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ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, first Insertion, and twenty-five cents per Squure for each subsequent insertion. WANTS LOST FOUND. LOST.— The gei.tleman who round a little brown fur boa near the corner of Fort and Second stieets yesterday morning, will confer a favor by returning It to the owner at No. 25, Fort street. mr3l It BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.-AQEN tleman with business qualifications and a few hundred dollars may secure an Interest in an established business. Address P. O. Box 751. mr2B lw til* *3 /"ii Wanted for one or two years, «PO • v/V/v/ secured by a first mortgage on improved property near Los Angeles. Ad dress ■ Mortgage," Herald Office. mr3l lw* SCHOOL- ROOM WANTED.-Any person having for rent a room, near the central part of the city, raped to the accom modation ot a small school, can hear of a ten ant tor two months, by making immediate application to W. T. LUCK V, City School £ u perlntendent. mrSl tt T~ O CAPITALISTS. — TWO MEN want brick work, either by the day or Job; will take land as part payment. Satis faction guaranteed. Address "S. W.," Post office, Los Angeles, Cal. mr2B 3t<" ANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY, a small house containing 3 or 4 rooms, close to the centre of the city. Address, stat ing locality and terms, "A," Herald office. mr27 lw» PRANK LUCK.-IF THE PERSON * named above would send his address to Postoffice box 248, Sacramento, Cal., he could learn something to his advantage. mrl2 lm WANTED.-A Situation by a Lady to do sewing at home or in a family by the day or piece to suit customers. Children's clothing a specialty. Inquire on Olive street, between 7th and Bth. MRS. HORTON. mrlO-lm* ROOMS.- FAMILY and Single Rooms with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. novlOtf ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent less than cash price. Inquire at ttiLs Office. novlDtf FOR S A LE—FO RR E NTT FOR SAL E.—Twenty acres irrigable land, mostly under cultivation; well adapted for the growth of semi-tropical trees and vines, Situated six miles Northeast of El Monte, near the foot ofthe mountain. For particulars inquire*of T. S. HALL, room 10, Temple Block, Los Angeles. mr3l 2w FOR SALE. — THE WELL ESTAB lished Sewing Machine, Pattern and Furnishing business, No. SO Spring street. mrlfl 2w« (jh&OO Will buy a choice Lot 60 AMS, located ♦p on the line ofthe Spring and Sixth street Railroad. Apply to J. M. BALDWIN. mriatf MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm ■VI of J. M. BALDWIN, mrlStf 79 Ut Downey Block. FOR SALE. -».©OO of the finest six-year old Orange and Lemon trees in the city. Will sell the choice at retail for 83 a piece. JONES A BLAND. mriHm LAND FOR SALE. IHAVE 690 ACRES OF EXCELLENT land for sale near Old Los Nietos. About M acres will produce corn without Irrigation. The remainder is good fruit and small grain land. Living water on the premises. Par tially improved. J. 8. THOMPSON, 51 and S2 Temple Block. Dec. 17. 1874. del 7 tf PURE BRED POULTRY. EGOS FOR SALE OF THE FOLLOWING pure bred varieties: Dark Brahmas, Buff Cochins, White-faced Black Spanish, Krown Legherns, at $5 per setting of 13 eggs, White Leghorns, the best layers, non-setters, $3 per setting; two settings for $5. Address, BRUNK & BRUCK, inrl9 3m* Box 407. Sheep For Sale. I HAVE 4,000 Best Grade of Sheep which I oner for sale, guaranteeing to the pur chaser pasture for the whole lot one year. Two thousand of tne ewes, served with tho rough-bred rams from Vermont, will lamb in March, and the increase will be of superior quality. Also, twenty thorough-bred Rams, and other fine ranis for sale. For further par ticulars, inquire of SIMON LEVY, Janl7tf No. 33 Aliso St. MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPORUNI. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the Postoffice building, whore she will sell every thing in the Stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mr9tf East Los Angeles & Main Street OMNIBUS LINE. DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor TIME TABLE. EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES Downey Park. Intersecting Main and Spring streets. /.««•«. Arrives. Ijeaves. Arrives. 6:30 A. K. 7:30 a. m. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. K. 8:00 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:30 " 9:19 " 19:20 " 9:50 " 9:40 " 10:80 " 12;00 m. 11:30 " 11:09 " 1:00 P. m. 2:20 r. m. 1:50 P. m. 1:30 P. a. 2:40 •' 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:10 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 " 6:00 " 6:80 " 6:30 « Sixteen Tickets for $I. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK A CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring street, adjoining the Postoffice, Is offering to his friends and the 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 otner useful articles suitable for Reirftsents. ij "E STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS £tR ' PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES And hundreds of other articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will he spared to meet the wants of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share of patronage. Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. DO YOU WANT ~A Farm Wagon, Or a Sporting Vvagon, Or a Sulky Cultivator, Or a Walking Cultivator, Or ■ Diamond-Tooth Cultivator, Or a Shovel Plow, Or a Sulky Horse Rake, Or a Mower, Or a Reaper, Or a Header, At Bed Rock Prices? IF SO, CALL AT THE GRANGE STORE, IS4 Main street. JOHN H. SEYMOUR, General Manager. Jyitt* WARRANTS ON THE OOPHHER AND Squirrel Fund, protested on or before December 17,1873, are now due and payable at the office of the County Treasurer. T. E. ROWAN, f County Treasurer. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 31, 1875. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, March 30. Gold, 116. Greenbacks—Buying, 86!<; selling, LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbe Senator is due to-morrow. The Pacific sails for San Francisco to-day. Mr. J. L. Ward has removed his of fice to No. 8 Commercial street. The combustible steamer, San Luis, sailed from Wilmington for San Kran cisco yesterday. One hundred bales of wool were among the shipments from the depot yesterday. Call at the "City of Paris" and ex amine their fine new paterus of dress good and new styles of clothing. Messrs. B. Flood & Co., of San Francisco, will soon open a first-class restaurant in tfignoret's new building. Two large iron safes arrived at the depot yesterday for Temple & Work man's Bank. Madame Arabella Goddard is regis tered among the passengers by the Senator. The wife and daughter of Captain Johnson, of the Orizaba, are in our city for a short visit. They are regis tered at the Back man House. Work on the new depot building is being pushed rigorously, and a part of the frame is already up. Workmen are also engaged in laying a side track. Mr. H. B. Cameron of Chicago, pro prietor of the celebrated Champion bee-hive, is in the city. Our bee-men will find it to their advantage to make his acquaiutaiH c. Take your .vutches and clocks for repairs to T. W. Stakepole, the new Spring street jeweller. Those who have tried bin -ay he cannot be ex celled in that litt<t. A twenty-itcie tract of irrigable land near El Monte suitable for semi tropical trees and vines is advertised for sale this morning. See want col umn. One of the soiled doves of Los An geles street—Fannie Thornton—took an overdose of chloroform Monday night for tbe headache. A stomach pump saved her. Remember the concert at Turn-Ve rien Hall to-morrow night by Profes sors Fischer and Sehad, assisted by our leading amateurs. It will be a graud affair, and you should not miss it. All of the parties implicated in the Sunday night fracas were discharged by Mayor Beaudry yesterday. The evideuce was so conflicting that it was impossible to arrive at the true state of affairs. The public school authorities have found it necessary to secure a room in the central part of the city for a class of pupils who cannot be accomodated in the school buildings. Any one having such a room can rent it at once by applying to Dr. Lucky. We call the attention of people to the fact that during the prevalence of the Norther on Monday the atmos phere was quite clear and the weather calm in the vicinity of the Woolen Mill tract. This is something worth noting by those who desire to pur chase lots in the center of the city on which to build homes. Mr. Johnson, of the Santa Barbara Press, has returned from his Eastern trip and by request of his fellow-citi zens will exhibit his views of Southern Caiifornia,with accompanying lecture, in that place. We would suggest to Mr. Johnson that the people of Los Angeles are greatly interested in his E reject and would like to know what c has been telling Eastern folks about us. United States Register James will soon receive from Florida a lot of dwarf banana bulbs, to be planted for experiment in Los Angeles county. It is claimed that this species of the banana is more hardy than any other, and flourishes as far North as St. Au gustine, Florida, where more frost is experienced than iv this section. Mr. James will distribute these bulbs among parties who may wish to ex periment with them. A Kansas paper bewails it as a des titute spectacle to see a little old bay pony that has leaned up against