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TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per Square of tea lines, Oral
insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square
for each subsequent insertion.
WANTS LOST FOUND.
WANTED. -Two competent young men
from the East earnestly desire some
thing to do. Unexceptionable references.
Address, JAMES A. MoDONALD,
ap» lw» City.
WILL SISTER MARY, who came
down on the Orizaba on its last trip,
please send address to box 282, Postofflce.
ap9 2t«
WANTED.— A Talloress.to work on pants.
Apply to J. Lamp's tailor shop, corner
Spring and Court streets, Los Angeles. apB 8t
LOST.— A lad between 11 and 12 years ol
age, named Prank Miller, left his home
in this city last Tuesday morning and has not
been beard from since. He wore blue pants,
white skirt, gray Jacket and dark felt hat—a
good-looking boy, bright and prepossessing in
appearance. Any information of the lad left
at the boot and shoe store of A. S. McDonald
will place an anxious father and mother un
der lasting obligations. aprB-lw s
FRANK LUCK.-IK THE PERSON
named above would send his address to
Postofflce box 248, Sacramento, Cal., he could
learn something to his advantage. jnrjj lm
WANTED. -A Situation by a Lady to do
sewing at home or In a family by tbe
day or piece to suit customers. Children's
clothing a specialty. Inquire on Olive street,
between 7th and Bth. MRS. HORTON.
mrlO-lm*
D OOMS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms
Is 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 this Office.
novlOtf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR SALE.—Liquor Store for sale, with
horse andwagon; also furniture and fix
tures. Apply to L. SIMON,
ap7 8w» No. 1 Allso street.
FOR SALE. — A lot of Thoroughbred
rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. SB, cor
ner Allso and Alameda streets. ap6
FOR §ALE.
THE CROP OP BARLEY ON 81 ACRES
immediately West of City Cemetery.
Also crop of wheat and rye on 85 acres front
ing on Figueroa street and West of City Cem
etery. Tbe grain is in ralr condition for mak
ing good bay. Apply to
P. BEAUDRY.
FOR SALE. — Thoroughbred Durhum
Bull and cow; the first 8 and the latter 7
years old; the cow with call. Enquire oi WM.
J. HILL. Anaheim. apt lm*
FURNITURE. Stoves, Carpets, Matting,
etc., etc., bought at furniture store, No.
IS Allso street. D. A. STERN.
apl tf
FOR SALE.—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 of the mountain. For
particulars Inquire of T. s. HALL, room lv,
Temple Block, Lag Angeles. mrBl 2w
MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the Arm
or J. M. BALDWIN,
mr)gtf TS jj Downey Block.
FOR 6 A L.E.—3,000 of the finest six-year
old Orange and Lemon trees in the city.
Will sell tne choice at retail for $8 a piece.
JONES A BLAND.
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LAND FOR SALE.
T HAVE «»0 ACRES~OP EXCELLENT
JL land for tale near Old Los Nietos. About
suo acres will produce corn without Irrigation.
The remainder is good fruit and small grain
land. Living water on the piemises. Par
tially Improved. J. 8. THOMPSON,
SI and SS Temple Block.
Deo. 17.1874. del 7 tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
POST EMPORIUM.
Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the
Postofflce building, where she will sell every
thing la the Stationery line
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
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CEO. 8. WALKER,
House Moving and Well Digging.
OFFICE WITH COMPTON A BINFORD,
corner Court and Spring streets. P. 0.
box art ap4 tf
East Los Angeles & Main Street
OMNIBUS LINE.
DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor
TIME TABLE,
EAST LOS ANGELES WEBT L'S ANGELES
Downey Park. Intersecting Main and
Spring streets.
Leaves. Arrive*. Leaves. Arrives.
$ :80 A. m. 7:30 A. St. 7:00 a. m. 7:00 a. X.
■too " 0:00 " 8:80 " 8:10 "
0:10 " 10:20 *' 9:50 " 9:40 M
10:80 " 12;00 x. 11:30 " 11:00 "
1:00 v. U. 2:20 P. m. 1:60 p. m. 1:80 P. M.
