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wf:i)m:si)ay', jan. c, 1875.
ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, first
Insertion, and twkntv-wvk cents per .Square
for each Subsequent insertion.
The following postal changes went Into op
eration, July Ist, 1S7I: All publications are
tree of postage to subscribers In the county in
which they are published, Hooks ami pack
ages of merchandise, to tlie weight of four
pounds, can be sent by mall at the rate of one
cent for every two Utftiees or fraction over.
Tied packages may be entirely enclosed.
Some portion of sealed packages must be
opened for inspect ion.
Mr. Saxe has disposed of all but two
of his thoroughbred bulls.
"Sheet and pillow case" sociables
tire the rage in San Diego.
The shipments from Downey yes
terday consisted of 171 sacks of corn.
Last week Germain & Co. shipped
20,000 pounils of honey to San Fran
Mr. Signoret is tearing down the old
buildings in the rear of his line block
on Main street.
The turn-table at Anaheim was
placed yesterday, and work on the
side tracks is about completed.
The first sale ofthe Centinela Land
Company lias been postponed from
the 18th inst. to the 15th of February
"Good whisky and tolerable water"
w as the sign that a visitor bad painted
here the other day, for his saloon in
On New Year's Day the good peo
ple of Anaheim gave to tlie laborers
on the construction of tlie railroad a
barrel of beer and several boxes of
choice cigars.
Gabe Allen, the well known butcher,
has purchased a thoroughbred bull,
tbe " United States,'-' from tlie Saxe
Brothers. The bull was a year old
last Christmas and weighs 708' pounds.
The people of San Bernardino are
jubilant over the rumor that inside of
six weeks work will be commenced on
tbe extension of tlie railroad from
Spadra to that town. They anticipate
mil communication with Los Angeles
by next May.
A branch office of Wells, Fargo &
Go's Express is to be established, with
in a few days, at Riverside, with
Messrs. Lyons A; Rosenthal] as agents.
The express matter will be carried on
Robinson's stages.
Yesterday a car load of material was
forwarded from here to Spadra for the
erection of suit*hie buildings for a new
restaurant and saloon. Messrs. Osborn
«fe Robinson will manage the estab
lishment, when completed and in op
Maria Antonia Villa de Reyes yes*
terday made affidavit before Judge
Trall'ord against Henry Nienieyer,
charging him with a misdemeanor, in
cutting down timber and destroying
fences on her ranch.
Last night, about 0 o'clock, an un
known horseman Bred several shots
from his revolver ou Spring street. A
foot policeman tried to catch the fel
low, but (ailed to make even time
with the horse.
A suspicious character, named H. L.
Wilson, just in from Arizona, was
yesterday sent up for twenty days by
Judge Traftbrd, for stealing a bucket,
worth about one dollar, from Tohin a
A Chinaman yesterday reported to
the police that on the previous eve
ning, about dusk, he had been way
laid just east of the city limits, felled
to the ground and robbed. He said
ids assailant was a •'d —d Melican
man," but could furnish no clue to
There was quite a large meeting of
Christians, of all denominations, at
tlie prayer meeting held last night at
the Fort street Methodist Church. At
the prayer meeting to be belt! at the
same place to-night, the following
will be tlie objects for prayer: For pa
rents and children, teachers and guar
dians; for schools and colleges; for
the Christian ministry; for Young
Men's Christian Associations; and
Sunday Schools.
Yesterday Judge Gray required T.
C. Wallace, who killed Andrew Neil
son at San Gabriel, on the 29th ult., to
give bond iv tlie sum of $1,500, for his
appearance to answer to any charge
that may be preferred against him by
the next grand jury. He gave the re
quired bond and was released from
custody. The defendant and his son
were the only ones present at tlie
killing, and they declare that the act
was done in self defense.
Board of Supervisors.
