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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUN DA V AUGUST 2, 1574. S9*— m ? m — m SIHi BBBBBBaaaaaass- POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern Tele graph Stage Line -Arrive at 2:40 P. M.: clove at 10:30 M. Letters Intended Roc registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Coast Line—Stations between San Kraneisco and Los Ange'cs, via Santa Barbara-Ar rive at 10:30 P M.: closes at 0:00 P. M. San Diego Line—Han Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrano, etc.—Arrl\e< at. 12 M„ Closes at 3:30 P, M. Southern Arizona—Tucson. Int m, Arizona Cltv, and Wav Stations 1 ri-W. . kly vic";—Arrives Sunday. Wednesday and Frl lav at 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday ..mlsnturdav; Mall clone- *> X* P. M. Korthern Arizona—Prescott. Wlek nbi re and Way Stations -Semi-WOekiy ~ rives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A M; ,oaves Tues day and Friday; mail clos< >ai - ■ ■" P. M. San Bernardino aud Way Stations—San Ga briel, Xl Monte, Riverside, ... arrives at 10:40 P. M.; closes at MtSV P. Wilmlngtou and Waj Stations Arrives at 0:10 A. M.. closes at 8: W P. M. Cerro Gordo Lme Pine and Havllab -Arrives Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday at 2:40 F. M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur day: closes at IO:3oA. M. Domestic and Foreign Money Order Office— Open from 8:80 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.. except on Saturday, when ofllce closes at 3:00 P. M. San Francisco Office Hours— Has) A.M. to •mo p.m. On Sundays the offlee will be open for one hour alter she distribution of the Eastern mail. H. K. W. BENT, P. M. SHHSSHHSHSB?™^ City and County Official Directory. City J. R. TO HERMAN Major Office, No. 43 Spring street. B. F. HARTLEE... Marshal and Chief of Police office, No. 45 Spring street. GEO. R. BUTLER ...City Treasurer Office, Fashion stables, Main street. A. W. HCTTON City Attorney office, No. 56 Temple Block. M. KREMER City Clerk offlee. No. 45 spring street. WM. E. MOORE City Surveyor Office, Cor. Spring nnd First streets. Dr. W. T. LUCKY City Supt. Pub. schools J. H. McKEE, M. D Health Officer Office. No. 1, Spring street, up stairs. Common Council: F. SABICHI.Pre*., W. H. WORKMAN. EDWARD HUBER, E. F. DX CELIS, JUSK MASCARKL, P. BEAUDRY, J V'OB GERKIN, H. DOCKWEILER, JULIAN CHAVIS JULIAN VALDEZ. Meets every Thursday j\ M. at 3 o'clock, al its roum, 49 Spring street. • number of I'oninieree: S. LAZARD. Pres., L W. LORD, Sec, s. C. CAHWELL.Treas. JOHN G. DOWNEY, R. M. WIDNEY, J. M. GRIFFITH. N.J. NEWMARK, H. W. HELLMAN, P. BEAUDRY, C c. Ll PS, J. S. GRIP FIN. Board or Education: H. D. BARROWS. President. M. KREMER, Hec v. G. W. SMITH. WM. B. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY. County JJirectory. A. W. POTTS Co. Clerk and 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 BuTILLEtt Co. Assessor L. SEBOLD Co. Surveyor Hoard of Super visors: GF.O. HINDS, Chairman, J. N. GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY, F. PALOMARES, F. MACHACO, JUAN J. CARILLO. Interpreter. Regular Meetings—First Monday of each month. Judicial Directory: Y. SEPULVEDA District Judge Terms of Court—First Monday of Feb., May., Aug., and Nov. H. K. H. O'MELVEN V... Judge of Probate and County Courts. Terms of Court—First Monday of Jan., Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov. I) .BICKNELL Dist. Court Commissioner Office, No. 311, Temple Block. justices' Courts: WM. H. GR AY' ..Temple Block, over W. F. 4 Co.'s Office. JOHN TH AFFORD. ■ . Downey Block, Temple Street. Los Angeles Library Association: J. R. McCONNELL President J, C. LITTLE FI ELD Librarian Library, Downey Block, National Officials. H. X, W. BENT Postmaster Postoffice, Temple Block. ALFRED JAMES Reg. U. S. Land Office J. W. HAVERSTICK....Rec. U. S. Land Office Temple Block. J. O, WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev. Office, No. 10, Temple Block. J. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Gauger Office, No. 48, Temple Block. J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. S. Marshal New High street. B. C. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner Office, Nos. 28 and 28, Temple Block. JACOB A. MOURENHAUT French Consul Main street. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. «OLU REPORT. Man Fkancisco, August 1. Gold, l»i GreenbucKs—Buying,ftl!selling, 92. Wan t ■ ,«•!< i-< .. Market« By Telea;rai»n. San Francisco, August 1. FLOUR -*.-> 26*8 7.-.. WHEAT—II 6041 ts."v BARLEY—SI 65*1 70. OATS—BI 40*41 60. rye— n io_,«i au. HAY—B9r4l4 00. W00L—828T432. ONIONS—SO.nUOc. CORN—SI M,V,i»2 00. BEAN S—SViijHfiC, HOPS-We. COTTON—f 14.. POTATOES— ji) 73.41 lv. BUTTER—2IaB3O. " CHEESE- 12-at-V. EGGS—2o__lc, per doz. FEA< TlES—*2»a 30 V box. APPLES-75c. till 50 V: box. FIOS—37 9500. fi HONEY—2O327a. V tb. Exports. August L—2l cs honey. 7cs old Iron, gM Ms wool, 2 sks lead, 1 pkg rope, 106 sks rye, 1 tool chest, 4 sections iron fence, 1 tomb stone, 1 corpse, 4 posts, 1 pkg nidse, ,") bis wool, 1 jack screw. 204 household goods, 2es books. