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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Sl XDAY NOV. tt, 1874. Utah News. salt Lake, November 24th.—Col. Dame, arrested for complicity in Che Mountain Meadows massacre, was brought to this city yesterday and lodged in the Penitentiary. Ho con verses freely on general topics, but is reticent concerning the massacre. Dispatches received to-day say that Brigham Young cannot survive many days. His malady defies medical skill. The late journey to St. George resulted in hastening \\\-* disorders to Bs fatal termination. The District Court to-day refused the petition of George tj. Cannon for admission to bail for trial next March anil ordered that he give bonds to ap pear at the December term. Cannon is indicted for polygamy under the Federal law, and lascivious habitation and adultery under the stautes of Utah, This'will prevent him from go ing to Congress, except on forfeiture of bail, when he will be brought back on requisition. The trial of Moses Thatcher, a prom inent Mormon, takes place at BoiSG City, Idaho, next month, for suborna tion of perjury, in entering public lands. Probably Fatal Accident. Virginia City, November 25th.— Last night about 12 o'clock a man named Michael Herron was so badly injured at the Hale A Noreross hoist ing works that there is but little hope of bis recovery. The machinery in the engine room was beingoverhauled and several men were upon the large fly-wheel turning it around. When it reached the center it commenced moving rapidly and the other men sprang clear, but Herron was thrown backward and fell upon the floor, his back striking upon the engine-bed. He was picked up helpless and carried to his residence. The physicians re port scarcely a possibility of saving Bis life. Corporation of a Los Angeles Company. Sacramento, Noremder 27th. —Ar- ticles of incorporation of the Main Street and Agricultural Park Railroad Company were tiled iv the ofiice of the Secretary of State to-day. Princi pal place of business, Loa Angeles; capital stock, $50,000, in shares of $10 each. Also the Forest Grove Com* pany of Los Angeles county, Califor nia: Principal place of business, Los Angeles; capital stock, $100,000. Items from Arizona. Prescott, A. T., November 27th— The news from mining camps is en couraging. A shooting affray oecuared Monday between a sport named Thompson and James Itice, a restaurant man. Rico is in a criticel condition. Cause, liquor. Storm at Astoria. Portland, Oregon, November 25. — There has been an unusually severe storm at Astoria for several days. The bark Windermere is ashore. The steamer Oriflamme, which was due yesterday, was not telegraphed at noon to-day. The articles of incorporation of the Santa Clara Gas-Light Company have been tiled with the County Clerk. The object of the corporation is to supply the inhabitants of Santa Clara with gas. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Deeds tiled for record for tho 4S hours ending November 28, 1574, as reported for the Hnt&S by JBdson, Gillette A Adams, exam iners of title, No. ,'>9, Spring street, Los Ange les! i!, s. Frost to W. It. Hinds.—Lot 8 In block B of Mott tract; #900. C. 8. Hartley to M. Thomas.—Ten aeees iv lot 6of block B of city donation lots; 81,100. G.H. Kimball to R. N. White.—Lot 2, block 8 of Ord's survey, For! street; SSOO. Jesse Justice to A. Goldsmith.—Forty acres In Azusa; MBO. Jose Villah>bos to M. Hannon.—Twenty three Just without S line of city: 82,400. M. Hannon to W. M. Williams,—Same prop erty; $3,200. P. Beaudry to Chas. Durfee.—Lot 12, block 101, of Bellevue Terrace tract ; s4OO. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLABENDON. V P Marsh, Boston C Marab St wf, Conn .1 Viles, (to s Marab, do JVilesJr, do X Marsh, do CTDulley. do Miss I, Marsh, do X A Nickerson, Mo Miss M Smith, do WCalhoune, do HHJaycox.AT P X Arnold, S F W Clift, C I, S Co UK I ivor, do X W Dawson, Azusa \V It Paris, B rtrnd G Hullock, Rvrad D B Moore, W'luiiign BS Eaton, Fair Oaks J 10 Squires, Anhin A J ffayward, Anlim PICO. D f: Breed, & F Mrs Crook, A T C Perrln A Perrln D Newman, Wilwko I) N Money, Dakota MrJubelee, AT W II Lain h, SF J T Poor A wf. S V I Lankershlm, S Fi nd E A Whittelsey Awf I N Van Nuys i' M Crane, S Brbra A N Winslow B Hapham, S F H II Deaehman, Tuosn B Sen loss, do LAFAYKTTE. Mrs F Bellmon.S F T A McDonald A wf, CJWarran, do Detroit G Kthler, do NButten.lnd A Spooner, do A A Green, Hu Dlmas M Crete, do J X Smith, wf A 5 chn, S Hague, do S F A X Perrls, do W Cantleld, S V S Phillips, do NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mr. W. Kalisher will apply to the Com mon Council at Un session of December 3, 1874, for v deed to tbe following piece ot land: Commencing at a point in tbe south line of a road between the land of K. Monlton and the heirs of I* Wlllhart, a willow tree about W t feet in diameter, from which bears theN. E. corner of the low land of E. Moulton; bears N. 74Vi" 10. magnetic course 11.90 chains dis tant and running N. B'J W W. 7.81 chains; thence S. 7Ua \v. 7.23 chains to a willow fence S. 89S - B, «.Bti chains; thence N. 754° 10. 