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ONE DOLLAR per Square often llnea, flrat insertion, anit twknty-pivic cents per Square tbPMon ettb—quenl Insertion. WANTS- COST- - >UND. A GOOD DRESS - M vKER, CUT ter ana fitterdesires em. . ,-meiit by the day or week, or would like permanent em ployment. Pleasoq all or .send oard lo Ma dame !(., room 48, U. S. Hotel. aplB iW_[ \hj ANTED. -A man and wile; thelormer . , Jo do general farm work, and the wife to ii<i (be house-work, cooking, washing, etc. Apply to "Q." al this otHee. all It• CTURNITURE, sioves. Carpets, Matting. ' •*«)., etc, bought at furniture store. No, U Aliso street. 1». A. SI'KKN. apt tf WANTED. A situation' by a Uidv to do sewing at hiinio nr in a funillv by the diiy or piece 10 suit oastttmorg. chlldren'ii clothing a special! v. Inquire on Olive street between 7th and Bth. .Mils. HOUTON iiniaNn" O OOMS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms • » with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. . , l)0\l()tf A NSW WILCIIX & UIUUB SEWING Ma chine for saleat 26 per cenL less than cash price. Inquire at this Offlce. novlttif FOR SALE-FOR RENT. FOR RENT.-A furnished up stairs room in a pleasant location, one block from Ihe Court-liouso. Inquire at tills office, ,',. aplg lw FURNISHED ROOMS. -I here are line suiiesand single furnished rooms, with sunny exposure, to let at the Kirn bull Man sion New High street.. The house Is beauti fully situated on un elevation, command ing a charming view of mountain and valley. apis lw BUSINES3 OPPORTUNITIES A fine paying store business, qf.l.oiM); Half Inter est Iv a manufacturing business (a monopoly), 42500: hall Interest In ntundry business, long established and paying well, $1,000; also a pleas an I and prottiaide ostVe business, fSSOi Apply to.M. 11. KI.MUALL A CO., 10 Spring street. upl7 lw ALL KinDS OF FLOWIR AND vegetable seeds, lutely imported lioin France, for sale at John Urelik's Silk House, 00 Main street. aplalm FURNISHED ROOMS TO Llt-Ai 1 Joan Grelik's silk House 011 Mum St., with or without board apU lm POR RENT.—A brick dwelling-house, I containing live rooms and bath room Apply top. MCCARTY, Hill street, between Second and Third, or to .1. ]~ WARD. als lw COR SALE. -A housu ami lot on New ■ ifigh stPHel, fronting tne I'iCO House. Als ~ five building lots near Spring and Sixth SO eel Railroad. Knquireot.l. R. SUMMERS, at Workman Bros. aplli tl FOR SALE.—A heavy spring wagon, with top, made by one of Hh- best car rtage-tnakefg in tin State, and neatly as good ps n«w. Can be seen at Steven's stable, or addruss Hosfoftln • Box illi. aprlltf FOR SALE.-l'lquor Store for sale, with lioise and wagon; also furniture and fix lures. Apply to L. SIMON, up 7 2w» No. 7 Aliso street. FOR SALE. — » lot of Thoroughbred rains. Enquiroot'S LEVY, No. 33, cOl ner Aliso and Alameda streets. apo FOR SALE, - Thoroughbred Durham Hull and COW! the first 8 and ihp latter 7 years old; the cow with calf. Knquir'eol WM. J, HILL, Aiialielin.' apt lm MONEY LOANS Negotiatedby the firm of J, M, BALDWIN, im iatf 7» Iff Downey Block. "miscellaneous. r» .ST OFFICE EMPORUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the Postpfllcu building, Where she will sell every thing In tin.' Stafloiu j-y line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mtWf CEO. S. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OFFICE WITH COMPTON A BIN FORD, corner Court and Spring streets. P. O. box GU2. apl tf East Los Angeles & Main Street OMNIBUS LINE. PELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor TIME TABLB. EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES Downey Park. Intersecting Main and spring streets. Leaves. Arrives. Limes. Arrives. 6:30 A. K. 7::t0 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:110 v 0:00 " 8:;«) " 8:: to " 9:JO " 10:20 *' 9:fKi " !):40 " 10:30 " 12:00 M. 11:30 '* p:00 « 1:00 P.M. 2:20 P. M. 1:50 P.M. 1:30 p. M. 2:10 '•' 4:00 ' " 3:30 . 3:10 " 4:2u " 5:4b " 5:.'0 " 4=50 '! tJ:OJ (• 0:30 " ft:3o 'f Sixteen Tickets for $1. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRoDRICK * CO., At the well kiio.hi BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Hpriutt street, adjoining the Postoffice, Is offering to his friends and the public in general, the finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain and Musical-Work Boxes, Musical De canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios, LApIES! 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 All 4 hundreds of other articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will bo spared to meet the wants ofthe public, and I hPPe 10 merit a fair share >f patronage. 'janS/lf b LEWIS LEWIN. S. L. DEWEY. Wa«• o 11 Depot. 173 MAIN STREET, Mrlcli Builtline. near Second St.. KEEPS ALL KINDS OF i.,»rt«tiorti*iß4 to oikJdnitioO Wagons, j pugglea;. Open, top, singe and double horse, phsetons, with or without top. Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold Fine Whips, Night and Dress Blankets, Linen Sheets, Linon Lap Robes, English Plush Do. AGENT FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Fntnclspo, Makers of every variety and style of road vehicles of the latest patterns Und the best material aud finish. Also,extra fine double nnd Single harness made to order. A gumple ol their light buggy harness may be seen In store. Also jfc2AGrJL.JE HAY jPRKSH, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Leveler & Scraper. s Does the work of twenty men. Come and see. mr23 tf CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1875. GOLD REPORT SAN KitANoistio. April 19. ojold.lhV ureenbaeks—Buying, 87; selling. 88. I.OCAL BREVITIES. The steamer Los Angeles will sail lor San Francisco to-morrow. The Kalorama is due to-day, with 210 tons of freight. The "champion whistler" hasgone to Stockton. The brig Tanner Mi led from Santa Monica yesterday for another supply of wharf material. 1 Two oats of wool were shipped from the depot on Sunday and three yester day. An olliee ofthe Western Union Tel egraph is shortly to be established at Santa Ana, with a lady operator in charge. A call is published this morning for a meeting of the Cosmopolitan CIIIU at Leek's Hull, at 7:3U o'clock this evening. JlTj.. ' \ An extra train was dispatched down the Anaheim road yesterday, with poles for the new line of the Western Union Telegraph. An application for a town site for San Juan Capistrano was filed in the U. 8. Land Office by Judge O'Melveny yesterday. This is the first applica tion of the kind ever riled here. General J. R. McConnell and Messrs. J. D. Bicknell and J. M. Rothchild have formed a law co-partnership, with Offices No. 30 ami 41, Temple Block. Their card upbears this morn ing. M tf -owT oldobO w«] The auction sale of the Park tract, the property of Mr. Williams, lias been postponed until the 27th aud2Bth instants. This postponement is on account of the Otld Fellows' celebra tion, which takes place on the 2(}th. We find in the proceedings of the Supreme Court, now in fccssion, that Rev. J. W. Stump, formerly pastor of the M. E. Church pf this city, has been admitted to practice Juw in the Courts of this State. A Father Matthew Temperance As sociation was organized Sunday night at Steams' Hftll, and the following officers elected: President, D. VV. Fitzpatrick; Vice-President, William Clayton; Treasurer, Daniel Dougher ty; Secretary, Thos. Hill. Angetilo Lodge, No. 10 r i, I, O, O. F., will hold its regular motting at seven o'clock Sharp next Monday a Van! Hp, after the parade and exercist s of the day. Every Odd Fellow, in «ood stand ing, in the city is invited to be present. The Washington tractj which jg soon to he placed mi the market by Mayor is growing in popular estimation daily. Pipes for water cor? nection with the Beautify worka are already on the ground and will be laid iv a short time. The young man who was promen ading on Fort Hill, last Sunday even ing, with his girl, and felt so nice, and comfprf.able, and got to saying sweet things and star-gazing and forgot himself generally, aud backed off the embankment and fell about forty feet down into Buena Vista Avenue, is getting better, We have always despised medicine but when we look In at Littleboy & Davis', 102 Main street, we are almost tempted to