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. S 8 Brownell. s F Bohr McKay, S F A Caldewood.Oaklnd PGlbney, do L Upson. Sac CN Holmes, do Wm s Lyons, Alanula .1 Harrington, do 3 Congrove, Spadra EBBendloh, do PICO. A Fried, 8 F > V Llndell Awl, IndT J S Smith,do o if Bliss A wf, Kngstu AW Water, Chicago H R Ridley, Sue M v Belibaw,CrGrdo M 8 Llntly, Detroit LAFAYETTE. T A Saxon, i N Jones A wf. Snt Fe L D Smith, i in O Mrs Dela isa, Ranch PSansevain A tiny, P Davis. Anahin DC Dunning, P W Bllerman, Cr Grdo UNITED STATES. L W Dlnan.San Jose, C Hidcheii, Cucamngo I.M Galium, do J 8 Clopp, do T Manning, S F .1 Manning,S F JECTark, do D Boentzager, S F Wm MaUon, county cc Lyman, county H W Hammer!on,San J B Robertson,SGabtJ Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, F-OCR— I uiions ■< 50 Extra*! bbl...J i; 23i Nails. Weg... uJ4 Superfine ffWA ffU FaUIT— Bacon, %» ft Can'd W do* 4.50 Hams Uwfn Ass'd Jellies... I 51V45 00 I.ard 12 *14 Dried- Sugar- Apples f> ft.. 9 Crushed llVf Peaches y Island No. 1 10 Grapes g Coffee 23 Potatoes,^ctl 125 1 hin, 'cental 2ou Salt— Barley 75 Common .... 1 50 Wheat I _5 Liverpool,... 2 oo Butter, %i lb 86 Candies, %t t0... 18@85 Cheese 13i. Candles 15418 •Swiss Cheese.. 37> a Brooms,doz 3'a3 75 Codfish H Liquors, ftcsc ~st§lo salmon 6'_(47 Cioaes— Mackerel Dom'cWlOOO 86380 Tea _7fij7s Imported do I2«i'a2oo •' Green 100 Powder— Starch a% Mlnlng.Vkg 4SO Tobacco 30(41 00 Canned 7c<4»i Beans, fiewt. 160 Fuse. %>loort. .. 82 CO Retail Mnrhrt. MEATS. Primp be„r. x I(Vi*l2c gSOOBd class t*4*C Prime mutton ||Ut Veal 12} ie Prime caltie ||.W25 (}<kml sheep ..feFi.2so Chickens, (>er dor ««e»7 Ducks, perdoz $&f»« 50 Turkeys, per pound dressed- 22<<.250 Uecse, " «' " 2-V Fresh Snlmon, \h r lb 50&7&S FRUITS. (iranges, per doz 75e I,onions, per doz 75 i "s>.- Dried apples, per lb me Dried pears, per lb I n- Dried peaches, per It' l ie Fresh strawberries ■* lb 12V 2 e Fresh tomatoes 'v* lb 12' jjc string houns, ¥ lb «c Green Corn, %4 doz 10c Apples, >t box M] "si FealS, hundred 60"i7jc Watermelons, V dozen fjfi M VKtiKTABLES. Turnips, per It' 4c Asparagus, per tb I 2' a c Cabbage, per lb 4 Carrots, per Phi lb J3 no New onions, 'r lb lHit-e Radishes, per do/ 5c Lettuce, per head 3e l i ROC FRIES. COFFEE Mocha «2'- a c Java 37*-j,o i osla Rica Ho TK \s-Black . S<Vf|«l "0 Japan ttMogMl 00 (irecn 75c;.,?l no Kutter Me Kggs. per doz 87<flM0d Cheese, per lb 20"t3ne Brown sugar lOjfglil'tC Reflneil sugar IS\ .il4o strained honey wpUISfC Canvassed hams 800 Los Angeles hams 15c Extra iamiiy flour, "ft bbl «7 00 Supertlne ft! 50 Graham.. $7 00 Mixed feed v ion lb* «1 no Cracked corn f) 10*' lbs $1 00 Corn meal J2 50ti2 75 Pearl barley lbs 6\c Split peas fi'^c Syrup, per keg, 5-gal 3 -HI WINES. Cueamongo, ■ lm!. 4 yrs si no Port wine, " " 1 25 Angelica. " " 1 25 Walnut brandy. W. gal 3 50 Sainsevain wine bitters, V gal 1 25 Cal. white wine, 'f> gal. 5 yrs 75 Aguadiente, gal. 3 yrs 175 PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. DI RECTOR V. STATE OFFICERS. MmHv Hop. J. M. Hamilton, Guenoc, Lake County. $erret/iry—Vf. H. Baxter, 320, California street, room 9, third floor, Han Francisco. Slat* Anent —I. G. Gardner. 320, California street, room 9, third floor, Han Francisco. LOS ANGELES COUNTY. County I)<j>uty—Tho9. A. Garey, Los An geles. MtrM Agent—J. Q. A. Stanley, Los Angeles LIST OF GRANGES. Following is a list of Granges in Los Angeles county: Los Angeles Grange No. 3H, Los Angeles— Thos. A. Garey, Master; S. A. Waldron, Secre tary. Regular meetings are held on the 2d and 4th Saturdays of each month at 2 o'clock p. m., at Grange Hall. Gompton Grange No. 37. Compton—C. W. Coltrln, Master; A. F. Coltrin, secretary. Regular meetings on the 2d and 4lh Saturdays of each month, at 1 o'clock p. St. Enterprise Grange No. 38, La Dow District; post office address, Los Angeles—A. M. South worth, Master; W. T. Henderson, secretary. Regular meetings arc held every Saturday, at 1 o'clock, p. m. Fairview Grange, No. 39, located at Ana heim—Edward Evey, Master; J. M. Guinn, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on tne first and third Saturday of each month, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Masonic Hall. Orange Grange, No. 40, located at Richland, Postoltiee address. Orange; Joseph Beach, Master; J. W. Anderson, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Saturdays of etch month at 1 o'clock p. m. Silver Grange No. 41, located at Gallatin. Post office address, Los Nietos—H. L. Mont gomery, Master; W. P. McDonald, Secretary. Regular meetings on the second Saturduy ot each month, at 1 o'clock, p. m. New River Grange, No. 42, located in New River District—Master, Willis Newton; Secre tary, S. G. Baker. Regular meetings are held on "the second Saturday of each month at 1 o'clock, P. M. El Monte (irange No. 43, El Monte—Geo. C. Gibhs,Master; J. H. Gray, Secretary. Regu )u l meetings on the 2d Saturday of each month. Los Nletos Grange, No. 44, located at Old Los Nietos, J. F. Marquis, Los Nietos Post office, Master; W. S. Reavls, Los Nietos Post office, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, at. IU o'clock