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ONE DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first Insertion, and twenty-fivb cents per .Square for each subsequent Insertion. W ANTS-LOST-FOU N D. WANTED. -Two competent young men from the East earnestly desire some thing to do. Unexceptionable references. Address, JAMES A. MCDONALD, ap9 lw* City. WILL SISTER MARY, who cume down on the Orizaba on Its last trip, please send address to box 282, Postofflce. ap9 2t* WANTED.— A work on pair s. Apply to.I. Lam 's tailor shop, cornet Sprln? and Court streets, Los Angeles. apB 8< LOST.— A lad between 11 and 12 years ol tt're, named Frank Miller, left his home in this city last Tuesday morning ~nd has not been heard from since. He wore blue pants, white shirt, 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. 8. McDonald will place an anxious father and mother un der lasting obligations. iipi6-lw° FRANK LUCK.-IF THE PERSON named above would send his address to Postofflce box 248, Sacramento, Cal., he could learn something to Ills advantage. mrl2 lm WANTED.— A siruation by a Lady to do sewing ut 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. inrlO-lm* ROOMS. -FAMILY and Single Rooms with board at Col. Peel's on Spring SL • novlotf ANEW" WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 26 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at this Office. novl9lf FOR RtEtSTT FOR SALE.—Liquor stoic for sale, with horse andwagon: also furniture and fix tures. Apply to L.SIMON, ap7 2w* No. 7 Allso street. FOR SALE. — \ lot of Thoroughbred rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. 33, cor ner Allso and Alameda streets. apt FOR SALE. — Thoroughbred Durham Bull and cow; the first 8 and the latter 7 years old; the cow with calf. Enquire of WM. ■I. HIM.. Anaheim. ap4 lm" FURNITURE, stoves, Carpets, Matting, etc., etc., bought at furniture store, No. 13 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 mile. Northeast of El Monte, near the foot of the mountain. For particulars Inquire of T. S. HALL, room lv, Temple Block, I.os Angeles. mrSl 2w MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm of J. M. BALDWIN, mrlStf Tt 1-8 Downey Block. LAND FOR SALE. 1H AYE ••© ACRES OF EXCELLENT laud for sale near Old I.os Nietos. About 200 acres will produce corn without Irrigation. The remainder is good iruit and small grain land. Living water on the premises. Par tially Improved. J. S. THOMPSON, 51 and S3 Temple Block. Dec. 17. 1874. del 7 tf MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPORUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to tbe Postofflce building, where she will sell every thing in the Htatlonery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mr9lf CEO. 8. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OK PICE WITH COMPTON A BINFORD, corner Court und Spring streets. P. O. box 892. apt tf 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 stiee's. JL eaves. Arrives Leaves. Arrives. 0:30 A. M. 7:30 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:i0 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:10 " »:10 " 10:20 " 9:50 " 9:*o " 10:30 " 12;00 Jt. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 P. M. 2:20 P. M. 1:50 P. M. 1:30 P. H. 2:10 - 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:!0 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 6:'o " 4:50 " 8:00 " . 6:30 " 6:80 " Sixteen Tickets for $1. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK <t CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring street, adjoining the 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 Mus.cal Work Boxes, Musical De canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios, LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETB. Guitars, Violins, Accnrdeons, Banjos, Concertinas, Flutes, And many otner 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 lo meet the wants of the public, and I hope to merit a fair shure if patronage. Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. Thirty days have gone by since the " Im portant" commenced selling out. A great many persons have bought such as dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc., and everybody that did buy will tell you how well pleased they are and what bargairs they received. Our orders for Spring goods were sent to our buyer in New York in January and February aud part of them we are receiving now. They are without a doubt tbe prettiest and nicest goods ever brought to this cit , and we wish tbe public to please bear in mind that all new goods will be sold at the same reduced prices. Lo not fall to stop in, examine our stock, hear the prices, and you will say the best and cheapest place to buy goods Is at the "IMPORTANT," apS Under Lafayette Hotel. VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER Malu St., Los Augelea, 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 Kast. liealers In the 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. mrl7H £o0 made?? ifatnU, CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY.... APRIL 10. 1875. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, a pril 9. Gold, 115. Greenbacks-Buying,B7; selling,Bß LOCAL BREVITIES. The Mohongo Is due to-day. No more sales of Artesia. Preparations are making to drive the piles for the Santa Monica wharf. The Constantino sails for San Francisco to-day. Madame Goddard leaves for San Di ego to-day to give a series of concerls in that place. The case of Morris vs. De Celis occu pied the attention of Judge McNealy in the District Court yesterday. Mr. Frank Lecouvreur will officiate as Assistant Cashier at the Farmers' and Merchants' Rank in the t.bsence of Mr. I. W. Hellman. Thirteen hundred dollars was real ized from a natch of three acres of strawberries in San Bernardino county last year. The Odd Fellows of San Bernardino will celebrate the anniversary of their Order on the 26th inst., by a ball and supper. They give out easy words in their San Francisco spelling-matches. A stylish young lady there went down on replete the other day, giving it the excruciating rendition, "repleat." Let them try such words as onomatopoeia, which our "hinfant prodigy" walks away with. Our prince of the nurserymen, Mr. George B. Davis, having disposed of the. large supply of nursery stock which he recently brought to the city, will go to San Francisco by the Sena tor, which sails on Tuesday next, to purchase a new supply of fruit and ornamental trees. By reference to our educational col umn it will be seen that the number of scholars enrolled in our public schools during last month was 914— the largest ever registered in Los An geles. A good reason foi prohibiting new admissions to the departments of the Misses Russell, Scott, Hamilton, Lucky and Mrs. Parker will be seen by noting the number of pupils in those departments. We learn that Mr. L. Leliman has purchased the extensive carpet ware house of Aaron Smith, in Downey Block. The old established furniture house of Mr. Lehman on Spring street will be continued in the same location and the newly acquired business, re enforced by a full stock of furniture, will be conducted by Mr. Martin Leh man. We congratulate Mr. Lehman on the fortunate purchase and on the increase of business which warrants this enlargement. Now that Artesia has been disposed of, the next thing in order will be the sale of the Fairview tract, which will commence next Wednesday, the 14th inst. In this sale, some of the most desirable surburban property to be had will be offered and at such terms as will bring it within the means of the poorest laboring man. It will ba re membered that the lots are within ten minutes' walk of the Spring and Sixth street railroad and possesses water fa cilities, a fine site and pleasant retire ment. At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Main Street and Agricul tural Park Railroad