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City and County Official Directory.
City Directory.
P. BEAUDRY Mayor
Office, Council Chamber.
J. J. CARRIE)A), City Marshal
Offlce.No. 45 Spriug stroeu
J. J. MELLUS, City Treasurer
Office. Court House.
A. W. HUTTON City Attorney
Office, No. 58 Temple Block.
M. KREMER City Clerk
office, No. 45 Spring street.
WM. E. MOOKE .CltySurveyor
Office, Moore* Keleber, New High St.
Dr. J. H. Mo KEF. Health OfflCCr.
Office No. 11 Spring and Temple streets
fosimsn tonne. I:
Meets at Council Rooms, No. 45 Spring St,,
at 7:30 p. m. . Thursday ofeaeh week.
COUNCILMKN :
T. P. CAMPBELL. L. Lit '11 I'ENBERGERJ
J. MULLALY. JTQ. CARMONA.
W. W. ROBINSON. 11. SOTELLO.
M. TEED. JOSE MASCAREL.
C. E. RUBER, L. WOLFSKILL.
E. H. WORKMAN, T. LEAH\.
Chamber of Commerce;
8. LAZARD, Pres.,
W. J. BRODRICK, S. B. CASWELL,
secretary. Treasurer.
M J. NEW MARK, EUG EN E MBY E X,
JOHN GDOWNEY, J. Dk B. »HORB,
R. M. WIDNEY, I. W. LORD,
IE E. HEWITT. H. O, BARROWS.
Hoar.l of Education :
H. D. BARROWS, President.
M. KREMER, Sec'v. ALFRED JAMES,
DR..I. KURTZ. J. P. WIDNEY.
DR. W. T. LUCKY, City Supt. Public Schools
IriM Angeles Library Association:
J. R. McOONNELL. President
J. C. LITTLEFIELD Librarian
Library, Downey Block.
Judicial Directory:
Y. SEPULVEDA District Judge
Terms of Court—First Monday of reb.,
May., Aug., and Nov.
H. K. S. O'AiELVBNY...Judge of Probate and
County Courts.
Terms of Court—First Monday of Jan.,
Mar., May, July. Sept,, and Nov.
GEO. C. UIBBS Diet, Court Commissioner,
Office, No. IS Spring street.
Justices" ConrtM:
WM. H. GRAY...Temple Block, over W. yTa
Co.'s Office.
JOHN TRAFFORD...Downey Block, Temple
Street,
National Officials.
H. K. W. BENT Postmaster
Postofliee, Temple Block.
ALFRED JAMES Reg. IT. S. Land Office
J. W. HAVERSTK'K....Kee. U. S. Land Oflice
Temple Block.
J. O. WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev.
Office, No. 10, Temple Block.
J. R. BRIERLY Int. Rev. Gauger
Office, No. 48, Temple Block.
J. D. DUNLAP Dept. U. 8. Marshal
New High street.
B. C. WHITING U. S. Court Commissioner
Office, Nos. 28 and 28, Downey Block.
JACOB A. MOURENHAUT French Consul
Main street,
CLINTON B. SEARS, In charge of Improve
ment of Wilmington Harbor—Residence
at terminus ol street railroad.
County Directory.
A. W. POTTS Co. Clerk and Clerk of Courts
J. W. GILLETTE Co. Recorder and Auditor
1 E.ROWAN Co. Treasurer
V. R. ROWLAND ..Co. Sheriff aud Tax Coll.
GEO. H. PECK Co. Supt. of Schools
DIONICIO BOTILLER _ Co. Assessor
L. SEBOLD Co. Surveyor
Board of Supervisors:
GEO. HINDS, Chairman,
J.M.GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVTBY,
F. PALOMAREB, F. MACHACO,
A. SEPULVEDA, Acting Interp.eter.
Regular Meetings—First Monday of each
month.
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BACKMAN HOUSE.
Nos, 36, 38 aud 40 Main street,
Eos Anoeles, Cal.
THIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTKI. just
finished and thrown open to the public, is
furnished throughout with
New Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
Rooms large, well lighted and ventilated
and supplied with water, gas and lire.
THE TABLE
Is supplied with tlie best the market affords
and no Chinese cooks employed.
For Eautlliea, ita accommodations are
nnaurpasned.
