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CITY ANO COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TUESDAY NOV. 24, 1874.
Pacific Coast Items.
Apples are now selling at one cent a
pound in Nevada City.
There are now nine hundred men em
ployed iv the Mare Island Navy
Yard.
It is contemplated to soon organize
an Agricultural Society In l<resno
county.
On Mornday a daring attempt was
made to burn tho Union Hotel in Ne
vada City.
The Valleio Independent wants to
see the eucalyptus tree planted exlen
tensively in that city.
The Potosi Tunnel Mining aiut
Smelting Company, to operate in
Cerro (Jordo, was duly incorporated
last week.
Gov. Booth Tuesday commissioned
Alonzo Rhodes as Notary Public for
Han Joaquin county.
The State Controller Tuesday issued
a warrant in favor of D. 0. Mills &
Co., to the amount of $18,800 20, for
tho redemption of civil bonds of 1857.
Tho Governor has offered a reward
of $f)00 for the arrest of Wm. Henry
Lee, who murdered his wife in
Souoma county on the 19th of October
last.
Geese and ducks are said to be
abundant in Sierra valley, and hunt
ers are having things their own way.
Trout are also plentiful in the various
streams.
The Stockton Independent of
Wednesday, says that the transactions
in tbe wheat market during the past
ten days have scarcely amounted to
anything.
The male and femole Catholic
schools of Santa Clara have an aggre
gate attendance of three hundred and
dfty-five students, including both day
and boarding scholars.
The English company who have
purchased the soda mine, near Buffalo
Salt Works, in Lassen county, will
erect very extensive works there next
Spring.
LETTER LIST.
1 .r-t ot letters remaining In the Los Angeles
Postofnee Monday, November 'it, 1X74. To ob
tain these letters say "Advertised." All let
ters not called for in 30 days will lie returned
to the Dead Letter Olllce:
LADIES' LIST.'
Adams, Mrs Ella (2) Lucero, Juana Maria
Arrisou, Miss Mary Mc.Aiiany, Airs A
Baker, Mrs Ella McMullen, Mrs
Caldwell, Nettie Morgan, Mrs AC
Cam pa, Theresa Nolan, Miss Mary
Connor, Mrs Kate Porter, Mrs Elizabeth
Corwln, Mrs Sadie Roinuro, Mrs Kosa
He Soto, Francitu Richardson, Mrs Eliza
Graham, Mrs Rodriquez, Cccilu
Keller, Mary Jane Somes, Miss Julia M
Howe, Mrs Ella Stratum, Mrs Lavlna
Jared, Mrs M J Wilsou, Motile
Jarud, Mrs Margaret(2) Wilson, Miss AgncsTJ
Kimball, Mrs Sarah 9 Young, Mrs Blender
Larity, Miss Julia
OKMTI.KMKKS' LIST.
Adams, Prof Jackson, J C
Auderes, Wm Knotts, 0 W
Abila, Maria Kourad, Hermann
Alula, 11 Knighton, John (1
Adams, Wm Koch, Henry
Allison, Irvine Lester, E A
Arroyo, Ramon Lish, Geo W
Arnold, E N I.ocke, Jos A
Anderson, John C Luigi, Luocbettl
Ballard. EJ Marsh, Clark
Birkcnstock,Otto McStay, Edwin
Brady, Hugh Mvers, A V
!1n..,1r. J W .«.»)••/•, It
Hurnell, John Morgan, Jessio A
Caldwell, A P Nance, G W W (2)
Cage, Edward Ousloy, Dr
Caulder; Win O'Rrlen, Mr
Cuca, Francisco Oakes, Sam I James
Carroll, Thomas Parkins, t) S
Carpenter, Ling Pezzoni, U P
Carson, John Plassang, Charles
Carpenter, Isaac Rice, H B
Cullen, Arthur Romero, Jose Maria
Havidsou, L Rouipaeu, Gottfried
luirgon, Pierce Holier, Mr
l " toam. It N (2) Sala'xan, Jose Dolores
Deviuc, Roberl Hcarff, Jolm l» (2)
Oegear, Geo W Schmidt, Fred rich
inliaid, C Schmidt, Jobu
Dupuy, Ramon Smith, G B
EscUrich, Mr Sparks, Thomas
Ford, L M Stapes, Harry
Forbes, John Stanford, James O
Furness, James Standlfcr, W It
Gedge, John Thurmun, Hans
Gardner, Alexander Turner, Smith
Gall'ney, James Van Dyke, Mr
Garber, Wlllard Varclias, Antonio
Gilllnghain, Jobu Vllea, James Jr (2)
Gusraan, Mateo Walker, David
Hare, Alexander Wheeler, P
Harrison, Wm H Wilson, Virgil R
Hardy, Gurnctt Williamson, NG
Hernandez, Jesus AVoodwell, David E
Hiuckle, Chas A Yates, Henry
H. K. W. RENT, P. M.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
CLARENDON,
iliss 0 E Usher, S F F M Slaughter, S Brnd
WH Taylor, do X A Hhecmakcr, Pa
It E Blliott, do C M Lerick, do
.1 I. sharp, do W Al Brownreed, lowa
J Cut lander, do J Ross Brown, Oak Iml
A B Moppiu, do J W Kotllnger A son, S
E Pugh, do Jose
G X Porter, do JH Hunter, H Frndo
M W Cralgve, .4 Diego
LAFAYETTE.
s R Demoriest, S F W (,' McDowell, Ark
TWShaw, do F W Jackson, N A'
J Eldrldge, do P Phlster, Eureka
I. Miller, do W Orton, do
H GooCker, do J Rixou, do
W Butterfleld, do W llalllster, N V
E Enl«, do W La Poire A fmy, S F
Ell.Scars. do J II Jones, HF
C Steams, do N Bishop, Mo
D Reunion, do E E Edward A fmy, Sn
J Butler, do Jose
T Morn, do C Mahoney, S F
L Blair, do ii M Beers, do
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FOR CHEAP GOODS!
