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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SATURDAY SEPT. 5, 1874.
POSTAL INTELLIGENCE.
POST-OFFICE^DIRECTORY.
Hasten., san Francisco and Northern -Tele
graph stage Line—Arrive at 2:40 P. M.; closo
at 10:30 B. Letters Intended tor registry
must be presented before 10 A. M.
Coast Live—stations between San Francisco
atui Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar
rive at 10:K) P. M.; closes at 9:00 P. M.
San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla
tin, Capistrano. etc.—Arrives at !'_' M.,
closes at 3:30 P. M.
Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona
City, and Way Statiens—Trl-Weekly <*ei
vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri
l«v at 12 -M .: leave*. Monday, Wednesday
Saturday; Mall closes nt 3:30 P. M ■
Northern Arizona—l'rescott. Wickenberg and
Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon
day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tucs
dav and Friday; mail closes at 2.30 P. M.
San Bernardino ami Way stations—San Ga
briel. El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives al
l»:40 P. M . closes at 2:30 P. M.
Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at
8:10 A. M.. closes at 3:30 P. M.
t>rro Gordo. Lone Pine nnd Havllah—Arrives
Monday, Wednesday and. Friday at 2:40 P.
M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur
day; closes at 10:30 A. M.
Domestic and Foreign Money Order Office—
Open from 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M., except on
Saturday, when ofllce closes at 3:00 P. M.
San Francisco Office Hours—B:oo A. M. to
7:00 P.M.
On Sundays the office will be open for one
hour alter the distribution of the Eastern
mail.
H. K. W. BENT, P. M.
City and County Official Directory.
City Directory.
J. R. TOBERMAN Mayor
Office, No. 43 Spring street.
B. F. HARTLEE...MarshaI aud Chief of Police
Office, No. 45 Spring street,
GEO. R. BUTLER City Treasurer
Office, Fashion Stables, Main street.
A. W. HUTTON City Attorney
Office, No. 56 Temple Block.
M. KREMER City Clerk
Office, No. 45 Spring street.
Wm. E. MOORE City Surveyor
Office, Cor. Spring and 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,Pres., W. H. WORKMAN,
EDWARD HUBER, E. F. Dn CELIS,
JOSE M \SCARKL, P. BEAUDRY,
JACOB GERKIN, H. DOCKWEILER,
JULIAN CHAVIS JULIAN VALDEZ.
Meets every Thursday p. m. at 3 o'clock, at
its room, 49 Spring street.
Chamber of Commerce;
S. LAZARD, Pres.,
I. W. LORD, Sec, S. C.CAsWELL.Trens.
JOHN G. DOWNEY, R. M. WIDNEY,
J. M. GRIFFITH, N J. NEWMARK,
H. W. HELLMAN, P. BEAUDRY.
C. C. LIPS, J. S. GRIFFIN.
Board of Education:
H. D. BARROWS, President.
M. KREMER, Sec'v. G. W. SMITH.
WM. B. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY.
County Directory.
A. W. POTTS Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts
3. W. GILLETrE Co. Reeorderand Auditor
T. E. ROWAN Co.Treasurer
W. R. ROWLAND...Co. Sheriff and Tax Coll.
GEO. H. PECK Co. Supt. of Schools
DIONICIO BOTILLEK Co. Assessor
L. SEBOLD » Co. Surveyor
Board of Supervisors:
• GEO. HINDS, Chairman,
J. N. GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY,
F. PALOMARES, F. MACHACO,
JUAN J. CARILLO, Interpreter.
Regular Meetings—First Monday of each
month.
Judicial Directory:
t*. SEPULVEDA District Judge
Terms of Court —First Monday of Feb.,
May., Aug., and Nov.
H. K. K. O'MELVENY...Judge of Probute and
County Courts.
Terms of Court—First Monday of Jan.,
Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov.
D .BICKNELL Dist. Court Commissioner
Office, No. 39. Temple Block.
. Justices' Courts:
WM. H. GRAY...Temple Block, over W. F. A
Co.'s Office.
JOHN TRAFFORD...Downey Block, Temple
Street.
Los Anireles Library Association :
J. R. McCONNELL President
J. C. LITTLEFIELD Librarian
Library, Downey Block.
National Officials.
U. K. W. BENT Postmaster
Postoffice, Temple Block.
ALFRED JAMES Reg. U. S. Land Office
J. W. HAVERSTICK....Rec. C. S. Land Office
Temple ill.irk.
J. O. WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev.
Office, No. 10, Temple Block.
J. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Ganger
Office, No. 48, Temple Block.
J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. S. Marshal
street
B. C. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner
Offloc, Nos. 28 and 28, Downey Block.
JACOB A. MOURENHAUT.. .French Consul
Main street.
CLINTON R SEARS, In charge of Improve
ment of Wilmington Harbor—Residence
at terminus ot street railroad.
LETTER LIST.
The following is a list ofthe letters held for
postage in the Los Angeles Postoiliee, Sept.
4th, 1874:
John Richards, San Gabriel.
E. G. Matthews A Co., San Francisco.
L. P. B. Nichols, Sacramento.
Littlefleld, Webb A Co., San Francisco.
UNMAILABLK.
Postal card signed by " Mrs. Parsons."
H. K. W. BENT. P. M.
Exports.
Following is a list of the freight shipped per
steamer Kalorama from Wilmington, Septem
ber 4th, as roported for the Hekald by W.
H. Moulthrop:
141 sks rye,lßs sks wheat, 49 sks castor beans,
50 bales wool, 9 sks abalones, 11 sks fish, 6 pkg
general mdse. Total; 65 tons weight.
Shipped per steamer Orizaba to New York,
Sept. 4th.—636 dry hides, 8 bbls honey, U l /„ do
do, 138 do do.
From Los Angeles depot, Sept. 4th.—B pipes
wine, 2 bxs fruit, 1 hf bbl wine, SAbdls sheep
skins, SI bales wool, 6 rams, 2 bxs grapes, 1 lot
household goods.
Freight List.
