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WEDNESDAY OCT. 14, 137 L Annual Election. On the lost regular meeting in Oc tober it will be the duty of subordinate Grange* to elect officers for the ensu ing year. This is a matter of no small importance. On the efficiency of offi cer* of subordinate Granges depend, to a great extent, the prosperity of the Order. See to it, brothers and sisters, that your best material is selected. Let ail selfishness and personal ambi tion be kept in abeyance, and select only those of superior ability to till your offices. Most of the Granges have had several months experience, and have learned who among their number are efficient, zealous workers. Our experience thus far has shown us that there is work to do in connection with Grange duties, and workers should be chosen to do it. For your Master, especially, be careful to select your very best man, or woman, if she be the more competent, not only to conduct the business of your Grange, but to represent you at thf» State Grunge. — Exchange. State Grange. The following Committees have been appointed by the State Grange: On Commercial Relations—Shinu, Dean and Leonard. On Co-operation and Transportation —BocKltis, Eckson, Cutler, Wolf and Inman. < VJ,..^11. n 1 I ,1 M ..... . V/l» »JU „ I* I,' I\J 1. ..[l'l ...»■",, .IIUIIUIIO Carr and Dean, and Mr. Meyer. On State University—Wright,Abott and Baxter. Committee on Immigration—Abott, Earl, Spences, Carrington and Dean. On Legislation—Spencer, Coe, Mer ry, Inman and Haile. Mr. Wright moved that a Commit tee be appointed on National Finance. Carried Pacific Coast Items. It is rumored that the Hon. Thomas Lindley, ex-State Treasurer and bank er at Grass Valley, will take the con tract for grading the Colfax and Nevada Narrow-gauge Railroad. The dam of the South Yuba Canal Company at Fordyce valley, near Meadow Lake, which is now building, will cost, when finished, $200,000. It will be the most costly work of the kind on this coast. Kern county is destined soon to be come one of the prominent tobacco counties of this State. A number of persons having made experiments during the past season, and having demonstrated, that it can be raised successfully, many others will give it trial next season. A gentleman in Kern Valley, this season, had some forty thousand plants, and sold his en tire crop at thirteen cents per pound for sheep-dip. J. E. Carr has a large-sized cockatoo at his ranch that makes the best of adverse circumstances. He has al ways had a mate of his own species until the present season, when, being deprived of his companion, he has taken up with a small white pullet of the barn-yard species. The twain go regularly each day into the woods back of the house, and at the regular time return to the yard, cackling in the most boisterous manner. It is thought the pullet has a nest-full of eggs somewhere, but the most diligent search has thus far failed to discover its whereabouts. The owner of the bird has named him " Beecher."—Ne vada Transcript. COURT REPORTS. District Court.—SEPULVEDA, J. Tuesday, October 13. Brown vs.Widney.—Case dismissed al plain tiff's cost. Godey vs. Coronel.—Order :or plaintiff to inspect documents given. Levy vs. Carson —Judgment enteteJ tor plaintiff; stay often days. County Court—O'Melveny, J. Tuesoav, October 13. Max, Mai ks, a native of Germany, was nat uralized. Lips 4 Dcs Autels vs. P. M. S. S. Co.- On trial. Probate Court O'Mki.veny, J» Tuesday, October 13. In the estate of Santiago Johnson.—Order of sale of real estate filed. In same estate.—Order shortening time of kale of real estate filed. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the week ending October 13, 1874, as reported for tlie Hkkalu by Judson, Gillette & Adams, examiners of title, No. 3D, Spring slreet, Los Angeles: W. 9. Pendleton to S. C.'Baker.—Tweniy acres at Orange; $000. P. N. Roth to John McCrea.—Lots 7 and 8 in block 24, corner Fort and Eighth streets. T. A. Sanchez et ux. to W. O. Burr.—Lot 3 in block 3 of Sanchez tract, city; $275. E. M. Ross to H. M. Mitchell.—lnterest of grantor in certain 03 acres of Rancho San Fedro; $400. W. C. Pendleton to E. R. Nlcoles.-21 8-10 acres in Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana; $500. C. Maclay et al. to V. Gelcich.—Four lots in block 25, San Fernando; 340. V. ElWalde toSusauna Athearn.—Undivided of lot 27 in block 23, Eternity street; 8100. Contract and Finance Com. of S. P. R. R. Co. tiled 27 deeds of right ot way. C. Maclay et al. to J. Lazz.arovi.>h.