a fence all Winter, harnessed to an old henroost of a buck-board without any dash, hauling a jug and a couple of city politicians around who are con stantly bumping each other aud stag gering backwards and forwards and sideways in a vain attempt to keep their heads up. Kansas is thorough going or nothing. From politics to grasshoppers she beats the world. The King Barber-Shop. Mr. H. H. Lowery has opened at No. 8 Commercial street the finest barber-shop in the city, and one not to be excelled in elegance and com pleteness of ap lintments by any on the coast. The i uveltv of the estab lishment ia hair-brushing by ma chinery. The apparatus employed for this purpose is a horizontal shaft run ning along the ceiling, to which re volving brushes are attached by means of elastic bands, and the whole propelled by a steam Chinaman. Hair-brushing is thus reduced to an actual luxury, as we have found by a trial with the new arrangement. This is the second machine of its kind in the State, the only other one being in San Francisco. The shop is neatly and elegantly furnished, and com pletely retired from the street, the front portion being partitioned off for a perfumery stand. Not the least part of the arrangement is a fine sign displayed in front, which represents the whole of the interior, true to life. Bath-rooms will soon be added to the otherwise complete establishment. Mr. Lowery has spared neither pains nor expense in fitting up this tonso rial palace, and the public will no doubt thoroughly appreciate and re ward the effort. Odd Fellows' Anniversary Celebration. The committee appointed to arrange for tiie proper celebration of the fifty sixth anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America, met at the Hall last eve ning and organized by electing Hor ace Burdick Chairman and A. W. Hutton, Secretary. It resolved to have a parade, oration and ball. The price of tickets to the ball, including supper, was fixed at three dollars for gentleman and ladies. H. H. Harmon and Joseph Huber, Jr.,were appointed committee to secure hall, orator and chaplain. Committee on Music and Printing, A. Frauk and J. Kuhrts. Committee on supper, decorating hall, and leasing bar for sale of temperance drinks, J. It. Sommers and J. M. Bas sett. The committee was instructed to telegraph to San Francisco for an orator. C. C. Lips was appointed Treasurer of the committee. Commit tee on Invitation, H. Burdick, A. W. Hutton and C. C. Lips. The meeting adjourned to reassemble on Sunday next at 10:30 A. M. In the Country. Behind a Fashion Stable team—and en passant, we may remark that Macy, Wilson & Co., turn out some as line stock and elegant vehicles as can be found in Los Angeleß—we on Sun day took a ride in the direction of Santa Monica. Passing along the Telegraph road to Cahuengo Pass, we noted a general healthy appearance in the grain fields. The grass is green and abundant, while in some localities the ground is covered with yellow and purple flower*, Keeping around the margin of the valley a few miles further, we drew rein at Monte Vista, the beautiful home of Judge Charles Lindley. This is one of the most pic turesque places iv Los Angeles valley. Situated in the mouth of a gorge some two hundred feet above the level, it a ibrda a magnificent view of the platn below. On the left is seen the city of Los Angeles, while on the right the eye rests upon the beach and a broad expanse of the Pacific ocean. The Judge has some fifty acres of ex cellent soil, well watered by Springs, which lie lias planted out in fruit and ornamental trees. Iv a few years he will have a tree-embowered home of which any one could afford to be proud. Iteturning by way of Santa Monica, we noticed that the railroad grading and preparations for the new wharf were progressing rapidly. Ev erything in tbe Western part of the valley appears in a flourishing condi tion. Many new dwellings and other improvements have appeared since last Fall. Irrigation. NO. I. Editor Herald: The "reproduced article on irrigation of my old friend J. W. Potts is quite in place as tending to draw attention to the importance of that subject.one that 1 deem of greater importance than the building of railroads, the election of the next President.or the subdivision of our dry plains into small farms, or the cutting up of our orchards and vineyards into town lots. The scientific de velopment of the irrigating capacity ol the Los Angeles river. In my opinion, if taken hold ol in the right way, will pay greater div idends on the capital invested, than any en terprise that was ever inaugerated In this State, or any that may offer. But, my friend Potts would still Cling to the system of a byc g.me and semi-barbarous age—that of irrigat ing through aceguems, or