184 Main llfMl.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
Uencral Kiugw.
Jyl9tf
SEALED PROPOSALS.
t'l.un'.i Okkice, Board ok .Sui'ebvmors, ")
IM Anohlbm County, >
State of Cul i forn la. J
In accordance with the order of said Board,
notice hi hereby given that scaled proposals
will he received ut thin olllce until Monday,
December Unit, 1871, at 19:iW A. a., tho time
tlxed for opening the Name, for building one
bridge over the Sau Jose Creek ou the Ana
heim and Spadraroad; also for repairing tho
bridge over New Hiver on tbe Do« Angeles
ami Anaheim road.
Plana aud specittcatlons on Hie in Clerk's
office.
Proposals to bo directed to said Board, en
dorsed, " Proposals for Building aud Repair
ing Bridges."
Tho Board reserve the ri«ht to reject any or
all bids, us the public good may require.
A. W. Purrs, Clerk.
Novomber 21, 1*74. nVIi td
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
U»r.» KKfOKT.
CAM FkamoMOO, November li.
uoid.ms-
Oreenbacks-Buying. 90; selling, 90%
Mmm l'mui'l*ro Markets—St, Telegraph.
Has Fiiancowo, Novemlierit.
T.'ioi 1-"..
Wil X AT— il fSMI SB 1
BARLEY- SI ITSwI 40.
M \TH~»I W*p.l <"'-' ••
lIYK-jl 13&.
II AY -it) oe,..*u 00.
WOOI. -l.V*2oc.
ONlONS—7sc<<j#l 10.
C IktN—ll 44 1
BEANS 26*oc.
Hops -:«i ■SiV.c.
COTTON—♦I4V .
pota toes—-l av.i-i so.
SWEET I OTATOES 31 25.
BUTTER —lor<ssoc
CHKESiE- I.\<sl7c.
mills (!0a82'..,c. per doz.
PKAOUES |I |] 75» box.
AI'I'LEN—SI ( .»Si 75 V box.
FIGS -»<8»50&
HO.NEY-20 v .i'-'7c. V Rs
BACON—I4X(f 17c.
Wholesale Market.
PROVISIONS,
Fi.di'R— lOulons 2 oo
Extr 11l- 3 5 i;."VNiiils.'H keg... 6 •£>
Supcrllne r» 00(38 SO Ku»'it—
Bacon, m m 17SJ.H) Can'dfldoi 4 50
Hums l>.«18 Ass'd Jellies..* 6005 00
Lard WgO\i Dai id—
Suuai: Applesoft* !»
Crushed 11',, Peaches g
Island No. 1 10 Grapes 8
Coflfee 20 Potatoes, Votll [email protected]] OB
Coru.'ttccui.d zoo salt-
Barley 1 00 Common .... 1 50
Wheat 1 '-'i Liverpool.... '2(H)
Hutter.V It, 50 Candles, V 1b... IBtftßs
Cheese i.i\. Can.lies ISAIf
Swiss Cheese. ;>"'.] Brooms, "Hdos Aait 75
Codllsh » Liquors, Ve4e n^lO
Salmon &y&tP OtGAKl*—
Mackerel It Dom'cfOOOO '£~ M)
Tea _ ;>"(.»,,"> Imported do 120^200
"Green 100 Powuku—
starch 12 1 .. Mlnijig.ykg tso
Tobacco 50i»l 00 " Canned 7coil
Beans, 9> owU ISO Fuse,nuoon.... S2 oo
MISCELLANEOUS.
~WM. F R I E LF
jP a i* a CI OIV
VAPOR STOVE BURNER!
Most Wonderful Invention of
the Age!
Having been appointed Agents for the sale
ofthis Wonderful stove, we sue now prepared
to introduce tiie same lo the public. They
will he found extremely useful for the follow*
injj purposes:
Saloons,
Restaurants,
Boarding Houses,
Tailors,
Laundries,
Camping Excursions, &c.
Heating Offices and Rooms
One stove Burner wilt heat a room fifteen
feet square, and make no smell. Requires no
stovepipe nor chimney. Making no smoke
nor ashes. Is readily lighted, Tcgulated and
extinguished.
All orders must be accom
panied with Cash.
FOR SATjE ONLY AT
SWIGART & HUBER'S
No. I IO Main street.
novliUf
CUCAMONCA HOMESTEAD —NO-
TfCC TO STOCKHOLDERS.
■VYOTKJK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the first Tuesday of January next, in
front ofthe l'ostoflicc at. Cucamonga, there
wilt be a public sale of the lota and lands of
said Cucamonga Homestead Company, for
premiums, according to the By-Laws Of said
company,and that said sale will continue
from day to day, If necessary; said sale to
commence at 10 o'clock A. m.
ity order of the Hoard of Directors.
Los Angeles, Oct. 20, 1874.
