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SEPULVEDA, Acting Interpreter. Regular Meetings—First Monday of each month. HOTELS. Sam, 36. SS antl 40 .Vain street, Los Anoki.es, Cal. THIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL 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, gus und tire. THK TABLE Is supplied with the best the market affords and no Chinese cooks employed. for F.amllies, Ita accommodations are uiiaur passed. For Llustines* JMeti And visitors, its conveniences a'e unequalled being centrally located, having a telegraph offle • attached, und 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 ita quiet and favorite resort for families. Board by the Day, Week, or Month For persons not requiring rooms. MR. & MRS. BACKMAN, febitf Proprietors. IproposalsT DROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT XT either Temple A Workman's Bankorat fake Vineyard, byj. Deßarth Hhorb, for mak ing and burning from 300,000 to 000.000 bricks. Wood furnished on tho ground. None but flrwt-clas- brlckmakers need apply. LAKE VINEYARD LAND AND WATER ASSOCIATION. mylStf HABBE A ABSEVEDA'S BARBER SHOP AN d BATHING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 42 Main Street, Los Angeles. The best Barbers in California constantly in waiting. Hot, Cobl and Shower Baths at all hours of the day. my IS tf Well-Digging. lAMI AM PREPABEDTODO WELL-DIUGIX'i in the most satisfactory manner and on the shortest notice. Water guaranteed for Wilcox Litters of all d menslons. REFERENCES. Ry permission, I ro 1 r to Mr. LOBCStreet, Mr. I,edyard, Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whis ler. THOMAS HAMILTON, aiist- VtSwlgart A Huber's, Main St. BON TON SALOON, No. 17 Main street, .signorot's New Rulldiug. THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND Cigars constantly on hand. Billiard Ta ble in connection with the Saloon. my2l tf VAN A CHAS. MEYERS. Railroad Lands. ALL PERSONS desirous of purchasing lands in tlie sections belonging to the Southern Pacific Railroad, can apply to tbe underslgneu, No. 55 Main stree*. Los Angeles city. J. D. DUNLAP, Land Agent Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany. J*J tf ggg'"!!"!B. l ia! 1111 11 , - 111 FRIDAY JUNF: 26, 1870. Cucamongo. [From thuSan Bainardluo Guardian. | Cucomonga has already attaine d a national reputation, as the banner wine district of California. The "Cu comonga" Is today, the favorite native wine. But although this splendid sec tion is famous on account of Its wines; yet, but little is known as to its line agricultural resourses, and magnif icent ponialogical possibilities. It has until lately, beeu looked upon merely as a splendid vineyard—nothing more. The (Juardian, has written up ev ery other section In our incomparable county, neglected, we are ashamed to say, Cucomonga. The fact la, wo were not familiar with its details. Ou last Saturday evening, accompanied by Governor Downey, Captain Miles of the Los Augeles waterworks, and John Bloom, of the Cucomonga store, we made our first visit to the champagne of California. Arriving about dark, the first attention of our host was to show us over the mammoth cellar, in which is stowed away tier after tier of those generous wines, which have done so much to make the reputation of California as a second France in wine production. In this collar are stowed away, probably 209,000 gal lons of that glowing Cucomonga, which is in such demand, that the wines of the North are doctored into imitation of its taste, and then fraud ulently put upon the m irket, labelled "Cucomonga". The wine making machinery is truly on an imposing scale. Hundreds of butts, immense vats, water-power ad infinitum every where around the grounds. Viewed by lamplight this old cellar and its suggestive surroundings, present rath er a wired aspect. There is the stream meanding down from the north its uniform motion making agreeable music; here is a grand old row of lofty chestnuts, dressed in a line like regu lars under fire; away to the fourpoiuts ofthe compass, are the magnificent mountain ranges which enclose the valley almost in the vast amphithea tre. In front of you is a