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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY SEPT. 17, 1374. A Darkey's Opinion of the Scandal. [From tlie Cincinnati Commercial.) "You see, it's like a game o' draw. Beecher, it was his blind; everybody took a hand. Miss Woodhull she make de fust play; den dis man Ba con he come in. When Bacon come in Mass' Tilton follow, cos he has good han'. Mass' Moulton he followed in, 'cos he thought Tilton was a-goin to be robbed—dropped in kinder quiet like. Then de small fry, dem with duces and trays, they came in, 'cos it looked like a good pot. Mass' Beecher pitch up his hand, and he find a fow (four) flush. Bein' his blind, he think he play smart and raise 'em all out — so he raise 'em de limit. Dey all pass out 'cept Tilton and Moulton. Tilton he draw one card, two pair, sixes and nines, an' don't better 'em. Moul ton he draw two cards to free aces, and took in two par jacks. Beecher he draw one card. Tilton he feel kinder weak on his han', an' bet white chip. Moulton he know Beecher on de bluff, so he jes foller wid a white chip. Beech he don't look at his ban' 'tall, but jes go rite back de limit. Tilton he feel kinder weak den. He feel he can beat Beecher, but he think Moulton can beat Beecher too; but he feered Moulton git skeered and pass out. Finally Tilton he call, kinder hesitatin' like, and den Moulton he jes bounce Beecher. Dat kinder startle Beecher, an' he look at his han'. He draw a ciub to to' hearts, and got nuffln but bobtail flush. Mass' Beech er can't play bluff" wid dem fellers. Dey eat him up blood raw." ~POSTAL INTELLIGENCE. POST-OFFICI^DIRECTORY. Eastern, Sun Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line—Arrive at 2:40 P. M.; close at 10:31) M. Letters intended lor registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Coax, Line—Stations between Sun Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 11 P. M.i closes at»:00 P. M. Sau DiegO Lint?— San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrauo, etc.—Arrives at 9:4U A. AL, closes at 4 P. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stati»ns-Tri-Weekly /Ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri day at 9;40 A. M.; leaves .Monday, Wednes day, and Saturday: Mail closes nt 4 P. M. Northern Arizona—Prescott, Wickenberg and Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday al 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday, mail closes at 2.30 P. M. San "Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 A. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. Wilmington and Way stations—Arrives nt 9:10 A. M.. closes at 3:30 P. M. Cerro Gordo, Lone Pine and Havilah—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. 51. to t:SO P. M.. except on Saturday; wheu office closes at 3:00 P. M. Office Hours—B:oo A.M. to 7:00 P. M. On Sundays the office will be open lor one hour alter the distribution of the Eastern ,na "" H. K. W. BENT, T. M. City and County Official Directory. Oity Directory. J. R. TOBERMAN Mayor Office, No. 43Spring street. 11. F. RARTLEE...MarshaI »ud Chief of Police Office, No. 46 Spring sireet. OEO. R. BUTLER City Treasurer Office, Fashion stables, Main street. A. W. UUTTON City Attorney Office No. Mi Temple Block. M. KREMER City Clerk Office, No. io Spring street. Wm. E. MOORE City Surveyor Office, Cor. Spring and First streets. Dr. W. T. LL'CKY City Supt. Pub. schools J. IL McKEE, M. D Health Officer Office, No. 1, Spring street, up stairs. Common Council: F. SABICHI.Pres., W. H. WORKMAN, EDWARD HUBER, E. F. I)E t'ELIS, JOHE M ■VSCARFL. P. BEAUDRY, JACOB GERKIN, 11. DOCKWEILER. JULIAN CHAVIS JULIAN VALDEZ. Meets every Thursday p. M. at 3 o'clock, at its room, 49 Spring street. t'bnnibcr of Commerce; S. LAZARD, Pues., I. W. LORD, Sec, S. C. CAsWELL,Treas. JOHN G. DOWNEY, R. M. WIDNEY. J.M.GRIFFITH, N J. NEWMARK, H. W. HELLMAN, P. BEAUDRY, C. C. HPS, J. S. GRIFFIN. Board of Education: H. D. BARROWS, President. M. KREMER, Sec'v. f». W. SMITH. WM. B. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY. County Directory. A. W. POTTS..r...Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts J. W. GILLETTE Co. Rioorderand Auditor •1 E.ROWAN Co. Treasurer \.'. 