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TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, flint
Insertion, and twbnty-kivk cents per Hquare
foi eaoh subsequent Insertion.
WANTS-LOST FOUND.
\A/ ANTED.—Three Tailors at I. Hauch's
wV 'lullor establishment ln Ducommun's
Block. feblStf
\A/ANTED.—A Girl to take care of a child.
VV Apply to I, HAUCH,
feblBtf Dncoinmun Block.
\A# ANTED- A young girl to assist In gen
'» ernl house work in a small fninlly. In
a Hire, Ducomiiiun street, 7th house from the
epot, left hand side. feblB-3t
\A/ ANTED.—A Osod Road Team, tocon
sist of a span of young and sound horses
with wugon and harness complete. Any par
ties having such for sale, will And v purchaser
for same at a fair cash price by applying to
I. B. WOLLARD, Hpadrn,
Or to H. Newnark * 00. feblB-Iw
\hj ANTED -SITUATION to de general
VV housework in a small fumilr. by a re
spectable young woman, (iood references.
Apply atthe house of Mr. Frank Morris,
Charity streei. febl6-2t»
\A# ANTED TO HINT three or four un
wV furnished rooinsin a bouse with some
respectable family. Address "J. J.," this
Offlce. Jan2s-lw
D OOMS. - FAMILY and .Single Rooms
n with board al Col. Peel's on Spring St.
. novlotf
ANEW* WILCOX .* (IIBHS SEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent. less than
casli price. Inquire at this Ofllce.
novldtf
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
COR SALE.-A FINE HOMESTEAD,
• containing forty acresof choice fruit land,
wit h about a thousand fruit trees Just begin
ning to bear, and situate on Sim Pedro street,
about three miles south of the Court House.
Kor further Information, apply at No. 51 Tem
ple Hlock, or to the owner on the premises.
fe2ll I in h Q. A. STANLEY.
POR SALE—AT HAN GABRIEL-70 acres
■ ofexcMleni land, fenced and cultivated,
nt which 40 acres are In vineyard. About 4,000
Raisin grape vines in bearing. Other choice
varieties. Very good House, Stable4c. Wa
ter right secured. Distant from the Indiana
Colony one mile; from the residences of
Messr*. Wilson and Rose, two miles: from
Ihe Depot, three miles. Price, $8,000. On easy
terms. GODFREY <fc ELLIS,
fob2o-lm I and 3 Downey Block.
lU|ILCri COWS. 1 purchaser can
IVI secure Fifty unr-'em ■ « »s at reasona
ble figure by iioi.i . ■ n., | la ition to
J. M. BALDWIN,
feblOtf 70 1-2 Downey Hlock.
POR SALE CHEAP. ONE SMALL
■ Cheese - Press, Churn, Butter - Worker,
Milk-Puns, etc..all complete torn small dairy,
will be sold a! > > ;u gain. En.'i if--at
SWIG VRT A II: lIER'S,
fel7 !w 110 un street.
TREES rOM 3ALE.- Eti'J- Thousand
I Orange, ..conui aim i.u.ic Ui US, suitable
for selling oiu In nursur.v this Rammer, or will
contract to deliver t hem when four years old.
Add ss ,t. s. CLAPP,
feb7d*wlm i .si..nice box 69.
LAND FOR J-.'ftErV-A Fine grazing
Itaoeh (Hi ll.iep to rent. Apply inline
diately to !'. N. I{< nil 4 CO.,
Under the LaluyeticHotel. Main St.
fcb7tf
I ARCE ORANCE TRCES FOR
Imm SALE.— Grunge and Leinno trees four,
live and mx years old. The six-year-old trees
are very large. Also Bear!rig Orange Trees
for sule. MILTON THOMAS,
1 1-2 Spring St.
Ix>s Angeles, Jan. 20, 1875. Ja.lo lm
ll© tt ttALK.—Fine Young Orange diehard
• containing about 300 trees; also, v variety
of (tatt trees such as walnut, Italian chest nut,
apple, pear, peach, olive, etc.. located in the
dt.v on the West side ot Main street, and con
taining lv acres. Apply to W. H. MACK,
Jan29-liu Postothce box 361 Ijos Angeles.
POR SALE.—I Will sell at Public Auc
■ Con, oo Saturday', Feb. 20th, my farm,
miles northeast oi Compton, containing
100 acres with improvements to the value ol
♦2,000. Good house, and outhouses; a large
portion ofthe place fmic- d and all under Im
provements. Terms, $4-000 down, and the
balance of purchase price on time nt reason
able interest. Sale lo lake place at the Court
House, Los Angeles.