For IJuniness Men
And visitors, its conveniences aie 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
tention of the proprietors to make it a quiet
and favorite resort for families.
Board by tne Day, Week, or Month
For persons not requiring rooms.
MR. & MRS. BACKMAN,
feb4tf Proprietors.
CAPE HOUSE
NEW HIGH (STREET.
THIS HOUSE IsTuST FINISHED, AND
its rooms are large sunny, and elegantly
furnished. No house in the city Is better lo
cated, and Its rooms are arranged to be used
single or In suites. The
CARPETS ARE ALL BRUSSELS,
AND THE FURNITURE
First-Class Black Walnut.
The proprietor assures al I that they cannot
find a more respectable location or better ac
commodations In the city.
WM. CAPE, Proprietor.
mr9
BO V lII> I]N O.
RAILROAD HOUSE.
ALAMEDA ST., one square above Aliso.
The House has been recently refitted and
newly furnished. Day board 95 00 per week;
board and lodging, $6 Ot).
L. V. RUCKER.
feb'JStf Proprietor.
Rooms and Board
AT THE
KIMBALL MANSION,
New High Street,
-VTEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL Church.
.131 Fine, large, well lurnished suites and
single rooms, with all modern improvements
and a first-class table. The House is
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED
On high ground and commands a charming
view of mountain and valley. nv26-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. It. Depot, where he may be found, and
wilt be pleased to see his friends and pa
trons. ALLEN WILCOX.
Jan24-tf
AREVALO & FALLKENAU,
TEACHERS OE MUSIC,
outre- In Lanfraueo's Building, Main
Street, No. 74.
WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE PIANO,
Guitar, in Singing and theSpnnish lan
guage, at pupil's homes or at our office.
We Form Classes for Singing and
Spanish.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO 12 A. M.
laOtf
Well-Dig^irig.
lAMI AM PREPAREDTO DO WELL-DIGGING
in the most satisfactory manner and on
the shortest notice. Water guaranteed for
Wilcox Lifters of all d.menslons.
REFERENCES.
By permission, I re'er to Mr. Longstreet,
Mr. Ledyard. Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whfs.ler.
' THOMAS HAMILTON,
jangtf At Swlgart * Huber's, Main St.
if ft* |ft|lWtji Snail
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY MARCH 11, 1873.
REUNION OF OLD CALIFORNIANS.
[New York Courier, Sunday. February 21st.]
On the evening of February 11th,
is;:,, there was assembled in this city
a highly respectable party of gentle*
men, most of whom had been residents
of California prior to its admission as
a State into this glorious Yankee
Union. The objective point of this
gathering of Argonauts, or pioneers,
was to consummate the recent organ
ization of a California Society and to
have a good time generally with those
who had basked in the sunlight of the
Golden State in her earlier and less
prosperous days. The reunion assumed
the form of a" banquet, and the place
selected for it to eventuate was the
Sturtevant House, kept by two of the
Leland's—a family more distinguished
in the hotel business than any other
we know of on this continent. We say
this much of them, notwithstanding
their lack of appreciation of a brauch of
the press. Tlie invitations sent out to
the banquet bore the names of such
men as:
Vice-Admiral S. C. Rowan, U. S.
Navy; Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker, U. S.
Army; Major Gen. H. Gates Gibson,
U. S. Army: Hon. Rotlman M. Price,
Major Gen. Rufus Ingalls,U. S. Army;
Major Russell Myers, Gen. Francis E.
Pinto, Jacob P. Leese, Jeremiah Sher
wood, John Sickels, Jas. E. Nuttmau,
Wm. Colligan, Willard B. Farwell,
etc.
A goodly array of distinguished gen
tlemen on paper, but after all the
actual labor attendant on the getting
up of this affair fell to the hands of
our venerable recruit, high private
Francis I). Clark. Frank is a thorough
go-ahead business man, and when on
a committee he can successfully, it
you give him his way, do the work of
ten Major-Generals or Vice-Admirals.
But of tlie banquet. It was a grand
affair—grand in its attendance and
grand in its management, but still
grander in its menu. The Lelands ab
solutely outdid themselves in its pre
parations; and to say that of such pub
lic caterers is to say all that is neces
sary, for we have not the space to
publish the bill of fare, or say more in
the praise of tlie great house of Le
land.