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, EOWARD EVEY, F. P ALUM ARES, F. MACHACO, JUAN J. CARILLO, Interpreter. Regular Meetings—First Monday of each mouth. Judicial Directory: f. SEPULVEDA District Judge Terms of Court —First Monday of Feb., May., Aug., and Nov. H. K. S. O'MELVENY...JudgO of Probate 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. Justice*' Courts: WM. H. GRAY...Temple Block, over W. F. & Co.'s Offlee. JOHN TRAFFORD....Downey Block, Temple Street. I.o» Angeles Library Association : J. R. McCONNELL President J. C. LITTLEFIKLD Librarian Library, Downey Block. National Officials. H, IC,W. BENT Postmaster Postoffice, Temple Block. ALFRED JAMES Reg. U.S. Land Office .1. W. HAVF.RSTICK....Rec. U. S. Land Office Temple Rlock. J. O. WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev. Office, No. 10, Temple Block. .1. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Gauger Office, No. 48, Temple Block. J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. 8. Marshal New High street. B. C. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner Office, Nos. 28 and 28, Downey Block. JACOB A. MOURENHAUT French Consul Main street. CLINTON B. SEARS, In charge of Improve ment of Wilmington Harbor—Residence at terminus oi sireet railroad. Exports. The following is a list ot the exports from Los Angeles Depot, Sept. lath: 2 es mJse, 96 cs honey, 65 bales wool, 1 sk do, 12 pipes wine, 126 dry hides, 200 sks barley. COURT REPORTS. ntatrict Court.—Skpulveda, J. Wednesday, Sept. Is. M. Thomas and others vs. Isaac Bradley.— Judgment for plain: iit. Ygnucio Garcia vs. Jos. Huber.—Judgment for restitution of property or $40, the value thereo , and $10 damages, each party paying his own costs. Irvine Flint A Co. vs. Monreal.—Passed. Chapman vs. Polls.—Leave given to amend complaint and serve notice to defendant's at torney with 30 duys. Couuty Court—O'Mklveny, J. Wednesday, Sept. W. Jones vs. Putney.—Motion todlsmlss appeal allowed and appeal dismissed. People vs. Leivas.—Found guilty and sen tenced to flye years in the State Prlsou. l»robnte <'»urt.~U'.MELVENKr, J. Wednesday, Sopt. 16. Estate "f K. DeCelis.—F. 11. Howard ap pointed attorney lor absent and minor heir*. Referred to A. W. Hutton to state and report upon the account died by tbe Administrator, together with testimony and his proceedings thereon. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MOLD REPORT. San Francisco, September Ut. Gold, lt'9» 4 . Ureenbacks— Buying, 91%; selling, 91V Han Francisco Markets—By Telegraph. San Francisco, September 16. FLOUR-s&a»s 25. WHEAT-ll sf>9*l 55. BARLEY-*! OOyil 80 OATS—II 47% a l 80. RYE—sl 02%. H AY—s9 00. WOOL—(18.I.21. ONIONS—OO üßsc. CORN—II *>• BEANS-2%(ft7c. HOPS-22.*.'t;.-. COTTON—SI 4%. POTATOES— I 12%. BUTTE R-32 <*37 V. CHEESE—IO&I4C EOOS—4Oc. per doz. PEACHES—SP«iI 75* box. APPLES-sl(Bsi 75 * box. FIOS—37iSr. r ioc. * lb. HONEY-20,<j27c. * lb. Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, Flour— Onions 2 50 Extra* bbl...s 6 25 Nulls, V keg... B 26 Superfine «> 2 Fruit— Bacon,* It. 12V«15 Can'd*doz 450 Hams Ass'd Jellies...! 50@5 00 Lard 12 («14 DRIED — Sugar— Apples *!b.. 9 Crushed \\\t\ Peaches 9 Island No. 1 10 Grapes 8 Coffee 23 Potatoes, %> ctl 125 Corn,*cemal 200 Salt— Barley To Common .... 1 50 Wheat 1 25 Liverpool,... 2 00 Butter.* ft 85 Candies,* 1b... 18i<j»5 Cheese Candles I&ctl8 Swiss Cheese.. 37 1 , Brooms,*doz 3'i3 75 Codfish 9 Liquors, *cse oyjlO Salmon 6>i(S7 Cigars— Mackerel 14 Dom'c*looo 25(360 Tea. 37(875 Imported do 12O«200 " Green 100 Powder— Starch 12% Mining,*kg 450 Tobacco 50(31 00 Canned 7e@Bl Beans, * cwt.. 150 Fuse, *100 ft.... $2 00 Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beef. UX3l2i Second class flc*Bc Prime mutton BY<*l2« Veal 12% c Prime cattle $15^25 Good sheep $2(<i250 Chickens, per doz S&a7 Ducks, per doz $&@6 50 Turkeys, per pound dressed 22<ij25c Geese, " " " 25c Fresh Salmon, per lb 50<&75c FRUITS. Oranges, per doz 75e Lemons, per doz 75@50e Dried apples, per tb loc Dried pears, per lb 15c Dried peaches, per lb l ie Fresh strawberries * tb 12% c Fresh tomatoes * lb 12%e String beans, * lb Be Green Corn, * doz 10c Apples, * box lff*l 50 Pears, * hundred 50W75e Watermelons, * dozen htfl 50 VEGETABLES. Turnips, per lb 4c Asparagus, per lb 12% c Cubbage, per lb 4 Carrots, per 100 lb S3 00 New onions, * lb l%(£2e Radishes, per doz 5c Lettuce, per