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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SUNDAY - JAN. 17, 1815.
ARE YOU DOING ALL THAT YOU CAN?
[From tbe Heart and Ham).]
Tbe practical system upon which
American Odd Fellowship works—-the
completeness of detail, the ease and
perfect success with which the whole
machinery runs, the great results
achieved when emergencies arise—
•how that a grand power for good can
be exerted if we only make up our
minds to try.
Already have we so perfected this
great institution that over a million
men, women and children,on this con
tinent, are assured of certain relief and
sympathy should dark days come
upon them.
Already the reputation of the Order
is of the best character, and a world
stands amazed at its achievements
and success.
Every individual member has a
part and lot in this reputation, this
success; and whatever of good is done,
said individual shares in the good will
extended to tbe Order for it.
But every individual member does
not perform bis share of work. True,
he may pay his dues regularly, but
that is the smallest part of an Odd
Fellow's dnty. If he does only this,
ami absents himself from Lodge meet
ings, serves on iro committees, takes
no part in the welfare and success of
tbe Order, he lies open to the charge
that he only pays bis dues so as to In
eligible to the benefits and that is
not the best kind of a reputation to
have.
Circumstances are often such that
one cannot attend his Lodge regular:
old age, ill health, distance, etc.;
these are good reasons, and we will
tell you one ofthe poorest reasons, and
one often heard: "I belong to so many
other societies."
When a man is in good health, and
is seen only once or twice a year in his
Lodge, there is something wrong. If
a person has so much else to do that
he cannot, at least, semi-oceasionally
attend to the objects and mission of
Odd Fellowship,by visiting his Lodge,
working in its iuterests, aud doing his
part in its transactions and duties,
then we advise him not to join, and if
he is already a member, aud in this
always-otherwise-engaged condition,
to take an honorable withdrawal
card. It is not right, in a body of one
hundred men or more, that a small
percentage should "do everything."
Wo would not belong to any institu
tion where wedid uothavea voice and
were practical.and we do not see upon
what principle men who call them
selves Odd Fellows, are always wil
ling to take front seats at public dem
onstrations, always willing to come in
for a full share of whatever honor
may attach to their Lodge or their
Order, and yet never are seen in the
Lodge, and never do a stroke of work
to help our mission along from one
year's end to another.
What did they join for? Did they
not know what were the objects of our
institution before they came in? If
they did not, they certainly found out
the first night, or else the Past Grand
was absent. If they could not come
up to the requirements, why pretend
to? To visit tbe Stek, relieve the dis
tressed, bury the dead, protect the
widow, and educate the orphan is our
mission—or part of it. And it is time
brethren were finding out that, if they
would do their part in accomplishing
it, they have got to be present in their
Lodges. We frequently use the term
"worker" in connection with our
brethreu. We take it from those busy
insects, the bees, and apply it to those
who are ever zealous and faithful.
There is another expression connected
with bees, viz.: "drones," a class of
winged things that do nothing and
eat much.
We ask the brethren to look at their
drafts for benefits, and see who it is
that draws funds. Now and then a
regulur "worker" gets sick, but nine
out of ten cases where relief is paid, it
is to those whose faces are rarely seen
in the Lodges. A good brother in
Brooklyn once made a speech in our
hearing, in which he said: "Brothers,
if you want to keep in good health,
attend your Lodge regularly. No
faithful regular attendant ever gets
sick. If you think I make any mis
take in this particular, look and see
who draws the benefits." Of course
this meant the rule, and some careful
inquiry on this point lias shown us
tho brother was right.
"Are you doing all that you can ?"
Tf you respond alhrmativeiy, success
to you, say we. if in the negative,
then we say, study what the mission
of our Order is, and then go in with a
will.
As to what our mission is, and what
we may and can do, we invite perusal
to a well-written article in the Com
panion,, by Bro. J. Q. Gilchrist. It
has some good practical hits and sug
sestions that may be of benefit:
OUR MISSION.
It seems that, even at this lite day
in our history, when we number our
membership by tbe hundreds of thous
ands, in the minds of many, perhaps
I might say of the majority, there
seems -to be anything but a clear idea
of our true mission. "rr mey nave
united themselves with this great
brotherhood under a too common er
ror, viz: that Odd Fellowship is sim
ply a beneficial society," we ask them
to be at once undeceived. In fact, in
more ways than one, each and every
member of the Order has had this fact
presented to him, and yet many see
it not yet. Some will say that our
strictures are too sweeping; that the
brotherhood are better informed than
wo give them credit for. lv answoH,
we have simply to ask a few questions
—let each reader answer them for
himself:
Did you ever know of a Lodge of
some age, which was attended by
three-fourths of the actual member
ship, a majority of nights in the term?
