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ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, first Insertion, and twknty-fivk cents per .Square for each subsequent Insertion. WAHTS-LOST-FOUND. t£»l PCrk/"l TO LOAN, IN ONE SUM, »J> 1 ,o\/V/ OH re al estate security. Ap ply te J. M. RALDWIN. apl3 3t Downey Hlock. FURNITURE, Stoves, Carpets, Matting, etc., etc.-, bought at furniture store, No. 18 Allso street. D. A. STERN. apl tf WANTED.— Two competent young men from Ihe East earnestly desire some thing to do. Unexceptionable references. Address, JAMES A. McDONALD, apOlw* City. LOST.— A lad between Hand 12 years ol age, named Frank Miller, left his home In this eit,\ last Tuesday morning • nd has not been heard from since, lie More bin i pants, white shirt, gray jacket and dark lelt fiat—a good-looking boy, bright and prepossessing lv appearance. Any Information of the lad [en ut the boot and shoe store of A. S. McDonald will place an anxious father and mother un der lasting obligations. api6-lw° FRANK LUCK.-IF THE person named above would send his- address to Postofflce box 245, Sacramento, Cal., he could learn something to his advantage. mi 12 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. miiQ-2m" ROOMS.- FAMILY and Single Rooms with hoard at Col. Peel's on Spring St. . novlotf ANEW WILCOX * GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at this Oflice. novl9tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE.— A heavy spring wagon, with top, made hy one of the best car riage-makers in the State, and nearly as good as new. Can be seen at Steven's Stable, or address Postotflc> Box 110. sprlltf FOR SALE.—Uquor Stote for sale, with hoi Be and wagon; also furniture and flx tiirus./ Apply to L. SIMON, a p7 2w* No. 7 Allso street. FOR SALE, — a lot of Thoroughbred rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. 33, cor ngr Allso aud A inmeda streets. apt FOR SALE. - Thoroughbred Durham Bull and cow; the first 8 and the latter 7 years ptd; the cow with call. Enquire ot WM. J. KILL. Anaheim. apl lm" FOR SALE.— Twenty acres irrigable land, mostly under cultivation; well adapted for the growth of semi-tropical trees and vines. Situated six miles Northeast oi El JUnute, near the foot of the mountain. Kor particulars Inquire of T. S. HALL, room 11), Temple Block, Los Angeles. mi3l 2w tZik ONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm rVI li" J. M. BALDWIN, mrlSt.f 79 !•* Downey Block. LAND FOR SALE. JIIAVE SSO ACRES OF EXCELLENT laud for sale near Old Los Nietos. About 2tiO acres will produce corn without irrigation. The remainder is good fruit and small grain land. Living water on the premises. Par tially improved. J. H. THOMPSON, 51 and 52 Temple Block. Dec. 17,1874. det7 tf ~~ MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPORUM. Miss 0. M. TURNER has removed to the I'ostollice building, where she will sell every thing iv the Stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mrlitf GEO. S. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OFFICE WITH COMPTON 4 BIN FORD, corner Court and Spring streets. P. 0. box 692. ap4 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 streets. /.eiivr*. Arrives Arrives. fi:3o A. M. 7:30 A. M. 7:(K) A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:u0 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:30 " 9:10 *' 10:20 " 9:60 " 9:10 " 10:30 " 12;00 jf. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 P. M. 2:20 f\ M. ItSOr, M. 1:30 p. M. 2:10 " 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:10 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 " tl.-uo " 0:80 " 6:30 " Sixteen Tickets for $1. mr.lO LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK A CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, f*|>rlutf street, adjoining the Postofflce, is..tiering to his friends and the public in general, tbe 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. Gullars. Violins, Accordeons, 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 to meet the wants of Ihe public, and I hope to merit a fair share tf patronage. Jan3-tr LEWIS LEWIN. Thirty days have gone by since the " Im portant" commenced selling out. A great many persons have bought such as dry goods, (■■Hilling, boots, shoes, etc., and everybody that did buy will tell you how well pleased they are and what bargain they received. Our orders for Spring goods were sent to our buyer in New York In January and February and part of them we are receiving now. They are without a doubt the prettiest and nicest goods ever brought lo this clt<, and we wish the public to please bear ih mind that all new goods will be sold at the same reduced prices. Do not fall to stop ln, examine our stock, hear the prices, and you will say the best and cheapest place to buy goods Is at tlie " IMPORTANT," apS Under Lafayette Hotel. VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER 6tt Main tit., lioa Angeles, t nl Keeds on hand the Largest and B»st Assort ment of Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds, Trimmings, etc., etc., In this Oily, direct fn.m the East. Dealers 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 OK FUNERALS. Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East. All orders by telegraph promptly attended to. The finest Hearse in Southern California. mrl7tl $00 CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1875. GOLD REPORT San Ekancikoo, April 12. Gold, 1147' a. Greenhacss - Buying, 874; selling. 88. LOCAL BREVITIES. School election to-ilay. The schooner Eclipse sailed yester day. The passengers of the Senator ar rived at 7 o'clock yesterday evening. The Identical cigar is tlie most pop ular brand sold in this city. The headquarters of General Crook huve been established at Omaha, Ne braska. The steamer Han Luis and schooner Newton Booth arrived at San Pedro yesterday morning. Dr. Hall, one of the largest drug dealers in Western Kansas, is iv the city stopping at the St. Charles. Let every citizen go to the polls to day and vote for tlie school tax. We should give an emphatic expression of opinion. The firm of Jones & 11! and has boon dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Jones will continue the business at the old stand. The Irish Literary and Social Club will have a picnic at the Arroyo Seco, on Sunday, April 25th. Preparations are making for a grand affair. The Anniversary of the Fifteenth Amendment will be celebrated by our Colored Citizens to-day. Exercises will be held at Templar Hall in the afternoon a ball in the evening. The long-drawn land case of Morris vs. DeCelis was decided iv the District Court last night, the jury rendering- a verdict for the defendant, after being out about ten minutes. The case has been in the Courts since 1868, aud this decision, which is final, will no doubt be a relief to all parties concerned. A grand and a term trial jury will be drawn in the County Court to-day. Postmaster Bent wishes us to state that there is a cart load of mail matter at the Postofflce waiting for Mr. R. Rawney. It Is in large packages and comprises seeds, plants etc. The gen tleman will please call and claim his property. * Look out for bogus $2 50 pieces. A number of individuals are iv the city passing "the queer." They succeeded in victimising a number of our saloon keepers and business men yesterday. The bogus coin is said to bo hardly distinguishable, from the genuine in Its appearance, but it is very brittle and can be readily broken when put to the test of strength. Los Angeles has the champion whis tler. Where he came from, nobody knows. For the past few days he has paraded our streets fa itlifully with his hands in his pockets and a look of stern resolution iv his eye, whistling loudly all the time. He has two tunes —"The MarsiellesHymn" and "Come to Jesus" —which he whistles alter nately ana keeps up a string of mel ody the day through. We visited a few days since the rooms of Mr. D. Miller at the Back man house and saw an elegant display of dry goods which that gentleman is selling in our city by sample. Mr. Miller represents the extensive estab lishment of S. Mosgrove & Co, 114 and 116 Kearny street San Francisco. He has an elegant assortment of silks, grenadines, shawls, scarfs, laces etc. The ladies of our city should not fail to see the bargains which he has to offer. The Allegha Jans. There was music in the air at Turn- Verein Hall last night. The Alle ghanians had a fine audience and ren hered a programme replete with mel ody to the satisfaction of all. Pathetic, comic and patriotic songs were given vocally aIW on the bells in a wonder ful manner. The sextette silver band was a novelty that received an enthu siastic encore, and the doxology of national airs dismissed the large audi ence in good humor. To-night the Alleghanians make their second ap pearance and the wonderful music of the bells will be reproduced. Their melody is unsurpassed; their cheerful tones announce marriages; their muf fled voices follow us to the grave; the church has consecrated them and they call us to devotion; they souud the fierce alarm, and in every way their tongues have been utilized. Go to night and hear their varied music, as rendered by the Alleghanlatiß atTurn- Verein Hall. Temperance Lecture. Templar Hall was well filled on Sunday night. Rev. Dr. White de livered the reguler monthly address, which was replete with sound sense and well calculated to strengthen the good resolutions of sober people, but it was too much on the sermonizing order to reach the feelings of old bloats. It made no difference, how ever, as there were none such there. Our temperance people are zealous and faithful and their cause deserves success; but they lack variety in their public efforts. A long course of lec tures on an old hackneyed subject grows monotonous. If