head 3c GROCERIES. COFFEE—Mocha 62% c Java 37% c Costa Rica 25c TEAS—Black 50e®Sl 00 Japan 62%c<!.t$l 00 Green 75c(s$l 00 Butter 40c Eggs, per doz 37(iJ40c Cheese, per lb 20@30c Brown sugar ' 10%@12%c Refined sugar 13V<il4e Strained honey 8@12%c Canvassed hams SOc Los Angeles hams 15c Extra family Hour, * bbl $7 00 Superfine Stl 50 Graham S7 oo Mixe.l feed * lOOths 81 00 Orackod corn * 100 lbs SI 50 Corn meal i" 50(a2 75 Pearl barley * lbs ii%c Split peas 6%c Syrup, per keg, 5-gul 3 30 WINES. Cueamongo, * gal, 4 yrs SI 00 Port wine, " " 1 25 Angelica, " " 1 2b Walnut brandy, * gal 3 50 Sainsevain wine bitters,* gal 1 25 Cai white wine, * gal. 5 yrs 75 Agnadiente, * gal. 3 yrs 1 75 MISCELLANEOUS. 50 0 ARE HELPING THEMSELVES TO Choice Family Groceries AT the GRANGE STORE, Main st., bet. Second and Third, LOS ANOKLES. Kverytliinc fes o1 d at tt Shade Above Cost. »jt Goods nre delivered promotlv to every part of the city. J. H. SEYMOUR, General Manager. Los Angeles, July 18,1874. Jyl9tf—s The Grangers' Favorite and Champion of the West. WHEELER & WILSON IMPROVED DRAW-FEED SHEWING MACHINES Is Noiseless, Sews Faster, Runs Lighter, lias <J renter Mechanical simplicity than any other Machine In tho World. TIIE 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 the Hon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President of the cele brated Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Company of New York." The hest is tlie cheapest. Buy no other machine until you have seen the DRAW FEED WHEELER & WILSON. It will last a life time. Every purchaser made a perfect operator. All machines guaranteed and sold on easy terms. Sewing Machines repaired aud war ranted to givesatlsfaction. Keep on hand all the Extras and Attach ments, such as Tuck Markers, Binders, RufUers, Hemmers, Rlppers,Needles,Oil,etc, etc. Also all colors of Sewing Machine Silk and of the 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, Ix>s Angeles, Cal. JylO Hm—2ft GABE ALLEN, [Successor to A. M. DODSON.] Meat Market ! ! Ho. 124 MAIM STREET, THE BEST OF MEAT OF EVP- (CXXte, ry variety, Fresh and Salted,con-IAOrJ siuntly on hand and delivered on or-Uawn der to any part ef the City. uiy2l-Bm—B PRINTING. THE HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, LOS ANGELES, THE attention of the business com munity of Los Angeles city und county Is invited to the facilities of this office for cxc cut Ing every description of BOOK >r JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner in which a great part of the Job Printing in Southern California has hitherto been executed, the proprietors of this establishment have deter mined to Institute a new order of things in his business. 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 and ELEGANT Job Presses. The facilities for turning out work will.thus bo equal to most and superior to many office In Sau Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or >' E W r JT YJ? E AND MATERIAL, of the most modern designs and approved Eastern manufacture, has been selected. And it is intended so to equip und furnish this de partment with THE BEST PRESSES, THE FINEST TYPE, AND THE MOST MODEKN APPLIANCES, AS TO MAKE TUB HERALD JOB OFFICE THE MOST COMPLETE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. They have engaged as foreman of this de partment, one of the most experienced Book and Job Printers In the country; and the presses will be superintended by a Skilled Pressinun from one of the largest offices In New England. PAMPHLETS Will be printed from New Type, and the greatest care exercised to Insure accuracy an freedom from typographical errors. POSTERS & HANDBILLS Plain or In colors, executed at very short no tice and displayed iv the best manner. BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, STATEMENTS, B ' LL EADS LETTER HEADS, BALL CARDS WEDDINC CARDS, VISITING CARDS. INVITATIONS, ETC. Of this class of work we shall muke a spe cialty, and intend that nothing of the kind shall equal us in this section. BANK CHECKS, DRAFTS, NOTES, DEPOSIT CHECKS BOOK HEADINGS, SfOCK CERTIFICATES KTC. Printed Ina superior manner, on plain writ ing paper, or on Bond and Bank Note Paper in black or colors. SHOW CARDS IN OOLD AND COLORS. We shall nay particular attention to BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS, ABSTRACTS, ETC., Which will be printed in the Old Style Type now so universally in favor, and which we have procured specially for this class of work. We shall also be provided lor the printing of LEGAL BLANKS, OFFICIAL FORMS ArJ'l DOCUMENTS. CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES. BILLS OF FARE, TICKETS, LABELS, TAGB, AUD EVERY VAJUETY OF GENERALJOB PRINTING PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. HERALD Job Printing House, LOS ANGELES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, I .os Angeles. 