The following Is the list of freight which ar
rived from Han Francisco, per steamer Ori
zaba, s.-pt. i:
AA2,ARI,BD 789, 0 B 13, O M A Co 1, C F
II A Co 3, C W shaw 3. D A B 6, D Nagh 11, Dr
Taford 1, X A II 2, X A G 20, X I, 7, E T T 1, E
Meyer 24, F George 14, F \ r 2, FP 1, [G] 10, Hl,
8. H N A Co 187, H A J 2, H I) B A Co 80. [N] H
i. ii * li 13, Impt 28, J Grelick 4, J Lelver 11, J
Bros 2, J WCunduff 6, J Cappel, J Huddcn
berg 1, .1 G Thompson 1, J Hump 1, J Whitney
1, L I. A Co 2, L A R 1, L Mesmer 1, I, Llichen
berger39, L Markberf 1, M A Co 22, MBS A
Co 1, [M WJ 13, M W C 26, M R 54, M A Co 752,
N A Co 87, Panamint Co 1, P P 1, R A V 150, R
Leon 5, S A B 1, S A H 7, ST Hayes 1,8 Norton
ii, H Meyer 2, S C Koy 1, S Hellman 13, V Hon"
19. W Slaney 1, W H Steel ,i, w Farrell 20, W
B 55, Z W L 33, M X 28, T Haws 1, W F A Co
16, C A E 73, E B Wood 3, A P 1, E T Tarbox 1
horse. Total IS6 tons.
The following is the list of freight which ar
rived from San Francisco, per steamer Kal
orama, Sept. 4:
A Judge 6, A W T 21, BAH 13, B A C 2, [CI O
3. C Knowlton 10, C G F Co 2, D C Wilson 2, E
T T 1, Dotter A 82, Doming 2, E M McD 28, F
C 1, Gen Stoneman 6, G W Tallant 4, Grange
Co 88, G 4 M 1, H A J 2, H N A Co 50, H A It 3,
H A L 5, H H A Co 315, H L M 1, N G 1, H A
Co, JBTI.J Vie 1, J D P 1. J Lenner 1, J L W
A Co 106, X A F 15, L F 20, L L 21, L A A S P R
RB, XL] 5, L A Co 1, L A BCo 15, L Lehman 1,
L A H9, M N 5, L B 17, M W C 7, MAR 1, M
Reoston 2, Mosher A It 18, Mrs M L Halt 1, N
J 80, Mrs A B Leach 1, Prof L A Adams 1, P A
R 10. P W A Co 2, J WS 2, B 18, S M y, S A H
30, IS] 5, 8 M 4, S S T 1, MS Haves 13, S V 4, T
McL 4, U S Hotel 1, V P4, W A R4, W McD
10. Total, 120 tons.
The following Is the list of freight which ar
rived from San Francisco, per steamer Los
Angeles, Sept. 4th:
A M « Co 18, A Ward 1, Brodriek A Co 2, B A
Van Dorn 32, B A C 9, B A B 1, B C B 1, C Ruy
nal 9, Cohen A Straus 4, D A B 19, D W 3, F W
A Co 12, D Main 4, Fisher A T 4, F O I, G Rose
2, G Davis 53, Harris A Rhem 1. H II A Co 450,
J Rodenberg A Co 2, J M A Co 86, L A A M P R
R 192, L Siscrach 1, L A C 64, L Wood 2, Luuth
A Co 250, L M 2, N J 2, P N 12, R N 47, T A Co
1, T C B 3, V H 4 Co 332, W * Co 39, W M S 21,
R H 1.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
UOLD REPORT.
Han Francisco, Scptemb-r 4.
Gold, MM
Greenbacks—Buying, 91' 4 ; selling, 91?^.
San Francisco Markets—By Telegraph.
San Francisco, September 4.
FLOUR—B6 25.
WHEAT-81 50 «S1 55.
BARLEY—*I Bo.* 175
DATS—BI Stiai 01).
RYE-81 07S.
HAY-8H 00*814 00.
WOOL— BKU2I.
ONIONS —SVuSSc.
CORN-81 &>.
BEANS ./v7c.
HOI»S-22 tf 2t)c.
Ci )TTON— 814 V.
POTATOES—BO »m 00.
BUTTER-3i.i37' c.
CHEESE—IasrSo.
EGGS—4o<g4.>c. per doz.
PEACHES—BI(4I 75 V box.
[email protected] 75* box.
FIGS—B7(9BOO. V It.
HONEY —20ij27e. lb.
Wholesale Market.
PROVISION'S.
FLOUB— I unions 2 50
ExtraWbbl...B 6 25'Nails,V keg... 826
Superfine SK(S Fruit—
Bacon, V B 12>4<ai5 4 .V)
Hams 12Va17 Ass'd Jellies...! 50 i."
Lard 12 (#ll Dried—
Sugar— Apples v lb.. 9
Crushed 11., Peaches »
Island No. 1 II) Orapes 8
Coffee 28 Potatoes, %tc 11 125
Corn,* cental 2DO Salt—
Barley 75 Common .... 1 50
Wheat 1 25 Liverpool,... 2 00
Butter,V tt> 85 Candles, 1b... is ..35
Cheese 13' 3 Candles lorfil.S
Swiss Cheese.. 37,'-, Brooms, VUloz 3ft3 75
Codflsh !) Liquors, $1 ese s<alo
Salmon 6%@7 Cigars—
Mackerel 14 Dom'cljUOOO [email protected]
Tea 87rii75 Imported do 120^200
"Green 100 Powiier—
Starch 12' 2 Minlng.Vkg 4.50
Tobacco 50(31 00 Canned 7c<« 31
Beans, V cwt. 150 Fuse, WOO ft. .. $2 00
Retail Market.
MEATS.
Prime beef. 10(r(12c
Second class B®Bc
Prime mutton B(iili2e
Veal 12Hc
Prime cattle #15 g25
Good sheep [email protected]
Chickens, per doz [email protected]
Ducks, per doz $6 m> 50
Turkeys, per pound dressed 22<<-.v
Geese, " " " 25c
Fresh Salmon, per lb 50 76c
FRUITS.
Oranges, per doz 758
Lemons, per doz 75 9600
Dried apples, per tti 100
Dried pears, per tb |5c
Dried peaches, per It) 15c
Fresh strawberries lb 12..c
Fresh tomatoes It, 12j .".<•
String beans, <B lb 6c
Green Corn, 'oi doz 10c
Apples, f) box [email protected] 50
Pears, hundred 50.ii75c
Watermelons, tl dozen If I 50
VEGETABLES.
Turnips, per 1b Ie
Asparagus, per lb I." c
Cabbage, per tb "4
Carrots, per 100 lb S3 00
New onions, %! lb l)' 2 @2c
Radishes, per doz 5c
Lettuce, per head '■)>■
GROCERIES.