Bid you ever know of a Lodge,
young or old, that turned the most of
its attention to the promulgation of
its principles outside of iln pale, by
regular aud systematic effort ?
Of course all of us can, to a certain
extent, answer " yes " to these ques
tions; but the answer would not apply
to a tenth, yea, to a hundredth part nf
our Lodges.
Brethreu, I much fear that many of
us are in tbe wrong road. We are
pledged to hasten the time when this
world shall be one universal brother
lined; when " they shall beat their
swords into plowshares, and their
spears into pruning-hooks," and it
becomes us to keep that object steadily
In view. Why, with our profession of
our faith, witn our wealth, and com
manding influence of numbers, we
should lead the way in everything
that has the remotest tendency to this
consummation. We should have our
library in every town open to the
public; we should have good lectures,
good concerts, good entertainments
for young and old. and have it known
that we did it, too.
Our secret work should be kept se
cret, of course; hut Our halls should be
open more freely; we should be less
afraid to let the suulight enter them.
Our libraries should be the favorite
place of resort in all small towns, and
we should constantly "let our light
shine before men, so that they shall
see our good works."
We have done much, thank God, to
lessen suffering, to relieve the dis
tressed, to bury the dead, to educate
tbe orphan, ami to preach sound, prac
tical religion, and we are respected
wherever we are known; but there is
still much for us to do—and this then
is our mission: To disseminate our
fuinciples all over this our field of
abor—the world; to go out into the
highways and byways and point the
world to a better life. When we have
completed our mission there will be no
more war and the trade of legal mur
der will cease to exist; all the nations
of the earth shall be members of one
great family.
Brethren, did you ever think of our
mission being one like this? Assuredly
you have; but many thought It a Uto
pian scheme, I fear. Not so! It is
real; the mind of man never conceived
a nobler project. Let us bear in mind
the injunction found iv the Book of
books —the rule and pattern of our
Order—"Whatever thy hand fiudeth
to do, do it with thy might "
We have bad occasion to speak of
the dangers that seem to threaten us
fn theimmediate future, and to point
out how they may perhaps be averted.
We have now tried to show that our
business is not one of routine merely.
When we all see and acknowledge our
danger, and gee lag, take measures to
avert, and when we are all educated
up to the standard established by our
founder and contemplated in our beau
tiful ritual, we shall have made to
ourselves a name and fame that will
brreclipsed by very tew, if any. Our
capacity for good is boundless. If our
will is equal to our power, we can build
a monument of good works that will
last while the world endures. "Be ye
not hearers ouly, but doers."
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
PICO.
J Ford A wf, S Gabriel W Sparks, Ventura
T C Arnold, S F J B Lankershim, s Km
N Dutoner, do X A Phelps, Wlmnffu
H E Marsh, do P Hhsrwln, B Brndno
M Reynold, Oakl md \V Sampson, do
CLARENDON.
J B Chambers, S F It Egun, San Juan
C B Brooks, do X Bacon, Negri I Itncli
A F Trcnscl, do (' Hess
It Stanton, do .1 Coin, Wlmngn
F Howard, do M Nanjon, do
H Warner, do J liagg, do
W Johnson, Tnnint B Colling, do
R M Barham, Anhm
LAFAYETTE.
McCartv. Ireland I) Keys, Rear Valley
J Kaliehan.S Ft' W McNolton, AT
F H Mason, do W Sparks, Ventura
M Bradley, do C M Wright, Anhm
J Singuera, Kancnila Mrs Parker Asil.du
A Ocrdugo 8 Buyer
UNITED STATES.
W W Oay.S Brbra P M Pot* bough. SObrl
J Workman, l'uente LLPeiuson, 8 Diego
M Hawkins, Montu (i Davlß, do
A E Lott, Pnrant \v smith, Ohio
M 1 'alio, do J J) Byrd, wf it cb.Anb
J Barnes, do J Hawkins, do
O McUouer,do Miss Binding, Nietos
J P Smith, llkiah J Montgomery ,wf A sn,
s A Gibson, Perm Niotos
W Byrd, s Cms W .1 Marshall, Lyons
It II Beckett, lowa A E Puling, do
D F O'i.oury, s F W H Bpangler, do
P Buck, do C fr'rainais, Spadra
T Keiicv, do J Bennesar, Bakrstld
B Buryer, do W S Miller, Ukinli
R L Bill A: wf. 11l J N B Price, England
CCuni), Nletos A L Wilson, Duarte
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
UOLI) KKI'OKT.
San Francisco, January lti.
Gold, 11%
(jireeubacks—Buying, M)f; selling, %4%,
Wav I'rnnriNco Market*-By Telegraph.
San Francisco. January HI.
FLOUR—fil .17' .;.
WHEAT- fl W)<tl 70.
BARLEY-*] 75
OATS—BI 80.