1> ii nsinoor Tiros. PROPRIETORS. rrMIE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST A. of articles we are now selling at extreme ly low prices: 100 Picture Albums, at Si 00 Fine Portfolios, at 1 00 Reticules 1 00 Ladies' Work Boxes 1 00 Joseph's and Alexanders Kid Gloves pur pair , 1 00 Beautiful Writing Desks 1 00 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OK 1 .All. KINDS*. Full assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cuil'H, Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Gents' Drawers and Shirts, at ?1 00 Childrens' Dresses, at 1 00 Ladies'and Gents'Hats,at 1 00 Gents* Fine White and Cuiico Shirts, at... 1 00 Gents' Wool Over Shirts, at 1 00 Two Under Shirts, at 1 00 Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 1 00 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, 0 pieces, for $1 00 8 Goblets, Flint Glass, for 1 00 12 Tumblers, " " 1 00 1 Wine Set, for 1 00 1 Large Lamp, comp' c 1 00 Silver-plated, Dinner Castor... 1 00 Sherwood, Wire-irame, three-bottle, Breakfast Castor 1 00 12 Large Tea Plates 1 00 6 Good Knives and Forks 1 00 6 Good Table Spoons 1 00 A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT JARS, and COVERED JELLY GLASSES, always on hand and for sale at the lowest possible price. Also a countless variety of other articles of every description. Call and examine our stock at tbe DOLLAR STORE, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, ON MAIN ST je 23-31U—27 C. 11. WORKXAH, WM. 11. WORKMAN Workman Bros., Manufacturers and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE, ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Satchels and "Viili»e», Always on hand. Fine Carriage, Bugrg-y and Team HARNESS AND SADDLES, Of our own Manufacture constantly on hand. We are prepared to offer Great Induce, incuts to Purchasers. en*" Repairing promptly aud carefully attended to. Come and see us, at the Sign of the Big Horse, 76 Maiu street, Los Angeles, Cal. lunl—6 Advertise Our County! Let people abroad know WHAT WE ARE, WHAT WE CAN BE. If you do not inform them, who will? To save you time and money, the Herald Company has NOW RKADY, SECOND EDITION Oiio Tlioiihuiml CepioH PRICE FIVE CENTS, The "Herald" Pamphlet, lo" pages solid reading matter, about Low Angolea County. Ten Thousand Questions Answered ITS AGRICULTURAL, MAUFAC TURING AND MINING RE SOURCES. Its Geographical and Com mercial Position. Harbors, TCailrortdM nail Ilail road Mystem. Statistics relating to Climate, Cost of Living, Etc., — WITH A — BX A. I* OIT OUR BACK COUNTRY Price Only Five Centa. Send them to your friends in the states or In Europe. It coats less to send oue of these Pamphlets thun it does to write a letter. SEND YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE ELECTION NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE qualified electors of Sliver School Dis trict that un election will be held ou Satur day, the 26th duy of September, A. D. 1874, a which will be subin tted the question of vot ing a tax for building purposes, to pay the debt on the new school-house. It will be nec essary to raise lor this purpose tbe sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200 i, and the rate of taxation necessary to he levied will be sev enty cents upon the one hundred dollars of taxable property lv tlie district. •The polls will be open ut the public school house between tbe hours of 1 nnd I p. si. 0. W. WOLFE, D. H. McKELLER, WM. CAHI'IHEKN, s«l2 td* Trustees of Silver District MISCELLANEOUS. L. LICHTENBERCER, (Successor to Roeder 4 Llchtenberger\ iLCANUFACTUKKIt OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. 