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/NE DOLLAR per Square often lines, first insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square for each subsequent Insertion. WANTS-LOST FOUND. WOMAN to wash, f f iron and cook, etc., In a small family, lay J3O per inonl h to one Who understand)! her business, \pply from 10 to 12 o'clock al the ofilee, No. 21 Spring street. lnr26 2t I OST-$0 REWARD -A BRACELET, Imm which the Under will please leave al the SI. Charles Hotel and receive the above re ward. mr2B4t WANTED A oapable woman to do cooking and housework. None need apply who are not thoroughly competent in every respect. Apply, Plaza and Main street, • opposite Pico House. ntlflENlW FR ANK THE~PERSON named above would send bis address to Postoffioe box 2is, Sacramento, Cal., he could i leurn something to his advantage. mrl2 lm \\A/ANTED.—A Situation by a Lady to do <¥V sewing al home or in a family by the ay or piece to suit customers, children's lulling a specialty. Inquire on olive street, Vwcen 7lh and Bth. MRS. HOHTON. rkrlO-lm" POMS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. V novlOtf VIW WILCOX & CURBS SEWING Ma- Ohol l ' llo for sale at 25 per cent, less than yi x |ice. Inquire at this Office. ThrA novlftif AdvdV R SALE—FOR RENT. met* lR r -— TWO NEW HOUSES, ONE Mtvli> M n '"K rooms and two bath-rooms, * ' *Vpd for two families: Ihe other hav fj, ml bath-room; both being beau /**jd near the business centre and iuiyt a charming view of mountain 1 rf For full parlienlars, apply to | .At COMPANY, 111 Spring street f-jee build Ing). mristf _ tjiXLE. THE WEI.I. EBTAB _r\ J St'wing Machine, Pattern and V business. No. co spring street. all Mill'" huy a choice Lot 6U x 165, located .7iuiu'j7' lln '' of Hit' Spring anrl sixth street Chal- A PP'y to ' •'• M - BALDWIN. • lEY LOANS Negotiated by lhe firm Af .1. M. BALDWIN, _[ 79 1-3 Downey Block. ryM S A LE.—2.000 of the finest six-year jf . jPOraligc and Lemon trees in tbecity. "will sell tbe choice at retail for 83 a piece. JONES A BLAND, mrtelm PURE BRED POULTRY. EGGS FOR SALE OK THE FOLLOWING pure bred varieties: Dark Brah mas, Buff Cochins, White-faced Black Spanish, Brown Leghurns, at 85 per setting of 13 eggs, White Leghorns, the best layers, non-setters, 83 per setting; two settings for 85. Address, BRUNK A BRUCK, Bftrtg Bm* Box 407. LAND FOR SALE. I HAVE 690 ACRES OF EXCELLENT laud for sale near Old Los Nietos. About 200 acres will produce corn without irrigation. The remainder is good fruit and small grain land. Living water on the premises. Par lially improved. J. S. THOMPSON, HI and 52 Temple Hlock. Dec. 17. 1874. ■ de! 7 tf Sheep For Sale. I HAVE 4,000 Besl tirade of Sheep which I I offer for side, guaranteeing to the pur chaser pasture for the whole lot one year. Two thousand of toe ewes, served with tho rough-bred rains from Vermont, Will lamb in March,and the increase will be of superior quality. Also, twenty thorough-bred Rams, and ot her tine rains for sale. For further par ticulars, inquire of SIMON LEVY, janl7tf No. 33 Aliso St. CHOICE TWO-ACRE LOTS, lOCATED IN THE MOST DESIRABLE j portion ofthe city, 1% miles (S. W.) from Postofflee. From 20 to 10 orange trees four and Aye years old on each lot, and will be sold for one-half cash and balance in 3, 0, 9 and 12 months, at 12 percent, interest. For further particulars, inquire of KIM BALL A COMPANY, 10 Spring street (old PostoHice). mrlK tf MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPORUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the Postofflee building, where she will sell every thing in the Stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mrOtf LE WI S LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK A CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring street, adjoining the Postofflee, Is offering to his friends and lhe public in general, the finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios, LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS. Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos, Concertinas, Flutes, And many other Useful articles suitable for Presents. FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES And hundreds of other articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will he spared to meet the wants ofthe public, and I hope to merit a fair share 86 - LEWIS LEWIN. DO YOU WANT A Farm Wagon, Or a Sporting agon, Or a Sulky Cultivator, Or a Walking Cultivator, Or a Diamond-Tooth Cultivator, Or a Shovel Plow, Or a Sulky Horse Rake, Or a rVtbwer, Or a Reaper, Or a Header, At Bed Rock Prices? IF SO, CALL AT THE GRANGE STORE, 184 Main street. JOHN H. SEYMOUR, General Manager. JylOtf M YEARS OLD! PIONEER HARNESS and SADDLE MANUFACTORY. ™ S. C. FO V, Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Re tall dealer In Saddlery and Harness of all kinds. Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes. Blankets and Whips-tn fact, everything per taining to a Hi sUclass Saddlery House. THE VERY BEST GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES. The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale al wholesale and retail. Harness Oils. Simps & Blacking. Repslrluar Promptly Done. No. W Los Angeles Htreeet. LOS ANGELES, CAL. HUT Prices as low as any house on the coast febJStf CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY, MARCH 27,' 1875. GOLD REPORT. San Fkancisco. March 25. Gold, 115 ' v Greenbacks— Buying, selling, SH L.OCAXi BBEVITIKH. No business in the Courts yester day. The Orizaba sails for San Francisco to-morrow. Goldsmith 6Y Davis have just re ceived another lot ol* imported cigars. Only one saloon - keeper has been closed out thus far by the $2,000 bond ordinance. Seven births and two deaths have been recorded in the Catholic Ohurcb this week. J. L. Ward will move hit office from its present location to No. 8 Commer cial street, on Monday next. Tlie franchise for the East Los An reles and San Pedro Street Railroad las at last been awarded. We are to have 200 copies of the codified ordinances printed in English and 100 in Spanish. They have an amateur minstrel troupe in Santa Barbara called the "Acmes." We regret to announce that a daugh ter of Mr. Thos. A. Garey is lying dangerously ill with typhoid fever. It is reported that over $1,000 worth of county warrants are iv the Record er's hands, await ing claimants. Passengers by the Orizaba who ar rived yesterday report that they en countered a rain storm on their way down. The Orizaba rived at Wilmington yesterday mor ing, with 170 passen gers ami fiOO tons of freight. She sailed for Sau Diego in the afternoon. Two boys were before Judge Gray yesterday for fighting. No case was made out and tlie young belligerents were sent back to their mothers. A rumor was current last evening that a little girl had been drowned in the river near East Los Angeics. We were unable to learn the particulars. Dr. M. W. Jacobus, a Professor in the Theological Seminary at Alle ghany, N. V., and a noted Presbyte rian divine, is in our city, registered at the Backman House. The sixth annual ball of St. Pat rick's Benevolent Society to be given at Steams' Hall on Monday evening next promises to be a rare occasion for dancers. Mr. 0. A. Bonesteel is fitting a store in tiie Lafayette Hotel block, where he will open on the Ist of April an extensive book and news establish' meut. We learn from reliable authority that the Goodall, Nelson & Perkins Steamship Company contemplate doubling their steamship facilities on their coast line, thus giving us an ar rival and departure every alternate day. Parties just from the Cajon report tbat the work of railroad grading and tunneling on the Los Angeles and In dependence line is being pushed as fast as men and money can do it. Tiie grade is already completed for one mile. The San Francisco Post of tiie 24th says E. J. Baldwin and party had re turned to the city after a trip to Gold Mountain and gives an interview with one of the party. The fact that Mr. Baldwin has not returned to the city, and as late as yesterday was still in this city, somewhat affects the relia bility of the "interview." Tlie