large expanse of dark green—the famous vineyard. To the South, you see the Chiuo lights twinkling through the gloom like un clouded stars. Above your head, a sky of cloudless blue, brilliantly light ed by the glittering constellation which circle eternally through space. But, to supper, which was of course in keeping with the grand surroundings. Mr. Sausevain, the genial and urbane was our host, and a hospitable one he was. Here we had the pleasure of meeting Captain Runtle, and .Mr. Archibald, gentlemen largely inter ested in the neighborhood. In the Morning. In the morning, after paying our re spects to Bloom, accompanied by Cap tion Miles, a delightful and genial companion by the way, we took a saunter through tlie grounds. If beau tiful by night, the scenery wa9 mag nificently no In tho e.irly dawn when the rosy rays of Aurora had tinged the Landscape, On the northern range, a magnificeut pearl cloud rested on tbe breast of the mountain enveloping the foothills in its fleecy folds, but leaving the crown of tbe mountain un covered. The sight was glorious, es pecially when the cloud was penetrated by the red rays of the rising sun, mak ing it look like a golden cloud. Away to the oast, a thin hazy 01m mantled the mountains, giving them a far-off mysterious air; and strikingly recal ing Walter Scott's novel; wherein be introduces so beautifully aud desig nates so romantically ''the children of tbe mist." Father east yet, his mountain majesty, Gray back, appears in grand relief, towering above the surrounding peaks, his loyal head not diademed in snow, but encircled by golden clouds. To the near South lies the vineyard, of 300 acres, looking re splendent in a dense ocean of brill iant green. The sunbeams dancing on the glittering verdure produced a charming effect. But, the picturesque must give way to the PRACTICAL. Afterwards we accompanied Gov. Downey, Capt. Miles, Mr. Archibald, C ipt. Kuutle, and Mr. .Sansevain, on a ride across the ranch. Starting North ward, we drove along tbe ravine, or rather glen, in which rises the splen did stream of delicious water whioh debouching on tbe plain, vivifies the dry soil into glowing beauty aud ex treme fertility. Tbe creek is simply an outlet, from a green mound a little to its west, which la undoubtedly a SCRTERRANEAN RESERVOIR. From which, probably an infinitely greater volume can be obtained, than that which now percolates adown the sylvan glen, respectable as is that stream. Our party did not drive to the mouth of the San Antonio Cafion, being anxious to visit the Cucomonga Station. A SPLENDID PANARAMA. Turning to the South, and reaching the billoverlooking the vineyard, and of the grandest panoramas in nature saluted our appreciative vision. Away to the East, lay the tna-uifi cent Valley of Los Angeles, with its grand Eastern range towering to the skies In the North; to the South the undulating hills and magniliceui plains of the Chiuo; to their East, the Juapa and serpentine Santa Ana; and to tlie West, the mountainous slopes of Temescal; East of the Juapa, you can see the fertile fields and abrupt hills of the Juapa; and to the South of the latter, Riverside, its noble plains and encircling mountain range; North east of Riverside, stands Slover Moun tain, gracefully curved, standing alone in its glory, like a small sentinel keeping watch over the San Bernar dino valley in front of its gigantic com rades extended in circular battle array to its North, east and South. To the East the splendid sweep of the Cuco monga range, picturesquely diversi fied extends in a beautiful curve to the Cajon Pass, which divides it from the San Bernardino range, the latter bending away in a gigantic curve to the North and East, where the his toric San Gorgonio pass, separates it from the San Jacinto. The latter, with its beautifully broken slopes and proud crown is also plainly dis cernible, outlined as It is against the unclouded blue sky. But, here we are running into the picturesque again. As the eye wanders over the immense plain, encircled by those grand moun tain chains, one cannot help imagin ing what a supurb picture of beauty and fertility it would present, were it under