Tlie Board of Supervisors was again
in session yesterday, and tbe follow
ing proceedings were bail:
As to the bills of tlie Coroner, the
opinion of the District Attorney being
gifen, it was ordered that where there
is property belonging to the deceased
person, the costs of tbe inquest shall be
paid from that property, and that in
other cases ihe bills shall be paid by
the county.
It was ordered that the road between
lands of F. P. Bacon and Gen. Stom
lnan et al., be opened according to the
report ofthe road committee, made at
$ the June meeting ofthe Board.
' A petition was received from the
janitor of tlie Court House, asking an
increase of salary from $00 to $75 per
month. Ordereif that $75 per month
be paid until May Ist, 1875, and that
after that, date the pay be SCO per
. month.
Action concerning the proposed
bridge across the Desechos creek, near
San Juan Capistrano, was postponed
until to-morrow.
A petition was received for a change
in the boundaries of La Dow school
district —action postponed until to
Petition of Jus. Ventwistlo et. al.,
for change in public road in Los An
geles township read, but action post
poned until consent of land owners
concerned is obtained.
Adjourned until this (Wednesday)
morning at 10 o'clock.
Criminal Statistic*.
The Sheriff of Los Angeles county
reports that sixty-five convicts were
sent to the State Penitentiary from
this county from March, 1872, to Janu
ary, 1873, and thirteen insane to the
Asylum at Stockton. Nine were sent
to San Quentiu f or murder, seven for
manslaughter, three for murderous as
saults, two for rape, one for forgery,
two for embezzlement, one for may
hem, aud tho others for larceny and
During the name period 514 arrests
were made by the Sheriff anil his dep
uties, for the following crimes and
Murder 9
Assault with latent lo murder ■. 32
Manslaughter 5
Grand larceny 7:1
Burglary 4 1
ltobhery 22
Korgery 4
Embezzlement 1
Obtaining money under falsi' pretences 5
Threatening to do bodily harm it)
Accessory to murder 2
Assault Willi deadly Weapon ti
Arson 4
Mayhem 1
Infanticide 1
Raps 7
Vbdi'ctlon 1
Desortlon £
Felony 1
Mutiny 2
Passing counterfeit money 2
Forgery 4
M Isdemeanor 46
Petit larceny 105
Vagrancy 4
Malicious mischief. IS
Resisting an officer 4
i dsturblng the peace 4
Assault ami battery 62
Trespass 2
i n sanity :n
Panamint Notes.
On the last day of the year the Chi
namen employed at Panamint were
told to "take a walk."
The reported killing of six men at
Panamint was without foundation.
H. A. Jones lias gone to San Fran
cisco with magnificent specimens of
ore from Jacobs' Wonder mine antl
tlie Hemlock mine.
At least one dozen buildings are in
process of erection, and many sub
stantial improvements are contem
plated in the Spring.
The foundation for the twenty stamp
mill is complete and the masonry will
soon be commenced.
Tlie average shipment from the
Wyoming mine is ten tons of sacked
ore per day.
City Treasurer Melius has his head
quarters In the County Clerk's otllce.
Mr. Cogswells, the eminent portrait
painter of Sau Francisco, arrived in
this city yesterday, on a visit to his
daughter, the wife of Mr. Rhodes.
Aniongthe late arrivals at Anaheim
are the following: Mr. C. Weltley, a
prominent merchant of Philadelphia;
E. H. Stanley, of Quebec, Canada; O.
C. Bills, F. A. Corwelle and James
Viles, of Boston. Several of these gen
tlemen expect to make investments in
Anaheim or vicinity.
The HERALD is in receipt of a copy
ofthe annual report upon the "Sur
veys and Harbor Improvements in
California," with the compliments of
Lieut. Seats, U. S. A. By the kind
ness of that gentlemen the Herald
published in its first of January re
view all facts of importance relative
to improvements, completed and con
templated, in Wilmington harbor.
County Physician's Report.