RYE-fl 40. '
HAY—sl4*ll7.
WOOIr-laWJOe.
ONIONS—BI 2S.
CORN-SI 4\*\ 50.
BEANS—U'va.Vi.
COTTON-8J4J.4.
potatoes—ji mt% 00.
SWEET POTATOES— 81
BUTTER—[email protected]
CHEESE-l:t<il7c.
KUGH-35337&C. per doz.
PEACHES—JDjI 7r>sl.o<.
APPLES—glgill box.
FHJS-37i'V*c. V It..
HON BY—2ft327c. « lb.
BACON—IMISc.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Great Closing-Out Sale
OF Tilt:
DOLLAR STORE
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
BY
DUNSMOOR BROS.,
We will for tlio next
BO D A. V S „
OIVK
Special Inducements
Previous toopening our new store on (Spring
street.
We nre bound. U) sell tho stock and are con
stantly
REDUCING THE PRICE
To that end.
COME TO-BAY!
And tho next thirty da;<» t ami get
MORE OOOT)**
— FOR
ONE DOLLAR
Than ever b«forc, at
NO. 102 MAIN STREET,
Opposite tlia-C'ourt Hoase--
J (■ £1
PRINTING
THE HERALD
JO 13
PRINTING OFFICE
SPRING STREET,
OPPOSITE THK COURT HOIJSK,
LOS ANGELES,
FpHE attention•( tlie business com*
JL inanity of Lis Angelas city and comity
Is invited to the facilities of tins oltiee for e\o
cuting every description of
BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING
Fully altve to the inferior manner in which
a great part ofthe Job Printing in Southern
California has hitherto* boon executed, the
proprietors of this establishment, have deter
mined to Institute a new order ol tilings in
his business.
A NEW POWER PRESS
(the first to reach this far south on the Pacific
Coast), capable or printing a
LARGE SHEET POSTER,
either plain or in colors, Is already running,
.. .. . I 1„! .. «...
UnMUlltlll UJ>
.STEAM POWER,
which in also attached to their new and
ELEGANT
*
Job I*i*o«.ses.
The facilities for turning out work will thus
be none) la most and superior to many ollice
ill SHI) Pl.-UIcISCA.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
or .
AND MATERIAL.
of tlie most modern designs and approved
Eastern manufacture, litis bSM selected. And
it is Intended so to equip and furnish Ibis de
partment with
THE BEST PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
AND THK
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,'
AS TO MA X ' TUX
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Thoy l.fvrr- rv" S.HllliaW or LUIS
pai'tineiit, one of the most experience,I Itook
and Job Printers in tbe country ; and Ihe
presses will lie sui«'riliteiideil by il Skilled
Pressman from one of Ihe largest offices in
New England.
PAMPHLETS
Will be printed from New Type, mid the
greatest care exercised to insure accuracy an
freedom from typographical errors.
POSTERS & HANDBILLS
Plain or In colors, executed at very short no
tice aud displayed iv the best manner.
BUSINESS CARDS.
CIRCULARS,
STATEMENTS, BILL HEADS
LETTER HEADS,
BALL CARDS
WEDDING CARDS,
VISITING CARPS.
INVITATIONS, ETC.
Of this class of work we ■hail make a Kpe
Malty, and intend that nothing of the kind
shall equal us In this section.
BANK CHECKS,
DRAFTS, NOTES,
DEPOSIT CHECKS'
BOOK HEADINGS,
STOCK CERTIFICATES
KTC.
Printed inn superior manner,on plain writ
Ink baper,or on Bond and Bank Noie Paper
in bluck or colors.
SI*OW CARDS
... uvuv ...... , , /XW'IW).
We shall nay parUcnlar attention to
BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS,
ABSTRACTS, ETC.,
Which will lie prlntel in the Old Style Type
now so universally it favor, and which we
huve procured, specially for this class of work.
Wo shall also be provlujd for the. printing of
LEGAL BLANKS,
OFFICIAL FORMS
AM"* DOCUMENTS.
CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES,
BILLS OF FARE,
TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS,
ANO EVERY VARIETY or
GENERAL JOB PRINTING
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Job Prating House,
LOS \NGELES.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Htirvssors to Dotter <& Lord),
Have nsw the Largest Stock ever
brouaht here.
Have Just recflfed a large lot dire ctly fioni
Ihe Ensl, aud cordially invite Ihe
puUlf to eMUrrfße their goods
and price same.
Carpets,
Oi§ Cloths,
Platting,
Kic. Ktc. Ktc.
Sidney I-<«icoy,
(With Dotter & Bradley),
s still selling everything in above
lines at Reduced Prices, and
guarantees Work and Coods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
. 64 'tng Machines.