cultivation. But, alas! water is the want, and, as Governor Downey pungently remarked: "It would take the Mississippi to irrigate it." THE VINEYARD. The celebrated vineyard of Cuco monga is enclosed inn field contain ing 360 acres. The soil is light and gravelly; a soil similar to that from which the best French wine is pro ducod. At this season, this immense Held of vines, with its verdant glitter, and encased in a l>rown frame of sur rounding lands, is a gloriously pictu resque picture. A noble row of giant ehesnut trees to the North, with seve ral white buildings in the background heighten the effeot of the smiling scene. The vines are strong, mature aud prolific. Tin; frost, so disastrous in some sections, had here hardly any effect. To the left of the vineyard is a forty-acre walnut grove, not yet ar rived at maturity hut vigorous and promising. To the West of this grove, Captain Kuntle has 20U gores, which he is rapidly bringing under cultivation. This is an exceeding fertile tract. In one of the Captain's fields, one can sink a stick four feet in the ground as easily as through mud. The land requires little irrigating. The Captain has an immense variety of trees--nearly all semi-tropical — planted in the fields Immediately sur rounding the house. Their growth for their age, is absolutely astonishing. WHAT CAN UK DONE, If we remember aright, the Cuco monga Vineyard Company own 8,(100 acres, including ihe vineyard, on this incomparable ranch. Governor Downey informed us that it is the in tention of his Company to commence a new system of water-works upon the lands immediately. The water will be brought down on the outlying plains ay a system of water pipes, thus utilizing every drop. TEN-ACRE BLOCKS. He also says that it is his intention to sub-divide the tract into ten-acre blocks, which will be sold on the most reasonable terms, both as to price and to time. Now a ten-acre lot of this highly fertile land, well watered will be enough to support a family in competence! nay, in affluence. The fertility of the soli is incredible, as evinced by the extraordinary growth on the parts already cultivated. There will be no better opportunity for poor melt in California than set tlement on this property, when the water i* turned on. A LMOST A COUNTY. With men of such enterprise and unlimited means pushing the promis ing project, as Governor Downey and the Messrs. Hellman, Archibald, Childs, etc, The Cucomonga ranch will soon develop into the proportion of a small county. The different companies control, we believe, over 100,000 acres of this rich soil, and with the large water-power at their com mand, we do not think we are too sanguine, when we predict that, In the near future, we shall have a new Riverside on the Cucomonga. THE CUCOMONGA STATION: Leaving the ranch, we drove South east to the station, just erected by the Southern Pacific Company, which they have with geographical consis tency named the "Cucomonga Sta tion." This station lies about L'J miles South of the Booth-east corner of the Cucomonga ranch. An im mense water-tank, with a pressure of 250 feet and a capacity of 28,000 gallons supplies excellent water to the station Here our party met Mr. Phelps, the energetic ami able engineer of the Southern Pacific, who informed us t hut the rails were then laid 13$ miles East of Spadra, and that lie intended to have the road completed to Colton by the Ist of July. There is little fuss und feathers about Mr. Phelps, but much practical performance. Re turning, we again drove to the ranch, and, of course, once more Interviewed our good Bloom, who, as usual, did the handsome in his line. A GREAT FUTURE, In the hands of such men as Gover nor Downey and O. W. Childs, Cuco monga will certainly have a great and immediate future. It is a section of splendid possibilities. Land, water, enterprise, wealth and liberal econo my are all on the side of Cucomonga. Who can picture Its future? Ten years from to-day, it will be one of the most productive as well as beautiful sections In California. What now is a barren waste, will, by the vivifying virtue of water be converted Into a smiling landscape where the orange