—Sixteen lots In San Fernando; $80. Exports. The following is a list of tlie exports from lajs Augeles Depot, October 13th: Eight cs honey, 20 bis wool, 1 cs wax, 1 eu-k hams, 1 trunk, 2 bxs mdse, 18 bxs soap, •_' bbls liquor, I cheese, 6 pipes wine, ft bxs trim, bbl liquor. HOTEL ARRIVALS CLARENDON. M O McCoy,Orogon Mrs English. sac F M Slaughter, 8 Brnd R W Dawson, Azusa Jas Marks, do C Jos*bphson, S F BS Eaton, Fair Oaks G D Plutt, do J M Leihy.Tustln City J H Donls, do C J Edsondtwf.Vntura J Loney, <to H Howard, W 8 Mainline A C Smith .1 Edteman J Sauries .1 M Johnson C E Beau H H Smilh PICO. X A Foster, Conenjo RAF Cornell, S Sose Mrs Otto, A T J P Wood, 8 I- U A Hussy,do A S Holmes, Oakland G W Scott, Dubuque Mrs J M Bassett, 8 F F CCongdou, Furtlnd Mrs C H Bushueil.Mu «' X Smith, S F rysvllle J Coehran, Scotland W A Gordon, Scotland LAFAYETTE. M O McCoy, S V Wni Anderson, Cnadu T Irwin, d.> J B Anderson, Prescott JB Rested, do I> Mlller.Wlmugn S B Hunt, do Mrs R AOrton.do P Polaman, do Mrs C McCley,s Frudo J Oats, do M McClaran, do S Worms. do J Ross, Old Womau Glc M O McClay, do Jos Ross, do R Ravis A. Bay, do E R Nlcheles.do R Hlgjgius, do D Crlghtou, do WBOoie, do M E Frank. Nieto* S Johnson, Eureka J W Arodrick I Irwin. F Young, Lone Pine Miss J Blanchard,Prtld L Kurtz, Germany CD Tittle, D W Hlllman, Phllu UNITED STATES. W H Plllings, S Clouu, Wm C Johnson, s V G L Horgan, Anhm C V Miller. do NZubrod, do ID Cornell, do E R Nlcoles, d , I W Hallour, Phllu G D Compton, do W E Stable, Bkrsfld H B Cob, do E II Allen, Orovl F Williams, do McKlnzle, S Frnd D Davis, do WmE Strong, do J D Byrd, do J W Goodrich, An bin SJDavl,, do FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MOLD REPORT. Sax FiiaHClsco, October 13. Gold, 110. Greenbacks — Buying, 91; selling, 91*. Kan I'rsnrUco MnrkrK -By Telegraph. San Francisco. October IS. FLOUR-$4 125... WHKAT-ll 50. BARLEY—SI 07>,(31 OATS—II WM\ 00. RYE-$1 02>f HAY—J9 0O«$14 00. WOOL— IMMKc ONIONS—ft'Kf 70c. CORN—SI M. BEANS i..V. HOPS-30^*32^0. COTTON-Jit'.,. POTATOES—*I OO vil 26. SWEET POTAToEB-$l 50(41 «M BUTTKR-40<*ino. CHEESE—II#ISe. EGGS—2S<Jt42 lac.I a c. per doz. PEACHES—SItfI " > T« box. API*I,ES-sl'9si 75 V box. MPS—97<9Boc. V lb. HONEY -20.«27c. >> tt.. MISCELLANEOUS. SPECIAL NOTICE ...BY THE... SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society As nearly one-lnilf of tlie slock, of tho Soci ety remains unsold: as it Is the desire of the Directors to make tho Society a favorite one with the people !of the entire District: as the titleto the grounds Is perfect, und as the land which each ahaio carries is worth almost tbe par value of n share, und as it is t lie Intention of the Society to divide up the unsold stock on the 7th duy of November next, notice is given to all residents of the District that they may purchase stock, as long as it lasts, at $70 per share (the amount now paid by fourteen assessments) and liable to 830 more assess ments In the course ol two or three years, or $100 per share, which fully pays up. This of fer to remain open until Nov. 5, lt>74. By direction of the Society. JOHN G. DOWNEY, President. Bxjr. C. Tnt'MAN, Secretory. oct4-td THE COLDEN SONGSTER, Eor the Land of SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS, COXTAIXINd Soiiirs of Love, Songs oi Home, sons;* of Country. Complimentary Edition, 2,000 Copies — Illuminated 1 itle — Heavy Paper —To be issued in November. SksT*During the month of November the Merchants and other business and professlon rl gentlemen and ladies will present to their customers in Los Angeles and vicinity, Two Thousand copies of the GOLDEN SONG STER. In addition to a few pages of adver tlsments, and a compilation of editorial notic es of first-class houses, and twenty-four blank pages for a Pocket Diary or Accounl Book, will be presented the following beautiful CATALOGUE OF SONCS: i The star span'-icd Banner 1 2. The Watch on the Rhine; 3. Thou art Dreaming; 4. The Marseillaise Uynin; 5. Wait for the Turn ofthe Tide; 0. Oh, why should the Spirit of Mortal be proud; 7. Mollie Darling; 8. Meet me, Josle, at the Gate: «. Enoch Arden—Annie Darling; 10. Kathleen Mavourneen; 11. ShamusO'Brien; 12. Rock me to sleep, Mother; 18. Her Bright Smile haunts me still; 14. Put me in my little bed; 15. liOrd Lovel and Lady Nancy; lti. Homeless to-night; or, Boston lv ashes: 17. The Old Oaken Bucket; 18. Hope; or. Leaf br Leaf the Rosea fall ; lti. Tbe Little Brown Jug: 20. Shell of Ocean; 21. John Anderson, my Jo; 22. Bonny Doon; 23. Swinging In the Lane; 24. Old Grimes' Cellar Door s>s. The Ship on Eire: 20. The Golden Stair: 27. Pat Mulloy; 28. Norah O'Neal; 29. Norah's Reply: 30. It is better to Laugh than be sighing; 31. Something Sweet to think of; 32. The Days of'Forty-Nine; 88. The Last Rose of Summer 34. Ever of Thee, I'm Fondly Dreaming; 35. Auld Lang Syne; 30. Joe Bowers; 37. Then you'll remember me; 38. Deal with mekindly; 39. Beautiful Dreamer; 40. Oft in the Stilly Night; 41. Pass under the Hod; 42. That Little Church around the eoi net; 43. Lone Rock by the Sea; 11. Let us speak of a man as we find him: 45. Don't be angry with me, Darling; 40. I am not angry with you. Dearest: 47. Good Night—Farewell. Also a number of beautiful Spanish