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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY JULY 29, IS7-*. PO ST-O FFI CE_ DIRECTORY. Easterr., San Francisco anil Northern—Tele graph stage Line—Arrive ut 2:40 P. M.;clo*e at lv:30 M. Letters tnuiidcd for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. C i..s, Line—Stations Oetweeu Sun Francisco aud la>s Angeles, via Suutii Barbara—Ar rive at hi:.W l'- M.; closes utt*:oo P. M. ■an Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla [in, tjaptstrano. etc.—Arrives at .'2 M., OtOSea at 3:MO P. M. gjiiiiein Arlaona—Tucson, Yuma, Anions City, and Way staiioiis —Tn-Weckl> vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri l.iv at 12 M.: leaves Monday, Wednesday «nd Saturday; Mail closes at .cm p. M. Northern Arl/.on.i— fieseott, Wickenberg and Way Stations—semi- Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday al I0:4u A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at i 80 P. M. Sa i Bernardino and Way Stations—Han Oa oriei. El Monte, Klverslde, etc.: arrives at I0:4U P. M.; closes at 2::l'i P. M. W.lmmgioii and Way Station- -Arrives at S:IU A. M.. closes at F. M. C rro Gordo, i.one Pine and Uavllah—Arrives Monday, Wednesday und Friday at 2:40 P. M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur day; closes al item A. M. Domestic und Foreign Money Order Office- Open from 8:8U A. M. to 4:; mP. M., except on Saturday, wncu office closes ut ;t:i>o P. M. San Francisco Dittos Hours—s:oo A. M. to 7: jo P. M. on Sundays tlie office will be open for one hour alter the distribution of me Eastern m *"' H. K. W. BENT, P. M. City and County Official Directory. City Directory. i. li. TOBERMAN Mayor Office, No. 43 street. B. F. 11 ART LEE....Mar .hal and Chief of Police Olhce, No. 46 Splin stieet. GEO. R. BUTLER City Treasurer Office, fashion ntuoles, Main street. A. W. HUTTuN Chy Attorney office, No. oti lemple ISiock. M. KREMER City Clerk Office, No. 45 .-sin lug sireet. Wm. E. Moure City Surveyor ufflce, Cor. spring and hirst stieets. Dr. W. T. LUCKY City Supt. Pub. schools J. H. McKEE, M. D Health Officer Office, No. I, Spring street, up stairs. Common Couucll: F. RABICHI.Pkes.. W. H. WORKMAN, EDWARD HUBER, E.F. DkCELIS, JOSE M\SC.\KFL, P. BEAUDRY, JACOB GERKIN, H. DOCKWEII.ER, JULIAN CH.WIS JULIAN VALDE/.. Meats every Thursday r. m. at 3 o'clock, at its room, til spring street. Chamber of Commerce: S. LAZARD, Pres., I. W. LORD, sec, S.C.CASWELL.Treus. JOHN U. DOWNEY, R. M. WIDNEY, J. M. GRIFFITH, N J.NEWM.VRK, H. W. HELLMAN, P. BEAUDRY, C. C. LlrS, J. S. GRIFFIN. Board ol F.ducatlou: H. d. barrows. President. M. KREMER,Stc'V. G. W. SMITH. WM. B. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY. County Directory. A. W. POTTS Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts J. W. GILLETTE Co. Recoiderund Auditor T, E. RoW.vN Co.Treasurer W. U. RUWLAND...CO. auerifl and Tax Coll. Gi-.0. H. PECK Co. Supt. of Schools DIONICIJ BUiTLLE. Co. Assessor L. sKBOID Co. Surveyor Board of Nupervlsors: GEO. HINDS, Chairman, J. N. GRIFFI TH, KUWAItJ EVEY, F. PALUMARKS, F. MACHACO, jUan J. carillo. Interpreter. Regular Meetings—First Monday of each mouth. Judicial Olrcctorj': Y. SEPULVEDA District Judge Ternn ot Conn—First Monday of Feb., May., AU,'., and Nov. H. K. s. u'MELYEN V...Judge of Probate and County Courts. of Court—First Monday of Jan., Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov. D .BICfCNELL Dial,» our. ilommlssioner O.ncc, No. j'J. Temple Block. Justices' Courts: WM. 11. OR vY...Temple Block, over W. F. & Co.'s Oilice. JOHN iHaFFORD....Downey Block, Temple Sireet. l.os An,. I, s i.io, ai .v Association: J. R. McCuNNELL '...President J. c. LITTLEFIELD Librarian Library, Downey Block. National Ufliciuls. 11. X, W, BENT Postmaster Postoffice, Temple Kiock. ALFRED JAMES Reg. I". 8. Land Office J. W. riAVEKSiTCK. .Rec. U. S. Land Office Temple Block. J. O WilEELhK....Dept. Coll. U. H. Int. Rev. Office, No. lv, Temple Block. J. R. B.UERLY Int. Rev. Ganger O.iice, No. 4s, Temple block. J. D. eI'NLAT Dept. U. S. Marshal New High street. B. C. Willi ING U. S. Court Commissioner Office, No». and 2s, Temple B.oek. JACOB a. MoUREN'HAUT French Consul Main street. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. UOLD htaifOßT. San Fhancisco, July 28. Goid.ioai;. Qreenbauas— Buying,ol; selling, 91%. Isil 1 r.un l.c , UurMrli llj lele-iapli. San Fhancisco, July 2s. FLOUR—OS 5098 75. WHEAT—*I 50i>l 5"). BARLEY—4I 05 .1 •&)%. O ATS—Si 45'j>l 05. RYE—3I 4i»<*Jl 50. H yY—9tL*lt 00. WOOL— W&U. CORN— SI Moaii 00. HOI'S-20c. cjtton— m%. POf ATOES-J0 7j«l io. BUTTER—24OO2O. CHEESE -12,i*15c. EGGS—2O a Sic. per dor. PEACHES— SI+'* 50 * Oox. FIGS-;17a50e. V ft. HONEY- V ft. EXPORTS. July 28.— 210 IKS rye, 21 bxs lemons, 2 bxs ai 1 -c, G pl,.es wine, 20 es honey. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the twenty-four hours erid.ng July 2S, 1874, as reported tor the IlEitAi.D by Judson & Gillette, searchers ol records for Los Angeles county: E. D. Hark -r to U. H. Dalton.—Forty acres In Los Coyotes, SLAM). J. 11. Donaldson to Fred Morsch.—Property known m th I Eight-Mile House, Coast Stage road, 10> acres, $2,50). C A. Rich v ton t to Edward Douton.—Lot 17, Bedevue tr..c.,'.0 feet front on Charity street, *.«w. A. C. Crawford et conjux to M. A. Bacon.— Four acres lv Los NietOJ, 131)0, J. ft. A. Stan.ey to Uo-Up. N. A F. Co.—W. Vi of V. W. 'i of .Sec. 17, X. 2, s. K. U W„ li? two. 0. W. Childs to F. P. F. Temple et al.