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THURSDAY DEC. 10, 1874. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. KartCttuHtia Francisco and Northern--Tele 7rai»h »-._-o Line-Arrive at 7:20 A. M.: close at 7:di V. M. Letters Intended for registry must be presented before 6 P. M. , Line Stations between Sun Francisco and I-os Angela, via Santa Itarl.ara-Ar rlve at (>:*) A. St.! closes at9:oo P. M. Stilt Die*o Line-San Diego. Anaheim. Na irn, oaplstrano, etc.-Arrives at ti:2o P. M., Sonthero' Arizona-Tucson, Ynmi, Arizo"* .•itv. and Way Statlans-Trl- Weekly rter- Ice-Arrlves Sunday. Tuesday day at «:20 P. M.; leaves Monday, Wcdnes- I ,v, and Saturday. Mcll closes at ,:.» A. M. v Stern Arizona-lWott, Wickenberg and 'Sir stai ~.ns -Arrives Tues ..ayand Friday at 9:35 P. IU »e»TJ» Tues t iv and Friday; mail closes at 2.1u P. M. V,o nardino and Way Stations-San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives al Ii 35 A. M.; closes at 2:15 P. M. Wilmington and Way Stations-Arrives al i -10 A. M.. closes at 10 A. M. Cerro Gordo, Lone Pine and Havilah-Arrive* Monday, Wednesday and rriday at ,:20A. M.' leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur day ; closes at 7:80 P. M. Dontestie and Foreign Money Order Offlce , 'pen from 8:30 A. M. to 1:30 P.M., except on Saturday, when office closes at 3:30 P. M. Office Hours-8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. On Sundays the office will be open for one hour alter the distribution of the Eastern malU H. K. W. BENT, P. M. City and County Official Directory. City Directory. J. R. TO HERMAN Mayor Office, No. 43 Spring street, ,n«,i«- B F H \BTLEE. rSfarshal and Chief of Police Office, No. 45 Spring street. GEO. R. BUTLER City Treasurer Office, Fashion Stables, Main street A W HUTTON City Attorney ' Office, No. 58 Temple Block. M. KREMER. City Clerk Office, No. 45 Spring street. Wm.E. MVIORE City Surveyor Office, Cor. Spring and First streets. Dr. W. T. LUCKY City Supt. Pub. Schools .1 H. McKEE, M. D Health Officer Office, No. 1, Spring street, up stairs. Common Council! F. SABICHI.PkKS., W. H. WORKMAN, EDWARD HUBER, E. F. DX CELIS, JOSK M \SCAREL, P. BEAUDRY, JACOB GERKIN, H. DOCKWEILER, JULIAN CHAVIS JULIAN VALDEZ. Meets every Thursday p. m. at 3 o'clock, at Its room, 49 Spring street. Chamber of Commerce; 8. la/a Hi. Pres., L W. LORD, Sec, 8. C. CAsWELL.Treas. JOHN G. DOWNEY, R. M. WIDNEY, J. M. GRIFFITH, N J. NEWMARK, H. W. HELLMAN, P. BEAUDRY, 00. LIPS, J. S. GRIFFIN. Board of Education: H. D. BARROWS, President. M. KREMER, Sec'v. G. W. SMITH. WM. B. PRIDHAM. J. P. WIDNEY. County Directory. \ W POTTS Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts j. W. GILLETTE Co. R< oorderand Auditor 1 E.ROWAN Co. Treasurer R. ROWLAND...Co. Sheriff and Tax Coll. GEO. H. PECK Co. Supt. Of Schools DIONICIO BOTILLER Co. Assessor L. SEBOLD Co. Surveyor Board of sinner mom: GEO. HINDS, Chairman, . J. N. GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY, F. PALOMARES, F. MACHACO, J CAN J. CARILLO, Interpreter. Regular Meetings—First Monday of each month. Jn.ltrinl Directory: Y. SEPULVEDA District Judge Terms of Court—First Monday of Feb., May., Aug., and Nov. H. K. S. O'MELVENY...Judge of Probate and County Courts. Terms of Court—First Monday of Jan., Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov. D .BICKNELL Dist. Court Commissioner Office, No. 39, Temple Block. Justices' Courts: WM. H. GRAY...TempJo Riock, over W. F. A Co.'s Office. , JOHN TRAFFORD. ...Downey Block, Temple Street. J.os Ana-eles Library Association: J. R. McCONNELL President J. C. LITTLEFIELD Librarian Library, Dowuey Block. National Officials. H. X, W. BENT Postmaster Posioffiee, Temple Block. ALFRED JAMES Reg. U. S. Land Office J. W. HAVERSTICK"...Ree. U. 8. Land Office Temple Block, j. O. WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev. Office, No. 10, Temple Block. J. It. BHI ERLY Int. Rev. Gauger Office, No. 48, Temple Block. J. D. DL'NLAP Dept. U. S. Marshal New High street. B. C. WHITING U. R. Court Commissioner Office, Nos. 28 and 28, Downey Block. J ACOB A. MOURENHAUT French Consul I Main street. CLINTON B. SEARS, In charge of Improve- | mentof Wilmington Harbor—Residence at terminus oi street railroad. COURT REPORTS. District Court.—Skpulvkda, J. Wednesday, Decembers. Grange vs. Hays.—Passed. Cates vs. Bateg.-Set for Friday at 9 A. M. Cline vs. Dronson & Bagz.—Case rested by plaintiff after submission of evidence. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. G Rayuor&wf, indpnc D X Smith, Spatira C Goreuch, Tustin H Cota H W Gage, Wlmngn H Howard A Hopper, i.espe A Dlbbs L H Titus, H Gabriel G Halleck PICO. J Duulevy, WT W S Gregg, 8 Diego I Lankershim, S Fi nd Dr BufU. Miss .1 O'Brien J M Rothcbilds, S F M ,S Roades LAFAYETTE. H C Myers, Pnmiit J Ludy, Colusa Jf Sherwood,Wstmstr A Wallace, Monte J H Fleming. do A Strunk J Davis, do 8 Moore, all over H Read, Gardner THEY HAVE COME!!! 9 THOROUGHBRED SHORT HORN DURHAM BULLS, From Kentucky—being a part of our l?*th IMPORTATION. These Bulls are American Herd Book ani mals, pedigrees of which we have from the breeders lv Kentucky, which show them to be closely related to animals which have sold for labulous prices. BULLS are at the stables of Messrs. Metzker & Ferguson AMD ARE FOR SALE Part Credit given if deslrad. ROLLIN V. SAKE, Of tho Saxes, Importers of thorough bred stock. nov22tf To Country Physicians. A FINE PAIR OF SADDLEBAGS, nearly new; 20 ground-stoppered two-ounce bottles, and apartments for more bolt Us and Instruments. Price, $10. Address " y," HtK ald office. wtf-nvll FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MOLD REPORT. San Francisco, Decen>i»cr it Hold. 112. . ,„ Ureenbacks—Buying, Si; selling,*). •an Francisco Markets- By Telegraph. San Francisco. December l>. FLOUR—S4 OOV> i:. WHEAT—SI Uml 55. BARLEY—II 3B«*l 1W OATS —$1 SMI 60. RYE-SI 12}... HAY-$1O0$1«. WOOI,-I.V9VOe. ONIONS—7Sc®V ,J --CORN—SI 40i<*l 4\ BEANS—2 l 4 05c. HOPH-.H>.»:«He. COTTON—SI 4%. POTATOES—BI 50@>1 V,. SWEET POTATOES—SI 2".. B U TT E R—4oosoc. CHEESE-ISOI7C rik.s-tisaeskc. per doz. PEACHES—*IOI 75 V box. APPLES-slosl 75 y box. FIOS—37OSOc. y ft- HONRY—2Oa27c. » ft. B ACON-14H@17c. Wholesale Market. PROVISIONS, Ki.oi;k- 0ni0n5..... Extra** bbl...s Nails,¥ keg... 6to Superfine 5 00c<*5 50 r"Ruy- Bacon, «ft 17918 Caff'd * dos 450 Hams:.*. . 15018 Ass'd Jellies... I 5005 00 Lard 16017.S Dribb- Sugar— Applesoft-. Crushed 11% Peaches Island No. 1 10 Grapes Coffee 20 Potatoes, yctll .»0,2 00 Corn,-*cental 200 Salt— Barley 1 Ot) Common.... 150 Wheat 1 25 Liverpool,... 2 00 Butter, *ft 50 Candies, y ft... 18035 Cheese li% Candles 15g«lK Swiss Cheese.. 37% Brooms,*dos 59575 Codfish 9 Liquors, * esc 5(310 Salmon CioaßS— „ „ Mackerel 14 Dom'cV 1000 25060 Tea 37975 Imported do 1200200 " Green 100 Powder— starch 12>4 Minlng/t»kg 450 Tobacco. 50AI 00 Canned 7eosl Beans, y cwt.. 150 Fuse, yiOO ft.... «2 00 Retail Market. MEATS. Prime beef...„ 10012 c Second class t>oßc Prime mutton &sH2e Veal T2Ko Prime cattle JlSwto Good sheep $2*250 Chickens, per doz W@7 Ducks, per dos $IVW B0 Turkeys, per pound dressed 22025 c Geese, " *' " 25e Fresh Salmon, per lb 50075 c FRUITS. Oranges, per doz 75e Lemons, per doz 75050 c Dried apples, per tb 10c Dried pears, per ft 16c Dried peaches, per ft 15c Fresh tomatoes y ft 1 lc Btrlng beans, y ft 6c Green Corn, y doz 10c Apples, y box 101 50 Pears, y hundred 50075 c Watermelons, y dozen 101 50 Pomegranates, y doz 37% c F-esh orranberries, V gallon $100 Walnuts, <r ft ISKc Figs, V doz 15c Muscat grapes, "fl ft 5c Flaming Tokay, " 5c Malaga, * lb 5c Black Mission, * ft l%c VEGETABLES. Turnips, per lb 4c Cabbage, per ft 4 Carrots, per 100 ft $1 50 Radishes, per doz 5c Lettuce, per head 3c GROCERIES. COFFEE—Mocha 62% c Java _ - 37y,c Costa Rica _ 2oc TEAS—Black SOeOSI 00 Japan «l%ciasl Oo Green - - 75005 100 Butter,™ ~ - 50c Egsrs, per doz 50c Cheese, per lb 20030 c Brown sugar 10V4raI2!^c Refined sugar - 13>-£ol4c Strained honey —— 8012'4c Canvassed hams 20c Extra family fiour, y bbl M CO Superfine ~ «. $5 50 Graham *7 00 Mixod feed y 100 lbs SI 26 Cracked corn y 100 lbs SI ,50 Cornmeal $2 50.'0.2 75 Pearl barley y lbs 6%0 Spilt peas 0> ? c Syrup, per Keg, 5-gal 3 •* WINES. Cucamongo, y gal, 4 yrs $1 00 Port wine, " " 1 25 Angelica, " " 125 Walnut brandy, f. gal 3 50 Salnsevaln wine bitters, y gal 1 25 Cal white wine, y gal. 5 yrs 7o Aguadieute, y gal. 3 yrs 1 78 MISCELLANEOUS. -150 - CASES OF Holiday Goods Have Just Arrived at the DOLLAR STORE OF DUNSMOOR BROS., Consisting of tlie most beautiful collection of Vases, Mantle, Smoker and Cologne Sets. Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, CARD AND CIGAR CASES. Brackets, Wall Pockets, Hat and Towel R.