2:40 * 4:00 " 3:80 •" 8:10 "
AM " 6;40 " s:'o " 4:80 "
0:00 " 6:80 " b:80 "
Sixteen Tickets for SI.
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ARTESIA—Free ticket* every day.
Bale commences Tuesday, April 6th.
LEWIS LEWIN,
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK A CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Spring street, adjoining tbe Postofflce,
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, Aooordeons, Banjos,
Concertinas. Flutes,
And many otner useful articles suitable for
Press* ta.
FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared to meet the wants
of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share
' ivtVS***' LEWIS LEWIN.
ARTESIA—Free tickets every day.
Sale commences Tuesday, April 6th.
HAVING PURCHASED FROM DR. F. P.
Howard the Drug Store known as
APOTHECARIES' HALL,
Formerly owned by me, I shall within a few
days offer to the public the most carefully se
lected and best stock of y QQ''
Drugr,
Medicines,
" 4* Perfumery, Ktc
Ever brought to tWe-market, By very close
attention to business snd fair dealing, I hope
to receive again * share of the public patron
age. THEO. WOLLWEUER.
mr.TO lw
EIGHTY ACRES
First-Class Agricultural & Fruit Land,
Situated %% miles West from Los Angeles city
limits,
FOR SALE
>} - ;i r '■■
Forty Dollars Per Acre.
Apply Immediately, to
JOHN R. BRIERLY,
• apl lw Front of Postofflce.
AAYXESIA - Free tsoAeca every <tajT.
Bate sa—sss»c»s Turn say, April 6th.
geraM.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1875.
LOS ANGELES TEMPERATURE.
Following Is the temperature for the week
ending April Bth, 1875:
THKHXOMETER BAR.
DATs. date, max. mm, mean. 9am
Friday, A pril 2d 86 38 62 29:96
Saturday, 3d 80 39 f)9>5...2H:82
Sunday, " 4th 70 40 68 29:65
Monday, •' 6th 69 87 68 29:61
Tuesday, " 6th 65 30 47'4...29:«5
Wednesday, " 7th 68 87 52*...29:86
Thursday, " Bth 78 32 52>£... 29:92
THOMAS BOLD.
The Lodge, Green Meadows, Los Angeles,
GOLD REPORT
San FKANonoo, April 8.
Qnld.lnM
Greenbacks—Buying,B7; selling.Bß.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The saloon-keepers' case will be de
cided by Mayor Beaudry to-day.
Only one solitary drunk in tbe May
or's Court yesterday.
The Cot)Btantine arrived at Wil
mington yesterday.
Fourteen saloons have been closed
under the provisions of the $2,000
bond ordinance.
Mr. I: W. Hellman left by the Ori
zaba yesterday for a nine mouths' vis
it to his Fatherland.
You could n't go anywhere yesterday
but you found somebody speiting
something.
Mr. Cbas. Knowlton, late proprietor
of the Pico House, left for Ban Fran
cisco yesterday.
Mr. M. C. Baker has a number of
the new lock-stitch band sewing ma
chines, which he will sell st a sacrifice
—$26 apiece.
Worse and worse! Beside the spell
ing mania in Ban Diego, they have
got puns. Can it be that we are com
ing to this?
We learn that Mr. Weeks, formerly
chisf clerk of the Pico House, will
take charge of the hotel at White
Sulphur Springs, Napa county, during
the Summer.
Tbe wsrk of demolishing some old
adobe buildings on Los Angeles street,
between Commercial and Requena,
was commenced yesterday, prepara
tory to tbe construction of a fine brick
block by Mr. Requena.
Our enterprising merchant, Mendel
Meyer, has returned from Ban Fran
cisco, loaded down with the best sto ,-k
of goods he ever purchased. It is
wonderful, tbe amount of goods he
sells.
At a meeting of the Los Angeles
Guards, held Wednesday evening, the
following officers were elected: Cap
tain, D. W. Fltzpatrick; First Lieu
tenant, James Bartley; Orderly Bar
gent, Wm. D. Barnum; First-Duty
Sargent, Thomas Boland; Second-
Duty Sargent, Matthew Btamer; Third
Duty Sargent, John Sullivan. Three
Corporals are yet to be supplied by
appointment. Tbe election was spe
cial, to till vacancies caused by the re
moval of the late Captain, L. J. Ba
criste, and tbe resignation of other
officers.