they would get up an experience meeting and in duce each of their reclaimed members to tell what they know about intem perance, the house will be crowded with a new class of listeners. If such a meeting were announced, the Court House would not hold the audience. Railroad. Col. Crawford means business, as the following dispatch to the Alta will show, dated April 9th: "The first lot of iron for the Los Angeles and Inde pendence Railroad was purchased in Nev York yesterday, the price amounting to $200,000. The section from Mauta Monica to Los Angeles will be Completed by the Ist of July." We are well pleased, but not disap pointed, at this news. When Colonel Crawford returns, a larger force will he put to work nt various places on the line and the road will go through like magic. We doubt if Col. Crawford re turns before Senator Jones comes, which will be tbe first week in May. DROWNED. A Practical Joke tbas Ended Fatally. A sad casualty occurred Sunday af ternoon at Lake Vineyard, on Dr. Hhorb's place, about eight miles from the city, in which tt young man named John Wahr lost hit life. It seems that Wahr and three companions went to the lake for a boat-t ide and bath. The paity all got into a small row-boat at first, crossed tlie lake and then round back to the starting-point, when one of the number got out and the rest pulled away for another ride. After the boat had left the shore, the young man who had remained behind pointed to one of its occupants and said to a hy-stander, " He is going to turn the boat over." Sure enough, when some distance out, the boat was capsized. All of the occupants were swimmers, and struck out for a fence which extended into the water not far distant. Two succeeded in reaching tlie place of safety, but Wahr sudden ly sank when about ten yards away. A party started to the rescue at once in another boat, but their efforts were fruitless, us thedrowning man did not again rise to the surface. The body was not recovered until yesterday morning, when a Mexican--an expert swimmer—was secured, who dove to the bottom and brought it up. Al though in the water less than 24 hours, the corpse was terribly bloated and almost unrecognizable. Wahr was about 22 years of age, and resided In El Monte. The other three, whose names we have not ween able to learn, were from Los Nietos. The over turning of the boat was doubtless a foolhardy trick arranged between the man who remained on the shore and the one who executed the fatal piece of mischief. These two are no doubt responsible for the drowning of their unfortunate companion. Hear the musical glasses, the Swiss bells, the silver band and the Alle ghanians to-night at Turner Hall. Progresive Christanity. Rev. H. D. Lathrop of San Fran cisco delivered a sermon in the Epis copal Church in this city on Sabbath evening last on the text, " Let me die the death of the Righteous." The in troduction was full of that liberal Catholic spirit, which demolished all sectarian bigotry, and established a theological platform so broad, that all tlie good of earth could stand upon it. The Ood who inspired the heathen prophet to utter the language of the text, and proclaim great truths to the world, would not confine his gifts and blessings to any nation or association of men—none had a right to say "we are the chosen people of God" to ex clusion of others. This text is a true expression of the desire of every heart; but the desire or wish must be accompanied by the will. Men often wish for things aud are not willing to work for. The prodical son would never have reached his fathers house by wishing; but the manliness of his nature was brought Into action when he said "I will arise and go to my father.', The speaker claimed: Ist. That the Righteous has hope in his death. 2d. He lias peace in his death. 3d. He has consolation in his death. These divisions of the subject were presented in the most forcible manner showing that It required uomothing more than a death bed repentance to constitute a righteous character— that procrastination is a dangerous experiment. Tbe Bible gives but one single instance of repentance at the last hour. A Righteous character is the only safe reliance, and such a character could not be made in au hour; it is the work of a lifetime, to mould a character suitable for the associations of Angles. In the presentation of the subject the speaker drew illustrations from historic characters. His voice, his books, his features and language were in harmoney with tlie grand truths he presented to the audience. It was a masterly effbrt and perfectly harmonized with our idea of progress ive theology. Ruben and Rachael and the great comique Sam Collins, will appear to night at Turner Hall, with the Alle ghanians, Bell Ringers and Helicon Baud. The Confirmation. The rite of confirmation was admin istered at the church last Sunday by Bishop Mora. The ceremonies com menced at 3 p. M. and