\( es, AND TOYS In an endless variety. Also, DOLLS of every kind, with children's Furniture Hets, Tea Mete, WiKont, Wheelbarrows, < iirts. Baby Carriages, CarryallH GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY. A good assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Fail and Winter FURNISHING GOODS, And a full line of Crockery. Glass Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Constantly on hand. All of which will be sold at as low tlgures as can POSSIBLY afford in this city. On account of our limited room, we advise our friends to make their purchase of Holiday goods previous to Christmas wetk, in order to avoid the it l si I at NO. 102 MAIN STREET, Opposite the Court House. Je23 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CENTINELA * LAND COMPANY. SIX MILES FROM LOS ANGELES. The Home of the Orange and the Lemon. AUCTION SALE —O F — TOW Pi t-OTS —AN D — 5, 10. 20 and 40 Acre Farms, WILL COMMENCE ON Monday, January 18, 75, AT 12 O'CLOCK M., AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS. The sale will take place on Ihe Rancho. Parties desiring to purchase SHOULD BE ON THE GROUND a few days prior \* the sale, In order to EXAMINE THE PROPERTY. Title, UNITED STATES PATENT. Situation. "Centinela," with tho addition of the "Sau sal Redondo," contains 25,000 acres. Tbe boundary of the Rancho commences three and a ha"lf miles from the city limits of Los Angeles, and extends tothe Pacific Ocean. Topography. "Centinela" is madeupof one broad, level, fertile valley of over twenty thousand acres, and beautiful fertile rolling lulls near the ocean. Soil. The soil Is an exceedingly fertile loam, and is, without exception, the richest and most productive in Southern California. Its vicin ity to the ocean Insures a crop without irriga tion. Excellent wlieet has been raised for the last two years upon the hills adjoining the ocean. This whear field contains 1,000 acres and covers the lightest soil upon the Rancho. There is no alkali or barren land. Semi-Tropical Fruits. There aro a few bearing orange anil lime trees upon the Centlnela, ami the fruit they produce Is of the largest and finest quality. There Is an orchard containing 0,000 orange trees three years old, and 1,700 almond, lime and lemon trees. The almond, lime und lemon trees will bear fruit in 1575. The or ange trees will bear in five years. There are 7,000 three-year-old orange trees In the nur sery near the orchard. Fig, pepper and gum trees grow without Irrigation. Toe entire or chard can be taken care of by three men with six horses. Tlie orchard will be kept undi vided by the company to save tlie expense of each shareholder having a few trees to lake care of. Kach share will entitle the owner to about 15 trees in the orchard and about the same number in the nursery. The almond, lime and lemon trees will yield an Immedi ate return. In live years each orange tree will produce S2O per annum, or S,!00 per share for those now planted. There are flowers in the garden in bloom every day in the year. Sheep. A flock of about 14,000 Sheep Will be kept undivided, to save expenses to the share holders. This will give about thirty sheep to each share. The sheep will produce, in In crease and wool, over £2 each yearly, over ex penses. They will be grazed upon outlying and unsold lands of the company. Tlie "no fence " law Is in force in Los Angeles county. Climate. The climate of tho Centinela is, without ex ception, the linest and most equable in the world. It varies but little throughout the venr. The mean temperature is about6odeg. The mercury falls but little below (io deg. in Winter and rises but little above (10 deg.-in Summer. You sleep under one pair of blan kets nnd with your bed-room window open every night in tlie year. Agriculture. The soil of the Centinela is admirably adapted (brail kinds of grain, vegetables ami fruit. Water. The Centlnela creek rises upon the rancho ami runs through the northern portion of the tract. It affords an abundance of clear spring water. Tho source of the Centinela creek ConsUts of several natural artesian springs, showing thai artesian water can bo obtained by boring. The Town. A square l.iilo is laid off at an eligible point on the tract, with lots 25x140; avenue IOU feel and Streets 80 feet wide. A stream of water can he brought in so as to supply every lot with crystal, cool, sweet water. Provision will be made for a College and Farm School. A large lot will be set apart for each relig ious denomination. A block will also be given for tho erection of a large hall by the different Fraternal,firange and Temperance Societies. Fare. Parties desiring to visit tiie land should take steamer from san Francisco to Los An geles; fare. Sl2. By Inquiring nt Temple ,t Workman's Bank, In Los Angeles, thevwill be directed to the Rancho. Apply to Wm. 11. MAIiTIN, General Agent California Immigrant Union, &M Calliornla street, San Francisco, bet. Montgomery streets; to TUMBLE A WORKMAN, Bankers, or Gen. SHIELDS, Los Angeles; or O. L. ABBOTT,Corresponding Secretary State Grange Immigrant Aid Association, Santa Barbara. P. S.