At Page A Gravel's carriage manu
factory yesterday we saw au elegant
single buggy, nearly completed, for
ex-Governor Pio Ploo. The running
gear is silver-bronzed and delicately
striped, making an extremely novel
but tasteful finish. The body and top
are of tbe finest material that can be
procured and finished in a style to cor
respond with tbe other work. The
buggy, when completed, will cost
about $800. and we safely venture tbe
assert ion that no finer of its klud can
be found in tbe State.
Several parties have accused us of
mis-spelling some of the catch-words
in our report of the spelling-match of
Wednesday evening. By way of ex
planation we will state that we were
guided by Worcester—the standard
taken in our office—and by that au
thority all of the words were printed
correctly. In this there was only one
deviatlou from any other authorized
orthography. Worcester gives da
guerrotype and Webster daguerreo
type. The rest of the words, as sanc
tioned by both authorities, are sibyl,
herbaceous, ichthyology, troubadour,
coautchouc and tic-douloureux.
The Oriental Restaurant will be
opened in Signoret's new building,
opposite the Pico House, to-morrow,
by Messrs. Fiote & Cason. Both of
these gentlemen are caterers of long
experience and we expect from them
something above tbe average of so
called first-class restaurants. Tbe
dining rooms comprise a large ball for
general accommodation and four pri
vate apartments for families and par
ties. All are fitted up in elegant Stylo
snd furnish, together, probably tbe
most retired and commodious estab
lishment of the kind in the city.
Mr. Kirkpatrick, who lives on the
corner of Fort and Fifth streets, had
two valuable sheep killed last Monday
night by a vicious dog. The sheep
were valued at $225 together, aud this
amount of property sacrificed by a
brute not worth two cents, is a severe
tax on good nature. There is an or
dinance, we believe, among the dead
letters of this city, which provides for
the licensing and muzzling of dogs;
snd now that the Bummer is coming
on, the present is a most propitious
time for its enforcement. Let us have
a squad of policemen out administer
ing hot applications of powder and
lead to these renegade curs and tbe
city will be better off.
"By the way," says a correspond
ent of the San Diego Union, " have
you noticed what a hubbub this spell
ing mania has caused? A sad case of
domestic infelicity was developed in
tbe police court yesterday. An irate
husband was brought up for assaulting
bis wife. He plead guilty, but asked
liberty to state in mitigation that be
and the partner of bis joys had been
having a little spelling-match. 'She
made several small blunders,' said he,
' but when she insisted on spelling
cow with aQI couldn't stand it any
longer. Be as light as yeu can, your
honor, and I'll promise not to do so
anymore.' And then the Court sent
him over to Hunsaker's hotel for
ninety days."
COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Thursday Evening, April Bth.
The Council met at 8 P. M. with
Mayor Beaudry in the Chair.
The minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
The Mayor presented a report, stat
ing the amount of fines collected dur
ing the week $66 and for sale of ceme
tery lot, $25. Placed on file.
On motion, the City Clerk was in
structed to subscribe to and file both
of the city official papers.
It was also ordered that the room
formerly occupied by the Mayor be
fitted|up with shelves and pigeon-holes
for the riling of city papers.
Messrs. Huber, Workman and Lea
hy were appointed a committee to
attend to tbe matter.
Tbe Committee on Zanjas reported
favorably on the petition of Apoblasa
for building flume on Alameda street,
and against the petition of McClain for
damages for destruction of lime.
The Committee further recommend
ed that the flume in zanja No. 4, on
Wilmington street, be removed; also,
that tbe sum of $200 be paid to Mr.
Moran, for portion of flnme construct
ed by him. Report, with recommen
dations adopted.
The Committee on Zanjas further
reported recommending that Don Fe
lipe Lugo be granted tbe privilege of
irrigating from the new flume in zanja
No. 7. Report adopted.