0.81 chains to the place of begin ning,containtng 4 70-lUt) iwiros of land. Any person objecting to the granting of the above petition must nlo their objections in writing. It any they have, at least one day prloi to the said meeting of tbe Common Council. M. X HEM EH, nvJB Id Clerk of Com. Council. "assessment notice. Los Anuki.es, Cal., ) November 13,1874. J The Spring and Sixth .Street Hailroud Com pany; principal pluveof business Los Angeles City, California.—Notice Is hereby given that at v meeting of the Direotor* held on the 13lh day of November, 1874, an assessment of five dollars auU nuy cenU .%:,.%< per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corpora tion, payable on or before the Uth day of D, eember, 1874, to the Treasurer, K. V. V. Tem ple, at the banking house of Temple A Work man, Los Angeles city. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remuln unpaid on the said 15th day of Decem ber, 1874, will be dellnquentaiidadvertised for Kale at public unction, and unless payment Is mude before, will be sold on the 2d day of January, 1875, at the olllce of the Company, Koom 4a Temple Block, lo pay tbedellnquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ISAAC W. LOUD, Secretary. Office: Los Angeles City, California. liovll 4w j FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. <4<»I.D KKPOKT. San Francisco, November 2*. Gold, LlrWi Greenbacks -Buying, 8»S; selling, so;-;. *ai« franrUeo Markets—By Telegraph. San Francisco, November 28. KI.OUK-$4 75(1*5. WHKAT >1 it «l 50. BAULKY—SI :i7V»I *» OATH—|I SMI 75. KYK-Jl p»,. HAY'—llo(3*lo. WOOL—I6*2OO. ONIONS—7.hv«»I 10. CORN—II I • BEANS— SflftO. HOPS-SO.itW'.o. COTTON-JUS. POT ATI IKS -Si lOijM 50. SWEET POTATOES—II 25. BUTTKR—4O*SOc. CHEESE—ISAI7C. EGOS—OO-atiJ'.c. per doz. PRACHES—tteI 75 V box. APPLKS-BMSI 75 * box. figs—;i7<aaoc. y n.. HONEY 200270. V ft. BACON—I4S#I7c Wholesale market. PROVISIONS, Fi.nri:— Onions 2 (M) Rxtrafl whl...f s@|sJi Nulls,y< keg... «26 Hu pern no ."» 00(«5 50 Knurr— Bacon, y ft ITci i.s can'dydoz 4 50 Hams 15yd 8 Asa'd Jellies...4 50®5 00 Lard lli.vli'.j DRIED— SUOAK— Apples y ft.. !• Crashed liSj Peaches w lstnud JSo. 1 10 Grapes R Ooll'oo 20 Potatoes. yetll 00 Corn.ycental 200 Salt— Hariov i oo Common.... l 50 Wheat 1 25 Liverpool.... 2 00 Mutter, Vft 60 Candies, y B\« 18@.% Cheese \3% Candles I.V.tIK Swiss Cheese.. STiJ Itrooms, VdOS S®3 75 Codfish I Liquors, cae 5.g0 salmon ti\(&7 Cigars— Mackerel 14 Dom'cy 1000 25@80 Tea _ K70475 Imported do 120(.«200 " Green 100 Powiikk— Starch Uy* Mlnlng.ykg 4.50 Tobacco 50<«tl 00 Canned 7e»*#l Beans, t» owl.. 150 Fuse. jUOO II $2 00 Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beef. 10312 c second class 698 c Prime mutton Bw>l2« Veal fiSKc Prime cattle Jl.'.ui") Good sheep 12(3250 Chickens, per dor. S6. <7 Ducks, per doz f H'.cii 50 Turkeys, per pound dressed 22@25c Geese, " " " He Fresh Salmon, ptr lb 50"i750 FRUITS. Oranges, per doz 7f>« Lemons, per doz 75y.500 Dried apples, per ft IOC Dried pears, per lb K>c Dried peaches, per ft 15c Fresh tomatoes y lb 1 lo .String beans, y lb 60 Green Corn, y do/. 10c Apples, H box 1(91 60 Pears, y hundred 60@75c Watermelons, y dozen I@l 50 Pomegranates, * doz ;<7^c Fresh crranberries, y gallon $1 00 Walnuts, y ft lake Figs, V doz 150 Muscat grapes, y a 5c Flaming Tokay, " s<: Malaga, y ft 5c Black Mission, y. ft IV*C VEGETABLES. Turnips, per ft 4c Cabbage, per ft 4 Carrots, per ioo ft 81 60 Radishes, per dor. 5e Lettuce, per head He GROCERIES. COFFEE—Mocha tftyie Java..... B7KC Costa Rica 2.X! TEAS—Black 60CStl 00 Japan 02Kc(gi$l 00 Green 75c<g$l no Butter 50c Eggs, per doz 50c Cheese, per ft 20(&.'K)c Brown sugar. 10yi(gi2!<^c Rellned sugar 13i^r<*14c Strained honey B@l2Kc Canvassed hama 20c Extra family flour, "ft bbl S»> 00 Superfine 85 50 Graham 87 00 M i xed feed y 100 fts 81 26 Cracked corn y 100 Hps 81 60 Corn meal 82 Go@2 75 Pearl barley y fts 6Wjo Split peas 6HC Syrup, per keg, 5-gal ;i 50 WINES. Cucamongo, y gal, 4 yrs «i 00 Port wine, . " " 1 25 Angelica, " " 1 25 Walnut brandy, y gal :i .50 Salnsevain wine bitters,y gal 125 Cal white wine, y gal. 5 yrs 75 Agaadlente, y gal. 3 yrs 1 75 MISCELLANEOUS. Union sY^eTlees^ MAIN STREET, (Near tho Pico House.) ASKIN & HEWITT, PROPRIETORS. branches, is' ready t,^^^^^^^^-^^^Y^^^ accommodate the public In the best manner. The capacity of thisHtable Is greater than that of any other iv Southern California. Horses and Buggies and Carriages, with careful drivers, to let by the day or week. Horses hoarded aud groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Respectfully solicit a share of public patrons age, pledging in return attention to business and a determination to satisfy their custom ers. oct2ltf LOOK TO YOUR FIRE! GREAT HEI>XJCTITJjX o o Jk~ l:i From $24 to $18, $20 and $22, According to quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent) CO-AvL YARD, Corner of Spring and Court streets, LOS ANOELES, CAL. »CP3 WOOLEN MILL STORE. The proprietors of tho Woolen Mill Wore efl'er a heavy stock of H oinei Manufacture, togethor with tine English and French wool ens, at VERY LOW PRICES, In our Merchant Tailoring department, we have a first class cutter, and will make suits to order at from $2f> to J7O. A good Ut guaran teed. Farmers and others who desire it can have suits cut and trimmed to be made at home. PFEIFFENBERGER Si SCHAUEIL oct27-lm DUPUY 4l SHORT, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS 1-43 >lA.IIV STREET, Next door to tho Pioneer Stable. SALE AT AUCTION On Saturdays. DUPUY & SHORT LA CRONICA, PUBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLJ. The only.Spanish Newspaper IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. — Published every Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Office In Temple's New Block, Bpring street, opposite the Court-house. It bus a large circulation in the State or Cal ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico, and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central aud South America, und Spuln. Cronica" commends itself to the Advertisers who may wish to bring their business before the Span ish-speaking people and numerous population of different nationalities, on the Pacific Coast. Advertising; Rates Very Seasonable. rrnscßiPTioNS—One Year, ff; Six Month. M *»: Three Months, fi. oc2U PRINTINC. THE HERALD J OB PRINTING OFFICE BPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THE cnruT BOUSE, LOS ANGELES. npHE attention of the business com uiunTty of la>s Angeles olty and ooutaty Is invited to Ihe facilities of this office for cxc cuting every description of BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING Fully alive tO the Inferior manner ill which a (Treat part <>r tlm dob Printing In Southern California has hitherto been executed, the proprietors of this establishment liave deter mined to Institute a now order of things In Ills business. A NEW POWER PRESS (the first to reach this far south on the Paotfla Const ), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or In colors, is already running, and driven by STEALS POWER, which Is also attached to their new and ELEGANT Job Presses* Ths ntcilitiee for turning out work win.thus lie equal to most, and superior to many office In San Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ov TV I<: W 'V V 1» E AND MATERIAL, of the most modern designs and approved Eastern manufacture, has been selected. And it Is intended so to equip and furnish Ihisile partment with THE BEST PRESSES, THE FINEST TYPE, AND TIIK MOST MODERN APPLIANCES, AS TO MAKK TUB HERALD JOB OFFICE THE MOST COMPLETE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. They have engaged as foreman of this de partment, ono of the most experienced Hook and Job Printers in the country; and the presses will be superintended by a Skilled Pressman from one of the largest officer in New England. PAMPHLETS Will Uo printed from Now Type, and the greatest care exercised to Insure accuracy an freedom from typographical errors. POSTERS &. HANDBILLS Plain or in oolors, 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 wo shall make a spc clalty, and Intend that noUilng of the kind shall equal us in tliiu section. BANK CHECKS, DRAFTS, NOTES, DEPOSIT CHECKS' BOOK HEADINGS, STOCK CERTIFICATES KTC. Printed in a superior manner, on plain writ inn paper, or on Bond and Bank Note Paper in black or colors. SIEIO-W CARDS IN GOLD AND COLORS. We nhall nay particular attention to BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS, ABSTRACTS, ETC., Which will he printed in tho Old SI vie Type now so universally In favor, and which wo have procured specially forthls class of work. We shall also be provided for I he printing Of LEGAL BLANKS, OFFICIAL FORMS AN'l DOCUMENTS. CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES, BILLS OF FARE, TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS, AND KVKKV VAKIKTY OF GENERALJOB PRINTING PLAIN ANH ORNAMENTAL. HEX* A_X^l> Job Printing House, LOS ANGELES. MISCELLANEOUS. The Steams Ranchos. Ai.riti:i> ■©■IIHMW, Tf— MS Market .Ntvoct. .Nan FrauelNco. 