a. m. Eureka Grange, No. 68, Postoffice address, Spadra, Cyrus Burdick, Master; P. C. Tonner, Secretary. Regular meetings are held every Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, at the l'alo mnres 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 in Bogdale District; post office address, El Monte—S. S. Reeves, Master; J. W. Marshall, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the first Satur day of each month, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Azusa Grange No. 94, located at Azusa; post otlice address, El Monte—W. W. Maxey, Master; J. C Preston, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the second Saturday oi each month, at 1 o'clock, p. m. Florence Grange No. 05, located at Florence. Post office address, Los Angeles—Joslah Rus sell, Master; Wm. Porter, Secretary. Regular meetings are held ou the 3d Saturday of each month, at 2 o'clock, p. tn. Westminster Grange No. 127, Westminster Colony—M. B. Craig, Master; W. F. Poor, Sec retary. Regular meetings held every Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Vinelnnd Grange, No. ISfi, Tustin City. A.B. Hayward, Master; R. L. Freeman, Secretary. Spadra Grange, No. — located at Spadra \. T. t urrier.Master; Joseph Wright,Secretary. SAN 11ERNARDINO COUNTY. San Bernardino Grange No. 61, located at San Bernardino, R. Shelton, Master; J. Brood hurst, 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 nnd San Bernardino counties meets on the second Tuesday of February, May, August, and Nov ember! The next meeting will be held at Anaheim, on Tuesday, August 11, 1874, at lv •vl<H-k, a. m. Thos. A. Garey, Los Angeles, Master; J. F. Marquis, Anaheim, Secretary. FOR SALE-TO LET. Paying Over 35 Per Cent, a Year. A MIRY BUSINESS FOR SALE, CON .tf\ si-ting of Ko acres, situated one-hnlf mile outside I.os Angeles city limits, with im provements thereon, four horses, two wagons, thirty-livegood dairy COWS, with a good OASh paving inlik rouie, etc. Price,B6.3oo. For further particulars apply to 11. HAM MEL, Jyll-lm—2'-;» U.S. Hotel. <«_1 T PC—SECOND HAND PIANO —RA- OJL 8 •_• vcn & Bacon makers, for sale. Inquire of Mrs. Lusie c. Baker, Music teacher, 39 Spr ng St., or of J. E. Cohen, with Harris a Jacoby. jy.t-tt—2 TO LET—A nicely furnished and pleasant ly situated room, with or without board at E. Dunbar's, west side of Hill street, be tween Second and Third. je 14-tf—l O LET.—A DWELLING HOUSE OF FIVE rooms, on the hill between Fourtli and Fifth streets, inquire of C. Broad, Spring street, or at HS Los Angeles sireet. Jy29 lw—1" NOTICE OF APPLICATION. U. S. Land Office. l Los A hi,i.i.ks. Cel., July 1,1874. j APPLICATION HAVING BEEN FILED iv this otlice by Jesse D. Hunter as a purchaser In good faith and for a valuable consideration of certain lands excluded from the Qnal survey of Ihe Pueblo or «'i'y lands ot the < it y ol Los Angeles, to be allowed lo pur chase under the provisions of tlie 7th Section ofthe Act of July 23, 1806, the foi lowing de scribed tracts of land, to-wlt: Lots 1, 2,;.. 4, 5, ti and 7 nt Si c'jon 0, and Lot 1 of Section baud containing 158 79-1( J acres. Notice Is hereby given l hat a bearing will be had upon said appiication u< the United Slates Laud Ofdce, at tho City of Los A ngeles, Cal., commencing on Tuesday, the 11th day of Au gust, 1874, at h) o'clock a. m., at which time and place all parties in interest will beallowed to introduce testimony, and cross-examine witnesses touching the claim of said appli cant. ALFRED JAMES, Register. J. W. Haverstu k, Receiver. Jyl Inf—3 DR. J. H. STROM, GR -DUATE OF THE MEDICAL COL lege, at Augusta. Oa., can be found a Room No. 9, over Hellmaa A Haas' store, Los Angeles, Cal. Jy2l-tf— 2 BANKING HOUSES. THE J3^VI\I%. WM. WORKMAN. T. V. T. TKMI'I.K. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, HANKERS. TEMPLE BLO*CK, lAJS ANOELES. Receive Deposits. Issue their Certificates and transact a UENEKAL BtMilM. in SIMM. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO SANK QJJaflstl. AT SAN FRANCISCO Exchnuge fur sale en >i#»w York, Unmburg, London, Ilerlin nnd Vmwtmi Icrankfort. Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dart and Gov ernment,State,County and City Bonds bought and Hold. Receive valuables for sate keep ng. —10 LOS ANGELES COUNTY SAVINGS BANK MAIN STREET, Lon Anfrelen, Cal. CAPITAL STOCK, :::::: $300,000 Prk.sii.knt J. S. SLACSON Vice-President J. M. GRIFFITH DIRECTORS: ,T. S. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH, V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT 8. BAKER, i T. BIX BY, H. B. TICHENOR. GEORGE S. DODGE. ! Open for business from 10 a. m. till r. m., i and Saturday evenings from 6 to S o'clock. Deposits received In any amounts. Money to loan on real estate In amounts and for length of time desired. JlyO-tf— > FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' O V JL, OS A IVO EI.S3 S. CAPITA!. 8300,000 JOHN G. DOWNEY President L W. HELLMAN Cashier Exchange for sale on j Sun Francisco, New York, London, Dublin. 