- Oian:or's Interest In certain elgh. claims In San Hernando 0.1 D.strict, $1. 1. C. Leigutun to It. Carrerai.—Grantor's Int. in above claim «,0L 11. Ualdweil et al. to U. Cirrcras.— Grantor's Int. in aboVe claim, £i. F. P. r. Temple to Chas. Gerson, el al.—An unJ viilei 11-li In above claim-, 01. Anuiaun n'a.er Co. to Pa*cual silva.— II >u.e 10. .io to, Anuliciin,B ,\li rods, ;7."> T. J. .vskois to w. r\ Edgar.—Twenty-two a/r is .nt,. M uite, si SOU, W C. .Viley to C.ius. Shad.—Lots 5 and 0 block JJ, lianoosk's survey. Pa,caal Siiv.i to B. Drey .'U.S.—House lo! No to, Auab dm, aUxll m is, si. E. L. Gjid-t hi to J. Frowenfeld.—Undivided J4 .n erj« la v.n -yard lots C tf, ll tf. r. tf, E I, 1 1.G.1, an I H J, con ainingiO l-iti acres each also uua.vidj.i,ut. lv 0j zt-loj In OnUvera* Ran • io, #1. B, D.yins to J. J. Weighin.—Undivided V In . In above property, OL S. ri. Caswell et al. to Antonio Vnlle.—S. \\ of jot 8, oloct 10, ord's survey, spring street, I. Sohuraacb»rot v.x. to John Gertsen.—Lot 3, b.oek il, Ord's survey, 42.1U0. Jouu G die,- to Im three children.—The Gol le • lot, on L is Angel is street, 010. Jose vlnci. jl io Ca.ntile it lyaal.-E. V of lo; il, h, mit ,i. .\a-o uujt., $2sj. O. vv". 0 nld ito A. Giasjoll.—oot 9, block 17. O. S., old, »JOO O. E f io.il to W. I. 8.-odrlck.-S. W. 10 acre of lota, lioo.c A. Hancock's survey, 52,i00. O. ZoO Idnto F. Gnus.—loo < acres in N. E % of Sec. 7, T. 2, 8. R. 13 W., -I,ouo. A. B. Cuapmun to 11. Frunnel.- \V. '4 of lot ?, block F Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, 2a acres, »S-0. s. Ga lies et ux. to S. Haley._S. W. !» of Sec. 24, T 2. S. R. 14 W.,-tWO. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. S H Koenighergen, SF I' E Taylor, A T H Frunkein.sF J Hamilton, Anaheim T H Luke. Mobile 1 W Alhean. d > C E French, Jouqn R C F McDowell, do F Howard, A R Moss, da C B Raw-on, Nevull R A P Hay den, A T C H Goldiiig.Vlrgnu C A A Wlgmoie, B Fi nd Robt Orr, Compton I Liuikerslilm. do PICO. LTTltbnld 4 wf, N V SC Carson, Dixon 111 IC I'liffield.S F Capt A Jacolo.l. igltua THDugan, do La Wiitors.peMiuiua Mr-, s F l-'uller, S F Aprolenurio, Martuei wII Francis, do J Lopes, a Fried, do s a Qanohenboss and uSauap, do family, Canada ; A FAYETTE. I Grant, 8 it rnardlno M Lades, s v Ben Virgin] Vrixonu I Levere, do N Craiiley,Wheeling V A Mills, s Barbara ri Konrad. Bakersfleld O Gibney, s Ferndo W W TbCubalds, A L Ross, Richland PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. I) X R 10 C T UliV. STAT K MllllMi Master— Hon. J. M. Hamilton, Gtienoc, Lake County. Secretory—W, H. tester, 'o>. CaUrornla stn et, room !). third floor, Han Francisco. State Aaetit—l. o. Gardner. :J.o, California street, roera V, third floor, san Francisco. LOS ANGELES COI'NTV. Otunty D-pitty—Thus. A. Qarejr, I,os An galea. District Agent— J. Q. A. Stanley, Los Angeles. LIST OK GRANGES. Following is a list ofOntDgM in Los Angeles county: Los Angeles Orange No. S6,'Los Angeles— Thos. A. Gurey, Master; S. A. W old run, secre tary. Hegular meetings an- held on the 2d and till Saturdays of each month at 2 O'clock p. m., Ht Orange Hall. Com ptou Orange No. 87, Compton -C. W. Coltnn, Master; A. F. Coltrin, Secretary, Regular meetings on the 2d and tin Saturday! of each moutli, at 1 o'clock v. m. Enterprise Grunge No. 88, La Dow District; post office address, L"S Angeles—A. M. Soulh worth, Muster; \V. I. Henderson, Secretary. Regular meetings are held every Saturday, at 1 o'clock, p. m. Fairview Orange, No. lift, located at Ana* harm— Edward Evey. Master; J. M. Qulnn. Secretary. Regular meetings are Held on tne first and" third Saturday of each month, at 2 o'clock I. M., at the Masonic Hall. Orange Grange, No. 40, located at Richland, POStOtnce address. Orange; Joseph Beach, Master; J. \V. Anderson,•Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Saturdays of c icii month at 1 o'clock p. in. Silver Orange No. 41, located at Uallatln. Post otlice address, Los Nietos—H. L. Mont gomery, Master; W. P. McDonald, Secretary. Regular meetings on the second Saturday ol each month, at 1 o'clock, p. m. New River Grange, No. 12, located In New River District—Master, Willis Newton; Secre tary, s. G. Baker. Regular meetings are held on toe second Saturday of each month at i o'clock, P. M. El Monte (irange No. 43, El Monte—Geo. C. GU I i-. Master: J. H. Gray, Secretary. Ri ga la i meetings on the 2d Saturday of each month. Los Nietos (irange, No. 44, located at Old l/>s Nietos, J. V. Marquis, Los Nietos Fosi offlce, Master; W. s. Reavis, Los Nietos Host office, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, at 10 o'clock A, M. Eureka Grange, No. Mi, Postoffice address, Spadra,Cyrusßuniick, Master; P. C. Tonner, Secretary. Regular meetings are held every Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, at the Palo mares school House. Fruitland Grange, No. 72, Santa Ana. N. O. Stafford, Master; g, L. Russell, Secretary. Meets every Saturday at 1 o'clock p. M. Alliance Grange No. 75, located m Bogdale District; post oltiee address, El Monti—s. s Reeves, Master; J. W. Marshall, Secreluiy Regular meetings are held on the first Satur day of eacli month, at lo o'clock, a. m. Azusa Grange No. 04, located al Azusa; post office address, El Monti—W. W. Maxey. Master; J. C Preston, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second Saturday ol each month, at 1 o'clock, p. m. Florence Grange No.!'