4'a|. Q(\ (\(\(\ ACRES OF LAND "•V/V/\/ for sale, In lots lo suit, suitable lor tli« culture of Oranges, Lemons, Mines. Kiss, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pea.ru, Alfalfa, Corn, Hyo, Barley, Flax, Ramie, Cot ion, etc., anil also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable tor Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of nil feet from the surface. On almost every acre m|' this land FLOWING \ ttTESIAX WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated por;ions can be irregated by Oje water of Ihe Santa Ana river. Most of these lauds are naturally malst, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TEKMS—One-fourth Cftata; balance In one, two and three years, with I<> per cent Interest. I will take pleasure in show ing these lands lo parlies seeking land, who are invited to celne and see this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. It. OLDEN, Agent. An ile-un. Lm Angeles county, Slay 24, 1873. mrn-tf-7 FUR FUTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER &IRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter & Lord), Have now tho Largest Stock ovor brought horo. Have just received a large lot. directly from the Fast, and cordially Invite tin' ptib.lc to examine their goods anJ price same. Carpets, OH Cloths, batting, Kic. Etc. ICtO. (With Dotter & Bradley), Is still selling everything in above linos at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are still Agents lor tho ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would hog leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR Now and Diwtinct and Important Improvements have been added 1° this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 36 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the BIK Red Chair, tf 10 B. J. WOLF, THUS, OATKS. WOLF & GATES' S _A. L O O IST , MAIS STREET, opposite Commercial. None but tho Purest and Best Wines & Liquors Kept at this house. Both Imported and Domestic Brands are selected with care. A superb luneli Is served every day, aid all the principal news papers may be found in tho reading rooms. gepltftf TosmopolitaTsalooF CROSS & GREBE, I'iailcr Tein|>lc ltulltliiitr. Entrance on Main street, Los Angeles. 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. mrlS-tM l^ SOMETHING NEW LOS ANO^LIi-S. I TAKE PLEASURE IX INFORMING MY friends nnd tho public generally, that 1 have engaged one of tho very be«,t W A T C H M A. It X Xt S Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persona having watches or clocks to repair will please give me a trial and judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, 'i"),(K)0 asanittu articles, lor sale cheap, at 4. 1117 COMMIT ITS, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL ST.S. No. f><». myCin— 2 HOTELS. BOARDING HOUSE. I HAVE FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA- Uons for board and lodging, with Newly Funiinhetl Rooms, and tables supplied with the best the market affords. Terms:—g!> 30 per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALISO STREET, near Aliso Slore. scplStf PSCO HOUSE, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 111 ST CLA SS HOT EL, FOB TRAVELERS AXI) TOURISTS. Contrally Located- Frontage on Three Streets. Tho KKSST Table, The MIGHT Uooms, Tiie BEST Accommodations. 0c23-tf—fi CHAS. KNOWLTON, Prop'r LAFAYETTE HOTEL. N«>AV TllT'Ollg'liOllt THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO inform the traveling public that this well known house has been THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AXD REBUILT THROUGHOUT, and now offers accommodations eqnal If not superior to any other house in Los Angeles. SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE. The Eating Department will be conducted with especial care nov4tf—s LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SUMMONS. IX TIIK DISTRICT COURT OPTHESRV entcenth Judicial District ofthc state of California, In and for the county ol Lis An gales.—T. J, Ortder, pla Intlft', aajntnai s. it. Gri der,defendant. Action brought in the District COUIt Of tbe Seventeenth Judicial District of tbe Plate of California, In and lor the county Of l/is Angeles, m l( | tbe complaint filed in said county of l/is Angeles, In Ihe olllce of the t'leik ofsakl District Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to S. It. Grider, defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above-nanieil plaintltt in Ihe District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of flic Slate of California, In aud for I be county oi Los Angeles, and lo answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days icx cl valve of Ihe day of service I after the service on you of i h is sum no >n—il served wit bin this county; or, If served out of Ibis county, but lv this Distnoi,within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, OT Judgment by default Will be taken against you according lo Ihe prayer of said complaint, The said action Is brought tooblalu a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds of matri mony bet ween yourself and I he plaint 111' here in and for general relief. Ilelereiice Is had to complaint for particulars, And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause voiir default to be entered and will apply to the Court for Ihe relief demanded In the com plaint. — Given under niv hand and theseal I lOf the District Court of the Sevcn ( m-.ai. , (~eiith Judicial District of the State y -»* of California. In and for the county of Los Angeles, this 25th day of September, In the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hun dred ami seventy-four. A. W. POTTS, Clerk, Ry c. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk. J. B. lioM.Aw.w, Att'y for PUT. nvir im* SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT of Till-: si:v enteenth Judicial District of the state of California,ln and for tin -county of I ,os Ange les. M. Thomas, plaint ill, vs. Severlano Be redla. defendanL Action brought tv the Dls trictCourt ofihe Seventeenth Judicial Die trlct of the State Of California, in and for the COUllty of Los AhgeleH, and the complaint tiled ill said COUnty of Los Angelei., in the ofllce of the Clerk of aald District court. The People Of the State Of California send greeting to Severlano I leridia,detendunl: You are hereby required to appear iii an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff, In the District t Ollri of the Seven teenth Judicial Dislrict of the State of Califor nia, in and lor Ihe county of Los Angeles, am- to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of ser vice) after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, bul iv this district, within twenty days; otherwise wilhin forty days, or judgement by default will be 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, AugUStS, IsT.'i, be corrected and amended by changing tils description therein from "n piece of land in S. E. corner of Sec. 8, T. - S., It. 13W. 8. B. YL, being all (hat portion of tbe east half of said section lying east of San I'e dro street," lo " a piece of land in the s. \V. quarter Ol see. 8, T. 2 S., It. IBV/., s. H. M.. be ing all that portion oflhe west half of said quarter-sect lon lying east of the San Pedro road or street," the latter being the correct description ofthc land Intended to be con veyed, said premises having been duly transferred to the plaintiir, he prays thai the above correct lon maybe made, and that he have his coats and general relief. Reference Is had lo complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified thai If you fail to appear aud answer tho said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to be entered, and will apply to the Court for the relief demanded In the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District Of the State of California, in and ft" the county of Los Angeles, this lath day c September, iv the year of our Lord one thous and eight hundred and seventv-lbur. [Seal.] A. \V. POTTS, Clerk. By C. W. QOtTIiD, Deputy Clerk. septSidlaw.t novio SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEV enteenth Judicial District of the State of Calilornia, in and for the county of Los Ange les—Luisa J. Corbett,plaintiff,against Edward X. Corbett, defendant. Action brought in the District Court ofthc Seventeenth Judicial District oi the State of California, ,in and for the county of Los Angeles, and t he' com plaint filed i}i said county of Los Angeles, lv the olllce of the Clerk of said District Court. The people Of the Slate of California send greeting to Edward N. Corbett, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintill in the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial Dislrict ofthc State of Califor nia, In and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of tho day of service) after the service on you of this summons—lf 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 you 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 plaintill and defendant be dissolved; that the custody of t lie two mi nor children of plaintiff and defendant be awarded to plain tiff and that she have general relief. Refer ence is had to complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiir will cause your default to be entered and will apply to the Court for tho relief demanded in tho complaint. . — < —* Given under my hand and the Seal i lof tho District (Court of the Seven* J.skai. j-teenth Judicial Dislrict of the State /of California, in and for the county !<■' —- — * of Los Angeles, Ibis lath dayof Octo ber,in tho yoar.of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ai d soventy-rour. A, W. POTTS, Clerk. By <;. Vv*. Gould, Deputy Clerk. Howard A Sons, Pitt's Att'y. oct-l(i-2m-w NOTICE. milK LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY I Publishing and Printing Company; prin cipal place of business being Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, state of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of tho Directors held on the loth day of Septem ber, 1574, an assessment of GO 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 payable Immediately to the Treasurer of said company, l'\ P. F. Temple, at tho Banking House of Templa A Workman, Los Angeles City; that of the remaining twenty por cent, there shall be paid to said Treasurer at said place the sum of ten per cent, on the 21st day of September, 1874, and ten per cent, on the 25th day of September, 1574. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Ihe I'Jth day of October, 1874, will be delinquent and advertised lor sale at public auction, and unless payment is made will ho sold on the 7th day of Novem ber, 1874,t0 pay tho delinquent assessment, to gether with tho costs of advertising and ex penses of sale. Dated Los Angeles, Sept. 17, 1871. N. B.