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City and County Official Directory.
City directory.
P. BEAUDRY Mayor
Office, Council Chamber.
J. J. CARRILLO, City Marshal
Offloe.No. 45 Spring street,
J. J. MELLUS,...!. City Treasurer
Office, Court House.
A. W. HUTTON ........City Attorney
Office, No. 58 Temple Block.
M. KREMER Oily Clerk
Office, No. 46 Spring street.
Wm V MOORE OltySurveyor
Office, Moore A Koleher, New Highj St.
Dr. J. H. Mi'KEE, Health Officer.
Office No. 11 Spring und Temple streets
Common Council:
Meets at Council Rooms, No. 46 Spring St
at 7:80 c. St., Thursday of each week.
COUNrII.MEN :
T. P. CAMPBELL. L. LICHTENUEHGERJ
J. MULLALY. J. G. c \ KMONA.
W. W. ROBINSON. R. SOT El. 1.0
M TEED. JOSK M \SCAREL,
C. E. HUBER, L. WOLEsK 1 1 .L.
E. H. WORKMAN, T. LLAHY.
Chamber or Commerce;
S. LAZARD, Pres.,
W. J. BRODRICK, S. BCASWELL,
Secretary. Treasurer.
M J. NEWM ARK, KUGHNE MEYER,
JOHN Q. DOWNEY, J. DB B. SHORB,
r, m. widney, ;. w: WW
E. E.HEWITT, H. D, BARROWS.
Board of Education:
H. D. BARROWS, President.
M. KREMER, Sec'v. ALFRED J AMES,
DR. J. KURTZ, J. P. WIDNEY.
DR. W. T. LUCKY, City Supt. Public Schools
Los Angeles Library Association:
J. R. McCONNELL President
J. C. LITTLEFIKLD Librarian
Library, Downey Block.
Judicial 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.
GEO. C. GIBBS Dlst. Court Commissioner,
Office, No. IV,, Spring street.
Justices' Courts:
WM. H. GRAY. .Temple Block, over W. F. A
Co.*s Office. „, _ _
JOHN TRAFFORD....Downey Block, Temple
Street.
National Otticials.
H. X, W. BENT Postmaster
Postoffice, Temple Block.
ALFRED JAMES Reg. U. S. Land Office
J. W. HAVERSTICK....Rec. U. S. Land Office
Temple Block.
J. O, WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. DR. Rev.
Office, No. 10, Temple Block.
J. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Gauger
Office, No. 48, Temple Block.
J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. S. Marshal
New High street.
BC. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner
Office, Nos. 28 and 28, Downey Block.
JACOB A. MOUREN Ii.VUT French Consul
Main street.
CLINTON B. SEARS, In charge of Improve
ment of Wilmington Harbor—Residence
at terminus oi street railroad.
County Oirectory.
AW. POTTS Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts
J. W. GILLETTE Co. Recorder und Auditor
1 E.ROWAN - Co. Treasurer
V R. ROWLAND. Co. Sherlll and Tax Coll.
GEO. H. PEOK Co. Supt. of Schools
DIONICIO BOTILLER Co. Assessor
L. SEBOLD Co. Surveyor
Board of Supervisors:
GEO. HINDS, Chairman,
J.M.GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY,
F. PALOMARES, F. MACHACO,
A. SEPULVEDA, Acting Interpreter.
Regular Meetings—First Monday of each
month.
HOTELS.
BACKMAN HOUSE.
.ton, 36, S8 and 40 tin In street,
Los Angelks, Cal.
THIS NKW AND ELEGANT HOTEL just
finished and thrown to the public, is
New Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
Rooms large, well lighted and ventilated
and supplied with water, gas and tire.
THE TABLE
Is supplied with the best the market affords
and no Chinese cooks employed.
For Eamllles, its accommodations are
unsurpassed.
For Huitiness Men
And visitors, its conveniences ate unequalled
being centrally located, having a telegraph
office attached, aud street cars passing every
ten minutes.
There is no Bar or Saloon
Of any kind on the premises, it being the in
tentiou of the proprietors to make it a quiet
and favorite resort tot families.
Board by tlie l»ay. Week, orHonth
For persons not requiring rooms.
MR. & MRS. BACKMAN,
feMtf Proprietors.
BO \RDING,
RAILROAD HOUSE.
ALAMEDA ST., ono square above Aliso.
The House has been recently refitted and
newly furnished. Day hoard $5 00 per week;
board and lodging, $6 00.
L. IT*. XI CKER.
feb23tf Proprietor.
Rooms and Board
AT THE
KIMBALL MANSION,
Now Ilijjrh Street,
XT EAR THE CONGREGATION AL Church.
_LM Fine, large, well tarnished suites and
single rooms, with all modern improvements
and a first-class table. The House Is
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED
On iitgh kto«iml and commands a charming
view of mountain und valley. nv2fi-tf
Steam Water Lifter.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO IN
form the public that he is now erecting
his machine shop on Requina street, near the
R. R. Depot, where he may be found, and
will bo pleased to see his friends and pa
trons. ALT EN WILCOX.
Jan2i-tf
noticeT"
18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
_Li the next meeting of the Common Coun
cil of the city of Los Angeles they will receive
bids to make the approaches to the new
bridge, according to planß to be furnished by
the City Surveyor. M. KREMER,
fe27 Clerk of Com. Council.