1 Frankfort, nnd j Merlin, Hamburg. Receive deposits and Issue their certificates. ] Buy and sell Legal Tenders, Government, • State, County and City Bonds. Will also pay i the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. | From and after this date, on all moneys left as term deposits. Interest will be allowed. Los Angeles, June 18th. 1871. ly—6o FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS BANK, OF LOS ANGELES. THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' Bank of Los Angeles removed to their New Building,adjoining the Lafayette Hotel, ou MONDAY, the 15th inst. JOHN G. DOWNEY, President. Isaias W. Hellman, Cashier. jelSif— .SVj K. K. FISHER. 1.. W. THATCHER. Tlie Grangera Buy <>C FISHER & THATCHER FORMERLY E. E. FISHER & CO. Wo make specialties of fine Watches, Jew elry, Diamonds, Silverware, Clocks, specta cles, etc. We make all kinds of solid gold jewelry, wet diamonds, enameling in all col ors, gilding, engraving in ever st> le ofthe art. Etruscan jewelry made and repaired, restored or recolored. Sid id gold chains made to or der. Old chains repaired and recolored to look like new. Ail kinds of watch work made from a screw to a perfect I y adjusted watch Prices lower than the lowest, for quality of goods and woilc. FISHER A THATCHER, jyl tf—s Manufacturers, 07, Main St. CAROLINE C. BURTON HAS JUST RETURNED FROM RAN Francisco with tlie largest assortment ol lIAIB GOODS, Ever offered for sale In this city, comprising Hair Switches, from $5 upwards, Puffs, Curls, Waterfalls, Etc. Also MOHAIR GOODS of every description. Je2otf-;(;-a No. 0 Spring st. opp. Postoffice. A. ULYARD urn a DAILY EXPRESS LINE TO HA.TSITA. MONICA. Carrying- Passengers and floods. Leaving Los Angeles each day at7:BOA.M.I leaving Santa Monica each day at 3:30 i\ m.; calling at Pico House, Lafayette, Clarendon and U. S. Hotels. junaitf—.;'.'. # 3 7 *> Buys as Good a Piano AS ANY MAN WANTS. Manufactured by VOSS & SON, NEW YORK;. FOR SALE BY WM. Ci. BADGER. sole Agent for the Pacific Coast, 7 and 9, Sansomestreet, San Francisco. I. E. COHN, Traveling Agent, S. D. McLennon, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Ci(t*ai*t» and Tobacco, New COMMERCIAL STREET, adjoining Commercial Restaurant. Goods cheap for cash. Junstf—s N. H. Mitchell's LIV ER V STABLE! C CENTER STREET, ANAHEIM, CAL. -j Having thoroughly refitted my Livery stable, I am prepared to furnish Saddle Horses or Single and Double Teams, on short notice. I offer great inducements to Travel ers. Horses kept by the day week or month. Terms reasonable. JylStf—l;^ TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. -\T°TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE M. E. Church South will hold a Camp Meeting at their camp ground at the Wash burn ford on New River, beginning so as to embrace the first Sunday in September next. The law protecting such places from trade and ; trathe will be rigidly enforced against all who ; trespass within the legal bounds, except by permission ofthe manager. Los Nietos, July 27.187 i. M. G. SETTLE, 1 FRANK E. ADAMS, \ Managers. J. T. CARNEY, / Jy3o w td-S MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE TO TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS! ON AND AFTER JULY IST, r, j, Jg-». the uudersigned will establish a ■^■a^s^ssse*. LINE OF STAGES BETWEEN Spadra (Rubottom's)and San Bernar dino, via Rincon, Chino and Riverside. A FIRST-CLASS CONCORD COACH Fitted up expressly for the convenience and comfort of passengers will Leave Spadra every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, On the arrival of the :>:W P, K. train from Los Angeles, carrying the IT, s. Mail and Express for Rincon, Chino, Hivcrclde and Sun Bernar dino. Returning will Leave San Bernardino every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. At 3 o'clock a. m., connecting with Southern Pacific Railroad at Spadra lor Los Angeles. Running time and Fare the same as by the Cueamongo route. This loute, avoiding the Desert, tuns along the valley of the Santa Ana river and through the well-known colony at Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON. Proprietor, junaotf— *. WILLCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NOISELESS SIMPLE Durahlc Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of Machines Bought, Sold. Ex changed and Rented. AGENT KOB E. Butterick & Cos PATTERNS. SUMMER STY"LES NOW READY. PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underweai Manufactured In a superior manner. Mai«' rials of the best quality furnished at tbe lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by tho Yard. St. Im HAIT, deel7- 8 No. DO Spring St.. Los Angeles. T. C. SWIGART. JOS. HUBER, JR. SWIGART & HUBER. DEALERS IN STOVES, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE AND CROCKERY WARE, GLASS, Hardware and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING Done to Order. Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot, NO. HO MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES. Jun2ltf-5 J. L. Ward & Co., 43 MAIN STREET, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS REPRESENTING London Assurance Corporation, Assets, 013,000,000. /Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford. Assets, #6,000,000. Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco Assets, 51.n00.000. Policies are written by us in above com. panics, without reterence to parent offices. Liberal advancements made on GRAIN ot PRODUCE, consigned to our correspondent* in San Francisco, at moderate rates of com mission. je 23-lm— a SOMETHING NEW LOS ANOELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MT friends and the public generally, that I have engaged one of the very best WATCHMAKERS Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persons having watches or clocks to repair will please give me a trial and judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, '25,000 assoi ttii articles, for sale cheap, ar. c. nccomarvN, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL ST9 -Nc. SO, my6m—2 State Investment Insurance Co. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 409 California Street* SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets Exceed - • • $360,000. OFFICERS : PETER DONAHUE President. A. J. BRYANT Vice-President CHARLES H. CUSHING Secretary. stockholders aud Directors In ■,<«• Angeles : JOHN G. DOWNEY, F. P. F. TEMPI.It, I. W. HELLMAN, O. W. CHILDS, JOHN JONES. All Premiums for Insurance are deposited in Los Angeles Banks, aud loaned up.m ap proved securities. WM. J. BRODRICK, mylotf-3% Agent in Los Angeles. ■ WILLOW WARE MANUFACTORY" PATRICK HOBAN, FROM THE STATE INSTITUTION l t>R the Bliud, has opened nn establishinene for the manufacture of all kinds of willow wan . BASKETS OF EVERY STYLE On hand and made to order. Baskets repaired and chairs re-seated. Being a llnlshed work man, be respectfully solicits the pulilic pa tronage of Los Angeles. No. 60, Spring street, first floor, under Col. Peel's boarding house. Jy2tt .. SKINNER & SMALL. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ADDRESS THROUOU THK » POSTOFFICE. Are well known In Los Angeles as sueceas 1 ful builders, and refer for recommendation t>.» I all tot wbasa Utey have done wark. my 19— MISCELLANEOUS. PAGE & GRAVEL, Successors to John Gnller. Carriage and Wagon MANX FACTORY. Nos. .IS. 4.1 and 37 Los Angeles street, LOS ANOELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE, Wagons and Vehicles of all cvfIPSJL kinds,of tlie BEST MATERIALS, and on short notice. A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab lishment attached. •■-Repairing neatly and promptly done. »*.Prtces Moderate. All work warranted, lanl-tt—s EAGLE MILLS. W, WEBER Ac CO. HAVING LEASED THE EAGLE MILLS —formerly known as steams' Mill—have thoroughly overhauled the same, nnd put In New Machinery, At an expense of over 13,000, and are now pre pared to do all kinds «f GRIST WORK on satisfactory terms. Also keep on iiand FLOURS, MEALS. CRACKED CORN AND BRAN. GRAIN OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT. Alameda street, above the City. Jyl'Jtf 5 THE MUTUAL AID! ASSOCIATION. J.. M. HOLT, Wee-rotary. No. 41 Temple it lock f,as Angeles. THIS ASSOCIATION IS DESIGNED TO pay the sum of $t $2,000 to the family or nominee of deceased mem bers. Its membership is now rapidly filling up. The expense to each member Is light—the cost being nboutone-thlrd that charged by the old-style Life Insurance Companies. The Mutual Aid, A paper devoted to the Interests of the Asso ciation will be sent to anyone applying to the Secretary. A good, live agent Is wanted In every neigh borhood In Southern California, to canvass for members. For further particulars inquire of the Secre j tary, either in person or by letter, or of GEO. A. ARMSTBONO, Jyl9 Traveling Agent. Los Angeles, July 15,187 i. i 1 Everybody Knows —THAT— MENDEL MEYER J£EEPS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK DRY T GOODS, CLOTHING, FANCY NOTIONS, and FURNISHING GOODS, Which he sells at the bottom prices. Mr. J Meyer has Just returned from San Francisco, : where he has purchased his SECOND STOCK Of Summer Goods for this season. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. MENDEL MEYER, Corner Los Angeles and Commercial Sts. 1 Jy-ttf-5 GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF : Aluuieda and Firatt HtN., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M It. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " \ Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " " —— They constant I v keep on head f DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHIjrGLER, LATHS, SHAKES, I HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-tf—s 500 ARE HELPING THEMSELVES TO | Choice Family Groceries AT THE GRANGE STORE, Main st., bet. Second and Third, LOS ANGELKW. rflrerythine Hold ot. a feJimde Above Cost. isar Goods are delivered promptly to every part of tbe city. J. H. SEYMOUR, General Manager, j Los Angeles, July Is, 1-7' Jylotf-J .1 ———————^———————————————— LOS ANGELES STORE I.AFATETTK HI.OCX. DR. L. TERRY'S* NEW STORE AND NEW DRUGS. MEDICINES, I CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERIES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually fjund in a drug store. Jeltf—t PUBLIC NOTICE. ji /"CONSUMERS OF WATER OF THE LOS L Angeles City Water Company, residing ! castot Hill, New High