Company last cv- ening, the Superintendent and Engi neer were ordered to commence grad ing the road bed on Monday morning next and push the road to Pico street as rapidly as possible. As the mater ial has been here for some weeks, nothing will interfere with the early running of the cars over the track. The road would have been in opera tion at the present time, but for a sin gular and well nigh incomprehensible neglect of the Council to furnish the street grade, as begged for by the com pany. We are assured upon the best authority that the road will not stop at Pico street, unless obstructions are thrown in the way by those In au thority, but will be speedily completed to the Fair Grounds. Card to the Ladies of Los Angeles. D. Miller begs leave to inform the ladies of Los Angeles that he will be at the Backman House for a short time with samples of dry goods, com prising black and colored silks, grena dines, fancy dress goods in all the new styles, white goods in endless variety, shawls in plaids, new stripes, broche, Scotland woel, etc., and in fact,every thing that is new and elegant in that line, from the well-known dry goods establishments of L. Mosgrove & Co., 114 and 116 Kearney street, San Fran cisco. An endless variety of ladies' silk scarf of the newest style on hand. School Expenditures. From the annual report of Hon. J. Eaton, V. S. Commissioner of Educa tion, we glean the following statements of school expenditures in ten of the principal cities of California for the year 1873: Name of City. PopTn. Revenve Per c'tz'n. Los Angeles 10,000 $22,9«4 S2 3i Hetaluma LOO 0 577 2 40 Nevada (Jit ZfM 8,580 2 45 Marysvllle 6,000 15,542 2 6H sania Clara _ 2,500 8,?04 8 42 San Jose 12,000 4tt,742 8 90 San Francisco 180.000 730,982 4i 0 Vallejo « 6,000 26,iiU 4 37 Oakland 16.387 96,343 6 H Stockton 11,600 97.453 8 4 There Is no report from Sacruinento. By this showing it appears that Los Angeles has expended less per capita for school purposes than any of her sister cities above named. Notwith standing this, it is a conceded fact that our public schools have ranked among the first in the State. This compels us to acknowledge the superior finan cial ability of our Board of Education, or to own that we have stinted the Board in the amounts necessary to be expended for the benefit of our chil dren. We believe the whole commu nity are ready to acknowledge thnt both conclusions are correct. The Trustees have already accomplished wonders with tbe meager means at their command and still much re mains to he done. In educational matters we must keep pace with the rapid growth of our city in population or our credit as a progressive people will lie lost. That this course will he approved by our citizens we have not tne shatlnw or a doubt. The election of next Tuesday will tell tlie story. DECISION OF THE SALOON-KEEPERS' CASE. Gentlemen of the Bar, Yon Must Close up at 12:35 at Night Hereafter. In the case against the saloon-keep ers, testing the validity of the ordi nance requiring them to close their establishments at 12:25 a. Kt., Mayor •Beaudry gave v decision yesterday, overruling the demurrer presented by the defendants. Tlie main point of the demurrer was that the City Council has no power to pass a resolution clos ing the saloons. The case was fully argued by Messrs. Brunson and Stan ford for the defense and A. W. Hutton for the people. •Authority upon au thority was presented pro and con. His honor, after taking some time for a careful consideration of these author ities aud giving the matter the serious attention it deserved, arrived at the conclusion that the Council did have the right to pass this resolution and consequently it must be enforced. Wo are convinced that the sentiment of the order-loving people of our commu nity will sustain him in this view of the case. Certainly the liquor that is drank after midnight would do more harm than good, and many a disgrace ful occurrence may be avoided by the rigid