From tlie report made to the Board
of Supervisors, by Dr. J. P. Widney,
physician in charge of the l.os Ange
les County Hospital, for the three
months ending on the ."Ist of Decem
ber, IS7-1, the following items are
During the quarter 51 males and six
females were admitted to the hos
pital, and 75 males and 10 females
were under treatment during that
period. During the quarter 10 pt
tients died and 37 were cured and dis
charged, leaving 38 patients in the
hospital on the Ist of January, 1875.
The causes of death during the
quarter were as follows: Alcoholism,
1; paralysis, 2; phthisis, 4; aneurism,
1; inflammation of the bowels, 1; fever,
typho-malarial, 1.
Besides the cases admitted to the
hospital, a great many others have
been furnished medicines, aud medi
cal attendance, free, on condition that
they should furnish their own board.
Several cases, sent here directly
from the hospitals of other counties,
have been received for a few days, and
then furnished transportation to carry
them back to the counties where they
belong and are entitled to support. In
no case, however, has a citizen of this
county been sent away to become a
burden to another county.
At various times persons have ap
plied for admission to the hospital,
saying that they were citizens of Santa
Barbara county, but that when they
applied for relief in their own county
they were told that tliere was no pub
lic hospital in Santa Barbara county,
and that they must shift for them
selves. These poor persons told the
county physician, at the hospital
here, that they knew they hail no
claim upon Los Angeles county, but
that unless this county would charita
bly care for them, they would have to
die in the fields. From no other
county than Santa Barbara have such
complaints ever come. San Diego,
San Bernardino, Inyo—all care for
their own sick.
Many persons come here sick, remain
long enough to give them legal citi
zenship, and then apply for admission
to the County Hospital. This is a
manifest injustice for which it is dilli
cult to see a remedy. Some State leg
islation is much needed upon these
points, it is not just that one county
should bear the legitimate burdens of
another, because that other refuses to
do its duty toward its own indigent,
suffering citizens.
Tho Mines in Inyo County.
An old prospector gives tlie follow
ing particulars of the buried treasures
of Inyo county; and when the railroad
from Los A n gel es to Independence is
built, this entire region, so rich iv
mineral wealth, will be tributary to
tliis city:
Between Cerro Gordo and Panamint
have jus) been discovered the most re
markable deposits of carbonate ores
ever heard of. Panamint is " no
where" in comparison witli these new
discoveries, and the excitement over
them will be immense In the Spring.
The old miners in Inyo county are
wild with joy, and well may they feel
exultant, for In a bolt of less than 100
miles lies the Eclipse mining prop
erty, near Independence) held iv Lon
don, England, and valued tit $2,000,000;
then there is Cerro Gordo, with the
Union mine, the owners of which re
fused $1,50(1,(1(10, and two other mines
in Cerro GordO, bold in New York, of
equal value with the Union; of the
Panamint region, with its many val
uable mines, and its thousands of
miners already on the ground, all are
acquainted; quicksilver discoveries Of
great richness are daily being made;
antl/.lastly, these new mines at Coso,
richer and more extensive and more
accessible than any. Well may Inyo
county lay claim to being tbe richest
mineral county in the State.
The California Immigrant Union.
The report of the operations during
the year 1871 of tlie Immigrant Union
will be a favorable one, although its
operations were seriously curtailed by
the failure to secure an appropriation
from the State. The California Re
porter, just received, says:
Tlie business has been conducted
with Commendable energy by the Gen
eral Agent, W. H. Martin, who has
succeeded in disseminating ti wonder
ful amount of Information concerning
our resources, ' and the advantages
which California offers to men not
afraid to labor, At tlie olliee of the
Union, California street, just below
Kearney, the inquirer will always
meet a cordial welcome, and every fa
cility aflorded to aid in his selection
of such a location as his means or in
clination may prompt. Largely by
the influence ofthe Union, and its fa
cilities for sending information to
every portion of our coast, the recent
subdivision and sale of the Lompoc
Rancho was effected; and it is now
engaged in a similar, enterprise In
connection with the Centinela and
Sausul Redondo Ranches, six miles
west of Los Angeles, by Which 25,000
acres of land will be cut up into small
farms, and placed at prices easily com*
passen by men of small means. The
first auction sale of property will take
place on the 15th of February, 1875.