W. R. MALCOLM.
)anl4-lld
FOR SALE.
XA'fONS A No. I RUSSIAN BARLEY
*4r\J B*f, Enquire ai Oarey's Nurseries
Baniwto utosot, tebiu-aw
FOR SAl.ll.
rpHE FURNITURE OF OUR FORMER
JL olnVe. No. IS Main street, consisting of
Counter, Railing, Desks, Curtains, i-tc.
fell lw J. L. WARD, 88 Main St,
Sheep For Sale-
I HAVE 4.000 H'i-1 ttrude of Sheep whldi
I I litter for sule, guaranteeing lo the pur
chaser pasture for the whole lot one year.
Two thousand of tlie ewes, served wilh th i
rough-bred nuns Irom Vermont, will lamb in
March, und the increase will be of miperioi
quality. Also, twenty thorough-hred ll .
I other duo rams for sale. For lurtlier par
ticulars, luquire of SIMON LEVY,
Janl7tf No. 83 Allso St.
LAND FOR SALE.
I HAVE 0»O ACRES OF EXCELLENT
laud for sale near Old Loa Nietos. About
'21)0 acres will produce corn without irrigation.
The remainder is good fruit und small grain
land. Living water on the premises. Par
tially improved. J. S.THOMPSON,
SI and 52 Temple Block.
Dec. 17,1874. de! 7 tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Willow Wood.
A FINE SUPPLY ofthls Wood constantly
on hand at my Yard on Alameda street,
below the Depot. All lengths. Orders left at
the Grange store will be promptly attended to
and delivered free of charge.
jun23-lm J. J. MORTON.
Steam Water Lifter.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO IN
form the public that he is no* erecting
his machine shop on Requf ua streei, near the
R. R. Depot, where he may be found, nnd
Will lie pleased to see his friends und na
trons. ALI EN WILCOX.
Jan24-tf
E. E. Fisher. L. W. Thatcher.
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manuiacturers of
JEWELBY,
WATCHMAKERS
AND
OPTICIANS.
Have in stock the very finest
Jewelry, Diamonds, "WatcHe*.
Clocks, Silver-ware,
Rogers & Bros. Celebrated Silver-
Plated Ware,
Aruudcll Tinted anil Black's Patent
Interchangeable Spectacles and
Eye dlasaea—(The best in the
market).
We make a specialty of Diamond Hotting,
making and repairing Fine Jewelry of every
description. Also, all kind of Flue
WATCH WORK.
Repairing of all kinds at reasonable prices
for first-class work. We do advertise to do
cheap work and sell the cheapest goods In the
market; but we do good work as cheap and
sell good goods al cheap as any house ou the
coast.
FIHHKK A THATCHER,
Keepers of tho standard (observatory) time
for the city, and 8. P. R. R.
febl2tf V 3 Mala St., Lob Angeles.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SATURDAY FEB. 20, 1875.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matinee this afternoon.
The Ventura arrived yesterday.
The depot is crowded with goods for
shipment to Spadra.
Only one case on trial in the District
Court yesterday.
Messrs. Norton A Co.. of the Bazaar,
advertise their goods at zero prices.
A fine homestead at San Gabriel is
offered for sale this morning hy God
frey & Ellis.
Considerable outside speculation is
going on with the purchasers of Cen
tinela lands.
Special letters of administration
were issued yesterday on the estate of
the late Dr. Allen.
The Turn-Verein Society have post
poned their masquerade ball from the
4th to the Oth of March.
Mr. J. Kurtz has been elected Mar
shal of the day for the celebration on
Monday.
The public schools will be allowed a
holiday on Monday, in honor of the
day we celebrate.
Photographs only $3 per dozen at
Williams A Smith's picture gallery,
corner Spring and First streets.
"A Morning Call" and " Po-ea-hon
tas, ye Gentle Savage," at the theatre
to-night.
The carpenters commenced putting
it) the fixtures for the new Postottice
yesterday.
The City Fathers are talking of cod
ifying a book of city ordinances. It
will be an interesting work of fiction.
Mr. Chas. Wise, who is traveling
through the county selling goods, will
leave for San Fernando to-day. He
acts as agent for the Herald.
The agent of Maguire's San Fran
cisco Troupe is in the city, making
arrangements to lease Turn-Verein
Hall for a month's engagement.
The total sales of Centinela prop
erty foot up 4,185 acres of land anil 347
town lots, netting over $137,000 to the
company.
