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ONB DOLLAR per Square often lines, first Insertion, and twknty-FIVK cents per Square loreach subsequent insertion. WAMTS—LOST—FOUND. A HEALTHY YOUNG WOMAN wants a child to wet nurse, li i> this of llce. upl4 St tjfcl PvrW"l T0 f'OAN. IN ONE SUM, 9 A-m*J\JVJ on real estate security. Ap ply to J, M. BALDWIN. apl3 3t 79',, Downey Hlock. FURNITURE, Stoves, Carpets, Matting, etc., etc., bought at furniture store, No. 13 Allso street. D. A. STERN. apl tf WANTED. -Two competent young men from the East earnestly desire some thing to do. Unexceptionable references, Addiess, JAMES A. McDONALD, apSlw* City. WANTED.-A Situation by a I.ady to do sewing al home or inn fumtlv by the day or piece to suit customers, children's clothing a specialty. Inquire on Olive street, between 7th and Bth. MRS. HORTON. miio-2m* ROOMS. • FAMILY mid Single Rooms Willi board at Col. Duel's ou Spring SI. novlotf ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at this Office. novl9tf FOR SALE-FO^RENt" ALL KINDS OF FLOWER AND vegetable seeds, lately imp irted fiom France, for sale at John Grellck's Silk House, on Main street. apls tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET—At John GreTick's Silk House on Main St., with or without board. up!s tf FOR RENT.—A brick dwelling-house, containing live rooms and bath room. Apply to D. McCARTY, Hill street, between Second and Third, or to J. L. WARD. uls lw FOR SALE.—A house and lot ou New High street, fronting the Pico House. Also, live building lots near Spring and Sixth Streei Railroad. Enquire otJ. R. SUMMERS, at Workman Bros. apls tf FOR SALE.—A heavy spring wagon, with top, made by one of Ihe best car riage-makers in the State, ami nearly as good as new. Cau be seen at Steven's Stable, or address Postoftlc Uox 110. aprlllf FOR SALE.-Liquor Stoic for sale, with horse and wagon; also furniture and fix tures. Apply to L. SIMON, ap7 2W* No. 7 Allso street. FOR SALE. — lot of Thoroughbred rums. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. 33. cor ner Allso and Alameda streets. ap6 FOR SALE. — Thorough hied Durham Bull and cow; the first 8 and the latter 7 years old; the cow with calf. EuqulroofWM. J. lIILL, Anaheim. apt lm* MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm of J. M. BALDWIN. uiriatf 7» 1-2 Downey Block. MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPORIUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the Pustoffice building, where she will sell every thing in the Stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mrttf CEO. 8. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OFFICE WITH COMPTON 4 BINFORD, comer Court uud Spring streets. P. O. box (!U2 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. Leaves. Arrives Leaves. Arrives. 6:30 A. X. 7:30 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:00 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:30 " 9:10 " 10:20 *' 9:50 " 9:40 " 10:30 " 12;00 M. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 p. m. 2:20 P. M. 1:50 P. M. 1:80 p. m. 2:40 ■' 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:10 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 " 8:00 * 6:30 " 6:30 ~ - Sixteen Tickets for $ I. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK 4 CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Hprina 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 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 Presents. FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES And hundreds of ot her articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will he spared to meet the wants ofthe public, and I hope to merit a fair share tf patronage. Jan3-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 bargains they received. Our orders for Spring goods were sent to our buyer in New York lv January and February and part of them we are receiving now. They are without a doubt tbe prettiest and nicest goods ever brought to this cltv, and we wish the public to please bear in mind that all new goods will be sold at the same reduced prices. Do 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 v "IMPORTANT," apS Under Lafayette Hotel. VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER 66 Malu St., Los Angeles, 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 East, Dealers ln the country will find It to thelrluterest 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. mr!7tl c; AUD. MADAME MUSE BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS of schools and the public generally of Los Angeles that she will take pupils for in struction ou the Piano and Organ. For par ticulars apply at Mr. Lewis Lewin's Book store. mr3o tf $0$ SUgcUss TttvaUl. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THUBSDAY, APRIL IS, 1875 GOLD REPORT San Francisco, April 14 Gold, llo}^. Greenbacks—Buying, 87; selling,Bß. LOCAL BBEVITIKM. Gold is still rising. The Orizaba is <iue to-morrow. Our friend Dr. Preuns is registered on the Orizaba and will be here to-mor row. Sam Prager has just received a large assortment of kid gloves of ail colors and of the finest quality. The engine Los Angeles, ran off the tract last night near the depot but was replaced without damage. A gentleman from Los Nietos yes terday reported the haying season Well opened in that section. The Mohongo sailed for San Fran cisco Tuesday evening, with the lar gest cargo of freight that has been taken up tbe coat for months. The stock of the Main street and Agricultural Park Railway is now ready for delivery at office of Captain Beaue. The funeral of the late J. R. Mc Murray will take place to-day at 9 a. m. under tbe auspices of Pentalpha Lodge No iSO 2, F. and A. M. The line of the Western Union Tel egraph between this city and Ana heim was broken yesterday and nec essitated a repairing expedition down the road. It is now in working order. The sale of the Fairview Tract an nounced for yesterday was indefinately postponed in consequence of some misunderstanding between tbe own ers. Another auction sale of building lots is on the tapis. The property is lo cated on Hill, Olive and Charity streets aud Includes twenty or thirty hue lots. The sale will come oft* in a few days. It is reported t hat Mr. Scott and an other gentleman, both from the Ven ango oil regions of Pensylvania, have leased the oil refinary at San Fernan do. The refinary is already in good working order, we believe, but has not been running for sometime. We learn that ou the Luguua near the Steams ranche and this side of Anaheim, there are myriads of young grasshoppers to be seen. As yet no damage to the crops has been reported and we hope the band of marauders are only on a short visit. One of the sensations t of yosterday was the serenade by the ladies and gentlemens' silver Helicou baud of the Alleghanians from the balconey of United States Hotel. The music gath ered a crowd of engrossed listners and produced a line effect. How they smiled! This city was full of pleasant faces yesterday morn lug presented by those who had read the Herald editorial ou Tyranny. They thought with Mark Toppey that there might be some credit in being jolly after all. Rev. Mr. Batt from Massachussets called to see us yesterday. He started to Califoruia with an invalid brother last fall, who died on the way not far from Acapulco. Mr. Batt spent the Winter in Humbolt County, and comes to visit Los Angeles before re turning home. The New Italy for April will be is sued Saturday. As usual, it will be full of interesting matter relative to Los Angeles county, and just the thiug to send abroad. It is also an excellent advertising medium, and our business men should appreciate It as such and award it a share of their patronage. The saloon-keepers, case, the city vs. Joe Williams, was appealed to the County Court, yesterday. The De fendants gave bonds for the $20 fine imposed upon him by Mayor Beau dry. It is generally understood that the case will not step short ofthe Su preme Court. The auction sales of the Santa Ger trudes lands fixed for the 19th, 20th and 21st of the mouth have been un avoidably postponed in consequence ot theilnessof the surveyor and the managing agent Mr. Edward McLain. The postponement contemplates the sale of the property on the 26th, 27th and 28th of May. In consequence of the improve ments soon to be made in the Lafay ette Hotel building, Messrs. Meyers tein & Winters of the Important will be compelled to vacate a portion of their store-room and they are accord ingly reducing their stock to corres pond with the space allotted them. Meanwhile they are selling goods down, down, down. Ladies, go and see for yourselves. A boy about twelve years of age named Job Bryant, son of Constable Bryant will be arraigned before Mayor Beaudry to-day on a charge of mali cious mischief. A jury trial has been demanded and the contest promises to be a hot one. The charge is preferred by J. C. Bush who alleges that the boy tore pickets off his feuce and threw stones at him on various occa sions. A small frame building beyond the Aliso Mills was destroyed by tire about 3 o'clock yesterday morning. The fire company were called out but did not arrive at the place in time to accom plish any good. The building was the property of Dofia Eugenia Valencia au old lady of native birth who was at the time employed as a sick-nurse across the river. Nothing was saved from the flames. We are beginning to doubt the reli ability of the shipping reports pre sented by our evening cotemporary. Hardly a day passes but It states that from four hundred to seven hundred boxes of oranges and lemons have been forwarded by the railroad company, when, iv fact, the shipments of the entire week do not more than aggre gate that number. Can It be that the railroad boys are playing It on