor t he purpose of carrying on and conducting tne business of General Forwarding ami Freighting, under tbe firm name and stylo ot "CerroGordo Freighting Company;" that the principal place ol bus) ness of so id co-partner -bill issttuated In the County of Los An". I •-, and.siate aforesaid; that Ihe mimes ofall Iho persons interested as partners in such busl* ness are above stated and signed hereto. MoRTDtBH WILLIAM BBLSIIAW, [SFAI..I EOBEHT J L'USoN, [si-: At,.] Rum Nassau, [meal.] State of California, 1 . City and County of San Francisco. I * On this seventeenth day of June, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-ibnr, be foieme, N. Pructor Hmith, a Notary Public, in ami lor the said city and county, person ally appeal ed Eg bert Jlfdsoil, known lo me to be the same person whose name Is subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and uckaowl edged to mo t hat he executed the same. i N. PROCTOR s.MU'II, Notary Public. State or California, 1 County ofluyo, J on tins ninth day of June, A. D, one thous and eight hundred and seventy-four, before me, Patrick Reddy, a Notary Public In und for the said County of Inyo, residing therein, duly, commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Mortimer William BelsnaW, known to me to be ihe person described in, whose name is subscribed to, and who executed Ihe within Instrument, and who duly aeknuwl edgi d to me thai he executed the same. lv witness whereof, I have hereunto so' my hand ami affixed mj official seal at my oiiice, in the said Colin y of Inyo, Ihe day and year first above written. PATRICK REDDY, [seal,.] Notary Public, Inyo county, < lallfurnla. State of California, ) M County of Los Angeles, f * On this twenty-sec md day of Juno, In (he year one thousand eight hundred and seven ty-four, before mo, A. W. Polls. County Clerk and ex-ofilCiO Clerk of the County Court, in and for said coun'y,. personally appeared 1 Hem! Nadeau, known to me to be tho same person whoso name is subset i bed to Ihe with in instrument, and acknowledged to mo thut he executed iho same. In witness w hereof, I havo hereunto set my hand and affixed ihe seal ofsald court.the day ami yoar In this certificate first above w rutin. A. W. POTTS, l>l * Al ' 1 County Clerk, and cx-officlo Clerk of said County < lourt, i" .; 4w THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CO-OPERATIVE WAREHOUSE A Nil Shipping Association ! , 11. I>. WILSON, JT. DOWNEY. President, Vlee-Pr. siden', t fTIHIS COMPANY ARE NOW PREPARED JL l" receive on storage,or for shipment j large quaulltlo* of the Agricultural ami Mln i oral productions of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Ai.So LL'MBEH, MKItCI I .V-XDISiJcC, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And all other supplies for COB sumption in the country; all of which will Lc Covered by Insurance, unless otherwise directed. Liberal advances will be negotiated at cur rent rales ol interest. They a c piepared af. all times to store 1 grain of all kinds, either in bulk or sack, free lrom dampness ami raiago. Their extensive Whan facilities and Com modious Warehouses warrant them in guar anteeing superior advantages at low rates, NORMAN C. JON FS, jniiO—io Secretary und Superintendent, " PAGE &~6RAVEL7~ Successors to John Goller. Carriage and Wagon UFACI OKY, Yom. ;t:t, ::.> .m i :>? i.os Angeles street, LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CAKKIAfi bo, Wagons and \ chicles of all rjf* k kinds, of the BEST MATERIALS, Jg| 3gE and on short notice. A Complete Painting ami Trimming Estab lishment uttuclied. BjS-Ropairing neall" and promptly done, us.i'rices Moderate. All work warranted. lanl-ti —5 NEW YORK BAKERY^ MAIN STREET. BELOW THIRD. ALL KINDS OK BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, And PASTEEY kept constantly on hand. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery lo any part ofthe oily. — | niyO-tf BUKHABU -.V EBINOER, A CRE/T BARGAIN. FOUR-YEAR-OLD t) v a N G E TREES FOR SALE AT SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS' EACH. Address Box 6jl, Los An tehsP. O. JyS-lw-a CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice of Intention. R f*AIN STREET—Notice I* hereby gleea i»l thut thecity of Loa Angeles Intends to make (no follow in:; Improvements upon Main stint, in conformity with Ihe provisions of Aq< VII of the He vised Charter a it: From tiie Plaxa nt Ihe northerly line of the Pico House to iin- northerly line Of Fourth street 11 distance of RJJOO fact [more or less;. 