—A second sale will take place on the Rancho, commencing on MONDAY, the Nth of March, ISTi. Further information will be furnished by the officers and Directors of the Centlnela Land Company of Los Angeles, who are: F. P. F.TE.M PLE, President; P.P.HOWAED Vice-President; J. S. SLAUSON, Los Angeles County Bank, Treasurer; W. H.J, BRoi IKS. Secretary: .1. M. GRIFFITH, of Griffith, Lynch <fc Co., Los Angeles- General .1. M. shields, Lot Angeles: o. w. cm I.lis, Los Angeles; D. FREEMAN, on the Rancho. ue2 W. H. J. BROOKS, Secretary. ENDORSEMENT OF THE HON. J. ROSS BROWNE. Han Fhancisco, November2B,lB7l. Wm. H. Martin, General Agent California Immigrant Union—Dour Sir:—l have Just vis ited the "Centlnela and Saueul Redonda" Itancho, and driven overtlio land described in your advertisement. With all my experience in the southern part of California, I have seen not li Ing to surpass this trim in fortuity of soli beauty of location, and advantage of easy ac cess and salubrity of climate. For purposes of colonization, I know of no large body of land so near a growing commercial centre*, In Cali fornia or elsewhere, to equal it. No part of It Is unavailable for farms, orchurds or home steads. It can hesubdivided into lots ranging from five acres to several uunered acres and every acre of It can be made- productive. Water Is abundant and convenient. Tlie land is subject to easy Irrigation; and lean vouch for the fact that It will produce anything that flourishes In Los Angeles or Saiita Barbara counties. It Is my confident opinion that the value of shares In this magnificent tract will bo quadrupled within two years—such is the extraordinary Influx ot immigration to the vielnityof Los Angeles at the present time. Wishing yon success In your undertaking, I am, very truly yours, J. Ross Bnowxn. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNJTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors lo Dotter «% Lora), Havo. now tho Largest Stock over brought hero. 11.n.-jii.a received v large lot directly fiom the East, and cordially Invite Hip pn!>.i." to examine their goods and prleo same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, K.tc. rCtc. EM •• SHlney Lacey, (Willi Hotter & Bradley), s still soiling everything in above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Aro still Agents ror the «-liO\'l-Gl£ Ac BAKMK ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR INow tixitl DisTtittOt aiitl Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bis Red Chair. tflO The Steams Ranches. AI,t'REI> KOIiIXISON, Trustee. 542 Market Street, Kan Francisco, t'a|. QA nfir. ACRES OF LAND kJ KJ•\J\J\J for sale, in lots to suit, suitable tor the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Bye, Barley, Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., nnd also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable for Dairying. (Hood water is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surlace. On almost every acre ef this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and tlie more ele vated portions can be irregated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally inwist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TE it MS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and three years, with 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure in showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are invited to come nnd see this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 21,1873. inrS-tf—7 Wew Drug Store! 1 > 1-- % . <jl c] Gloll HAS OPENED, AN EXCELLENT DltlTG Store, well assorted with the best medi cines, which he constantly receives by every steamer from tlie famed house of .Messrs. Reddlngton, Hostettor & Co., San Francisco. This new Drug Store recommends itself to all the inhabitants of Los Angeles in general, as also to tho many friends of Dr. V. Gelcich, wlio have not forgotten the celebrated Flazu Drug Store, which has now been removed to Eort St., bet. Third & Fourth. The Doctor also recommends the services of the experienced chemist and apothecary who attends his drug store. ALL THE MODERN LANGUAGES Are spoken and prescriptions are compound ed witli great oaru and accuracy BOTH 15 VY AND NIGHT. sept-stf PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE PROBATE COURT of the County of Los Angeles. State of California.