the young Innocent who collects the depot Items for our neighbor? We fear that such is the case. "Alas! for the rarity of human charity, under the sun!" The Alleghanians have kindly prof fored a benefit for the Public School Library of this city, the affair comes off as a matinee ou Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock,, The entertainments of the company are elevating and refin ing in character and cau be appreciated by the devoutly pious as well the most fastidious iv taste. A handsome sum will doubtless be netted for the good cause. We saw at the book-store of Lewis Lewin, yesterday, a crayon portrait of Mr. F. P. F. Temple, which was of re markably accurate execution and true to life in every feature. It was drawn by Mrs. Milieu, wife of General F. F. Milieu, late a resident of our city. This talented lady 1* acquiring an en-: viable reputation as an artist, and we understand that she has a number of orders ahead to furnish portraits for other prominent men of our city. Turn-Verein Hall was again crowd ed last night on the occasion of the third appearance of tlie Alleghanians in our city. The programme was changed from the previous evenings, introducing many new and attractive parts. But the main interest centered as before in the bells, the musical tumblers and the silver cornet band. Such exquisite music, one never tires of hearing but learns better to appre ciate at each repetition. The sing ing was also up to tlie standard aud Sam Collins performed his funny isms to the universal amusement. The-au dience was dismissed in tlie best of hu mor. A novel funeral procession passed the city yesterday en rout for tbe cem etery. It consisted of three wagons; the first of whieh'contained thecorpes, tbul of a Mexican child—and the pa rents of the deceased; in the second were four musicians— two violinists and two drummers—and of the third contained about a dozen friends of the family. Arrived at Wolfenstein's photographic gallery the procession halted, the corps was taken into the gallery and a photograph of the dead child secured, together with a groupe of four, young ladies who stood above it. The solemn cortage then reformed and proceeded to tbe cemetery where the remains were deposited. Col. M. S. Hall, the contractor on the San Bernardino extension of the Southern Pacific ltoad, favored us with a call yesterday. He states that the grading on the whole extension will be completed next week, taking it fifty miles beyond Spadra. The ties are already on the ground, the con struction and bearding cars are equip ped for operations and the iron Is ex pected daily. As soon as this arrives, track-laying will be commenced and pushed with the utmost expedition. One mile a day will be laid, and two if the iron arrives fast enough. The Colonel is a driver at business, and al most before we are aware of the fact he will give us a road through San Bernardino and looking towards the, great Colorado Desert The Spelling Match. The second spelling match last night was well attended and was on the whole a success. Messrs. Smith and Brierly were chosen captains, and after considerable time wasted in giv ing excuses Tor not spelling, a class was formed ami the fun began, Dr. Lucky pronouncing tlie words. He commenced by giviug some ordinary words, which had very little effect on the wary spellers. By request, Mr. Campbell marked'a number of words in a spelling book aud handed it to the Doctor. This had the desired ef fect. 11 Dessicoation " proved a stum bling block to five of the spellers. "Quadrilateral" induced as many more to retire, and the few survivors were requested to spell "charivari." Mr. Newbili objected; objection over ruled by Dr. Lucky, and Mr. Jfewbill retired without a struggle. Mr. S. P. Smith managed to get through it safely. This left the contest between Mr. Smith and Miss Minnie Hall, a pupil in one of our public schools. Mr. Smith gallantly mis-spel led''reprieve'' leaving Miss Hall the victor. An in termission of 30 minutes was then an nounced, during which the audience were favored with some line siuging and the ice-cream and cake were at tended to. Another spellipg match followed, and the evening's entertain ment closed with universal satisfac tion. Another Tract in the Market. We are pleased to call attention to the advertisement of the Washington tract of city lots, which appears in an other column. This tract possesses great advantages over many of the land projects which have been offered to the public. The Spring and Sixth street railroad runs almost to it, the furthest portion of the tract being within 500 feet of the terminus. A beautiful and easy drive will be made by way of Temple, Hope and Third streets in a few days, as only one small gulch will have to be crossed, and Mayor Beaudry, the owner of the tract, with his characteristic energy, will have this filled up before the day of sale. Water, in inexhaustible