I. M. HELLMAN,
oct22-lm Secretary.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Los ANuKr.KS, Cai.., )
November 13, 1871. J
Tho Spring and Sixth Street Railroad Com
pany; principal place of business Los Angeles
City, California.—Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the Directors held on thol.'tth
day of November, 1871, an assessment of five
dollars and 11 fly cents ($550) per share was
levied upon the capital st ock of tpo corpora
tion, payable on or before the 15th day of De
cember. 1874, to the Treasurer, F. P, F. Tem
ple, at the banking house of Temple A Work
man, Los Angeles city.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the said 15th day of Decem
ber, 1871, will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on tho 2d day of
January, [875, at the office of tho Company,
Room 15 Temple lilock, to pay thcdeliniiucnt
assessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
ISAAC W. L< IRD, Secretary.
Offico: Los Angeles Cily, California,
novl 1 4w
UNION STABLES,
ma-in street,
(Near tho Tico House.)
ASKiW & HEWITT,
PROPRIETORS.
branches, is ready to^^^^^^^^^^
accommodate the public in the -best manner.
The capacity of this stable is greater than that
of any other in Southern California.
Horses and Buggies and Carriages, with
care Ail drivers, to let by tho day or week.
Horses boarded and groomed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Respectful ly sol Icit a share of public patron
age, pledging in return attention to busiues
aud a determination to salisly their custom
ers. • oct2ltf
Los Nietos Mills,
P.C.Wilson, Proprietor.
FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL
ALWAYS ON HAND IN SUFFICIENT
quantity to syppiy tbe market.
Ground Feed a Specialty.
All orders from customers promptly filled.
This mill has recently been refitted, und has
Kuthclcut capacity to grind
8,000 POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY.
oct22-2m •'
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE!
GREAT JJ> U C'TI U TV
— IN —
O O L!!
From $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
COAL YARD,
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
I-OH ANGKI.ES, CAL. Sep3
WOOLEN MILL STORE.
The proprietors of the Woolen Mill Store
otter a heavy stock of
Home Manufacture,
together with flno English and Frencli wool
ens, at
VERY LOW PRICKS,
In our Merchant Tailoring department, wo
have a first class cutter, and will make suits
to order at from 425 to $70. A good fit guaran
teed. Farmers and others who desire it can
have suits cut and trimmed to be made at
home.
PFEIFFENBERGER 4 SCHAUER.
oct27-lm
PRINTING.
THE HERALD
J O 1*
PRINTING OFFICE
SPRING STREET,
OPPOSITE THE CO I HIT HOUSE,
LOS ANGELES.
fTMIIC attention of the business com-
JL munlty of Los Angeles city and couuty
Is Invited to the facilities ot this ofllce for exo
oiling every description of
BOOK m JOB PRINTING
Fully alive to the inferior manner iv which
'a great part of His 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 I'nrlllc
Const), capable or printing a
LA Hit E SHEET POSTER,
either plain or In colors. Is already running,
aud driven by
STEAM POWER,
which Is also attached to their new and
ELEGANT
• lol> X"*f«>»sa»OH.
The facllilles for turning out work wlll.thus
beeipiHl lo most and superior to many olliee
in sail Francisco.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
OK
r> es w r r Tsr i» is
AND MATERIAL,
of the most modern designs and np|>r<>ved
Eastern manufacture, his been selected. And
it is intended so to equip und furnish this de
partment with
THE BEST PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
AND THE
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,
AS TO MAKKTUB
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
They have engaged as foreman of this do
paruncnt, ono of the Most experienced Book
and Job Crullers In the country ; and the
presses will be superintended by a .skilled
Pressman from oue of the largest unices in
New England.
PAMPHLETS
Will ho 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 in the best manner.
BUSINESS CARDS.
CIRCULARS,
STATEMENTS, BILL HEADS
LETTER HEADS,
BALL CARDS
WEDDINC CARDS,
VISITING CARDS.
INVITATIONS, ETC.
Of this class of work we shall make a spo
clalty, and intend that noUilng of the kind
shall aqlial us in this section.
BANK CHECKS,
DRAFTS, NOTES,
DEPOSIT CHECKS*
BOOK HEADINGS,
STOCK CERTIFICATES
ETC.
Printed in a superior manner, on plain writ
log paper, or on Bond aud Bank Note Paper
in black or colors.
SHOW CARDS
IN GOLD AND COLO 148.
We shall nay particular attention to
BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS,
ABSTRACTS, ETC.,
Which will be printed in the Old Style Type
now so universally in favor, ami which we
have procured specially for this class of work.
We shall also be provided for the printing ol
LEGAL BLANKS,
OFFICIAL FORMS
AMO DOCUMENT 3.
CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES,
BILLS OF FARE,
TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS,
AMD KVKKY VAKIKTY OF
GENERALJOB PRINTING
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
Job Printing House,
LOS ANGELES.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Steams Ranchos.
ai.»ui:d kobivsox, ThmMd
MV! liv I.i I Street, Sail l ruri' i«Mi. 4 »|.
i\t\ AfWI ACMM OF LAND
for sale, In !otH lo suit,
suitable for the culture of Oranges, lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, reaches. Ap
ples, Fears, Alfalfa, Corn. Rye, Hurley, Flax,
UaMIC. Cotton, fie., Hi,l also many lliousaml
scree of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
for Dairying.
Oooti water U abnndanl at an average depth
of six feet from tin surface Ou almost every
mom ml this lav.l FLOWING ARTESIAN
wki.i.s run be obtained, and the more ele
vate J portions can be lircgaled by tbe water
of I lie Mania Ana river, stoat of those lands
are naturally insist, requiring only good cul
i ivni ion to produce crops.
TERMS—-One-fourth Cash; balance in one.
two ami three years, with 1(1 per cent Interest.