ditches, and he says that our eighteen heads of water will irrigate 2,700 acres in thirty days, and by a little fluin lng the capacity can be doubled to 5,400 acres, and by reservoirs it can be doubled again to 10,800 acres (not 100,800 acres). Nowletmesay to Mr. Potts that in tho opinion of intelligent irrigators there is now irrigated by the Los Angeles river over 10,009 acres of land, and let the management be good or bad, we have run aboHt to the end of the ditch under the pres ent system and that our local municipal gov ernment is quite blameless In tbe premises, for tlie reason that in the inauguration of any new and comprehensive plan they are power less to act, because the Los Angeles river be longs to the Irrigators of this city as an eus ment on their lands, and the "City Fathers," forsooth, only hold it in trust for the aloresaid irrigators, and thai they are and of right shoid be, Jealous of an/attempt to extend the system beyond the city limits, for fear it may diminish their supply, which has cost them so dearly, and that generally they are opposed to the water going beyond the city on any terms whatever, lor fear that in course of time It may be claimed, as In the Feliz Ranch case, by right of prescription, when allowed as a matter of accommodation and suit ranee. This, Mr. Editor, is the great stumbling block to our prosptrlty and development. But if you will suffer me to publish another article in your pi per, tnat is growing in favor every day, I think I can point out a solution of this difficulty; If not, then let some one dis cuss me as I do neighbor Potts, and we may get somelhing tangible out of this vexatious question. • "Criticism is always in order." This is a food motto, to be found in the school-room ol 'rofessor Lawlor, and I hope It may follow all articles on irri nation. H. B. Los Angeles, March 27, 1875. Passengers Coming. The following is a list of passengers by the Senator for Los Angeles, due at Wilmington to-morrow: J Lock wood, wife aud daughter, F H Ken dall, C Dinner and wife, G Videau, H M Baily, W G Morse, wife and child, G W King, C Coon, J Burns and wife, Miss Buhl, M Meyer, M Smith, Thos. Curry, J N McCoy, F M Wells, A Grannar, Rev R Boag, W Young, wf and child, H Boucher, S Matthews, J G Baker, C W Styche and wife, A D Lawrence, Madame Goddard, V M Stoddard, W X Potter, R Wilcox, P E Marshall, Miss A Rose, W Lockwood and child, J C Norris, H M Bailey, C Moore, Mrs Videau, Mrs L Smith, G Carter, wife and child, O B Castlin, J Norton, Mrs Evans, Mrs Buhl, B Dunn, R C Miller, D H Armstrong,W Cosser, J M Wheatney, A Bridge, W Cole, W G Collins, X Matthews, A Moore, G B Wheeler, H Styche and wife, 0 A Yolk, Mrs J R Fletcher, C Williams, A H Ailing, Mrs Brown and daughters, J Clute, A J Griffin, Mr Boycman and wife. Theatre. The Vivian Troupe gave their fare well entertainment to a crowded house at Merced Theatre last night. The bill comprised a short play enti tled "The Conjugal Lesson," and an olio by Vivian and Miss Reiffarth. The audience were highly delighted, as they always are with the perform ance of this talented company. Where ever they may go hereafter, we wish them the best of good fortune. Chas. Vivian and Miss Jennie Reiffarth, as the bright stars of the company, will always beheld in kindly remembrance by the people of Los Angeles. Ne Free Sugar Until the Next Congress Meets. A telegram was received in this city yesterday from the Assistant Secre tary of State in Washington, in which he says that action on the Hawaiin Reciprocity Treaty by the next Con gress is necessary before it becomes a law. If this be the case, no free sugar will be admitted from the Islands "for some months yet.— S. F. Chronicle, March 27th. Anaheim Items. [From the Gazette] The subscriptions to stock in tbe new hotel enterprise amount to $26,700. Among other metropolitan features recently assumed, Anaheim has a dancing-master. The crowd which made such a fu rious raid through our streets on Wed nesday evening, were not, as they loudly proclaimed, Chavez' gang, but were a pack of Indian sheep-shearers, full of tangle-foot, benzine aud mean ness. The library of the Anaheim schools will in a few days receive an accession of ninety books. The money realized from the exhibition, given some time ago, will be used in making tbe pur chase, as the amount was found insuf ficient to purchase gymnastic appara tus. The work on the ditch is now fairly inaugurated. The Celestial ditch diggers are under the supervision of Mr. R. D. Curtis, who, we are inform ed, has hud a large experience in this business. Operations have been com menced at the upper end of the ditcb and the workmen are scattered over about three miles of ground, pushing forward with all possible