quantities, can easily be supplied from the Beaudry reservoir, with a pressure of over 100 feet. We doubt not that the owuer will pipe the water to this locality in a short time. Beautiful residences are already quite numerous in thir portion of our city and with the generous supply of water which Mayor Beaudry can easily furnish no finer building sites or more desiorus neigh borhood can be found. Insane. The champion whistler was arrested yesterday on the charge of insanity. An investigation into the case by Dr. McKee, the city physician, proved a curious state of mental aberration. The man's name is Michael Joseph McLaughlin, and he emanates from Five Points, New York. His family history, it seems, is badly clouded, three of his sisters having been in mates of a house of refuge aud himself a graduate from Blackwell'a Island. The man's mind was clear enough to furnish these points in his history,but otherwise it was completely wrecked. He claimed to be the Goddess of Lib erty, and said he had taken refuge in Los Angeles as the only green spot on earth, the rest having been burned up. His mania took a curious turn, as our readers already know. For several days he promenaded through the city, taking the middle of the street, walk ing witii rapid gait and all the time whistling at a high key with all tbe wind he could muster. He is now confined in the city jail, and will doubtless be brought before the County Judge in a few days for commitment to the State Lunatic Asylum. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. [Edited by the Teachers ofthe Public.Schools of Los Angeles county.] Form of Monthly Reports. Eprrons Educational Column • HEralD: I havo for some time medi tated a contribution to your column, and now attempt to comply. On tho last day of the last Teacher's Institute a call was made, without previous no tice, for opinions and suggestions on tlie subject of monthly reports on the standing of pupils in the schools. Ac cording to my recollection, specimen, cards of two different kinds were ex plained. I had then in use iv my school, a system differing entirely from those, which I did not bring for ward for the reason that I was tbe only teacher, as far as I knew, who used it, and I had exhibited it to one teacher, who did not approve of it. However, I should have exhibited it, if 1 had had one of my cards with me. Without further preface, I will pro ceed to explain my system, which, however, I do not claim as entirely original. It is, in fact, a leaf from Bancroft's "Pupils' Diary," adapted to the purpose of a monthly report. I had used Bancroft's "Pupils' Diary" with good results aud with these ob jections: it was put up in pamphlet form with pages for ten months, which necessitated such long continued handling that, with the majority of pupils, they became disgustingly soiled and in many cases came to pieces. My system is a diary for oue month, Combined with a report of attendance, deportment and scholarship in each separate branch pursued. It is so ruled lv vertical columns as to give a column for each school day iv the month, with a column for totals and one for per cents at the right hand, and one for the branches pursued ou the left hand margin. In tlie vertical columns the pupil places, after each recitation, the number of credits au thorized by the teacher, the standard of perfection being five. It will be seen that if the pupil is in attendance without loss of time and has perfect lessons, his total will be 100 in each branch; as, also, in attendance, aud his percentage will correspond with his total. In short, every teacher or other person who will look at the diary with interest cau easily understand the standing of a pupil in every point of which it is important to be in formed. At the bottom of the diary the teacher Informs the parent the num ber of days school was kept open dur ing the mouth reported, the number of days the pupil attended, and the number of days the pupil was late. This diary, after the totals and per cents are made up and other blauks filled, is sent to the parents for their instruction and signature, the signa ture of the parents being simply an evidence that the parents have looked at it. Tbe teacher is thus enabled to lay before the parents each month an Hconrato uooouut of cauh day H work of his child, kept by his child's own hand, which adds very materially to the usefulness of this system. For what if at first, it is soiled, and tbe figures arc large and awkardly made, "My child did this work with with Its own child's hand;" "aud It is signed by its teacher; it Is a faith ful exponent of what he is doing every day when he is away from me." How anxiously the loving mother will look for marks of improvement in the Monthly Report! How carefully the child or youth will keep his diary and guard it from dust and drops of ink tbat will sometimes unaccountably run down of the pen! While