I will take pleasure in showing these lamia
to parties seeking land,who are invite,! to
come ami see Hi Is extensive tract before pur
chasing elsewhoru.
WM. K. OLDEN, Agent,
Anaheim, Los AtlgOlee county. May 21, IS7I
mint — 7
FURNITURE, FUffNITUHE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Dotter & Lord),
Have now the Largest Stock over
brought here.
Have just ioui4red a large lot directly irotn
the Fast, ami cordially Invite the
pub.lc to examine their goods
and price same.
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Matting,
HHe. Kile. Ktc.
Sidney 1 iaoey,
(Witli Dotter & Bradley),
Is still selling everything In above
linos at Reduced Prices, and
guarantees Work and Goods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Are still Agents lor the
OBOVBR Ac Ii.VKKH
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SOW
ING MACHINE,
And would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
lVe>v txn«l Disiiiici and
Import mi t
Iniproveinents have been atlded to
this Maeliine recently, making
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyl Sign of the Tti it lied Chair. tflO
a. J. WOLF, TIIOS, oaths.
WOLF & GATES'
s .a. Xj o o nsr,
MAIN STREET, opposile Commercial.
None but tiio
Purest and Best Wines & Liquors
Kept at tills house, llotli
Imported and Domestic Brands
are selected with caro. A superb lunch is
served every day, and all the principal news
papers may be found in the reading rooms.
sepistf
TOISMOPOLITAN SALOOrT
CROSS & GREBE,
Viitler Teiujile Miiildiiir**
Entrance on Main street, Eos Angeles.
LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
A SPECIALTY. ALSO,
Eastern and California Oysters
And other edibles In season, and the
Very Best Liquors & Cigars.
A Firxt-cluss Lunch at All Hours. nirlS-11-l^
L/T cronica,
J3UBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday ami Saturday
mornings. Olliee in Temple's New lllock,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It has a large circulation lv the .State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern Wales, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and (lolnrado Territories, Central
and South America, ami Upaln.
Cronica"
commends itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous population
ol dlftbrent nationalities, on tbe Pacific Coast.
Advertlaiiiic Rates Very lteitHouablc.
UuseuiiTlONS—Oue Year, $6; Six Month.
»»«iu Thrvie Months, ti. «ni'Ji.r
SOMETHING NEW
IK
LOS ANGELES.
T TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY
friends and the public generally, that
I have engaged one of the very best
"W A. r jV CIIMAK E It S
Direct from Switzerland, wlio will give
thorough satisfaction. Persons having
watches or chaiks to repair will please give
me a trial and Judge for themselves.
Also, constantly on hand, 25,000 assorted
articles, tot sale cheap, al
V. miCOJIMIIN'S,
CORNER MAIN ANO COMMERCIAL STS.
No. f><», rayAaa—S
dUpuy & short,
general auctioneers
148 MAIN STREET,
Next door to the Pioneer Stable.
SALE AT AUCTION
On Satin*«la,y«.
DUPUY A SHORT
NOTICE.
rrillE DELINQUENT LISTS of the various
JL counties of the State for the 21th and 25th
Fiscal years, (1372-3—187,1-1) ure now in my
hands for collection. Many persons are <le
llngucnt for small sums upon personal pro
perty, und arc urged to examine the rolls In
the liamls oflhe Tax Collectoroftheli respec
tive counties and to make immediate pay
ment. The law is Imperative, tliut tho pay
nieiii of the state tax for these years must be
enforced, and unless voluntary payments are
made at once, heavy costs Will he Incurred by
the delinquents, J. J. GREEN,
supl-3m Controller of State.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SUMMONS.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT uK Til E SEV-
J enteeiilh .liidicial District of the Slate of
California, iv and lor Ihe coiinlvol LOS An*
geles.- T. J, (Irliler, plaint lir. against S. 11. ori
der, defendant. Action brought in the District
Courl of the Seventeenth Judicial District of
I lie (stale of Calilornia, In and for the county
of I.os Angeles, and Ihe complaint tiled iv
sa id county <if Los A ngclos, 111 I lie ofllce of Ihe
Clerk of said District Court.
The People of the stale of California send
greeting to N. K. Grider, ilufcmlaiil: Y«.u aru
hereby required lo appear in ail action brought
•gainst you by the above-named plaintiff In
the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial
District ot the stale of <'alifornia. In aud for
the county of I.os Augelcs, and lo answer the
Complaint filed therein, wllhin ten days (ex
clusive of the day of service i after the service
on you of this summons-—if served within this
COUntyj or, If served out of this county, but
iv Ibis District,within twenty days] otherwise,
Wllhin forty days, or judgment by default will
be taken against you according lo the prayer
<>i said complaint.
'the said action is brought loobtaln a decree
of this Oottrt dissolving the bonds of matri
mony bet r/ecu yourw I?and tho piaiulbT here
in and lor general relief. Itoicrencc Is had to
complaint lor particulars.
Ami you are hereby notified that if jrou tail
In appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
roar default to. be entered ami will apply to
tlio Com-: for Iho relief demauded in i he com
plaint.
«—*—s Given under my hand and the seal
)of the District Court of the Sevcn
ileenth Judicial Dlytiict of Ihe State
>— ,—' of California, in and for Ihe county
of Los Angeles, this 2Bth day of September, in
the year ol our Lord one thousand olghl hun
dred and seventy-four.
A. W. POTTS, < leik,
ily c. w. Gould, ueputv clerk.