rapidity. Another shipment of Chinese arrived yesterday, and soon the waters of the Santa Ana will be bringing untold wealth to hundreds in the valley. The past week has been a lucky one for the seekers after subterranean streams. Mr. McGregor, whose farm lies about one-half mile West from Metcalf's, has been fortunate in find ing a splendid stream—fully three inch. He will at once build a reser voir, and thus be able to irrigate his entire farm. The Artesia Company have also struck a booming well on the Artesia colony. The flow is nearly live inches. The success in finding artesian water all around us should encourage our citizens to sink a well somewhere in the centre of town. COURT REPORTS. District Court—McNkai.y, J. Tuesday, March 30. Gibson vs. Largo.—Final report of referee In partition filed. Amaz vs. Higuera.—Partially tried and con tinued until Thursday next at 2 p. M. Rosecrantz vs. Douglass.—Ten days further time for settlement of statement and stay of proceedings. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PICO HOUSE—Chas. Knowlton, Proprietor. N O Arrington.Bear V H Romaine, Denver 8 Peck, San Jose Miss Armstrong L Park, San Fran A W Dixon, Marysvllle C T A Talbot, do M Mills WH Talbot, do LAFAYETTE—FIuhr A Uerson, Proprietors. F T Foster, San Fran J Riley, Sonora 0 Willard, do H Morgan, Carson C D Hoyt, do N Mage, Napa RGanzer, do T Clark, do ONHussen, do F Lunklcj A w, lowa J Lindsey. do L Prosier, Oakland O R Irvings, do T E Bryhaud, Nev E Drew, do WMclntost, do J Vogeley, do A Haluins, La Brea M Weehley, do H S Po"l, Colusa F J Aldersou, do L Patrick, Humboldt R Heimann,Anaheim H Charles, S Juan Cap LWolf, do F McElroy. UNITED STATES—HummeI A Donker, Prps. TT Tamos, Puenta John BHam,Shoo Fly J H Davis, do J N Foster, do H Wasmund, do DT Elliot, Texas S Bohren, Saul a Ana J BSunborn, Mass A Boss, do FH El well, do C Brown, do (J Ashley, do T Roll, do C Hoffman, Preseott D Burton. NY JHCheiun, do A Loop, Detroit M Sliorer, San Jose J McDonald,do H Cameron, Chicago J Peterson, S F W T Hall, Calaveras H Haskin, Compton C A Fuller, Anaheim E Hoiden, do Mrs Crum, do Mrs SmithAc, S Diega A Birch, Santa Ana An Old Auctioneer in a New Place. ALFRED MOORE, (From st. I'iuil, Minnesota) HAS OPENED AT NO. 1 COURT ST., West of Court-house, an Auction Stand. Send along your horses, mules, cows and cat tle, furniture, carriages, and other merchan dise, for Saturday's sale at 10 A. H. Real Estate Sales Solicited. mrtO it" VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER 66 Mala St., Los* Augeles, Cal. Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort ment of Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds, Trimmings, etc., etc., In this City, direct from the Fast. Dealers in tho country will find it to their interest to give him a call, as he will sell goods Cheaper than they can get them in San Francisco. FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS. Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East. All orders by telegraph promptly attended to. The finest Hearse in Southern California. mrl7tf si YEARS OLD! PIONEER HARNESS and SADDLE S» MANUFACTORY. ™ S. O. FOY, Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Re tail dealer in Saddlery and Harness of all kinds. sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes. Blankets and Whips-in fact, everything per taining to a fl st-class Saddlery House. THE VERY BEST GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES. The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at wholesale and retail. HameMH Oils, Soaps & Blackinc. Repairing Promptly Done. No. IV IjOH A ngelen Xt reeet. LOS ANGELES, CAL. tar Prices as low as any house on tbe coast. febl3lf ~lpifjC TV O S From various Standard Makers FOR SALE ON INSTALMENTS OF FROM Thirty to Fifty Dollars per Month. Pianos, Organs and other musical Instru ments repaired. J. D. PATRICK, Piano Agent, mrttf No. SO Spring St., Los Angel® • NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FAIRVIEW PROPERTY! Valuable City Lots! 0 FINEST HOMESTEADS Ever offered at such Easy Terms: Half Cash; Half in 6 Months, Without Interest. —o EIGHTY-ONE BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 60x100 FEET, Between the Woolen Mill and Williams' Tract, will he sold on the 14th and 15th of April, AT AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE. THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED IN THE Western part of the city, ten minutes' walk from tin- end of the Spring and Sixth Street Rullroad, and afford a tine view of the whole valley and ocean. Rich Holl, near which a beautiful Park Is already laid out. WATER, In pipes, can be put on Ut* tract, nnd a street railroad Is s on to be built towards the tract