We might, however, add that the
tables were loaded at all times during
the evening with the choicest wines of
California vintage. But of the guests
at the tables: General H. Gates Gib
sou, U. S. A., now in command of
Fort Wads worth, piesided. Gen. G.
made his entree into Caiiforhia in 1848
as a second lieutenant TJ. 8. A., 3d ar
tillery, Co. M, stationed at San
Diego. No braver man ever
drew a sword than is the gallant
little Gibson. Next among the guests
we noticed ex-Governor Rodman M.
Price, of New Jersey. The Governor
served in California as Purser on board
of one of the ships in Commodore
Sloat's fleet. Next we recognized
Jacob P. Leese, a brother-in-law of
the old Mexican Geneneral Vallejo.
Mr. Leese settled in California in 1833.
He built the first frame house that
was erected in San Francisco. Com
modore C. K. Garrison next attracted
our attention. We rememc-er mm
from the fact that he was one of the
earliest Mayors of 'Frisco, and that
too at a time when men of nerve were
needed to sail the ship of State. The
Commodore's connection with the Cal
ifornia steamers, in its early days,
must be known to all the world. And
here sits jolly John Sickles. John is
now the Secretary of the Union Gas
Company, but he is remembered by
the old Californians as clerk of John
Minturn, the pioneer steamboatmau
of California and owner of the steam
boat Senator, that ran between
San Francisco and Sacramento
in 1849. Ah! that was a famous old
boat—she came from New York, and
was owned, we believe, by the Min
turn's, and she made her weight in
geld for her owners iv a year or two.
Jehn charged the boys who were
going to the mines twenty dollars up,
and when they came back it was five
dollars more. Many a hundred pounds
of dust John handled in those days.
And here too is General Jones, who
started the first organized militia reg
iment in California—near him sits
Gen. F. E. Pinto, who served gallant
ly with Burnett's regiment in the
Mexican war, and then came to Cali
fornia to take a hand in the golden
harvest. And here again is our dis
tinguished friend the Hon. Jeremiah
Sherwood, who served in Col. Steven
son's regiment, Ist New York Volun
teers, California service, in Company
F. Since that he has been a member
of the Assembly here, and is now a
prosperous Broadway merchant. And
here too is Major Russell Myers, as
good as they make men. The Major
served as a private in company A,
Captain Steele, in Stevenson's regi
ment then, when the war closed, he
was Deputy Sheriff under Malachi
Fallon, and they together had a trad
ing post at Jamestown, near Sonora.
In the late war the Major
was third In command in tlie gal
lant 32d Regt. N. Y. Vols., and here
too is brave George Leanard. He
served as a private in Stevenson's
Regiment and as a Colonel under
Walker in Nicaragua, where he was
badly wounded. Leanard served in
Captain Nelson Taylor's Company.
And good gracious! here is little Char
lie McPherson —as a boy Charlie
served as drummer in Co. B, Captain
Turner, Stevenson's Regiment—when
the late war broke out he served as
drum major in the 22d Regiment, N.
Y. Vols., and after the close of his ser
vices with this regiment, Charlie took
a chance again in tlie famous march
of Sherman to tho sea. Well, by
George! here, too, is one of the old
stock—Col. James E. Nutman—who
served as private in Company B, in
the California Regiment, was, after
that, Alcalda in the mines; then
Chief Engineer in the San Francisco
fire department, and is now a rich
California merchant, just stopping
here for a while to convince the world
at large that he owns the finest patent
pavement in the world. Ah, " Nut"
is a high boy! By his side is seated
our old friend William Colligan. He,
too, served on board the U. S. ship
Savannah, in California waters, un
der Commodore Sloat, during the war
with Mexico. We are glad -to know
that instead of steering a trick or
knotting a l >c, Coligan is now a
broker in W ' street, with plenty of
sugar to loan on solid collaterals, or to
l»uy stock with when he gets a chance.