Grand furors in County Court.
The following is the list of Grand
Jurors, for tlie January term of the
County Court, drawn yesterday in ac
cordance with the provisions of tlie
Code, in tlie presence of Judge O'Mel
Samuel Meyer, Los Angeles; W. K.
Hennlnger, San Gabriel; Frank
Baker,Jjba Angeles; Henry Bransoom,
Los Nietos; Charles Harter, Anaheim;
David F. Hall, San Gabriel; Romulo
Pico, San Fernando; Richard Hei
mann, Anaheim; Ben Harris, Los
Nietos; Jesse Hunter, Los Angeles;
George Fountain, Sau Juan; Joseph"
Devote, Compton; F. D. Hancock,
Los Nietos; J. F. Lewis, La Ballona;
J. H. Burke, Los Nietos; J. V. Dilly,
Los Angeles; Jacob Miller, Los An
geles; F. W. Gibson, El Monte; T. H.
Burdick, San Jose; John Bower, Los
Angeles; L. Lichtenbergcr, Los An
geles; E. W.Champlln,Anaheim; R.E.
Blakey, Azusa; J. It. Condon, San
The Late Silver Discoveries.
One of the HERALD'S many friends
ill San Fernando sends us the follow
ing particulars concerning the late
discoveries of silver quarts in that
section, witli the promise of "sonic
thing still more startling" at an early
San Fernando, Jan. 4th.
EDITOR HrRALD! Our prospecting
for cinnabar in this locality lias result
ed in the discovery of an exceedingly
rich deposit of silver-bearing rock
within twenty-live miles of Sau Fer
nando, 'flic ledge runs northeast by
southwest, and shows croppings in
that direction some 6,600 feet, while
it measures 1,200 feet in width. From
tests made to-day, by smelting in an
ordinary crucible, quite a large quan
tity of pure silver was obtained.
Some persons here of experience be
lieve tlie ore will assay $5(10 per ton;
others have placed it at $1,000. Noth
ing accurate can be given until an
assay of the ore is made. You may
expect to hear of something Startling
The Cinnabar Discoveries.
The following communication to
the HERALD needs no words of expla
Lyons' Station, Jan. 4th.
EDITOR HERALD: Having just re
turned from a highly successful tour,
through the neighboring mountains,
With ('apt. Kraszynski of this place,
and knowing that at all times the
HERALD is anxious to give its rentiers
the latest and most complete intelli
gence concerning the development of
the immense mineral deposits in this
county, 1 forward to you the following
information regarding the wonderful
discoveries of cinnabar lately made iv
tlie San Fernando region. Tlie ledge
in question bad been discovered and
located by the Captain some time
since, but upon re inspection and pros
pecting to-day, the immensity and
richness of the claims gave the hope
that another "Almadeii" has been
found. Parties at the station who ex
amined the ore antl contrasted the
same with some of the best specimens
of New Almadeii and Quiett Sabe,
pronounced the Captain's, specimens
far richer than either. The new dis
coveries have caused the Captain to
withdraw from all negotiations that
are now pending for tlie sale of part of
his Claims. A tunnel will be sunk
immediately, in order to further de
velop it. Plenty of wood and gootl
water to be had right on the grounds.
Will keep you posted, as the work pro
gresses. M.
At the People's Palace you get seven
towels for $1; table covers, all wool, at
$1 25; twelve yards calico for $1;
four spools of cotton (Brooks') for 25
cents. dll:2w
The best imported cigar for 25 cts.;
the best Imported cigar, three for 60
cts.; the best bit cigar in the city; the
best box of cigars for $1 50—at the
Palace Saloon cigar stand. j3:lm
Tlie jewelry manufactory of Messrs.