Well-Digging.
lAMI AM PREPAREDTO DO WELL-DIGGING
In the most satisfactory manner and on
the shortest notice. Water guaranteed for
Wilcox Litters of all d.rncnsions.
REFERENCES.
By permission, I rs'ei to Mr. Longstreet,
Mr. Ledyard, Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whistler.
THOMAS HAMILTON,
JanBtf U Swlgart A Huber's, Main St.
LA CRONICA,
PUBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IK SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. Office In Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It has a large circulation in the State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
and South America, and Spain.
"La Cronica"
commends Itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring their business before tbe Span-
Ish-speasing people and numerous population
or different nationalities, on the Pacific CoasL
Advertising Bates Very Reasonable.
nascKiPTroKS—One Year, $«; Six Month
«* **; Three Months. tZ oc2tf
£o«s Amides itcrall
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER,
SATURDAY MARCH 6, 1875
CONTENTMENT.
The world Is all dark or the world Is all
bright,
Just as we choose to make it;
Our burden Is heavy, our burden Is light,
Just as we happen to take it;
Ami people who grumble and people who
groan
At the worid and its every proposal,
Would gumble an 1 groan If the world were
their own,
With ihe sun, ntooa and stars at disposal.
It Is all very well to have beaut" and health,
But it ugly and sick we must bear It;
It is all very well to havo oceans of wealth,
But we find, if we must, we cau spare it;
But healthy and wealthy, or sickly and poor,
We are wise lo be "careless and happy,"
Aud gracefully try all our ills to endure,
Though we try till we're " hairless and
cappy."
Not all can be noble, not all can be great;
But our Uvea with Ged's love we can leaven.
And whether of high or lowly estate
'Tls the same to our Father in heaven.
The world may seem dark or the world may
seem light,
As we cling to the old, old story;
And cheerfully work, with our lamps burn
ing bright,
Till we enter the portals of glory.
LIMBERGER CHEESE.
A True Ntory ef a Salinas Ball,
[From the San Jose Mercury.]
"Not any in mine, if you please,"
said Jim Boggs to our reporter, as they
were about to indulge in a friendly
glass of lager beer at Alex. Muller's,
upon whose well-spread lunch table
Jim discovered a plate of fragrant
Liniberger; "I rayther soured on
cheese, leastwise on Limberger, at the
ball at Salinas. I never told you
about it, did I?" said Jim. " Well, it
was when they had mud and fog at
Salinas, you bet. The mud was so
thin and the fog was so thick that you
couldn't tell which was which. Old
Peters had just built his hall, and the
boys thought it about the square thing
to start off with a dance—a right nifty
one; and when the Salinas boys let
themselves out sunthin' had to come.
You can bet your bowels on that and
staud a right smart chance of gettin' a
spare set of in'ards.
It bothered 'em some to git their
boots in shape, 'cause iv them days if
a feller walked on his hands his boots
would be still three feet under that
doby mud. So they finally concluded
to bring their boots to the old hall
alongside the ball-room, * and have
Pete, the boot-black, shine 'em up,
and then when they got ready the fel
lers could get 'em there, and into the
dance without ary speck.
So eleven of 'em brought their boots
and sent for old Pete and told him to
throw hisself and not mind expenses;
and when he had got done to put in
sunthin' so they could git 'em on with
out being pounded ou with a maul.
And then the boys went and had a so
ciable game of pitch-seven-up for the
drinks.
Pete blacked the boots clean up to
tops and when he got through with
'em and stood 'em in a row you could
see twenty-two Petes—it looked like
the house was full of darkies —and
then he fixed 'em so the boys could git
'em on quite easy and quit.
After Pete had gone, along cum that
Iwfii *vn -. a.™ T~.,..~ tt. t„„w -
look at them boots and then scratched
his head like he was trying to think of
sumthin' and he started for Johnson's
"I'd like a little of that old Limber
ger of yours," says Sam to the clerk.
And Sam told him attain.
"Not much—you won't like it," said
the clerk; "but you can help yourself;
it's out In the back yard."
Sam started for the back yard, but
the clerk yelled to him to hold ou.
"You ain't fixed to go after that
cheese," said the clerk.
So he gave him an onion to hold iv
his mouth and put a clothes-pin on his
nose and told him to keep to the wind
ward of the cheese and not come back
through the store.
It was a heavy job, but Sam got
away with the cheese and got back to
them boots; and he jest mashed up
that Limberger and put a right smart
chunk into each of them boots, and
chen he went and spilt kerosene and
oologne on the floor and burnt up two
r three old shirts, and he got up a
smudge, you would have thought a
'pothecary shop was on fire, and then
Sam jest lit out.
The boys came in for their boots at
about ten o'clock. They were purty
well set up, and they naterally put it
up that the things that Sam had
strung around was what was the mat
ter, and then got into them boots and
out of the door as quick as they could.
Mighty nifty they looked in the
ball-room, aud the boys that come in
from the ranches had to take a back
seat while them shiny fellers waltzed
in.