Here, too, is Mr. Evans; a Newark
manufacturer now. Wheu we first
knew him, he was Sergeant of Co. I,
in the California Regiment. And
there is Mr. Farwell, an 1849 editor
Alta, in 'Frisco, and by his side is
seated Mr. Curtis, who married Al
calde Sutter's daughter; and there too
is Pearson, who was an auctioneer in
Sacramento In 1*49. He crossed the
plains when the redskins were a good
deal more boisterous than they are
now. Ami then again we see Prank
Clark; tie was a private in Steven
son's Regiment, Frank is a good
fellow, but he does get awful orangey
sometimes, especially when he has the
affairs of State on hand. At this ban
quet, all the old stock Californians
missed the genial presence of nature's
nobleman, John Wolfe, who was de
barred from being with his old com
rades in consequence of severe illness.
Mr. Wolfe served with Captain Nag
lee's 00. D, Ist N. Y. Volunteers. At
the close of the war he became one of
the first merchants in Monterey, Cal.,
from whence he retired with a compe
tency to his home in this city. Mr.
Wolfe has reared, with a most inter
esting wife and mother, a large fam
ily, and With his old comrades of
other days, we express our heartfelt
sorrow that In the full bloom of his
manhood he should lie thus afflicted.
We bring our sketch to a close by
saying that at the banquet table there
were a number of able speeches made
by Gen. Gibson, Gov. Price, Mr.
Leese, Messrs. Sickles, Farwell, Johns,
Nutman, Clark and Col. J. M. Turner,
wlio responded In behalf of the glori
ous old regiment. Renrut.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
UOLD RGfOKT.
San Francisco, March 9.
uoid,U2%
Greenbacks—Buying, 88; selling,
Snu Francisco Markets—Bj TelearaHh.
Ban Franc men, March 9.
FLOUR-J5 Oftur. 25.
WHEAT-SI 62-« I 65.
BARLEY-SI 37' wit XX.
OATS—SI [email protected] 80.
KYE—sl 11
HAY—SUAIS.
WOOI.r-12cd20c.
ONIONS—SI«SI 67!*,;.
COKN-$l 50.
BBANS-2V<*sc.
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COTTON-SMW.
POTATOES—SI msl 90.
SWEET POTATOES—»I 00$2 00.
BUTTER-22<.i27 l ' a c.
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EOUS-25C. per doz.
PEACHES-Sliutl
APPLES-»l;ii$l 75 %t box.
FIGS—37OBOO. %t lb.
HONEY—2O«27e. V »•
BACON—I43ISc
11A MS 12'.i13c.
LARD-14«t17c.
Wholesale Market.
PROVISIONS.
Flour— * | Onions 2 00
Extra¥ bbl...Ss"' M -uti' „ Nails, p keg... li 25
Superfine 5 00((i5 50 FKUIT—
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trashed \i% Peaches 9
Island No. 1 10 Grapes * 8
Coffee 24 Potatoes,? ct1..l 7,V<2 00
Corn, V cental 225 Salt—
Barley 1 00 Common.... 1 50
Wheat 1 25 Liverpool,... 2 00
Butter, IU tb 50 Candles, 1b... is,;.
Cheese 15«*iG Candles 15m18
Swiss Cheese.. Brooms,!)doss 3-i3 78
Codfish 9 Liquors, !! cse 5(1*10
Salmon 6%0i7 Cigars—
Mackerel 14 Dom'cyiOOO 25rt<60
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Starch 12J4 Mining.ykg 450
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CABANIS & MADEGAN,
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LEW G. CABANIS,
Xotnry Public mid Conveyancer.
OFFICIO—No 4t Temple Block, up stairs—en
trance, tlrst stairway below the Bank, on
spring street.
For !"Sail<* C:*li«*iil>:
3,000 Walnut trees 3 years old
1,000 Orange " 3 " "
2,000 " " 2 " "
10,000 " " 1 year "
1,000 Lemon " 2 years "
100 Viz M 2 " "
500 Pepper "2& 3 " "
Apply to
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Main street, on l'ico street. jtin23tf
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial.
Suits made to order for
Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars.
A fine BtOCX 01 imported and domestic
Blankets and Flannels
Constanlly on hand. Also, a line stock of
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
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Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture, kept
In stock and made up in the best style of the
tailoring art.
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sept-tf
GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE
ORIENT SALOON.
We have Just received a Large and Entire
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS and CIGAKB.
ftir Punches and Cobblers Specialties.
J. OAPPE, Proprietor.
G. E. gari) Manager. myititr— 1
Montana Meat Market.