."), loeateil at 1- lorenee. Post otlice address, Los Angeles—Josiah Rus sell, Master; Win. Porter, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the 3d Saturday ol each month, at 2o'clock, p. m. Westminster (irange No. 127, Westminster Colony—M. B. Craig, Master; W. F. Poor, Sec retary. l Regular meetings held every Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Vineland Grange, No. )sn, Tustin City. A.B. Hay Ward, Master; R. L. Freeman, Secretary. Spadra Grange, No. — located at Spadra A. T. Currier, Master; Joseph Wright,Seer-lafy. SAN BERNARDINO Ci)t"NTV. San Bernardino (irange No. 81, located at San Bernardino, R. Shelton, Master: J. Brood burst, Secretary. Regular meetings held eve ry Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. "Riverside Grange, No 128, located at River side. E. G. Brown, Master, Geo. W. Garcelon. secretary. Regular meetings held on the third Saturday evening of each month. DISTRICT COUNCIL. The District Council of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties mcef> on the second Tuesday of February, May. A and Nov ember. The next meeting will be held at Anaheim, on Tuesday, August 11, 1874. at Hi o'clock, a. M. Thos. A. Gaiey, Los Angeles, Master; J. F. Marquis, Anaheim. Secretary. MISCELLANEOUS. PAGE & GRAVEL, Successors to Jolin Goller. Carriage and Wagon MA.IVTJjF'ACXOjRY, Nos. .»••». 33 aud 37 JLos Ansclea alreel, LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE, Wagons and Veliicles of all C4F&JK. muds, of the BEST MATERIALS, £§f=?iF ami on short notice. A Complete Painting and Tilmming Estab lishment attached, SHTRepairing neali." uud promptly done, ai-i'iices Moderate, ah work warranted. iimT-tl— 6 Notice of Sale of Real Estate. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL r-si'A'l E —Notice is hereby given, ihas .11 pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of the County of Los Angeles, State 01 California, made on the oth day 01 July, iuti, in the matter of tbe estate of Pierre ttleharu, deceased, tlie undersigned, the adminisiratoi Of the said estate, will sell at private sale, to tbe highest bidder, forcush, gold coin of the United Slutcs of America, and subject to COU ttrmatiun by said Piobute Court, on Thurs day, the ;«j;ii day of Juiy, 1574, at 12 o'ulock M.. d .-a d day, all the right, tine, inleres:, and ■staie ol Ihe-aid Pierre R.chard at the 11111. ol his deu.li, uud all the right, title, and 111 -.crest that the said estate h.is, Oy operation 01 law or Otberwse unpaired other than, or in addi. lon to, that of tne said Pierre Richard al lietimeot Ins death, in and lo all that cer tain lot, piece, or paicel of land situate, lying md beiuglu the city and couuty of Los' in ,'eles, Stuie of Calilornlu, aud bounded anu iescribed as follow.-, to-wit: Begiuniugou the north side of Spring streei it the southeastern coiner 01 the lot ot Allen, hence south fronting on sui.l Spring street 14 c t 1 Inches to a point; tnence westei ly to New High street; thence north along New High -treetli feet 4 Inches to said lot ot Allen, hence easleily along said lot to Spring si reel, ilie point of commencement bctug No. S oh •aid --pring stree.. 'i'he tads or offers must be in writing, to hi h t. ai the otlice of Stanford jt Ramirez, Tern- US Rick, Los Angeles cl y. at any lime nl'ie. bed st pub.ieatiou 01 this notice nnd befbrt he making of lhe sale. F. LEM AIRE, Admiuis rator ofthe Estate of Piene Rich ud, deceased. Los Angeles, July jSth, iB7A Jyll-ld—7 PURE BLOODED POULTRY ISfiga For Sale 1 ygHT BRAHMAB S3 Ma bos WHITE LEGHORNS H3 » From stock of the purest breed. The White Le.horns are the best layers kn.wn. Apply to P. O. Box 107. Jly2>lm—2 MORSCH & MANNING, HOUSE'ANDSIGN PAINTERS— PREsCO, Scene, lidding, and Banner i'a.iuers— 10 Courl street, oppostte Court house, Los Angeies. Graining, Glualng, Calclmlnlng and Paper-banging. Jylo-Im-2 CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. AN ORDINANCE To € rente tho Ollice of « lly Wurvryor, lo i'lovl.ie for I tiling sai l Odiof, iiml Pr<"M-rlbi»ir tv« I'lovtr. at i l»u Wc«t of such Oflicer. . 77ir jft>/or mvt Common Council of lh» CttV tf Lot AjHQtlot do ordain (UfoiUtWJI: Section I. That there be and hereby Is cTC" ated iheolilcoto be known and called the office oi City Surveyor. sec. 2. The odlccof Ciiy Surveyor shall be fll'.ed by appointment of some suitable person lo be selected by the Common I 'OUUdI ofsuiu city, and who shall liohi said ollice ftlf an t during lhe pleasure of the Common Council. Sec. 8. Whenever the Common Council shall apPMAI any person to toe position Of City Smveyor, ll •hull bo th ■ dv y of tne cie.k of tne Common Gunnel to makeoai and d. 1 ver to sudi appointee a coiiid. n'e oi such appointment, In writing, and tin retipnn -nen person so appe nteo suatl WllhlS ten i,W, ] days after receiving .