It weren't long before their pardners
began to look wild like, and their
noses got sot up like old women's
when they go pokin' round the house
in the night time, askin' everybody if
they don't smell cotton burning; and
then the fellers would quit and
go outside and stand on one foot and
twist their necks oft" trying to look at
their heels, and ask the other fellers if
they saw anything on their boots be
sides blacking; and then desired to
know who some fellers was; and then
they'd go back and dance again; and
then the rest of the chaps went out
and looked at their boots and cussed
and eat cloves, and jest said what
they'd like to do, and they tried to go
on with the dance, but it got too hot
and the gals wouldn't dance, but sat
by the winders and said it was awful;
and one or two faicted and the chaps
got white around the gills and the ball
jest busted. Then every feller made
remarks and insiniations about some
other chap, and there was five or six
tights; and when they got home they
went snuftin' around the same way
and finally concluded that it was in
the atmosphere; aid then when they
pulled off those boots It was in the at
mosphere so it would well nigh knock
a bull down; and eleven pair of boots
went out of eleven winders and eleven
of the maddest fellers you ever see lay
awake all night thinking what they'd
do in the . lornirg with a shot-gun.
Next day the/ found out who got
that Limberge.', but Sam Jones had
gone to Monterey. He came back in
about two weiks and packed a shot
gun all the wh.le. Whenever he came
across one of tbem cheese fellers he'd
make him throw up his hands till he
explained it tc him.
"I were at the ball and I've had no
use for Limbtrger since," said Jim.
Anybody might know that Bailey
was back in Danbury. Alluding to
ice on the walks, he says: "We can
understand why the druggists do not
clear their fronts. People must
live. But we don't understand the
other dealers."
A Moment of Horror.
For twenty-three years old Jake
Williard has cultivated the soil in
Baldwin county, and drawn therefrom
a support for himsulf and wife. He is
childless. Not long ago Jake left the
bouse in search of a cow. His route
lay through an old worn-out patch of
clay land, about six acres in extent,
in the comer of which was a well 25
or 30 feet deep that at some time,
probably, had furnished the inmates
of a dilapidated house near by with
water. In passing this spot, an ill
wind drifted Jake's " tile " from bis
head, and maliciously wafted it to
the edge of the old well and in it tum
bled.
Now Jake had always practiced the
virtue of economy, and he immedi
ately set about recovering the lost hat.
He ran to the well and, finding it dry
at the bottom, he uncoiled the rope
which he had brought for the purpose
of capturing the truant cow, and after
several attempts to catch the hat with
a noose, he concluded to save time by
going down Into the well himself. To
accomplish this, he made fast one end
of the rope to a fence hard by, and
was soon on his way down into the
well. •
It is a fact, of which Jake was no
less obvious than the reader hereof,
that Ned Wells was in the dilapidated
building aforesaid, antl that an old
blind horse, with a bell on his neck,
who had been turned out to die, was
lazily grazing within a short distance
of the well.
The devil himself or some other
wicked spirit, put it into Ned's crani
um to have a little fun; so he quietly
slipped up to the horse, unbuckled the
strap, and approached with slow and
measured "ting-a-ling" to the edge of
the well.
"Dang the old blind horse!" said
Jake; "he's a comin' this way sure,
and got no more sense than to fall in.
Whoa, Ball!"
But the continued approach of the
"ting-a-ling" told as plainly as words
that old Ball wouldn't " whoa." Be
sides, Jake was at the bottom, rest
ing before trying to " shin it" up the
rope.
"Great Jerusalem!" said he; "the old
cuss will be a-top o' me before J. can
say Jack Robinson! Whoa! dangyou,
whoa!"
Just then Ned drew up to the edge
of the well and with his foot kicked a
little dirt into it.
"Oh, Lord!" exclaimed Jake, falling
on his knees at the bottom of the well;
"I'm gone now —Whoa!— Now I la*
me down to sleep—Whoa! Ball!—I
pray the Lord my soul to —Whoa!
now!—Oh, Lord! have mercy on me!"
Ned could bold la no longer, and
fearful that Jake might suffer from his
frignt, he revealed himself.
Probably Ned didn't make tracks
with his heels toward that well. May
be Jake wasn't up to the top of it in
order. May be not; I don't know.
But Ido know that if Juke Muds out
who sent you this, it will be the last
squib you'll get from me.
The man who won't take a paper
because he can borrow one, has in
vented a machine with which he can
cook his dinner by the smoke of his
neighbor's chimney.
"What on earth made you get so
drunk, and why, oh why, do you come
to me in this dreadful state?" "Be
cause, my darling, all the other places
are shut up."
Isaac says breakfast cakes are not
very deer, but the transformation of
~— —» 1..,t Litu, '' ±y y to «lo« ..-1. ~,t^
when first mixed, and cooking makes
dem buck-wheats."
A rural paper expressed the opinion
that the colleges nave already gone
crazy over the coming regatta, and got
back the answer that they were still
in possession of their Faculties.
"What makes you look so glum,
Tom?" "Oh, I had to endure a sad
trial to my feelings." "What on
earth was it?" "Why, I had to tie on
a pretty girl's bonnet with her mother
looking."
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
4401.D BEPOKT.
San Francisco, March 5.
Oold, 112%.
Greenbacks—Buying, 88; selling, 88%.
aau Francisco Markets— By Telegraph.
San Francisco. March 5.
KLOCR—I6 oOijis 25.
WHEAT-81 57'.;<al 00.
BARLEY—SI 30M1 5«
OATS— iI mtl 80.
It YE—sl 12.
HAY—tltel7.
wooi^-ia«2oc.