taste some of it —every- thing looks so neat about the estab lishment. Call and see how nice it is; even sick babies take their physic with smiling couutenauces. The auction sale of the town plat in the Southern portion of the city, owued by Mr. W. H. Brooks, Bancroft & Thayer and others, passed oft' suc cessfully yesterday. Nineteen of the lots were sold within an hour, averag ing $295 each. The highest brought $335 and the lowest $237. The most pomplete arrangements are making for the poming Odd Fellows' celebration, and it will no doubt sur pass anything of its kind ever before Field in Los Angeles. Past Grand Master C. N. Fox of San Francisco, the Orator of the Day, is expected to arrive on the 24th. The festival of the Jewish Passover commenced last pY e pipg| aud tinue one week. A sprmpn appropri ate to the occasion will be delivered at the Synagogue this morning at 11 o'clock by Rabbi Edelman. Th e re M" Jjous cererhopies as imposed by the ewish religion will be closely observed in our city. Jt is a notable fact that in our late cohl spell the fruit and vegetables on the high lands and foothills suffered little or no injury, while Jack Frost took a good nip in the valleys. Even the taller trees suffered less than the vines, young limes and bushes whicli grew near the ground, There Is, doubtless, a principle of philosophy to be evolved from these premises, aud We would gladly hear the theories of some of our savants on the subject. The Prodigal Returned. Some \i\up since a considerable stir was created in our city on the an» nouncement that a lad named Frank Miller had strayed away from his home and was not to be found after the most diligent search had been if •tituted. Telegrams were sent. t« San Pranpisuo aud every part of tbe Slate where It was thought he might have gone, and detectives were placed* on watch on the principal avenues of travel, but all seemed of no avail, At that time the Hbkald published the full circumstances of the oase, to gether with ft description of the lost boy | and it seems that this was more effective than all the other means resorted to, Mr, Miller walked Into our office last night, leading the prod igal by the hand, and he was one of the happiest men we have seen since the wur. The boy made a clean breast •of his He had left the city three-Weeks ago on foot; walked about half way to Los Nietos, and wus then taken up by Mr. Vance, who carried him the rest of the dis tance In ins wiifron, What sort of a story he told this gentleman we are unable to surmise, imt.ii must have been ingenious enough to allay all suspicions, us his benefactor took the lad to his-home and tutt wards pro cured a place for him with a neighbor named Phelsin. Here the boy did "chores" for his board, and, it seems, got along first-rate. He told us that he was to have an extra allowance of $5 if he hud remained another month. In tbe weekly HERALD of the 10th inst., Mr. Vance saw our story of the runaway and quickly surmised its ap plication. He communicated with the boy's father, and the result was as we have stated. "We have you to thank for it," said Mr. Miller, as he left us, holding on to the little fellow with a fatherly grip, aud hardly knowing whether to laugh or cry over the affair. Carter's Excursion Party. Entxoß. Herald: Please make note in your paper that I 'shall be in Los Angeles ou Wednesday and Saturday ofthjsweck at C..N. Wilson's office. 1 leave on the Senator the 2oth for San Francisco and will be at the Russ House after arrival till the sth of May, starting for the East that day with the excursion. Persons wishing to see me will please call on me as above. Yours, N. C. Cakter. San Gabriel, April 19th. w , SpanisUlems. „ riransluted for the llKitAi.i>from La Cronica) Commercial street was the scene of a brawl on Wednesday night,in whicli James Rennet caused serious damage to a certain Morgan's head, sending it through a window without any cere mony. They were both arrested by Officers Thomas aud Dobson. Don Domingo Rlvari, of the Ksper anza store, was lately the recipient of a present from his wife, in the shape of an iiiftint girl. Don Francisco Machado