enforcement of this law. Our spread-eagle idea of liberty strongly objects to any measures that may seem to be arbitrary in their nature, and through this very sentiment great evil may be produced. The order of the whole city, however, will jus tify the enforcement of this resolu tion. The facts in the case show that this law is regulating in its effect and not prohibitory. With the tide of immigration now flowing in upon us, we must expect to receive some bad and some weak accessions to our numbers in addition to those we now have, and it is the duty of our munic ipal authorities to provide for (he pro tection of peaceable citizens against tlie follies of the one and the crimes of the other. We presume the case will be carried to the higher courts, there to he tested on its legal merits. ARTESIA. The lour in mid Last Sale—The Ruling l*uMHiou to the Last—A Good Dhj\ Work Sales Larger than any Pre ceding Day. The fourth and last sale of Artesia property took place yesterday, and in its result astonished everybody. The enthusiasm aroused in tlie first day's proceedings was increased with each subsequent day, and reached Its cli max only when the last acre was knocked down by the auctioneer's hammer. For one of its extent, we believe that a more successful auction sale of real estate has never taken place i.i the State. We give below a list of purchasers with prices paid for the land: J s r -3 g • Names. - i 2 ? 2. g ■ jr : -ji 2 r Jas LO'kWOod ... 20 12 40 $40 00 Jl.G'Ni 1 0 JW Potts 2.i 5 40 33 00 1.32m 00 " 35 2 40 ?5 00 1.400 00 ill 4 40 33 CO 1, (211 00 •• 19 1 42.12 33 (0 I,•••89 00 " 19 2 40.40 33 On 1,333 20 " 19 7 40.40 33 i0 1,338 20 " 19 8 i2.11) 33 0:> MB9 96 " 2 6 oO.tii 3"> 00 1.277 50 " 2 4 16 88 a 7 ) 00 583 16 " 2 5 11.50 88 00 4"2 5n J Lynn 2 8 40 40 5o 1.620 00 KGHunna 2 7 40 3:1 i0 l,:kn 00 J W Hoopor H5 7 40 45 00 1,800 00 35 8 40 36 nO 1,410 00 L Robinson 36 13 40 44 1 0 1,7U0 On AHl«bie 30 6 4" 4o 00 1,6 m 00 " 30 3 40 40 00 1,600 (HI J>is Littlefleld 35 9 20 37 00 740 10 Jas McContlry... 86 9 10 37 60 370 00 TOWN LOTS Blk. Lot. Price-. R Evans 6 12 5o 00 J E Leonard 6 13 58 00 J J Taylor 10 10 44 00 J M Bassett, 2 7 75 no Geo Urahani 9 720 00 Total 826,538 42 RECAPITULATION. I'Mrstday'R sale $25,432 50 Second day's sale 18,920 00 Tnird day's sal.v 21,233 id Fourth day's sale 26,538 42 Total 592,125 13 John Hopkins' University. Dr. Oilman is President of the new university bearing the above name, located in Baltimore. With an ertr dowment of three and a half millions of dollars, with a course of study commencing where that in most of the existing colleges and universities ends, and with a board of trustees free from political or sectarian alliances, it is intended to make this the leading school in the United States. Success to the enterprise. Donation. Senator Sargent has presented twen ty-eight volumes of valuable public documents to the High School Libra ry. There are three volumes of the Congressional Globe, seven of the Congressional Record, the Memorial Address of Charles Sumner, the Re port of the Commissioner of Educa tion, etc. These books are the first fruitsof the restoration of tho frank ing privilege. We return thanks to the Senator. Sheep in Texas. Reports from the sheep raisers of the Southwest are not encouraging. Tlie past winter which has been so nn exceptionally severe all over the coun try, produced a heavy crop of "north ers" for the Texas plains. In some districts the rains of lust season re duced the number of lumbs very seri ously, and in muny cases occasioned the lossof older sheep to an alarming extent. Letters from several parties cotrnizant of the facts, two of them being flock-masters, while referring to these discouraging circumsiancea, speak hopefully of the future neverthe less. With a favorable spring and jjoot) luck with the crop of lambs now coming, the past losses will be. in a great degree, repaired. We have faith iv Texas as a sheep and wool giowinc State, but it seems necessary to make better preparations in both shelter and winter feed than is customary at pres ent. These will come In good time. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. [Edited by the Teachers orthePuollcSchools of Los Angeles county.] CITY SCHOOLS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1875. DR. LUCKY AND MISS HAWKS—HIGH SCHOOL. Boys : 14 Qlrla _ 81 Toml 45 Ava raga daily a'tendance 48 Per cent, of attendance 1 98 MISS BENGOUGH'S CLASS. Coy* 24 Girls 2i Total 46 Average daily attendance 44 Percent, of attendance 88 MR. KIMBALL'S CLASS. Boys 28 Girls 31 Total. 54 Average daily attendance 47 Percent, of attendance 93 MISS PALMER'S CLASS. Boys 22 Girls 21l Total 42 Average daily attendance 41 Per Cent, of attendance 91 ROLL OF HONOR. William Grocer, Francis McClellan, Mary Foy, Laura McGlnnls, Bertha ilcllman, Annie McKenzle, • Leopold Fleishman, Thomas limning, Edward Gerson, Ada McGlnnls. MR. SAXF.'S CLASS. Boys 83 Girls IS Total 51 Average daily attendance 42 Percent, ol attendance 93 MISS BIXBY'S CLASS. I oys , >.. 20 Girls 25 lolul 45 Average dally attendance 39 Per cut. of attendance 94 PERFECT IN DEPORTMENT. li inn ih Cohen, Keginu Prager, Alee Weil, Ketta Colter, John Ulasscll, Jessie Green, Emily Kremer, Montgomery Brunlng. NEITHER ABSENT NOR TARDY. Hannah Cohen, Keginu I'rager, Alice Weil, Laura Thomas, Henry Caystlle, James Connor, Nat Furtnan. Harrison Goodnight, Charley Johnson, Raymond .lunge. MISS CASAD'S CLASS. Boys 20 Girls 24 Totjil 44 Average daily attends nee 39 Per cent, of attendance 93 PERFECT IN DEPORTMENT. Lizzie Thayer, Mary Aduins, Eltle Baxter, Mary shields, Susie Patton. Belle Chllds. NEITHER ABSENT NOR TARDY. Mary Adams, Eflle Baxter, Lulu Campbell, Lizzie Thayer, EmmaThurman, Florence Rolls, Jennie Levy, Annie Edwards, Clora Staltenberg, Nathan Fleishman, Walter James. MISS UI'SSKI.I.'S CLASS. Boys 35 Girls 88 lolal...". 08 Average daily attendance 04 Percent, of attendance 91 NEITHER ABSENT NOR TARDY. Julia Breer, Bell Borton, Julia Hernandez, Laura Meyer, Jennie Ledyard, Ella Newmarfc, Teddie Haines, Flora Davis, Adeline Brown. Emp a .•smith, Metta Potts, Lizzie Van Alt, Thomas Brooks, Theodore Seebold, John Hugnn, Judge Addis, Alexander shields, Isatlor Lavenlhal, Georgll Nichols, Marry White, Lewis Lyons. MISS SCOTT'S CLASS. Boys 33 Girls 30 Total «3 Average dally attendance 50 Percent, of attendance 95 MISS HAMILTON'S CLASS. Boys _ 40 Girls 20 lotul 69 Average daily attendance «7 Per cent, of attendance 95 MISS LUCKY'S CLASS. Boys 64 Hirls 49 Total 103 Average daily attendance 98 -Per cent, of attendance 88 ROLL OF HONOR. Louie Brnde, rhiltp Beejue, X trie Desmond, Willie Hreyer, Mary Desmond, Claxton Chick, Francisca I nvoust, Willie Coots, Eva Kremer, Clarence Davis, Hannah Levonthul, Albert Dunsmoor, Alice Lxnch, Willie Edwards, L:zz.e Mott, Ch o les Frasier, Mary Vb f nberg, Robert Giese, Lizzie Pridham, Hipolite ,viol, Mamie Slaiterbnck, Allie Hathaway, i otitisSepnlveda, Katie Yurn-U, Sunimie Hunter, Albert Hicks, Adolph Hcrwig, Charlie Harris, Johnnie Johnson, Artie Leiber, Alex. Lazaid, George Page. » MRS. PARKER'S CLASSES. Beys 45 Girls 34 Total 79 Average daily attendance 70 Ter cent, of attendance 93 .PERFECT IN DEPORTMENT. Hannah Johnson, Paulina Wllley, Ben. Coulter, Ada Baxter, Robert Beswick, George ueswlck, Madeliua Gotu, Asa Meyer. MRS. ONSTOTT'S CLASSES. Boys 20 Girls 12 Total 32 Average daily utteiulunce 31 Per cent, of attendance , 83 MISS PORTER'S CLASS. Boys 13 (Jlrls 13 'lolal j.., , 25 Average daily attendance '. 24 Per cent, of attendance 91 NOT ABSENT. Ida Helen. Christie Miller, Currie Miller, Chester Wilson, Lennle Wilson. NOT TARDY. [daHafen, Martha Radsn, Christie Miller, Currie Miller, Prank Denlson, Susie Denlson, Luis Vignes, Adellu Vlgnes. MR. SMITH'S CLASSES. Boys 43 Girls 8 Totul 49 Average dally attendance 35 Per cent, of attendance 81 MISS RODOKKS' CLASSES. Boys 43 Girls..... 