ONIONS-75ci§»1 25.
CORN-SI 50.
BEANS-2'[email protected]
HOPS-30(!«a2c.
COTTON—SI 4%.
POTATOES—SI [email protected] 86
SWEET POTATOES—*I 00.42 00.
BUTTER-SOc.
CHEESE—[email protected]
EGGS—27%c. per dor.
PEAOHES-sl(Sil 75 * box.
[email protected] 75 * box.
FIGS-:i7<ajsoc. * lb.
HONEY-20(ai27c. * lb.
[email protected]
HAMS-12%«13c.
LARD—[email protected]
Wholesale Market.
PROVISIONS.
Flour— Onions 2 00
Extra* bb1...55%(<|6% Nails,* keg... tt 25
Superfine 5 Uo«*s 50 Fruit—
Bacon,* lb 16:917% Can'd * doz 450
Hams 15<318 Ass'd .1e11ie5...4 50&5 1)0
Lard H%'916% Drikd-"
Sugar— Apples * lb.. 9
Crushed 11% Peaches 9
Island No. 1 10 Grapes 8
Coffee 24 Potatoes,*ctl..l 7SM 00
Corn,* cental 225 Salt—
Barley 1 00 Common.... 1 50
Wheat 125 Liverpool.... 200
Butter,** B> 50 Candies,* tb... 18*335
Cheese I&ud6 Candles [email protected]
Swiss Cheese.. 37% Brooms, *doz 3c<*B 75
Codfish 9 Liquors, * ese S«UO
Salmon (j%<*7 CIOARS—
Mackerel 14 Dom'c* 1000 [email protected]
Tea 37<<j75 Imported do 12O(u,200
"Green 100 Powdkr—
12% Mlning.*kg 450
Tobacco So(Sil 00 Canned [email protected]
Beans, * cwt.. 150 Fuse. *100 ft... *2 00
WARRANTS ON THE GOPHHER AND
Squirrel Fund, protested on or before
August 18,1873, are now duo and payable at
the otllce of the County Treasurer.
T. E. ROWAN,
Ja7 tf County Treasurer.
j± CARD
To the People of Los Angeles and
Southern California In Ceneral.
I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
you that with an exteusivo experience of
twenty-five years In some of the finest cities
of this continent and Europe as a
Theoretical and Practical Builder,
I have permanently located In the city of Los
Angeles, and ask of you v share of your pat
ronage as contractor or superintendent of
buildings of every kind.
Tbe Palace er tbe Cottage, tbe Cathe
dral or the Chapel,
Of any desigu or style, with all the modern
improvements of the ago. store Fronts and
Shelving, Inside Finish for offices, banks,etc.,
of the most elaborate designs aud latest styles.
Also, Stairs, Towers, Spires, Domes, Observa
tories, Balconies and Verandahs. Will make
f>atterns for castings, architectural ormechan
cal. Plans and specifications, if desired, will
be furnished. JK. A. MARSHALL,
felBdlw;wtf No. 72 Fort street. ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
New Wilson Sewing Machine!!
The People's Favorite and Ladies'
Friend.
"""" X HE
WILSON
Shuttle Lock Stitch Sewing Machine
Is at last conceded by all to bo tho BEST now
in use. Being so Simple and Light Running
that, the most delicate lady or child can use it.
Can regulate Tension or change stitch while
sewing.
THE WILSON
Is best adapted for all varieties ot family sew
ing trom the lightest fabric to the heaviest
cloth or leather.
Every Machine "Warranted
for fire years without expense to purchaser.
THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS have been
awarded at the Worlds Fair, Vienna and Statu
Fairs and Expositions throughout California
and the Eastern States. What bettor superi
ority over all others.
Price from $10 to $15 Lower
than for any oi her first class Machine. Send
for descriptive catulogue free.
K. O. GLIDOI'IN, Agent.
Oflice—White House, corner Los Angeles and
Commercial streets. nM-ttn
CABANIS & MADECAN7
Real Estate & Money Brokers.
LEW G. CABANIS,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE—No 41 Temple Block, upstairs -en
trance, first stairway below the Bank, on
Spring street.
For .Sulo OlitMip:
3,000 Walnut trees 3 years old
1,000 Orange " 3 " "
2,000 " « 2 " «
10,000 " M 1 year "
1,000 Lemon " 2 years "
100 Fig " 2 " "
500 Pepper "2& 3 " "
Apply to
CABANIS & MADEGAN,
On tho premises, H. Bead's place, West of
Main street, on rico street. Jan23tf
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial,
Suits made to order for
Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars.
A tine slock of Imported and domestic
BlankPttH and Plannolo
Constantly on hand. Also, atlne stock ol
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
&c, &c, Sec, Ac,
Of Foreign aud Domestic manufacture, kept
in stock and made up In the best style of the
tailoring art.
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER.
sepf-tf
GRANp RE-OPENING OF THE
ORIENT SALOON.
We have Just received a Large and Entire
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
«*" Punches and Cobblers Specialties.
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
O. E. GARI) Manager. myKttf—l
Montana Meat Market.
FBfIELINUEK & FUA NCK. fvg&
The best and tenderest Meats
iv the market. None but the mmtaalL
Primest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Moat Market, Main Street, near First, Los
Angeles junltf—B
CUCAMONGA WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR.underneath the new
U. S. Hotel, corner of Los Angeles and Re
quena streets. Wine by thcs Glass, Bottle or
Gallon. All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTICE.