113, 145 and 147 Main street, I.os Angeles, Very respectfully solicits the putronnge of the public l£ bis line of business. All ve in,les built ofthe BEST MATERIAL. An extensive RLACKSMITII SHOP Is connected with tbe establishment, where all kinds of Blacksiuithing will be done to order. Done wltt) dispatch, nnd with a view of giving satisfaction to pntroi.3. All Work Warranted no7-tf lp— 2% The Steams Ranchos, ALFRED ROBINSON, Trustee. 548 Market Ntreet. Snn I ran Cisco, l'n|. QA AAA ACRES OP LAND *J\J»\J\J\J for sale, In lots to suit, suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable for Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surface. On almost every acre »f this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be Irregated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally mwist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and three years, with 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure in showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to come and see this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 21, 1873. mr3-tf — 7 STOCK FOR SALE. THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Capital Stock of this Company 980,000 DIVIDED INTO 5,000 SHARES. TWENTY -FIVE HUNDRED Shares of this Stock has been set apart for working capital, one thousand of which are now to be sold for cash. For information call onß. L. Peel, or IL M. WILLIAMS, au4 tf—4% President. JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE U. S. MOTEL, MAIN ST. The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS, and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of San Francisco. ear Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo 4 Company's office. no2-tf 3 P& S. NORDLINGER, Jk UxTTATCHMAKER AND JEWEL- fci JC YV KR, No. 3 Commercial street, Jk fjjflLos Angeles. Cal. Watches, Clocks IJll warranted, f^jj WANi'ED IMMEDIATELY. — A WET NURSE. Apply at Dr. Stanway's. aug2Blf 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. TT HAS ALL THE LATEST IM- J- provements and sews finest material and heavy leather. Also the HOUSEHOLD GEM Home Shuttle Sewing Machine—Price 545. 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 Malnst. augStf S. MERRILL, Agent. WILLCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NOISELESS SIMPLE LightrunningO Durahle Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of Machines Bought, Sold, Ex changed and Rented. AQENT F«IK E. Butterick & Co.'s PATTERNS. SUMMER STYLES NOW READY. PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear Manufactured In a superior manner. Ma:< rials of the best quality furnished at the lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. SI. Is, UAIT, decl7—B No. 60 Spring St.. Los Angeles. NOTICE. THE DELINQUENT LISTS or the various counties of tbe State, for tbe 21tb and 25th Fiscal years, (1872-3—1873-4; are now iv my hands for collection. Many persons ure de- Unguent for small sums upon personal pro perty, and are urged to examine the rolls in the hands ofthe Tax Collector ofthoir respec tive counties and to make immediate pay ment. The law Is Imperative, thut the pay ment of the State tax for these years must be enforced, and iimess voluntary payments aie made at once, heavy costs will be Incurred by the delinquents, J. J. GREEN, sepl-Sin Controller of Stute. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE PROBATE COURT of the County of Los Angelos, Stutoof California.—in the Mutter of the Estate of JOSEPH BCHULTZ, deceased. It appearing to Ihe Judue of stiiil Court, by the petition this day presented and Hied by Win. J. Itroderlck, (he administrator of tbe Estate of Joseph Nchultz, deceive I, praying for an order of sale of real estate, that It Is necessary to sell the whole ofthe real es tate, to pay the claims allowed and expenses of administration of said estate. It Is there fore ordered by tbe Probate Court and the Judge ol said Court, that all persons interest ed in_the estate of said deceased, appear ht fore t..e said Probate Court on Wednesday, the 30th day of September, A. D. 1874. at ";0 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at tbe Court room of said Probate Court at tbe Court House, in Ihe 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 n ssary: And that a copy of this order lie published at least four successive weeks In the Los Angeles Daily Hkrai.d, a newspaper printed and published in said County. II K.S. O'MELVENY, Dated August 29, 1871 Probate Judge. 