songs, Including "La Pederosa," mjjj susplro," "El Trobodor." Etc. met"A magnificent collection—handsomely printed- elegantly bouhd— and the entire edi tion oi Two Thousand to be given away. Ask for them at the principal business houses. St. Lawrence Publishing Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. R. R. LAWRENCE, oct2-2w Stat. Rep. furTnjtu reTTurn itur m, FURNITURE. DOTTER &~BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter & Lord), Have now the Largest Stock ever brought here. Have Just received a large lot directly from the East, and cordially Invite the pub.lc to examine their goods ami 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 Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are Htill Agents for the GROVER AY Itvhl-.u ELASTIC' LOCK STITCH SKW INO MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR rVow and Disiinei unci Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign ofthe Bier Red Chair. tflO Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock. MISCELLANEOUS. 500 B! JL M I X* I E S AIIL HELPING THEMSELVES TO Choice Family Groceries .AT THE GRANGE STORE, Main st., bet. Second and Third, I,OH ANGELES. Everything Sold at « Shade Above Cost. »»-Woods are delivered promptly to every part of the city. J. 11. SEYMOUR, General Manager. Los Angeles. July 18, 1874. Jyl9tf-6 LADIES' HAIR DEE SGI I* G ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. 1 A DIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL _i styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls made ut the shortest notice. Tangled hair straightened and made Into any shape. For tunes of the finest quality on nand nnd for sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. L. LICHTENBERCER, (Successor to Roeder A Lichteuberger), jyjANUFACTURER OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. 148, 145 and 147 Main street, Los Angeles, Very respectfully solicits the patronage of the public iv his "line ol business. All ve ntcles buiil ofthe DEBT 19 AThtvIAL. An extensive BLACKSMITH SHOP Is connected with the establishment, where all kinds of Btueksnilthing will be done to order. IiEPAIRINO Done with dispatch, and with a view of giving satisfaction to patroi-s. Avll Work Warranted no7-trip— iy v The Steams Ranchos, ALFRED ROBINSON, Trnatee. 542 Market Street, San Franelneo,l'a|. QA nrifl ACRES OF LAND t»ViV/UV for sale, In lots to suit, suitable for tlie 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 la abundant at an average depth of six feet from the sunuce. on almost every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be Irregftted by the water of the Santa Ana river, ifost of these lands are naturally melst, 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 shewing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to come nnd see this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24,1873 mr3-tf—7 O.W.PARKER, Teacher and Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Residence, No. 66 Spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All orders left at the above rooms, or at Brodrick's Book store, will receive prompt at tention. nug3i.it I ~ DOCKWEILER'S SALOON, Under Temple Building, Eutrance on Main street, Los Angelea. LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT A SPECIALTY. ALSO, Eastern and California Oysters And other edibles in season, and the Very Best Liquors & Cigars. A First-class Lunch at All Hours. »DrlB-tf-4^ STOCK FOR SALE. THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Capital Stock of this Company 850,000 DIVIDED INTO 9,000 BHAREB. TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED .Shares of this Stock has been set apart for working capital, one thousand of which are now to ne sold for cash. For Information call on B. L. Peel, or R. M. WILLIAMS. MM tf—4'i President. VETERINARY^URGEON^ OSCAR Oi BALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL diseases of the horse. Can be found at corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange les, Cal. au2tf—2 NOTICE. •Vr° TlrE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that the o-N Common Council will receive bids at Its session of October22d, torso much ofthe $8,300 in City Bonds, bearing 7 per cent, per annum, ns will produce 88,500 in gold coin. M. KREMER, oetl-20d Clerk of Common Council. Dissolution of Partnership. rpHE FIRM OF WILLIAMS A ROGERS has JL this day dissolved partnership, by Wil liams purchasing the Interest of Rogers; Wil liams assuming ull obligations of the lute co partnership. JOSEPH L. WILLIAMS. WALTER E. ROGERS. In retiring from the above named firm, I cordially recommend to my friends and pa trons, my successor, hoping they will be as liberal to him as they were to me." I WALTER E. ROGERS. Los Angeles, Oct-8,1874. lw HOTELS. PICOI.OUSE,~ LON ANGELES, CAL, JfTRST CLASS~HOTEL, FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS. Centrally Located Frontage on Three Streets. The BEST Table, The KENT Rooms, The UEST Accommodations. 