and Castelar streets, will please take ' NOTICE, That they will only be allowed j the use of water for gardens between the hours :of 7 and 9a. .it., and 4 and p, m., on aud after : this dale. Any violation of this rule, which ; will he strictly enforced, will be met by . cutting off the water. Nor will any consumer I bo allowed to furnish water for building pur ' poses without leave of the Superintendent. Plumbers will p.eaMri lake notice that they Will not lie allowed lo place buth-tubs Ol water-closets lv any premises without Aral j notifyiug thesupeiintendent. C. E. MILES, A Superintendent. I Los AsexLia, May 6,1874, iv > 711—0 MISCELLANEOUS. The Grangers' Favorite and Champion of the West. WHEELER & WILSON IMPROVED DRAW-FEED SEWING MACHINES Is Noiseless, Sews Easter, Runs Lighter, Mas Orealer Mechanical Mnipllclty than auy other Machine In the World. THK WINNER AT LONDON, 1862; PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1873. DISTINGUISHED HONORS. World's Exposition, Vienna, 1873. "The Emperor of Austria has conferred the Imperial order of Francis Joseph on thellon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President of the cele brated Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine Company of New York." The best is the cheapest. Buy no other machine until you have seen tlie DRAW FEED WHEELER A WILSON. It will last alifetlme. 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 ull the Extras and Attach ments, t.uch as Tuck Markers, Binders, Butilors, Hcmmcrs, Rippers, Needles, oil,etc., etc. Also all colors of Sewing Machine Silk and ofthe BEST SEWING MACHINE SPOOL COTTON in the market. Prices lower than any other house. , Special attention given to orders s"nt to EDMUND DO A X, No. 1 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. JylO-Hm—Sft Local Option Election Proclamation. Till: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE county of Los Angeles, stato of Califor nia, give notice that In pursuance of an Art entitled "An Act to permit the voters of every township or incorporated city iv this State to vote on the question of grunting license to sell intoxicating liquors," approved March 18th, 1874, and petitions having been filed in accordance with the requirements of Section one of said Act, from tbe townships of Los Nietos, and Wllmiugton and from the incor porated town of Wilmington— It is ordered that a special election be held in said township of Los Nietos, and in the said township of Wilmington In Compton Precinct, and In the township of Wilmington in Wilmington Precinct, for the incorporated town of Wilmington, on Thnrsday, the Oth day of August next, between the hours of 8 a. m., and sunset of that day, at which elec tion the qualified electors throughout suid 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 lavor 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." It IS also ordered that said election shall be held in the following places, and the follow ing named persons are appointed Inspectois and Judges for said precincts, tor the election to be held as above, to wit: I.os Nletoa Election Precluct—at school house: E. 11. Boyd, Inspector; James King, Jen' Beck, Judges. Silver Election Precinct-at school house; A. W. Ryan, Inspector; W. P. McDon ald, Henry Haiuniertou, Judges. Cumpton Election Precinct—at school house; G. D. Compton, Inspector; J. E. McComas, Robert Orr, Judges. Wilmington Election Precinct — for the Incorporated town of Wilmington, at school house; H. Vunvalkenberg, Inspector; O. B. Keyes, D. W. Alexander, Judges. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my j hand and athxed the seal of the County I Court, this 11th day of July A. D., 1874. I.SEAL.) A. W.POTTS, County Clerk, and ex-oflicio Clerk of Hoard of Supervisors. Jyl2-td; NOTICE To the Stockholders of the Co-opcrn tlve Nuraery and Fruit Cou>pauy of Eos Augeies Couuty. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I at a meeting ofthe Board of Directors of s.od Company, held at the Secretary's ollice on Wednesday, July 1, 1874, the first payment of one dollar per share on the subscribed cap ital stock ofthe Company was called in, to be paid to Ihe Secretary at his offlee, No. 41, Te mple Block, within thirty days from the date of notice to he given by tlie President and Sec retary. It was also ortlered that any sub scriber to the stock of tho Company failing to make such payment within thirty days should lorfelt his or her subscription to the stock, and that such forfeited stock should beagalnplaced on tlie market. Under this action, all stock must be taken by the 3d day of August, at 12 M., 1871, or be forfeited to the Company. The Secretary Is now ready to issue certificates of stock. Los Angeles, July 2,1874. THOS. A. OAREY, President. Lm M. Holt, Secretary. Jy3 td—S TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store or Peter I^iiiiiioy, Offers for sale a splendid assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc., At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publii potronage. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. PETER LUNNEY, 22ftf-2 1 , 117 nud llv Main at. NEW YORK BAKERY, MAIN STREET, BELOW THIRD. ALL IONDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, And PABTERY kept constantly ou hand. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery to any part of the city. —* my.-tf BUKHARD & EBINUER. SOMETHING NEW. THF. UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AF peinted sole agent for the sale of the celebrated Bamett's Zinc and Platina Pens. These Pens are no w used al most v n I versall y; they are warranted non-corrosive. Price, f;i SO per gross. Samples gratis. Jyl7-lm» * SAM. HELLMAN. MRS. HUGHES. «">ii<li«*j-r Iluir jPressslnf* OF ALL KINDS. CURLING, CRIMPING and Prising. Any order will be tilled In twenty-four hours. Entire satisfaction guar anteed; otherwise, no pay asked. Wit mak ing at tbe shortest notice. Ittv Main street, Los Angeles. Jy2» tf—B MRS. N. A. PICKENS, M. D., HOMOEPATHIC AND HYGEINIC PHY slclan. Tieats all diseases. Calls an swered day or night. Specialty; Obstetrics and female diseases. ltl> Spring srteel, Los Angeles, Cal. j>aBtf-84. FOR SALE CHEAP. ABOUT ISO ORANGE TREES, TWO AND three years old. inquire ut this otlice. THEO. WOLLWEBER, Third at. between HprUigund Fort Sts. Iyi*-«t-4, CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. AN ORDINANCE To Create the ollice of City •iurveyor, to Provide for Filling said Office, and rrscrlhing tbe Powers aad Duties of such Officer. T7w Mayor and Common Council of the City of Im* Angela do ordain eu follows: Section 1. That there be and hereby is cre ated the office to be known and called the office of City Surveyor. sec. 2. The ohlccol City surveyor shall be filled by appointment of some suitable person to be Selected by the Common Council ofsald city, and Who shall bold said office for and during tlie pleasure of tho Common Council. sec 3. Whenever the Common Council shall appoint any person to the position of City Surveyor, it shall be the duly of tbe Clerk of the Common Council to make out and deliver to such appointee a certificate of such appointment, In writing, nnd thereupon such person so appointed shall within ten (10) days after receiving such certificate of his ap pointment qunltiy by taking and subscribing to the constitutional oat h of oftice.aud by exe cuting to said city an official bond In such amount us the Common Council shall pre scribe, with two or more sureties, condi tioned for Ihe faithful performance by him of all the duties of his said office. The bond shall be approved by tbe Mayor, and when so approved shall be, together with the affidavit containing the onth ol office so taken by said officer, deposited with and remain In the official keeping ofthe Clerk of the Common Council. Sac. 1. It shall be the duty of the City Sur veyor to make all survey-, maps and plans required by said city; to make out all assess ments of tiie costor probable cost of any work done or to bo done, and to superintend the making of all public Improvements; to keep a record,ln books to be provided by the city, of the Held notes of all surveys made and maps of 'he same, and full, true and correct ac counts and memoranda of the cost and ex penses of all public works and Improvements, and to keep posted iv his office all plans and specifications of work to be done, for the In spection of all parties desiring to examine the same, and to do and perform any and all other matters and things which may be required of him by any ordinance of said city or'by any res 111 v tion or ot her order of tbe Common Coun • oil ol said city. sec. 5, The City Surveyor shall receive no salary, but shall be paid from time to time as full compensation for all services rendered the city such fees as may be prescribed by the Common Council. Sec. «. It shall bo unlawful for the City Sur veyor to become or he in any way, directly or indirectly, interested In any contract made or to be made by said city with any contractor or other person for making any kind of improve ments In said city; provided that the provis ions of this section shall not be so construed as to prohibit the said Surveyor from charg ing nnd receiving the fees allowed by tbe Common Council to be charged by him as aforesaid. Sec. 7. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after is passage, approval and publication, and all ordinances and parts of ordinances la so far as they conflict with tall ordinance shall be, and the same are, hereby repealed. Approved in tlie city of Los Angeles, Cal . Jul> 115, 1874. J. H. TOBERMAN, Mayor. I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance was adopted by the Common Council at Its session of July 23, 1871. M. KREMER, Jy2B City Clerk. A RESOLUTION Prescribing the Compensation and Fees of tbe City Surveyor. BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE COMMON Council of lhe city of Los Angeles, as fol lows: Secton 1. That the City Surveyor be, and he Is hereby authorited, to charge and collect the following fees, to-wit: For all engineering work done on any street ordered graded, ma cadamized or improved, when levels and esti mates are necessary for such Improvements, he shall have from each lot ten cents per run ning