J. R. Uoi.i.awav, Att'y lor Pill. nvlT lm*
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE REV
enteuuth Judicial District of the State of
('alifornia, in and for the County of Los A Ugo
los. M. Thomas, plalutltT, vs. SevertanoHe
redla, defendant, Action brought lv the Dls-
Ilid Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict Of the State Of California, in and for the
county of Los Angeles, and Ihe eoinplalnl
tiled in said county of Los Angeles, in the
olliee of the Clerk of said District Court.
The People of the Slate of California send
greet tug to Sovorlano llorid la,dcfendaul: Jfou
are hereby required to uppear lv an action
brought against, you by the above-named
plaintiff, In the District i onrt of the Seven
teenth Judicial District of the State of Califor
nia, iv ami for ihe county of Los Angeles,
anc to answer the complaint filed dloreln,
Wlthlll tea days (exclusive of Ihe day of ser
vice) after the service on you of this summons
If served within this county; or, if served out
of Ibis county, but in this district, within
twenty days; otherwise within forty days,or
Judgement by default will bo taken against
you, according to the prayer of said com
plaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a Judg
ment of this Court that a certain deed, exe
cuted by defendant herein to one it. M. Town,
AugUStd 1873, be Corrected and amended by
Changing the description therein from "a
piece of land in S. E. corner of Sec. S, T. 3 S.,
It. 11l W. S. H. M., being all that portion of the
east half of said section lying cast of Snn Pe
dro street," to " a piece of land in the S. W.
quarterof Sec h, t. 2 h., it. 18 \V., s. U, m., be
ing all that portion of tho west half of said
quarter-section lying cast of tire Han I'edro
road or street," the latter being the correct
description Of the land intended to be con
veyed. Said premises having been duly
transferred to the plaint lII, he prays that the
above correction maybe made, ami that he
have his costs and general relief. IteferonoS
is had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified thai if you fail
to appear aud answer tho said complaint, as
above required, the said plulntlfl will cause
yOur default lo bo entered, and will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
Given under my hand and the sent, of the
District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial
District of Ihe Stale of California, in and tr
ibe county of Los Angeles, this 15lh day (~
September, in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and sevenly-four.
|Seal.] A. W. DOrrs,
Clerk.
B.V 0. W. Goei.n, Deputy Clerk.
seplB:dlaw:t ndvlfl
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THEBEV
enteenth Judicial District of tho State of
ca.l>i,>,',,{,., i,. ukusij r>>>-t i,o ,»,«,' ~r j..,.. a.m-j*i
lea Luisa J. Corbett,plivliitifT. against ISdward
N. Corbett, defendant. Action brought In
the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial
District ol the stale of California,,in and for
Ihe COUaty of Los Angeles, and the complaint
tiled In said county of Los Angeles, in the
olliee of the Clerk of said District Court.
The people of the State of California send
greeting to Edward N. Corbett,defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the abov6*na'rfied
plaintiff in the District Court of ihe Seven
teenth Judicial District Of the State of Califor
nia, In aud for tbe county of Los Angeles, and
to answer the complaint tiled therein, wil bin
ten days (exclusive of the day of service) allcr
the service on you of this summons—if served
Within this county; or, if served out of this
county, but In this District, within twenty
days; otherwise, within forty days—or judg
ment by default will be taken against }nil
according to the prayer of said complaint,
The said action is brought to Obtain a decree
Of this Court that the bonds of matrimony
between plaintifl"and defendant be dissolved ;
that the custody of the two minor children of
plaintiff and defendant he awarded to plain
tiff and that she have general relief. Refer
ence is had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified Hint if you tail
to appear and answer the said complaint, ns
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered and will apply lo
tbe Court for the relief demanded iv the
complaint,
p —I —Given under my hand and the Seal
f lof the District Court of the Sevcii
l ska i. Itccnth Judicial District of ihe state
I of California, In and for Ihe county
—, —** of Los Angeles, Ibis lfil h day of Oelo
bor,tn the year,ofour Lord one thousand eight
hundred und suventy -four.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By 0. W. Govr.o, Deputy Clerk.
Howard A Sons, Fill 's Att'y.
oct-l(i-2in-w
NOTICE.
THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
Publishing and Printing Company; prin
cipal place of business being Los Angeles, i.os
Angeles county, State of California.
Notice is hereby given I hat at a meeting ot
tho Directors held on thci lath day Of (Septem
ber, IS7I, an assessment of 00 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 percent, be
payuble Immediately to the Treasurer of said
Company, F. P. F. Temple, uf tho Hanking
House of Temple A Workman, Los Angeles
City; that of the remaining twenty percent,
thoro shall be paid to said Treasurer at said
place the sum of ten per cent, ou the "Ist day
of September, 1574, and Inn per cunt, on Hie
25th day of September, IK7I.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the lDlh day of October,
1871, will be delinquent and ail vert Ised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment is
made will he sold on ihe 7th day of Nov?Mil
bur, 1871, to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether With the costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale.
Dated Los Angeles, Sept. 17, 1871.
N. 11.—Each Stockholder will bo credited on
said assessments with the amount already
paid by him on his stock to the Treasurer.
Assessment Notice.
NURSERY AND FRUIT
j Company of Los Angeles COUUty.—Loca-
Uon of principal place of business, Los Ange
les. Calilornia.