0c23-tf—s CHAS. KNOWLTON, Prop'r TAFAYETTEImfEL New Tliroug^lioiit THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO Inform the traveling public that this well known house has beeu THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REBUILT THROUGHOUT, and now offers accommodations equal tf not superior to any other house iv Los Augeles. SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE. The Eating Department will be conducted with especial care novftf—6 , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, Yon Angeles. Dunsmoor Bros. 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 00 Reticules 1 00 Ladles' Work Boxes 1 00 Joseph's and Alexanders Kid Gloves per pair , 1 00 Beautiful Writing Desks 1 09 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OTP A. I-I. KINDS. Full assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Oufl*s», Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Gents' Drawers and Shirts, st tl 00 Children*' Dresses, at 100 Ladles'and Gents' Hats.at 1 00 Gents' Fine White and Oaliun Shirts, at... 1 00 Gents' Wool Over Shirts, at 1 IX) Two I'nder Shirts, at 1 00 Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 1 00 Linen Coat, Pants and Vest, each, at 1 00 Vase*, 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 I .amp, complete. 1 00 Silver-plated, five-bottle, Dinner Castor... 1 00 Sherwood, Wire-frame, three-bottle, Breakfast Castor 1 08 12 Large Tea Plates. 1 00 6 Good Knives and Forks 1 00 <J 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 23-3m-27 The Grangers' Favorite and Champion of the West. IMPROVED DRAW-FEED SEWING MACHINES It Noiseless, Sews Faster, Runs Lighter, Has 44 renter Median leai Simplicity tliuu any otber Mncbiue in tbe World. THE winner at LONDON, 1862; PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1873, DISTINGUISHED HONORS. World's Exposition, Vienna, 1878. "The Emperor or Austria has eouferred the Imperial Order of Francis Joseph on the Hon. Nathaniel Wheeler, President of the cele brated Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine Company of New York." The best is tbe cheapest. Buy uo other machine until you have seeu the DRAW FEED WHEELER A WILSON. It will last a life time. Every purchaser made a perfect operator. All machines guaranteed and sold ou 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, Ruftlers, Hemmers, Rlppers,Needles,Oil,etc., etc. Also all colors of Sewing Machine Stlk and ofthe BEST SEWING MACHINE SPOOL COTTON lv the market. Prices lower than any other house. Special attention given to orders sent to EDMUND DOAK, No. 1 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. JylOßm— 25 WILLCOX €% GIBBS IMPROVED NOISELESS SflL SIMPLE I inhtrnnninn [ff^ v _j|flf' 11 >and Durahle Family Sewing Machine. All kinds ot Machines Bought, Sold, Ex* changed and Rented. AGENT P«R E. Butter ick& 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 nt the lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. V. HAM, decl7—B No. 60 Spring St.. Los Angeles. LOOK TO YOUR FIRE! OREA.T It El>l JC-TIIJTV — IN - From $24 to $18, 920 and $22, \eeordlug to quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent; COAL YARD, Corner of Spring und Court streets, Lots ANUP.I.EH, CAL. KepU SOMETHING NEW LOW ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends and the public generally, that I have engaged one of the very best W A T O I I >I A X E It 8 Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persons having watches or clocks to repair will please give me a trial and Judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, 2&.000 assoiled articles, for sale cheap, at C. Ul COMJtI *'S. CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No. fte. myBm-r2 A RESOLUTION !>••< Ini Int the Axrumrnl In the Mitt tar of Oradlng Mala Ntreer. BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE COMMON ."COUNCIL of the;Clty of los Angeles, as follows: Section 1. That the assessment* herelnut ter set forth are hereby declared to be the as sessments properly chargeable to and col lectable from the several owners of the prop erty respectively hcreinafterdescrlbed, for and on accouut of the grading of Main street, as ordered to be graded by a resolution of the Common Council on the '21st day of May, A. D. 1574. Sec 2. That each ofthe assessments here inafter contained and set forth as the assess ment levied upon and charged against the respective lots or parts thereof for tbe grading of said Temple street and the grading of any Intersection of cross streets, Is hereby de clared true and correct, and that the valua tions respectively put upon such lots or parts thereof are the Just and correct cash Value* of such lots or parts thereof, Irrespective of Improvements 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 tbe docket of city liens, accord ing to law, and give notice ofthe levy of such assessment by publication of the same for ten days in the Los Angeiee Daily Hi.hai i> and La LVoniea respectively. Sec. 4. The following Is the assessment hereinbefore referred to. That Is to say: In tne Hatter of the Uradlng and Mak ing- of Maiu Street betweeu Fourth Street aud the Plar.a—Assessment UN, arris > 2 P 3 S EgS Z Names of owners aud'de- Jtr ;*f J M I" l»§! seription of property on £ IE l II 99 II S*"2 Main street, bet. Fourth: <Z S's" •m ™ m mm 8 street and the Plaza- n~> £,° S "5 =S' West nlde. • = |5 3 £"2 it. «o ■_ . ~ '•0 _r it .'3 3? 