COFFEE—Mocha 82Uo
Java 37>,c
Costa Rica 2.> c
TEAS—Black 50etf?Sl 00
Japan 62%[email protected] 00
Green 75cySl 00
Butter 40c
Eggs, per doz [email protected]
Cheese, per lb 20(i30c
Brown sugar .' 10}4<3l2V i ;c
Refined sugar i9%@i4c
Strained honey 8;uli" ..e
Canvassed hams 2oc
Los Angeles hams 15c
Extra family flour, V bbl 87 00
Superfine £<! 50
Graham §7 00
Mixed feed %i 100lbs SI 00
Cracked corn <H 100 lbs *1 50
Cornmeal $2 [email protected] 75
Pearl barley lbs ~ t; 1 .c
Split peas ti 1 ., c
Syrup, per keg, 5-gal 3 50
WINES.
Cucamongo, %1 gal, 4yrs $1 00
Port wine, " " 1 25
Angelica, " " 1 25
Walnut brandy, Wi gal : 50
Sainsevain wine bitters, V, gal 1 25
Cal -white wine, gal. 5 yrs 75
Aguadlente, V gal. 3 yrs 1 75
MISCELLANEOUS.
T Tf E
DOLLAR STORE!
Main Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
I.os Angeles.
l>uiLsmoor Hi-os*.
PROPRIETORS.
rpiiE following is a partial list
J. of articles we arc now selling at extreme
ly low prices:
100 Picture Albums, at *l oo
Fine Portfolios, at 1 00
Reticules 1 00
Ladies' Work Boxes 1 00
Joseph's und Alexanders Kid Gloves per
pair , 1 00
Beautiful Writing Desks 100
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY
OF ALL lil^TJsS.
Full assortment of
Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars,
CuilVi, Etc.
And Ladies' Underwear.
Gents' Drawers and Shirts, at $1 00
Childrens' Dresses, at 1 00
Ladies'and Gents'Hats,at 1 oo
Gents' Fine White and Calico Shirts, at... 1 00
Gents' Wool Over Shirts, at I 00
Two Under Shirts, at 1 00
Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 1' oo
Linen Coat, Pants and Vest, each, at 1 00
Vases, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps,
Pocket Cutlery, Etc.
Also a splendid assortment of
Brackets and Rustic Frames,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE.
Flint Glass Table Set, 6 pieces, for 81 00
8 Goblets, Flint Glass, for 1 00
12 Tumblers, " " 1 00
1 Wine Set, for 1 00
1 Large Lamp, complete 1 00
Silver-plated, five-bottle, Dinner Castor... 1 («l
Sherwood, Wire-frame, three-bottle,
Breakfast Castor 1 00
12 ijxrae Tea Plates 1 00
0 Good Knives and Forks 1 00
6 Good Table Spoons 1 oo
A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT
JARS, and COVERED JELLY GLASSES,
always on band and for sale ut the lowest
possible price. Also a countless Variety of
other articles of every description.
Call and examine our stock at the
DOLLAR STORE,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, ON MAIN ST
Je 23-3m-27
GRIFFITH. LYNCH & CO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF
A l;t ui<-<lu and JTir»«at tSt h.,
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " "
They constantly keep ou hand
DOORS.
WINDOWS,
BLINDS,
POSTS,
SHINGLES,
LATHS,
SHAKES,
HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC
ap2B-tf—s
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Grangers' Favorite and Champion
of the West.
WHEELER & WILSON
IMPROVED DRAW-FEED
SEWING MACHINES
Is Noiseless, Sews Faster, Runs Lighter,
lino «Jrcnlcr Mechanical Simplicity
thmi nuy other Mitch lue lv
the World.
TIIEWIS.VSK AT
LONDON, 1862; PARIS. 1867; VIENNA, 1873.
DISTINGUISHED HONORS.
Woiti.n's Exposition, Vienna, 1873.
"The Emperor of Austria lias conferred the
Imperial Order of Francis Joseph on the Hon.
Na.haniel Wheeler. President Of the cele
brated Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine
Company of New York."
The best Is tlie cheapest. Buy no other
machine until you have seen the DRAW
FEED WHEELER A WILSON. It will last
a life time. Every purchaser made a perfect
operator.
All machines guaranteed and sold on easy
terms. Sewing Machines repaired and war
ranted to glvesatisfuetion.
Keep on band all the Extras and Attach
ments, such as Tuck Markers, Binders,
Puttiers, Hemmcrs, Rtppers,Needlea, OU,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 sent to
EDMUND DOAK,
No. 1 Spring street. Los Angeles, Cal.
JylOOm—2s
HOME
SEWING MACHINES
LATEST,BEST AND CHEAPEST
THE PERFECTION OF MECHANISM
The Lightest Running, Fastest Sewing. Most
Simple. Compact and Durable Shuttle
Machine In the World.
IT HAS ALL THE LATEST IM
provements and sews finest material and
Heavy leather. Also the
HOUSEHOLD GEM
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine—Price $15.
Every Machine warranted perfect,and kep
in good running order Five Years FREE.
Lessons.given till each purchaser is a per
fect operator, FREE.
Agent also for the most popular Pianos, Or
gans, Music, etc. Sells on easy installments.
Call and examine, at rooms, 137 Main St.
augtiif 8. MERRILL, Agent.
WILLCOX & GIBBS
IMPROVED
NOISELESS '*Zf !i, W SIMPLE
LightrunningHjiSK^—jari©* l " and Durahle
Family Sewing Machine.
All kinds of Machines Bought, Sold, Ex
changed and Rented.
AGENT Fl!)R
E. Butterick &Co's
PATTERNS.
SUMMER STYLES NOW READY.
PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Manufactured in a superior manner. Mate
rials of the best quality furnished
at the lowest rates.
All kinds of Family Sewing and
Repairing.
Stitching by the Yard.
M. 1.. ISAM.
dee! 7-8 No. 60 Spring St.. Los Angeles.
~ 500
ARE
HELPING THEMSELVES
TO
Choice Family Groceries
AT TIIE
GRANGE STORE,
Main St., bet. Second and Third,
L.OS ANGELES.
Everything; Hold nt a. Shntle
Above Cost.
BW Gooda are delivered promptly to every
part of the city. J. H. SEYMOUR,
General Manager.
Los Angeles, July 18, 1874. jylotf—s
L. LIGHTEN BERGER,
(Successor to Boeder A Llchtenberger),
JUTANUFACTURER OF
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
113, 148 and 147 Main street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronage of
the public in his line of business. All ve
hicles built ofthc BEST MATERIAL. An
extensive
BLACKSMITH SHOT*
Is connected with the establishment, where
all kinds of Blacksmithing will be done to
order.
REPAIRING
Done with dispatch, and with ■ view of giving
smisfact ion to patrons.
All A'Vorli Warranted
no7-tf lp—2?4
LA CRONICA,
piTBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLT.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and Suturday
mornings, oilice in Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It has a large circulation in the State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
and South America, and Spain.