'ihe atdewnlk shall be 18 feet wide from - tld place of beginning toa point nn line with Ihe front of Temple itiook, a dlstnnne of I,MB feet from tho place of beginning from suid point on lon' of Temple Block to northerly 1 llnool Fourth street, the sidewalks .snail be 12 feel wide; they shall bo constructed In the i following manner, and of the following ma ! leriali The sidewalks shall havo redwood curbing it Inches thick by lit in hes wide, which shall ho Spiked lo redwood posts ix I Inches square, tiirec feet long, set two leet in the ground h< - ; low the bottom nf the curbing nml six leet I apart j said posts to In- sit on the inside ol the 1 curbing In the sidewalk; ihe sidewalk shall : have stringers in mid.Hon to curbing ;ks Inches square to which the planking of the sidewalk shall be spiked, Ihe plank shall be two inches thick: the sidewalk shall be made of Woo I and shall extend on both sides of the Street,from the place of beginning to First sin •;, a distance of IftX leel; from I his point to Fourth street a distance of l,s"l feel the sldev ntk shall have curbing as hefitofore de scribed, but shall have gravel walks, instead . of wood surface, tho waiKs to be according to . the established grade. Hie roadway .-hall have suiters on each side, paved with hard granite Cobble stone; Ihe gutters shall bo Aye lee; wide, and shall begin ten inches below ihe top of the side walk,and shall be concave on tho bottom, the outside of the auttera being seven inches below the top of the sidewalk, Tho street in order to receive the material for tbe roadbed shall be out down or filled up, eight Inches below tho grade, and shall con form to the shape of tlie slreet when finished; upon Ibis bottom a l iver ol* gravel shall be laid live Inches thick after being rolled. Over this layer, a layer of broken stone, or screened gravel shall be laid three inches in thickness, the smites making this layer shall not be over 1)4 Inches in diameter; over this layer of stone a thin layer of red cement gravel shall be spread, alter which the whole mass of material must be willed and thor oughly tolled. Ihe slope of the street or roadbed shall i>> I one foot in thirty l'eel from (he gutters lo Ihe center or crown of the street. I By order of the Common Council. M. KKEMER, Clerk of the Common Council. JyllMOt Notice of Intention. ViiT!!'!' is iI!• P.EBY GIVEN TH AT THE city ot I .os Aiigclt s Intends to make the following Improvements upon Main street, 10 wil: That a sewer bo built on Main, from tho Main and Arcadia street, opposite tho end of Arcadia street, to the Osier Lane, a distance ol 1,(1,7 feet. This sewer shrill bo I ixifi inches in diame ter lrom Arcadia street to First slreet; from First sue.l lo the ozier Fane the sewer shall be 16x18 inches in diameter, It shall be oval shape i, and built of brick, with a four-inch ring, the mortar shall have one barrel cement to i.ii barrels of lime. The bottom oft lie sewer shall be laid eight and one-half (bet be low the grade, at i,s intersection with iho Main an 1 Arcadia slreet sewer, at Arcadia street, and shall rise with a uniform slope to i a point six feet be ow the grade at a point o] - I poske the center in t Commercial street, a j distance of 460 fool from the last named point i opposite Commercial street; the sewer shall i conform to the grade of the street as now es tablished; Ihe bottom of tho sewer being six leet below the surface of the street as far as practicable. The so - cr shall belaid in the center of the street as far as practicable, and shall bo con ' structed under the direction of tbe City Bur- I vcyor uml Superintendent of streets. And be it furtlii r resolved that connections Ibe made wit ii Ihe main sewer iii i,os Angeles street,at first street,and at Ozier Fane; the sewer down First slreel to be of brick ll\lli Inches In diameter, and oval-shaped wliha i-Mieh ring; the slope of tin~ sewer shall con form to toe Official grkfies of tlie street, b - tweeii the Crossing of First and Main, and First and Los Angeles streets Ihe connection oi tin- Main street sewer with tne main sewer down the Osier Lane, shall conform to the natural slope of Iho ground between .Main street and t lie main sewer where it crosses t lie Osier Lane. This sewer shall ho 16x18 inches In the In ! side diameter, and shall be oval shaped, the sewer shall be built of the same material and In the same manner as Iha .Mam street be fore montioned. By order of the Common Council. M. KREMER. clerk of Common Council, jy 12-101 Notice of Intention. SECOND AND OLIVE STREETS.