17 Total 60 Average daily attendance 49 Per cent, of attendance 93 • MR. WITIIKUOW'S CLASHES. Boys 20 Girls 10 Toial 39 Average daily attendance 20 Per cent, of attendance 73 Attendance in all classes 914 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTONS. Deeds filed for record for the 48 hours emilng April 8, 1875, as reported for the Heiui.d by Judson m Gillette, examiners of title, N". 89, Spring street, Los Angele-: A. Weill to 11, D. Fowler.—Korty acres In AzusaDuarte Rancho; $525. Same to J. K. Tipton.-3»s!MoOaeres in'same Ranches t1,200. Same to N. E. Jones.—Agreement to convey acres in game Rancho, lor $2,100. F. Sabichi el ux. to R. Guivcy.—An und: vided 289 nitres In Coronel Vineyard; $<jO.l. W. M. Williams to Richard Garvey et al.— Five lots in Kairview tract; $58">. Agreeine .t between 1.. A. Imm. und Land Co operative Assoc'n and Tonner, Bunlick and I'aloniares lor cerium lands, etc., in RanottO Sun Jose, for SIO.tOO. M. E Frankel to A. C. Crawford. —Eighteen acres in Rancho Santa Oertrudi s $25>. Jos I'nndloto same—N E. %of hlock 14, Downey Land Assoc'n; H'275. J. 11. dray to D. A. Ames et al.—Twenty acres near El Monte: $1,1(0 P, 11 audsy to J. W. Pot's, et nl.—Lot 8, blk Kill llcllevue Terrace, and triangular piece at W. end of said lot; $250 Co. Tax Collector to 11. M. Mitchell.—Eight acres in S n Gubtlel. Sanders Elliott to.N'uncy J. Rodgers.—Twen ty acre In I,os Nietos; $5\ 0. A. R. Chapman to Wip. Harper.—Ten acre (arm lot No. 10, Richland; $3 0. J. M. Bush et al. to J. v, Lotspelch et al.— 518% acres In Rancho Santiug/u <le Santa Ana and - j of interest of grantors lv wavers of Ban llano Creek; $4,»4i 15. , j... •i.e. I a Gertrudes Asoc'n tp Mrs A#,C. Craw ford. -Ten acres in Santa, Gertrudes Ranch '; sf!2o. . im.ru bus fseqt J. C, Vejar to Newmark eioaL-rAgrcument to convey his vineyard of 4.8 acres on Wattle ington street, for $18,0 OH. The recognized poet is one who gives voice, in expresslvelaugnajre, to the common thoughts and deling which lie deeper than ordinary speech. He is the interpreter; moreover, he is the maker—an artist of the beautiful, the inventor of harmonious numbers which shall be a lure »ud,M repose.— E. V. Stedman. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BACKMAN HOUSE—Mr. & Mm Backcnan. 8 J Robertson, AT T Sm; b, P-taiuma \ J Sparks, NY EFinek.^F JABrownell CASeH.do D B Moore, Anahm T B Rey iolds, N Y HO'Nesl, do ST. CHARLES—SaIarI A Ghirth*. Proprietors. P Ravnor, Ventura REn," \, \nalim HMSwett.SF CKTuymr, do DLowrey, do S Pick lose Mrs Monle iux, S F W W Si , idefer. A T W Wermuth, do M W -riish, Kan GCrlstopher, do ISOBmI I), do H D Ives, do HSK "i- J B Lonnoy, do HPtl.k on* sn, Miss I N R >che, do P A I . nor, S Hrndo BDPike. do B Ma h on, Oakland *S W Csrpenter.do W D I' lilman, Chcgo PICO HOUSE. G Christopher, S F H Crummers & wf, 111 .1 Roche, do B Lossen, 111 tH Stokes, do J Rtnlth, Flsnt V S Martinez, do P C Tonner, Spadra M Hlgby, do TEJ.nks.Col SE Simon, do T E Jones, S F LAFAYETTE—FIuhr & Gerson, Proprietors. I L Greenstadt, W T T Rowland, Pueute JYorba, SAnu J if ate, do F Pico, S Diego NM na l. do .1 F France PHanim i.SFrndo G M Sides, Sac C Will rd, S F Mrs Espinosa, S Jose G Marshal,do UNITED STATES—Ham tne * | „ nker, Prps. H Vandlnkel, S F J Hum. lowa J E Phillips, do SR.luek . i.Ark W Martin, do C M Kurr, Ohio W Chase, do TWknr, do EJDenneth, do WH iriHw it flnjr, 111 MlssHanwood.do L While do do J Metzker, do S Wecse do do J Wtndworth, Nev D M Billings, Ohio R DeDilrllng, Omaha R B Jones, N V C B lilchaidson, Azusa J E Koah. Fresno M Mills. do H M Cameron. 11l H Ardsylay, Ventura J A Scheppurd, S Brbr i' Garcia, Cnrl Amrca C E Dierlng, do A Johnson, I'mnt B Smith, Arizona L Helena, do M Karr, do L 0 Kincald, S Rrndo J Wo: k man, Puentc T J Stokes, S F H Plnhston & sn, Mo D Netcher, Newport P Comolt, Mo G Collins, S Brbra J Jordon & wf, Anhm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 8. L. DEWEY, W agon Depot. 