"* I vii Cronica"
commends Itself to the Advertisers who may
Wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous population
of different nationalities, on the Pacific Coast.
Advertising- Kates Very Reasonable.
Subscriptions—One Year, $6; Six Month.
83 50: Three Months, $2. oc2tf
Namesol ownersuuj Description or Property. b ■>• '.t&c £"<§ Ib*
J If <l p Z si IS
r| 2.8*5. al
.. MS ISII 5i & ?
Mrs. Arcadia B. de Steams.—Lot bounded northerly by ~ '
Areadla street, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly by
the property of S. C Koy and J. O. lXiwncy, and westerly by
Main street, having a frontage ou Main street of IH.I feci it) SO Jl lo 40 *27,400 00 SIT 3! SMI 06
J. ti. DOWOey.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Sirs.
Areadla Steams, southerly by the lot ot Pert v A Kilev, and
westerly by Main street, and easterly by the lot of Mrs. Ar
cadia Steams, having a frontage of M .VI2 Mcl on Main 5t.... f»l Iti |7 3o» 00 1 {r> 18 19
J. M. Riley« Win. H. Perry.—Lot bounded northerly by
J. (1. DoWnM*■ lot, easterly by Mrs. A. Steams' lot and* the
lot of s. c. Koy, southerly by the lot of l'io Pico, and west
erly by Main street, having a frontage on Main .street of
M 4-12 feet m || ft} 7,600 00 418 45 25
t io Pico.—Lot bounded on the north by the lot of Pen v ,*
Riley, on the east by s, V. Foy's lot, on the south by the
Bella Union properly, and on the west by Main street, hav
ing a frontage on Main street of SB feet HO 20 00 5,250 00 277 .'W77
Bella Union, J. I i. Downey, Assignee.—Lot bounded north
erly by the lot of Pio Pico, easterly by the lot of O.W. Chllds,
southerly by the lot of Charles s. Ducommun,and westerly
by Main street, having a frontageon Main street of 87 10-12
fact 80 70 00 13,050 00 190 76 96
Charles L. Ducommun. —Lot bounded northerly by the
Pel la Union property, easterly by the property of Mrs. Slg
noret,southerly by Commercial street, and westerly by
Main street, having a frontage on Main street of 40 2-12 feet 80 36 93 6.975 00 360 40 59
Jose Mascarel.—Lot bounded on the north by Commercial
street, on the cast by the lot of Juan Barre, on the south by
Concepcion Alanis'lot, and on the west by Main stieet,
having a frontage on Mam street of 6()feet 80 62 80 8,250 00 789 00 19
Concepcion Alanis.—Lot bounded on tlie north by the lot
of Jose Mascarel, easterly by John Gollar'a estate,southerly
by tho lot of Juan Lanfranco, and westerly by Main street,
having a frontage on Main street of 09 feet SO 65 20 8,625 00 772 02 92
Jimn Lanfranco.—Lot bounded northerly by Concepcion
Alanis, easterly by the lotsot Goller and Temple, soul here
by the lot of Downey A Hellman, and westerly hy Main
sTreet, having a frontage on Main street ol 98 feet SO 78 10 12,250 00 10 20 88 66
J. G. Downey & I. M. Hellman.—Lot bounded on tlie north
by Juan Lanfranco's lot, on the east by the lot of Manuel
Requena, on the south by the lot of Morris C. Navarro, and
on the west by Main street, having a frontage on Mainstreet
of 65 feet 80 52 00 8,125 00 671 58 71
M. C. Navarro.—Lot bounded on the north by the lot of
Downey A Hellman, on the east by the lot of — Bush, on
the south by Kequena street, and on the west by Main Street,
having a frontage on Main street of 34., feet HO 27 17 4,293 00 355 3102
Lewis Mesmer.—Lot bounded on the'north by Requena
street, on thi! east by Los Angeles street and the property
of Prank Hiverina, on the south by the lot of Frank Rlvei
ina and the lot of Rivara and Sangulnetti, and westerly by
Main street, having a frontage on Main street of 142 feet 80 113 60 11,200 00 710 120 70
I). Kivara A (J. B. Sangulnetti.—Lot bounded on the norl h
by the property Of Louis Mesnier, easterly by the lot of
Krank Riverine on the old Alvarado property, southetly
by the Cordona property, und westerly by Main street, hav
ing a frontuge on Main street olloo)a feet 80 80 40 10,500 00 502 85 19
Cordona Kstate; widow, 1!. M. Cordona; children, It. M.
Cordona. S. A. Cordona, K. Cordona, Leo. Cordona, Pedro
Cordona.—Lot bounded northerly by 1). Rivara AO. R. San
gulnetti's lot, easterly by Alvarads's lot,southerly by lI.W.
stoll's lot, and westerly by Main street, having a frontage
on Main street of 86 feet SO 69 23 8,000 00 469 73 92
Mrs. 11. W. Stoll.—Lot bounded northerly by the estate of
Dr. I'edro Cordona, easterly by Alvaradw's lot, southerly by
estate of Charles Fluhr, and westerly by Main street; front
age on Main street, 19 11-12 feet 80 13 93 1,495 00 180 17 23
Kstate of Charles Fluhr, Chris. Fluhr,agent.— Lot bound
ed northerly by H. \V, Stoll's lot,easterly by Alvarado'slot
and Los Angeles street, southerly by the lot of D. Rivara A
ti. 11. Sanguenetti, and westerly by Main street; frontageon
Main street,33 10-12 feet 80 27 06 2,.545 00 222 20 28
D. Rivara A G. B. Sangulnetti. —Lot bounded northerly by
the estate of Charles Fluhr, easterly by Rurappe'B lot, south
erly by A. Breswalter's lot, and westerly by Main street,
fronting on Main street 101 feet 89 80 80 7,575 00 662 87 42
Andres Briswulter.—Lot bounded northerly by the lotol
D. Rivara A G. B. Sanguinetti, easterly by lot of Breswoth,
southerly by Wm. Nordholt,and westerly by Main street;
frontage on Main street, 1(15 feet 80 84 00 7,875 00 088 90 88
Wm. Nordholt.—Lot bounded on the north by the lot of
A. Briswalttr, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly by
First street, and westerly by Main street, having a frontage
on Main street of 127 feet 80 101 OJ 9,525 00 813 109 92
John Willson.—Lot bounded northerly by First street,
easterly by lot of Thompson, southerly by lot of O.W.