30-tw Certificate of Partnership OF THE FIRM OF DEWEY, KIMBALL * Co., doing business in the City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles, State of California. WE, the undersigned persons, hereby certi fy that tlie above described Partnership Is composed of the following persons and no others, whose names aud places of residence are as follows, to wit: S. L. Dewey, I.os Angeles. M. 11. Kimball, Los Angeles. In witness whereof, we have hereunto af fixed cair hands and seals this 7th day of Sep tember, 1871. S. T . DEWEY. [1.. 8.1 M. 11. KIMBALL. [L. s.j State OF CALIFORNIA, i County of I.os Angeles, j On this 7th day of September, in the year 1871, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk, personally appeared S. L. Dewey and M. H. Kimball, known to me to be tho persons whose names are subscribed to the within in strument, and acknowledged to me that they executed Ihe same. Witness my hand nnd official sea! this 7th day of September, 1874. [seal.] A. W. POTTS, sepB-lni Couuty Clerk. Assessment Notice. C"t RANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY T of Los Angeles—Location of principal place of business: Los Angeles, California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Diiectors held iv this city on the 31st duy of July, 1874, an Assessment (No. l)of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARK was levied upon the Capital Stock of said Company, payable im mediately, In United States gold coin, to the Secretary,at the office of the Company, No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any stock upon which this Assessment shall re main unpaid on the Ist day of September, 1874, will be declared dellnquenl, and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless pay ment is made before, will be so:d on the 16th day of September, 1874. To pay delinquent assessment, together with cost ot advertising and expense of sale. By order ofthe Board. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. Office: No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Dated July 31,1874. POSTPONEMENT. At a regular meeting of the Board ot Diiect ors held on the3lst of July, further tlme'was given stockholders to make payment on as sessment No. 1, and the date lor declaring siock on which payment had not been made, delinquent, was fixed for the THIRD day of October, 1874. L. M. HOLT, septtitd Secretary. NOTICE. WE, THE UNDERSIGN ED. UN DER THE firm name of PFEIFFENBERGER 4 SHAUER, have this day purchased the WOOLEN MILL STORE, with all of the goods and fixtures belonging thereto, located on the corner of Los Angeles and Commer cial streets. We shall be glad to accommo date all ofthe former patrons of the estab lishment and many new ones. The best ot goods—domestic and Imported—sold at tbe most reasonable figures. Goods made up to order iv the latest style. LOUIS PFEIFFENBERGER, HENRY SHAUER. Los Angeles, Saturday, August 15th. uuglB-tf. Notice to Creditors. 171 STATE OF JOHN GOLLER, DECEASED. U Notice is hereby given by the adminis trator of the estate of JOHN GOLLER, de ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publica tion of this notice, to the said administrator at Temple A Workman's Bank, in the city of Los Angeles. F. P. F. TEMPLE, Administrator of the estate of John Goller, deceased. Dated Aug. 27th, 1874. dlw A RESOLUTION Declaring tlie Assessment List lv tlie Matter of the Grading o!°Commer cial Street, and Providing for Its Collection. BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE COMMON Council of the City of Los Angeles, as follows: Section L That the assessments herein after set forth are hereby declared to be the assessments properly chargeable to and col lectable from the several owners of the prop erty respectively hereinafterdescrlbed, for and on account of the grading of Commercial street, in said city. Sue. 2. That each of tho assessments here inafter contained and set forth as the assess ment levied upon und charged against the respective lots or parts thereof for the grading of said Commercial street, is hereby declared true and correct, and that the valuations res pectively put upon such lots or parts thereof are the Just and correct cash values of such lots or parts thereof, irrespective of improve ments thereon, liable to be assessed therefor: Sec. 3. The Clerk of the Common Council Is hereby directed to enter a statement of this assessment in the docket of city liens, accord ing to law, and give notice ofthe levy of such assessment by publication ofthe same for ten days in the Los Angeles Daily HEBALDaud Im. Cronica respectively. Sec. 4. The following is the assessment hereinbefore referred to. That is to say: In the matter of the grading of Commerciul street: North Side. ". a-z, = v. 2 = re = 2.3 re 3 3b *3 S~ x 2 Names of property owners 3.9 g e (jj 3 2 * =>'£ re s and Description of Property x? r 2 us g£ "5 I a 5? 