sessions of tbe Common Coun cil are drawing out to a painful length. From 7:30 to 12 o'clock last night the City Fathers wrestled with their load of duties, and 'then ad journed until yesterday afternoon, when they wrestled again from S to 6. When they get to holding sessions all the week, we shall resign our position on the Board. Madame Muse, the accomplished pianist who has for so long held the position of leader of the orchestra with the Vivian Troupe, has, we under stand, concluded to locate in Los An geles and devote herself to teaching on the piano and organ. Those of our citizens who wish their daughters to become accomplished pianists cannot do better than to secure the tuition of Madame Muse. We publish this morning the an nouncement of Messrs. T. Glar.cey and John M. Paynter, in which they pro pose to start on tlie first of May next a weekly paper, to be styled the Semi- Tropical Farmer. The paper will be a quarto In form, consisting of eight pages of four columns each. It will be devoted to the Grange movement and and the agricultural interests of the county, furnishing besides the news of the day. This is what a young man up North thinks of it: "Of all the joys vouch safed to man in life's tempestuous Whirl, there's naught approaches heaven so near as sleighing with a girl—a rosy, laughing, buxom girl; a frank, good-natured, honest girl; a feeling, flirting, dashing doting, smil ing, smacking, jolly, joking, jaunting, jovial, posy-looking, dear little duck of a girl!" We learn that the site proposed for a fine hotel, on the hill back of the High School is regarded with much favor by a number of our capitalists. One of the advantages of the locality not heretofore mentioned is that it can be supplied with water from Mayor Beaudry's works, having a pressure of 125 feet. This would be adequate for a building of the largest dimensions. A San Francisco exchange reports that articles of incorporation have been filed in the office of the Secretary of State as follows: California Wine Growers' Association, of Los Angeles county, California; principal Dlace of business, Los Angeles; capital stock, $75,000, in shares of $100 each. Hotel and Building Association of Anaheim; principal place of business, Anaheim, Los Angeles county; capital stock, $40,000, in shares of $100 each. COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. The Rest of It. Our report closed at 11 o'clock Thursday evening, aud the following business was subsequently enacted. Mr. Ryle petitioned for the fluming of /atija No. 4 in the roar of his prem ises. Referred to the Zanja Commit tee The resolution fixing salaries of city officers, previously offered and refer red back for amendment, was passed. Tbe salaries, as lixed by tho resolu tion, stand as follows: The Mayor, per annum $1,5C0 City Marshal, " " r,2nO City Attorney, " " 1.500 City Assessor, '• " 1,200 City Treasurer," " Clk of Council," " 1,500 Zanjero, " " IJOJ I leputy Zanjeros, each per month 75 Foot policemen, each per annum 000 M'ni'd policemen, " " " i,nu special Detective, " " «*> Health (iffloer, per month 60 Engineer of Fire Company, per annum.. 1,200 Oity Sexton ;to ° The Clerk was ordered t» notify all the city officers ol matters referred to them by each meeting of the Council. Also instructing him to deliver the papers, after entry on the minutes, to the chairman of each committee to whom I bey bad been referred. The Zanjero was required to execute a bond of $2,000 for the full and faith ful performance of bis duties. James H. Hart was elected Deputy Zanjero for tlie canal and reservoir ditch. Francis Baker sent In bis resigna tion as Deputy Zanjero, and Felix (fnllardo was elected in his stead. Five days leave of absence was granted to Gen. Baldwin, City Sur veyor. On motion of Mr. Leahy, a special committee, consisting of himself, Wolfskill and Hubur, was appointed to ascertain the names of property holders on Alameda street, from First street to the ciiy limits, southward; also the number of feet front owned by each. Tbe Committee on Zanjas was in