Fisher & Thatcher is making a great
many fine holiday goods such as dia
mond rings, studs and sleeve buttons,
gold chains, stone cameo and other
jewelry for ladies; also stone and fancy
rings of every description. 22-4t
Our assortment of gents' and boys'
clothing is complete. You can find
tlie latest style silk diagonal suits of
coats and vests; best quality silk vel
vet vests at the lowest prices, at the
People's Palace, 40 Main street, dl Mm
If you want tlie hest Oigars, tobacco,
cigarretas, etc., get them at tlie l'ulaco
Saloon oigsr stand, where ths Lest ill
the city can always bo found, day and
night. j3:lw
Three hundred and eighty Christ
mas presents have been given away at
tho People's Palace since the Ist of
December, antl 2,000 presents aro still
OH hand, one of which will he given to
each of those buying five dollars worth
of goods. dll:2w
The finest and best ti I ver-ware i n the
market at twenty per cent, cheaper
than ever before. A splendid assort
ment for the holidays at Fisher &
Thatcher's, 22-4t
Twenty-live hundred pennyweights
of tine * gold ohains of Eastern,
Stoi Francisco and Los Angeles make,
suitable for holiday presents at Fisher
it Thatcher's.
Holiday presents bought of Fisher &
Thatcher will be engraved free of
charge by the best engravers in the
country. -2-it
For a stylish hat, a nice pair of hoots
or gaiters, call at the People's Palace,
40 Main street. Ull:2w
Agency Liverpool aud London and
Ulobe Insurance Company. Assets, 421,00u,.
OW. Agency Stale Investment Insurance
Company, rlreand Marine. A-seis, latKUIOO,
a' Urodrlck's Monk Store, near tin I'otuotnec.
- y
If you desire to purchase the best
piaQOS for tlie lowest prices go to
Patrick's, Is'o. (it) Spring streel, and
buy a Decker, Dunham or Emerson
piano. 22 lw
Special Notices.
Moore's Restaurant.
Why, Mary dear, oh don'! you know
I am your husband, dear? aud If you will try
William Moore
Your Strength you 're sure to train?
Jle'll feed you with the very bent that grows
from our soil;
You'll Mud your health is gaining; try him -
its. worth your while.
The table is provided with lish, meat* and
Fruits of all kinds; vegelables tlie very best;
tea and coffee.
There you'll find pies aud pudding! plentiful;
Neat, clean and cheap At tbe Ban Francisco
Stands on Commercial street.
His beds, Mary,are beautiful; they will spi log
you sound asleep;
Anil If you were there by my side you would
not fret or weep,
for twenty-live cents you'll gel a meal you
never got before,
You'll see tlie visitors how they look that dine
at William Moore'!"
Tbere is a ladies' dining room connected with
Ihe house;
Polite and genleel waiters as lively as a
The ladies all enjoy themselves -young, old
and lair;
0 Mary, try it, and we'll go to stop tliere for a
a year.
The San Francisco Restaurant is'known all
And with its good proprietor Its equal can't
be found,
He's plain, kind, attentive—] menu to rich
aud poor.
The Sau Francisco Restaurant is kept by Wil
liam Moore.
If \ou have no appetite and feci delicate In
Oh, never mind the doctors - call on Mr. Moore
lie will give you inside living; you'l feel
sirong and (tout)
So lake your pills and powder* and throw
I hem all right out.
Moore's Itestaurant, on Commercial street,
is the proper place to go for a good meal, witli
a good cup ot coffee or lea to drink with it.—
There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific
coa<t where so many of tbe substantiate and
so many of the luxuries may l>t had lor els.