Notice is hereby given that at ameeltnfof
the Directors held in Hilh city OU the 33d day
of October. 1871, an assessment (No. 1) of ONE
DOLLAR PER SHARE was levied upon the
capital slock of said company, payable
on the Ist day of November, 1H74, in United
Status gold coin, to the Secretary at the olllce
of the company, No. ti Temple niock, i^is
AngelOS, California. Any slock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on Ihe
Ist day of December, 1874, will bo declared
delinquent and advertised for sale at public
auction, ami unless payment is made before,
will be sold on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,
1874, lo pay delinquent assessment, together
witli cost of advertising ami expenses of sale.
Ily order of the Hoard.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary.
Dated October 21, 1871. 0c25 td
NOTICE.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ESTABLISH
the Grade of certain streets.—ln pursu
ance of an order of the Common Council of
Los Angeles City, made Oct. Ist, 1871, notice is
hereby given or the iiitoiition of said Council
to establish the grade of upper Main street,
from Short street to junction of Main and Ala
meda'streets. M. EREMER,
Clerk of the Common Council of
Nov. 11,1871. Ijos Angeles City, Cal.
13-lOt
Special Notice.
CARS WILL LEAVE depot, until further
notice, at 3:15 p. m , to connect wiih steam
ers Orlxabu and Ventura, lor Wan Francisco.
Other days, usual tune.
E. E. HEWITT,
octDtf Superintendent.
A RESOLUTION
Occlitrliig in.' ASMoaameiit Li«t lv the
Matter of (.milling; nnd Improving
Mitring Nlrrrl. uml {•roviillmr for
Its ( ollection.
UK IT RESOLVED, lIV TIIK COMMON
council or Urn Cit* of lam Angeles,
us 10l lows:
RUCTION 1. Thakthc assessment* horolnal-
Icr Mt forth are hereby declared to lie the as
sessments properly chaigoaelc to and ool«
Icctiihlc from the several owners of tlie prop
erty respectively hereinafter described, and f«ir
Which A licit On said pioperly lit claimed for
SUd on account of the grading and improving
Hpi ing street, in said city.
skc I That .each or the assessments hore
inaltcrconlained and set lorth iui the assess
ment levied npou and charged against the
respective lota or parts thereof for and on ac
counl of ilmsald grading and ImprovlngSprlng
street, Is hereby declared t<> he true and cor
nel, ami timt the valuations respectively put
upon such lots or parts thereof am the just
and correct cash values of such litis or purls
thereof, irrespective of Improvements 1 hereon,
liable to be assessed therefor.
Mice. .'I. The Cleric Of the Common Council
is hereby directed to enter a statement or this
assessment in the docket of city liens, accord
ing to law, and give notice of the levy of such
assessments hv publication uf i ne tame for ten
i 10l days iv Kngli-h ill the Angeles D.vn.Y
H ki: \ i,n and lor Ike some |M>riod or lime In
Spanish In Oi OrotUoa, newspapers published
in saiil city.
HKO. 1. The following Is tho assessment
hereinbefore referred to. That Is tosny:
tSsnsUMM Moll of (Spring Mtroet, Ih
the Mutter of '.militia und Making
Improvements oh salil htreel.
-•si 3 ■* j ?5 >
9 - i 3 s-5 : ti 1
Ooseiiptlon of property ? i,- »>ia.S' 5 5
? 3: 5s n~ •}§ 5
from Temple street to I lȣa *. 2
" i'H a,* a
Kollrlh street and i * o ? t '?» J » f
nnine Of property- *{ a I i
o | '< ! |f s **< !
owners. & i -T ! 5* 5 » t » i
S 3 t f|* j6. j
! i J ?-3*£ |- r i
. U_ i al: 8erl: ,b|;.
R.u.i Side.
K. ft P. Tom pie.- lA>t
bound Ipg northerly on
Temple street, naslerly
on Main streel, south
erly on < !ourl street and
westerly <>» spring" si. 240 m.ooo jes tm «*«
I.os Augelcs County.-
Lol hounding northerly
ou Courtal reet, easterly
on Main si reel, souther
ly on Mai hot street,and
westerly on Spring Mt... 6,600 SS 205 293
Estate of Mathew
Lanfranco, J.Laufmlicii
Administrator, — 1.0 t
hounding northerly on
Market Street, easterly
on lotoisuid Lanfranco,
Hunter's lot, Signorel's
lot und McDonald's lot,
southerly on Stroma's
lot and' westerly ou
Spring streel HI 12,890 27 475 «W
Jacob Ml relit/.. - Lbt
bounding northerly on
I Anfranco's loi, easter
ly on McDona d's lot,
southerly on Trudell's
lot an (i westerly on
Spring street 38 2,850 0 150 156
Mrs. J. If. Trudoll.—
Hot hounded northerly
on Hlrelii v.'s lot, easterly
QuHeilmartVs lot and lot
of Downey A Hellman,
southerly on Hellman's
lot and westerly on
Spring si reel 101 7,57 a 19 410 450
Samuel Hellman.—
bounding northerly on
Trudell's lot,easterly on
lot of Downey A 111 ll
ma v , southerly ou
smith's lot and wester
ly ob Spring street 32 2,400 8 163 188
EinmuE. Smith.—Hot
bounding northerly on
Hel!m«l?S lot, easterly
on Liclitenberger's lot
and westerly on Spring
street 51 3.825 14 254 2*9
LosAngclesLodge No.