The Committee on Finance reported
in favor of giving the contract for
printing and binding the codified or
nances to the Her\ld Publishing Co.
Report adopted, and the City Attor
ney instructed to draft a contract ac
cordingly.
A bill of E. F. Teodoli for $24 15 was
presented and ordered paid.
The City Marshal reported the col
lection of $1,683 50 on account of li
cense tax during the month of March.
Placed on file.
A statement of warrants issued dur
ing the past month was presented,
showing an expenditure of $8,628 77.
A communication from Mr. Des
noyers was presented asking if it was
the wish of the Council to have the
lately passed city ordinances included
in the book of codified ordinances and
resolutions. Communication placed
on file.
Messrs. Workman, Lichtenberger
and Sotello were appointed a commit
tee to contract witn Mr. Desnoyers for
codifying ordinances as specified.
Assessments for improvement of
Spring street between Third and Fifth
were submitted by the City Surveyor.
The City Attorney was instructed to
draft resolutions embodying the as
sessments given and providing for the
Improvement of the street in question.
The question of establishing the lines
of Spring street was referred to the
Board of Public Works.
Assessments for the improvement of
Main street from the Plaza to Fourth
street were also submitted and laid on
tbe table for one week.
Assessments for improvement of
Fort street from Second to Third were
also submitted aud referred to tne City
Surveyor.
On motion, the City Surveyor was
instructed to furnish levels for the
corner of Olive and Charity streets
aud Olive and Bunker Hill avenue.
The notice of intention for construc
tion of Main street sewer was submit
ted and ordered published,
A similar notice of intention to im
prove Main street from the Plaza to
Fifth street, was also ordered pub
lished.
A resolution providing for the im
provement of Fort street, from Temple
to Sand, was adopted.
A contract between the Mayor and
Common Council aud H. J. Stevenson
for drawing skeleton maps of tbe oity,
was submitted and approved, aud the
Mayor instructed to sign tbe same, on
filing of bonds in the sum of $2,000.
The Committee on Land, in con
junction with the City Surveyor, were
appointed a committee to supervise
the drafting of the maps.
A contract between tbe city and
Ancbal Reyes, providing for the dis
posal of sewage matter from the main
sewer was submitted and approved.
A communication from W. H. Nord
holt was presented staling damages
sustained by him in tbe construction
of the main sewer across his premises.
Laid on tbe table.
A petition from H. N. Brunig was
presented askiugthat the Western line
of Twelfth street be defined. City
Surveyor instructed to comply with
request.
The same action was taken in regard
to Kobler street.
It was ordered that Mr. Eberle be
instructed to remove obstructions on
Koebler street.
A petition from the Fire Company
was presented asking for the purchase
of three firemen's trumpets. Referred
to the Committee ou Fire and Water.
A petition from the newspaper re
porters in the Council was pre
sented asking that a gate be
constructed iv tbe railing in Council
room for their convenience. Granted.
On motion, it was ordered that the
drainage from the soap factory and
tannery be cutoff from zanja No. 3.
Mr. Moran reported a nuisance by
drainage of filth into zanja No. 5. Or
dered that it be abated.
A communication from John A.
Cliue was presented asking for pro
vision against fast driving across the
Los Angeles river bridge.
On motion, Mr. Cline was appointed
special policeman at a salary, of $15
per month to arrest all parties guilty
of fast driving over the bridge.
Privilege was granted to Mr. Ralph
Leon to grade Fort street in front ef
bis property.
The following bills were then pre
sented: Thos. Manning, $7 75, referred
to tbe Finance Committee; Frank
Davis, $33, ordered paid under suspen
sion of rules.
A vote of thanks was extended to
Mr. £. £. Hewitt, .Superintendent of
the Southern Pacific Railroad for
bringing the Babcock truck to the city
from Wilmington free of expense.
Adjourned.
The colored population will cele
brate the ratification of the Fifteenth
Amendment at Grange Hail next
Tuesday evening. Under the provis
ions of the civil rights bill, white
people can claim admission.