FRCELTNGER & FRANCK. MM
The best and tenderest Meats
In the market. None but the islfcasSSL
Primest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note tbe address—Montana
Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los
Angeles junltf—3
"cWalonga wine.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR , underneath the new
U.S. Hotel, corner of Los Angeles and Re
qnena streets. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or
Gallon. All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTICE.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person in Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmerhas wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN.
nos-2ptf— 4
GROTTO SALOON,
Corner Commercial and Maiu sireels.
(Ducommun's Building.)
JS O w~o PEN,
Where can lie found all the choicest brands of
LIQUORS
In the market. Also, nil the finest imported
I > I■ I i, i I I t 1
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St. I.oms. Cincinnati, Bayrlsli, Ac.
Delicacies by the Plate:
Pigs' Feet, Tongue, Coriers. Anchories, Sar
dalles, Sardines, Herrings, Cheese
assorted, Steamed Sausage.
A line Billiard Table connected witli the es
tablishment.
ROGERS & POTUSKEY,
febietf Proprietors.
JOSEPH BRESON,
SAMPLE ROOMS,
OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest the choicest CIGARS,
aud the best DRINKS concocted
soutli of San Francisco.
••"Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo 4
Company's office. no2-tf—3
BREWERY
And SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELES
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
no2-tf—3 JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
MISGiLLANeOUa,
FIVE THOUSAND
BLUE GUM TREES FOR SALE!
2 and 3 Feet High.
These Trees can be moved in the same box
es iv which they have grown and are ceitiiin
to live when transplanted, and he present
month is a good time to put thcin out. Also,
a sraal I lot of
ITALIAN (VPK PISS.
•J,OOO Mexican LiineMecilliuuHelKlitef-ii
■mm in* old in .Mixes.
0,00:1 Tnbitrt Ornages, is mouliis old.
In boxes.
2.000 MnflUfß Lemon*. IS montlis ola.
In boxes.
:too OrnusrcN ires, :t .years old.
The undersigned Intends to dispose of Ills
entire stock ns lie Is going out, of the business
ami will clo-e out Ihe entire lot to a single
purchaser at a bargain.
H. 11. SPENCER,
feblK-lin Hill street, near First.
%WBk FASHION fe>
Livery and Sale Stable,
MACY, WILSON &. CO.,
n AIX streei. opposite Arcndin sireet.
Horses and Carriages, Slngleor Double, and
Saddle Horses kepi constantly on hand for
tlie uccomniodatlon of the Public.
Horses boarded by thedny, week, or month,
al reasonable rates, Conveyances furnished
for private or public occasions at the shortest
notice and upon as reasonable terms as at any
-Clii»H mstiiblisliment
In Southern California.
11 B3 v it ssi EG s
Connected witli the above stables arc plain
andtilass, which will be supplied, with or
without plttmee, on terms
Defying GOEBSMStUion.
MACY, WILSON &, CO.,
janl2tf Proprietor*.
Notice of Intention.
-YfOTIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
city of Los Angeles intends making the
following Improvement on Temple street,
from its Junction With Spring and Main st reels
to and including its Intersection with Fort
street:
Said Temple street shall be graded in the
following manner: The roadbed shall be
prepared by cutting down or filling up to a
sub grade eight Inches below the established
grade along the center line of the street arid
in such manner as lo give it a slope of one foot
In 80 towards the gutters The roadbed hav
ing been prepared along tbe whole of one
block and having been accepted by the City
Surveyor, the Contractor shall surface the
same with oemenl gravel to the depth of S
inches.
The gutters shall be 4 feel wide and paved
With granite cobble stones 8 in. long: the cen
ter of the gutter shall be 19 Inches and Ihe
sides shall be 7 inches below tlie top of the
sidewalk, thUS giving il a concave shape; the
whole to be thoroughly set in sand and to be
well rammed.
The ourb shall be of Bxl2 redwood, spiked to
posts of redwood ixt and three feel long, sei
in the ground 2 Beet and the Inside of the curb:
Ralq posts to be I feel apart; the top of the
curli to be placed 2 Inches below tlie estab
lished grade.