-Notlco i- hereby given, thai the Cotnm.n Coun cil of the city of Los Angclna, intend to m ade Second street, from the crossing of .Second aud Fort streets, to the westerly line of olive street; also fo grade Olive slreet from Sec ond lo Fill h st reel, as follows: That the crossing of Second ami Fort streets shall be •"."> feet ai.ove tic- datem plane of levels as now established in this city, accord ing lo the grade map now on tile in 'the ofilCC ofthe Mayor and Common Council of iho city of Los Angeles, Ihe crossing of Second and Hill streets shall be 11 feet, and Ihe crossing of Second and Olive streets shall be 78 net, and tho crossing of Third ami Olive streets shall be lllti feet, and the crossing of Olive and Fourth streets shall be tij feet, and the Crossing of Filth and Olive streets shall be li feet above i in datem plane before mentioned. That the distance to b t graded on Second street, from i:s crossing with Fort street to tlie westerly line of Olive stroot Is 860 feet md mi ni:; the crossing Of Hill and Second streets, i ami I hat the distance to be graded on olive street fiom Second to Firth street is i,!i.o feet, luculding tho crossings of Third and Fourth si reds. The above named streets shall be graded to a width of sixty f et. ami shall conform to the crossings of street levels before mentioned; the slope of tho streets shall be straight and uniform between the dillercnt streets, and Shall l>e one foot higher in Ihe center of t In -st ret than at eit her side ofthe gutter. Hy order of the Common Council. M. KREMER, Clerk of Common Counei'. 1 j> l -lot Notice of Intention. V LAM EDA STREET.—Notice Is hereby given that the Common Council of the City of Los Angeles Intend to grade and estab lisu the width of Alameda s reel as lollows, as per resolUl ion passed and adopted May illst, is? I: Tha' Alamoda street from Its Junction with Main to Aliso street shall have a uniform widih of ninety-six feet, aud from Alis .street to Fust street shall be of, and have a uniform width of eighty feel, ami the whole thereof from Main lo First street shall be graded and unproved in the following manner, to wit: A redwood curbing SxUl inches shall be laid down on both sides of Ihe streel; this curb ing shall be spiked to lxt-inoii square red wood posts, said posts to be .'(feet long and -ci in the ground two feet bolow tin? bottom oi the curbing, and ou the Inside oi the curb ing. The sidewalks on either sido of Ihe street, shall fe VI bet wide, and shall be made Of ground lii led up to th.. top ofthe curbing, and -ball conform to the grade of the street. 'l ite roadbed shall have fi inches of g.-nvel on the lop ofthe street when it Is raised up to the grade: tlie filling m Mary to bo done, •an uu done with any kind of earth up to the 1 1 * ' hi ties below the grade of the road, 11 i . vel the graveling shall begin. The side slope of ihe roadbed shall be one f ot lo thirty loot, the surface of the streel be ing ten inches below tin, lop Of the curbing al the sldewaik. By onicr of ihe Common Council. M. KREMER, i h rk of i oramon Council. Jyll-lu Notice of Intention. rw\\ 3MPLE BTREET.—Notice is hereby given JL that the Ceinmon Council of the city of i.os Angeles, intend io grade Temple street from Fort street to Hunker Hill Avenue, as follows: The official grade of Temple street from the point of Intersection with Fort street to tin utrujl point oi" lis intersection with Bunker Hill Avenue shall be the uniform rise of one toot toe Very twenty-two feet. By order ol t lie I lommon < ounoil, M. KREMER, Cleik Of Common Council. Resolution passed May 20th. is7i. jyll-iut TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store of jPeter Luuney, Oilers for sale a splendid assort ment ol C. ROGER] ES, PRO vision s, (HOAR*. TOBACC^, IN |ife.. U^2 US At the lowest market prices. lie respectfully solicit a share of the publli potronagi. Quods delivered free u> ull parts ol the eft)", , . . PETER LENNEY, 1.7 aud n» Mailt at, SCOjXKY TO LOAN. In sums or from 81,(100 to SK',OOl. Apply to P.BEAUDRY, jTll X— 2