1 w * v t a! j?k t 3. G. Howard — Lol bounded northerly by Hun ter's lot, easterly by Main street.southerly by Fourth street, and westerly by lot No. tt, block 6.. 120 1,000 42 > oo J. D. Hunter— Lot bound ed northerly by Downey's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Howard's lot, westerly by lot No.7,block 6 ViK 2.000 00 J.O.Downey—Lot bound ed northerly by Hellman's lot.easterly b.v Main street, southerly by Hunter's lot, and westerly by lots No. 7 and 8, block 6 80V. 3,100 411 00 I. W. Hellman — Lot bounded northerly by Ger man School property, east erly by Main street, south erly by Downey's lot and westerly by Main street 78 2 300 301 00 German School; Trus tees: H. Helnck.C. Rrodle, 1.. Leek, A. Asbrand. Marxsen — Lot hounded northerly byLehman'stoi, easterly by Main street, southerly by Hellman's lot and westerly by lot No. 8, block 6 ... 71 2,200 344 M George Lehman — Lot bouuded northerly by Hen ne's estate, easterly by Main street, southerly by Germ ad School property and westerly hy lot No. 9. block 6 79 2,000 393 oO C. Henne's estate— Ix>t bounded northerly by Third street, easterly by Mainstreet, southerly by Lehman's lot and wester ly by lot No. lti, block 0 92 3,200 470 00 Wm. H. Cralk — Lot bounded on the north by Hellman's, easterly by Main street, southerly by Third street and westerly by lot No. 6, block 3 46 1 2 1,9*0 217 oo Sam ue 1 Hellman — Lot bounded on the north by Foy's lot.easterly by Main st reet, southerly byCral k's lot and westerly by lot No. ti, block 3 0s 2.n0 <aw 00 Samuel Foy—Lot bound ed northerly by Morena's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Hellman's lot und westerly by lot No. 7, block 3 78 S.hjO iii 00 Catalina Morena — Lot bounded northerly by lot of L. Boeder, easterly bj Main street, westerly by lot No. 7, block 3, and southerly by Foy's lot Ti 3,000 *>' 00 L. Roeder— Lot bound ed northerly by Morena's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by More na's lot ond westerly by lot No. 8, block 3 00 2.400 229 00 fatal ma Morena — Lot bounded mort herly by Chapman's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by Roeder's lot and west erly by lot No. 9, block 4... 167 uuo 573 40 A. B. Chapman — Lot bounded northerly by Second street, easterly by Mainstreet, southerly by Morena's lot and wester erly by lot No. 10. block 5..120 4,J00 176 oo D. Anderson—Lot bound ed northerly by Meyer's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Sejsond street and westerly by the prop erty of F. P. F. Temple 97 1 l,uvo iSB oo Samuel Meyer — Lot bounded northerly by J. Wlilson's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by D. Anderson's lot and westerly by the property of F. P. F. Temple 47 1-2 1,900 LSo 00 J.Wlllson—Lot bounded northerly by Hellman's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Meyer's lot, and westerly by F. P. F. Temple *» 1-2 l.oou V.'A 60 I. W. Hellman—lot bounded northerly and westerly by F. P. F. Tem ple's property, easterly by Maiu street, and southerly by J. Wlilson's tract IS 2,«o« 281 00 F. P. F. Temple—Lot bounded northerly by N. Workman's lot, easterly hv Main street, southerly by Hellman's lot and westerly by Spring street. I.S 1-2 «,000 401 00 Nancy Workman — Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Rowan A Brenner, easterly b.v Main Btreet. southerly by Temple's lot and westerly by Temple's alley U0 MM 1«« W T. Rowan, J.Benner— Lot bounded northerly byFirst street, easterly by Main street, southerly by N. Workman's lot and west erly by Temple's alley *» 3,000 109 60 J. Hurt!!— Lot bounded northerly by Lltchenber gcr's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by First street and westerly by Mrs. Phillips'lot SB 1,201 04 00 li. Litehenburger — Irfrt bounded northerly by Hellman's lot, eastlerly by Main street, southerly by Hunt's lot and west erly by Mrs. Phillips' lot* Ho 5,400 428 75 Ii W. Hellman — Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Dowsey* Hellman, easterly by Main street, southerly by Lltchenburg er's lot and westerly by , the lotof S. Hellman and the Smith lot 91 LttOO m 50 J. G. Downey and I. W. Hellman — Lot bounded northerly by McDonald's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Hellman's lot and westerly by the property ofTrudell 34 1-2 8,000 123 75 E. N. Mc*anald — Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Stgnoret, east erly by Main street, southerly by Downey A Hellman's lot aud westerly by the lot of HtraliU A Trudell 80 1-2 4,»o» .u7 60 Mrs. Felix Slgnoret—Lot t" hi nd.