Chllds, and westerly by Main street, having a frontage on
Main streetof 57 5-12 feet 80 45 95 2,870 00 167 47 00
0. W. Childs.—Lot bounded on the north by John Will
son, easterly by the lot of Thompson, si, utherly by the lot of
J. S. Griffin, and westerly by Main street, having a frontage
on Main street of 72 leet 80 57 6J 3,000 00 209 59 09
John S. Griffin.—Lot bounded on the north by the lot of
O. W. Chllds, on the east by Los Angeles street, southerly .
by the lot of K. Greenbauni, and westerly by Main street,
having a frontage on Main street, of 98 feet 80 78 40 4,900 00 281 81 21
Ephrain Greenbauni.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot
of J. S. Grlflln, on the east by Los Angeles street, on the
south by the lot of I. M.. Hellman, and westerly by Main
slreet, having a rontage on Main street of 72 feet 80 67 60 8,600 60 209 59 68
1. M. Hellman.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of E.
Greenbauni, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly by
the lot of J. Well, and westerly by Main street, having a
frontage on Main street of 61){ feet v SO 49 20 3,075 00 178 50 98
Jacob Weil.—Lot bounded northerly by tlie lot of I. M.
Hellman, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly by the
lot of A. Glasell, and westerly by Main street, having a
frontage on Main street of 61% feet 80 4920 8,075 0) 198 50 98
Andrew Glasell.—Lot bounded northerly by.). Weil's lot,
easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly by the Scott lot,
and westerly by Main street, having a frontage 011 Main
streetof 111% feet SO 89 20 5,575 00 323 92 43
Mrs. J, R. Scott,—Lot bounded noriherly and easterly by
the property of A. Glassell, southerly by the property of the
Roman Catholic Church, and westerly by Main street, hav
ing a frontage on Main street of i>s% teet 80 14 40 2,775 00 101 46 01
Bishop Amat.—Lot bounded on the north by the lot of J.
R. Scott and the lot of A. Glasell, easterly by Los Angeles
.street, southerly by the lot of B. Colin,and westerly by Main
street, having a frontage on Main street of HlVi feet 80 89 20 6,575 00 198 92 13
Bernhart Cohen.—Lot bounded on the north by the prop
erty of the Roman Catholic church, easterly by the R. C.
Church property (Bishop Amat 1, southerly by the lot ol
Charts Henne, and westerly by Main street, having a front
age on Main street of 46 feet 80 38 80 1,810 00 54 37 31
Henne estate, J. G. Downey and Jacob Phillips, Adminis
trators.—Lot bounded northerly by B. Cohen's lot, easterly
by R. C. Church property, southerly by Lorenzo Leek's lot,
and westerly by Main street; frontage on Main street, 63 5-12
feet 80 50 73 3,578 00 74 bl 47
Lorenzo Leek.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot ofC.
Henne, easterly by the lot of R. Catholic Church, southerly
by the lot of Harris Newmark, and westerly by Main street,
having a frontage on Main street of 109 3-10 feet Rll 87 40 1,370 00 11.8 88 68
Harris Newmark.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of L.
Leek, easterly by the Roman Catholic Church property,
southerly by the lot ot J. A. Morenhaut, westerly by Main
street, having a frontage on Main street of 738-12 feet 80 58 9;! 2.918 00 86 59 79
Jacob Morenhaut.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of
Harris Newmark, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly
by C. E. Thorn's land, and westerly by Main street, having
a frontage of 80 feet on Main stict 80 61 00 3,200 00 9 ) 04 91
Cameron E. Thorn.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of
J. A. Morenhaut, easterly by the (lot of or) estate of C.
Henne, southerly by J. G. Downey's lot, and westerly by
Main street, having a frontage on Main street of BOKieet 80 48 40 2,420 00 71 4911
J. O. Downey.—Lot bounded northerly by C. E. Thorn's
lot, easterly by estate of C. Henne, southerly by lot of said
J. G. Downey, and westerly by Main street, having a front
age on Main stregt of 81 feet - 80 01 80 3,241 10 to 65 75
J. G. Downey.—Lot bounded northerly by a lot of said J.
G. Downey, easterly by (lotof) estate ofC. Henne, southerly
by Morgan's Lane, and westerly by Main street, having ii
frontageon Main street of 527-12 feet 80 42 06 2,105 00 6" 42 68
Camer n E. Thorn.—Lot bounded on the north by .Mor
gan's Lane, easterly by Los Angeles street, and southerly
by Mrs. A. Steams' property and the lot of J. Huber,west
erly by Main street, having a frontage on Main street of
UWtf fee 1............ 80 12$ 40 4,815 00 .1 27 131 07
Joseph C. Huber—Lot bounded northerlyJbyC ■ X.Thorn's
lot, easterly by C. E. Thorn's lot, southerly by the land of
Mrs. A. Steams, and westerly by Main street; having a
frontuge on Main street of 105 feet 80 84 00 8,150 00 214 80 14
Mrs. Arcadia B.de Steams—Tract of land bounded on the
north by J. Ruber's lot and the lot of C. E. Thorn, easterly
by Los Angeles street, southerly by Ogner's Lane and west
erly by Main street; having a frontuge on Main street of
520 8-12 feet 80 416 52 13,016 00 261 419 14
Description or Property on West Side of Main
Street.
Wm. Fergus >n and Jacob Metzker—Lot bounded north
erly by I. W r . Hellman,easterly by Main street, southerly
by the estate of Boucliettc,and by New High street on the
west; frontage on Main street, 101 feet 80 80 00 15,000 00 264 82 61
Mrs. Bouehett, Santos Bouehett, Elvira Cmoto, minor—
Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Ferguson A Metzker,
easterly by Main street, southerly by S. Meyer's lot, and
westerly by New High street; frontage on Main street, 96 1-2
feet 81) 77 20 1 4,475 00 225 79 75
Samuel Meyer—Lot bounded on the north by the Bou
chette estate, easterly by Main Street, southerly by C.