structed to examine the ('anal and Reservoir ditch from the dam to the reservoir, and if not found in good Condition, that proceedings be ltsti tUted against tlie responsible parties representing tbe woolen mill. Mr. Geo. 0. Tiffany sent in a com munication asking for tlie definite lines of the street on Spring street, be tween Third and Fourth. Referred to a special committee. Authority was given to all parties to take gravel from Rock stieet, pro viding they observe the lines of the street grade. A sharp communication from Mrs. Ogier in reference to the grade of her properly and tiie overflow to which it is subjected, was read and referred to the Hoard of Public Works. She was granted permission to grade the street in front of ber lot. Adjourned until Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. AFTERNOON SESSION. The Council met in adjourned ses sion at 4 o'clock P. m., yesterday. Present, Councilman Huber, Work man, Carmona. Robinson, Leahy, Lichtenberger, Sotello, Teed, Camp bell and Mullally. Absent, President Beaudry and Councllmen Mascarel and Wolt'skill. Mr. Workman was elected to the chair. The Committee on Zanzas reported that they had examined the Woolen Mill ditch and found the same well cleaned and in good condition, lie port received and placed on file. On motion of Mr. Leahy the Zanjero was ordered to take charge of the ditch. A communication was received from J. J ones, alleging that the street above the Plaza, now known as Main street, is wrongly named, aud that Bath street is entitled to that appelation, and asking that the name of Bath street be changed to that of Main. Received and placed on file, and re ferred to Committee on Names of Streets. A petition was received from Mrs. Esther McCarty, asking to be refund ed the sum of §40 taxes ou mortgage paid under protest. A petition was received from Law rence Lake, asking to be paid for 500 feet of red wood flume he had built along Zanja No. 1. Referred to Com mittee on Zanjas. A number of petitions for leave to grade in front of their premises on Fort street, between Temple and First. The petitions were granted. A communication was received from Strelitz and others, asking for information relative to the grade of Fort street, • between Temple and Sands. Referred to Board of Public Works, with leave to modify grade if necessary. William Wilson's petition for change of boundaries of tho First Fire Dis trict referred to Committee on Fire aud Water. A petition was received from Caye tano Apablasa, asking for a change of the course of zanja No. 1, so as to ena ble him to grade in front of his prop erty. Referred to Committee ou Zan jas. A petition was received from prop erty holders on Spring street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, asking leave to grade. Granted. A communication was presented by Capt. W. Borrowe asking for payment for grading Spring street in front of the school house. Two-thirds ofthe bill, amounting to $70, was oriered paid, and the balance of bill referred to the special committee on Spring st reet. Capt. Borrowe also presented a com munication, asking that Commercial street, as graded, be accepted. Com munication placed on Hie and work approved. An order was passed providing that the collections for street work be made on only two blocks at a time. The Clerk was instructed to adver tise for bids for printing the codified ordinances, the number being fixed at 200 in English and 100 in Spanish. The Clerk was instructed to publish notices of intention to grade Main street, build sewers, etc., from the Plaza to Fifth street. On motion of Mr. Robinson, the action providing for the publication of the ordinances in Spanish was recon sidered. On motion of Mr. Sotello, bids were invited for the translation of the city ordinances into Spanish. Mr. Leahy moved that notice of in tention to grade Los Angeles street, from First to Arcadia street, be pub lished; also, to grade First street from Alameda to Hill. Carried. By permission, Judge Widney ad dressed the Council relative to the franchise for a street