lasted until nearly 6 o'clock, aud throughout were most interesting and impressive. The Bishop first delivered a short address in Spanish and then followed with some remarks in English, explaining the nature, the history and the neces sity of the sacrament, by the laying on of hands, as it was performed in the time of the Apostles. A class of 68 girls and misses received the rite. All were dressed in white, with flow ing veils and wreaths of orange blos soms. Standing along the broad, long aisle of the church, they formed one of the most beautiful spectacles we have ever witnessed. A class of boys of about the same number afterward re ceived the rite and were gathered into the folds of the church. The singing during the service was grand and ap propriate to the other beauties of the occasion, the choir being assisted by Miss Reiffarth, Signor Morra and Sig nora Franzini, Great success of the Alleghanians; nearly every piece encored. Hear them to-night. Important Question. In an editorial published in last Sat urday's La Cronica, under this head ing, we read a very sensible exhorta tion to the voters of Los Angeles. Its arguments in favor of the special school tax to be voted on to-day are very forcible. It says our Spanish- American population have not been slow in voting against a measure cal culated to benefit private individuals or corporations who have not tbe gen eral good of this city and county iv view; that they are not behind any other nationality in their love of pro gress and civilization; that they will certainly vote to a unit iv favor of a measure which, costing but a small amount to each one, is intended to so lidify the foundation of our future so ciety, educating the rising generation. We have now reached that progressive point in which wecomprehend the im perative duty of parents to educate their children, and consequently we should conscientiously favor all meas ures having such a laudable end in view. School Election To-Day. The election ordered by/he Board of Education on a special tax of $12,000 for school purposes takes place to-day. The polling places as designated are as follows: For the First Ward, Mr. Campbell's house, corner Main and Marchesseault streets; for the Second Ward, City Council Rooms, Spring street; for the Third Ward, Round House, Main street. The polls will be open between tlie hours of 8 a. m. and sunset. The officers of election are as follows: Flint Wanl—Messrs. T. P. Campbell, C. M. Small and A. K. Wilbar. (second Ward —Messrs. Wm. McKee, J. M. Baldwin and Jas. German. Third Ward—Messrs. W. H. Dennlsson, li. O. Marlines and S. B. Cox. The objects to which the tax is to be devoted are: First—To purchase a lot for the Alameda Street school. Sec nd—To purchase a lot and to build and furnish ascbool-house for the colored school. Third—To purchase a lot and to build und furnish a school-house Fast of the river, neat the Alden milt-drying works. Fourth—To purchase a lot and to build and furnish a school-house in East Los Angeles. Fl.th—T» purchase a lot and to build and furnish a school-house near the woolen mill. Sixth—To build and furnish an addition to the spring street, school-house. Seventh—To purchase a lot for the Eighth street school-house. Eighth—To br.ild a fence atoned the San Pedro street school property. Ninth—To repair and furnish the High School bit'ldfug. Tenth—To luilld and farnhh a echo 1-housc near the French Hospital. It is expected that most of the money required for this purpose will he realized from the sale of the Bath St. school properly. Mcvcntn—To buy a lot and to build and furnish a school house near the crossing of Washington and Flgueroa streets. All of the buildings and improve ments specified are imperative neces sities aud must be secured if our public schools are to be carried on and the children of our city accommodated. We do not doubt that the tax will be voted, but we desire that It will receive something more than a beggarly hun dred or two ballots as the voice of the people. Let every citizen interest himself sufficiently to go to the polls and assist in the good work, and thus we will make assurance doubly sure. Admission at popular prices to hear the renowned Alleghanians to-night— 50 cents and 75 cents. No extra charge for reserved seats, for sale at Lewin's book store. Spanish Items. fTranslated for the Hekaldfrom La Cronica] Don Francisco Palomares, one of our Supervisors, has returned from a short visit to Lower California. An agreeable reunion took place on the 4th of this month at the residence of Donlgnacio Garcia, in this city, on the occasion of the baptism of his in fant son by Dr. Fernandez and wife. Professors Fischer, tichad, Falkenau, Arevalo, Knell and others contributed greatly, with their musical talent, to the general entertainment. A submarine apparatus has lately been invented by Guirero and Dalton of Azusa. They claim an immersion of 24 