—Each Stockholder will be credited on said assessments with tlie amount already paid by him on his slock to tho Treasurer. NOTICE. rpilE DELINQUENT LISTS of the various I countiesof the State, lor the 21th and 25th Fiscal years, (1874-3—1873-4) are now in my hands for collect ion. Many persons are de- Unguent for small sums upon personal pro perty, and are urged to examine the rolls in the hands of the Tax t 'ol lector of their respec tive counties and to make Immediate pay ment. The law Is imperative, that the pay ment of the Slate lax for these years must be enforced, and unless voluntary payments are made at once, heavy costs will be Incurred by the delinquents, .1. J. GUFFS', a*'' pl-3m Controller of State. NOTICE. NOT ICE IS HEREBY Gl V E X THAT TIIF Common Council will receive bids at their session of November 27th, 1874, for the grading of Main, Commercial, Alameda. Spring and Temple Sis., excepting from said bill Ihe frontage of tho city's land on Temple street, and also excepting from said bid the parties Who have signitled their willingness to grade in front of their premises on either of the above mentioned streets at their own cost and expense. M. KREMEIt, nv22td Clerk ofthc Com. Council. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That B. Ballerluo will apply to the Common Council at its session of Nov. 2Uth, 1874, for n o,uil-Claini Deed to the lot described as fol lows: Being situated on Negro alley, and bounded on the West by Negro ally; .South by the lot formerly owned by John O, Dow ney: East by Alameda street, aud North by the lot of S. Urlhus. Any one objecting to the granting of said Qnlt-Clalm Deed, must pre sent their objection. If any they have, at least one day prior to the suld meeting of the Com mon Council. M. KRKMEB, Clerk oflhe Common Council. nov22tdt A RESOLUTION Occliirlui; Ihe Aswesmiirnl I.l*l In ihe .natter ol' (Jradioa ami Improving Aliimcila Street, nnd i'rovHlluir lor Hi « olleelioii. BR IT RESOLVED, BY TIIK COMMON COUNCIL of the City of Los Angeles, as follows: Smotion 1. That the aaaeaamenui hereinaf ter set forth are hereby declared to bo the as sessments properly chargeable to and Col lectable from tbe several owners of the prop erly respectively hereinafterdeecrlbed, and for which a lieu op suid property In claimed for .'.nd on account of Ihe grading and Improving Alameda street, in said city. SKC 2. Ttwt euch of the assessments hurc- I n after con tamed aud set forth aa tho ana aai" ment levied upon and Charged against the respective lots or purls thereof for and on ac count ol thesuid grading and Improving Ala meda slrcet, is hereby declnred to be true and cornel ami I but the y.dual lons respectively put upon such lota or purls thereof arc the Just and correct cash values of such loin or parts t hereof, irrespective of improvements thereon, liable to he assessed therefor. SMC. 3. The Clerk 01 the Common Council is hereby directed to enter a statement ot this assessment iv t he docket of city liens, accord ing to law. and give notice of the levy ol such assessments by publication of Iheshme for tun (li)l days in English in the i.os Angela* Daily Hrralo and for the same period <>i time in Spanish in Im CronfCO, newspapers published in mid cily. SK(. 4. Ihe following Is the assessment herelnbenire referred to. That is to say: Assessment it,.11 of Ala da Slrcel. '/ C > > H c c * o "• " »■ z ' - r ;r - M, a- m. aa a t w S>«* V4>l 1 - £ ? Is Ills H i Description of properly c ri ,- s'lio £ " I B a 9 ~* . ~ gm ■ from Main street to *|® Soe.9 r S First street and z ■*> 2i r =:* jo % £ name Of properly- ►} 5 j l"w Bjjjjj — '• '< : nV* 3 • owners. ~ \ a j 9am : * : 5 j 3 ; $ 9r : £. ; I x 1 % 1 '.n 5: S- : ; : a 1: BoT : in .:. Bast aide. P.Beaudry -Lot bound ing northerly on lot wf Sisters of Charily, wesl erly on Alameda slrcet. southerly on lot of l". Beaudry oo 51:0 *2 lir.s 1100 P.Beaudry—Loi bound ing northerly ou lot of V. Beaudry, Westerly on Alameda slrcet. south erly on 10l of .1. Yharra, Unknown ami l. Be an il ry t*% 04 1-2 3 IN 151 1-9 Unknown, i-« J. Ybarrn,7-9 P, Heaudry— l,o| bounding norl herly on P. Beaudry's 101, westerly ou Alameda street, southerly on 10l of I*. Beaudry ami J. Vbarra 64 0-12 04 1-2 2 152 164 J. Yharra .'