San Bernardino has a new paper,
called the Town Talk. It Is illustrated
in a very unique style, aud published
semi-occasionally by We, Us A Co.
Several young bloods were out at
the race-course tho othtr day in a
beastly state of hilarity. They now
wear " heads."
"Jim," the colored individual who
was the victim of the late razor-slash
ing affair, was on tlie street yesterday,
with bis nose iv a slitig.
The social of the Good Templars to
night is only for members of the Or
der. It is given on the occasion of a
visit from Minnehaha Lodge of
Downey.
Somebody ia wanted to climb tbe
flagstaff on High School hill und in
sert a cord through the pulley at the
top. Anyone who feels equal to the
task can apply to Dr. Lucky.
Au excursion train-will be run to
Anaheim on Mouday to accommodate
the Musons who wish to join their An
aheim brothers in tlie celebration ol
Washington's Birthday.
Our Auaheim correspondent reports
the exports from that place for tho
first half ofthe present month as fol
lows: 1573 sacks barley; 296 sacks rye;
119 sacks potatoes; 29 sacks wheat.
Mr. F. Signoret, late famous in tbe
tonsorial art of this city, has kindly
tendered his services to operate ou the
beard cultivating community, at the
Spring street barber shop of Messrs.
Barbier & Cashera, for Saturdays and
Sundays. fe-u 2t
Miss Jennie Leys, a spiritualist me
dium of considerable note, from Santa
Barbara, is in the city, registered at
the Backnian House. She is accom
panied by Miss Ray L. Peck, also of
Santa Barbara. Perhaps we will be
favored with a seance wr two while the
ladies are with us.
Last Thursday a lad named Mation
Freeman, whose parents live at Santa
Ana, suffered amputation of his left
leg above the knee. The operation
was made necessary by the formation
of a large tumor on the knee as a re
sult of a slight bruise which the boy
had received some time previously.
The limb was amputated by Dr. Stan
way, and not by Dr. Wise, as reported
in last evening's Express. Doctors
Bush, Kurtz and Ross were present
during the operation.
Go to Artesia to-day with the excur
sion party, and we promise that you
will see one of the finest tracts of farm
ing ls.nd to be found in Loa Angeles
county. The train starts from the de
pot at 9:30 this morning and with a
short hour's run arrives at Norwalk
Station. From that place it is three
miles to the Artesia property. Car
riages will be provided to convey all
visitors. It is well worth a trip,
whether oue wishes to purchase or not,
to see the charming country and tlie
fine artesian wells in the neighbor
hood.
The Theatre.
The attendance at Turn-Verein Hall
last night was not large, but fair, con
sidering the length of the engagement
and the fact that this was next to the
last performance. The three-act drama
from Tennyson's poem entitled "Dora"
was on the boards. Miss Jennie Relff
arth as Dora Allen was the centre of
attraction throughout; the bluff old
Farmer Allen was finely done by Mr.
J. B. Robinson, aud tbe minor parts
were well sustained. Altogether we
have never seen tho play presented
with better effect. Vivian closed the
entertainment with his olio of songs
and sketches, now grown an indispen
sable part of the programme. This
afternoon, Bip Van Winkle will be
presented in matinee, and to-night
the bill comprises "A Morning Call"
and "Po-ca-hon-tas." With this, the
engagement of Vivian's Company
closes in our city. There will be a
large turn-out to bid farewell to this
universally popular troupe.
Santa Barbara has Him—The Future King of
England.
An advertisement was published a
short time since, offering £1,000 for a
copy of an old book, published in
London. The advertisement was
published at the instance of the roy
alty of England, with the object of
obtaining a copy that was known to
exist of a publication that had been
suppressed and destroyed, with this
single exception. The book has been
found in possession of a young lawyer
in Louisville, Ky. As might have
beeu foreseen, the offer of the reward,
Instead of resulting in the recovery of
the work, (which is in two volumes),
has led to the publication of a synop
sis of its matter in all the leading
American papers, through the Asso
ciated press.
The work iti question is a memoir
of the Court of England, at the time
of George IV, and gives an account of
the marriage of that monarch with
Mrs. Fitzherbert, anil the birth of a
son, the issue of that marriage, who,
if living, might question the title of
Queen Victoria.
HE IS IN SANTA BARBARA!
The course of human events runs
queerly sometimes, and this advertise
ment of the House of Guelph has not
only found the missing book, which
will probably get into the hands of
some publishing house; but has
brought to light the fact that the heir
of George IV, issue of that marriage
and representative of the House of
Brunswick, is living in this vicinity,
anil is the father of a family of grown
up sons and daughters. One of his
sons was a boy in blue, and fought in
the rebellion, and all of the family are
of our most respected and esteemed
citizens.