The public of Ix>s Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person In Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmerhus wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN.
hos-2ptf-4
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
county Di I,os Angeles, State of California.
In the mutter of the estate of S. M. Stout,
deceased.
Lavlna Stout, the administratrix of the es
tate of S. M. Stout, deceased, having this day
tiled her final account of her administration
Of said estate, and it appearing by said ac
count and report accompanying the same
that the said estate Is ready for distribution,
it is now ordered that the Ist day ot April at the
Court room of said Court, in the city of Ix>s
Angoles, at 10 o'clock a, m., is hereby fixed for
the settlement of said account and distribu
tion of said estate; und that all parties inter
ested must be notified to appear on said day
and show cause, if any they have, why said
account should not be approved, sal/ estate
distributed nnd the administration thereof
closed, by publication of a copy Of this order
for four successive weeks In the Los Angeles
Weekly Hekald, a newspaper published lv
said county.
Los Angeles, Feb. 28, 1875.
H. K. R. O'MELVENY,
Attest: Probate Judge.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. f27:stw
Q. B. COMPTON, 11. |k BINrOHU,
t'ompton, Cal. Late of Jackson, Term.
COMPTON & BINFORD,
Real Estate Brokers.
Employment and Intelligence Office.
Offices at Compton and Los Angeles.
Los Angel, s Office at corner of Court and
Spring streets.
Horse and buggy free to show property, both
In the city and country. We have
Large Tracts of Land
for sale in Log Angeles, Kern, and San Ber
nardino counties, on very reasonable terms.
Parties looking lor homos in Southern Call
ornlu, will do well to call on us.
COMPTON &, BINFORD,
mylwiy Real Estate Brokers.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WM. FAftRELL,
No. IO COURT STRK ET,
Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam Pipe
EITTEH,
Buildings fitted withUas aud Water Pipe
and fixtures at short notice, on
Hettaonablo Terms.
Gas fixtures raflnlshed and made to look
as £ood as new. Tho
EMPIRE GAS BURNER
IPOlt NALE.
wr All Work Warranted,
AtJENT FOR THE
Plass "Economic" Gas Governo .
That reduces gas bills
IP ORT V PKB dX 3M X..
Aud can be attached to any gas meter.
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FOR CHEAP GOODS!
184 Main street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
Ueuerul Manager.
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THOMPSON & WATERMAN'S
Semi-Tropical and General Nurseries.
Hu.ll Pedro street,
(near corner of Washington, two miles south
of Court House.)
A large and choice assortment of
Seml-Tropical an.l Northern Fruit
Trees.
Also, a choice assortment of
ICastern IPoresl Trees,
and other shade and ornamental trees and
Nhrubbery. Come and see our stock.
Catalogue and price list sent free.
THOMPSON * WATERMAN.
Los Angeles, Cal. d'.Ttf
The Steams Ranches.
ALFRED KOBINHON, Trustee,
543 Market Street, San Francisco, «'n|.
Q(\ f\(\(\ ACRES OF LAND
*Zf\J*\J\J\J for sale, iv lots to suit,
suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap
ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax,
Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also inuny thousand
acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant ut an average depth
of six feet from the surface. On almost, every
acre »f this land FLOWING A RTESIA \
irtiiim K.au ue ouiafned, ana r lie more ele
vated portions can be Irregated by the water
of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands
are naturally insist, requiring only good cul
tivation to produce crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Casn; balance In one,
two and threu years, with 10 per cent interest.
I will take pleasure In showing these lands
to parties seeking land, who ate invited to
come and see this extensive tract beiore pur
chasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24, 1873
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NOTICE.
THE SAN PEDRO IRRIGATING COM
pany, prlneipul place of business being
Compton, Los Angeles county, State of Cali
fornia.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting ot
the Directors held on the ltfth day of Decem
ber, 1874, an assessmentof eight and one-i bird
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 on or before the
87th May or March, 1875,
To J. J. Morton, Secretary of said corporation,
at his office In Compton, said county and
State.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the said 27th duy of March,
187"), will he delinquent and advertlnco
for sab' dl public auction, and unless ... -
meat i» made heiorc wi ' I be Sold on Ihe IS.h
day of April, 1.i7,». lo pay Ihe delinquent
■Mes-m -nt, together wiii. oust <>f advertising'
and expenses of sale. J. J. MORTON.
Secret:<]■;..
Compton, Los Angelas Co.,statet»f flail i
February 251 h, 18 5. 28: d
Proposals for Building Bridge Across
the Santa Ana River.
CI.KKK'H OI'TH'K, BoAKI) OF SUPERVISORS, \
Los A.nuki.es Co., California. \
Notice is hereby given that sealed propo
sals will be receive:! al the office of the Clerk
of the Board of Supervisors Iron, this date up
toand including the third day of April, 1X75,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for eonstrucling a bridge
across the Santa Ana river, in conformity to
an Actofthe Legislature of the State of Cali
fornia, approved February 4,1874, "Authoriz
ing the Board ot Supervisors of Los Angeles
county to locate and build a bridge across (be
Santa Ana river, In Los Angeles county, and
to Issue bonds for the payment or the same."