railroad as asked for by him. He submitted a map of the city, showing the line designated for the road in question. Ho also asked for immediate action, as it is desirable to purchase the material for the road as soon as possible, while iron can be purchased at a low price in New York. On motion the ordinance providing for the granting of franchise was read. By permission, Mr. Hubbell ad dressed the Council on the subject, asking that the franchise restrict the road to running no nearer than one block from the Spring and Sixtli street railway at the depot grounds. Mr. Huber moved that the franchise be restricted to 25 years. Mr. Teed amended that it be grauted for 30 years. The amendment was carried. An other amendment to the franchise was passed requiring that tlie road run on the West side of the uew depot building. Tbo ordinance was then adopted as amended. The following bills were submitted and referred to the Finance Commit tee: Herald Printing Co., $21; J. G. Jackson, $38 75 1 George McLain, 510; Workman Bros., $20 03; E. Peppers, $10; li. Green, $4H; R. Matthews,s44; Frank Tate, $10; Louis Lewin, $13; Geo. Hansen, $00; Jno. M. Baldwin, $42 50; W. M. Osborn, $46 57; Wm. Borrowe, $31 20; J. C. Brush, $25; Caswell & Ellis, $0 25; S. Mayer, $1; L. Lehman, $50; Griffith, Lynch & Co., $3 51; W. R. Rowland, $130 35. On motion, the price of irrigating from zanjas was reduced to $1 00 per half-day. Adjourned. New Paper House. A business house greatly needed in Los Angeles is about to be established. C. A. Bonesteei & Co. are now open ing In Lafayette Block a wholesale stationery house at which newspapers and retail stationery firms will be able lo purchase at San Francisco prices, freight added. This clans of business house lias been long needed in this city and will no doubt receive a liberal patronage. The business is under the management of C. A. Bonesteei, who baa been for many years with Hodge & Co. of San Francisco and thoroughly Understands the paper trade in its vi r ions branches. The Santa Barbara Prett of the 23d inst. lias this notice of one of our citi zens: Col. A. S. Addis, Deputy Grand Worthy Centre of the Janissaries of Light, arrived on the Senator yester day, and is meeting with great suc cess in establishiug a Temple of this noble order here. Due notice will be given when and where the charter members will meet. The Colonel is also General Travelling Agent for the Southern California Mutual Aid Asso ciation and will receive applications for membership while he remains with us. One of the neatest as well as most useful contrivances that we have ever seen is a rubber stamp which Mr. H. 0. Myers is manufacturing and selling iv our city. It is useful in printing business or address cards, or in mark ing clothes, and cau be applied on anything upon which one wishes to stamp his name. A complete outfit, including stamp, indelible ink and inking pads, is furnished at the mod erate price of $1 50. Mr. Myers has sold many of these handy little arti cles in our city, and they have given general satisfaction. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PICO HOUSE—Chas. Knowltou, Proprietor. Miss N Cummins, S E Miss E Holier, S Cruz C Cason, Uo A U Meserve, Uo (ill Plato, Uo M Corhiet, Mass (i Simon, Uo J App, Va A C Sell iesiager, Uo W Stowell.wf A ch Mrs E Holeomb&d.Uo G X HyUe, Conn J T Cunningham, N V L Hydo A sn.Uo A Salesbury, Hnme J H Curtis, Paso Rbles N W HayUen, Conn Mrs Weston, Wis Mrs B Oinsmore, S Brbra ST. CHARLES-SalariA Garing, Proprietors. E.l Weill wort h, HP W Boyd, Anahm OEE Smith, Uo T L Kay, Uo A H Perkins, Uo POstcrman, Cucmngo Mrs savage, ilo itschiiu.lowa E Savage, • Uo A E Bailey, S BrnUno N H Oliver, Uo Mrs J Relftarth, Uo B Bauer, Uo MUe Muse, Uo W M Bailey, Uo WSimms, Uo E S Haras, Uo I X Itohinson, do JShloM, Uo C'l'enniel, Uo li li Hunt, Uo M D Webber.Va City C F Rubblns, Uo Mrs Anderson Rvrsd 1 > Scott, do W Lev is ton, S F ('Maclay, Uo E Kance, do Bailey A son, do A Ireland, do ,r Doollttle, do LAFAYETTE—FIubr A Gerson, Proprietors. .1 I' Melnery, S F .1 W Warren, Ohio