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FRIDAY SEPT. 25, 1874. Waifs for the Ladies. The family juris often tbe child of tho family jug. A fashionable blood says that skirts are very much gored this season. No young man is proof against a gum-drop when she holds it between her teeth and invites him to take a drop. "She dyed for me," said the young husband when he beheld her dark locks gradually returning to their original red. A Marysville youth who sat on the front steps while his girl put her bon net on, was disgusted to find that the steps had just been painted. "It seemed as if the hues of her na tive skies draped iv constant admira tion their fleecy folds around her." She was at :i Kentucky ball at the time. A Brooklyn girl, who has been read ing somebody's "statement," went into a drygoods store, recently, and asked for a yard of " impure lace." COURT REPORTS. District Conrt.---SEPUi.VEDA, J. Thursday, Sept. 2i. Cottle vs. Coronel. -Judgment for plaintiff for foreclosure. County Court—O'Mki.veny. J. Thursday, Sept. M. Crum vs. Davie*.—Tried and taken under advisement. Dhcaey vs. Martinez. —Pismisfed <m n.pneal on motion of appellant's attorney. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the week ending August 24, 1874, as reported for the Herald by Judson, Gillette & Adams, exam iners of title, No. 39, Spring street, Los Ange les: • E. Reinert toB. H. Aphold.—Undivided % of lot 128, subdivision of Murut Harden, First St.; •150. A. H. Nledecken to Flora J. Saxe.-Lot 2 in block L of Mott tract; 8250. J. Q. A. Stanley to Geo. H. Bold.—S. W. M of Sec. 20, T. 2 S., R. 13 W.; 84,000. R Heimanet al. to W. T. VAxbill.—Undi vided y 3 of N. W. % of N. E. % of N. W. M of Sec. 16, T. 4 S., R. 10 W., 10 acres; $1,500. John Frlstch to N. O. Stafford —N. W. % of Sec. 18, T. 5 S., R. 9 \V., 160 acres; 81,000. L. Philips to W. W. Rubottom.—o6 24-100 acres near Spadra; $700. City to Jas. Mullally.—Quitclaim to lots of Mullally In upper part of city, Eternity street und vicinity; . Exports. The following Is a list of the exports from Los Angeles Depot, Sept. 24th: Thirty-two bales wool, 42% sks corn, 3 cs mdse, 1 csk vinegar, 28 sks" asphaltum, 1 cs honey, 48 sks rye. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNJTURE, furniture, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter & Lord), Have now tho Largest Stock ever brought here. Have Just received a large lot directly from the East, and cordially invite the pub.ic to examine their goods and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Etc. Ktc. Etc. Sidney Lacey, (With Dotter & Bradley ), Is still selling everything in above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Goods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are still Agents for the GKOVKU & BAKER ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention fact that FOUR JNew and Distinct ami linpoi-tunt Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bi« Red Chair. tflO T. C. H WIG ART. JOS. II CHICK, JR. SWICART & HUBER, DEALERS IN STOVES, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE AND CROCKERY WARE, GLASS, Hardware and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING Done to Order. Sign of tho Big Red Coffee-Pot, NO. UO MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES. Jun2ltf—6 SAMUEL NORTON Has Just returned from the East with a large stock of C> O O T> 6* Of all kinds and qualities, He will sell you 13 yards oj Calico for ONE DOLLAR. No. 1 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles streel, (Caswell A Ellis' old stand,j augSO-lm FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. UOL» RKI>ORT. San Francisco, September 24. Uold,IO»V Ureenbacks—Buying, 91; selling, 91*-^. Wan Francisco Markets)—Br Telegraph. San Francisco. September 24. FLOUR-s6asS 15. WHEAT-8I Willi 85. BARLEY—tI 60.<i$l 05 OATss—»l O0i«l 72H. RYK—II 02%. HAY-88 00,.|i14 00. WOtJL—sl9«22%. ONIONB-75cT CORN—SI 7,V351 80. BEANS—2S,(o3c. lIOPS-22J!lfc. COTTON—|I4H. POT ATOES-Sl 10a$l 20 SWEET POTATOES—iI 25. BUTTER—4O S6OC. CHEESE—IISISc. EOGS-2*a42Kc. per doz. PEACHES—SI(9I 75 * Ik»x. APPLES-sl(3sl 75 f) box. FIGS-37ca50c. V lb. HONEY-20(827c. fl lb. Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, Fi.oum— Onions 2 50 Extra* bbl. $ 625 Nails, y keg.. 625 Superflne Xy t FRUIT— Bacon, V » 12>4<915 Can'dfldoz 450 Hams 12y„(nd7 Ass'd Jellies ..4 50(45 00 Lard 12 <ijl4 DRIED— Sugar— Apples 9 Crushed 11V, Peaches 9 Island No. 1 10 Grapes 8 Coffee 23 Potatoes, «JI ctl 126 Corn,Vcental 200 Salt— Barley 75 Common.... 1 50 Wheat 1 25 Liverpool,... 2 OO Butt.-r, V It. 35 Candles, fl 1b... 18(435 Cheese..... 13!-$ Candles 15(318 Swiss Cheese.. Brooms, 3 ii 375 Codfish W Liquors, ft cse 5(310 salmou 6S<&;7 Cigars— Mackerel 14 Dom'cfUOOO HMO Tea 87<5)75 Imported do 120^200 " Oreen 100 Powder— Starch 12% Minlng.flkg 490 Tobacco 50(51 00 Canned 7c<ssl Beans, * cwt.. 150 Fuse, fUOO ft.... $2 00 Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beer. 10t312t second class agov Prime mutton 8312* Veal \2%c Prime cattle $15(325 Good sheep $2(5250 Chickens, per doz 86(37 Ducks, per dor $6@6 50 Turkeys, per pound dressed .22@25c Geese, " " " 25c Fresh Salmon, per lb 50<3"5c FRUITS. Oranges, per doz 75« Lemons, per doz 75®50c Dried apples, per lb 10c Dried pears, per lb 16c Dried peaches, per lb 15c Fresh strawberries fl lb 12>jjc Fresh tomatoes $ lb 12>4C String beans, V lb 6c Green Corn, fl doz 10c Apples, ft box _ lffll 60 Pears, ft hundred 6tfe7se Watermelons, ft dozen I@l 50 VEGETABLES. Turnips, per lb 4c Asparagus, per lb 12% c Cabbage, per lb 4 Carrots, per 100 tb $3 00 New onions, f! lb Radishes, per doz 5c Lettuce, per head 3c GROCERIES. COFFEE-Mocha 62« c Java 37Sc Costa Rloa 25c TEAS—Black 50c@$l 00 Japan 82W;«Si$l 00 Oreen , 7.V>(3«1 mi Butter . 40c Eggs, per doz 37@40c Cheese, per lb 20&30 c Brown sugar lOVJfjjliVic Refined sugar 13 l / 2 (iU4c Strained honey S@l2%c Canvassed hams 20c Los Angeles hams 15c Extra family flour, f» bbl $7 00 Superflne 86 50 Graham $7 00 Mixed feed ft 100lbs $1 00 Cracked corn ft 100 lbs 81 50 Cornmeal $2 50(3,2 75 Pearl barley fl lbs 6^c Split peas 6y t c Syrup, per keg, 5-gaL 3 oO WINES. Cucamongo, ft gal, 4yrs 81 00 Port wine, " " 1 25 Angelica, " " 1 26 Walnut brandy, ft gal 3 50 SalnsevaiuWine bitters, ft gal 1 25 Cal white wine, %l gal. 5 yrs 76 Aguadlente, fl gal. 3 yrs 1 75 HOTELS. LAFAYETTE HOTEL New Tliroug-liovit THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO inform the traveling public that this well known house has been THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REBUILT THROUGHOUT, and now offers accommodations equal If uot superior to any other house iv Los Angeles. SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE. The Eating Department will be conducted with especial care nov4tf— H PICO HOUSE. LOS ANGELES, CAL. JfIRST CLASS HOTEL, FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS. Centrally Located—Frontage) on Three Streets. The UUIsT Table. The BEST Rooms. The BEST Accommodation*. 0c23-tf-5 CHAS. KNOWLTON, Prop'r MISCELLANEOUS. BOWLING ALLEY — AND - BILLIARD SALOON. In the basement of the (J. S. Hotel building, formerly occupied by the Cucamorga Wlue Depot, a SALOON, With a First Class stock of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc., and the best accommodation for customers. No charge will be made to patrons for the use of Billiard tables and Alley. A lunch will be served In the evening. KRUMDICK & MELCHERT, auglT-lt ' Proprietors. GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE ORIENT SALOON. We have Just received a Large and Entire NEW STOCK of I.I(^I.OUS and CIOARB. «*- Punches and Cobblers Specialties. J. CAPPE, Proprietor. G. E. GARD, Manager. inylOtf— 1 Hmoneer - SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. 1864. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tall dealer iv all kinds of Saddlery and Har ness. The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand aud tor sale at wholesale and retail. No. 17 Los Angeles feStreeet, LOS ANGELES, CAL. nols-tf—6 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 and county Is invited to the facilities of this offlce for cxc cut ing every description of BOOK © 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 bus in i' ss. A NEW POWER PRESS (the flrst 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 uew and ELEGANT Job Presses. The facilities for turning out work wlll.thus be equal to most and superior to many office In San Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or TV E W T V I? E AND MATERIAL, of the most modern designs and approved Eastern muuufacture, has been selected. And it Is Intended so to equip and furnish this de partment with THE BEST PRESSES, THE FINEST TYPE, AND the MOST MODERN APPLIANCES, AS TO MAKE THE 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 Pressman from one of the largest ofllces In New Englaud. 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 shert uo tice and displayed lv the best manner. BUSINESS CARDS. CIRCULARS, STATEMENTS, B ' LL EADB LETTER HEADS, BALL CARDS WEDDINC CARDS, VISITING CARDS. INVITATIONS, ETC. Of this class of work we shall make a spe daily, and Intend that nothing of the kind shall equal us in this section. BANK CHECKS, DRAFTS, NOTES, DEPOSIT CHECKS BOOK HEADINGS, STOCK CERTIFICATES ETC. Printed in a superior manner, on plain writ ing paper, or ou Bond aud Bank Note Paper in black or colors. SHOW CARDS IN GOLD AND COLORS. We shall uay particular attention te 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 for the printing ol LEGAL BLANKS, OFFICIAL FORMS Ar"l DOCUMENTB. CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES, BILLB OF FARE, TICKETS, LABELB, TAGS, AND EVERY VARIETY OK GENERALJOB PRINTING PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. HERALD Job Printing House, LOS ANGELES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T II X DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, Lost Angele*. Duiisniooi' Bro§. PROPRIETORS. THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST of articles we are now selling at extreme ly low prices: 100 Picture Albums, at f 1 00 Fine Portfolios, at 1 oo Reticules 1 oo Ladles' Work Boxes 1 00 Joseph's and Alexanders Kid Oloves per pair , 1 CO Beautiful Writing Desks 1 00 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OK 1 ALL KINDS. Full assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars, < 'ml*. Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Gents' Drawers and Shirts, at....„ 81 00 Chlldrens' Dresses, at.... 1 00 Ladles'and Gents' Hats, at 1 00 Gents' Fine White and Calico Shirts, at... 1 00 Gente* 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 Olass Table Set. 6 nieces, for $1 00 8 Goblets, Flint Glass, for. 1 00 12 Tumblers, " " 100 1 Wine Set, for 1 00 1 Large Lamp, complete 1 00 Silver-plated, five-bottle, Dinner Castor... 1 00 Sherwood, Wire-tranie, three-bottle, Breakfast Castor 1 00 12 Large Tea Plates 1 00 6 Good Knives and Forks 1 00 8 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 the DOLLAR STORE, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, ON MAIN ST Je 23-3m—27 The Grangers' Favorite and Champion of the West. WHEELER & WILSON IMPROVED DRAW-FEED SEWING MACHINES Is Noiseless, Sews.Faster, Runs Lighter, Has ttreater Mechanical Simplicity tban any other Mac-blue lv tbe World. THE WINNEU AT LONDON, 1862; PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1873. DISTINGUISHED HONORS. World's Exposition, Vienna, 1873. "The Emperor of Austria hus couferred tbe Imperial Order of Francis Joseph on the Hon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President or 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 the DRAW FEED WHEELER & 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 all the Extras and Attach ments, such as Tuck Markers, Binders, Rutilers, Heminers, 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 sent to EDMUND DOAK, No. 1 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. JylO-ani—2s 500 Jk. BC I JVI £2 M ARE HELPINC THEMSELVES TO Choice Family Groceries AT THE GRANGE STORE, Main St., bet. Second and Third, LOS ANOKLKS. Kveryiliine Sold, at ft Shade Above Coat. •r Goods are delivered promptly to every part of the city. J.H.SEYMOUR, General Manager. Los Angeles, July 18,1874. Jyl9tf-5 K. H. WORKMAN. WM. H. WORKMAN Workman Bros., Manufacturers and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES WHIPH, SADDLERY WARE. ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Hutc;L\oil* null Vuliwi'M, Always on hand, flue Carriage, Buggy and Team HARNESS AND SADDLES, Of our own Mauufacture constantly ou hand. We are prepared to offer Great Induce incuts to Purchasers. AS- Repairing promptly and carefully attended to. Come and see us, ut the Sign of the Big Horse, 76 Main street, Los Augelea, Cal. luul—s DOCKWEILER'S SALOON, Under Temple Building, Entrance ou Main street, Los Angeles. LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT A SPECIALTY. ALSO, Eastern and California Oysters And other edible* lv season, and the Very Best Liquors & Cigars. A First-class Lunch at All Hours, snna-tf-*^ MISCELLANEOUS. L. LIGHTENS ERCER, (Successor to Boeder A Ltchtenberger), jyjANUFACTURER OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. lis. lIS and I*7 Main street, Los Angeles, Very respectful I v solicits the patronage of the public In his'line of business. All ve hicles built ofthe BEST MATERIAL An extensive BLACKSMITH SHOP Is connected with the establishment, where all kinds of Blacksmlthing will be done to order. REPAIRING Done with dispatch, and with a view of glvlns satisfaction to patrols. All Worlt Warranted uo7-tf lp— 2% The Steams Ranchos, ALFRED ROBIMSON, Trustee. 842 Market Street, San Francisco, l'a|. OA Onr. ACRES OF LAND UviVOV 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 of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be lrregated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally insist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance in ono, 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 24, 1873. mr3-tf —7 STOCK FOR SALE. THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Capital Stock of this Company SSO,OOO 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 on B. L. Peel, or R. M. WILLIAMS, au4 tf—lV* . President. JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST. The purest WINES, tho choicest CIGARS, and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of San Fraucisco. «W Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo 4 Company's offlce. no2-tf—-8 O"\irATCHMAKER AND JEWEL- 0 jy VV KR. No. 3 Commercial street, JL El Los Angeles. Cal. Watches, Clocks KB WWund Jewelry repaired and warranted. HO3IE 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 aud heavy leather. Also the HOUSEHOLD GEM Home Shuttle Sewing Machine—Price 845. 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 Mainst. augOtf 8. MERRILL, Agent. WILLCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NOISEI»SS 'Jwg SIMPLE UP'"""' ""* Dutuhle Family Sewing Machine. AU kinds of Machines Bought, Sold, Ex changed aud Rented. AGENT FOR E. Butterick & Co.'s PATTERNS. SUMMER STYLES NOW READY. PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear Manufactured In a superior manner. Male rials of the best quality furnished at the lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. 1.. lIAIT, decl7-8 No. 80 Spring St.. Los Angeles. Notice of Altering and estab lishing the Grade of Streets. NOTICE Is hereby given in pursuance of Sec. 2 and 3, Article 7, of the Amended City Charterof Los Angeles City, ofthe Inten tion of the Common Council to ulter and es tablish the grade of the following streets:— Fort street, from 3d to 4th street; 4th street, from Fort street to Hill street; Hill street, from 4th to Oth street; Oth street, from Hill street to Pearl street, so as to conform to the grade as surveyed by Wm. Moore, an 1 ap proved by the Common Council, August 13, 1874. Any person or persons objecting to said proposed establishment of grade, must pre sent their protest to ihe Council, wlthiu 20 duvs from this date, September Oth. 1874. This notice Is given by order of the Com mon Council at Its sessiou of Sent. 3d, 1874. M. KRFMER, Cleik