-uch Oeltlfloate Of ins np po.utment quali.J In-taking nod subscribing to Ihe const national oat li ol utile ,and oy < \< cutilig lo sii.d ciiy an otllc a 1 i.ood lv such amount a. the Common Council shall pre scribe, with two or more sureties, coudi* i tinned for lhe luithl'til performance by him of all lie duties id' his said oill v. Tne bind shall ne approved by tile M iyor, and wll 11 -«i approved su li be, together Willi lhe uffiJaVil containing the oath oi office so taken by said officer, deposited with and remain in the niiieuil keep.ng ut'the Clerk of the Common C .unci. Skc. 4. It shall be the duty of the City Sur veyor lo m.ck all sttrVeys, m ip* and plans required •>> said city; to inakeuul all es-.es> m ,nts of the cost or probable CoS many wo k done or to bo done, and to superintend the making of all public improvements; to keep a recoid.in b silts to be pfoV.d d oy tlie city, of t he licid uole.s of all survey-, in me ami nap* of 'in- same, and full. trUS and ctmetli OC conn s and memoranda of tne cost and ex penses of ah public wo ks and ImpiOVclliellts, and lo seep posted in hit office all plan- and specifications of wo, k to b - none, .or the in spection of all part c- dcsii lag to examine tne same, ami to dv and pe. lot m any ami all other matters and things which may be required of liiin by any ordinance of -am city or by .v y res luuon orotberoruerof the Common Coui,- Cil ot said el y. See. 6. The City Surveyor shall receive no salary, bin shall ne paid from lime to .line as full compensation for nil services rendered the city such fees as may be prescribed by the Common * lounc l. s.-e. tf. It snail be unlawful for the City su: veyor to become or t-s .n any way, dlrec ly or IndireC ly, interested in any contract in ide or to be made by said City Wltu any co itr. ctor or oilier person tor making any kind of Improve ments in sa.d City; provided that the piovis ioiis of ill s >ec lon shall not be so cons rued as to prolubi. ihe snld surveyor from charg ing and rece Vlng the fee- allowed by the Common Council lo be charged by him as aforesaid. Sec. 7. Tills ordinance shall take .(fee! and be in force from and al" er is p ,s-u-e, approval and publication, and all ordinancesanu part* of ordinances in so tar as they conflict with this ordinance shall bo, and the some are, hereby repealed. Approved in ihe city of Los Angeles,Cal. Jul) 26, 1874. J. R. TOBEKMAN. Mayor. I hereby cert Ify that the foreg ilng Ordinance was adopted by the Common CoUIIC.I at lis session of July 28,1874. M. KREMER, tygg 80—7 City ciei k. A RESOLUTION I'resci lion, tbe CiiipciisHtinii nnd Fees ot Hie City Mii-vc.vor. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON' Council of the city of Los Angeles, as fol lows: sEiton I. Thai the City Surveyor be, an I be is hereby authorised, to charge and collect tlie following fees, to-wit: For all engineering work done on any street ordered aiaded. ma cadamized or improved, when levels aud est. -m ites are necessary for such improvements, he snail have from each 1 it ten ccnls pei run ning foot ior the first ttfty feet: eight cen s pel running fool for any additional numb r of feet up to one hundred f etj six cents per run ning oot for any additional number of tee above one hundred ieet and less luaii two hun dred and li ly lee, and tour cents pr running loot lor all over two hundred and fifty feci. These rates io lie charged io each loi or p ucel of land fronting on tlie slre< I where the WO I k is done, and to be included in Ihe amounts assessed against th • property for sire t im provements. For all engineering on sew. r he shail receive two ami one-haif cents per running foot in front of any lot orpaicel of land fronting on tin- sewer built, the same to he ell irged and collected I he same as provided in section one ol this resolution for lOCS i.U I streets. For each and every day's work, When em ployed by the city by the day lo Dei form any woi k not mentioneu in the list of 1 -is, he sliail rec ive the sum of live dollars per d y. I hereby ceil, y thai the io eg ang resolution was adop ed by the Common Council at its session v. July 23, 1874. M. KREMER, Jy2fl 20-7 City Cleik. Notice of Intention. ■VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT i tbe City of Los Angeles, intends to grade I aud construct spring street in the following ! manner, fioiu it. midsection with Main streei to Foui lb street: Sidewalks of wood shall be laid down, hav ing a curbing of n dw oo.i, Bxl2 inches, fastened lo redwood posts 4x4 inches Square. Said posts lo tie set in the mound 'wo feet, and to ne placed six ieet apart, on the inside of the curbing; the sidewalk shall lie ten feet wide, and Shall have three additional stringers be sides the curbing: said stringers to be 2xB inches square; tbe planking ol tbesidewuik .-had ne iwo inches in thickness, and spiked io tlie curbing and Stringers; tlie .-idcw.lk oi said Spring street, sh til be made ol" plank, fioni its Intersection with Main street to Fiisi street; from First to Fourth street ihe same curbing shall be laid, but the walks shall he ol gravel. The road-bed shall becut down or filled up to a level oi eight inche-below the grude ol the street. On this bottom formed, a layer of gravel five inches in thickness shall belaid; over this a layer of broken stone or c ause gravel shall be laid to llie depth of tlnee inches; over this a thin layer of red cement gravel shall be spread, ihe whole to be wetted and thoroughly rolled. The streei shall have gutters of hard granite Cobble stones, as fur as Fust stieet. These gut ers snull he live r-ct wide, and commence ten inches below the top of the sidewalk, una -hail conform to the plan and urude of tin stieet. The street snail have side slope to wards the Butters of one foot in thirty, by order oi the Common Cocnoll. M. KREMER, City Cleik. Jy2fl- Od -7 Notice of Intention. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tlie city of Los Angeles intends to make tne following improvements on Commercial stieet, irom us Intersection with Mam stree to Alameda s;ree . Bald Commercial stieet is to be graded and constructed in lhe following manner, to wit: 'lhe sidewalk to be seven ieet wide, and made of woo 1. The shall be of redwood scantling Bxi2 inciies. rtus curbing sliail be spiked" to posts 4xl inches square, t>el iwo feet in lhe ground, on the inside of tlie cm binsr, and six ieet apait lhe covering of lhe sidewalk shall be iwo inch plank, or one-Inch plank doubled. The tuners sliull be lour feel wide, and paved with hard cobble-stone, Thesuriae. of the gutter shall be ten niciies below the top of tlie sidewalk, and shall rise toward tin center of the streei wltu v Slope of one Inch to ihe loot. The bed of the road shall be cut down oi filled "up until It Is eight inches below the grade oiihe sireet. On tin-bottom formed a layer ol gravel, j inches deep, shall be laid; over this v layer Of coarse gravel or broke., -tone shull be laid to the depth of tlnee niches, thisto he covered by n layer Of cemen. gravel, all to lie pr"perly r lied. Tho sideslope of the s reet shall bo one foot to iDirty feet, and sliail commence at the sur face ol the gutters. The ro id-bed shall conform to the estab lish, d grade af the street. isy order of the i 'oininon Council. M. KREMER, City C crk. ,D2i-HH~ 7 PROPOSALS. I PROPOSALS WILL RE RECEIVED DV tbe Common Council at lis session in August tf, lt>." l, for 3i8,.i0U Ronds of the city of L i- Vnge.es, bearing 7 percent. Intel est pc iiinuin, payable at the office of the Trea.urcr of the city ot Los Angeles. M. KREMER, Jy2o Mt-i city Clerk. Certificate of Partnershio OF THE FIRM OF DOT 1 ERA BRADLEY doing business in me Ciiy ol Los Ange les County ol Los Angeles, Staie oi Calilornia. We, the undersigned persons, hereby cc. tif.x hat ttie above described Partnership Is com posed ofthe following persons and Uo Others, .vhoso names und places of residence aie as lollows, to-wit: John C. Dotter, Los Angelas; Cyrus H. Rradiey, Los Anscles. lv witness wneieo , wo huve hereunto af fixed our bunds aud Seals this twoutj-f jurth Juy of June, 1874. JOHN C. DOTTER, [l. s.] CVKCS H. BRADLEY, \u s.l STATE OF f'ALirOBNIA, ] County of Los Angeles, J On tins 24;h day of June, in the year IS7I, be fore mo, A. W. Potts. Couny do. k,personal ly appeared J' hn C. Doiler und Cyrus H. Bradley, kuoun to me to be tho persons whose namesajusubscribed tolhe wlihin in strument, and acknowledged to me that they exocuu-d the sumo. Witness my hand and official seal this 2lth day of June, 1*74. A. W. POTTS, [fIJU.L.I JcU5-4w—B Clounty Cleik. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SUMMONS. ' TN the DBSTRICI COURT OF THE BRV« JL cut-enth Judicial District,Of llio stale ol i nil lorn hi. iii an i for the i oini y of Los ADge li -. M. Thomas, I'lalntifr,against Severlano Keredla, Defendant, Action biought in lin- District Court oi tboSeveiiteentli Judicial Dis ot, of lies.m of California, in und for ihe County ol l. » AngeleS, and the complaint filed .a said I ounty of Los Angeles, in the OlltOS oftue CH ik ofsald District Court. Tlie people of the State of California send greeting uj Scverieno Heredia. de.endanti You are lieroby lVt|UllVd to appear loan action broughl ugiiu-i yon by tne above* named plaintiff, in the Distiici Court of tne NtvautWUth June.in Disiriei of tbe S.a col ( aliiorniu, in and lor the County of Los Aug. - i s, ami to answer the oumpiuini nieu therein, wkhln tan days exciu-ive oi tbedayofser \ ice al . r th ■ -ervae on you ol this summons -ll served Willi in tins coun.y; or, li servod out oi this co inly, but in this di-lnct, with.n twenty d.iy.-; otiierwi.-e, within forty days— orjudgmein t>y default Will be taken cgulnet y..u, according to tin pruver nt -aid com plaint. The -aid action Is bTOttghl lo obtain SJudg ment Of this Co lit Hint a certain d fkl exe cuted by delen laid herein, to on ■ li. M.Town, August j h, IsM, OS corrected and amended by cbang.ug t he word " West," in t lie descrip tion Oi proper!) conveyed by said deed, to Ihe word "r.usi." -o as to make Hie description read as foliowsi "tMngall Unit portion of tne east half oi -uui section lying east nf san Pedro st icel." Said premiss liaving In en duly transrsrind to this piumtitt', he prays Hi.il the above coriec.ion may be made, and that he have ms co-ts lie em and gen ral re llef. Ilefereiioc Is had to complaint tor par ticulars. Ami you -:re hereby ii .un d that If you fall to appear and au-w cr the sabl complaint, as above required, (he said plaiiililf w.ll cause y ur default to oe entered, and Will apply to ihe Com i ior the r£ilef demanded m the com plaint. Given und r my hand and the se .1 )..,., 10l the Di-irict Curt, of .the seven- I , BU 'fttienih Judicial D strict, of ihe (state 1 —y— ' » of California, ill and for ihe County of Los Angel s, thl- 111.re bill day of lunc, in the year of our Lord ous tiiousanu sighi hundred and seventy-four. A. W. PUTTS, Clerk. Rv C. W. (IOCI.D, Deputy Clerk. R. M. WIDNKV, I'lainlilfs Attorney. Ju I.V2m w— tot SUMMONS. TN THE DiSTRICi' COURT i>F THE SEV* X enteenth Judicial District Of lhe Slate of lySlltOrUla, 111 and for the county of Los A n-e -ies.—a. R. Loomis, plalntifl*, against Ueorge E. Hollenbech, Executor, etc., and others, de fendanta. Ac,ion In the District Court of tbe Seventeenth Judical Disiriei ol the State of Caiiforn a, ■ n and for the county of Los Augi le.