There is not a doubt about the gene
alogy of this family, and those who
have seen portraits of George IV
und members of the family here in
Santa Barbara, say they bear a strong
resemblance to their royal paternal
progenitor.
There seems to be great concern felt
iii England over this matter, and who
knows but it may be in the stars to
displace the dissipated And ill-fitted
I'rince of Wales, whom the English
do not regard with any degree of rev
erence, and put upon the throne of the
British Empire a good, staunch, re
spectable and moral citizen of Santa
Barbara.— Santa Barbara Press.
Wilmington Items.
[From ths Enterprise ofthe 18th.]
The college grounds have been nice
ly leveled and planted out in trees,
which gives them a neat, fresh ap
pearance.
General Boschke is going ahead
with his dredging. Everything is
not yet in the best running order, yet
there is a steady improvement.
The whaling party who have been
established at Portugese Bend for
two or three months have caught
eleven whales. This is pretty good
work.
Sufficient money has been sub
scribed to raise the upper story of Mr.
Jacoby's warehouse, and convert the
front half into a Masonic and Odd
Fellows' Hall, aud the rear half into a
towti hall.
The Mohongo, with five hundred
tons of freight, draws not over nine
feet of water. Were she not so uu
wieldly on account of her length, she
could be brought up to the Wilming
ton wharf now.
A Hook and Ladder Fire Company
was organized last Tuesday eveningin
Wilmington. All the necessary ap
paratus has been purchased, consist
ing of a truck, hooks, ladders, axes,
buckets, lanterns, etc. The members
are making arrangements to give a
ball at the Wilmington Exchange
next Monday evening, the 22d.
The work of the Railroad Company
is advancing with all possible dis
patch. The office has been moved
out on the edge of the wharf, and the
waiting room completed on the oppo
site side. One track has also been
laid and work ia progressing on the
other. There has been a short delay
in pile driving on account of the tim
ber giving out, but work will proba
bly be resumed to-morrow. Some
three hundred feet are yet to be
driven. When completed the wharf
will have a front of 1,300 feet. In a
few weeks all the improvements will
be finished, and then we think we
will have made one good permanent
step in the line of our commercial Im
portance.
San Bernardino Items.
Another "gin mill" has been opened
in town, which makes one for every
week of this year.
It is rumored that the members of
the Baptist denomination will build a
church edifice.
The friends of the Protestant Epis
copal Church are making an effort to
secure the services of a minister.
It is interesting to observe the ma
nipulations of certain politicians who
are preparing for the approaching
campaign and who are not conscious
that their movements are noticed.
On Wednesday morning a child of
Mr. Law, aged about four months,was
discovered dead in the bed. The child
had been sleeping with the parents,
and when they arose they supposed
the babe was sleeping, and the mother
went about her household duties. After
breakfast the mother went in to take
the baby up and discovered it to be
quite dead. No cause can be assigned
for tbe sudden death of the infant.
Hints to Mr. Bergh.
Eight hours should be a day's work
on a dog-churn, the dog to be allowed
one day in a week to himself. Let
every dog have his day.
Life preservers for Newfoundland
dogs to guard against sudden cramps.
A fine for imposing bogus watches on
watch-dogs. The watch-dog's honest
bark has often been raised against the
swindle.
Protection of ants from the nephews
and nieces.
Cushioned toadstools would be
highly appreciated by toads after a
"hop."
Punish boys who frighten the frogs
and make them jump. Sudden shocks
are sometimes fatal to a nervous or
ganization.
Encourage trout to write poetry. We
have seen some very beautiful trout
lines ere now.
Rostrums iv tlie ocean for whales to
"spout," from. This is a want long
felt, and the whales pout about it.
Abolish mosquito bars. They make
mosquitoes irregular about their meals.
Introducing the German language
into the schools of Ash.
Pocket handkerchiefs for crocodiles
to wipe away their tears on.
A school in accounts for adders, who
already multiply rapidly.
WHAT NEED?
"What need has the singer to sing?
And why should the poet to-dny
His pale little garlands of poesy bring,
On the altar to lay T
High priests of song the harp-strings swept
Ages before he smiled or weptl
"What need have the roses to bloom ?
And why do the tull lilies grow ?
And why do the violets shed their perfume
When night winds breathe low T
They are no more bright and fair
Than (lowers thut bloomed in Eden's air!
"What need have the stars to shine on ?
Or the clouds grow red in the West ?