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Aro sliH Agents for the
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
Ami would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
Nentr jiikl Dlsstlnnt im«l
Important
Improvements * have been added in
this Machine recently, making
it past all cotniicrition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyi sign of tfie Bl« Red Chair, trio
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER.
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial,
suits made to srder for
Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars.
A Dne sioek of Imported and domestic
Blankets and Flannels
C..a dant'y on hand. Aim, a lino stock of
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
-Sc., ?■ r . &.C., Ac ,
Of foreign and Dnini stlo manufacture, kept
in stock arid made up ill the best style of the
i alluring ati.
PrEIPFENBERGKB A SHAUER.
sepl-!f
The Steams Ranchos.
AM'KKb s:o!li;.ss>\. Trustee,
SIS Market tttroe.. Suo I-Vmu-tsco, Cat,.
OA 000 ACRES OF LAND
i"V /. V 7 V/V / for sale, in lots to suil,
suitable ioi llio culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Fign Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap
ples. Pears Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax,
Ramie, Coton, etc., and also many thousand
acres of
Natural [vergreen Pastures, Suitable
for Dairying.
Good wate ii abundant nt an average depth
of six feet tViiu the surface. On almost every
acre of Mill land FLOWING ARTESIAN
WELLS cai be obtained, and the more ele
vated bortiais can be lrregated by the water
of the HantaAna river. Most of these lands
are natural;; mslst, requiring only good cul
tivation to pnduce crops.
TERMS—dne-fonrth Cash; balance in one,
two and time 5 esM, with II) por cent interest,
I will takl pleasure in (hewing these lands
to parties leeklng land, who are invited to
ohme and nee this extensive tract before pur
chasing elsewhere,
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, .May 24,187.3.
mr:t-tf—7
LOOKTO YOUR FIRE!
fiREAT KEDTJCTIUN
€3 <> M I!
From $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
COAL YARD, .
Conic-of Spring and Court streets,
LOS ANOEI.HS, CAL. SCp3
*t\%
Semi*Tropicai Nurseries.
Located on San Penro street, two miles south
of City Hall.
The largest slock of Northern and Semi-
Tiopical Frail Trees in the State.
4» Varietieu ol « if rous Trees.
(\all end examine my stock. PrloSd Cata-
IQJOM senl free. Addi'ess V. O. Box ."riS, Los
Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. GAREY.
■ jjeelj isa
""certificate oTpartnership"
OE THE FIRM OF W. C. lIOWV.LL 4
Co., doing business In the city ol L<>> A n
geles, county of bus Angeles, State of Califor
nia,
Wo, linilersigneil persons, liproby corllfy
that tho iilmivml terlboil partnership is com
posed of tin-lowing persons and no others,
whoso nSUnes and places of residence are as
follows, to-w it:
w. c. Howeii, i,os Angeles. Meal,]
W. C Rowers, Ixis Angeles. [Seal.]
In witness whereof we have hereunto nf
n*ed our hands and seals this fourl h dny of
Decern lier, IS7I.
w. c. Howell. [Seni.i
W. c. rowers, [seal.]
Statk of Califoknia, l
County of Los Angeles, )'
On this 4th day of December, In tho year
1871, betore mo, A. W. Pol ls. I nnnt v Clerk Los
Angeles Co.. personally appeared VV. C. How
ell and W. C. Bowers, under the linn name of
W. c. Howell a Co., agents for Sinker's sew
ing machine, known to mi' to be tho poisons
whose name; are subscribed to Ihe within
Instrument, anil acknowledged to me thai
i bey executed the same.
Witness my hand and official seal Ihlsttli
Hay of December, 1874. a. W. POTTS,
Cleric.
By E. 11. (Iwkm, Deputy. drill lm
NOTICE
rrv) stock holders of the grange
I CO-( ITERATIVE COMPANY--Tbe sleek
bidders of said company are hereby notified
that there Will he a meeting of the stock
holders ol said company at the bun, over Ibfl
Grang.,store, in tho oily of Los Angeles,
Stale of California, on Thursday, the 28th day
Uf January, at 11 o'clock a. h., for the tran
saction of such business as may come befeifl
the meeting.
By order of tho Board of Dlrcciors.
JOHN S. Till »M PSON,
Prc.ddent.
Los Ahgeles, .Tnnuary 7, 187 a. 2w
Probate Notice.
Inst VTV. of Hngli McMnhon, deceased.
-li Notice Is hereby given by the uudsr-
Htgucd executors ol (he above nam. il estate,
to the creditors of, and all nervous having
claims agaiust said decenseu, to exhibit tho
«unio' with tho necessary vouchers, within
four months from tho tlrsl publication of ibis
notice, li, Hi,- undersigned at the respective
residences herelnsllor ipeelflod: Wm. Mc-
Kee, room No. H, Temple Block, Los Ange
lesciiv; Joliu Horiin, Main street,'* Los An
geles city. janls-wl
MISCELLANEOUS.