The University
Prof. John Le Coute has been elect
ed President pro tern, to fill tbe place
ot Dr. Oilman, resigned. As Profes
sor L. is a gentleman of superior
scholarship and life-long experience
in connection with Ii erary institu
tions of high grade, the Regents couiu
hardly hod a better mau for perma
nent President.
ARTESIA.
Sixth Day- Another Successful Day's
Work-Nearly gaa.ooo for Land-
Euoagb Land Left for oae i»«y
More The Managers will Endeavor
to ( lose oat the Last Piece To-day—
Oraud Total of Males to Date about
•140,000.
The unprecedented success which
has attended the Artesia sales from
the very first day to the present was
fairly illustrated on the grounds yes
terday. The excursion was the largest
yet had, and was composed of a larger
number of bidders than usual. The
bidding was lively during the greater
portion of the day, and the results
were satisfactory to all concerned. At
the close of tbe day's work the mana
gers found that they had about five
hundred acres of land left, and upon
the earnest solicitation of many who
still desired to make purchases, they
concluded to extend the sales one day
more, and hence the usual excursion
train will leave this morning at 9:30
a.m. There are more tickets now out
than there have been for either of tbe
former excursions, and to-day bids fair
to be tbe big day of tbe sales. While
this is true, it must be remembered
that a large number of persons are
now supplied with all the land they
want, and hence tbe competition is
not likely to be so lively. Tbe asso
ciation bought the land, bowever, to
sell, and hence will let it go to-day,
even though the margin for expenses
and profit is very small. For this rea
son these will be a better chance to
get bargains than during the former
days when tbe competition was more
lively. This is announced as posi
tively the hist free excursion to Arte
sia. Should any lands remain unsold
after to day (which is improbable)
they will be disposed of at private
sale. Following are the figures of
yesterday's sale:
. . > . _ _ .
Names. flf Tf i 1 I
I 7! i a 3 r
W. M. Williams. 1 5 48 $49 3 DSo Ou
30 1« 48 37 00 1,176 00
" 1 12 40 49 00 1,980 00
" 38 12 40 89 60 1,580 00
_" 1 :-6 55 66 00 B.i>Bo 00
P. C. Tonner. 85 15 40 33 00 1,820 00
P. O. Hanna. 2 11 43 32 00 1,378 00
W. P. Davis 210 32.17 .38 00 1,961 61
E. W. Noyes 36 16 80 89 00 1,170 00
J. W. Hooper. 4 lo 00 00 600 141
" 5 10 63 50 63) 00
" 12 10 68 50 685 00
i. " , 12 HI 60 80 500 00
D M.Henderson.. 13 10 56 00 560 00
Z, '* 15 10 51 00 50 00
Wm Loughrey... 14 10 61 00 610 00
L. M. Qulmby.... 14 10 60 00 50 >Oh
T. W. Urubam... 31 16 15 60 00 700 00
TOWN LOTS,
„ _ „ „ Lot. Blk. Price.
Mrs. Ij. M. Jones 7 13 75 00
Mrs. A. A. Eraser 10 14 68 00
A. P. Mills 6 5 6V 00
P. C. Tonner. 6 8 58 00
M. H. La Fetra 0 7 65 00
JJ. Taylor 6 10 HI 00
Wm. Parker .*. 2 9 100 10
E. C. bratl 2 8 65 09
A. N. Hamilton 14 1 70 00
Wm. Allison 14 2 50 no
Total sales , 821 238 61
Total sales for tbree days about $70,000 00
The fifty five acre tract was sold by '
the association for £. W. Noyes, the
auctioneer of the day. Mr. Noyes
bought the land at the last sale, sunk
an artesian well in connection with
Dr. J. H. Russell, and now sells the
traot, with a half interest in tbe well,
at a very handsome advance.
Th* Chino Ranch.
Tbe solid foundation of real estate in
Los Angeles county is well demon
strated by the late purchase of a half
interest in the above-named ranch by
Mr. I. W. Hellman. Mr. Hellman is
one of the shrewdest and most far-see
ing bankers of Southern California,
and on the eve of his departure for
Europe he saw no better investment
for $150,000 of his surplus capital than
to put it In solid ground, where bulla
and bears could not break through aud
Btenl. The entire ranch contains some
35,000 acres, beautifully situated in the
Spadra valley, six miles East of Spadra
and within three-quarters of a mile of
the railroad. Ten thousand acres of
Mr. Hellman's purchase is moist land
and capable of producing anything
that grows in semi-tropical California.