Dnit'l forget tbe place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been neaily tilled up for the accoiiiinodat ion
of ladies. JfMt
r.ANcnoFT * Thaykh, Real Estate Brokers,
No. 21 spring sired. City and i ounly Proper
ty nought, sold and (Exchanged. Loans ne
gotiated, money advanced on Real and Per
sonal securities'. Publishers ot tbe bos Ange
les Real Kstatc Reporter. declltf
W. C. HUGHKfI & Co.'s
Weekly Stage Line
For Panamint.
For passage or packages, enquire of R We
ber, or corner of Aliso and Alameda sheets.
BtS- The tide of Immigration is steadily set
ting in, and tlie first thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York Haisand buy
a new one of liksmhnii. They suy the,e Uno
comparison between tbe two.
Oo to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz
patrick, w hen you want a line suit of clothe*,
if you desire recommendation, ask any of
bis numerous customers, and yon win be
told that" Fit z." always does bis work well
giving lino work, good material and reasona
ble prices.
Kor bill posting, distribution of circulars,
programme!, cards, election announcements,
etc., leave orders w itli R. S. Walker, the only
and regular Hill Poster In the city. Office al
the Star otllce, or orders may be left at any of
the printing offices.
BOWLING Alley, Billiard and Oyster Saloon,
In tbe basement ofthe U.S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied hy the Cucamocga Wine
Depot, a Saloon Willi n first class stock of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, etc., etc , and the best
accommodation for customers, No charge
will he made to patrons for the use of Hill bird
tables and Alley. A lunch will be served in
Ihe evening. M F.LCIt F.RT A STOLL.
novtitl" Proprietors.
Silver and gold plating; electrotyplng: Ivory
nnd metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Locks, keys, seals and key-cheeks,stencil and
door-plates made lo order; knives and surgi
cal insttummts ground and saws Bled and set;
parasols and canes mended; musical instru
ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned
and mounted; model making and repairs on
all fancy work and machinery, from a pin to
a locomotive. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold and repaired. Come and see the
new sewing machine engine. Sewing Ma
chine Kxeliaiigi',.l;i Spring St. de.'tOll
I). A. Stern, now in San Francisco, will
shortly return to Los Angeles and establlsb a
second band furniture store on Aliso street,
in Rivara i Sanguiuetfi's block, fie has pur
chased a large slock of second hand furniture,
ot all descriptions. Including full sets and
everything in the furniture line. Jan 3-tf
FOR SALE.—Good locality, nan business
centre. Long leaae, low rent, and doing good
business, satisfactory reasons given for sel.
Unit. Fur further particulars address Box isu,
l'ogtolliee. dec2Mni
At the woll known
■prlng street, adjoining the Postotiice,
is ottering tobli Men da and the public in
general, the finest assortment of .Standard
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Hooks, Plain
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical lie
eanters, Writing iJesks, Portfolios,
Guitars, Violins, Aooordeons, Banjos,
Concertinas, Flutes,
And many other useful articles suitable for
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will he spared to meet the wants
Of tbe public, and I hope to merit a fair share
of patronage.
Corner of los Angeles anil Commercial Sts.
All kinds of cutting and tilting in the latest
style. dec2stf
The Home of the Orange and
the Lemon.
— OF —
— AND —
5. 10, 20 and 40 Acre Farms,
Monday, January 18, 75,
The mile will take place on tho Rancho.
Parties desiring to purohaM SHOULD BE ON
THE GROUND alßWdays prior ts the sale,
"Centinela," with the addition of tho "Sau
sal Kodondo," containii 25,001) acres. Tlie
boundary of tho Raucho commences three
and n half miles from the city limits of Eos
Angeles, and extends to the I'aclflc Oceau.
•'Centinela" in madeupof one broad, level,
fertile valley ot over twenty thousand acres,
and beautiful fertile rolling hills near the
The soil is an exceedingly fertile I.mm, 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 wheet has been raised for the
last two years upon tho hills adjoining the
ocean. This wheat field contains 1,000 acres
ami covers the lightest soil upon the Hancho.