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned adminis tratrix of the estate ol Thomas A. Mayes, de ceased, to tlie creditors of, and all persons having claims against tlie said deceased, to exhibit, them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the llrst publication ot this notice, to the said admlmstartrlx, at the otlice of her attorneys, Messrs. Whiting & King, in Downey block, in the City of Los Angeles,oral her residence In El Monte, Cal ifornia. .MARY A. MAYES, Administratrix of tho estate Of Thos, A. Mayes, deceased. Dated at El Monte, California, this 2sth day of November, A. D. 1874. decldlw4* LOOKTOYOUR FIRE! GREAT REDTJCTIUN 0 O JL. Tull From $24 to $18, $20 and $22, According to quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent) COAL YARD, 1 onier of Spring and Court streets, I.OS ANGELES, CAI.. Sep3 WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial. Suits mude to order for Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A line stock of imported and domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hainL Also, it tine stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &-c, &c, &.c, Ac, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture, kept In stock and made up in the best style of the tailoring art. PFEIFFENBERGER .v SHAUER. sepl-tf Los Nietos Mills, D.C.Wilson, Proprietor. FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND IN SUFFICIENT quantity to sypply the market. Ground Feed a Specialty. All orders from customers promptly filled. This mill has recently been refitted, and had sufficient capacity to grind S.OOO POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY. oct22-2m« UNION STABLES, IHA.IIV BTTEtni r. (Neir/oe in-- ! i., ASKI,. fit HEWITT, PROPRIETORS. branches, is ready t^^Ss^^S^^^G^^^ accommodate Hie public in tbe best manner. The Capacity of t hls stable Isgrcater Until lhat of any other in Southern California, Horses and Buggies and Carriages, with careful drivers, to let by the day or week. Horses boarded and groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Respectfully solicit a share of public pal rons age, pledging in return attention to business and a determination to satisfy llielr custom ers. ootMtf BiofiETf HINX." NEW LOS AIVGISLES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends and tlie public generally, that 1 havo engaged one of the very best WaTOHMAKBBI Direct from .Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persons having watches or clocks to repair will pleatse give me atrial and Judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, tofiOO assorted articles, for sale ehenp, at C. DCCOHMI'ITS, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No. SO. myBm-2 LA CRONICA, pUBLTSHED BY E. F. TEODOLT. The only Spanish Newspaper IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Published every Wednesday aud Saturday mornings. Office in Temple's New Block, Spring street, opposite the Court-house. It has a large circulation In the State ol Cal ifornia, tho Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico, ajad Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central and Soutli America, and Spain. * fc lj» Croiiioa" commends Itself to the Advertisers who may wish to bring their business before the Span ish-speaking people nnd numerous population of different nationalities, on the Pacific Coast. Advertising; Rates Very Reasonable. nßsritiPTlONS—One Year, $6; Six Month. ,•> ut, Tbree Months, 12. nOW HOTELS. BOARDING HOUSE. I HAVE FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA tions for board and lodging, with Newly Furnished Rooms, and tables supplied with Hie best tlie market affords. Terms:—S3 50 per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALISO STREET, near Aliso Store. sepl3tf PICO HOUSE, LOS ANGELES, CAL. JjMRST CLASS HOTEL, FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS. Centrally Located-Frontage on Three Streets. Tho BEIBT Table, Tbe BEST Rooms, Tbe BEST Accommodations. 0c23-tf—s CHAS. KNOWLTON, Frop'r LAFAYEHE HOTEL" IVeM r Throiig-hout THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO inform the traveling publicthut this well known house has been THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REBUILT THROUGHOUT, and now offers accommodations equal If uot superior to any other house in Los Angeles. SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE. The Eating Department will be conducted with especial care novitf—6 MEDICAL. THE PEOPLE NOW jHL eal i z © Wli;i t "\rEARs OF OBSERVATION AND EX JL perlenee have demonstrated; that no physician In general practice can give to CHRONIC diseases the time und Investigation necessary to Insure perfect success. I