grove will alternate with the vine yard, the alfalfa meadow with wa ving fields of grain. Where now there is not a habitation we will then probably see charming cottages nes tled amid semi-tropical groves; churches, school houses, and a nour ishing county town. We should have said that what is known as Cucomonga, comprises the Cucomonga vineyard Company; the Cucomonga Homestead Association and the Cucomonga Land Association Company. The owners of the first princely property the development of which will bring such great material wealth to this county are Governor Downey, the Messrs. Hellman and Childs of Los Angeles, and Mr. Drey fusof Anaheim. The same gentlemen own the Cucomonga Home Associa tion; while the Cucomonga Land As sociation is owned by Mr. Archibald and Mr. M VETERINARY SURGEON. OSCAR C. BALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL diseases of tlie horse. Can be found at corner Fourth and Fort streets, Los Auge les, Cal. au2tf—2 SIMONDS' FANCY CAKE BAKERY AND ICE CREAM PALACE. ALL STYLES OF FANCY CAKES, Confection- and Wedding Cakes made to order. Strawberries and vjteam, Iced Soda Water, line French and domestic Candies ol our own make, v One new stock of Cigars.Tea, Chocoluto Coffee, etc. my 13 tf LUMBER-YARDS. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s LUMBER YARDS —a 5 n — PLANING MILLS, So. 10 « online rei,i: street, near Kail road Depot. mr2o-tf—3 GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Aliti>M-ilu and Fii-tst Btw., DEALERS IN DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS. SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-tf—s , MISCELLANEOUS. California Military Academy, OAKLAND. rpHE TWELFTH ACADEMIC YEAR will 1 will begin Wednesday, July 28th. Thorough preparation given for Stale Uni versity, or any College. lias many Advantages In point of io*\UPry ami health, For further particulars, aditi < Jet 2m D. McCLURE, sup -.i indent, WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial, Suits made to order tor Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A line stock of imported and domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hand. Also, aline stock ol CLOTHS, CASSINIERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, 4.C., &C, &C, AtC, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture, kepi In slock and made up lv the best sly le ol the tailoring art. I> V EIF F E N H ERG E R & S H A U ER. sept-i.f LOUIS SKIRT PAQI. FKI.IX KI'IIHAM OKA VEX, PAGE & GRAVEL, Manufacturers of Carriages and Wagons -JK MM* Of all kinds, made ofthe best ina y9l=S? terlal. 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 tell their work at prii-es as low us the interior and worthless work that Is frequently being palmed off Up on the commcaity in Los Angeles and else where. Call and see tbe belt assortment ol Carriage,* and Hn<j.s,.» ever efiered in Los Angeles. All Carriage! and Buggies manufactured by us, are lifted With Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable so well adapted to comfort. -e|,l!" D O YOU WA N T A Farm Wagon, Or a Sporting V^agon, Or a Sulky Cultivator, Or a Walking Cultivator, Or a Diamond-Tooth Cultivator. Or a Shovel Plow, Or a Sutky Horse Rake, Or a Mower, Or a Reaper, Or a Header, At Bed Rock Prices? IF SO, CALL AT THE GRANGE STORE, in* .tiain eirees. JOHN H. SEYMOUR, General MHiinwcr. JylDtr New WiTson Sewing Machine!! The People's Favorite and Ladies' Friend. T li i: WILSON Shuttle Lock Stitch Sewing Machine Is at las- con led by all to be the BEST now in use. Belny so simple and Light Running thai Ibeni'si j, lady or child can use it. Can regulate Tension or change stitch while sewing. THB WILSON Is beet adapted for all varieties ol Orally sew ing from the lightest labile to Ihe heaviest cloth or leather. l£very Machine Warranted for fivo years without expense to purchaser. THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS have been awarded at the Worlds Fair, Vienna und State Kalis and Expositions throughout California and the Eastern Stales. What better superi ority over nil others. Price from $10 to $15 Lower than for any other first class Machine. Send for descriptive catalogue free. E.C.GLIDDKN', A^ent. Office— White House, corner Los Angeleßand Commercial streets. f«b4-6m Southern District Agricul tural Society of Cal- Office and Works situate In Los Angeles county NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT a meeting or the Board of Managers of said Society, held on tin Sth day of May, 1875, an usiessment of live ($5) dollars per share was levied upon t»>e cnpltal stock of said So ciety, payable on or before JUNE 5, 1875, to J. F. Burns, Secretary, ut his office iv the elty of Los Angeles, Cal. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the Sth day of June, 1875, will bo advertised on that day as delin quent, und unless payment is made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, JUNE 126, 1875, to pay ihe delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and oxnensps of < ilo. J. F. BURNS, Sec. Los Angeles, May 8, 1875. my 22 td Certificate of Partnership OF THE FIRM OF GAREY A RATH mussen, doing business in the county of Los Angeles, State of California. We, tho undersigned persons, hereby certify I hat the above described partnership Is com posed ofthe following persons und no others, whose names and pluces of residence are as lollows, 10-wit: Thomas A. Gnrey, Los Angeles. Win. Muth Rasmussen, Los Angeles. In witness whereof weliave hereunto affixed our hund-i und seals this 22d day or December, 1874. THOMAS A GAREY. fsKAL.I WM. MUTH RASMimsEN. [sbal. Je6lm MISCELLANEOUS. FASHION Livery and Sale Stable, MACY, WILSON & CO., MAIN street, opposite Arcadia street. Horses and Carriages, Single or Double, und Saddle- Horses kepi constantly on band for the aooomniodatlou of ihe Public. Horseo boarded by the day, week,ormonth, at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished for private or public occasions ai ihe shortest notice and upon as reasonable terms sisat any h'lrwt-C )Xm\mm MlatabUehmaril In Southern California. 11 E A It 8 X S Connected with tbe above stables are Plain and Glass, which win bo supplied, with or without plumes, ou terms I )ei'y in i* Competition. MACY, WILSON & CO., JanMtf Proprietors^ T. 0. SWIOAUT. JOS. HUHKR. .IK. SWICART & HUBER, DKAUUtI ED STOVKS, TUN. COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE ANT I CROCKERY WARE, i- i. \sv Hardwaro and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING Done to Order. Sign ol tho Big Red Coffee-Pot. NO. 110 MAIN ST., LOHANGRLEH. JunSltf-8 THOMPSON & WATERMAN'S Semi-Tropical and General Nurseries. Hnu T*t»uro street, i near corner of Washington, two mites south Of Court House.i A large and Choice assortment of Ncml-Troplriil and Northern I t ell Trc«'a. Also, a choice assort men I of rCuHtern ITortMSl Tree*. and other shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery. Come and s. c our stock. Catalogue and price list sent free. THOMPSON * WATERMAN, bos Angeles, cal. dlfftf The Steams Ranchos, ALt'KKI) KOKIKSON, Trustee. MnrkAl Street. Nitn Frnneiseo. Ca|. QO 000 AC~RJ£S; OF LAND IS \-r •\JVJyj for sule, in lots to suit, suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Com, Rye, Barley, Flax. Ramie, Cotton, etc.. and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suitable for Dairying. Gi sjd water is abundant at an average depth of six feet from tlie surface, On almost overs acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can l>e obtained, and ihe more ele vated portions can be Irrigated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of tlie.se lands are naturally moist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce props, TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and three years, with 10 per cent Interest. I will take pleasure In showing tiiese lands to parties seeking land, Who are Invited to come and see this extensive tract before pur e lias lag elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Auabelm, Los tngale* county, May ft, 187 a mr.l-tf—7 LIQUORS, ETC. FASHION SALOON. OT Downey Block, .Wain st. 3R. J. -WOILIF 3c CO., I*roi>riet»r». The Choicest Ales, Beer, Wines. AND E£iqUOß*#J ol* all Kinds. Lunch Served Every Day and Evening. ALL THE LATE PAPERS On file tor ihe use of guests. Club