SB of 1.0.0.F.—1 xit bouu
il iv g northerly ou
Simoi s tot, easterly on
UchtonbergeVs lot,
southerly on Heme's lot
und Westerly on Spring
gtreel fin 4,200 14 275 28! l
G. Heme— Lot bound
ing northerly on Odd
Fellow's lot, easterly on
Llchtenberger's Lot,
southerly on Fir.it street
and westerly on spring
si reel 00 4,500 16 IM 30 r i
P.Wilson.-Lol bound
ing northerly <>n First
street, eoslerly on lot
N0.4, block 1, sou herly
on Hick's lot anil west*
erlv ou Spring street 120 0,000 27 213 210
J. D. Hicks. — Lol
bounding norlhcrly on
Wilson's lol.easterly ou
lot No. 3, block I,south
erly ou Temple's lot and
westerly on Spring St... 90 5,400 16 111 hie
F. V. F. Temple.—Lot
hounding northerly on
Hick's lot, easterly ou
lots No. 3 and 2, block I,
southerly onCui n p bell's
lot ami westerly on
Spring streel 107 8,120 24 103 187
A. M. Cumphell,Tius
teos M. E.Church South.
— Lot bounding north
erly on Temple's lot,
easterly ou lot No. 2,
block I, BoutlieWy on
Solomon's lot ami west
erly on Spring sfroot 45 2,700 11 82 93
D. Solomon.—-Lot
bounding northerly on
Temple's lot, easterly
ou i. it No. 1, lilock 1,
southerly on Burdiek's
lot and westerly on
Spring street 6(1 3,600 If, ill 13d
T. ft. Burdlck.— Lot
hounding northerly on
Solomon's lot, easterly
on lot No. 1, block 1,
southerly on Second St.
und westerly on Spring
street 00 8,000 U 140 158
H. Huinmoli. — Lot
bounding notihci'ly ou
Socoud street, easterly
on lot No. 5, block 3,
southerly on Uenner's
lot and westerly on
Spring street bM) 7,200 25 287 111
John Banner. — Lot
bounding northerly on
llammel's lot, easterly
ou lot No. 4, block 3,
southerly on Flix's lot
and westerly ou Spring
street 120 6,000 22 238 2«0
Mario do Los Angeles
Feb/.. — Lot bounding
northerly on Uenner's
lot, easterly on lot No.
3. block 3, southerly on
Foy's lot and westerly
on Spring street 120 6,000 19 214 233
S. U. Foy— bound
ing northerly onFellz's
lot, easterly on lot No.
-audi, block 3, north
erly on l ci, i „ lot und
westerly ou Uprlng
street 142 7100 19 185 201
Mrs. J. Fercz — Lot
bounding northerly by
Foy's lot, easterly on
Hellman's lot, souther
ly on Foster's lot, und
westerly on Spring
streel 26 1,330 1 sr, 30
D. Foster—Lot bound
ing northoily on Perez's
lot, easterly on Hell
man's lot, southerly 011
Third street aud west
erly on Spring street 73 ,1,650 10 114 124
1". Nissen—lail bound
ing northerly ou Third
st reel, easterly on Hen-
UC estate's lot, souther
ly on Hen no's estate's
lot and westerly on
Spring street 59 9,000 I so 98
Heuhe estate; J. O.