will leave in a few days for Sun Francisco with a drove of cattle to appease the appe tites of our up-country friends. Mr. W. A. Dalton, of Aausa, is in formed by letter from Altar, Sonora, of the ravages caused in that section to crops by the sudden cold winds which nave ptevailed after an unusu ally wai'Ui spell of weather. The wheat crop, which was expected to be lar-re, will probably full short of the usual product for some years past, Onthelith inst., Don Juan Pablo Serrano breathed his last in the ran cho del Toro, at the age of 49 years, deceased leaves a wife and two sons, besides a large number of friends, to mourn his death. We find registered on the books of the Catholic Church of this city, three deaths, eight baptisms 'and two mar riages during the week. From a letter to La Cronioa from Lone Pino, we translate the following interesting item relutlve to the assas sination of N. Perascich, in Darwin City, about a month ago: "E. and M. Perascich, brothers of the murdered man, Mtsl Mr. Fetrovick, his partner in business, passed through this place oh their way to Darwhi. Their object is to convey the remains of Hit. T-eTnr, --cich to San Francisco. • * * * Ashim, the chief assassin of Mr. Pe rascich, has been .held to appear Before the Grand Jury, which meets next May. His bonds were fixed at $20,000 cash, deposited with the County Treasurer, or $40,000, real estate in this county; but as neither Jews nor Christians wish to go on his bond for a single dollar, hp will undoubtedly make them pay for the few yards of pord necessary to send him to another world." . inelfl Anaheim Items. fFrom the Anaheim Gazette.] We are pleased to learn that the vineyar ds are all coming out in fine shape, and that the prospect for a full crop is good. Dr. Hayward, of Orange, informs us that not a single vine op his farm was injured by the frost. This he at tributes to tie fact that, as he never irrigates, the soil had sufficient warmth to resist the frost, In the final report of the Superin tendent of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex press in regard to the amount collected in aid of the Kansas and Nebraska sufferers, we find that Anaheim con tributed four dollars. Bully far Ana heim! The Catholic Bishop, Mora, ou his recent visit to Anaheim, presented to the members of the Catholic Church a beautifully bound edition of tbe Bible, in live volumes, to be put up at a raffle and the proceeds to be applied to the building of the uew Catholic Church. Rev. Rob't Strong, Superintendent pf Westminster Colony, informs us that one hundred families in Arkansas desire to settle on lauds adjacent to the pploiiy. Mr. Strong is confident that during the months of May and June there will be a vast incoming of popoulation. At the last visit of the Superintend ent of Irrigation, the upper end of the ditch was completed with the excep tion of putting in the gates. Seven thousand four hundred feet have been finished at a cost of $94(1, which is a very small sum when we consider that one thousand cubic feet of rock were removed. The tt O. O. F. of Anaheim and Orange, will hold a public meeting at the hall ip Anaheim on ihe morning ofthe 28th inst.," to Which every one is invited, in the afternoon a pionic will be held OU the Strobel Grouuds, and iv the evening a ball at Enter prise Hall will wind up the festivities. A difficulty occurred at Newport, on Wednesday, in regard to (lie posses aion of some land near tide water, plalmed by Mr. McFadden, and also by some by tbe name of Wil son. As reported to us, it seems that a faction of the McFadden party took possession of the Wilson's house, dur ing their absence, and on their return the fight of ownership to the dwelling was disputed and argued pro and con with clubs, Btones, stick*., old bones and other little missiles commonly used iv gentlemanly debates of that character. Heveral of the party car ried off evidences of the playful re marks made with rocks and clubs dur ing the interesting Not being satisfied with the result of the* investigation as regards ownership of the disputed tract, the case has been adjourned to Justice Johnson's