Tlie sidewalks shall be Bfeel wide and tilled
in or cut down to within two inches of the es
tablished grade, as may be necessary, and
shall then lie covered with plan king 2 inches
thick spiked to longitudinal sleepers <xi uiis
tanl i and 8 feet from outer edge of curb) and
to the curb. Or the sidewalk may be made of
brick covered with one inch of asphaltiun, if
the property-holder should so prefer.
The gutters shall be continued along the
junction oi Buena Vista and Temple and
along i he Intersections of N> w ll Igta and Tem
ple and of Temple and Fort streets.
The work to commence at t lie lower end ef
Temple street and to be prosecuted only upon
one block at ft time. mrlO 101,
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FOR CHEAP GOODS!
is 1 Mnin street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
Ueneral Msnßger,
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THOMPSON & WATERMAN'S
Semi-Tropical and General Nurseries.
Snn Pedro street,
(near corner of Washington, two miles south
of Court Houne.)
A large and choice assortment or
Seiui-Trojiicnl nnd Northern Fruit
Trees.
Also, a choice assortment of
Kastern Forest Trees,
and other shade and ornamental trees and
ihrubliorv. Come and see our stock.
Catalogue and price list sent, free.
THOMPSON & WATERMAN.
liO.s Angeles, Cal. d27tf
The Steams Ranches.
ALFRED ROBINSON, 'Trustee,
542 Market Street, Nnu Francisco, <la|.
QA OHO ACRES OF LAND
iy \J • yJ\J V / for sale, in lots to suit,
suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Poaches, Ap
ples, Dears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax.
Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand
acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average depth
of six feet from the surface. On almost every
acre of this land FLOWINO ARTESIAN
WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele
vated portions can be irregated by the water
of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands
are naturally mwist, requiring only good cul
tivation to produce crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance in one,
two and three years, with 10 per cent interest.
I will take pleasure in showing these lands
lo parties seeking land, who are invited to
come and see this extensive tract before pur
chasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles couniy, May '24, 1873.
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LA CRONICA,
J3UBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN 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 tlie State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
aud Booth America, and Spain.
"La Cronica"
commends itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-spe'.Ring people and numerous population
of different nationalities, on tlie Pacific Coast.
Advertising Bates Very Reasonable.
Übsoriptions—One Year, $6; Six Month
=;(»• Three Months, $2. ocW
WARRANTS ON THE GOPHHER AND ,
Squirrel Fund, protested on or before
August 18,1873, are now due and payable at
tho office of tho County Treasurer.
T. E. ROWAN,
Ja7 tf County Treasurer.
NSW ADVERTISEMENTS^
The Best and Most Liberal
Proposition Ever Made
to the Public.
EIGHT
Magnificent New Cottages!
SEVEN
Fine M-Stoi'.v Dwelliiijris,
With till Modern Im
p ovcmonlH,
LOCATED IN THE MOST CENTRAL
and desirable part of tbe city,
V. LL BE SOLD
For Four Thousand Dollars,
Payable by monlbly insl illmentsof JlOOeach
Without Interest,
Or Twent-five per cent, off for Cash.
This Proposition will be open for
<M> DAYS ONLY.
Privilege given to purchaser to transfer his
righto, in case of Inability to meet install
ments. Apply to
P. Beaudry.
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Good Pasture Within City Limits.
CIOOD INCLOSED PASTURE for horses
J anil mules may be had on tho hills West
of the City Cemetery. Animals at the risk of
owners. Apply to P. BEAUDRY.
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FOR NJ^LE.
THE FOLLOWING LOTS
FRONTING ON
BUNKER HILL AYE. AND HOPE ST.
Lot 15 in block 102.
Lots 1,3, 8 in block 109, Bellevue Terrace Tract.
IjoU 2,3, 5,0 aud 7in block T.
Lots 1. 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, block S.
Lots 12, 18, 15, 17, 10 and 20, block L.
Lots 13, 14,15,17,18, block K.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,5, (i, 7 and 8, block Q.
Lots II and 12, block .1.
Lots 1, 2,1, 4, 5, fi, 7, 8, block Pi
Lots 12, 13,18»nd 16, block I.
Lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, block O.
Lots 11, 12,13, block Ji, Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON FLOWER STREET.
Lots 17, 19, 20 aud 21 In block 108 of the
Be 11 cv v c Te rraeo Tract.