Howney ami JucobPhil
llps, Adminlctrators —
Lot boundinguortherly
011 N lesson's lot, uasl
ci ly on lot No. 5, block
0, Southerly on Leh
man's lot aud woslerly
011 Spring street 30 I,Jon 4 42 46
(ioorgo Lehman — Lot
bounding northerly on
lienne estate's lot,eat -
erly on lots No. 5 und 4,
block 6, southerly on
Hunter's lot and wosl
esly 011 Sprlngstreet 71 2,810 8 H6 104
J. D. Hunter — Lot
bounding northuily on
Lehman's lot, easterly
on lot No. 4, block ii,
southm ly on liownny's
lot and westerly on
Sluing street 70 2,800 892 100
J. G. Downey — Lot
bounding northerly on
Hunter's lot,easteriy on
lot No..'{, block «,south
erly 011 March's lot,
and westerly on Spring
Streel - 84 8,300 9 118 127
F. Morch—Lot bound
ing northerly oo Dow-
ns j»s lot, easterly uu
lot N.. •.', block C, s. litli
cily oil Downey's lot
>• in! ue.ifol, on Spiing
slieet SO 8.000 4 81 N't
I. U. Dowmy — Ijil
iM,iimiiuse northerly on
Morch's lot, easterly on
lot 2, block a, southerly
on Hail's lot ami west
erly on Spring street :m |,'/n0 8 f«> &i
J. Hall—South 86 leol
of lot No. 7, block 6
Ord's survey X« 3,110 0 HI 117
A. O. I'orler— No.
«, block II .. |fj 4,800 9 181 I'D
wiarr si ok,
Janms Allen —
bounding neetlierly on
Teiuple sir, c', easlcijy
on NprliiK ilreel and
westerly ou >rw High
Street hi 9-120,175 4 271 278
Pierre lIVSSNIia - - Lot
boUndiUg ucii herly on
Allen's lot, easterly ou
spring Street, soulhcrl /
on Ham I lion's lot ami
westerly OH Spring
street li'.'S 12<i,!150 4 312 31(1
Henry Hamilton—Lot
bounding northerly on
Dossaux's lot, easterly
ou Spring, southerly on
Temple's lot ami west
erly ou New Hifch
street 748-117 ISO 6 901 .lOO
F. I*. F. Temple Lot
bounding northerly on
ilnmiltnirs 101, easter
ly ou Spring street,
soul berly ou I'lco's 10l
and westerly ou New
High street mxl.ffiO 25 W0 925
I'.FiCO— Lot hounding
northerly on Temple's
'lot,easterly <m spring
street, southerly on the
Jail pioperly ami wosl
erly on New High
street fB6-l2 5.150 9 101 ,110
City aud County of
Los Angeles -- |s>t
bounding northerly on
Pico's loi. easterly on
Spring street, southerly
on Franklin street aud
Westerly ou Now lll K h
street 121 <|,mo 17 538 05.-,
D.Schcik Lot bound
ing noi l Inn ly on Frank
lin Street, caNiorly on
Spring stieel. soul 111-1 Iy
mi Schumacher's lot
nu<l Westerly on Spring
Streol 7211 I 2 5,1 W 27 447 474
John Schumacher
i.ot bound tog northerly
on HeboiekV lot, ussier*
ly ou Hprfng Street,
southerly nn Carpen
ter's lot and westerly
on Fort street i4H 8-12 10,950 75 740 815
Frank Carpenter Lot
bounded northerly on
Sehumakei's lot,'east
erly on Spring street
and westerly on Fort
street Jl 2,Hi"i 19 165 171
Jose VuldeS, Vlc.nle
Valdez, Juan Valdi-s,
Brelada Valdex, Guad
alupe de Roehe, I'eilpn
lie Lopez, Marie de Los
Allgeles V aides Lot
No. I, block 2, Ord's
survey lit) a.iKt) 32 100 '.'lll
Chits. Mc.Lauuiftilta
North 100 foot ol lot No.
3. block 2 100 6JJOO 21 151 175
J. G. Dow inn - Nui'lh
80 feet of lot No. 2 mid
south '.0 feel of lot No.
3, block 2 100 0,000 25 150 181
I. W. Heilmmi - South
40 feel or lot No. 2, block
|, Ord's survey 40 2,100 10 60 79
School No. I Lot, N.i.
1, block 1 lio 7,200 31 211 «2
11. Wiley —Lot No. 5,
block 4 120 7,200 27 2-',O 277
A. Smith — North 30
feel of 10l No. 4, block 4 30 1,500 8 01 67
Cn, Urodo—io feet of
lot No. 4, lilock 4, com
mencing :lo fuel from N.
line and running to
within 50 feet of south
line of said 10l 40 2,000 8 77 86
J. Golmer—Soulb 60
leet of lot No. 4, block
* 50 2,. r s)o 9 91 101
Henry Hazzard —
North 60 feet of lot No.
3, block 4, Ord's survey 60 3,000 10 US 125
Tui n vereln Germania
—ttOUth 60 feci oi lot No.
3, block 4 00 3,000 8 116 121
L. 11. Titus—Lot No. 2
hloek 4 120 !;,000 16 ITO 192
F. W. Koll—Lol No. 1
block 4 120 6,010 16 187 203
a, O Tlffanv— l oi .Mr.
6, block 7 120 6,000 12 130 1411
Mis. It. Owens — Dot
No. 3, block 7 120 1,800 9 179 188
Mrs llsria iloudon—
North 55 feet of lot No.
2. block 7 55 2,200 4 91 Ob
J. G. Downey— South
68 feet of lot No. 2, block
7, Ord's swrveg 68 2,720 6 102 107
Mrs. A. Matflelil —
North 60 feel of lot No.
I, blObk 7 60 2.100 4 79 83
J. J. Oarletou—Mouth
60 feet of lot No. I,block
7 60 2,400 4 69 73
I hereby certify thu foregoing to boa lull,
true and correct assessment list in the matter
of Spring street grading und Improvements in
tho said city of Los Allgeles, and that each
aud ull of said assessments are mado and
payable iv gold coin ot the United States.
WM. MOORE,
City Surveyor.
lajh Angci, 1. October2o* iB:i.
Ski. 5. The Clerk of tho Common Council
■hall certify to the passage of this resolution
ami cause the same lo be published once lv
English iv the Los Angeles Liaii.y Hiiiiai.ii.
and once in Spanish in l.v CVomea, ami
thereupon and t hen-all or t his resolution shall
take oU'ectund lie iv force.
novl'2-10t
HOTELS.
boardln^houseT
I HAVE FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA
thniK lor board ami lodging, wiih
Nawly li'ufiiiMliori Kooms,
and tables supplied with the best the market
affords. Terms:—9B SO per week.
L. F. RUCKEL,
ALISO STREET, near Aliso Store.
seplSlf
: ptpi> House, ~'
LO« OA-tL..
Jjijl HBT CIiA H8~S&Tll 1 1,
FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS.
Centrally Located—Frontage on
Three Streota.
'riio Mica-rr 'xvlT--.
The HlilHa' ]<.oomsi.
Tlis HEST Accuiuiiiodstiuiis.
CHAS. KNOWLTON, Prop'r
tAfaYETTE HOTEL.
New l-^lii-oiig-lioiit
rpHK WUJPRIETOK DESIRES TO
-i- inform the traveling public that this well
known bouse bus boon
THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED AND REHUILT
THROUGHOUT.
aud now offers accommodations equal If not
siiiairior to any ot Inn liouso iv lAngeles.
SINGLE ROOMS, OR IIOOMS EN SUITE.
The Eating Department
will be conducted with es]ieolal care
nov4tf—s
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
Invoice of imported goods direct from
casitiru uiurkets, nnd now have oue of tho
most complete stocks to be found iv tbe city,
com prising
CLOTHS,
OASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac,
Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture.
A Tailoring Establishment
Is connected with the store, where customers
can huve their goods made up In the lastest
style and at the most reusoiiiible priuus.
Cull aud examluo Hie stock for yourself
PFEIFFENBERGER A SHAUER.
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