ofthe Commou Council of i.os Angeles City. sepfrlOds A. RESOLUTION DedaHtmSf **• Assessment List in the. Matter of the Grading of Temple Street, Los Angeles City, and Providing for its Collection. BE a RESOLVED, BY THE COMMON COUNCIL of the City of Los Angeles, as follows: ' Section 1. Thnt the assessments hereinafter set forth are hereby declared to be the assessments properly chargeable to anil collectable from the several owners of the property respectively hereinafter described, for and on account or the grading of Temple street In said city. • BSC. 1 That each of the assessments hereinafter contained and set forth as the assessment levied upon and charged against the respective lots or parts thereof for the grading of said Temple street and the grading ofany Intersection of cross streets, Is hereby declared true and correct, and that the valuations respectively put upon such lots or parts thereof are the Just and correct cash values of such lotsor parts thereof, Irrespective of Improvements thereon, liable to be assessed therefor: Sec. 3. The Clerk or the Common Council Is hereby directed to enter a statement of this assessment in tlie docket of city liens, according to law, and give notice of the levy of such assessment by publication of the same for ten days In the Los Angeles Daily Herald and 1m (VomVii respectively. HMO. 4. The following Is the assessment hereinbefore referred to. That Is to say: Iv the Matter of (trading- Temple sitreet, Los Angeles City—Assessment List. ? P pSc I a II M 1 2. a *E E £ I If s-l I 3 a 2 55? I a li fl s Names of owners and duscridtlun of «- ~ £ a y 3 ? 3<i I property on the southwest side of 0 v 5a- «J £ c 2, ftf I a c £■ »2 •? * >V3g„s Temple street, h r - 0 St o I p| if g. lIJ f| f Sfl ! * 3 S= § g P |i r w "; « d ;7; fl ; Jesse I). Hunter—Lot 6, block A, Mott tract, northwesterlycorner of Fort and Temple streets IB" 769 7811 80 :tu 4230 70 $1,000 8280 70 J. W. Potts—Lot 18. block A. Mott trdct, southeasterly corner of Hill und Tern streets 1«7 m 895 30 118 35 3SO 71 81 189 90 Hill street, between lot A and B, Mott tract SI 1381 13J4 30 409 20 J. \V. Potts—Lot 12, block A, Mott tract, 60x105 feet, fronting on Hill street 61 ij ji 15 J. W. Potts—Lot 11, block A, Mott tract, 00x165 feet, fronting on Hill street ol \$ 51 15 J. W Potts—Northeasterly one - half of lot 10, block A, Mott tract, 30x1115 feel, frouting on Hill street 25 oi 25 58 I. W. Potts and J, H. Blanchard—Lot 7, block B, Mott tract, southwesterly cor ner of Hill street und Temple street 167 10 is 1813 M 498 (i 0 52i 107 42 600 32 J. \V. Potts and J. H. Blanchard—Lot No. 6, block B. Mott tract, 00xl65feet, front ing on Hill street 51 15 15 J.W. Potts and J. H. Blanchard—Lot No. 6, blockß, 90x185 feet, fronting on Hill street- SI 15 51 J.W. Potts and J. H. Blanchard—Lot No. 16, block B, Mott tract, southeast cor ner Temple and Olive streets 167 224*. 2218 30 674 40 350 52 00 720 40 J.W. Potts and J. H. Blanchard—Lot No. 14, block B,ooxl6sfeet, Mott tract.front ing on Olive street 37 v 37 ij J. B Finn-Lot No. 13, block 8,00x165 feet, fronting on Olive street 37 14 37 w J.W. Potts and J. H. Blanchard—Lot No. 12, block B, 60x165 feet, fronting on Ol ive street 37 14 37 |_ Ol Iye street, between block Band block E.Motttraet 81 1114 1114 30 334 20 P. Beaudry.—Lot No. 8, block E, south west corner of Olive street and Temple street, Mott tract 167 417 501 948 30 281 40 552 78 80 362 40 J. W. Potts A J. H. Blanchard.-Lot No. 7, block E,60x165 feet, Mott tract, front age on Olive street 250 37 14 27 v J. W. Potts A J. H. Blanchard.—Lot No. 6, block E, 60x195 feet, Mott tract, front age on Olive street 280 37 14 87 v J. W. Potts A J. H. Blanchard.-North one-half of lot No. 5, block E, 30x165, Mott tract, frontage on Olive street 125 is 57 is sr P. Beaudry.-LotNo. 17, block E,south easterly corner of Charity street aud Temple street, Mott tract 167 2,348 2,843 30 702 90 300 31 00 734 50 J. W. Potts * J. H. Blanchard.—Lot. No. 16, block E,ooxl66feet, Motttract.front age on Charity street 200 21 06 21 06 P. Beaudry.