3 = ' r un Commercial Street. !? ":53 " 2 ? ri hsii H ! 2 i § 5 2. ?f Charles L. Ducommun.—Lot bounded northerly by the Bella Union property east erly by the lot of Mrs. Slg noret, southerly by Com mercial street, and wester ly by Main street 73 8 $172 25 Mrs. Felix Signoret. — Lot bounded northerly by the Bella Union properly.easi erly by C.Ducommun's lot, southerly by Commercial street, and westerly by C. Dueommon's lot 18.9 4 40 52 Charles L. Ducommun.—Lot bounded northerly by the lotof tho Bella Union.east erly by Henry's lot, south erly by Commercial street, and westerly by Mrs. Slg noret's lot 33 8 9.7 83 SO Estate of Isaac Henry, Her man W. Hellman Admin istrator.—Lot bounded on the north and east by the Bella Union property, southerly by Commercial street, and westerly by C. Ducommun's lot 10.8 5 42 80 Bella Union, J. G. Downey Assignee. — Lot bounded northerly by Childs' prop erty, easterly by J. G. Dow ney's lot, southerly by Commercial street, . and westerly by Henry's lot 17.S 6.5 45 it J. G. Downey.—Lot bounded northerly by Hellman's lot, westerly by the Bella Union property, easterly by I.W. Hellman's lot, and southerly by Commercial street 15.8 6.5 40 00 I. ~W. Hellman.—Lot bound ed northerly by O. W. Childs' property, easterly by Los Angeles St., south erly by Commercial street and westerly by J.G. Dow ney's lot and Bella Union property 48 19 118 00 11. Heinch. —Lot bounded northerly by It. Cohen's property, easterly by 11. Cohen's lot, southerly by Commerciul streei, uiiil westerly by Ix>s Angele* street ln m 304 0Q 025 B. Cohen. —Lot bounded northerly by the lot lorni erly owned by Norton, easterly by center of lot No. 8. Heinch trnct, Gar cia's lot.southerly byCom inerclnl St., und westerly by 11. Helnch's lot l'o2. l £ 08 298 50 225 Domingo Garcia.—Lot No. 8. Heinch tract, bounded northerly by the Villa properly, eusterly by lot No. 7, Heinch tract, south erly by Commercial street and westerly by B. Cohen's lot 32 00 DomlngoOarcia.-Lot bound ed northerly by the Villa properly, easterly by lot No. 0, Heinch tract, south erly by Commercial street, and westerly by lot No. 8, Helnch tract 25 7 83 00 Domingo Oarcia-Lot bound ed northerly by the Villa property, eusterly by lot No. 5, H. Sclatterbeck's lot, Helnch trnct, southerly by Commercial street, anil westerly by lot No. 7, 1 lei neb trnct 2.j 8 64 00 H. Sell Inllcrbeck- Lot bound ed northerly by the Garcia lot, easterly by L.Harris' lot, southerly by Commer cial street, and westerly by lot No. 6, Helnch tract.. 89 10 80 00 L. Harris. — Lot bounded northerly by Viella tract, easterly by J. McDonald's lot, southerly by Commer cial street, and westerly by hit No. 5, Heinch tract, now owned by H, Scblat terbeck 25 13.10 69 60 J. McDonald.—Lot bounded northerly by Viella tract, easterly by J.G. Downey's lot, southerly by Commer cial street,and westerly by L. Harris' lot 57.9 48 176 50 J. G. Downey—Lot bounded northerly by Madh-an's tract, easterly by M. Hel ler's lot, southerly by Commercial street and westerly by J. McDonald's lot _ 40 29.6 119 50 M. Keller— Lot bounded northerly by Madigan trnct, easterly by Wood worth's lot, southerly by Commercial street, and westerly by J. G. Downey's lot 40 27 117 00 Wallace Wood worth — Lot bounded northerly by Madigan tract, easterly by the lot of Mott A Moren haut, southerly by Com mercial street und wester ly by M. Heller's lot 40 24 114 00 S. H. Mott and Jacob A. Mo renhaut — Lot bounded northerly by Madigan tract, aasterly by Commer cial street and westerly by Woodworth's lot 140 61 382 00 Property ou the Noutti Side of Commercial Ntreet. Jose Mascarel and I. W. Hellman — Lot bounded northerly by Commercial street, easterly by