foot for the first fifty feet; eight cents per i mining foot for any additional number of feet up to one hundred feet; six cents per run ning loot for auy additional number of feet above one hundred leet and less than two hun dred and fltty feet, and four cents per running I loot ior all over two hundred ami fifty feet. These rales to be charged to each lot or parcel of land fronting on the strett where the work is done, and to be Included In the amounts assessed against the property for street lm provenients. For all engineering on sewers he shall receive two and one-half cents per running foot in front of any lot or parcel of land fronting on the sewer built, tbe same to be charged ami collected the same as provided in section one ot this resolution for lees on | streets, For each and every day's work, when em- I ployed by the city by the day to perform auy work not mentioned in the list of fees, he shall receive Ihe sum of five dollars per day. I hereby certify that the fo.egoing resolution was adopted by the Common Ccuncll at Its session of July 23, 1874. M. KREMER, Jy26 10 -7 City Clerk. Notice of intention. I VrOTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ;_> tbe City of Los Angeles, intends to grade und construct Spring street In the following j manner, from Its midsection with Main : street to Fourth street: Sidewalks of wood shall lie laid down, hav ing a curbing of redwood, 3x12 inches, fastened to redwood posts 4x4 inches square. Said posts to be set in the ground two feet, and to be placed six feet apart, on the inside of the curbing; tlie sidewalk shall be ten feet wide, and shall have three additional stringers be sides tlie curbing; said stringers to be 2xB inches square; the planking of the sidewalk shall be two inches in thickness, and spiked to the curbing and stringers; the sidewalk of said Spring street, shill be made of plunk, from its intersection with Main street to First street; from First to Fourth street the same curbing sliail be laid, but the walks shall be of gravel. The road-bed shall be cut down or filled up to a level of eiglit inches below the grade of the street. On this bottom formed, a layer of gravel five Inches in thickness shall belaid; over this a layer of broken stone or coarse gravel shall be laid to the depth of three Inches; over this a thin layer of red cement •gravel shall be spread, the whole to be wetted and thoroughly rolled. The streei shall have gutters of hard granite cobble stones, as faras First street. These gut ters shall in- live feet wide, and commence ten Inches helow the top of the sidewalk,'and shall conform to the plan and grade of the street. The street, shall have side slope to wards tbe gutters of one foot in thirty. By order of the Common Council. M. KREMER, City Clerk. Jy-O-led-T Notice of Intention. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tbe city of Los Angeles Intends to make tlie following improvements on Commercial street, lrom its intersection with Main street to Alameda street. Said Commercial street Is to be graded and constructed in the following manner, to wit: The sidewalk to be seven feet wide, aud made of wood. The curbing shall be of redwood scantling 3x12 Inches. This curbing shall be spiked to posts 4xl inches square, set two feet in tbe ground, on the inside of the curbing, and six feet apart. The covering of the sidewalk shall be two inch plank, or one-lneh plank doubled. The gutters shall be four feet wide, and paved wilh hard cobble-stone. The surface ofthe gnttershall be ten inches below the top of the sidewalk, und shall rise toward the center ofthe street with a slope of one Inch to tbe foot. The bed of the road shall be cut down or filled up until it Is eight Inches below tbe grude ol the sireet. On this bottom formed a layer of gruvel, 5 inches deep, shall be laid; over this a layer of coarse gravel or broken stone shall be laid to the depth of three inclic--, this.to be covered by a layer of cement gravel, ai. ... .c properly rolled. The sidesiope ofthe street shall be one foul to thirty feet, and shall commence at the sur face of the gutters. The road-bed shall conform to the estab lished grade of the street. By order ofthe Common Council. M. KREMER, City C erk. JygHOd—7 PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY tbe Common Counc.ll at Its session of August 21.1874, for 813,500 Bonds ofthe city of Los Angeles, bearing 7 per cent. Interest per annum, payable at the office of the Treasurer of the city of Los Angeles. M. KREMER, Jy29 20t-4 City Clerk. JOHN PURPURA'S BARBER SHOP, SPRING 9T,, NEXT DOOR TO Noyes A DurfeC's Auction Store. Shav ing, Hair-cutting and Shampooing done In the latest style of the art. French, Spanish and Italian spoken. Jly2_tf—J MORSCH ft MANNING, House;andsign painters-fresco, Scene, Gilding, and Banner Painters la Court street, opposite Court-house, Lo* Angeles. Graining, Glazing, Calclmlning and Paper-hangiug. JylO-Sm—2 SlSTErivro^ THE SCHOOL pF THE SISTERS OF Charity, on Alameda street, will reron*_ August 17, 1874. Pupils are requested to be present at tbe sail ing of Ate classes at a o'clock a. at. , Hrw 14-4