«, and th - complaint tiled in said county oi Los Angeies, In the office ofthe Ciei k of said D.s, rat Colli I. Thcpeopieof the staie of California send greeting lo George E. iioilenbech, Exoculor, eh!., Am inda Ho lenbech, Elieabeth Holleu ten, a imiior under 12 years of ago, and John 11. Myera, defendants! You are heiooy required lo appear in an ac tion brought uguiiist you by tlie above-named plaiiililf ill the District Court of the Seven leenthJudicial Distrlol of i he state of < alitor nia, ill and tor the county of Los Aug'les, and to answer tm- complaint tiled therein, within ten da> a (exclusive <>i the day of service; atiei the sei v.cc on you of this summons—if served within tins county; or, if served out of this coiupy, but in ili is District, whhin twenty days; otheiWlSe, Wl liiu loily days—or .luilg mi iii by default will be lakeii against you, according to lhe pru.NCr of said complaint. The .-aid act ion i- brought to Obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage described in lliesuid complain ,and executed by one Aipbong i liolienb cv, now deceased, on the 18 li day of September, A. D. 1872, to secure the payment of a certain pro missory uoie oi the same dote, llioue by sutd Alpnon/.o Hullenbech in ids life-tim , upon Which i here is now all ge I to h • duo lhe. sum Oi <l,."Hiu, gold coin, and interest the.eon from December 4,1672, at the rate of eighteen per cent, per annum; t hut the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and proceeds applied io ihe payment of said promissory note i,nd said iute.est thereon una attorney's fees and costs oi BU.t; and in case such pi c cc ils are not sufficient lo pay tlie same, then io obtain an execution against aid Jonu U. M)ers for the balance remaining due; and also thai the said defen hints and all pei'SoUS claiming by, through or under them may be barred und lorec os d of all right, title, claim. Leu,equity ofredempl lon, and Interest in and to said mortgaged premises, und lor other and nuttier relief. And you me hereby notified that if yon fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply lo the Court for the relief demanded in tbe said oompl dnt. ty —- —c Given under my band and the Seal lof the District Court of the seven seal Ueenth Judicial District of the state Jof California, in and for the count y * —■ —' of Los Angeles, this 2uth day of Jim , in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred und seventy-four. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. Ry C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk, s. C. HUBBELL, Pllf's Att'y. Jy2 2m—lS Certificate of Partnership OF THE FIRM UF MEYERSTEIN A Winter (Important), doing bu-luess in luo Ciiy und County of LoS Angeles, Slate o Culiiornia. We, Hie undersigned persons, hereby cer tify that the above described Partnership is composed of the following persons ami no others, whose names aud places of resideuce are as follows, to wit! L. Meyeistem, san Francisco. S, U. Winter, Los Angeles. In witness whereof, we have hereunto af fixed our hands and seals this Hih day of July, 1874. L. MEYERSTEIN, beal. Ry S. 11. Winter, Att'y. ill fact. SAM. II WINTI-.K, SEAL. STATE OK CaLIFOKNIA, I Counly Ol Los Angeles. ) On this, 14th day of July, In the year 1874, before me A. W. Potts, County Clerk, person ally appeared .-am. 11. Winter, known to mo to be the person w hose name is subscribed to the within instrument, ana acknowledged to me that he executed the same. Witness my hand and official seal this 111 li day of July, 1874. seal. A. W. POTTS, ylfelm-iaw—€ Comity Clerk. Certificate of Partnership OF THK FIRM OF FRED'K LAMBOURN A Co., do.ng business in the Ranch of im Puente, county of Los Angeles, Bute ol California. We, lhe undersigned persons,hereby certify that the above-described partnership is com posed ofthe following persons and no others, whose names and places of residence are us lollows, to wit: Fred'k Lanibourn, L i Puente. Alejo Re nlon, La Puente. In witness whereof we have hereunto affixed our bunas and seals, this twentie.h day oi July, IS7I. FRED'K LAM BOURN", [.skai..] ALEJO REN DON, [ttfcAi..] ■'Tate op California, i County of Los Angeles. J on tins twentieth day of July, in the year 1871, before me, a. W. Potts, Count) .'lerk, personally appeared Fred. Lumbouri. Mid Alejo Reiidoii, know n to me to be the per >.iis whose names are subscribed to the Wllh v instrument,aud acknowledged to me tint ney executed the same. Witness my hand und official seal tills 2011 lay of July, i 874. [SEAL.] A. W. POTTS, County Clerk. ty2i-iw—s by c. w. govlu, Deputy. JOHN PURPURAS BARBER SHOP, SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO Noyes & Durfce's Auct.on Stoic. (■ hav ng Hair-cutting and Shampooing dci.c In the latest style of tho art. French, ispw.i».i and Itanan spoksn. Jly22tf—J PRINTING. THE HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE BPRING STREET, ' -I POSITE THK COURT UOI'SK, LOS ANGELES. •» attention of the business com -JL inanity of Los Angeles city and count) Is Invited to the facilities of this office Ibr CSC outing every description of BOOK • JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the loft rior manner in which v (rent part of the Job Printing in southern California has hitherto been executed, th< proprietors of this establishment have deter* mined to institute a new order of things in tils buslno as. A NEW POWER PRESS (the first to reach this far south on the Pacific Coast), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or In colors, is already running, and driven by STEAM POWER, which Is also attached to their new nnd ELEGANT Job Prossos. The facilities for turning out work will that tie equal to most and superior to many ollice in san Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or is iz w r r if