and Read • lug Rooms, warmed and well ventilated. It is the Intention of the Proprietors to so conduct the house as to preserve the pool name it baa already earned. isplfttf GROTTO SALOON, Corner Commercial nnd Main streets. (Duonmmuu*s Bttitdiug. i IS O W O P 10 N, Where can be found all tlie choices) bnuidsnl LIQUORS In the market. Also, all the finest Import •! IB 43J H±2 lERj S, St. Lottie. Cincinnati, Huyrl-Hh, Ai\ Delicacies by the Plate: Pigs' Feet, Tongue, Coriers. Anchories, Sar dalles, Sardines, Herrings, Cheese assorted, Steamed Sausage. A fine Billiard Table connected Willi Ihe es tablishment. GUS KATZENSTEIN, i Formerly with .los. Breson, > je2s Proprietor. JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE U. 8. HOTEL. MAIN ST. The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS, and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of Ban Francisco. SE"TTemple BlOOk, next to Wells, Fargo A Company's office. no2-tf—l P. LAOTB, fkitx KXll, NEW YORK BREWERY, PHIL. LAUTH & CO., (Suocessers to Chris, Henne.i Proprietors. The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BHIL LIANL LAGER BEER Rontii ol Sun Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED Hi.i.R promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de nes competition In the State. mr£>-tf— 5 OITY BREWERY And SALOON, Cor. Second and Spring Streets, LOS ANGKLEf Fine Lager Beer for sale IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. JOS. LEIBER. Proprietor. CUCAMONGA WINET DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S WINE CELLAR,underneath the new U.S. Hotel, cornel of Los Angeles und Re quena streets. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon. Alf kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale and retail. NOTICE. The public of Loa Angeles are hereby noti fied that no other person iv Los Angeles but Louis Mesmer has wines from the Cocomnngo ranches. J. L. SANBEVAIN. UoMptf-4 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. n h; w DWELLING HOUSES! FOR mjk.l^MH. ONE DOUBLE TWO-STORY DWELLING House; new; containing 10 rooms—Mrooms in each part; beautifully located ou Fort Hill, between New High and Buena Vista streets; commands a magnificent view of the city and surroundings; is especially adapted for " Furnished Rooms; " |r close to business portion of city. For sale or rent. ONE NEW COTTAGE on New HighKtrrel; contains 5 rooms; one ofthe Hnest locations in the city, two new ' iitt ages on corner Second and Charity streets; contains 5 rooms ami bath-room each; lot 60x145 feet; fronts on iliree streets. The sites ot these houses cannot be equaled In the city Clenr, good water in unlimited supply already mi the premises, FOUR COTTAGES, Just finished, on Temple street, opposite Charity; 5 rooms and bath room each, with all the modern Improve ments; not five minutes' walk from Tem pi.- Block. FOR SALE. FIFTEEN LOTS 60x165 Feet, IX TUB BEAUDRY TRACT! These lots are close to the business portion of the city and command delightful views of city and valley. The streets upon which they trout are lapldty belnggradod and afford easy means of access. TEN LOW 60x16-') feet.frontlngon Hope street and Bunker Hill Avenue. ELEVEN LOTS 00x165 feet, fronting on Hope street. SIX LOTS 60x165 feet, fronting on Charity street and Bunker Hill Avenue. THIRTEEN LOTS 00x118 feet, fronting on Charily street. I WEI.VE LOTS 00x165 feet, front lug on Ol I • sli eel. Ail Between Temple and Sixth Streets. These lots arc nil in rood location, com manding splendid view*, of the .'alley,elty, ocean and mountains. -ALNO- TWELVE LOTS IX THI: — BALLESTEROS TRACT. Between the Aliso Mills and the bridge, over the Lcs Angeles river. These lots constitute very desirable property and will be sold cheap. Trees ahd Vines on nearly all of these lots. As I sell only my own properly and there fore have no commissions to pay, I can afford to give bettor barguins than those who do. Persons desirous of purchasing city property will do well to call and examine the above lauds before buying elsewhere. r ritle Perfect. Apply to P. BEAUDRY. my2l tf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Assessment Notice. CI RANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY 7 of Los Angeles.