Said bridge to he constructed In seeOTOanos
with the plans and specifications now on file
In this office.
The Board reservss the right to reject any
and all bids, as the public good may require.
By order of I he Board of Supervisors.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
February 2«, 1875. fe27 tap i
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTAIF! OH*
Alfredo Valenzuelo, deceased.—Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned. Adminis
trator ol the above named estate to the cred
itors of and al) persons having cl.t'ms again
ssaldecea ed to exhibit the -utile wi:h I
necessary vouchers wllhiu four months from
the first publication of this notice to tho un
dersigned at the office of Hurtman A Haley,
Room 18 Downey Block. Los Angeles City.
FELIPE NERIO VALENZUELA.
lx>s Angeles, Cal., February Bth, 1875.
feo9.4w
PROBATE NOTICE.

IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
coiinty of Los Angeles, State of California.
—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.
Administratrix of the estate of Thomas A.
Mayes, deceased, to the creditors of aud all
persons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said Admin
is Tutrix, at tho office of her attorneys, Messrs.
Whiting 4 King, In Downey Block, In the
city of Los Angeres, or at her residence in El
Monte, California,
MARY A. MAYES,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Thos. A. Mayes, deceased.
Dated at El Monte, California, this 9th day
of February, a. D. 1875. felO 4w
AREVALO & FALLKENAU,
r r KA Q HEKH OF MUSIC.
Office In Laufrauco's Building-, Main
Street, Wo. 74.
WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE PIANO,
Guitar, in Singing and the Spanish lan
guage, at pupil's homes or at our ottice.
We Form Classes for Singing and
Spanish.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO 12 A. M.
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LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
fl» FASHION g&
Livery and Sale Stable,
MACY, WILSON &. CO.,
MAIN street, opposite Arcadia street.
Horses and Carriages, Single Or Double, and
Saddle Horses kept constantly on hand for
the accommodation of the Public
Horses boarded by the day, week, or month
at reasonable rates. Conveyances furtiishe i
for private or public occasions al ihe shortest
notice nnd upon as reasonable tei ms as at any
F-irat-OlawH ICatablishmenl
In Southern California.
H X A It H PC S
Connected with the aliove stables are Plain
and Glass, which will he supplied, with or
Without plumes, on terms
Delyiuu Competition.
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
janl2tl Proprietors.
LOUIS KMKKY I' \i. K. tII . I X KPHKAM OIiAVEI,.
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Manufacturers of
Carriages and Wagons
Of all kinds, made of the best ma*
terial. They also keep on hand a
large stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring and
Heavy Wagons,
of their own make, which they warrant In
every respect.
They have determined to sell their work at
prices as low ns the inferior and worthless
work that Is frequently being palmed oft up
on the commcnlly in Los Angeles and else
where.
Call and see tho best assortment 1)1
<Jarrmee» and I.tusseiew
ever effered in Los Angeles. All Carriages
and Buggies manufactured by us, are lined
With Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable
Spring; L,n,asyTt»aolc,
so well adapted to comfort.
sep2'2
THE INDISPENSABLE
Poultry, Game, Fish, Fruit and Vege
table Market,
MAIN STREET, East side, two doors South
of Heller's Butcher shop.
All kinds of Poultry and Game, Fi h, fresh
and cured; and Fruits and Vegetables iv sea
son, kept constantly on hand and delivered
free to any part of the city. Give me tf call.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Janl7-lm DIFFENPOFFEK A KING.
PALACE
H4IB H r ro.*i^
F. M.~CUIOL,
IMI'OKTER OK
HUMAN HAIR AND PERFUMERIES.
HAIR WORKED AND MADE UP IN
any style.
LuiMcs' Hnii' Dresmingf a
Bp«eiulty.
No. 3 A.LIBO STREET,
One Door from the Corner
of Los Angeles.
declG-ti
JOSEPH BRESON,
SAMPLE ROOMB,
OPPOSITE 11. S. HOT EE, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
»»"Teiuple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company** office. noi-tf—3
CITY BREWERY
And SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
DOS ANGELEi-
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
no2-tf—3 JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
GROTTO SALOON,
Corner Commercial and Main street*.
(Dncoinmun's Building.)
Wf O W O 1» 1Q TV,
Where can bo found all the choicest brandsof
LIQUORS
In the market. Also, all the finest imported
BEERS,
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Bayrlsu, Ac
Delicacies by the PI te:
Pigs' Feet, Tongue, Carters. Anchories. Sar
dalles, Sardines, Herrings, Cheese
assorted, Steamed Sausage.
A Hue Milliard Table connected will. !he ei<
tablishmcii:.
ROGERS & POTUSKEY,
feblfitf Proprietors.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
PROCLAMATION.
STATK OF CALIFORNIA, ')
EXKCUTIVK DKPAKTMKNT,
Sackamknto, January 2:. >ci. J
Whereas, one C. Chavis is Implicated in the
perpetration of murders and other crimes
committed in tills State, and Is a fugitive from
Justice and remains at large notwithstanding
the offer of a large reward for his arrest and
conviction proclaimed May 22,1874;
Now, therefore, I, Newton Roolh, Coventor
of California, by virtue of authority In me
vested, revoke the said proelitmation of May
22,1871, and do hereby offer a reward of Two
Thousand dollars for the arrest of said C. Cha
vis, payable upon his delivery to the Sheriff
of Monterey county, In this State.