O Mauston, do JVV Davis, Uo T Donahue, Uo W 8 Cation. Minn 0 Klnoald, Uo Mr Join s, Monte .1 X Lamm, 111 Miss Jones, Uo E MeMurry, S Cruz A Johnson, ij Brbra F Blair, Uo A J Parker, S Rafael II E PoolUs, Anabui G MeCaughey, Uo W Latchford, Uo G Davis A fmv, Anhm Mr Ernst, Wlragn W D Aehale A wf. do Porter, Uo N B Whi taker, wumu .1 11 Kirkpatriek, Wlmngu UNITED STATES—llammel A Denker, Prps. W D Ulkinson, S F G A Grymes.S Ana B L Harris, do J T Maxwell, Uo Cptbrogg, do E VViard, < iuklauU A Valencia, do S C Palmer, Gospl Swp FJDeVoe, do W B Watkins, do E Hoiden, do J M EdiLgton, Uo ,1 M Cuistion, Uo F Martln.wf A 2 eh, SF J Sanger, do J Wawkins, Inilpuc JH Frost, Uo R Smith, 8t Paul, Mn JD Kennedy, do Mrs A P Robertson,Uo J Scdielling, do Miss Wiliue, do G Heslion, do M Hotrelter,wf 2e,Njpa J M Brown, Uo T Lewellcu.wf A - ohn J Martin & wf, do Nev A Endregart, spadra W O'Brien, Nev VV II swain, Anahm 1) A Gossrich ivwf.Ohlo GG Greeley, do Ms GossrlobASstr, d» G Hcberle, is Helena W C Lane, Ohio ASeedmau, do P Petsoro, do F I. Lyons, Ind E Gossich, Uo T McHrien.fsac DC Pcorson 1" Zeiger, Term S H Curtis, Paso Robls W E Cham plain, Anb Jo F Ahoen, lone c NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. REMOVAL NOTICE. DUNSMOOR BROS., PROPRIETORS OF THE DOLLAR STORE, WISH TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS, patrons and tbe public in general that they have moved into the NEW POSTOFFICE BUILDING, OIN SPRING STREET, Where they have a tine stock of goods, SECOND TO NONE In Los Angeles. Having plenty of room they have enlarged their stock in all I tie different departments, and will offer extra Inducements to customers. They take pleasure in showing goods at any time, whether part ies desire lo purchase or not, REMEMBER THE PLACE: DOLLAR STORE, In Postofficc Building, Spring Street, Opposite Court-House. mr!6 tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FAIRVIEW PROPERTY! o Valuable City Lots! o FINEST HOMESTEADS Ever offered at such Easy Terms: Half Cash; Half in 6 Months, Without Interest. EIGHTY-ONE BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 60x150 FEET, Between the Woolen Mill und Williams' Trael, will he sold on the 14th and 15th of April, AT AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE. THESE LOTS ABE SITUATED IN THE Western part of the city, ten minutes' walk from the end of the Spring and Sixth street Railroad, and aft'ml a tine view of the whole valley and ocean, Rich Soil, near which a beautiful Park is already laid out. WATER, In pipes, can be put on the tract, and a street railroad is soon to be built towards tbe tract by way of Temple street, for which a charter is about to be applied, and will he tbe most pleasant route in the city, free from dust. The Woolen Mill Ditch Runs near the property, and the finest resi dences, as Major Tobertnan's, Foy's, etc., are built near by. All are Invited to Examine the Property For information, apply to JONES & BLAND, AUCTIONEERS, Spring Sreet, Temple Block, OR THE PROPRIETOR, •T. BTBELITZ, 73 Downey Block. mrM "CENTINELA." GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE Orange Grove, Vineyard & Fine Farming LANDS! In consequence of the great and increasing demand for SMALL IF .A. IRISHES In this vicinity, The Centinela Company Have concluded lo offer the remainder of the Centinela and Sausal Redondo Ranchos In small tracts of 5 10,20,40 & 160 Acres AT PRIVATE SALE, On tho following liberal terms: 20 Per Cent. Cash and io Per Cent, in Semi-An nual Payments, With interest at 10 per cent, per annum These lands are situated about Six Miles from Los Angeles,, Are well watered, and posses a soil of unpar alleled fertility, suitable for grain and thecul tivation of all kinds of fruit. The situation is so sheltered as to secure a climate which has no equal. A. TOWN Has been laid out In an eligible situation, di vided Into lots 31 feet by 145, and blocks con taining about Aye acres each. The main streets are IMB feet wide, the others KO feet. A Street Bailroati Will soon connect it with Los Angeles, and it will be al>o reached by The Los Angeles & Independence Railroad. Purchasers of Lands Who will immediately build upon and Im prove the same, will be permitted to purchase a few of the remaining SHARES OF STOCK, Aud have tho assessments thereon passed to the credit of their payments, and Viet versa, and thus receive a double benefit. For further particulars nq ul re at the office ofthe Company, No. 8 Temple Blook. W. H. J. BROOKS, _ Secretary. 