Lota 9, 11, 12,13, 14 and 15, block T.
Lots 9, 10,11,12,13,14,15 and 16, block Q.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 and 8, block V.
I/jts 9, 10, 11,12, Is. 14, 15 and Hi, block P.
Lots 1.2, 3,4,5,6,7,8, 9,10 and 11, block U.
fjots 11, 12, 13, 14,15,10, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 In
block O of the Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON OLIVE STREET.
Lots 4, 5, 6,7 and Sin block 4.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and (i in block 2.
Lots 12,13,11, 15 and 17 in block 1, Beaudry
Tract.
Lots 5,7 and Blu block F.
Lots io, 11,15 and 1(1 In block E, In Mott Tract
Frontiug on Bunker Hill Aye. & Char
ity Street.
Lots l, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block 108, Bellevue Ter
race Tract.
Lots 11, 12,18, 14, 15,16, 17,18, 19 and 20 in block
land lots 10, 11, 12, IS, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19
in block 2, Beaudry Tract.
Lois 3, 4, 5 and 0 in block K.
Lots I. 2, 3, 4,5, 6,7 and Bin block J.
Lots I, 2,3, 4,5, 6 and 7 111 block I.
Lots 12 und 13 in block F.
Lol .! ill block il.
liOts 14. 15,10 and 17 in block Eof tbe Mott
Tract.
Water wllljie furnished to all tho above lots
at the rates fixed by the Water Commission
ers, aud on the same terms as by the L. A. City
Water Co. de 22 tf
P. BEAUDRY.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
SUMMONS.
LN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 17TH
Judicial District of the Stale of California,
in and for tho couniy ot L is \ngeles.—Killlan
Messer, plalntlir, against Fowler Smith etal.,
defendants, Action brought in the District
(Jourl ol the Seventeenth Judicial District of
the state of California, in and for tho county
of Los Angeles, and Ihe complaint riled in
said count v of [ioti A ngeles in the ottice of the
Clerk or said District Court.
Tbe people of the slate of California send
greeting to Fowler Smith, Louis Antonio Bar*
thel, Anasincio Foils, Gertrudes Valenzuela
de Duarte, OraehomoOHllamllllnt, J. M. Soto,
Cregoria Zitniga de Valenzuela, Rafael Gal
lardo, Juan Maut Ist a Martin, ft rivana Antonio
I'clanconi, defendants: You are hereby re
quired] lo appear in an action brought against
you by the alios e-named plaintiff in the bis
-1 rlol Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of the Stale of California, in ami for thecounty
of I,os Angeles, and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the
day of service) after the service on you of this
summons—if served within tiiis county, or, if
served out of this county, but In this District,
Within twenty days; otherwise, witliin forty
days, or judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer of said
complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a Judg
ment of this Court quieting title of plnlntiffto
the land described in the complaint againNt
tbe defendants for costs and general relief.
Reference is bad to complaint, a certified copy
ol which accompanies and is made part of this
summons.
And you aro hereby notified that if you fall
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff" will cause
yourdefaults to be entered and will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
, - ' , Given under my hand and the Seal
(u«..t l of ,he District Court of the Seven-
X 1 **'* I ' /teenth Judicial District of the State
,—, —' of California, in and for the couniy
of Los Angeles, this 22d day of December, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-four.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk.
R. M. Widney, Att'y for Plaintiff. fe7 4w
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
county of Los Angeles, State of California.
In the matter of tho estate of 8. M. Stout,
deceased.
Lavina Stout, the administratrix of the es
tate of S. M. Stout, deceased, having this day
filed her final-account of her administration
of said estate, und it appearing by said ac
count and report accompanying tlie same
Unit tlie said estate is ready for distribution,
it is now ordered that the lstdayot Aprilattlio
Court room of said Court, in tlie city of Los
Angeles, at 10 o'clock a, m., is hereby fixed for
I be .settlement of said account and distribu
tion of said estate; and 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, said estate
distributed nnd the administration thereof
closed, by publication of a copy of Ibis order
for four successive weeks In the Los Angeles
Weekly Herald, a newspaper published In
said county.
Los Angeles, Feb. 21, 1875.
H. K. S. O'MELVENY,
Attest: Probate Judge.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. f27:stw
Assessment Notice.