(-a, I. Heau dry 2-6 Lot bounding uorilierly on lot of Un known, J. Yharra and I. Beaudry, westerly on Alameda st net, south erly on I. Beaudry's lot 01 0- J 1.1 12 2 152 li 4 l ! . Il eaud r y - Lot bounding uorilierly on I. Beaudr" and J.Ybar ra's lot, westerly "ii Al ameda st net, soul lierly ou 10l ol J. Yharra 04 1-2 04 1-2 2 I'd 160 J. Yharra—Lot hoiilin ing northerly on I. Beaudry's 101, westerly on Alameda street, southerly on J.Ybarra's 10l 01 0-12 04 1-2 2 157 169 J. Ybarrn Lot hound ing northerly on .1. Yb arra's lot, westerly on Alameda slrcet, south erly on J. Ybarra's 10t... 04 0 12 04 1-2 2 1«1 100 j. Ybarra—Lol hound ing northerly on .1. Yb arra's lot, westerly ou Alameda street, south erly on Jesus Ybarra's lot 04 0-12 01 1-2 2 111 110 Jesus Ybarra—Lot bsundlng northerly on J. V barra's lot,wosterly on Alameda street, southerly on Chaves street 020 1,210 32 1,127 1,159 J.tirimth—Lot bound ing northerly on Chaves street, westerly on Ala meda street, southerly on Prudohomme's 10t... 520 1,500 61 1,081 1,118 M.Prudohomme—Lot bounlng northerly on Griffith's loi, westerly on Alameda stleel, southerly on Macy street 212 0-12 1,002 SO 512 57S sisters of < Iharlty—Lot bounding northerly on Macy sired, westerly on Alameda slrcet, southerly on Asa Cla sa's lot 511 6,410 32 1,017 1,048 C. Apa Clasa—Lot bounding northerly on Sisters of Charity's lot, westerly on Alameda sired, southerly on M. Keller's lot 123 1,230 7 W> 3U M.Keller—Lot bound ing northerly on Apa blasa's tot, worterty on Alameda street, south erly on Palenaonl's lot.. 541 8,115 ".8 1,410 1,471 Antonio Palenconl— Lot buunding northerly on Keller's lOt, wester ly on Alameda street, southerly ou Aliso street 138 2,70010 210 236 D. Am o a toy — Lot hounding liortlierly on Al iso st reet .westerly on Alameda sired, SQUth eily on Revenue's 10t... 100 2,000 60 !4i) 200 F. Iteverl no — Lot bounding uorilierly on D. Amestoy's lot, west erly on Alameda street, southerly on Mrs. Beh n's lot 40 800 11 63 74 Mrs. J. Behn - Lot bounding northerly on Hovertne's lot, westerly on Alameda street, southerly on Sunsavine street 02 1,210 10 79 95 Harris Newmark—Lot bounding northerly on Salnsevlne street, west erly on Alameda street, southerly on Masearol's lot 68 1,300 17 90 107 .1. Masoure 1 — Lwt bounding norlhcrly on Newniai k's 101, westei ly on Alameda street, southerly on Simon's lot 30 000 S 40 48 J. Simon —Lot bound ing northerly on Mus catel's 101, westerly on Alameda street, south erly on Laven trial's 10l 2.') CO) 5 38 41 Joseph Laventhal— Lot bounding northerly onLuveiithul's lot,west erly on Alameda street, southerly on Brand's 10l 25 500 8 37 45 W.Brand—Lot bound ed northerly ou Laven thaPs lot, wostiriy ou Alameda street, south erly on Uncommon and Hellman's lot 25 500 8 31 42 C. Uncommon and 1. W. Hellman - Lot bounding northerly on Brand's lot, westerly on Alumeda street, south erly on Commercial street 50 1,000 10 00 82 Wallenberg a Kalish er—Lot bounding north erly on Coin niet'cin) street, westerly on Ala meda stieet, southerly on PerlK'S lot 1.50 2,2i0 24 2118 212 Mrs. J. A. Perls—Lot hounding northerly on Wartenburg ,t Callih er's lol.wcsierly on Ala meda street, soutlierly on Sanchez I rai l 238 2,880 SO 332 398 Maria lie Sepulvedu Sanchez—Lol bounding norlhcrly on I'erl/.'s lot, westerly on Alameda st reet, southerly on M. de .scpulvcdaSanchez's lot 44 6-13 415 2 111 63 Maria do Sepulveda Sanchez—Dot bounding northerly on M.deSo pulveda Sanchez's 101, westerly on Alameda street, soul herly on M. de Sepulveda Sanchez's lot 43 430 2 69 01 Maria de Sopulveda Sanchez—Lot bounding northerly on M. de Se pulveda Sanchez's 101, westerly on Alumeda streel, southerly on Se pulveda street 43 430 2 69 61 Slarlu A.Coronel —l>,t bounding northerly on Sepulveda street, west erly ou Alameda street, northerly on C C. Col onel's lot 60 6N 15 08 ,83 c. c. Coronal — Lot bounding northerly on Maria A. Coronal's lot, westerly on Alameda (treat, souther!/ on c. Coroucl's lot f4) 500 15 01 79 C. C. Coronel — Lol bounding northerly on C. 0. Colonel's lot.west erly on Alumeda street, southerly on CoronePi . 1,,, M M 14 (>i «s C. C. Colonel — boo ml inn northerly on c. c. Coronal's lot.wcst crlv on Alameda street, si ait herly on Turner .. si „.,.[. . . 0 801 14 01 .8 I>r. W. Hobba Lol i".mii,im- uorilierly on Turner street, wester ly on A. lamad a street, f:;; , ' 1, ?! y .:: , :i:::.""^'««-i2^« »> * Dr. W. Hobba.—tot bound Ia a northerly on Dr. Ilobbs' lot. wesleily on Alameda si..south erly on Thomas'lot ii M 9 «> t« il. t'. Thoma*. — wit hounding northerly on Dr. Hobba' lot, westerly on Alnmedu St., south- erly on Niehol.,'lot. 4i> IN 9 til .0 I. Nichols.—Dot boun ding northerly on Tho mas' lot, westerly on Alameda rtreet, south erly onW.O.Burr 45 twit il in WM. Burr.- lot Immiii dlng northerly on Nich ols' 101, Westerly on Al ameda sired, southerly on Dixon's 10l 45 .100 11 til i- J.A. Dixon.-Lot boun ding northerly on Bun's lot, westerly on Alauic ihi street, southerly on Banning st 44! i 8M 11 ■ 7:1 K. Naud.—Dot bound ing norlhcrly on Ban ning sheet, westerly on Alameda street, south erly on E. Nsud'H 10t.... GO :uio 8 75 83 Naud.—Dot bound ing nortliei ly on F. Naud's loi, westerly on Alameda street, south erly on K. Naud's 10t.... N 3»« 8 75 83 IS. Nuud.—Lot hound lug northerly on K. Naud's lot, westerly ou Alameda streel, south erly on K. Naud's 10l Ml 000 8 70 S3 is. N«nd.