Tliere is no alkali or barren land.
Semi-Tropical Fruits.
TUeroare a few bearing orange and lime
trees upon the Centinela, and the fruit they
produce is of the largest and finest quality.
There Is an orchard containing (1,000 orange
trees three years old, and 1,700 almond, Unte
and lemon trees. The almond, lime and
lemon trees will hear fruit in IST.".. The or
ange trees will hear In five years. There are
7,0011 three-year-old orange trees In the nur
sery near the orchard. Fig, pepper und gum
trees grow Without irrigation. The entire or
chard can he taken care of by three men with
six horses. The orchard will bo kept undi
vided by Ihe Company to save the expense of
each shareholder having a few trees to take
care of. Each share will entitle the owner to
about 15 trees In the orchard and about tin
same number In the nursery. The almond,
lime and lemon trees will yield an Immedi
ate return. In five years each orange tree wil I
produce $20 per minimi, or S.'iOO tier share for
those now planted. There are flowers in the
garden in bloom every day in the year.
Alter the lambing season In January the (lock
of sheep will number about 14,000 and they
will DC kept undivided, to save expenses lo
the Shareholders. This will give shout thirty
sheep to each share. The sheep will produce,
in increase and wool,over S2 each yearly.over
expenses. They will be grazed upon outlying
and unsold lands of the company. The "no
fence " law Is In force in Eos Angeles county,
tb supply every lot with crystal, cool, sweet
The climate of tha Centinela Is, without ex
ception, the finest and most equable in the
world. It varies but little thrsughout the
year. The menu temperature is about 00 deg.
The mercury falls but little below GO deg. in
Winter anil rises but little above 60 deg. In
Hummer. You sleep under one pair of blan
kets and With your bed-room window open
every night lv the year.
The soil of tho Centinela is admirably
adapted for all kinds of grain, vegetables and
The Centinela creek rises upon the rancho
and runs through the northern portion of the
tract. It affords an abundance of clear spring
water. The source of the Centinela creek
consists of several natural artesian springs,
showing that urteslau water can be obtained
by boring.
The Town.
A square mile is laid off at an eligible point
on the tract, with lots 25x140; avenue 100 feet
and streets SO feet wide.
A stream of water can be brought in so as
to supply every lot with crystal, cool, sweet
Provision will he made for a College and
Farm .School.
A large lot will lie set apart for each relig
ious denomination. A block will also be
given for the erection of a largo hall hy the
different Fraternal, Orange and Temperance
Parties desiring to visit the land should
take steamer from Han Francisco to Ens An
geles; fare. (12. P.y Inquiring at Temple A
Workman's bunk,in Eos Angeles, they will
be directed to the Rancho.
Apply to
Win. 11. MvYIiXIIN,
General Agent California Immigrant Union,
5114 Calilornia street, Kau Francisco, bet.
Montgomery streets; to
TEMPI,K A WORKMAN, Bankers, or Ocn.
SHIELDS, Eos Angeles; or
O. L. ABBOTT, Corresponding Secretary state
Orange Immigrant Aid Association, Hants
r. S.—A second sale will take place on the
Hancho, commencing on MONDAY, the Sth
ot March, 1875.
Further Information will he furnished by
the ollicers and Directors ol the Centinela
I .am t Company of Eos Angeles, who are:
F. P. F.TEMPEK, President; F.P.HOWARD,
Vice-President; J. H. BEAUSON, Los Angeles
County Bank, Treasurer: W. H.J.BROOKE,
Secretary; j. M. Griffith, or Griffith,
Lynch A Co., lx>s Angeles: General J. IE
SHIELDS, Lot Angeles; O. W. CHILDS, Eos
Angeles; D. FREEM AN, on the RaacttO.
de 2 W. H. J. BROOKS, Secretary.
Han Francisco, November 28,1874.