-Lot 15, block E, 60x165 feet, Mott tract, frontage on Charity street. 200 21 oa 21 H P. Beaudry.-Lot 14. block E, 60x165 feet, Mott tract, frontage on Charity street. ona 21 08 21 on J. W. Potts A J. H. Blanchard.-North one-half of lot 13, block E, 30x105 feet, Mott tract, froutage on Charity street.. luO ig 53 IU 53 Charity street, between block E and block H 81 750 750 30 219 00 Morgan.—Not 9, block 11, southwest cor ner of Charity street and Temple St 147 100 652 752 30 275 60 480 50 52 270 12 P. Beaudry.—Lot No. 8, block 11, 60x145 feet, Mott tract, frontingonCharltySt. 200 21 ofl 21 mi P. Beaudry.-Lot. No. 7, block H, 60x145 feet, fronting on Charity St.,Mott tract 100 21 06 21 erf P. Beaudry.-Lot No. 6,block E.C0x145 ft. fronting on Charity St., Mott tract 200 21 06 21 06 North Side of Temple Street. Jacob Strelitz.--Lot No.l.bounded north erly by 1. W. Lord's property, easterly by Fort street, southerly by Temple street, and westerly by lot No. 2 701 703 SO 210 9J sbo 310 90 JaeobStrelltz.—Lot No. 2,bounded north erly by L W. Lord's property, easterly by lot No.l, southerly by Temple street and westerly by lot No. 3 55% 1,131 1,131 SO 3£6 30 350 338 89 JaeobStrelltz.—Lot No. S.bounded north erly by L W. Lord's property, easterly by lot No. 2, southerly by Temple St., and westerly by lot No. 4 60% 1,3(7 1,347 30 404 10 300 37 08 441 18 JaeobStrelltz—Lot No. 4, bounded north erly by L W. Lord's property, easterly by lot No. 3, southerly by Temple St., und westerly by Cemetery Avenue 55% 1,1 12 1,142 80 342 00 400 49 44 392 04 Isaac W. Lord.—Lot No, 12. bounded northerly by lot No. 11, easterly by lot No. 5, southerly by J. Strelitz's proper ty, and westerly by Cemetery Avenue 24 7a 24 7a 1. W. Lord.—South one-half of lot No. 11, bounded northerly by north one-half of lot No. 11, eusterly by lot No. 6, southerly by lot No. 12, ahd westerly by Cemetery Avenue 12 38 12 80 Cemetery Avenue 101 60:. 219 824 so 247 20 City property.—Lot bounded northerly oy Protestant cemeterly, easterly by Cemetery Avenue, southerly by Tem ple street, and westerly by P. Beaudry's property .........663 9,314 2,140 11,454 30 3.438 20 123 80 3,569 80 P. Beaudry.-Lot bounded northerly by Protestant cemetery, easterly by city lot, southerly by Temple St., and west erly by Pearl street 443 916 2,200 3,116 30 944 80 934 80 Sec. 5. This Resolution shall take efftct aud be lv force from and after Us passage and oub licatlon. — r I hereby certify the foregoing to be a lull, true and correct assessment list In the matter ofthe grading of Temple street, In said cltj-ofLos Angeles, and that each and all the said assess ments are made and payable in gold coin oi the United States. WILLIAM MOORE, City Surveyor. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was adopted by the Common Council at Its session oi Sept. 10,1871. [523 10tJ M. KREMER, Clerk of the Common Council. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE PROBATE COURT of the Count v of Los Angeles, State of California.—ln tin- Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH SCHULTZ, deceased. It appearing to the Judpe of said Court, by the petition this day presented and tiled by Wm. J. Brodcrick, the administrator of the Estate of Joseph Hchultz, deceased, 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 und expenses of administration of said estate. It Is there fore ordered by the Probate Court and the Judge of said Court, that all persons interest ed estate of said deceased, appear be fore t:.e said Probate Court on Wednesday, the 30th day of September, A. D. 1874, at 10 o'olock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court room of said Probate Court at the Court House, in the County of Lob 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 be published at least four successive weeks In the Los Angeles Dally Herald, a newspaper printed and published In said County. H X, S. O'MELVENY, Dated August 29, 1874 Probate Judge. 