have, therefore, decided to make a specialty of nil Chronic Diseases, ]ttetli<;u.l Hiii'sgloul, And am prepared to give the most careful study to each case, and to treat diseases in tlie most scientific manner. I furnish the purest drugs, and all the latest and best Med ical and Surgical appliance*, and devote my time, skill and medicine to the relief of the afflicted, at reasonable prices. A little over one year's practice in Los An geles, as well as the many warm expressions and acts of gratitude ou the part of those I have treated, has satisfied me that my ser vices are appreciated. References; my patients. Office: Nos. 57 & 58, Temple Block. Entrance on Main street, and between Tem ple B ink and Portugal's store, second floor. CONSULTATIONS FREE. Office hours, 10 to 12 a.m. and Ito ."> p.m. At other times by special appointment. J. H. LEAL, M. D. READ THE FOLLOWING: SATISFACTORY. San QABBMXi, April 20,1871. My little boy, over two years old, has suf fered terribly for more than a year from ob struction of the urinary organs. All means of relief seemed unavailing, until I was ad vised to consult wit li Dr. LEAL of Los Angeles. After a critical examination lie found and re moved a stone from tlie uretha weighing five grains. Immediately relief followed, and my child is now well. W. .1. JONES. Gratitude. Grateful, not only forentire relief from terri ble suffering of seven years' standing, bnt a perfect cure of internal piles by an operation scarcely moro painful than my dally suffer ings before the operation. I feel It a duty I owe to those similarly affiicted to give this tes timonial ofthe skillful and efficient treatment of DR. .1. H. LEAL, of Los Angeles. Dr. Leul's success is more highly appreciated from the fact that several ol the prominent physicians of Los Angelas had treated me without under standing my disease, and of course without success. ISABEL MARTIN. San G auri el, March 11,1871. To the Afflicted. Exchange Hotel, i Wilmington, March ,'IU, 1874. f Having suffered severely with chronic In flammation of the eyes, I had determined to go to San Francisco for treatment, when I was referred to DR. LEAL.ofLos Angeles. Under his euro for a single week my eyes are perfectly well, and now my sight Is better than It has been for the past ten years. nurMbnw w*. Mcgilliveray. " There Is a pleasure In the pathless woods— There Is a rapture on the lonely shore— There Is society, where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music in its roar." , PRINTINC THE HERALD J O B PRINTING OFFICE SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THK CO IKT HOUSE, LOS ANGELES, attention of tlie DUftinett oom - in unity of laih Angeles city nnd county Is invited to the facilities of this office for cxc cuting every description of BOOK • JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner In which a great part of tho Job Printing in Southern California has hitherto been executed, tlie proprietors of this establishment have deter mined to Institute a new order of things in his business. A NEW POWER PRESS (the first to roach this far south on the Pacific Coast), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or 111 colors, is already running, and driven by STEAM POWER, which Is also attached to their new and ELEGANT Job Presses. Tho facilities for turning out work will thus be equal to most and superior to many otlice in Sun Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK IN E W r "V jF» E AND MATERIAL. of the most modern designs and approved Eastern manufacture, his been selected. And it Is intended so to equip and lurnUli this de partment with THE BEST PRESSES, THE FINEST TYPE, AND THE MOST MODERN APPLIANCES, AS TO XAKKTHB HERALD JOB OFFICE THE MOST COMPLETE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Thoy have engaged as foreman of this de partment, one of tho most experienced Hook and Job Printers in the country ; aud the presses will be superintended by a Skilled Pressman from one of the largest offices In New England. PAMPHLETS Will be printed from Now Type, and the greatest cure exercised to Insure accuracy an freedom from typographical error*. POSTERS St HANDBILLS Plain or in colors, executed at very short no tice and displayed iv the best manner. BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, STATEMENTS, B ' LL HEA ° S LETTER HEADS, BALL CARDS WEDDING CARDS, VISITING CARDS. INVITATIONS, ETC. Of this class of work we shall make a spe cialty, aud Intend that noUilng of the kind shall equal us in this section. BANK CHECKS, DRAFTS, NOTES, DEPOSIT CHECKS BOOK HEADINGS, STOCK CERTIFICATES