using this diary I keep no class book, except one in the form of a diary. I have a stone book slate of suitable size; and, cutting the list of studies printed on the left hand mar fin of a blank diary in proper shape, stick it on the top of a page of the slate, leaving sufficient margin on the left for the names of the members of the class whose diary I keep on that page. Thus, after a recitation is fin ished aud the credits awarded I open to the diary ot the class, and, in the column for the branch iv hand, I enter the credits awarded to each pupil. Tho use of this class diary is, to cor rect any errors the pupils may make, aud to keep account of deportment tardiness. Before dismissing school I open my diary and call the roll of the roll of classes, and each pupil answers by giving a report of the credits en tered in his diary for his lesson; at which time I give him his credits in deportment and he enters them on his diary. In the morning the class diary of the previous day is rubbed out and you begin with a class slate. I claim that this is a muoh handier system than the class-book system, requiring less work, and bringing the whole into a more compact form. It secures emulation In a greater degree, the pupils are at all times perfectly informed bow they stand; and proper ly used, must secure habits of neat ness in the use of the pen. The parents appreciate it, as bring ing them Into an intimate relation with the school, and as giving them positive information of the work of their children in school. Bat its use is necessarily limited to the class of the first and second grades. Indeed, I have found it quiet Imprac ticable to grade the recitations of the lower classes; and content myself with good deportment and attention. I send you Inclosed some copies of my Diary and Report that you may pass your judgment upon its merits, and, if you consider it worth your while, I would be glad to have your opinion on it. W. 8. Reavis, Los Nietos, Cal., April Bth, 1885. At the last Teachers' Examination in San Francisco there were forty nine applicants for certificates, of whom twenty-four failed entirely. Only seven first grade certificates were grafted. So far as heard from there was a general failure throughout the State. A few more such examinations will greatly diminish the number of of teachers. While we are iv favor of a high standard of qualifications we think that the State Board of Ex amination should exercise more judg ment in preparing questions. A bill to exclude the Bible from tbe public schools has been introduced In the Illinois Assembly. The Chica go Post and Mail says in regard to it: "If the general effect of reading the Bible in schools is favorable to virtue, sobriety, honesty, obedience to law, patrotism and other virtues which unite to make a good citizen, the duty of the State is to see that is is read to the youth, no matter whether the im mediate effect be to build up or pull down any given theological creed." HOTEL ARRIVALS. PICO HOUSE. Q Christopher, 8 F J Light Held, Bear VI TElnghram, do S Growe, s America T Knell P Kaiser, .Switzerland Tim Blink, Squiishtown ST. CHARLES—BaIarI 4 Uaring. Proprietors. I Llever, Si' W J Hit l. Mass A J Doollttle, Nev Co J H Cole, Dixon P Osterman, Cucmgo C B Richardson, S F W X Creed, Wlmgn WWcmu-li, do A Waite, Nietos D A Itisiey, do FRlos.Sßrbra LOohn, do M Rlttler, S Brndno EW c i (.enter, do CHnrrls, do H T Tnvlor, Oakland L Walker, Kan C F Megglller, Ohio C B Davis, Princeton W H Webb, S Diego A D Francis, Mass S M 'l uck, N H UNITED STATES—Hamme A 1> uiker, Prps. B C Prag, Orange C B llal >h, Pnmnt JTrolten, Spadra OF. i h .; rioth, Ohio E Laurens, do JF s h v, do M Castreo, Sonoma J MC\< I, S F J Gray, Delano J C Campbell,B F FCornolt, do J Oftughcli, do A Gunnison, Pnmt CEM ich, do J CGuin, Oakland G Davis, Truxton F Van Ness, Col Mrs It we,H F P Lam born, Puente WJ White, 111 C R Short, S Ana NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION —OF THK — i. o. o. f. Iv honor of the fifty-sixth v \c:sury of their establish iih.nl 111 America, by s Procession. Oration AN D BALL! Monday, April 26, 1875. Members of the Order will assemble at Odd Fellows' Hall ut 12 o'clock x., where the pro cession will be formed, and start at 2 o'clock sharp. The oration will be delivered by C. N. FOX, P. G. M., (Of .San Francisco), at Turn ■ Verein Hall. In the evening there will be a GRAND BALL At the suuie place. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. H. Burdlck, Jos. Huber, .Ir., A. W. Hutton, H. H. Harmon, E. A. Preuss, Jr., A. Frank, J. Kuhrts, J. M. Bassett, J. Towusley, C. \j. Mps, J. R. Summers, M. W. Cliilds. OFFICERS OF THE DAY. Horace Burdick President A. W. Hutton Vie.-President Rev. Wm, 11. Hill, P. ii. M Chaplain Constant Meyer urund Marshal ASSISTANT MAK.MIALB. J. W. Gillette, j. ,vi. Bassett, C. C. Lips, J. Huber, Jr. A I us. S. Benjamin, W.W.Robinson, W. A. Spalding, Thos. Gates. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. (WHITE HOSKTTKO.) W. W. Robinsou, Thos. Gules. T. E. Rowan, J. m. Riley, I. J. Smith, J. Kuhrts. FLOOR COMMITTEE. (RKD KOSETTES.) L. Loeb, . E. A. Preuss, Jr., J. S. Carr, H. Burdick, Geo. McLane, E. H. Owen. DOOR eOMMITTEE. (BLUE ROSETTES.) A. Lv Bath, 8. Bo..jc.iiiu, ii. o. murarlaml. TICKETS (IncludingHupperi - - $3.00 To bo had of any member of lliu Executive Committee. Nste.-A cordial invitation is extended to all ssjournmg brothers of the Order hi good standing who are requested to report to s. Uenjamln, at the store of C. Jaeoby, Downey Blook. Main street, previous to the day of cel ehration. NOTICE.—No tickets will be reoelved at the door unless countersigned by a member ofthe Order and presented by the original holder. WASHINGTON TRACT! MAGNIFICENT CITY PROPERTY SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY —TO— OBTAIN HOMES ON EASY TERMS 99 Building Lots, 450x150 FEET, WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION On the 2ist Instant. THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED ON THE West side of Flgueroa street, trom Third to Sixth street. NONE of these lots are over FIVE HUN DRED FEKT from tlie terminus ofthe Spring and sixth Street ituilrood, mid command a MAONIFICENT VIEW or the valley and ocean. Altogether they afford the MOST CHARM ING RESIDENCE SITES in theeitv yet of fered for sale. WATER can be furnished IN PIPES under a pressure of over 100 feet from my reservoir ou the hills. TEB M S : On all amounts under $500, one-half cash, and one-half In six mouths. All amounts above $5"0, one-third cash, one third in six months, one-third lv one year, with 1 per cent Interest per month orl percent per month premium allswed on all sums paid In advance. Anyone may buy at his own valuation, all uo limit will be placed on the price of lots. These lots may be reached by way of Tem ple street to Hope, Hope to Third, and Third to Flgueroa street, with uu easy grade all the way. A MAP OF THE TRACT may be seen at my office on SPRING STREET, or at JONES & NOYES' AUCTION HOUSE. , j P. BEAUDRY. aplVtd GUM TREES. X WILL DELIVER ANY QUANTITY OF I c. ■! pro In this or San Ber nardiuo county, ruuglur. in height from 6to lies, within six mom • >>m date of con tract, at from six to twelve o< i its per irwe. Address, RALPH ROGERS, Orange, Los Angeles Co. Los Angeles, April 2, 1875. up« ly DRY COODS. SPRING 1 © 7 Si m CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Lou AugelcH, Cal, GRAND OPENING IYTHIiSOfIS W3IV3IAI! QF. jj SPRING .Hilifujafl Omit!i?M , rid ...CM Is; H ■ .ttttsi&'fni luotitiwi AND ,T33n OQ.xOd SUMMER DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, ON Monday) March 29th, 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. ■ill» NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID J/I | ff \!J lAt 1 1 f\mm*% #| OPPORTUNITY. ~SGfr?€_ ftOOIIrtSHUG SANTA GERTRUDES LANDS. 3N O W iTTUij OO a « , 5,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. J2UO-H MA Mil OA. 8 These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION -—ON — ,V > .AM>OAB SAM S UM MONDAY, TUESDAY, A..NL> WEDNESDAY, .junisW jfoßfa «fcfi!o-taiil April 19th. 20th and 21st, 1875, IN 5, 10, 20 and -40 ACRE TRACTS. Tr I■?■ ' jj3T' w» I~■ _ % fin « I * ______ The Kiel) B jttom Lauds, of whioh there are over 2,000 acres, produce two crops per an num, vis: Barlty, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This is also the finest possible land for A Half i and all kinds of fruits aud vegeta bles. The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which can be Irrigated, is the finest iv the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Uiupesof the best quality grow here to per fection. Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal nut Orchards flourish most luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Orange orchards In full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has Just completed a WATER DITCH 0\ er the choicest portion of theii table lands and purchasers will have the right to water without charge, such an opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered und perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit culture, will not occuragulu. Rail Road Improvements. The row railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the southern portion of our tract. We will offer lauds 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 ln the world. THE CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. Jj,revivea tlie nival id and tr reslstubly draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract is about ten miles from Los Ange les, the same distance Irom Anaheim, two miles Irom Downey City, and from one to four tulles from Norwalk Station. The Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES &, NOYES, Auctioneers. EDWARD McLEAN, Managing Agent. mrio