CI RANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
7 of Los Angeles—Locution of Principal
place of business: Los Angeles, California,
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting oi
the Directors held in this city on the 31st day
of July, 1874, an assessment (No. 1) of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SHARE was levied upon tho
Capital Stock of said Company, payable im
mediately, in United Stales gold coin, to tho
Secretary, attheoflJoe of the Company, No. 41
Temple Block, Ism Angeles, California. Any
stock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpaid on the Ist day of September, 1874,
will be declared delinquent and advertised for
sale at. public auction, and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on the
16th day of September, 1874,
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
cost of advertising aud expense of sale.
By order of tlie Board.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary.
Office: N0.41 Temple Block, Los Angelos
C ulifonia.
Datedr July 31, 1574.
Again Postponed.
At a regular meeting of the Board, held De
cern bw 4th, 1874, the time at which the pay
ment of the above assessment became delin
quent, Was again postponed to January 2d,
1878, L. M. HOLT,
dccl Secretary
NOTICE.
THE SAN PEDRO IRRIGATING COM
pany, principal place of business being
Compton, Los Angeles county, State of Cali
fornia.
Notice is liereby given that at a meeting of
the Directors held on tlie 10th day of Decem
ber, 1871. an assessment of 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 on or before the
27th »ay of March, 1875,
To J. J. Morton, Secretary of said corporation,
at his office lv Compton, said county and
State.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the said 27th day of March,
1875, will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless pay
ment is made before wi" 1 be sold on the 13th
day of April, 1875, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together witi. cost of advertising
and expenses of sale. J. J. MORTON,
Secretary.
Compton, Los Angeles Co., State of California,
February 25th, 1875. 28td
Proposals for Building Bridge Across
the Santa Ana River.
Clerk's Office, Board of Supervisors. )
Los AjiOEi.Es Co., California. J
Notice is hereby given that sealed propo
sals will be received at the office of the Clerk
of the Board of Supervisors from this date up
to and including the third day of April, 1875,
at 10 o'clock a. M., for constructing a bridge
across the Santa Ana river, in conformity to
an Act of the Legislature of tlie State of Cali
fornia, approved February 4,1874, "Authoriz
ing the Board ol Supervisors of Los Angeles
county to locate and build a bridge across the
Santa Ana river, in Los Angeles county, and
to issue bonds for the payment of the same."
Said bridge to be constructed in accordance
with tlie plans and specifications now on file
in this office.
The Board reservas the right to reject any
and all bids, as the public good may require.
By order of the Board ot Supervisors.
A. W. I'OTTS, Clerk.
February 26,1875. fe27 tap 4
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
Alfredo Valenzuelo. deceased.—Notice is
liereby given by the undersigned, Adminis
trator ol the above named estate to tbe cred
itors of and all persons having claims against
said deceased to exhibit the same with the
necessary vouchers within four months from
the first publication of this notice to the un
dersigned at tbe oflice of Hartman it Haley,
Room 18 Downey Block, Los Angeles City.
FELIPE NERIO VALENZUELA.
Los Angeles, Cal., February Bth, 1875.
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PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
county 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 and all
persons having claims ugainst the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after the first
publication of t his notice, to the said Admin
istratrix, at the office of her attorneys, Messrs.
Whiting <fc King, in Downey Block, In the
city of Los Angeles, or at her residence in El
Monte, California,
MARY A. MAYES,
Administratrix of t he Estate of
Thos. A. Mayes, deceased.
Dated at El Monte, California, this 9th day
of February, A. D. 1876. felO 4w
NOTICE.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J3I Common Council of the city of Los Au
geles will receive proposals for furnishing the
city with line and skeleton maps showing all
lots, blocks and tracts within the limits of the
city of Los Angeles.
Said bids aro to bo opened at the meeting of
said Common Council of Marcli 18, 1875.
Tlie Council reserves the riiiht t.o reject any
and all bids. M. KREMER,
mrlO.'lt Clerk of Coin. Council.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PAR
tlos having street work done by the con
tractor either on Spring or Commercial street
not to pay him any money until they see the
committee appointed to inspect and receive
said work, and ascertain whether said work
has been accepted by them.
By order of the Com. Council.
mr!o3t M. KREMER, Clerk.

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