UNION STABLES,
MAIN
(Nonr Ihe I'lco Houso.)
ASKIN & HEWITT,
PROPRIETORS,
rpms -
I esU-ihlishniont 1 1. y Ajj^¥rg^^t^»j|{nt
i ,g coni|i|. to in nil il>sffl^\v^ : lf\~H -»
branches, is ivikty lo «A*» i—»^u—
accommodate, the publle In the best manner.
The capacity of this stable is greater than thai
of any oilier in Southern California.
Horses nml Buggies and Carringcs, Willi
careful drivers, to let by the das or week.
Horses boarded nnd groomed by the Pay,
Week oi Month.
Respectfully solicit a share of public patrons
aire, pledging in return attention lo business
undo determination to sutlsiy theircustom
ers. ocfiitf
LA CRO^SCA,
j> CD LI SHED UV E. F. TEODOLT.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. Ollice in Temple's New Hlock,
ftprlng Street, opposite the Court-house,
ok has a large circulation in the State ot Cal"
the bias tern states, Louisiana, Mexico,
and j»i i/.on:» and Colorado Territories, Central
and ■ |M>tii .v»».«H.»i», and Kpain.
t ,
commends Itself to t iie Advertisers who may
wish touring their business bofect! the Span*
Ish-sbebslng people and nitmeroUS population
of different nationalities,on the Paci lie ( oast.
Riittui Very H»»»«0!!»0'D".
UascßtlTioNs—One Year, Six Montli.
*■»•«• Th«ie Months, fZ oe'l'f
■m ■ --awmniiH mtui i.w 111 iv
HOTELS.
BOARDING HOUSE.
I HAVE FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA
tions for board ami lodging, wit li
Newly IP urn islio.d Roamli
and tables supplied with the best the iiiai Uel
affords. Terms:-Day hoard, 8R 30 pel* week
Board ami Lodging, 8u so per woes.
L. F. RUCKER,
ALISO STItKKT, near Aliso Store.
s. plSIf
PBCO HOUSE,
LOS AjNGELI&S, CAL.
jLJMUST CLASS "HOTEL,
FOR TRAVELERS ANO TOUUISTS.
Centrally Located—Frontage on
Throe Streets.
Tho Table,
The HKST liooiim.
The IJKIST Accoiniiiodfttioiis.
OCJEM#~J CHAS. KNOWLTON. Prnp'r
LAFAYETTE HOTEL
IVew TliT-oiigliout
THE TIIOITvIETOR DEBTRRBTO
inform the traveling public, that this well
known house has been
THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED AND REBUILT
THROUGHOUT,
and now otters accommodations count 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
novltf—o
Assessment Notice.
COVOrERATIVE NURSERY AND FRUIT
> Company of Los Angeles county.—Loca
tion of principal place of business, Los Ange
les. California.
Notice is hereby given that nt a meeting of
the Directors held in tills city on the listli day
of December,lB74, sn assessment (No.'J)of ONE
DOLLAR PER SHARE was levied upon the
capital stock of said company, payable
on tho Ist day of .lanunry, 1575, in United
Slates gold coin, lo the Secretary at the office
ot the Company, No. IU Spring street, Isis
Angeles, California. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on tbe
Ist day of February, into, will be declared!
delinquent and advertised for sale at public
auction,and unless payment Is made before,
will lie sold on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2D,
1875, to pay delinquent assessment, together
With cost of advertising and expenses of I do.
By order of the Board.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary
Dated December 2S, 1874. dc.'Jl td
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
LOS ANOELES IMMIGRATION AND
Lund Co-operative Association. — Loca
tion of principal pluce ol business, Los Ange
les California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
t lie Board of Directors of said Association held
in tliis eitv on the 21st day of December, 1874,
an assessment (No. 1) ot TWO IKsLLARS
ANDFIFI'Yt'ENTS PER SHARE was levied
upon the capital stock of said Association,
payable immediately in United States j;old
coin to tho Secretary at his otlico, No. \%
Sining street, ls»s Angeles, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 22d day of January, 1875,
will be declared dellnqueutuiid will be adver
tised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before will be sold on the
eth i>h \ of February, 1875,
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
cost of advertising and expense of sale.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary,
Los Angeles, Cal., December 21, 1871.
de 22 tjsjl
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OK THE ESTATE OF
Francis P. Atkinson, deceased.—Notice is
hereby given that Charles 3i Ellis the Ad
ministrator of the estate of Francis P. Atkin
son, deceased, has tiled in the Prohule Court
of the county of Los Angeles, Stale ol'Califor
ii In, bis final account las such Administrator,
s.ud account is presented for final settlement
and said estate is ready for distribution,
Whereupon the Judge of said Court has Ap
pointed ihe JSI n day of D inhor, A. D. IS/4,
at 10 o'clock a. M., at the court-room of said
Court, as the tiiueand place for the sol Cement
of said account and the distribution of suid
estate.