Wm. H. Martin, General Agent California
Immigrant Union—Dear Sir:—l havejust vis
ited tho "Centinela and Sausal Redondo"
Hancho, and driven over the land described lv
your advertisement. With all my experience
In the southern part of California, I have seen
nothing to surpass thistractin fertility of soil,
beauty Of location, and advantage of easy ac
cess snd salubrity of climate. Fnrpurposesof
colonization, I know of no large body of land
so near a growing commercial centre, In Cali
fornia or elsewhere, CO equal It. No part of it
is unavailable for farms, orchards or home
si ends. It can ho subdivided Into lots ranging
from five acres to several hundred acres and
every acre of it can he made productive. Water
Is abundant and convenient. The land is
subject to easy irrigation; and lean vouch for
the fact that It will produce anything that
nourishes In Eos Angeles or Santa Barbara
counties. It Is my confident opinion that the
value of shares In thiß magnificent tract will ,
be quadrupled within two years—such Is tho
extraordinary Influx ot Immigration to the
vicinity of Los Angeles at tho present time.
Wishing you success in your undertaking,
I am, very truly yours, J. Hoss Bbownk.
Manufacturing Jewelers,
A. IS" 13
Have just received a complete new stock of the very
A Fine lot of Goods of our own manufacture in stock.
We have unequaled facilities
Manufacturing and Buying,
lerc^ore w ' u sen I' :NE Goods as
AN goods sold by us engraved tree.
67 MAIN STREET, - - ■ Los Angeles, Cal.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
California Chemical Paint Company.
TO mys 3ni 13
CXiA.E/El<riDolsr HZOTEL,
Main Btreet, Loh -A-iijareie*?;.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
Tll I£ HLEK 1* IN (i AI*AItT M X N T S
Are large and will ventilated, and in tbe best possible condition.
No expense will b» spare a to make tbe Hotel equal to any on the const. 826-11—6
that they have opened a MUSIC STORE
at No. 00 Spring street, where they Intend to
keep an assortment of the newest, and most
desirable songs and sheet music for piano,
organ, violin, etc.,-as well as the most ap
proved Instruction books.
A small but select assort incut now on hand
and a
Will arrive in a few weeks. Orders from
teachers, singing and orchestral societies
tilled promptly upon advantageous terms.
dclti lm No. 60 Spring Street.
Amestoy's new building, southenst corner
of Aliso and Alameda streets.
The best of
And everything to be found In a well assorted
stock of the kind kept constantly on band.
Southeast Corner Aliso and Ala
meda Streets,
dell tf
pany, principal place of business being
Compton, Lo* Angeles county, State of Cali
Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of
tbe Director! held on the loth day of Decem
ber, I*7l, au asscssmentof eight and one-third
per cent, upon the capital stock, the same
being Twenty-five Dollars per share, was
levied upon the capital stock of said corpora
tion, payable OH or before the
IStb liny of Jnunnry. 1*75,
To J, J. Morton, Secretary of said corporation,
ut Ills otllce In Compton, said county and
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the said 15th day of .lanu
uary, 1875, will be delinquent and advertised
tor sale at public auction, and unless pave
ment is made before wJM be sold on the (Ith
day of February, 1875. pay the delinquent
assessment, together wltr. o.'.st of advertising
and expenses of sale. J.J. MORTON,
Compton, I,os Angeles Co., Stale of California,
Dec. ltt, 1871. dels td
Libarul Cn.<*h Advancements on
Merchandise and Produce,
At Liberal Rates, J. L. WARD,
dSRHm 13 Malu St.
Semi-Tropical and General Nurseries.
Sim l*eclro street,
(near cornerof Washington, two miles south
of Court House.)
A large and choice assortment of
Nciiil-Troplciil nnd Northern Fruit
Also, n choice assortment of
ECsMSte)!>n sTorewt Trees,
and other stiade and ornamental treoa and
shrubbery, Oom* and see our stock.
Catalogue and price list soul free.
Los Angeles, Cal. d27tf

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