Why the sun, like a King, from the fields he
lias won,
Goes grandly to rest ?
No brighter they than stars and skies
That greeted Eve's sweet, wondering eyas I
"What need has the eagle to soar
Ho proudly, straight up to the sun?
Or the robin such Jubilant music to pour
When day has begun ?
The eagles soared, the robins sung,
As high as sweet, when earth was young!
"What need, do you ask me 7 Each day
Hath a song and prayer of Its own,
As each June hath Its crown of fresh roses,
eacii May
Its bright emerald thronel
Its own high thought each age shall stir,
Each needs Its own interpreter!
"And thou, O my poet, sing on!
Mingoii until love shall grow old;
Till Patience and Faith their last triumphs
have won,
Doubt not Ihy songshall be new,
While life endures and God is true!"
Alas, Poor Yorick.
Editor Herald: The following
sketch of California character is re
spectfully submitted for the Herald:
It was evening. Twilight shadows
gathered and loomed in mystic forms
ovorhill and plain. "The mild beam
ing star" that brightened in the West
shed a pensive lustre through the
thickening gloom. Attracted by its
beam, a traveler stopped on his way
through a fertile valley, and turning
his gaze upward to the peaceful sky,
continued to regard it for a moment,
as If wrapped in thought. He then
turned his eyes upon the earth, where
the shadows hud thickened. The
mountains that girded the valley now
rose in blackened masses afar oil',
while all around seemed dark and un
certain. A light shone occasionally
from some house lv the distance,
marking the scene of a happy home.
The accustomed sounds ol evening
falling on his ear —the lowing of the
scattered herds, the barking of some
dog or the night-bird's scream—re
minded the stranger that it was the
hour when mankind sought shelter
and repose. But where should he find
rest and shelter? In all that broad
valley, no friendly door would open
unto him; no friendly voice would
hail his coming; no eye would brighten
at his approach. His home was in the
far East, beyond the blue sea. There,
at this hour, were grouped the forms
of those he loved; there is a mother's
blessing awaited the absent oue; but
here he was a stranger and alone! The
night-bird's cry now rose shrill upon
the air; the West wind sighed, and the
stranger, aroused from his reverie, and
said, "iis time to spread my blan
ket."
N. B.—He was bound for Panarnint.
T. C. P.
Spadra, February 17th.
A Santa Barbara Almond Orchard.
The Santa Baroara/ndexsays: ''Mr.
Olmstead, of Carpenteria, has finished
picking his crop of almonds. He will
Inn c trout his orchard this season over
five tons of the Languedoc,or soft-shell
almonds. Mr. Olmstead's orchard is
only four years old, and of course is not
yet in full hearing. His trees bore a
few nuts when two years old. The
third year the average yield to the
tree was about live pounds. Two rows
in the orchard, covering ground equiv
alent to two acres, that received great
care ia planting and special culture,
produced 2,000 pounds of dried almonds.
This yield at the wholesale market
price in Han Francisco for the soft
shell almonds, will give Mr. Olmstead
about $230 per acre, after paying all
expenses of the year's culture, gather
ing and marketing. One reason of Mr.
Olmstead's success in the cultivation
of the almond is the fact that he keeps
the ground clear, cultivating uothing
between the trees, nor allowing weeds
to grownup to rob them. Thorough
cultivation is required for tin; almond,
and the trees should be at least twenty
feet apart|each way."
A Jewish Legend.
According to Jewish and Moham
medan tradition, King Soloman, who
was wise beyond all other men, knew
the language of animals, and could
talk with the beasts of the field and
the fowl of tbe air. A rabbinical story
is told of him, which is In this wise:
One day the King rode out of Jeru
salem with a great retinue. An ant
hill lay directly in his path, and Solo
mon heard its little people talking.
"Here comes the great King," he
heard one of them say. "His flatterers
call him wise and just and merciful,
but he is about to ride over us and
crush us without heeding our suffer
ings."
And Solomon told the Queen of
Sheba, who rode with him, what the
ant said. And the Queen made an
swer:
"He is an insolent creature, OKing!
It is a better fate than he deserves to
be trodden under foot."
But Solomon said:
"It is the part of wisdom to learn of
the lowest and weakest."
And he commanded his train to turn
aside and spare the ant-hill.
Then all the courtiers marveled
greatly, and the Queen of Sheba bowed
her head and made obeisance to Solo
mon.
"Now know I the scret of thy wis
dom. Thou listenest as patiently to
the reproaches of the humble as to the
flatteries of the great."