Juan Bane's lot, southerly by Concepcion Allane's lot, and westerly by Main street IllJ-i 29.S 280 00 Juan Barre — Lot bounded northerly by Commercial street, easterly by Los An geles street, southerly by John Goller's lot and west erly by Jose Mascarel's 10t..107 79.2 320 00 lohn Schumacher — Lot bounded on the north by Commercial sireet, easter ly byD.Rivara's lot, south erly by the estate of Jacob Bell, and westerly by Los Angeles street 87 3-12 59.6 257 00 H. Heinch—A triangular lot bounded northerly by Commercial street, euster ly by the lot of D. Rivara, and southerly by the es tate of Jacob Bell 98 4-12 88.3 289 58 D. Rivara aud G. B. Sangui nettl—Lot bounded north erly by Commercial street, easterly by Wilmington street, southerly by H. Sheiffer's lot,and westerly by H. Heinch's lot and the lot or J. Schumacher i 6 2-12 25.6 152 00 Jose Mascarel—Lot bounded northerly by Commercial street, eusterly by the lot of Mott & Morenhaut and the lot of Perry, Wood worth A Mott, southerly by D. M. Duratt's lot, and und westerly by Wilming ton street 67 4-12 58.6 301 50 S. H. Mott, Jacob A. Moren haut—Lot bounded north erly by Commercial street, easterly by Perry, Wood worth & Mott's lot, south erly by J. Mascarel's lot and westerly bvJ. Masca rel's lot 00 63.6 198 80 W. 11. Perry, Wall ace Wood worth, S. H. Mott — Lot bounded northerly byCom- ' . mercial street, easterly by the R. R. depot grounds, southerly by Requena street and westerly by the lotof Mott A Morenhaut and the lotof Jose Masca rel 100 98 323 CO Los Angeles and San Pedro Branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company —Lot bounded northerly by Commercial street.eust erly by Alameda street, southerly by Requena street, and westerly by the lot of Perry, Woodworth A Mott 16* 42 420 00 Assessment Levied for the Makiug of the Crossing on Intersection of Commercial aud Wilmington Streets. 5" » r re 2 1 •* Numes of owners and description jj; » ■ $ of property. ago * B 0B ■ cc Herman Hlnch—A triangular piece of land ou southerly side of Com mercial street, bounded norther ly by Commercial street, easterly by Rivara and Sanguenetti, and southerly by Schuniaker; assess ed for tbe easterly 66 feet 81,000 86 00 D. Rlvara A G. B. Sunguenettl—Lot bounded northerly by Commer cial street, easterly by Wilming ton street, southerly by Scheiffer, and westerly by property of Helnch and Schumacher; 62>£ ft. on Wilmington street 4,000 16 00 Heniy Scbeitfer— Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Rivara A Sangueiillta.eastoiiy by Wilming ton street.southerly by Requena's property and westerly by Bell A Requena's property 4,000 16 00 John Schumacher—Easterly part of the Schumacher lot, bounued us follows: commencing at tbe com mon corner of Schumacher A Helnch, adjoining tlie land of Ri vura A sanguenetti, and running south 37 1-2, W. 54 feet to the land of Bell; thence north 68,W, along tho land of Bell 30 feet; thence north 13, E. 64 feet, more or less to the land of H. Heinch; thence south 62*4, ea Bt 60 feet, to the point of beginning 1,000 4 09 Jose Mascarel—Lot bounded north erly by Commercial street, east erly by lot of Mott A Morenhaut and the lot of Perry, Woodworth A Co., southerly by D. M. Inpratt and westerly by Wiliningtsn street 6 000 IV 50 Stephen H, Mott and Jacob Moren haut—Lot bounded northerly hy Commercial street, easterly by lot of Perry, Woodworth A Co., southerly and westerly by Jose Mascarel's lot 2,500 8 10 W. H. Perry, Wallace Woodworth and S. H. Mott—Westerly 71 feet of the lot of Perry, Woodwoith A Mott, adloining the lot of Mott A Morenhaut and the lot of Jose Mascarel, said part of lot of Perry, Woodworth A Mott running back on half wav to Requena street, with un equul width of 71 feet 4,500 14 5 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a lull, true und correct assessment list in the matter or Commercial street, in said city of Los An geles, and that each and all of said assess ments are made and payable In gold coin ot the United States. WM. MOORE, City Surveyor. This Resolution shall take effsct and be lv Jorca from and alter Its passage and publlca- I hereby certify that, the foregoing resolu tion was adopted by the Common Council In special stsslon ol Sept. 5, 1874 _, ,_ M. KREMER, „„,„ ,„, *- lerk °f Common Council of •eplO-lOd Lo , city.