-d northerly by Hunter's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by McDonald's lot and west erly by Lanfranco's lot.. .37 10-12 2,:oo 14-5 uO J. D.Hunter—Lot bound ed northerly and westerly byj. Lanfranco's proper ty, easterly by Mainstreet and southerly by Signo ret's lot 34 1-23,000 138 00 Estate of M. Lanfrauco, Juan lanfranco, Admin istrator — Lot bounded nor'herly by Market stieet easterly by Main street, southerly by Hunter's lot and westerly by Spring street 30 12 1,900 127 50 Los Augeles County Court House—Lot bound ed northerly by Cenrt street, easterly by Main street, southerly by Mai ket street and westerly by Spring street oo 3,010 416 00 K. V. I . Temple U,l bounded nortlirrlT by the Intersection of 'Mnin str.-et, spring street and Temple street, easterly by Main street, soutberly by Court street nnd westerly by Spring stroet 225 5-12 14-OOn 1.251 00 John G. Downey Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Sablche, easterly by Main street! somberly by- Temple street und west erly hy New High street ...S«8 8.000 1,117 00 M rs.Krnnk Sablche—Lot bounded northerly by the Card we l lots, easterly by Mainstreet, southerly by the Downey lot and west erly b\ New High stroet I J I WJU '.3 M i ardweli estate; Win. Cardwell, Card well, minor, J. v. Downe> guardian Lot bounded northerly by the Wolf skill lot, easterly by Maiu street, southerly by Snbl che's lot, and westerly by New High street Is I .sou s: 00 Luis Wolfskill - Lot bouuded northerly by the lot of the F. a At. Bank, easterly by Main street, soutnerly by the Cardwell lot and westerly by New High street ts 4.500 250 00 Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles Lot bounded northerly by Fiuhr's lot, easterly by- Main street, southerly b> Wolfskin's lot and west erly by New Higli street... 2.) i-.v-io 88 10 Christian Fluhr — Lot bounded northerly h> Meyer's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by F. A M. Bank and west erly b.v New High street..ll2 11,000 521 50 Samuel Meyer — I/>t bounded northerly by the Bouchette property, easter ly hy Main street,south erly by F'luhr's lot, and westerly by New High street 71 1-2 7,000 Ht« OO Mrs. M. A. Bouchette, SnntOS Bouche'le, Elvira L'nioto, minor, Luis Bou chette—Lot hounded nor therly byF'erguson A Metr. ker's lot, easterly by Main street, southerly by Mey er's lot. and westerly by New High street ." «01 1-2 0,000 SHoO Wm.Fergus >n and Jacob Metzker — Lot bounded northerly by Hellman's 10l .easterly byMain street, southerly by Bouchette's property and westerly by New High street KM s.OOO .-.40 SO I. W. Hellman — Lot hnu nded northerly by Ab bott's lot, easterly byMain street, southerly by the loe of F'erguson A Metz ker and westerly by New High street 76 .".,7*l Kit CO Wm.Abbott —Lot bound ed northerly by Slgnoeet's lot.easterly byMain street, southerly by Hellman's lot nnd westerly by New High street <M 4,800 00 Felix Slgnoret — Lot bouuded northerly by Tur ner street, easterly by Main street, southerly hy Aflbott's lot and westerly by New High street l\B% 9,000 "48 50 Hyman Ernst — Lot bounded northerly bySun ohez's lot, easterly by Maiu street, southerly by Turner streetand wosterly by the property ofthe Gas Co. 00 3,500 271 00 Description Of lb* Property on tbe East Side of Main Street. Flo Pico -Lot bounded northerly by the Plaza, easterly by Sanchez street, southerly by Abbott's lot, and westerly by Main street U8 id-D jlw 00 Wm.Abbott—Lot bound ed northerly by Pico's lot, easterly by Sanchez's lot, southerly by a lot of Perry A Woodworth, and west erly by Main street SoVi 162 00 Wm. H. Perry and Wal lace Woodworth — Lot bounded northerly by Ab bott's lot. easterly by San chez street, southerly by Abbott's lot aud westerly hv Main street 47 4,000 3SB 00 Wm.Abbott- Lot bound ed northerly by a lot of Ferry & Woodworth, east erly by Sanchez street, southerly by Mascarel's lot aud westerly by Main street 30 2,800 1&> 00 Jose Mascarel — Lot bounded northerly by Ab bott's lot, easterly by San chez street, southerly by Signoret's lot und west erly by Main stroet al 10-12 2,700 157 00 Mrs. Felix Slgnoret - Lot bounded northerly by Mas carel's lot, eastealy by Sanchez street, southerly by Arcadia street and westerly by Main street 78 ,",000 407 50 Arcadia B. de Steams.— Lol bouuded northerly by- Arcadia street, eusterly b> Los Angeles street, south erly by Foy's lot and the lot of Downey, and wester ly by Main stieet ISa SIO.UbO Wl7 00 John G. Downey. — Lot bounded northerly by the 10l of A. Steal ns easterly by Mrs. steams' lot, south erly by the lot of Perry A Kiley. and westerly by Main street 20% *7 50 J. M. Kiley A Wm. H. Perry.