TO BUILDERS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE RE
celved at Uie ofllce of tlie undersigned,
Temple Block, for the erection of a Double
Two-Story Frame Dwelling-llouse, on Fort
street, for Messrs. Edwards & Hon".
Proposals must b« handed ln hy 12 o'clock
of SATURDAY, the 20th inst., endorsed "Pro
posals* for Dwelling-House." The lowest nor
any bid not necessarily accepted.
The successful bidder will bo required to fur
nish bwuds in the full amount of his bid for
the faithful discharge of bis contract.
E. J. WESTON, Architect,
el 7 3t Room 61 Temple Block.
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT, STATE OK
California, county of Los Angeles.—ln the
matter of tho estate of Ignacio Coronel. de
ceased.—Pursuant lo an order of this Court
made this day, notloc Is hereby given, that
Tuesday, the second day of March, A. D. 1875,
af 10 o'clock a. M. of said day. at the Court
Room ofthls Court, In tlio City and County of
Lis Angeles, has been appoln ted forbearing
the application of A. F. Coronel,praying that
a document now on file In this Court, purport
ing lo be tbe last Will und testament of lgsu
clo Coronel, deceased, be admitted to Probate
aud that letters temtamentary be issued there
on to A. F. Coronel, at whioh time and place
all persons Interested therein may appear ami
contest the same. A. W. POTTS, clerk.
[seal] By E. H. Owkn, peputy.
Los Angeles, FebTlStn, 1875. 19tmh3
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A CARD
To the People of Los Angeles and
Southern California In Ceneral.
I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
you that with an extensive experience of
twenty-five years lv some of the finest cities
of thia continent anil Europe as a
Theoretical and Practical Builder,
I have permanently located ln the city of Ix>s
Angeles, nnd ask of you a share of your pat
ronugc as contractor or superintendent of
buildings of every kind.
Tlie Palace or the Cottage, the Cathe
dral or the Chapel,
Of any design or style, with all the modern
improvements of the age. Htore Fronts and
Shelving, Inside Finish lor offices,banks,etc.,
ofthe most elaborate designs and latest Styles.
Also, Stairs, Towers, spires, Domes, Observu
torles, Balconies and Verandahs. Will make
patterns forcastings, architectural or mechan
ical. Plans and specifications, if desired, will
be furnished. >i A. « vitsit ii.i..
felS dlw;wtf No. 7S Fort street.
FIVE HUNDRED
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 ure certain
to live When transplanted, und he present
month is a good time to put them out. Also,
a small lot of
ITALIAN CYPRESS.
2,000 Mexican One seedlings eijj lilceii
months old lv boxes.
2,000 Tahlta Oranges, Ift months ol<l,
lv boxes.
2,000 .Ylaiiiga I.eiuons, IS months aUI,
lv boxes.
SOO Oranges trees, 3 years old.
The undersigned intends to dispose of his
entire slock as he is gol'igout of the business
and will close out the entire lot to a single
purchaser at a bargain.
H. H. SPENCER,
feblB-lm Hill street, near First.
CENTINELA LAND CO.
Of Los AnsreleH.
Orllce -No, 8 Temple Hlock.
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO
Persons who have not be
come Shareholders.
ANY JP El* S O IN,
Whether a Shareholder or not, can at tend the
Sale at the Rancho, on
MONDAY, February 15th, 1875,
Or any subsequent day of Sale
AND PURCHASE LAND
By the payment of
TEN (10) PER CENT. CASH,
And the bulunce ln Instalments of Ten (10)
PerCcnf. Seini-Annually.
This Sale Will Offer
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
To persons who desire to
Purchase Town Lot**,
Five-Acre Lots for Homesteads, or Farm Lots.
WM. H. MARTIN.
Ceneral Agent.
febUld
Great Closing-Out Sale
OK THE
DOLLAR STORE
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
BY
DUNSMOOR BROS.,
We will for the next
SO I) YB ,
GIVE
Special Inducements
Previous to opening our new store on Spring
street.
We are bound to sell the stock and are con
stantly
REDUCING THE PRICE
To that end.
.
COME TODAY!
And the next thirty days, and get
MORE OOOI>H
— FOR —
ONE DOLLAR
Than ever before, at
NO. 102 MAIN STREET,
Opposite the Court House.
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CABANIS & MADECAN,
Real Estate & Money Brokers.
LEW G. CABANIS,
Notary I'ubllc wild t'onveywucer.
OFFICE—No 44 Temple Block, up stairs—en
trance, first stairway below the Bank, on
Hpring street,.