Fluhr's lot, and westerly by New High street; frontageon
Main street, 30 1-2 feet 80 29 20 5,112 00 95 30 15
Chris Fluhr—Lot bounded northerly s. Meyer's lot,east
erly by Main street, southerly by the lot of F. M. Bunk,
and westerly by New High stieet; frontageon Main street,
H- feet 080 89 60 17,800 00 295 92 ,56
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles—Lol
bounded northerly by Ihe lot of C, Fluhr, easterly by Main
slreet,southerly by the L. Wolfskill property, westerly by
New High stieet; frontage on Main street, 20 feet ~ 080 16 00 3,000 00 53 16 63
Luis Wolfskill—Lot bounded northerly by the lot, of the
F. M. Bank, easterly by Main street, southerly by the estate
of Cardwell or heirs, and westerly by New High street;
frontage on Main street, 48 feet o SI) 88 40 7,200 00 127 39 67
Cardwell estate, Win. C. Cardwell, Lenora Cardwell,
minor; J. G. Downey, guardian—Lot bounded northerly by
L. Wolfskill's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by F.
Sabiehi's lot, and westerly by New High street; frontage
Main street of 18 feet "0 SO 14 40 2,700 00 48 14 88
Frank Sabiehe—Lot bounded northerly by Cardwell's
lot easterly by Main street, southerly by J. G. Downey, and
westerly by New High street; frontage on Main street, IS
toefi 080 14 40 8,700 CO is iiss
J.G. Downey—Lot bounded northerly by F. Sabiehe's es
tate, easterly by Main street, southerly by Temple street.
westerly by New High street; frontageon Main street, 202 flo Bi> ltd 60 30,800 oo 585 100 pa
F. P. F. Temple—Lot bounded northerly by the intersec
tion of Main, spring and Temple [streets,easterly by Main
street, westerly by Spring street, and southerly by Court
house street; frontage on Main stieet, 225 5-12 feet OSO 180 88 83300 00 87 20 "17 53
Los Angeles County—Lot, bounded northerly by Court
street, easterly by Main st reet, southerly by Market street,
and westerly by Spring street; frontage on Main street, 66 ft 080 52 8J 9,9u0 0t) 40 80 93 60
John Lanfranco—Lot bounded northerly'hy Market street,
easterly by Main street, southerly by D. Hunter's lot, and
westerly by Sprlngstreet; frontage on Main street, 30i4 feet 08) 21 40 3,050 08 28) 27 25
.lese 1), Hinner— Lot bounded noriherly by J. Lanfranco's
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by F. Signoret's and
westerly by J. Lanfranco's lot; frontage on Main street,
SIX feet 080 27 60 3,450 00 822 30 82
Mr. Felix Signoret—Lot bounded northerly by .1.1). Hun
ter's lot,easterly by Main street,southerly by K. N. McDon
ald's lot. and westerly by Lanfranco's lot; frontage on
Main street, 3710-12 feet 080 8,780 00 353 38 79
K. N. McDonald—Lot bounded northerly by F. Signoret's
101, easterly by Main street, southerly by the lot ofj. G.
Downey and I.W. Hellman, and westerly by the lot ol
Strell A Trudell; frontage on Main stieet, 80 7-12 feet 080 61 40 8.078 00 671 71 11
J. G. Downey and I. W. Hel linan—Lot bounded north
erly by E. N. McDonald's lot, easterly by Main street,
southerly by I. W. He 1 man's lot, und westerly by tho
property of Hellman and Trudell; frontageon Main street,
34 1-2 feet 080 27 60 3,450 00 322 30 82
I. W. Hellman—Lot bounded northerly by tlie lot of J. G.
Downey and L W. Hellman, easterly by Main street, south
erly by L. Llchenberger's lot, und westerly by Sam Hell
man's lot; lrontage on Main street, 91 feet OSO 72 80 6,800 00 10 95 83 71
L. Lltchenburger—Lot bounded northerly by I. W. Hell-
man's 101, easterly liy Mnin street, southerly by J. Klrtz's
lot, nnd Westerly by Mrs. Phillips' lot; frontuge ma Main
street, 113 feet 080 92 40 8,0 00 13 79 IC6 IS
.1. Kirtz—l,ot hounded northerly by 1,, I.ltehcnburger,
easterly by Mnin street, soulberlv by First street, and west
erly by Mrs. Phillips' lot; I runt age on Muln street, 25 feet... OSO 20 00 1,875 00 205 22 95
J. Henner nnd T. Kowen—Lot bounded on tlie north by
First street, easterly by Mnin Street, southerly by N. Work
man's lot, und westerly by F. P. F. Temple's lot; frontage
on Main street, oO feet 080 48 ( 0 3,000 00 600 54 60
Nancy Workman—Lot bounded on the north by the lot
of ltowen m Premier, easterly by Main slreet: southerly
ami westerly by the properly of F. P. F. Temple; frontage
on Mam street. 68 feet 080 48 00 3,t00 00 000 54 60
F. P. F. Temple— ls>l hounded northerly by N.Workman's
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly b'v T. Mott's lot and
westerly by Spring street; frontnge on Mnin slreet, 1311-2
fcjl • 080 107 60 6.725 00 13 51 121 11
I. W. Ilellinan—Lot bounded northerly und westerly by
the property of F. P. F. Temple, easterly by Main slreet",
and southerly by J. Wlilson's lot; frontage on Main street,
62 feet 080 49 60 3,100 00 446 54 03
John Wlllson - Lot bounded northerly by T. Mott's
lot. eusterly by Main street, southerly by S. Mevcr's lot,
and westerly by F. P. F. Temple's property; frontage ou
Main street, 85 1-2 feet 080 28 40 1,775 00 254 30 94
Samuel Meyer—Lot bounded northerly by J. Wlilson's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by I). Anderson*! lot and
westerly by F. P. F. Temple's lol; frontageon Main street,
fl bet 080 37 00 2,150 00 336 40 96
11. Anderson—Lot bounded northerly by s. Meyer's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by second street, west
erly by F. P. F. Temple's lot; frontageon Main street, 97 1-2
feet 080 7.4 00 4,875 00 700 85 00
A. H. Chapman—Lot bounded northerly by Second street,
easterly by Main street, southerly by ('.Moreno's lot,and
westerly by lot No. 10, block 3; frontage on Main street, 120
l>H • •••• ■■■■■■ 080 96 00 4,800 00 706 103 06
Catallna Morena—Lot bounded northerly by A. H. Chap
man's lot, easterly by Main street,southerly by L. Heoder's
hit, and westerly by lot I), block 3; frontage Vm"street, 157 ft., 080 125 60 6,280 00 698 151 83
L. Reoder—Lot bounded on the north by C. Moreno's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by C. Morena's lot, and
westerly by lot No. 8, block 3; frontage on Main street,6o ft 080 48 00 2,400 00 425 52 23
Catallna Morena—Lot bounded northerly by L. Heoder's
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by S. Foy's lot, and
westerly by lot No. 8. block 3; frontage on Maiii street. 71 ft OHO 59 20 2,960 00 583 65 03
Samuel Foy—Lot bounded northerly by C. Morena's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by s. Hellman's lot.west
erly by lot No. 7, block 3; frontage on Main street, 7* feet 080 02 40 3,120 00 615 08 55
Jjsaniuel Hellman —I ot bounded northerly by S. Foy's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by Crank's lot, westerly
by lot No. 6, block 3; frontage on Main street, 68 feel .".0 80 5140 2.720 (X) 536 50 76
Wm. K. Cralk—Lot bounded northerly by 8. Hellman's
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by Third street.west
erly by lot No 6, block 3; frontage on Main street, 461-2 feet 080 87 30 1.860 00 368 40 sn
Chris Henrie estate, J. li. Downey and Jvc >b Phillips, ad
ministrator—Lot bounded on the north Third street, east
erly by Main street, southerly by (i. Lehman's lot, westerly
by lot No. 10, block 6; frontage on Main street, 02 teet oso 73 co "780 00 7is so -8
George Lehman—lxit bounded northerly by C. Henne'*
estate, easterly by Main street,southerly by German school
lot and westerly by lots No. 10 and 9, block 6; frontage on
Main street, 70 feet 080 03 90 2,370 00 616 69 36
German School: Trustees, H. Helnck, ('. Brodle, L. Leek,
a. Asbrand, Marason—Lot bounded northerly by g. Leh
man's lot, easterly by Main street.southerly by [. W. Hell
man's lot . and westerly by lot 9, block 6; frontage on Main
slreet, 71 feet 080 5!) 80 2.130 00 fi 51 ft.3 3J
I.W. Hellman—Lot bounded northerly by German school ** 00
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by .1. g. Downey's
lot, and westerly by lot No. 8, block 6; frontage en Main
street. 78 feet 080 62 40 2,840 00 009 68 49
J. G. Downey-Lot bounded noriherly by I.W. Hellman's W
lot, easterly by Main Street.southerly by .1. 11. Ilunter.s lot,
and westerly by lot No. 7, block 6; frontage on Main street,
931-2 feet 080 71 SO 2,300 00 7'o B'' 16
3. D. Hunter—Lot bounded northerly by J. G. Downey's ™10
lot. easterly by Main street, southerly by J. Hoard's lot.