r» n: AND MATERIAL, of tlie most modern designs and approved Eastern manufacture, has been selected. Ann it Is Intended so to equip and furnish this de partment with THE BEST PRESSES, THE FINEST TYPE, AND THE MOST MODERN APPLIANCES, A S TO MAKE TUX HERALD JOB OFFICE THE MOST COMPLETE . IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. They have engaged as foreman of this de partment, one of the most experienced Rook and Job Printers in tlie country ; and tie presses will be superintended by a Skilleu Pressman from one of the largest offices 1l New England, PAMPHLETS Will We printed from New Type, and ttu greatest care exercised to insure accuracy an freedom lYoui typographical errors. POSTERS &. HANDBILLS Plain or In colors, executed at vrrysh«rt uo tice and displayed lv tlie best manner. BUSINESS CARDS. CIRCULARS, STATEMENTS, B ' LL EA DS LETTER HEADS, BALL CARDS WEDDING CARDS, VISITING CARDS. INVITATIONS, ETC. Of this class of work we shall make a spe cialty, und iutend that nothing of the kind shall equal us lv this section. BANK CHECKS, DRAFTS, NOTES, DEPOSIT CHECKS BOOK HEADINGS, SIOCK CERTIFICATES ETC. Printed in a superior manner,on plain writ ing paper, or on bond and Bank Mote Pupei .11 black or colors. IN OOLD AND COLOHB. We sliail nay particular it ten tion lo BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS, ABSTRACTS, ETC., Which will be printed in tho Old Style Type .iow so universally in favor, and which we lave procured specially for this class of work. We shall also be provided for the printing of LEGAL BLANKS, OFFICIAL FORMS Ar"l DOCUMENTS. CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES. BILLS OF FARE, TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS, AND I VI Rl' VAItIETr OK GENERALJOB PRINTING PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. HERALD Job Printing House, LOS ANGELES. MISCELLANEOUS. Til i I DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, opposite THE COURT HOUSE, I.os Aiiifeles. Dunvmoor Brofli PROPRIETORS. THE FOLLOWING is A PARTIAL LIST oi a nicies we are now selling at extreme ly iow prices: MO Picture Albums, at $1 00 Fine I'ortfiJ.o-, ut 1 00 iteticllles 1 |hi i.udie-' Wink Box. s 1 00 Joseph's and .Wcxandcis ivid Glows l>er pair , 1 00 Beauura) Willing Desks H mi A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OF AXjls KINDS. Full assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cuffla, Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Gents' Drawers nnd Siiirls, ut «1 DO üblldrens' Dresses, al i uo Ladies'aud Gents'flats, al 1 on Gents' Fine Winle and Cal.u. . .-niir.s, at .. 1 OH Gents' Wool over shirts, ut 1 Ou iwo Under shins, at 1 oa Heavy Cottoiiade Pains, al 1 01) LlneuCoat, Pants and Vest, each, ai 1 oo Vases, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Pocket Cutlery, Etc. Alio a splendid assortment of Brackets and Rustic Frames, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Flint Glass Table Set, 0 pieces, for SI 00 . Goblets, Flint Glass, for 1 oo IS Tumblers. " " 1 00 1 Wine Sel, for 1 ou I Large Lamp, complete 1 On silver plated, five-bottle, Dinner custoi... 100 sherwood. Wire-frame, ihree-bottle, Bieakfast Castor 1 co 12 Large Tea Plates 1 00 aOoou Knives and Forks 1 un 0 Good Table Spoons 1 00 A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT JARS, and COVERED JELLY GLASSES, always on band and for sale at tlie lowest possible price. Also a countless variety of other articles of every description. Call and examine our stock at tlie DOLLAR STORE, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, ON MAIN sT ,i»- m-am—vi FURNJTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter A Lord), Have now the Largest Stock evor brought here. Have Just received a large lot directly fl'Om the Kant, and cordially invite tbw pub tc to examine their goods and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, flatting, XCtC. ICtc. ICto. Sidney Laeey, (With Dotter & Bradley), Is still soiling everything in above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Good 3. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are still Agents for the GROVER & ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call'attention to the fact that FOUR N«w mid Distinct and Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bi« Red Chair, ti'lo EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE Emerson Pianos. HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY, l now resume my business, heretofore conducted by J. D. Patrick, and havejustor deied a fresh Installment, of those SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS, Of which there has been more sold within tlie ast six months in this city than of all other put together. Also Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey and Mason & Hamlin Organs For sale on easy installments. Pianos and Organs for rent OEO. A. ARMSTRONG, At Photographic Parlors, Downey Block. Jiy.l Im—3 Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN THAT THE partnership boietoioie existing between v.any dc Murshall, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, 'ins busiuess will nereaflei be conducted by C. T. llalliy, Who Will collect all debts due tile linn. C. T. BATHY. W. 11 MARSHALL. Los Angeles, Juneoo, 104 JylO-lOt* F. & M. B. OF L. A. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stock holders of the Farmers' aud Merchants' 1. ek of Los Angeles will be held ut llieir office, in this city, on THURSDAY, ldtbof July next. Los Angeles. June 26,1571. c ISAIAS HELLMAN, Casble . Good Oliance. EOR SALE—A L \ KGP. LOT OF NEW Wagons of every description at VERY ».s/W PRICES. Apply at ALISO SHOP, uiyl'l-ilai —» It. «4..ja>». MISCELLANEOUS. The Grangers' Favorite and Champion ot the West. WHEELER & WILSON IMPROVED DRAW FEED SEWING MACHINES la Noiseless, Sew s Easier, Runs Lighter, ■Ins i-r.•:>(<'!■ Mechanical Mmnliclty tbuu any other Mm nine lv the World. THE WINNER AT LONDON, 1862: PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1873. DISTINGUISHED HONORS. Would's ExTOaITTOJT, Vienna, Ist." "Tho Einperorof Austria has conferred the Imperial Order of Francis Joseph on tbe Hon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President of the cele brated Wheeler A- Wilson S-wlng Machine Company of New York." The rest Is the CHEAPEST, Buy no other machine until you have seen the DRAW FKED WHEELER A WILSON. It will last a life lime. Every purchaser made a perfect operator. All machines guaranteed and sold on easy terms. Sewing Machines repaired and war ranted to give satisfaction. Keep on hand all the and Attach* ments, such as Tuck Markers, Hinders, Burners, Hemmers, Rippers,Ncedies,oil,etc., eic. Also all colors of Sewing Machine Silk and ofthe BEST HEWING MACHINE SPOOL COTTON In the maikef. Prices lowerthan any other house. Special attention given to orders s"nt to EDMUND DOAK, No. 1 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. jylO Bm—3s TO SAN FRANCISCO In 48 IloufH. ONLY 170 MILES OF STAGING. TELEGRAPH STAGE LINE FROM LOS ANGELES TO SATS FRANCISCO. PASSENGERS LEAVING LOS ANGELES by Southern Paciiie Railroad, at 11:.'IU a. m., connect with the Telegraph Stage Line, running Concord coaches, leaving San Fran cisco dally for Delano, connecting with trains of Central Pacific Railroad for Stockton, Sac ramento, San Jose and San Francisco. TOURISTS Wishing to visit Yosemite and Rig Tree Groves can procure tickets tor the round trip al ihe ollice. Passengers for HAVILAH, KERN VILLE, LONE PINE, INDEPENDENCE, and CERRO OORDO Connect at Bakersfleld with tho Telegraph Stage Company's Eastern Line. For Through Tickets—allowing (IO days lay over—and other information,apply to Los Angeles ollice Telegraph stage Line, United Slates Hotel. WM. HAMILTON, WM. v. Roberts, Proprietors. WM. HAMILTON, General Sup't. apBU-3m—lo W. APPLETON, Agent. Local Option Election Proclamation. rTtHE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE X. county of Los Angeles, stato of Califor nia, give notice timt In pursuance of an Act en tilled "An Act to permit the voters of every township or Incorporated city lv this State to vote on ihe question of granting license lo -cii intoxicating liquor*"" approved March 18 h, 1874, and petitions having been filed in accordance with the requirements of Section one of said Act, from ihe townships of Los Nietos, and Wilmington and liom the incor porated town of Wilmington— It is ordered that a s cciul election be held in said township m |..., Nietos, and in the said township of Wilmington in Compton Precinct, and in the township of Wilmington in Wilmington Preolnot, for the incorporated town of Wilmington, on Thursday, lhe tith day of August, next, between the hours of S a. m., aim sunset of that day, at which elec tion tile qualified electors throughout -aid townships and said incorporated town of Wilmington are to vote upon the question of "Liquor License," or "No Liquor License " Those who are not in favor of granting li cense shall have written or printed on their oallot "Against License," Those who are in favor of granting license shall have written or printed on their ballots, "For License." it Is also ordered that said election shall be held In the following place-, and the follow ing named persons ure appointed luspectois and Judges lor said precincts, tor the election to be held us above, to wit: JLoa Melon Election Product—at school house; FJ. H. Boyd, Inspector; James King, Jell' Beck, Judges. Silver l. lee ii on I*recluct—at school house; A. W. Ryan, Inspector; W. I. McDon ald, Henry Haramerton, Judges. < ouiptou Election I'reoluct—at school house; v. D. Compton, Inspector; J. E. McCoinas, Robert Orr, Judges. Wilmington Election Precinct — for the incorporated town of Wilmington, al . school house; H. Vanvalkenberg, Inspector; G. B. Keyes, D. W. Alexuiider, Judges. Jii witness whereof I huve hereunto set my baud and iithxed the seal of the Couutv Court, this 11th day of July A. D., 1874. Iseal.l A. W.POTI'S, Coumy Clerk, and ex-ulllclo Cierk of Board of Supervisors. JyL'-ui: NEW YORK BAKERY, MAIN STREET, BELOW THIRD. ALL KINDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, Aud PASTERY kept constantly on hand. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery to any part of the city. —S niyG-tf BUKHAHD & EBINGER. TO THE_PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store of Peter I -iimiioy „ Oilers for sale a. splendid assortment of groceries, provisions, winf:h, liquors 4'lt- A Its, TOBACCO, Etc., ttc„ At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publii. potronage. Goods delivered free to all uuns of the city. oo«, «v PETER LUNNET, Wtt'ZH 117 sad lib Mulii at. SOMETHING NEW. rj%SLE .UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP- X pointed sole ugrail lor the sule of th* c lobrated Barnett's Zinc and Platina Pens. These Pens are now used almost universal! v • tbey are warranted nou-corrosive. price, SL> fit per gross. Samples gratis. Jyl7-lnx- SAM. HELLMAN.