JCTO. Printed iv a superior manner, on plain writ ing paper, or on Bond aud Bank Note Paper lv black or colors. CARDS IN GOLD AND COLORS. We shall oay particular atteutlou to BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS, ABSTRACTS, ETC., Which will be printed in the Old Style Type now so universally in favor, and which we have procured specially for this class of work. We shall also be provided for the printing oi LEGAL BLANKS, OFFICIAL FORMS AN'l DOCUMENTS. CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES, BILLS OF FARE, TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS, AUD KVKKY VAKIKTY OF GENERA JOB PRINTING PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. HERALD Job Printing House, LOS ANGELES. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SUMMONS. IN the DMTRICT court Of Tin: SKA - enteenthJudicial District of the stated California, in and for the county Ol LOS An geles.—T. J. arider. plaintiff, against 8. R»Grl der,defendant. Action brought In the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District ol tlie State of California, In and lor tl ounty of Ixis Angeles, and the complaint filed In said oounty of Angeles, in toe office ofthe Clerk of said District Court. Th" people of the state of California send greeting to S. H. (irlder, defendant: You are hereby required toappearln an action brought against you by the aDovofnamed plaintiff In the District Court of the Seventeenth .Indicia! District of the State of California, in and I'm, the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten IIa.VS ic\ clnslve of the day of service) alter the service on yon of this summons- it served within this OOUnty: or, If served out of this county, I ul in this District,wit bin twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to tlie prayer of said complaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of tills court dissolving the bonds of matri mony between yourself gild the plaintiff here in and for general relief. Kciorence is had b» complaint for particulars, And you arc hereby notified dial if you tail to appear and answer tin' said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to lie entered and will appl} to the Court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. -. Given under my hand nnd thoseal i iof the District Court ofthe Beven , s, " u ' f icenUi Judicial District of the Stute i—,—' of California. In and for the county of Los Angeles, this 25th day of September, in the yeorol our Lord one thousand eight hun dred nnd seventy-lour, A. W. POTTs, Cleric, By C. W. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. j."b. Hoi.i.away, Att'y ihr Plff. nvWinv SUMMONS. fJJ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SI \ JL enteenth Judicial District of the State of California, in anil for the county of Los Ange las—Luisa J. Corbett,plair.tiff, against Edward N. Corbett, defendant. Action brought in the District Court ofthe Seventeenth Judicial District oi the Htato of Callforn'a, In ami for the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint tiled in said county of Los Angeles, in the OltlceOf the Clerk of said District Court. The people of tlie State of California send greeting to Edward N. Corbett, defendant. You are hereby required to appear iv an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the state ol Califor nia, iv an.l lor the county of I.os Angel,s, and to answer tlie complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day Of service) after 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 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 plaintiff nnd defendant be dissolved; that the custody of the two minor children of plaintiff and defendant be awarded to plain till' and tbut she have general relief. Refer ence Is hail to complaint for particulars. Aud you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to be entered and will apply to tie Court lor the relief demanded in the complaint. —i Hven under my band nnd the Seal j' I oi the District court of the seven -jsic.u. I teenth Judicial District of the Slate lof California, in and for the county r «— r— « of Los Angeles, tills lath day of Octo ber,in tbe year.of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-lour. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By C. W. GOUI.D, Deputy Clerk. Howard A Hons. Plff'S Att'y. oct-lti-2ru-w Dissolution of Copartnership. THE PARTNERSHIP LATELY EXlST ing between the undersigned, Carl Her berger and Jacob Johannsen, Is hereby dis solved by mutual consent, CARL HERBEROER. JACOB JOHANNSEN. This Los Angeles, December 2, 1871. Tlie undersigned,.!. Johannsen,AV. F. Gros ser nnd H. Grosser, have formed a partner nership in the business of upholstering and cabinet making. As successors to the late firm of Herberger A Johannsen we will settle tbe debts and collect the credits of tbe late tlrni. lACOB JOHANNSEN. Wm. F. GROSSER, HERMAN GROSSER. This Los Angeles, December 2, 1871. ASSESSNII^ LOS A NOBLES:, CAI.., I November 18,1874. J The 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 the IBlh day of November, 1874, an assessment of five dollars and fifty cents (8550) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corpora tion, payable on or before the 15th day of De cember,'lB7l, to the Treasurer. F. P. F. Tem ple, at the banking house ol Temple & 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 the 2d day of January, 187a,at the office of the Company, Room 48 Temple Block, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ISAAC AY. LOUD, Secretary. Office: Los Angeles City, California, novU 4w NOTICE. •VrOTU'E IS HEREBY (HVEN THAT Mr. Santiago Carrillo will apply to tlie Commen Council at its session of December 10, lsTl.for-u deed to the following described lot of land: Commencing at the northeast corner of the tract of T. W. Temple on the south side of Ihe road, running from the east end of the bridge on the east side of the river and running south Ul" east 1 lift chains; thence south 82K 5 east 11,75 chains; thence south lO cas- 51 links; thence south ll 1 .," west 1.82 chains; thence north 82.V west 450 chains; them c ■OUth7Sk 8 West 1.60 chains; thence south 81° W. 1.41) chains; thence south Ii 8" W. 4 chains lo the corner of T.AV. Temple's fence,bounding his lot; thence alongthe land of T. W. Tem ple north 19V$Swest8.60 chains; thence north 18K*east3.15chains; thence north 5" west 4.85 chains io place of beginning, containing tl 30-100 acres. Any person objecting to the granting of said petition must file his objection, if any lie lias, at least one day prior to the meeting of tho said Common Council. M. KREMER, de,l td Clerk of Com. Council. Assessment Notice. CO-OPERATIA*E NURSERY AND FRUIT Company of Los Angeles county.—Loca tion of principal place of business, Los Ange les, California. Notice la hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors held in tills city on the 2.'id day of October. 1874, an assessment (No. 1) of ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE was levied upon the capital stock of said company, payable on the Ist day of November. 1874, in United States gold coin, to tlie Secretary at the olllee ofthe Company, No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on tho Ist day of December, 1874, will be declared delinquent and advertised for sale nt public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874, to pay delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of I he Board. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. Dated October 34, 1874. 0c25 td GUARDIAN SALE. IN THE PROBATE COURT of Los Angeles County, State of California, in the matter of the estate of A'ict .ir M. Clement and Marie Clementine Clement, minors — Notice is here by given that the undersigned guardian ol said minors will, in pursuance of an order ol suid Court, sell at private sale, on or after the 20th day of December, A. D. 1874, tho following described real estate belonging to the .estate of said minors, to-wit: Lots 7 and Bin block 41, und lot 8 In block 42, ot Ords survey of the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, state of California. Bids will be received iv tho City of Los Angeles, at the office of V. E. Howard ,V. Sons, Attorneys at Law, No, 11 Temple liloek. J. B. BON, Guardian ofthe estates of Victor M.Clem ent and Mario Clementine clement, minors. Los Angeles, Nov. 3otb, 1874. decltd PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Francis P. Atkinson, deceased.—Notice Is hereby given Unit Charles J. Ellis, tlie Ad ministrator of the esUdo of Francis P. Atkin son, deceased, has tiled In tho Probate Court of the county of Los Angoles, State of Califor nia, his final account us such Administrator. Said account Is presented for final settlement and said estate is ready for distribution. Whereupon the Judge of said Court lias ap pointed the 28tn day of December, A. D. 1874, at 10 o'clock A. K*i at Ihe court-room of said Court, as tlie time and plnce forthe settlement of said account and the distribution of said estate. Dated November 21, 1871. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By E. 11. Owi n, Deputy. nv2B wst