-Lot bounded north erly by Downey's tot, east erly by A. Steams' lot and Fov's lot, southerly by the lot*of Pico, and westerly by Main street UK 5.000 23* 00 Flo Pico.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Per ry A Riley, easterly b.v Foy's lot, southerlyby the Bella Union property, and westerly by Mainstreet 99 3.j«0 187 50 Bella* Union Property, J. G. Downey, Assignee.—Lol bounded northerly hy Pi co's lot.easterly by Childs' lot, southerly by Dueom mun's lot, and westerly by Mum street 87 10 12 tt,Boo 408 i(I Charles L. Ducommun.— Lot bounded northerly by the Bella Union property, easterly by Mrs. Signoret's lot, southerly by Commer cial street, aud westerly by Main street 40 2 12 4,t*o 220 00 Jose Mascarel and I. W. Hellman. — Lot bounded northerly by Commercial street, easterly by Juan Barre, southerly b.v Con cepcion Alanis' lot, and westerly b.v Main stroet M ri.noo 205 00 Concepcion Alanis.—Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Mascarel, easterly by dollar's estate, southerly by Juan Lanfranco's lot, and westerly by Main street «* f.,WiO 880 00 Juan Lanfranco. — Lot bounded northerly by the lot of Alanis, eusterly by Goller's estate and Tem ple's lot, southerly by the lot of Downey A Hellman, and westerly by Main 5t.... Ml 9,300 4tH 00 J. G. Downey ALM.Hell mau.—Lot bounded north erly by Lanfranco's 101, easterly by Requena's lot, southei ly by Navarro's lot, and westerly by Maiu 5t.... 85 8,000 28160 M. C. Navarro. — Lot bouuded northerly by the lot of Downey 4 Hellman, easterly by the lot of Bush, southerly by Reuuenn St., and westerly by Main St... 341, 8.108 12*00 Lewis Mesmer. — Lot bounded northerly by Re ouena street, easterly b.v Los Angeles street and Hl verlna's lot, southerly by Rlverlna's lot and the lot of Rivara and Sangulnetti, and westerly by Main 5t...142 10,800 <na oo D. Rivara AG. B. Sangul netti.—Lot bounded north erly by Mesmer's lot, east erly by Rlverine's lot aud the old Aivarado proper ty, southerly by the Cordo na property, and westerly by Main street 100% 7,i00 308 50 Cordona Estate; widow, R. M. Cordona: children, R. M. Cordona, 8. A. Cor dona, E. Cordona,Leo.Coi • dona, Pedro Cordona.—Lot bouuded northerly by Ri vara A Sangulnetti's lot, easterly by tho Aivarado lot, southerly by Stoll's lot uud westerly by Main St... 3d v,400 328 00 | |H. W. Btoll.~Lot bound ed northerly by the Cordo na estate, easterly by the Alvarade lot, southerly by Fiuhr's lot, and westerly by Mainstreet 1911-12 1,500 72 00 Estate of Charles Fluhr, Chris. Fluhr, agent.—Lot bounded northerly by Stoll's lot, easterly by Los Angeles street aud the lot of Aivarado, southerly by the lot of Rivara A San gulnetti, and westerly by Main street WlB 12 2,000 12.1 Of) D. Rfva-raAG. li.Samrut nettl.—Lot bounded north, erly by the lot of C. Fluhr, easterly by Rumppe's 101, southerly by Breswalter's lot, and wesierl v by Mulu street 101 8.000 86* Ou A. Brhtwulterand parties unknown.--Cot bounded northerly by tbe lot ot Ri vara it Sangulnetti, easter ly by lot of Briswalter, southerly by Nordholl's lot and westerly by Main St.. 105 8,300 374 50 William Nordholt.—Lot bounded northerly by Urls walter's lot.easterly by Los Angeles street, soutnerly by First street, and wester ly by Main street 127 7,000 458 oo John Willsou. — Lot bounded northerly byFlrst street, southerly by Chllds' lot.easterly byThoinpson's lot.and westerly by Main street .07 5-12 3,000 188 00 O. W. Chllds. — Lot bouuded northerlyby Will son's lot, easterly by Thompson's lot, southerly by Grlmn's lot.and wester ly by Main street 72 3,800 175 5o John 8. Grillln. — Lot bounded northerly by Chllds' lot, easterly by Ixis Angeles street, southerly by Greenbaum's lot, anil westerly by Main street 98 4,900 240 00 Ephralm Greenbaum.— Lot bouuded northerly by Griffin's lot, easterly b.v la»s Angoles street, south erly by llellman's lot, and westerly by Main slreet... 72 3,800 208 50 L M. Hellman. — Lot Isiunded northerly by Qreenbaum'S lot. easterly by I«os Angeles St., soutli erlv by Well's lot.and wost erly b.v Main street 01% 8,108 107 00 Jacob Well.—lx>t bouud ed northerly hy Hellman's lot.easterly hy Los Ange les street, southerly by Glasell's lot, and westerly b.v Main street 81% 3,100 191.00 Andrew Glased. — Lot bounded northerly by Well's lot, easterly by Los Angeles street, southerly bySeotl estate, and wester ly by Main street 111% 5,580 382 50 Mrs. J. R. Soott.— Lot bounded noriherly and easterly by the property of Glassed, southerly by the propei ty of the" Roman Catholic Church, and west erly by Main street 55% 2,700 106 00 BishopAinat.