westerly by bit No. 7, block 6; frontage on Main street,77 1-2
feet 080 62 00 2.325 00 5 9!) 67 <H
James Howard—Lot bounded northerly by J. I). Hunter's
lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by Fourth street,
westerly by lot No. 6, block 6; frontage on Main street, 120
feet ! 080 96 00 3.600 00 941 10"> 44
I. W. Hellman—Lot bounded northerly by Fourth street,
easterly by Main street, southerly by T. Rowan's lot, west
erly by lot 10, block 9; fiontage on Main street, 122 1-2 feet... 0 8') 98 00 306' 00 1" 90 110 00
T. Rowan—Lot bounded northerly by I. W. Hellman's lot,
easterly by Main street, southerly by Fleishman's 101, nnd
westerly by lot No. 9, block 9; frontageon Main street, 70
feet ." 080 56 00 1,750 00 787 63 37
T. W. West—Lot bounded northerly by T. Rowan's lot, D 0
easterly by Main street, southerly by the Fleishman lot,
and westerly by lot No. 9, block 9; frontage on Main street,
15 feet 080 28 00 875 00 13 69 31 60
I hereby certify the foregoing to lie a full, true and correct assessment list, in the matter of
the Main street sewer, in said city of Los Angeles, and that each and nil of said assessments
are made and payable In gold coin of the Culled States.
WILLIAM MOORE, City Surveyor.
Los Angeles, August 27, IS,t.
I hereby certify that the foregoing arc the assessments levied against the respective piece"
of property for the building of the Main street sewer.
, M. KREMER,
Clerk ol the Common Council of Los Angeles City.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
DIRECTORY.
STATE OFFICERS.
Matter— Hon. J. M. Hamilton, Ouenoc,Lake
County.
Secretary—W. H. Baxter, 320, California
street, room 9, third floor, sun Francisco.
State Agent—l. g. Gardner. .120, California
street, room 9, third floor, Sun Francisco.
Los ANGELES county.
County Deputy— Thos. A. Garey, I.os An
geles.
District Agent—J. Q. A. Stanley, Los Angeles.
LIST OF GUANOES.
Following is a list of Granges in Los Angeles
county:
Los Angeles Grange No. 30, Los Angeles—
Thos. A. Garey, Master; S. A. Waldron, Secre
tary. Regular meetings are held on the 2d
and Ith Saturdays of each month at 2 O'clock
p. m., at Grange Hall.
O.'oniptoti Grange No. 37, Compton—C. W.
Coltrin, Master; A. F. Coltrin, Secretary.
Regular meetings on the 2d and -Ith Saturdays
of each month, at 1 o'clock p. sr.
Enterprise Grange No.BB, La Dow District;
post otliee address, Los Angeles—A. M. South
worth, Master; w. T. Henderson, Secretary.
Regular meetings arc held every Saturday,
at 1 o'clock, p. m.
Fairvicw Grange, No. 39, located at Ana
heim—Edward Evey, Master; J. M. Guinn,
Secretary. Regular meetings are held on me
lirst and third Saturday of each month, at 2
o'clock P. M., at the Masonic Hall.
Orange Grange, No. 40, located at Richland,
Postoiliee address, Orange; Joseph Beach,
Master; J. W. Anderson, Secretary. Regular
meetingsare held on the second and fourth
Saturdays of c ich month at 1 O'clock p. m.
Silver Grange No. 41, located at Gallatin,
Post otliee address, Los Nietos—H. L. Mont
gomery, Master; \V. p. McDonald. Secretary.
Regular meetings on the second Saturday ol
each mouth, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
New River Grange, No. 42, located in Now
River District—Master, Willis Newton; Secre
tary. S. G. Baker. Regular meetings arc held
on the second Saturday of each month at 1
o'clock, I. M.
El Monte Grange No. 43, El Monte—Geo. C.
Gibbs,Master; J. H. Gray, Secretary. Regu
la ) meetings ou the 2d Saturday of each
month.
Los Nietos Grange, No. 41, located at Old
Los Nietos, J. F. Marquis, Anaheim;
Master; W. S. Reavis, Los Nietos Post
oiliee, Secretary. Regular meetings are held
on the second and fourth Saturdays of eac..
month, at 10 o'clock a. St.
Eureka Grange, No. 00, Postoffice address,
Spadra, Cyrus Burdick, 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 Orange No. 75, located in llogdalc
District; post ottice address, El Monte—S.H
Reeves, Master; J. W. Marshall, Secretary.
Regular meetings are held on the lirst Satur
day of each month, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Azusa Grange No. 94, located at, Azusa;
post office address, El Monte—W. W. Maxcy,
Master; J. C Preston, Secretary. Regular
meetings are held on the second Saturday ot
each month, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
Florence Orange No. 95, located at Florence.