<~*— > In testimony whereof I have here
i uuat I unto set my hand and caused the
jsKAL j (Jreat seal of state to beaftixed at Che
' —. — 1 city of Sacramento, California, this
twenty-seventh day of January, A. D. 1875.
NEWTON UOOTH.
Attest: DttuuY M ei.onk, Sect, of SI ate.
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Probate Notice.
XN the matter oft he estate of Henry Schmidt
deceased.—Notice Is hereby given by tlie
undersigned executor of the last, will and tes
tament of said Henry Schmidt, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having olatma
agalnstsald deceased to exhibit the same with
the necessary vouchers, within four months
from the first publication of this notice, to the
undersigned at the office of George 0. Gibbs,
Attorney, No. 1% Spring street, I,os Angeles
City. J. E. Met DMAS.
Los Angeles, Cal. Feb. 10, 1875. lm
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT, STATE OK
California,county of Los Angeles.—ln lie
matter of the estate of Ignaclo Coronel, de
ceased.—Pursuant to an order of this Court
made this day, notice is hereby given, that
Tuesday, the second day of March, A. D. 1876,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the Court
Room of this Court, In tho City and County of
Los Angeles, has been appointed for hearing
the application of A. F. Coronel, praying 1 hat
a document now on file In this Court, purport
ing to bo the last Will and testament of Igna
clo Coronel, deceased, be admitted to Probate
and that letters temtamentary bo Issued there
on to A. F. Corouel, ut which time and place
all persons interested therein may appearand
contest the same. A. W. POTTS, clerk.
[ska 1. J By E. H. Owkn, Deputy.
Los Angeles, Feb. 18tb, 1875. H»tmhB
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS-.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COUttT OF THESEV
entecntli Judicial District of the Sis I c of
California, in mill for the county of Don An
geles.- Pauline Hannau, plaintiff, against Mi
chael II unnau, dcfendnnl. Action brought in
the I),sulci Court of the 17th Judicial District
of the - talc of California, In nnd lor the coun
ty v* Los Angeles, mid the oornpialrit tiled in
I -ii io count) 1 of Eos Angeles, In tlie olllce of Ihe
clerk of suit! District Court.
The 1. epic of the State of California send
greeting toll, Hannau defendant: • You are
hereby inquired to appear in an action brought
against yon by the above-named plaintiff In
the District Courted* (he SeventeenthJudlelsl
District of the Htate of California, In and for
tlie county ol Los Angeles, and In answer the
complaint Hied therein, within ten days (oX
olusfve of tlie day of service) after the service
on you o! this summons—it served within this
county; or, if served oui of this county, hut
in this Dlstiict.wilhin twenty days; otherwise,
within forty days, or judgment hy default will
be taken against yon according to the prayer
ot saiii oomplalnt.
The said action Is brought toobtaln a decree
of this Court for Ihe dissolution of the bonds
of matrimony between plaintiff and defend
ant ami for general relief. Reierenoeti had to
oomplalnt for particular*.
And yon are hereby notified thai If you (Mil
to appear und answer the snid complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff Will cause
your default to be entered and will apply to
the Court fortlie relief demanded in the com
plaint.
■—. Given under my hand and the seal
/uwat lof the District Court of the Seven
\* KAI ' jleenth Judicial District of the State
v—' of California. In and for the county
of Eos Angeles, this 28lh day of December, in
ihe year ot our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-four.
A. \V. POTTS, Clerk,
Hy 0. \V. GOULD, Deputy Clerk.
dec29-2in
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE HEV
enteenth Judicial District ot (he state of
Cal Horn la, In and for the county of Los Ange l
ies -Thomas W, lrvln, plaintiff,anlnst Adrl
ann irvlh, defendant. Action brought in
the Districi Court of the seventeenth Judicial
District ol tlie slate of Californ'a, In and for
the county of Los Angeles, and theoomplalni
tiled in said cottnlv Of LOS Angeles, in the
office of the Clerk of said District Court.
The people of the State of California send
greeting to Adriann irvin defendant.
You arc hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above-named
plaintifl'in tile District Conrl of the Seven
tei■nth Judicial Districi .il l be State of Califor
nia, in und for t he county Of Los Angeles, and
toanswer the complain! Died therein, within
leu days (exclusive of the day of service) after
the service on you of Ibis summons—lf served
within this county) or, If served out of this
county, but in this Districi, Within twenty
days; otherwise, wi.hin forty days—or Judg
ment by default will be taken against you
according lo the prayer of said complaint,
The said action is brought lo obtain a decree
of this Court that Ihe bonds of matrimony
between plaintiff and defendant be dissolved.
Reference is had tocomplalni for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fuii
io appear and answer the said complaint, as
above required. Ihe said plaintiff Will cause
year default to he entered and will apply to
C c Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
...— >—Given under my hand and the Sea)
f lot the District Court of the Sev n
jsi:.\L S-teenlh Judicial Dis!riot of the Slate
(of California, in and for the con my
•—i— * of Los Angeles, this sist day of De
cember, iii Ihe year of OUT I .ord one thousand
i lglii hundred nnd seventy-tour.
A. W. POTTB, Clerk.
By C. \V\ Gould, Deputy Clerk.