-Lot bound ed northerly by the estate of J. Scot t and Glasell's lot, easterly by Ixis Angeles street, somberly by Conn's lot, and westerly by Main street lip,', 4,W0 402 0* Bern hurl Colin. — lx>t hounded northerly by the property of Bishop Amat, easterly bythesame.south erly by Henne's estate.and westerly by Main street 48 1,008 188 00 Estate of Chris. Henne. —Lot bounded northerly by Cohen's lot, easterly by the lot of Bishop Amat, southerly by Leek's lot, and wosterly by Main 5t.... 03 5-12 8,648 224 to Lorenzo Leek-Lotbound ed northerly by Henne's lot, easterly by the proper ty of Bishop Amat, south ei ly by Newmark's lot.and westerly by Mainstreet n»!., 4,40s 405 00 Harris Newmark. — Lot bounded northerly by Leek's lot, easterly by the property of Bishop Amat (or the R.C. Church) south erly by Morenhaut's lot, and westerly by Maiu tit... 78% 3.000 280 00 Jacob Morenhaut. — Lot bounded northerly by Newmark's lot, easterly by- Los Angeles street, south erly by Thorn's lot, and westerly by Mnin street 80 3,200 880 00 Cameron E. Thorn.—Lot bounded northerly by Mo renhaut's lot, easterly by the estate of C. Menne, southerly b.v Downey's lot, and westerly by Main St ... 00% 2,400 248 00 J. O. Downey. — Lot hounded northerly by Thorn's lot, eusterly by es tate of C. Henne, southerly by the lot of said Downey, and westerly by Main St. .81 8,800 366 00 J. O. Downey. — I/,t bounded northerly by the lot of said Downey, easter ly by Henne estate, south erly by Morgan's Lane.and westerly by Main street 52 7-12 2,000 248 00 tamer n E. Thorn.—Lot bounded northerly b.v Mor- ' (fan's Luue,easterly by Los Augeles street, southerly by Huber's lot And the pro perty of Mrs. Steams, uud westerly by Main street 100% 5,800 784 80 Joseph Huber. —Ix>t bounded northerly and easterly by Thorn's proper ty, southerly by the Mrs. Steams' property, und westerly by Main street 105 3,500 438 00 Mrs. A reudi a B.de St earn s - Tract of land bounded northerly by Huber's lot uud Thorn's lot.easterly by Los Angeles street, south erly by Ogner's Lane, aud westerly by Main street 207 8,000 107 00 l.ots Assessed for cross Streets. l ul i! 1 m IS B 0732 : r* t O ; C 1 1r •~. 1-3. Charles L. Ducommun.— Lot bounded northerly by Bella Union property, east erly by Henry's lot, souther erly by Commercial street, and westerly by Signoret's lot I 800 $ 2 25 Mrs. Phelix Slgnoret.— bounded northerly by the Bella Union property, east erly by Ducommun's lot. southerly by Commercial street, and westerly by Du commun's lot. Assessed for i no-tlon of the crossing of 1 .<|uremia) and Main Sts... ttOO 860 Mrs. Cathron Phillips.— iMt bounded northerly by Hellman's lot, easterly by Liehtenberger's lot uud Hertz's lot, southerly by First street, and westerly by n 10l of Llchtenburger. As sessed fur a portion of the crossing of First street and Main street I.JOO a5O Maria S. Sanchez. — Lot bounded northerly by Pico's lot, easterly by the Plaza, southerly by Ernst's lot, and westerly hy the property of tho Gas Co. Assessed for a portion of the crossing of Turuer street and Mum 5t...53 2,700 24 30 Plo Pico. — Lot bounded not herly by the R.C. Church property, easterly by the Plaza, soutberly by San chez's lot, aud westerly by the property of the Gas Co. Assessed for a portion ofthe crossing of Tin nerstrect und Mainstreet 69% 4,000 SO 00 I hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct assessment list in the matter of Main street, In said city of Los Angeles, and that each and all assessments are made and payable in gold coin ot tho United States. Sec. 5. This resolution shall be certified to by the Clerk of the Common Council, and published once In English In the Los Angeles Daily Herald, nnd ones in Spanish in La CroiUat, and thereupon and thereafter shall take effect and be In force. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. THK LOS ANGELKS CITY AND COUNTY Publishing and Printing Company; prin cipal place ot business being Los Angeles, Los Augeles county. State of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 15th day of Septem ber, 1874, an assessment of 80 per cent, on the capital stock of said company, being sixty dollars per share, was levied on the capital stock of said company; that forty per cent, be pay able immediately to the Treasurer of said company, F. P. F. Temple, at the Banking House of Temple A Workman, Los Angeles City; that of the remaining twenty percent, there shall be paid to said Treasurer at said place Ihe sum of ten per cent, on the 21st day of September, 1874, and ten per cent, on the 25th day of September, 1874. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on tlie 19th day of Ostober, 1874, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, und unless payment lv mude will be sold ou the 7th day of Novem ber. 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, to gether with the costs of advertising uud ex penses of sale. Dated l.o* Angeles, Sept 17,1874. N. B.—Each Stockholder will be credited on said assessments with the amount already paid by him on his stock to tbe Treasurer.