Dated November 21, 1874.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. 11. Owen, Dcpuly. nv2B wsl
Assessment Notice.
(1 RANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
J of Los Angeles—Looalioii of Principal
place of business: Los Angeles, California.
Notice la hereby given that id a meeting ol
the Directors held in this eitv on the :ilst day
of.inly, 1874, an assessment (No. I)ofKIVE
DOLLARS PER SHARE was levied upon Die'
Capital Stock of said Company, payable IM-
Vt koiatki.y, in United StuteN gold coin, to the
Secretary, at theoftioo ofthe Company, No. 41
Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any
stock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpaid on the Ist day ol 'September, 15.74,
Will be declared delinquent and advert Ised for
sale at public auction, aud artless payment, is
made betore, will be sold on tho
16th day ef September, 1874,
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
cost of advertising aud expense of sale.
By order of the Board.
L. M HOf.T, Secretary.
Ofllco: No. 11 Temple Block, Is>s Angeles
California.
Dated July 31, 1871.
Again Postponed.
At a regular mooting of l lio Board, hold De
cember 41 li, 1574, the time at which the pay
ment ofthe above assessment became delin
quent, was again positioned to January 2d,
CWB. L. M. HOLT,
dcclOtf Secretary.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WM. FARRELL,
No. 10 couirr HXKKIKT,
Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam Pipe
FITTEK,
Buildings fitted with Gas and Water Pipe
and fixtures at short notice, on
RertMonufslo To nun.
Gas fixtures reflnishod and made to took
ax good us new. The
EMPIRE GAS BURNER
S*Dlt SALE.
SfcT Ail Work Warranted. "liM
AGENT FOR THE
Plass ''Economic" Gas Governor,
That reduces gas bills
1<" <> li X V 1* ifi 11 OKN a ..
And can be attached to nny gas meter,
o't2tf
WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING MACHINES,
THE CALIFORNIA FAVORITE,
AND
Champion of the World!
THE AT
London 1862, Paris 1867.
Vienna 1872.
Stockton 1874, San Jose 1874 f
Modesto 1874.
Vallejo 1874, Sacramento 1874.
SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
Special attention given to or
ders sent to
EDMUND DOAK,
No. 1 Spring' St., l.os Angeles.
E. W. H\RBAL, Gen. Agent,
427 Montgomery street, S. F.
JlylO-flm*
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FOR CHEAP GOODS!
Ist Muln street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
<.'ciicrnl Manager.
.lylDtf
New Furniture Store!!
JOHANNSEN, & GROSSER,
UPHOLSTERERS
A .\ I >
Cabinet Makers
(U.S. HOTEL BUILDING),
Requena st.. Los Angeles,
Call ntteullon to their New Furnltureand Up
holstery Establishment,
Furniture of every description maim fact urod
on the premises.
flgMr. W. Grosser being a practical Uphols
terer ami Mr. Jobuunsen v thoroughly prac
tical Cabinetmaker, the firm offer advantages
to purchasers unbilled by no other house.
New and Fashionable
Stylos of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining aud Kitch
en Furniture always on hand.
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran
teed. ugKitf
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH X SEV
enteenth Judicial District of the Slate of
California, In and lor tho county of Lis An
geles.—.Mrs. Livy Cannon, plalntiil, against
F. Cannon, defendant. Action brought in
the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial
District of the Slnloof California, In and for
tho county of Los Angeles, and the com
plaint filed In said county of Lis Angeles tn
(he office of the clork of the suid District
Court.
The people of (ho Stale of California send
greeting to V. Camion, defendant: You ore
hereby required to appear In an action
brought against you by the above-named
plaintiff, lv the District Court of the Seven
teenlh Judicial Districtof tiie Slate of Cali
fornia, in and for the county of Los Angeles,
and to answer the complaint filed therein,
within ten-days (exclusive of the day of ser
vice) after the service on you of tliis sum
mons—lf served within thin county; or, If
served out oft his county, but In this District,
wilbin twenty days; otherwise, within forty
days or judgment by default will he taken
against you according to (he prayer of said
complaint.
The said act ion is brought to olSiiin a do
ores of (his Court dissolving the bands of
matrimony between plalntiil' and defendant
and for costs of suit. Reference is had to
complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby untitled, that If yon
fail to appear und answer the said complaint
as above required, (ho said plainlill' will
Cause, your default to be entered and will im
ply to the Court for the relief demanded in
complaint.