by way of Temple street, for which a charier is about to be applied, and will be 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 Tobernian'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, JT. STRELITZ, 73 Downey Block. Mitt HOMES FOR ALL!! Real Estate Associates Oi" Los Ang-eles, HAVE 100 LOTS, 60 Feet Front, 117 and 127 Feet Deep, 16 Feet Alley in rear of Lots. Located on line of Orange, Seventh and Eighth Street*, Ten minutes' walk from lIORME CARS Spring and Sixth St. Railroad. SIOO EACH. 910 Flrat Instalment, and S5 per month without Interval. Members of the Association will have the right to select aud purchase lots until March Ist, 1876. After March Ist, any person can purchase the lots. $ioo Each. $5 a Month, Maps can be seen, and further information obtained, at the temporary office of the Secre tary, In V. S. Land Office, Temple Block. By order of the Trustees. JOHN R. BRIERLY, Secretary. The Secretary's office will be located In part ofthe front of the room of the new Postoffice, opposite the Court House, about March Ist, 1875. leb2ltf 8. L. DEWEY, Wag-on Depot, 173 MAIN STREET, Brick Building;, near Second St. 0 -J£EEPS ALL KINDS OF Wagons, Buggies, Open, top, singe and double horse, Phaetons, with or without top. Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold Fine Whips, Ni«ht and Dress Blankets, Linen Sheets', Linen Lap Robes, English Plush Do. AGENT for the KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Francisco. Makers of every variety and style of road vehicles of the latest patterns and the best material aud finish. Also,extra fine double and single harness made to order. A sample of their light buggy harness may be seen In store. Also EAGLE HAY PBEBB, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Leveler & Scraper Does the work of twenty men. Come and see. mr23 tf H. KEITH. J. DONAHUE. KEITH & DONAHUE'S DEXTER TRAINING STABLES, Main street, two doors below Firs!. THE BEST OF CaRE AND BOARD WILL be given to all patrons. Mr. Donahue will train and ma ft young horses and colts at liberal rates. He has made this business a specialty for many years. Owners of colts and young horses will do well to give him a call. Good, reliable saddle and buggy horses let on the most reasonable terms. For further particulars. Inquire at the stables. mrt t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. SANTA GERTRUDES LANDS. 5,0P0 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT, ■ These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875, IN 5, 10, SO and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are oyer 2,000 acres, produce two crops per an num, viz: Barley, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This Is olse the finest possible land for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which oan 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 nourish mosl luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Oruuge orchards In full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has Just completed a WATER DITCH Over the choicest portion of theli table lands and purchasers will have the right to water without charge. Such an opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fru>t culture, will not occur again. Rail Road Improvements. The rew railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the soothe-n portion of our tract. We will offer lands within from one to three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now under cultiva tion, and there are none better In the world. THE CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid and ir resistably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract is about ten miles from Los Ange les, the same distance from Anaheim, two miles from Downey City, and from one to four miles from Norwalk Station. " The Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & BLAND. E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer. mrlO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE WOOLEN MILL TRACT I JJAS CHANGED HANDS, AND THK BEST LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, ON THE GROUND, APRIL 2d and 3d. This tract conatoU of 205 Building Lots, 60x165 Feet, Recently surveyed and corners staked. No finer building sites can be found In the oity. Location of most of the tract delightful. HIGH, AIRY, FREE FROM DUST And easy of access. VERY FEW LOTS NEED GRADING. WATER In pipes is to be put on the tract soon, and a Street Railroad To be built from the end or tbe 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. Tiie 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: One third down, one-third In six month*, one-third In twelve months, with interest at one per cent, per month. JONES & BLAND. Auctioneers.