Stephen M. W'nite, Attorney at Law. 15 Dow
ney's Rlock, Los Angeles. Jnnfi-'ini
SUMMONS.
JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 17TH
indicia! Districi of the State ol California,
in and for f lie county ot Ivs Angelas.—Killian
Messer, plaintiff, against Fowler Smith et al.,
defendants. Action brought iv the District
Court ol the .Seventeenth Judicial District of
the stale of California, in and lor the county
of Los Angeles, and the complaint tiled in
said oounty of Los Angeles In the office of the
Clerk of said District Court.
The people of the slate of California send
greeting to Fowler sin lib, Louis Antonio 15a r
thcl, Anttstuclo Fell?., Gertrudes Vuicimit-ia
do Duarte, GntcliornoC illuintilim, J, m. Moto,
Oregorta Zunlgu de Vatenzuela, Rafael <ial
lardo, Juan Bautlsta Martin,Grivanu Antonio
I'elanconi, defendants: You are hereliy re
quired to appear in an action brought against
you by the above-named plaintiff In the Dis
trict Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of the state of California, in and for ihccounty
of Los Angeles, and to answer the oomplalnt
Hied therein, wit bin ten days i exclusive of the
day of service utter the service on you of this
summons-if served within (his <•■ unty, or, If
served out of this county, but In this District,
wit It ii, twenty days; otherwise, within forty
day's, or Judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer of said
complaint.
The sai l notion is brought toobtaln a judg
ment of this Court quieting title of plaintiff to
I he land described in the complaint against
the defendants for costs aud general relief.
Reference is had locoinplaint.a certified copy
ot which accompanies an I is made part of this
summons.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
aboverequired, tbe said plaintiff will cause
yourdefnuits to be entered and will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint,
,—' —, Given under my hand and the Seal
/urn lof the District Court oi the Seven
[•■AX, f teenth Judicial District of the State
i —. — 1 of Culitoi ilia, in and for tlie county
of Los Angeles, tills 22d day of December, in
t be year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-four.
A. W. POTTS, Clerc.
Ily 0. W. GOULD, Deputy Clerk,
R. M. WIbHEV, Att'y for Plaintiff. fe74w
Certificate of Partnership
OOP THIS FIRM OFTH. EUPH RAT* CO.,
doing business la th« eily of Inn Ange
les, county oi Los Angeles, State of California.
We, the undersigned persons, hereby certify
that the above described partnership Is com
posed of the following persona and no others,
Whose names and places of residence are us
follows, to-wit:
Theophilus Euphrat, Los Angoles.
Frederick Euphrat, Los Angeles.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto af
fixed l ur hands and seals this fourth day o
February, 187.").
STATg Of t'AMKOKMA, )
Coenly of Los Angeles, J
(in i his fourth day of February, in the year
1875, before me personally appeared Theophi
lus Euphrat and Frederick Euphrat, known
lv me in be tiu persona whose names are
subscribe i to the within Instrument, and
acknowledged to me that they cxeculed the
same.
—' —, Witness my hand and official seal
i , I this — u>y of Fob-vary, 1875.
t I A. W. P( >TTS, Clerk.
• —. — By E. 11. Owkn, Deputy.
THFoI'HILUS EUPHRAT.
feo FltEl . EUPHRAT.
Notice to Everybody.
%TOTI(;K Is hereby given to all persons who
131 have had d. aliug with K. G:.y A Co., or
to any persons that may hereafter trust E.
Guy, orE. (Jay »V Co. for any supplies or ma
terials of any kind, or work for E. Gay, or E.
Guy & Co., thai I will not be responsible in
any manner for their payment; that 1 wIM
not be liable for any debts which E. Gay or
E. Gay ,v- Co. may contract.
I am n )t a member of the Arm of E. Gay ,fc
Co., nor have I been a member of the firm
since 17th day of October, 1574, when a no'lee
of dissolution was published,
I have already been compelled to pay eight
hundred und nlnety»th*ee dollars for debts
contracted by E. (Jay since the dissolution of
said partnership; and i Lis notice is pun
ished that I may relieve myself of responsi
bility for debts to be oontracted by E. Gay or
E Gay A Co. In future.
feu9-lni I J)A . DOUGHERTY.
Assessment Notice.
RANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
7 ol Los Angeles—Location of Principal
place of business: Los Angeles, California.
Notice is hereby given tnut at a meeting ol
the Directors held In this city on the Hist day
of.ltlly, 1874, tin assessment (No. LofFIVE
. DOLLARS PIIR SHARK was levied upon the
Capital Slock of said Company, payable IM
MKW.vi i t.v, in United Slides gold coin, to the
Secretary, attheolllce of the Company, No. 41
Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any
slock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpalilon the Ist day of SeiMember 187t
will be declared delinquent and advertised for
sale ai public auction, and unless puyment Is
made before, Will be sold on the
16th day ef September, 1874,
To pay delinquent assess Bent, together with
cosl of advertising and,m^,.„, 0 0 t sale
By order of the Board.
n«„ xt m lj>M HOLT, Secretary.
ojuUbalrA P Block ' IMS Xn * 6lm
Dutedr July 111, 1874.
Again Postponed.
At a regulur meeting of tlle Boaid,l leid De
" . 187* i the time ut which'the pa£
ment, ot the above assessment became delin
quent, was again postponed to January*2d,
L. M. HOLT,
aecl Secretary

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