■ —s Given under my hand and the .Seal
I mm*, toflhe District Court of the Sevon
( J leonth Judicial District ot tn„ stale
1 —i — 1 of Cal, torn la, lv ami for the county
of L is Angeles, this 12th day of January, iii
the year of our Lord olio thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-five.
A. W, POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. OOUI.D, Deputy I Jerk.
11. M. Widney, Attorney lor Plaintiff.
Janlt-4w
San Juan Capistrano Bridge.
Ci.euk's Orrioa, Board op Hupfuvisohs, )
I/is Angeles County, California; j
NOTICE Is hereby given that senlfd pro
posals will be received at this oflice un
til TUESDAY, FEItRUAItY 2d, 1876, at lo
o'clock a. 51., the (lino sot for opening said
bids, for building a bridge across the I loscchoa
crook, In Hun Juan Townshlp— according to
He- plan and specifications on tile In the
Clerk's office. Proposals to be directed to Hie
Board orßupeWUpom, and endorsed "Propo
sals for building bridge." The Hoard reserves
the right to reject uny and all bids, :is the
public good may require.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. Geut-n, Deputy
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan 13, 1875.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOS ANGELES BRANCH
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA.
Cash - - - $519,000
Capital, - m $300,000
J. F. Houghton, President.
O. If. Howak Vice President.
li. H. lUukujw General Man age i.
C. li. S'i'okv Secretary.
ii. il. haoijAi Oeneral Agent.
LOS ANCELEST RUST EES:
X. U. CASWKI.T., S. 11. MoTT, fit. P. BABROWB,
,1. ft, Hr.At'soN, F. P. F. TKMi'i.r..
TKMI'LE & WOlili M A Pf,
M'roivsiirt'i'M.
Which Branch Include! Lot Angeles and
San Bernardino Bounties, ah moneys re
pelved tor premiums will be divested under
the control of the Trustees of the Los Angeles
Branch within the district. All Losses ad
justed and paid by the Directory.
J. R. TOBERMAN,
dco24tf Malinger.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
APPLICATION will be matte at (lie next
session of I be Common (tonne! I < if Hie city
of Los Angeles, to be held Thursday, Juuuftl y
14, 1875 for a quit claim deed lo Cayetaho
A publasaof the following described true In ..I"
land lv the said city. First: Commencing nt
tho common corner of M. Keller and C. Apa
blasa on the easterly line of Alameda sirect ;
said point of beginning being 9Ji net from the
OrosStllßOf the northerly line of Aliso street
with Alameda street, and running thence,
magnetic course, north 8 J west 1 GU : itK)chains,
more or lesS, to the southwest corner ol' the
fenc" on he Staters "i Charity; thence non is
XI 1 ./ east i BG-10U chains along tbe fence and
line of the land of the Bisters of Charity to
the southeast corner oi suid land; thence
north 12%° east 8 18-100 chains, more or less,
along th.' fence of the Misters of Charity to
northerly line of Apablasu's lot, adjoining
thelvndof the Sisters of charity; thenco
along flic dividing line between Apablasa
nnd the Sisters, north 86" easl 1286-lOOohalns;
I hence sotlth II';" west :i IJY-Illil chains; I hence
north BBk, a east along the land of M. Keller
512-100 chains; thence north 10 west 2 61-100
chains; thence ninth SI :i , v west S 52-100
chains to place of beginning, Containing 5
50-100 acres. Second: Commencing at Uie
com inon corner of T. P. Campbell and Cuy
etano Apablasa on the easterly side of Upper
Main street; said point of beginning being
north 2:i „" east 2 un-nm cliains, from the
southwest corner of said Campbell's building,
fronting on the Plaza; thence running north
2.'l'4 u east 97 lltfltSS thenoesOttlhflßi 8 east I 71
-100 chains; thence south 87}j" !,r> '- links;
bhence north 5.'.,-' west I 50-no chains to
place of beginning. The a list seat of title,
maps and petition are on lilc in Ihe ollice of
the clerk of said Council, wilh whom, till
persons interested, must (tie their objection.-,
if any they have, In writing, at least one day
be lore t be' first session ofsaid Council next,
after the lirst publication of this not Ice.
M. KRE M 1' It,
Cicrk of Common Council.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. s, 1x75. JanUJdW
"~ summons.
IN THE niSTRICT COURT OF THE BKV
entccnth Judicial District of the stale of
California, in and for the county ol Los An
geles.—Pauline I la nun 11, plaint ill', against Mi
chael Hannah, defendant. Act ion brought in
the District, Court of the 171 h Judicial District
Of the Slate of California, 111 and (or the coun
ty Of Los Angeles, and the complaint (lied In
said county of I /is Angeles, in the otlice ofthe
1 llerk ofsaid District Court.