apart ments at Sauta Ana, where the .argu ment will be divested of mnny of its most striking features. j Only Workers Wanted. Home people iire disappointed who find their way to Southern California. They did not come to work; they want to "go into business." By that they mean that they want to trade on the industry of others. Many young and able-bodied men want a clerkship. They have no wish to produce any thing to sell; they want to buy and sell what ether people have produced; they prefer to pay a little less than the thing is wortli and sell for a little more than it is worth; they are specu lators, on a larger or smaller scale, in the productions of the people who do work to some purpose. Now, above all things, Southern California wants producers. Adven turers and speculators are not coveted. "Swapping jack-knives" in real estate or anything else is not the way to de velop and enrich a country. A little downright work pays well, and is the surest thing after all. Workers are wanted, and they can find work that will pty. Traffickers in the produc tion of other men's Industry are not wanted.— Santa Barbara Press. This is good sound doctrine and we commend it to the consideration of our Eastern readers. There are more clerks, book-keepers, bar-tenders, gen eral handy men and quidnuncs in the city now than can find employment. But there are business opportunities for meu of capital aud experience and thousands "of fertile acres unfilled. Laboring men and mechanics are also welcome, and will not remain long unemployed. Santa Barbarisms. [Krom the l'ress.] Notice was received by Mr. Archer last week that the Grizzlies were dis turbing his hives over the mountains. Mr. Archer's "sweet cattle" are dis tributed at various points where situation and pasturage is found most favorable. The reported invasions are on a bee-ranch on the stage road near tbe sulphur springs. Mr. Archer has gone to the seat of war armetl and equipped with poison, pistols, traps and everything deadly antl dangerous to bears. Bruin may nave some rights to wild bee-trees, hut he runs fearful risks when he puts his swtet tooth into patent bee-hives. Santa Barbara now puts in a plea for the largest rose. Leas than a year ago Dr. Li. N. Dimmlck placed in his grounds a rose plant, the King of Noisettes, Marecbal Neil. This has extended over a trellis arching one of his gardeu walks. Within the last sixtlays a shoot some three feet in length has grown from the foot of this trellis. On this stock, surrounded by half a dozen vigorqus buds, hangs to day tbe champion rose of the world in size and perfection. The Mareohal Neil is a cupped variety of rose having a lemon tint and with a delicate and delightful perfume. This rose is 16| inches in circumference, its shortest diameter five inches, and the measur ment in various directions from tip to tip of petals is over six inches! The depth of the rose is fully three Inohes. This we claim is the largest rose on record. Another marvelous thing we noted before -leaviug the grouuds of n»» T\: ~. *~.:i. tin u.-j. ..mvw.uoo of the Le Marque variety. A com mon felt hat covered the space in which were counted the above num ber of buds. Panamist. Senator Stewart and Mr. Rains ar rived in Panamint last Wednesday, and found everything in good shape. The ladies and gentleman of the place ( jot up an impromptu party and took lim by surprise. The Senator enjoyed it as in days of yore. No traces ofthe infirmities of age were discoverable while he was whirling in the mazes of the dance. The remains of Perasich are to be sent to San Francisco. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BACKMAN HOUSK-Mr, <t Mrs, Baokman. C Miller * wf JK Harsbrough, Nev H 8 Annprsey, wf A c, C Davis, do Mrs X * Douglass, 111 JC Klrkpatrlck.wf &2c B F Burgos <fe fmy 8 Wiliets A wf Mrs J Pippher Mrs G X Elliott A fiuy Mrs E A Wallace Miss J Gordon, Conn PICO HOUSE. G Lunder A wf, 8F W Vandever, lowa P Husbfeki, do J M Culi>nil»as, 111 C Benjamin, do H J Stuart, Cblno H 0 W While, do G D Plate, Anbtn J H Brud, do R J Christie, s Brnd J lilum, do RKShermln, do H N Marsten, do J Portoyis A wf, Nev J Locke, M Mouipa 8 H Buttertleld, Dwny J McFudden, s Ana J M Gonsales, Tmcula H Duise, Wlinngn J B Harris, 8 P R X J Marquand O -ansom ST. CHARLES—SaIari A Garing, Proprietors. T Fitzslmmons, 8 F W Cacy, S Diego W C Stewart, do J Marttisse, do F X While, do AM Kenniston, 8 Brd 1 Whertheimer, do J McFuuden, S Ana W M Sealon, do MA Spurgeon, do F E lnghan, Pa N T Wood, H Juan Henson, Anhin J Lnney, spa^ia WR Olden, do A Hall, do J B Byrd, do J B Lee, Downey W X Creed, do 1,8 Rigdon, Pa F I- March, do AG Lester, Ky J E Beacon, Negri! R 01 MUM, do G DCumming, Mioh UNITED. STATES—HammeI A Denker.Prps. F M Girard, Moon Fit W J Marshall, Lynn 8 P Collins, BDiego J F nuiples, Anhm T Rundell, do R M Thompson, do J Kve, do F N Roshlldo, do Mrs Renney, S Brnd Prof Dean, do G T Wf 11, N V W Growl her, do N Howell,CuoamonguJ Wagner, do H C Sumerbruk, do P Ryan, Ohio R Parker, St Paul PGleason.do J C Gunn, Oaklund R F Hurley, Spadra F Van N nys, AT F J Stockes, do .1 HiggliiK, Sue J Hudson, do X Muufilth,do 11 Wells, SF W Mark, d.o J A Bennezer, Cmptn VV Host, Mass J Cubbon,S Ann A G Broun, do R McFudden,do R h Scherwin.S Brnd J Dabney, do A F Jucquuesa, do TG Winks, do WHChilsty, do PE.y.Aiiuhm Mrs Lyan, 8 F T Reiser, do X Hantp, d.Q 0 T Ludwig, 8 Jose C Nelson, s \na VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER «« Main St., I.os A iifjelcs. « l»l Keeds on hand the Largest and Hest Assort ment of Metallc and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds, Trimmings, etc., etc., In this City, direct from the ttast. Dealers in the country will n>l |l to their Intercut to give him« call, as lie 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. knrl7ti ~ W. BORROWE, CONTRACTOR FOR RAILROAD unit street grading, macadamizing, pav ing and general improvements. Agent Babcock Fire Extinguisher. OFFICE—36 Main street, Los Angeles. ftPH tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Tmiyelsw —OF Til- In honor of the llfty-slxto anniversary of their establishment In America, by a Procession, Oration AND BALL! Monday, April 26, 1875. Members of the Order will a.-s.-mble at Odd Kellows' Hall at 12 o'clock m.. where the pro cession will be formed, and start at 2 o'clock sharp. The oration will be d hvered by C. N. FOX, P. G. M., (Of San Fronclsc ), at Turn ■ Verein Hall. In the evening there will be a GRAND BALL At the same place. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. H. Burdlck, Jos. Huber, Jr., A. W. Hutton, H. H. Harmon, E. A. Preuss.Jr., A. Frank, J. Knhrts, J. M. Bassett, J. Townsley, C.,;. ■ I pa, J. H. Summers, M. W Cnilds. OFFICERS OF THE DAY. Horace Burdlck President A. W. Hutton \iee-Presld. Nt Rev. Wn. H. Hill, P. G. M Chaplain Constant Meyer Grand Marshal ASSISTANT MARSHA IS. J. W. Gillette, J. \|. liassett, C. C. Lips, J. Huber, Jr. AIDS. S. Benjamin, W.W.Robinson, W. A. Spalding, Thos. Gates. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. (WHITE ROSETTES.) W. W. Robinson, Thos. Gates, T. E. Rowan, J. M. Riley, L J. Smith, J Kuhrt«. FLOOR COMMITTEE. ' (RED ROSETTfcS.) L. Loeb, . E. A. Prenss, Jr., J. 8. Carr, H. Burdlck, Geo, MoLane, E. H. Owen. DOOR COMMITTEE. (BLUE KOSETTKg.) A.L.Bath, 8. Benjamin, H. D. MoFarland. TICKETS (Including Supper; - - $3.00 To be hud of any member of the Executive Committee. Note.—A cordial Invitation is extended to all sojourning brothers of ihe Ordei In good standing who are requested to report to -. Benjamin, at the store of C. Jaeo 1 jr. Downey mock. Main street, previous to mv day of cel ebration. MOTICE.-No tickets will be received at the door uniesii ouuutersiun d by a member ofthe Old'r and presents, by the original oolder, SALE OF FASHIONABLE CITY LOTS iiy auction: ON Monday and Tuesday, April 86th and «7"tli. 64 Lots in Blocks 72* and 73, Fronting on Flgueroa, on Hope, on Tenth and on Eleventh Sts. ONLY A SHORT WALK FROM the terrainu- of the Sixth Street Ratl road. The neighboring blocks aredotled with beautiful cottages. These blocks adjoin the residence of Mr. Sluuson, and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder by auc tion. TERMS: On*-Half rash; One.Half In 81 x Months, with One par cent. Iv tterest. Five Per Cent. Off for Cash! W. M. WILLIAMS, Owner. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. N. B.—Title Beyond Dispute. apie td QEO. N. JONES. K. W. NOYES. OLDEST AUCTION & COMMISSION HOUSE In Southern California. Real Estate a Specialty Furniture, Horses, Carriages and Merchan dise bought or sold on commission. Liberal advances made on consignments. Regular sale day for Horses, Carriages, Fur niture, etc., Saturday at 11 O'clock A. M. CHARGES ALWAYS REASONABLE. JONES A NOYES, apiK tf Corner Temple Block and Spring St. "trees, flowers, etc, THE UNDERSIGNED BEC I leave to inform the public thai VOk/J -they have for sale a choice lot or orna jSJS(e mental trees, shrubs, flowering plants In pots. Everything lv the line of Seeds, Flowers and Plants Constantly on hand. Bouquets, wreaths, crosses, etc., made to order at reasonable & rices at the Guidon, Wilmington street, near ew Commercial. We have also A Practical Gardener, Who will lay out and take care of gardens, either by contract, per month, or by the day. ap7 2m SCHAEFFER 4 STENGEL CHARLES RUTHARO'S Scroll Sawing and Carving Establish ment IS NOW AT HIS OWN PLACE, OL- I ive street, between tenth and Eleventh streets orders left at his box at G. H. Wohl er's undertaking establishment. No. 8 Spring street, ><ill receive prompt.attention. alB lw GIVING UP BUSINESS. Choice Groceries at Auction! ALSO, COUNTERS, (SHELVES, SCALES, CANDY JARS, ETC. Saturday Morning at 9 O'clock. Corner Sprint; and Court Streeta AHFKEU MOO BE, Auctioneer. SW Also a Mare and Colt (choice). al6'2t CAK U . MADAME MUSE BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS of schools and the public generally of Los Angeles that she will take pupils lor In struction on the Piano and Organ. For par ticulars apply at Mr. Lewis Lewln's Book store. mr3o tf AREVALO & FALLKENAU, '1' X ACHERS OF MUSIC. Olliee In I.aufraueo's BalldlnK, Mala Street, No. 74. WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE PIANO, Guitar, In Singing and the Spanish lan. guago, at pupil's homes or at our office. We Form Classes for Singing and Spanish. OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO 12 A. M. la9t( DRY GOODS. SPRING CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Low Anjroloti, Cal* GRAND OPENING I YTB3LIQSZI YTXO OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS A. NX) CLOTHING, ON Monday, March 1% 187 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., Proprietor*. mr3B-lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID~ OPPORTUNITY. SANTA GERTRUDES 5,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT ■ f••lvi'Mfntt «o 111 nmm *r AUCTION ON Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 26th, 27th and 28th, 1875. IN 5, 10, %tO and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are over 2,000 acres, produce two crops per an num, vis: Barliy, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bnshels ' per acre. This is alse the finest possible land for Alfalfa aud all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which can be Irrigated, Is the finest in the county. Table, Wine and Raisin (i runes 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 orchHrds In full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has Just competed a WATER DITCH Over the choicest portion of theli table hinds and purchasers *UI have ihe right to water without eliarge. Such an opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered aud perfectly adapted to »emi-iroplcul fru t 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 offer lands within from one to three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as auy now under cultiva tion, and there are none better in the world. XHU CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid and Ir rcsistably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract is about ten miles -from Los Ange les, the same distance fi»"i Anaheim, two miles trbm Downey Clff. and from one to four miles from Nonr*'* (Station. .eioyiMajSLoj *c>i*oM The Terms, v«Hon Will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. EDWARD McLEAN, Managing Agent. ii rlO