For Sule Ohenj>:
3,000 Walnut trees 3 years old
1,000 Orange " 3 " M
2,000 ?! " 2 »! "
10,000 " " 1 year "
1,000 Lemon ** 2 years "
100 Fig " 2 v "
500 Pepper «' 2& 3 " "
Apply to OABANIg 4 MADEGAN,
On the premises, H. Bead's place, West of
Main street, on Pico street. Jan23tX
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR SALE.
The Best and Most Liberal
Proposition Ever Made
to the Public.
EIGHT
Magnificent New Cottages!
SEVEN
Fine S2-Story I>wellin|fg«,
■with all Modern lm
provemontH,
LOCATED IN THE MOST CENTRAL
and desirable part ofthe city,
WILL BE SOLD
For Four Thousand Dollars,
Payable by monthly lnsUllmentsoffJlOu each.
Without Interest,
Or Twent-five per cent, off for Cash.
This Proposition will he open for
♦JO DAYS ONLY.
Privilege given to purchaser to transfer his
right-, In ease of inahlllty to meet Install
ments. Apply to
P. Beaudry.
feb7-tf *
Good Pasture Within City Limits.
GOOn INCLOSED PASTURE for horses
and mules may be had ou Ihe hills West
of the City Cemetery. Animals at the risk of
owners. Apply to P. BEAUDRY.
fehetf
FOR SSj^L-E.
THE FOLLOWING LOTS
FRONTING ON
BUNKER HILL AYE. AND HOPE ST.
Lot 15 In block 102.
Lots 1,3,9 in block 109, Bellevue Terrace Tract
Ix>ts 2, 8, 6,6 and 7ln block T.
Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, t), 10, block H.
Lots 12, IS, 15,17, 19 and 20, block L.
Lota 13, 14,15,17,18, block K.
Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7 and 8, block Q,
Lots 11 and 12, block J.
Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8, block P.
Lots 12,13,15 and 16, block I.
Lots 1,2, 3, 4. 6, 8, 7, 8,9,10, block O.
Lots 11, 12,13, block H. Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON FLOWER STREET.
Lots 12,17,19, 20 and 21 In block 103 or tho
Bellevue Terrace Tract.
Lots 9,11,12,13,14 and 16, block T.
Lots 9,10,11,12,13.14,15 and 16, block Q,.
Lots 1,2, 3, 4,5,8, 7 and 8, block V.
Lots 9,10,11,12, is, 14,15 and 18, block P.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 8, 9,10 aud 11, block U.
Lots 11,12,13,14,15,16, 17. 18, 19, 20 and 21 In
block O of the Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON OLIVE STREET.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 Id block 4.
I .ot s 2,3, 4,6 and Mln block 2.
Lots 12,13,14, 15 and 17 in block 1, Beaudry
Tract.
Lots 5,7 and Bin block F.
Lots 10,14,15 aud 16 in block B, In Mott Tract
Frontiug on Bunker Hill Aye. & Char
ity Street.
Lots 1,2,3,4 and 6 ln block 108, BelleTue Ter
race Tract. . .
Lots 11, 12,13,14. 15,16, 17, 18,19 and 20 In block
4 and lots 10,11,12, is,l4, 15,16, 17. 18 and 19
In block 2, Beaudry Tract.
Lots 3, 4, 6 and 6 in block K.
LoU 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 und 8 In block J.
Lots 1,2,8,4. 5,6 and 7ln block I.
Lots 12 and 13 in block F.
Lot a In block H.
Lots 14. 15,16 and 17 ln block Eof the Mott
Tract.
Water will be furnished to all the above lots
at the rates fixed by the Water Commission
ers, and on the same terms as by the L. A. City
Water Co. de 22 tf
P. BEAUDRY.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ARTESIA.
3,500 Acres of Fine
Artesian Land in
a Body.
The Tract is being Cut up
into Small Farms A Home
steads and will be Sold
at the Purchaser's
Own Price.
Strong Flowing Artesian Wells Can
be Had on Every Acre of
the Tract.
The Los Angeles Immigration and Laud
Co-operative Association nas purchased a
tract ot 3,500 acres of fine, valuable laud, lo
cated Just south of Norwalk station, on the
8. P. It. It., East of New River, and are having
it cut up Into fortv-acie tracts.
• Soil.
The soil Is of a rich sandy loam and free
from alkali. There are two oi three email
pieces of alkali ground on tbe tract, but they
will be pointed out to purchasers so that they
may know what they are buying. The char
acter of the soli is more like the warm mesa
lands of the country, than tbe low, damp corn
lands.