The People ot the state of California send
greeting to M. llannau defendant: Yon are
hereby required to appear in an act inn brought
against you by tbe above-named plaintiff in
the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial
District of the siate of California, iii and for
I be county of Los Angeles, and to answer the
complaint tiled therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of the day of service) after the service
on you of this sum nions—il served Within this
county; or, if served out of this county, but
in this DlstrlcLwltbln twenty days; otherwise,
within forty days, or judgment by default will
oe taken against you according to the prayer
of said complaint.
The said action is brought (Oobtain a decree
of this Court for Ihe dissolution of the bonds
of matrimony between plaintiff and defend
ant and for gsVieral relief. Reference la bad to
complain! for particulars.
And you arc hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required;the said plaintiff will cause
your default to he entered and will apply to
the Court forthe relief demanded in the com
plaint.
, —s Given under my hand and the seal
l utll lof the District Court of the Seven-
r Ml ' j teenth Judicial District of the State
s— y—< of California, in and for the county
of Los Angeles, this 2S!h day of December, iii
tiie year ot our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and seveuty-luur.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. COULD, Deputy Clerk,
dcc2!)-2in
~ SUMMONS.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OE TIIE SEV
enteenth Judicial District of the State of
California, In and for thecounty of Los Ange
les—Thomas w, Irvin, plaintiff,against Adri
ann Inrln, defendant. Act ion brought in
t he District Court ofthe Scveuteenlh Judicial
District, o! the state of Cnliforn'a, in ami for
thecounty of Los Angeles, and the complaint
tiled in said county of Los Angeles, In the
ollice of the Clerk ofsaid District Court.
Tbe people of the stale of California scud
greeting to Adriunu irvin defendunt.
You are hereby required to appear 111 an no
tion brought against you by the above-named
plalntiil 111 the District, Court, of the Seven
teenth Judicial District ofthe State of Califor
nia, In and lor the county of Los Angeles, and
to answer the complaint tiled therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after
the service on you of this summons—lfservrd
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 ofsaid complaint,'
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of this Court that the bonds of matrimony
between plaintiffand defendant bo dissolved.
Reference is had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appearand answer Ihe said complaint, as
above required, the said plaintill'will cause
your default to bo entered and will apply lo
tho Court for the relief demanded lv the
complaint.
*, —<—« Given under my hand and the Seal
}of the District, Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial District of the stale
ttf California, in and for the county
<v —, —* of Ijos Angeles, ibis :iist day of De
cember. iii the your of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sevenly-four.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C, W. Gour.p, Deputy Clerk.
Stephen M. White, Attorney nt. Lnw. 15 Dow
ney's Block, Ismi Angeles. Jan!l-2in
NOTICE.
ri-UtE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
JL Publishing and Printing Company; prin
cipal place ot business being Los Angeles, Los
Angeles county, State of California.
Notice is hereby given Unit ut anieeliiigof
the Directors hold on the 2->d day of Decem
ber, 1874, an assessment, of (10 per cenl. on the
capital Mock ofsaid company, being sixty
dollars M«| share, was levied ou the capital
slock ofsaid company; that forty per cent, be
payable immediately lo the Treasurer of said
company, F. P. F, Temple, at 1!,? Dunking
Hons,- of Temple <fc Woikman, Los Angeles
city; that of the remaining twenty percent,
there shall be paid lo suid Treasurer at said
place the sum often per cent, on the lib day
ol January 1H75, and ten per cent, on the
llth day of January 1K75.
A ny slock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the llth day of February
1575, will be delinquent and advertised for
sale al public auction, at the Herald ollice in
Ijos Angeles City, nnd unless payment is
made will be sold on the 251 h day of Fi bruo
fy. 1876, to pay the delinquent assessment, lo?
gelherwilh the costs ol advertising and ex
penses of sale.
Dated Los Angeles, Dec. 22d, 1871.
N. B.—Each Stockholder will bo credited on
said assessments wilh the amount already
paid by him on his stock lo Ihe Treasurer. '
aeewtfhbfS
Probate Notice.
IN THE PROBATE CO CRT, State oi Dei
fornlu, County of Los Angeles- In the Ma
lerol the Estate of ALFREDO VALENZUIC
LA, Deceased. Pursuant loan order of th
Court made this day, notice Is hereby give
(But-Monday, the Isth day of January, A. D
187.1, at 0 o'clock a. m., ofsaid day, ut (he (.'our
Room ol 'bis (lonrt, in the County of Los An
geles, has been appointed for hearing the ap
plication of Felipe Nerlo Valenzuela, pr:,\ ,1,.
that a document now on file In this Cou/
purpnrtlngto be the lust will and testtim
of Alfredo Valenzuela, at which lime
place all persons interested therein may ap
pear and contest the same.
Junuury 4th, 1875.
_ [Seal.] A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. 11. Owen, Deputy. d5-io.

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