The whole tract is well watered by
streams from tne adjacent mountains
and foot-hills, and beside has number
less springs flowing the year round.
Heretofore it has been devoted to pas
turage, but it is capable of much bet
ter things, and we expect some day to
see it divided into small farms and
under the best state of cultivation. In
any event Mr. Hellman's purchase
must be regarded as a shrewd invest
ment, and we doubt not that it is well
worth half a milliou doilars.
Personal.
J. B. Tombes, D. D., formerly Presi
dent of Carleton College, Ohio, called
upon us yesterday. The Doctor re
signed his position in that institution
on the 24th of March last, and came
directly to this county, and is now a
resident of tbe vicinity of Anaheim,
having bought laud in advance of bis
coming. He is a minister of the Bap
tist Church and proposes to preach in
this city on Sunday, the 18th instant.
He brings letters of the highest rec
ommendation with him and looks as
though he had been well cared for iv
mind and body. We give him a
hearty welcome among us, and con-
? rutulate the members of tbe Baptist
Church in this county upon the acqui
sition of so able a man.
To Parents.
Have you read the monthly reports
of the scholarship and deportment of
your children ? Have you compared
their standing with tbe standing in
the previous months of this session?
The preparation of these reports gives
the teachers much labor. This is lost
if your children see that you are in
different in reference to their pro
gress.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
PICO HOUSE.
J C Pltrher.S Diego A J Howard, Martlnex
M Q Chester, 8 Pedro Mrs Henderson, 3 F
W Kav, do Mrs Davis do
H Crunnler A wf, 111 P G Smith, Mich Bluff
W 0 Painter, do R A Saints, N V
H F Cromwell, N M
l/AFA YETTE—FIuhr A Gerson, Proprietors.
C M Wright, Spadra M ummerfleld, Br VI
i BTnmbes. Anahm 8 Ramirez, Downey
W M MeFadden, do Mrs Younger, B C
W McUerrmon, S F O Z Morey, S Oabrlel
H Marks, do BL.oncn.lll
F T Stokes, de J Bramff, lowa
J Olxoa, do D Bramff, do
T Hathorn, do AH Deßrten, Marysvl
li W Nelson, do A L Greenstsll, Colfax
UNITED STATES— Hammel A Denker, Prps.
H Mendelsen, Anhrd DJBtldge.lll
j E Kouk, Fresno J Worm-, 8 Hrndo
E Yorke, do T H Rloton, do
X Tip-nden, S Brbra E C Parich
s Devlm-y, do W Justice
P H Newb'll, Aubm G W Williamsn, CJn P
H S Austin, do I E Pratt, s Brndno
ii G - inith, Mich DU Howell, do
Dr Sprague, S Frndo D C I'earson, 8 Diego
T Dunn, do C Mosseman, Anahm
GHeberle.BHelena 3 Lyons, do
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE ORIENTAL RESTAURANT.
C. Flote & C. Cason,
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIB ES
• labllshmeut take pleasure In announc
ing- to the public of Los Angeles that on
Saturday, April lOthx,
This Restaurant will be opened In Signoret'*
building, Main street, opposite the Pico
House. ap7 it
ARTESIA—Free tickets every day.
Sale Commences Tuesday, April 6th.
VICTOR PONET,
PIONEER UNDERTAKER
cc Mala St., Los Augeles, Cal.
Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort
ment of
Metallc and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In this City, direct from the I'nst, Dealers In
the country will And it to thelrloterest 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 at?j»nd»d
to. The finest
Hearse in Southern California.
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ARTESIA — Free tickets every day.
Sale commence* Tuesday, April Sin.
8. L. DEWEY,
Wagon Depot.
173 MAIN STREET i
Brick Building, near (Second St.
T£EEPS ALL KINDS OP
Wagons,
Buggies, Open, top, singe nnd double horse,
Phattons, with or without top.
Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold
Fine Whips,
Nl«ht and Dress Blankets,
Linen Sheets,
Linsn Lao 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 aud single harness
made to order. A sample oi their light buggy
harness may be seen ln store. Also
EAGLE HAY PRESS,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEBT. .
TUBULAR IRON HARROWS.
The California Leveler & Scraper
Does tbe work of twenty men. Come snd see.
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FAIRVIEW PROPERTY!
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Valuable City Lots!
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FINEST HOMESTEADS
Ever offered at such Easy Terms:
Half Cash; Half In 6 Months,
Without Interest.
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EIGHTY-ONE BEAUTIFUL LOTS,
60x100 PUT,
Between the Woolen Mill and Williams'
Tract, will be sold on the
14th and 15th of April,
AT AUCTION,
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WITHOUT RESERVE.
THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED IN THE
Western part of tbe clly, ten minutes'
walk from the end of tbe Spring and Sixth
Street Railroad, and afford a fine view of the
whole valley and ocean. Rich Soil, near
which a beautiful Park Is already laid out.
In pipes, can be put on the tract, and a street
railroad Is soon to be built towards the tract
by way of Temple street, for which a charier
Is about to be applied, and will be the most
pleasant route in tbe city, free from dust.
The Woolen Mill Ditch
Runs near the property, and the finest resi
dences, as Major Toberman'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 Blook,
OR THE PROPRIETOR,
•J. STRELITZ
73 Downey Block.
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We will Purchase wool, or
make libersl a ivanceson consignments
to our correitpondentx in San Francisco. Bags
.urnisbed and lor sale.
J. L. WARD.
ap2 lm No. S Commercial street.
DRY POOPS.
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CITY of PARIS,
53 and 55
MAIN STREET,
Jjom Anfpelea, Cal,
: I dtit moit zs\\m lIbH s brcs 01
OPENING
OF
SPRING
AND
SUMMER
DRY GOODS
.aoiTOii ajAaow^
CLOTHING,
ON
Monday, March 29th,
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18 7 5.
We call the attention of our
patrons and the public in gene
ral to our large stock of
SPRING GOODS
which is the most complete and
cheapest ever brought to this
city.
EUGENE MEYER & CO.,
Proprietors.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A SPLENDID
OPPORTUNITY.
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SANTA GERTRUDES
LA_NI3S.
5,000 ACRES.
TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT.
These Rich Bottom and Mesa
Lands will be offered
to the Public
AT
AUCTION
ON
MONDAY, TUESDAY,
A.N I >
WEDNESDAY,
April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875,
IN
5, 10, SO and 40
ACRE TRACTS.
0 1 Kin ■•.
ill.- ri U Lull, lj.,tM*>, O 1. ~'ll t <- 6 it
over 2,000 acies, produce two cio,:s per an
num, vis! Barley, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels
to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels
per acre. This Is alio the finest possible land
for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta
bles.
The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large
portl. >n of which can be irrigated, is the finest
In the county. Table, Wine and Raisin
Qrapes of the best quality grow here to per
fection
Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal
nut Orchards flourish most luxuriantly and
yield surprising profits. Orsnge orchards in
full bearing yield their fortunate owners
11,000 per year per acre.
The Association has Just completed a
WATER DITCH
Over the choicest portion of theli table lnnds
snd purchasers will have the right to water
without charge. Such an opportunity to se
cure land admirably situated and watered
and perfectly adapied to semi-tropical trail
culture, will not occur again.
Rail Road Improvements.
The rew railroad is completed at Anaheim
and runs directly along the southe-n portion
of our tract. W>" will otter lands wl'hln from
one to three miles of Downey City as well
adapted for corn as any now under cnltiva
tlon. and there are none better iv the world.
THE CLIMATE
Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid an I r
resistably draws to open air occupation and
enjoyment.
Our tract is about ten miles from I/) 8 Alle
les the same distance irom Atinh im, two
miles irom Downey City, and from o c to
tour miles from No walk *i:Ion.
The Terms, which will b.-e isy, will be an
nounced.
JONES & BLAND.
E. w. noves,
Auctioneer.
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