—Location of principal place of business, Eos Angeles, California. Notice Is hereby given that ot a meeting ol too Directors hefil In this city ou tin* B<l da) Of May, 1873. an assessment (No. i; or FIVE DOLLARS PER Sl] \KE was levied upon the. Capital stock of said < nmpuny. payable in mkdiatki.v, in U<ed Stales gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office ofthe Company, ;>ii Main stnet, i.os Angeles, California. Any stock upon which this issGssmeni shall re main unpniil on the 3d day of lunc, IKTa, win be declared dellnquenl khd advertised foi sole td pnbllu aue'ion, and unless payment is mode belofe, will he Sold on the 'JOth Day of June. 1*73, To pay delinquent assessment, togethei with cost of advertising and expense of sale. Stockholders who have paid an assessment since the Mat day'of July, 1874, have a credit on too books of the coinparij to i.nianco the assessment now levied. By order ofthe Board, myi lm T. s. SMITH, Secretary. &UMWQU&. IN THE DISTRICT OOL'R'I OF THE I7TH Judicial Dls'riet Of lie state of Califor nia, in and for tlie cotiii'v oi I.os Angeles.— Coloina Mnyon, plaintiff, against Charles B. Mayon, defendnnl. Action brought in the Dlstiloi court i»f Hie Seventeenth Judi cial iJlstrlcl ofthe Slate of California, In and for the county of l.os Augeles, and the com plaint Died In said county of Dos Angeles in the©thee ol tlie Clerk of the said District Court. The People of tlie state of California semi greeting to Charles R. Mayon, defendant: Yon are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought sgnlnst you by the above-named plaintiff in the District Court of the Seven teenih Judicial District ofthe State of Califor nia, in and ior the county of Ens Angeles,and to aim we r the complaint Died therein, within ten days (exclusive ofthe day of service) after the service ori you of this summons—if served withiM I Ids county; or, if served out of this county, tail iv tills District, Within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, or Judg ment by default will be taken against you ace inllilg lo I lie prayer of said complaint. The said action Is brought io recever Judg ment of this Coorl that the bonds of matri mony bet ween plaintiff and defi ndant be dis solved: that tlie custody of the minor child of i.'lulntiff and defendant be awarded to plaintiff; that tlie defendanl he required to pity n reasonable sum Into Court to defray the expenses of this notion and for ivmnsel fees, and such sum for alimony as to the Court may seemjust for her support and that of said minor child. And yon are hereby notified thai If you tail to appear anil answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to be entered and will apply to the Court for the relic! demanded In the com plaint. —, r Given under my aid cud tlie Seal | of the lilK'riCt i Hurt of the Seven • HKAti Keentn I • dicial 1 lit :t of the State (OfCallfoi ila, In .... i for the county <-,--» of Los Vngeles, this 13th day of Miij , in the year of our Lord one thousand ehtui hundred and seventy-five, A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk. W. S. Mykks, Attorney for PUT. my 29 2m w NOTICE. G< RANGE CO-OPERATIVE CO.-Loen'lon t of principal place oi business, Los An geles, State of California. NOTICE.—There are delinquent upon the following described stock on account of as sessment (No. 1) levl -d Mny 3, 1575, tlie sev eral amountsset opposite the names of the re spective shareholders, as follows: Xo.Ver- Xo. of Xnmt; lifiait''. Shares. Amt. Geo Danskln 132 2 fin oo Wm, Mitchell I*3 1 600 J. McD. Motllt 135 1 6Oi Geo. F. Miles 140 2 lv 00 A. Humphries 161 1 6OD Asa Ellis 101 1 so G. E. Long 172 1 6 IK) H. Burlingame 17S 5 25 00 Mrs. M. W. Harper IsO 1 500 U. Bullis 182 2 10 On W. B. Cruig IHH 1 aOO A. A. Proctor 2n7 1 500 C. M. Jenkins 2iu 3 is ou E. R. King 2'i7 2 lo uO Miss Ella J. Joufhln 261 1 500 Anton Sorrenson -'tis 1 sno S. T. Coram 277 2 10 00 W. A. Carter 2:8 1 600 A. L Sution 2ii7 1 sno A. L. Sutton .'36 l 6no Robert orr lii 1 600 Robert Orr 2i2 1 500 W. D Otesham lei 1 6no J. w. Venable '03 l 500 