173 MAIN STREET, Brick I (wilding, near H.-cond Ht. O T£EKPS A 1.1. KINDS OK Wagons, Buggies, Open, top, singe und double horse, PhEDtonS. with or withntr :<>p. Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold Fine Whips, Night and Dress Blankets, Linen Sheets, Linen Lap Robes, English Plush Do. AGENT FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Francisco. Makers of every variety an i si.vle. of road vehicles of the latest patterns and the best material and 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 HA.V PRESS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Lpveler & Scraper Does the work of twenty men. Come and see. mr2S tf FAIRVIEW PROPERTY! 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 and Williams' Tract, will he sold on tbe 14th and 15th of April, AT AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE. THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED IN THE Western part of the city, ten minutes' walk from the end of the .Spring and Sixth Street Railroad, and affird v tine view of the whole valley and ocean, Rich Soil, near which a beaut Ito I I'ark is already laid out. In pipes, can be put on th" tract, Snd ii ■trad railroad is sc on to be built towaids the tract by way of Temple street, for which a charter is about to be applied, and will he the most pleasant route In the city, free from dust. The Woolen Mill Ditch Runs near the property, and tho 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 6l BLAND, AUCTIONEERS, Spring Sreet, Temple Block, OR THE PROPRIETOR, J. 73 Downey Block. m 1 24 FOR SALE.—2.OOO of the finest six-yeai old Orange and Lemon trees In the city. Will sell tne choice at retail for $3 a piece. JONES & ALAND. [ mrMm DRY GOODS. BPKING -1 8 7 5. CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, a (iRAKI) OPEN I N G OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS CLOTHING, ON Monday, March 29th, 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. mr2B-lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID .dvHON JAVOwJin OPPORTUNITY. SAKTA GERTRUDES LANDS. 5,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION OJV MONDAY, TUESDAY, A.iVD WEDNESDAY, April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875, ITV 5, 10, 30 and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rica B ittoiri Lands, of which there are over 2.000 acres, produce two ero: s per an num, viz: ItarK y, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This is also ;he lineal possible laud for Alliilf 1 and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. '1 he first-class Mesa or Table lands, v large poril n of which can he irrigated, 1- the rinesl in the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Grapei of the beat quality grow here to per feello". Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wall nut Ore bards flourish most luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Orange orchards in lull hearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has Just completed a WA.TKR DITCH Over the choicest portion ot theli table lands and purchasers will have the right to water without charge. Such an opportunity to SO* cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit culture, will not o?cnr again. Rail Road Improvements. The raw railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly alongthe southcu portion of our tiact. We will oiler lauds within from one lo three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now under cultiva tion, ami there are none ix-tterin the world. /rillO CLIMATE l« BtHßtr passed, It revives ihe Invalid and hr* resistubly draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our l tact is about ten mites from I/>s Ange les. Ihe same distance irom Analuani, two miles Irom Downey City, and from one to lour miles from Not walk Station. Tlie Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & BLAND. E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer. mrlO