Post office address, Los Angeles—Josiah Rus
sell, Master; Wm. Porter, Secretary. Regular
meetings are held on the 3d Saturday of each
month, at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Westminster Grange No. 127, Westminster
Colony—M. B. Craig, Master; W. F. Poor, Sec
retary. Regular meetings held on tlie Ist
Saturday of each month, at 2 p. m.
Vineland Grange, No. lso, Tustln City. a.b.
Hay ward, Master; R. L. Freeman, Secretary.
Spadra Grange, No. — located at Spadra
A. T. Currier.Master; Joseph Wrlght.Secrclary.
SAN UK UN Alt mNO COUNTY.
San Bernardino Grange No. 61, located at
San Bernardino, R. Sbelton, Master; J. Brood
hurst, Secretary. Regular meetings held eve
ry Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Riverside Grange, No 138, located al River
side. E. G. Brown, Master, Geo. W. Garcelon,
Secretary. Regular meetings held on the
third Saturday evening of each month.
DISTRICT COCNCII,.
The District Council of Los Angeles and San
Bernardino counties meets on the second
Tuesday of February, May, August, and Nov
ember. The next meeting will be held at
Compton, on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1874. at lo
o'clock,a.m. Thos, a. Garey,Los Angeles,
Master; J. F. Marquis, Anaheim, Secretary.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF JOHN GOLLER, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given by the adminis
trator of the estate of JOHN GOLLER, de
censed, to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against tne said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers
within four months after the first publica
tion of this notice, tothe said administrator
at Temple A Workman's Bank, in the city of
Los Angeles.
F. P. F. TEMPLE,
Administrator of the estate ol John
Gollcr, deceased.
Dated Aug. 27th, 1874. d4w
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT of the County
of Los Angeles, State of California.—ln the
Matter of tlie Estate of JOSEPH SCHULTZ,
deceased. It appearing to the Judge of said
Court, by the petition this day presented and
llled by Wm. J. Broderick, the administrator
of the Estate of Joseph Schultz, deceased,
praying for an order of sale of real estate, that
it is necessary to sell the whole ofthe real es
tate, to nay the claims allowed and expenses
of administration of said estate. It is there
fore ordered by the Probate Court and the
Judge ot said Court, that all persons interest
ed in_tlie estate of said deceased, appeur be
fore t.,e said Probate Court on Wednesday,
the 30th day of September, A. D. 1874, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at tho
Court room of said Probate Court at the Court
House, in the County of Los Angeles, to show
cause why an order should not be granted to
the said administrator to sell so much of the
real estate of the said deceased, as shall be
necessary: And that a copy of this order bo
published at least four successive weeks In
the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspaper
printed and published in said County.
II K.S. O'MELVENY,
Dated August 29, 1874 Probate Judge.
80-4 W
NOTICE.
THE DELINQUENT LISTS of the various
countiesof the State, for the 24th and 25th
Fiscal years, (1872-3—1873-4) are now In my
hands for collection. Many persons are de-
Unguent for small sums upon personal pro
perty, and are urged to examine the rolls in
thcvhands ofthe Tax Collector of their respec-
counties and to make immediate pay
ment. The law is imperative, that the pay
ment ofthe Stato tax for these years must be
enforced, and uniess voluntary payments are
made at once, heavy costs will be incurred by
the delinquents, J. J. GREEN,
sepl-3m Controller of State.
NOTICE.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. UNDER THE!
firm name of PFEIFFENBERGER A
SHAUER, have this day purchased the
WOOLEN MILL STORE, with all of tho
goods and fixtures belonging thereto, located
on the cornerof Los Angeles and Commer
cial streets. We shall be glud to accommo
date all of the former patrons of the estab
-hmentand many new ones. The best of
ii.jod.s—domestic and imported—sold at thu
most reasonable figures. Goods made up to
order In the latest style.
LOUIS PFEIFFENBERGER,
HENRY SHAUER.
Los Angeles, Saturday, August 15th.
auglB-tf.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out of Justice J. Wright's Court, of
San Jose Township, county of Los Angeles, to
me directed, in favor of John M. Vlgnon and
against Fernando Mlnchago and wife, 1 have
seized and shall expose forsale at Public Auc
tion, for cash in hand, at 1 o'clock a. m. on
the 31st day of August, 1874, at Spadra, In front
of A. B. Caldwell's store, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
The Rancho De La Brea, bounded on tho
west and north by the lands of La Puenta
Rancho nnd the San Jose Creek; the east bi
section number 20, Range 29 west, and 32, of
Township 2 south, Range 9 west, West San
Bernardino Meridian, and Sections 5 and ,i
soul li,Range9 west, San Hernnrdino Meridian •
on tlie south by tlie lands ol the Sail Jose, Sau
Judee de Cofer de Santanna.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 31st day
Of August, 1874,1 Will sell all the right, title
and interest of said Fernando and wife in aud
to the above described property at public auc
tion, for cash in hand In gold coin, to the high
est and best bidder, to satisfy said execution
and costs.
Dated August 2d, 1874.
T. D. HOLLADAY, Constable,
Sun Jose Township.
a?n!,V,, , . 0 Y < ?. sl4 . le f", hereby postponed until
,£} UR ' ,A * > 'ho sth duy of September, A. D.
1874, ut 2 o'clock P. If.
T. D. HOLLADAY.
NeJ3t Constable.
Certificate of Partnership
OF THE FIRM OF L. SIMON A CO.,
doing business in the city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, State of California.
We, the undersigned persons, hereby certify
that the above described partnership* is com
posf d ofthe following persons and no others.
roHows n to? e it aw p AOe * of residence are as
Ludovie Simon. Los Angeles city, Cal.
Adolph Lauzet, Los Angeles city, Cal.
„ 1 : I ," , I, | OHS whereof, we have hereunto set
our hands and seals this 13th day of August,
LUDOVIC SIMON, [l. s.l
adolph lauzet, [l. s .j
state of California, )
County of Los Angeles. /
On this twelfth day of August, In the yea* one
thousand, eight hundred* and seventy-four
before me, George J. Clarke, a Notary Public
lly r •PPf*"*! Ludovic Simon and
Adolph Lauzet, known to mo to ho
Oi l e P witb.n HS?" "" mes nre «»hscrlbed to
o m r t h o . ' 'Ktrumenl, and acknowledged
wm,i, ut th , ey c xcc »ted the same.
° ffiClUl Beal tms 12lU
Jt K u V;, 1 , OEa J - CLARKE.
nu 6 W-im Notary Public.

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