11. D Fowler IU4 1 603 J. C. Simmons 1 6 no Uriah Penhull 131 1 6no F. M. Matthews 214 1 50l Andrew Con lan V 47 1 500 M. .!. Golden 248 2 In uO E, 11, Bovd Tin 1 suo V. M. Slaughter 211 2 lo 00 W. H. Potts 2W 1 500 M. Rogem 257 l 500 And In accordance v illi !nw and an order of the Board of Directo H made on the lith day March, D 7,"), in many shares of each parcel of such stock us may be necessary will be soid ft Public Auction, at the office oi tin- secretary, Orange store, Main stteet, I.os Angeles,Cafi forula, on TUESDAY, the 291 li day or June, 1575, al Hie hoar rtf lit o'clock A, *M. of «uch day, to pay delinquent assessments there on, together with costs of advertising and ex penses of tlie sale. ISAAC s. SMITH, .iei tj2» Seqrejarj. Notfce of Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL parties concerned thai the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, William Workman and John Turner, in tlie milling business, ]< tills day dissolved by tnu ual consent, Mr. Wi rkiiian will settle up the concerns of the partnership, pay all debts mil collect all credits. This Los Angeles county .Puente Bunch, Juno I. 1875. J. TURNER. \vi I li am workman. Per Fkancls W. TK.HPLK, his Attorney in Fact. Je22w* Assessment Notice. '■piIE LOKANGEI Ks . |TV AND COUNTY X Printing and i'u dishing Company.— Principal place of liusiuuss being Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, State of California. Notice is herniiy given t hut nt a regular mcc - ingof the Directors of the Los Angeles City and County Printing nnd Publishing Com pany held On the 4th day of June, Wo, an as sessment of Aye dollars I persbarc was lev ied upon the capital ..f the corporation, payable imnie.ii.itelj i 1 uited States gold coin to the Secretary ai bis offloe, Any stock upon whie' this assessment shal I remain Unpaid on the it) day of July, 1875, will be delinquent and alvertised for sale at public auction,and unless payment is made before will bo sold on the 15th day of Ju|y to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses oi sale. H. m Johnston, President. J. M. Hassktt. Secretary. Jes td Certificate of Partnership OF THE FIRM OF FRANCISCO Pico and ( has. uassen & Co., uofug busi ness In the oity 01 Los Angeles, county ol Los Angeles, Stale of California, We, tlie undersigned parson", hereby certify that ihe above described partnership Is com posed ofthe following persons and no others, whose names and places of residence are as follows, to-wit: Francisco Pico, San Diego, fit. Charles Gassen, San Diego, Cat Adolf ir. Gassen Han Diego, Cat. In witness whercot we have hereunto nfflxcti our bauds and seals this 4ih day of June, 1576. FRANCISCO RICO. [si .w..i CHARLES GASSEN. SBAL.I ADOLF G. GrtSsEN. seal.] Statu of Califohkia, i County ol Los Angeles, j On this 4th day of June, in the year 1875, bp fore me, A. J. King, Notary Public, personally appeared Fianeisco I'lc Chart*' Gassen and Adolf. G. Uassen, known to m- to lie the per sons Whose nanv * are subscribed to tbe with in instrument, snd acknowledged to me ihat they executed ihe same. [skal..] Witness mv hand and official Seal this sth day of June, 1875. a. J. KING, Jco 4w N'oiar- Public. Certificate of Partnership OV THE FIRM OF AZUS A NURSERY, doing business in the county of Los An geles, statu ot California. We, the undersigned persons, hereby e< rtlfy that the above described partnership U com posed of the following persons and ,o others, whose names and places of residence-are as (allows, to-wit : A, Uarev, L"s Augele-. Samuel S. Reeves, Agusa. In witness whereofwe cave hereunto ain.vd our hands and seals tills 7, h day of May, 18 5 ITU) MAS A. G\RE V, ISKAL.I j. r, lm .IAMIIKI.s. HKKVKs, [sf.ai.J Notice of Dissolution. THE, COPARTNERSHIP her-tofore existing between J ~ ilu.dand N, Dcs Autels In the livery, f ed and sale stable bns> Iness,under Ihe name of llnrd v Co., has ibis day been dissolved, N. V >* Autels having pi i chased the entire Intere- o: J. A Hurd, and w.ll settle ali claims cxl f tr 'gainsi the late Arm (from March llth to Nj -. sOand collect all monies due to them. Los Angeles, May 31, 1873. J. A. HURD. Jet) lm NORBERT DBS AUTELS.