30-4 W 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 the above described Partnership is composed of the following persons und no others, whose names and places of residence are as follows, to wit: S. L. Dewey, i.os Angeles. M. H. Kimball, Los Angeles. In witness whereof, we have hereunto af fixed our hands and seals this 7th day of Sep tember, 1874. S. L. DEWEY. [L. s.l M. H, KIMBALL, fl- M.] Statk oi' California, ( County of Los Angeles, j On this 7th day of September, In the year 1874, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk, personally appeared S. L. Dewey und M. H. Kimball, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within In strument, und acknowledged louie thut they executed the sume. Witness my hand aud official seal this 7th day or September, 1874. Isf.al.) A. W. POTTS, heps-mi County Clerk. Notice to Creditors. I jtSTATE OF JOHN (SOLLEII, DECEASED. j Notice Is hereby given by the adminis trator of the estate of JOHN GOLLER, de ceased, to the creditors of, und all persons having claims against the suld deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the flrst publica tion of this notice, to the said administrator at Temple & Workmuu's Bank, iv the city of Los Angeles. F. P. F. TEMPLE, Administrator of the estate of John Uoller, deceased. Dated Aug. 27th, 1574. d4w Assessment Notice. .ORANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY v 7 of Los Angeles—Location of principal place of business: Los Angelea. California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of t Directors held In this city on the SlstTJay of July, 1874, an Assessment (No. 1) of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE was levied upon the Capital Stock of said Company, payable im mediately, In United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the offlce of the Company, No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any stock upon which tbls Assessment shall re main unpaid on the Ist day of September, 1874, will be declared delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless pay ment Is made before, will he sold on the 16th day of September, 1874. To pay delinquent assessment, together with cost oi advertising and expense of sale. By order ofthe Board. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. Offlce: No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Dated July 81,1874. POSTPONEMENT. At a regular meeting ofthe Board of Direct ors held on theSlst of July, further tlme!wa* given stockholders to make payment on **" sessment No. 1, and the dat« for <|«~iarlug slock on which payment had not been made, delinquent, was fixed for the THIRD day of October, 15.74. L. M. HOLT, septtitd Secretary. N O TIC f • Tbe Nun Pedro lrrl»«»«"«7 4 oiupauy-- Prluelpal pla** of BnilnsM betnu; Compton, LtnAugalei < ouuty, Stain of California. NOTICE IS HEREBY given, that at a meet ing of the Directors, held on the 16th day of August, 1874, an assessment ot 3% per cent, on 'he capital stock, the same being Thirty Pollars per share, was levied upon the capital stock ot said Corporation, payable on or be fore the 20th day of October, 1874, to C. \V. Twiss, Secretary of said Corporation, at his of flce In Compton, said county and State. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remalu unpaid ou the said 26th day of October 1874, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction; and, unless payment Is made before, will be sold on the 2ist day of November, 1874, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. C. W. TWISS, Secretary. Compton, Los Angeles county, State of Cal ifornia, Sept. 19, 1874. w4w NOTICE. rpHE DELINQUENT LISTS of the various JL counties of the State, for the 24th and 26th Fiscal years, (1872-3—1878-4) are now In my hands for collection. Many persons are de linquent for small sums upon personal pro perty, aud are urged to examine the rolls In the hands ofthe Tax Collector of their respec tive counties and to make Immediate pay ment. The law Is Imperative, that the pay ment of the State tax for these years must ue enforced, and unless voluntary payments are made at once, heavy costs will be lnourred by the delinquents, J. J. UREEN, sepl-3m Controller of State.