consecutive hours under water in their diving machine with safety. Propositions have been made to Dr. Stanway, Mr. Sotelo and others, for tbe purchase of their mine in Blue Ledge district, in this county. Its ore assays $1,000 to the ton. Don J. Patricio Chavez left this city on the sth instant for New Mexico on a visit to bis family. He will return in about six months. Mr. Chavez Is one of the wealthy farmers of this county and at present has a son in the University of Bt. Louis, Missouri. On the Ist inst., Dofia Jacinta C. de Quterrez died in Oakland. Deceased was 47 years of age and a native of Binaloa, Mexico. Her son Frank was for a long time employed in one of our commercial houses in this city. The Hon. Judge Sepulveda has re ceived a telegram announcing the sad news that his father, Don Jose Sepul veda, lies seriously ill in Caborca, So nora. Don Andronice tiepulveda, an other of his sons, started yesterday from this city to attend on his father. From Zacatecas, Mexico, hails a wandering legerdemain professor in rather limited circumstances, hut, we are told, a very able performer. Ap- Jiearauces are very deceptive, to judge rom that which he presents as he promendaes the streets of this City of the Angels. Many people were turned away from Turner Hull lost night, uiiahle to gain admission. The Alleghanians appear again to-night. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BACKMAN HOUBE-Mr. ft Mrs. Backmiin. EBrewster.NY C E French, wf & did, L A Hover, do S Joaquin J Warner C W Morgan, USA W H See, S Diego 8 Jones M Felsenhelg, do P White PICO HOUSE. A Hammerslcy, AT WDSturges,Mohongo W H Dempsey, do T L Diekross, S F J W Roberts, do JAB King, do E S Ireland, Chlcaao Mrs Turner, do L J Llghtcopp, do F E Altzer, do GStraas, Bruxelles D Pluto, do S Bauer, France O D Plato, do H S Seward A wf, Col FFnrrer, do E A Phelps, N Itrnd E Gaodall&w.do AJ Hutchinson,Hpdr J W Koche, do H L Koonx, S FVndO J O McColl, do J A Locke,.S Monica F Lanteren, do G W Sample, t'enn E L Briilger, do W Lyon, Detroit Mis Itowe, do Hll underbill, S F 8 .Steadman, do ST. CHAKLES—SaIari & Garing. Proprietors. M Frankel & wf, s Ann L Hall, Kansas VSoheto, do ¥ Lambourn, Puente F Kills, S Ana U W Sample, Perm t' I) I'icke, S F C W Moore, Idaho B Kalz, do B Garcia, Lyon Stn J I elites, do A Kreszynskl, do J B I/*, do C Lor nzo, Cntrl Hmc SDlves, do WR Leigh, Term E S Ely, Nev R FCollingham, S F A Walter, do J W Long, N V T Lynlll, Anahm A J Saiesbury, 8 Muca Tolinan, do J Rottburn, S Brud E T Wright, Chego H H Bancroft, Mass D Farwell, Fitchburg O T Browning, Wlmn L A Farwell. do J Hanton, NY LAFAYETTE—FIuhr & Gerson, Proprietors. J B Wollsrd, Spadra J McCruekln, A T W A Begole, is Diego J J McCue, N V J RSoranton, do J R Maroers, S Ana W LeuvlUil wf, Ind J Donald. St Joseph E Waruter, do J Thompson, do HO Hawkins, do W Jackson, do 1> lloblnson, do J Wagner, Ogn J Martin, Downey Miss M Donovan, S F C Emmet, Ohio MissLQritnn, do HFlinn, do J Brmhnll', Ohio W Fllnn, do D Brenhott', do UNITED BTATES—HammeI A Denker. l'rps. RToldman, Pnmt C II Colwell.wf A s,AT J We-tphal A fmy, An W Thompson, A T II Wiemyer do do J Connley, do J Mclulire.brk D cvry D Kohinsou, W T .1 He.ik, Anhm s Hosserman, lone C R Parker, Minn S Howell.Neb O N Swell, S F C V Mnellor, S Frndo C Marrioth, Modesto P D Bell, do X A smith, Truxton E Stanley, S Gbrl Mm Banks, S Bbra W J Ramsey, 8 F HO Prag, Fresno J Henderson, do Its thug, do PGrieber, do l> Roll vcr, S Monica PGosp r, do 0 W Knight, Miss A Brown, do U 0 rlrowu, do H Vandeukel.do 8 A OHson, Bear Vly J Bcheller, Anhm M 0 Mufly, do J Albrecht, do Q W Freeman, Tnstln A Abrlcut, do Personal. Our esteemed friend Fisher, of the Wilmington Unterpriar, called to look lv on us to-day. He looks healthy and vigorous, but his body is not half as big as his soul. But that makes no difference now, as men are measured by the size of the soul Bines tlie statis tics of our "solid men" ot Los Angeles was published. The copper mines in Union Gulch, Woodville, which were worked eight or nine years ago, by Jud, r e Ewing, and subsequently abandoned, are being prosecuted by Mr. Mann of Napa. COURT REPORTS. County Conrt-O'MEi.VKNV, J, Monday, April 12. Grand and term trial lurors will bo drawn to-morrow, tbe former returnable ou the ;Wlh and tlie latter on the 10th rtf May. Probate Court—O'Mklvk.ny, J. Monday, April 12. Will of W. W. Maxey admitted to probate. Also that of Frank W. Elton. in tlie matter of the estate of Claja Snyder, deceased,—Petitions for lettom oi administra tion were presented, asking the appointment of N. P. Richardson as Administrator. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A RESOLUTION Oftuc Csnunea Counsll of the City of I.os Augeles Estubll si. lug Grade of Fort Street between reiuple aud Sssd Ntreets. BE IT RESOLVED, b) Hie Common Council ofthe city ot Los Angeles, as fol lows: Section L That the grade of Fort street, between Temple and Sand streets, be and the same is hereby fixed and established as fol lows: At the intersection ofthe center line of Fort street with the North line of Temple street seventy-seven leet above the datum plane; running thence along the center line of Fort street with a uniform ascent of one foot in twelve feet to its intersection with Sand street, at which point the grade Is one hundred and five 8-10 feet above the datum plane. •Sec. 2 The Clerk of the Common Council shall certify to the passaee of this resolution and shall cause thesamc to be published once in English lv the Los Angeles Daily Herald and once in Spanish in La Crania., snd there upon Italian take effect and be in force. thereby certify 'that the foregoing resolu tion was adopted at the meeting of the Com mon Couucil or April 8, 1876. M. Kit EMEU, Clerk of Com. Council. S. L. DEWEY, Wagon Depot, 173 MAIN STREET, Brick Building, neur Second St. 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, Night and Dress Blankets, Linen Sheets, Linen Lap Robes, English Plush Do. AGENT FOB. THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Francisco. Makers of every variety and style of road vehicles of the latest patterns and the best material and finish. Also,extra fine double und single harness made to order. A sample of their iight buggy harness may be seen in store. Also EAGLE HAY PRESS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Lf-veler & Scraper Does the work of twenty men. t'onie and see. m ril tf FAIRVIEW PROPERTY! Valuable City Lots! FINEST HOMESTEADS Ever offered at such Easy Terms: Half Cash; Half in 6 Months, Without Interest. —o — EIGHTY-ONE BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 60x160 FEET, Between the Woolen Mill and Williams' Tract, will be sold on the 14th and 15th of April, AT AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE. > . . t rpHEsr L >TS ABE SITUATED IN THE J. We* or i part of the city, ten minutes' walk liotu .li • end Of the Spring and Sixth Streei Railroad, and art' id a line view ol' the whole valley and ocean, Hldi Soil, tnvtr , which a beautltul Park is already laid out. In pipes, can be put on th- tract, and a street railroad Is se on to he built towards the tract by way of Temple street, for which a charter Is about to be applied, nnd will he the most pleasant route in the city, free from dust. The Woolen Mill Ditch Runs near the property, and the finest resi dences, as Major Tobermnn's, Foy's,etCi, are built near by. All are Invited to Examine the Property For Information, apply to JONES & BLAND, AUCTIONEERS, a Spring Sreet, Temple Block, Ott THE PROPRIETOR, J. NTBELITZ. 73 Downey Block. * mrM DRY COODB. SPRING 18 75. CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Lob A-ng-eleia, Cal, GrR^JNTD OPEN ING OF SPRING ~:*3 ton. AND ~ .SUMMER I ' J I 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 OPPORTUNITY. J«k mVhk, ttf*l jmtf at*M j*t jmu. L> jmt. * SANTA GERTRUDES LANDS. 6,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT, '3c\l:- r X A M>l3 AS These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public 4% i > M J AT AUCTION ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, A-N l> WEDNESDAY, April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875, IN 45, 10, SO and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rich B dtom Lands, of which there are over 2.000 acres, produce two crops per an num, viz: Hurley, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This Is also the finest possible land for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portl nof which can be irrigated, Is tbe finest n the county. Table, Wine and Raisin i.irapes of tlie best quality grow here to per fecllo ~ Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal nut Orchards flourish most luxuriantly and yield sin prising profits. Orange orchards in full bearing yield their fortunate owners J $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has just completed a 1 aisl.'e- s■' • i m*i >- ■u< ,i. M ! ■ 1 ■ WATEB DITCH i »ver the choicest portion of the!i table lsnds and purchasers will have the right to water without charge. Such an opportunity to se- We land admirably situated and watered nid perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit culture, will not occur again. Rail Road Improvements. The rew railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the soothe - n portion ol our tract. We Ha*l offer lauds within from oue to three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now under cultiva tion, und there are none better In the world. THE CLIMATE I >~tt>:i\ti'suf& H Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid and lr reslstably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract Is about ten miles from Los Ange les, the same distance from Anaheim, two miles irom liouney 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. I mrlO