— ltitt bound lug uorilierly ou E< Naud's lot, westerly ou Alameda si reel, south erly on Eirsl streel 45 270 8 00 77 West Bide. N. Kulc. -Loi hound inn northerly on Main si reel, cast oily on Ala meda si n ci, southerly on i.asim's llit,wester |j on Mnltl si i eel 616 615 12 800 878 Teresa Das.ru. Lol bounding norl herly <>n King's lot, Masterly on Alameda St., southerly ou Dubedeux's 10l 76 150 J 144 147 D. DulillrdeoX, - Dot bounding northerly on Lustra's 101, easierly on Alameda street, south erly on Y. Ybarra's tot 197 394 i) 44W isB Y. V harra.—Lot I on ti ding northerly on Dube deex's 101, easteily 11 Alameda street, south erly on Jesus Ybarra's lot US 270 7 187 194 Jesus V barra. — Lol hounding norlhcrly on V. Vliana's lot, easterly mi Alameda SI., south e, |j on heirs Ol •Yharra ..IM IN 0 220 2:i2 \ liaii'n Ybarra, Luis Yliurra.Severiuna V hur ra* Maria Vtatrru, ,1 inniu* Ybarrn, helm of .lose M. V hut ra, heirs of Ramon Ybarra, —i.< t ix uniting northerly on .1. Ybairu's lot, easier!) on Alame da street, soutlierly on I'alancoii's lot (UlVlded eijually us set forth above) S3.V itff 4 us 13a A. I'uhtucoiii. - Dot b tundlng northerly on heirs of Vbarra, easter ly on Alameda street, southerly ou Benito's lot 77 154 3 121) 192 it. Uenltes.-Lol hound ing northerly on Pnlan- COnl'S lot, easterly on Alameda street, south erly on High St 00 ISO 4 90 100 A. Do Davila. — Lot bounding northerly on H Igh st reel, easterly on Alameda street, soutli erly on O. Mary's lot 100 500 24 901 226 O. Macy.—Dot bound ing northerly on A. Do Da Vila's lot, easterly on Alameda street, soutli erly on Macy St 843 1,725 82 TM 838 N. Koot.—Lot bound ing northerly on Macy street,easterly on Ala meda street, southerly on Pulanconl's lot 170 1,700 24 354 378 Antonio Paluncon!. — Lot hounding northerly on Knot's lot, easterly ou Alameda Ht., south erly on Himpon's 10l 171 i,7io 28 205 283 Th. Rtmpon. — Lot bounding uorilierly on Palanooni'S lot, easter ly on Alameda street, southerly on Olvera's lot II!) I,I'JO 10 200 218 Adolto Stokes. — Lot hounding northerly on Himpon's ioi, easterly on Alameda St., soutli erly on lot 01' City Water Works 7!) 790 11 138 111 Los Angeles Cily Water Company.—Lot bound ing north On stokes'lot, easierly «n Alameda Street. southerly on Marcnessault st 00 uoo 14 175 180 C. Navaro.—Lot boun ding liortlierly on Mar chessault street, easter ly on Alameda streel, southerly on Bishop Amat's 10l 42 030 3 77 81) Bishop Amat. — Lot bounding northerly on Navaro's lot, easterly on Alameda St., south erly on Peril's lot 78Jj 1,132 7 ISO It;! Is, l'eriz.—Lot bound ing nortliei ly on Amat's lot, easterly ou Alame da street, southerly on Buttler's lot 20 390 2 50 5.1 G. It. Buttler. — Lot bounding northerly on Parla'a lot, easterly 011 Alameda street, south erly on Del Valle's 10t... 20 390 2 go 58 Y. Del Valle. — Lol bounding northerly on ButtU r's 101, easterly on Alameda streel, south erly oil Apablasa's 10... CI 1)00 0 144 150 L. Apablasa de Gon zales. — Lo! bounding liort herly on 1 lei Valle's lot, easterly ou Alame da street, Mint herly on Uribe's lot til) NO 0 102 lOS s. Uribe.—Lot bound ing northerly oil Apa blasa's lot, easterly on Alameda street, south erly on Ballariuo's 10t... 81 1,220 11 IU3 201 Juan Balhirino.—Lot bounding northerly on Uribe's lot, easterly on Alameda street, south erly ou Ailland's lot 77>i 1,102 II 210 2:10 11. Alllaud. Lot boun ding northerly on Bai larino's lot, easterly on Alameda St., southerly On Lubat's lot 110 1,710 22 '237 259 Mrs.Maria Labal. Lot hounding northerly on Ailland's lot, easterly Oil Alameda St., sontli erly on Aliso St SUf 1,830 23 130 15J Mrs. M. Madigan. — Lot bounding northerly on Aliso streel,easterly on A lameila St., south erly on Mott and Mo renhaul's lot lis 2.900 75 265 280 Mott and Morenbaut. —Lot bonding norther ly on M. Mulligan's lot, easierly on Alameda si reel, southerly on Commercial SI 100 2,000 20 130 IV) Southern Pacific It. It. tlompany.—Lot bound ing uorilierly on Com mercial street, easterly on Alameda St., soutli erly on ltequena st 452 0,780 11a 22c IN I'erry and Mott.—Dot bounding norlhcrly on Requena street, easter ly on Alumeda street, southerly ou P. De Gaz no's lot lUO 1,500 6 51 50 Paul de (iazzo.— Lot hounding northerly on I'erry and Moll's" lot, easterly on Alameda fit., southerly on Lane..ll7 1,170 4 02 60 I. Hannlng - Lot boun ding northerly on Lane, cast erly on Alameda slret, southerly 011 Dow ney's lot 40 400 a 21 23 V..1. (J. Downey. — Lot bounding northerly on Manning's lot, easterly on Alameda St., soutli erly on First street ;ei 7,000 14 432 440 I hereby certify the foregoing to bo a lull, true ami correct assessment list in the matter of Ihe grading and improving of Alameda Street, hi said city of Los Angeles, und that each and all of said assessments are made payable in gold coin ol the United States WM. MOORE, City surveyor. Skc. 5. The Clerk ol the Common Counoll shall certify to the passage of this resolution and cause the same lo be published once in English In the Los Angeles Daily Herald, and ouoo In Spanish iv Im Orontea, and hereupon and hereiuier this resolutionghajl take effect and lie In force nov2s-10t