1-3-tf-iir very desiraTeTro^ertT WO Tt SALE. TO BE OWTCASY TERMS. I a number of Valuable Building Lots About one-half acros each lii size, situate on Pico street, between Charity and Figueroa, and known as the Forbes Tract. The Main Street cars will pass close by this properly. The map can be seen and full par ticulars obtained by applying Ui BANCROFT A THAYER, Real Estate Brokers, 31 Spring street, who w'R show the lots to parties desir ing to purchase. TITLE PERFECT, iv rlO lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i 1 THE WOOLEN MILL TRACT I JJAH CHANGED HANDS, AND THE BEST LOTS WILL BE HOLD * AT AUCTION, ON THE GROUND, APRIL 2d and 3d. This tract consists of 205 Building Lots, «OxHl5 Feet, Recently surveyed and corners staked. No • finer building sites flan Ofl found lo the city. Location of most of thetMMSt delightful. HIGH, AIRY, FREE FROM DUST And easy of access. VERY TEW LOTH NEED GRADING. WATER In pipes is to be put on the tract soon, and a Street U»ilroa,«l To be built from the end of the Spring and Sixth Street Railroad to Temple Block, by the way of Temple street,passing in its route the whole length of the tract. The Charter for this road is to be applied for Immediately, and nearly the whole amount of the stock Is already spoken for. The route selected is by far the most pleasant in the city. The Woolen Mill Ditch Passes through the whole length of the tract, which furnishes an abundance of GOOD WATER. It is generally admitted that this is the BEST OPPORTUNITY Yet offered for Investment. It is NEARER THE BUSINESS CENTRE Than any lots yet offered. TERMS: Wne third down, one-third in six months, one-third ia twelve months, with Interest at one per cent, per month. JONES f BLAND, Auctioneers, mr2l-td A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. SANTA GERTRUDES LANDS. I 5,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION OJV MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875, — IN 10, 520 and ~40 ACRE TRACTS. Tlie Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are over 2,000 acres, produce two crops per an num, viz: Rarity, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This is ulso lhe finest possible land for Alfiilfu and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. The flrsl-cluss Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which can be irrigated, Is the finest In the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Grapes of the best quality grow here to per fection. Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal nut Orchards flourish mosl luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Orange orchards in full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has just completed a WATEH DITCH Over tho choicest portion of their table binds and purchasers will have the right to Water without charge. .Such un opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit OUltUre, will Dot occur again. « Rail Road Improvements. The rew railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the southe* n portion of our tract. We will oiler lands within from one to three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now uuder cultiva tion, and there are none betterin the world. THE CLIMATE I* unsurpassed. It revives the Invalid and Ir reslstably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. — . Our tract is about ten miles from Loi Ange les, the same distance from Anaheim, two miles from Downey City, and from one to four miles from Not walk Stal ton. The Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & BLAND. E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer. mrlO