Semi-Tropical Fruits
Will there And a combination of soil, climate
and wat rr well adapted to their rapid growth.
These lauds are not entirely free Irom frosts,
but the cold Is not severe enough to injure the
§rowth of seml-treplcal fruit trees, ana rarely
ocs any damage, except to the most tenoer
vegetation.
Water.
The great desideratum of Southern Califor
nia, without which the richest land Is con
verted Into a desert, and with It the desert Is
converted into a garden, Is here easily obtain
ed in great abundance. Surface water Is found
at a depth of ten or fifteen feet, aud
Flowing Artesian Wells
Can be readily and SURELY obtained at a
depth of from one hundred and thirty to two
hundred feet. There are many flowing wells
in the Immediate vicinity, and within the ar
tesian belt no failure to get flowing water has
ever occurred. Thetownof
ARTESIA .
Has been laid out on the townsblp Use threa
miles South and three-quarters of a mile West
of Norwalk Station. A quarter-section of land
Is Included within the town plat. It is tbe In
tention to make t his town the center of one of
the richest farming communities ln Los An
geles county.
A Fine School House
Will be erected soon by the company on a
2-acre town lot donated for that purpose. Tsts
per cent, of the receipts from tbe sale of town
lots will be devoted to the erection of a School
House and the improvement of the scbool
property, and 2% per cent, of the receipts from
the sale of outside lands at the first auction
sale will tie devoted to Ihe same purpose.
These sums will be paid from the first pay
ments made on lands.
Arrangements are now being made lor the
establishment of a Methodist Episcopal
Church, und the erection of a house of wor
ship.
A lot will be given to any Church or Society
that will erect thereon a buildlag for public
use.
PUBLIC SALE.
These lands will be offered at Public Auc
tion on
TUESDAY,WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
February 23, 2* and 25,1875,
Thus affording settlers an opportunity to pro
cure homes at THEIR OWN FIGURES.
STOCKHOLDERS IN THE ASSOCIATION
WILL NOT BE BIDDERS AGAINST
OUTSIDERS TO RUN UP THEIR
OWN PROPERTY TO HIGH
FIGURES.
TERMS.
The terms on all sales of lands outside the
town plat, and on town lots exceeding oue
acre ln size (three-fourths of the town plat),
will lie ONE-KOURTH DOWN AND THE
BALANCK IN ONE, TWO AND THREE
YEARS, at one per cent. Interest per month.
On town lots of a less sixe than one acre, one
hulf down, and the balance ln one year with
Interest ut one per oent. per month.
J. E. Medullas will be on thegronndsdally
to show the land to those who desire to exam
ine the same up to the day of the sale.
During the sule free transportation will be
furnisued those ln attendance, from the oars
to the lands and return, and reduced fare for
I he round trip will be secured on the railroad
from Los Angeles and return.
TEMPERANCE.
Believing that the sale and consumption of
spirituous and malt liquors In the settlement
would be productive of muob evil continually,
and no good, the Association will Insert a
clause in all deeds prohibiting forever the sale
of Intoxicating drinks, as a beverage, on the
lands sold.
Plats of the lands snd further Information
can be had by culling at the oftlce of tho Asso
ciation, iy. SPRING STREET, LOS ANGE
LES.
Excursion Tickets.
The Immigration and Land Association
will sell excursion ticket* at reduced rates at
their offlce, No. 1 1-2 Spring street, gi.od for
th» round trip from Los Angeles to Norwalk
and return. These tickets are good at any
time until the close of the gale.
Free Conveyance
Will be furnished from Norwalk to Artesia
nnd return. Mr. McComas will act as guide
to conduct those examining lands over the
tract. Carriages will be at Norwalk dally to
meet excursionists.
The Los Angeles Immigration and Land
Co-operative Association
Was incorporated December 10, 1875, for the
purpose or furnishing reliable information lo
persons seeking home* In Southern Califor
nia, and also purchasing large tracts of land,
dividing them up and selling them again to
actual settlers.
The Association publishes monthly
THE NEW ITALY,
Is*uingo,ooo copies in each edition. Copies
sent free on application to any part of Ihe
world.
The Board of Directors of the Association for
the present year are as follows:
THOISS. A. OA KEY President
J. R. GORDON Vice-President
J. E. McCOMAR Manager
MILTON THOMAS Assistant Manager
H. J. CROW Treasurer
GEO. C. Attorney
Persons at a distance should at once open
correspondence with the SeoTetarii of the As
sociation: MILTON THOMAS,
Assistant Manager.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary.
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ANAHEIM.
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