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ONTS DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first insertion, and twknty-fivk cents per .Square for each subsequent insertion. WAISTS-LOST FOUND. STRAYED t> OR STO< the Ballonu Hunch, on Wednesday night three American horses, desc.r|ls>d aslolloVs : One brown, branded J on 101 l shoulder: two hay Horses, one branded T Oil left shoulder £_, l ln _"***.? 1 N 0,1 1,1 _P" A of iM will be paid for return of horses, if sto len,JHOo will be paid for their return and Ihe capture and conviction ol tho thieves; »l>a)lw» N. T. LUCAS. pURNITURE, Stoves, Carpets, Matting, ,\ . ~c ,<! ., etc., bought at furniture store. No. is ATlso street d. a. stern. . _ . apl tf \A7ANTED.-A (situation by a Lady to do " w sewing at home or In a fumlly by the day or piece to suit customers. Children* clothing a Specialty. Inquire on Olive street between 7th and Hth. MRS. HORTON. uirlo-2m'-' ROOMS.- FAMILY and single Rooms Willi board at Col, Peel's on Spring St. , novldtf A NEW WILCtIX & GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at this Office. novl'ltf FOR SALE—FOR Fj.ENT.~ COR SALE.—The furniture of (woT^d • rooms, a isewing machine and the uten sils id a kitchen, on very reasonable terms. Apply immediately on the premises, No. 41 Alameda Street, opposite M. Keller's. Fiu«. nlsliod rooms to let in,sumo building. a2O 2w C" OR RENT. -A furnished np-statrs room • in a pleasant location, one block from the Court-house. Inquire at this office. aplS lw FURNISHED ROOMS.-There are flat suites and single rurnlshed rooms, with sunny exposure, to let at tiie Kimball Man sion New High street. The house is beauti fully situated cm an elevation, commanding a charming view of mountain and valley. aplS lw DUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-* >lne W pa.\lin; store h,;sinos„, 3.U.1K1; half Inter est iv a manufacturing business (a monopoly), 18.60(1! half Interest in a lundry business, long established and paying well, 81,000; also a plinsnni and profitable Office business, (HOD, Apply toM. 11. KIM HALL * CO., 10 Springs Hlrcol. ap!7 lw ALL' KINDS OF FLOWER AND ff* vegetable seed.*, lately imported from Erunee, for sale at John (irelik's Hilk House, 011 Main street. aplslm TOLET-A. 1 Joint ulrell k's SI 11 House on Main St., withjnir without board. aplu lm POR R_*JT.-A brick dwelling-house, • containing five rooms and bath room. Apply toll. McCARTY, Ifdl street, between Second and Third, or to .). 1,. WARD. als lw POR SALE.-A house and lot on New » High street, fronting tne Pleo House. Also, five building lots near Spring and Sixth Sheet Railroad. Enquire otJ. K. SUMMERS, at Workman Bros. a pls tf FOR SALE. -A heavy spring wagon, with top, made b.y one of the best car nage-makers in ihe Stale, and nearly as good as new. Can be seen at Steven's Stable, or address PostoWce lio.. I 111. aprlltf FOR SALE.-Liquot Stoic lot sate, with tioise and wagon; also furniture and fix tures Apply to L. SIMON, up 7 2w" No. 7 Aliso street. COR SALE. — S lot of Thoroughbred 1 rams. Enquire of S.LEVY, No. 3S, cor ner Aliso and Alameda streets. apt) FOR SALE. — Thoroughbred Durham Hull and cow; the llrstS and the latter 7 years old; the cow witli calf. Enquire of WM. .1. II ILL, Anaheim. aptlm K/lONEY LOANS Negotiated by the nrm IVI of .1. M. BALDWIN, in r 13! I' 79 1-a Downey Block. _____ MISCELLANEOUS. OFFICE EMPORUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the l'oslx)tlice building, where she will sell every thing in the Stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. mrfttf GEO. S. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OFFICE WITH COMPTON * BINFORD, corner Court and Sluing streets. P. O. box 01)2. ap4 tf East Los Angeles & Main Street OMNIBUS LINE. DELOH CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor TIIVXH- TABLE, EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES Downey Park. Intersecting Main and Spring streets. Leaves. Arrives. Leaves. Arrives. tf:3o A. M. 7:30 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:00 " 9:00 " 8:;i0 " 8:30 " 0:10 " 10:20 " 9:6u " 9:40 " 10:30 " I2;00 M. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 P. M. 2:20 9. M. 1:50 P. M. 1:30 P. M. 2:to " 4:00 " 3:80 " 3:10 " 4:_o " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 " fJRM " 0:30 " 0:30 " Sixteen Tickets for $1. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO HRODRICK <_ CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring street, adjoining the I'ostofHoe, Is offering to his friends and the public in general, Ihe finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, juvenile ami 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 other articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will be spared to meet tbe wants of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share ■if patronage. Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. 8. L. DEWEY, Wagon Depot, 173 MAIN STREET, Uriok Building, near Second <_t. J£EEPS ALL KINDS OF Wagons, Buggies, Open, top, singoand 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 FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Francisco. Makers of every variety and style of road vehicles of the latest patterns and the best material aud finish. Also,extra fine double and single harnoss made to order. A sample of their light buggy harness may be seen In store. Also KA.GI_I_ MAY PRESS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Leveler & Scraper Does the work of twenty men. Come and see. mr23 tf CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1875. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, April 19, Hold, 115. y Greenbacks-Buying, 87; selling, 88. LOCAL BREVITIES. The steamer Los Angeles sails for San Francisco to-day. The long-drawn land case of Morris vs. deCelis has again been appealed to the .Supreme Court. Six car-loads of wool were dispatch ed to Wilmington yesterday antl two remain in the depot for shipment. Any person desiring a good horse can buy one cheap by applying at the Grange Store. Mr. S. C. Foy will return to the city to-day. He has been in San Francis co attending the Grand Lodge of the Itoyal Arch Masons. We saw a man step on a piece of orange peel, yesterday, antl fall flat on the sidewalk. As he got up he re marked, "Helen Blazes!" The body of a man named Lake was brought in on the train from Spadra yesterday for interment. The gentleman died very suddenly at Spadra oil Monday. The workmen on the new depot building are now coming down on their home stretch. The house is en closed antl the roof is rapidly nearing completion. £ A lodge of the L O. B. B. is to be organized in. San Bernardino next Sunday. The members of Orange Lodge, of this city, will accompany Mr. J. N. Choynski, President of the Grand Lodge of the State, to assist iv the ceremonies. Mr. John F. Rowell of Providence, Rhode Island, is stopping at the Pico House. Mr. Rowell was for twenty years intimately connected with the educational interests of Rhode Island, and we hope will make his visit per manent. The case of Hellman, Haas & Co. against Blanchard, a teamster, on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was concluded in Justice Gray's Court yesterday. The argu ments were taken under advisement, antl a decision will probably be ren dered to-day. The case of Jesse D. Hunter, claim ant of a tract of land adjoining the Northwestern limit of the city, was on trial in the United States Laud Office yesterday. The case is taken under the Act of 1866, which provides for tho perfection of title where a val uable consideration lias been paid for the property and the original Spanish grant proves invalid. And now we are to have opera—the gennine thing. The troupe, which has been formed in our city, com prises Miss Jennie R'dlfitrth, Madame Frauzini, Signor Marra, B. Risoluti, and M. Lebrunie. The first opera will be "Don Pasquale," by Donizetti, to be presented in a short time, and if successful it will be followed by a series of the same kind of intertain ments. The Jewish congregation assembled at the Synagogue yesterday morning to participate in the opening services of the Passover. In connection with the religious rites of the day, Rabbi Edelman delivered an address in Eng lish of about thirty minutes duration. He reviewed briefly but eloquently the origin and history of the sacred feast. Services will be held at the Synagogue again to-day. We are glad to see our old friend Herman Morris of Downey again in the city. He has not visited us .before for several months, and in the mean time has been growing in wealth and avoirdupois. A look at his corporosity would indicate that he has been fed on those famous Los Nietos pump kins. Mr. Morris will remain in the city about a week during the celebra tion of the Passover. The rascals who circulated their bogus two-and-a-half pieces here have gone to San Bernardino. Kear ney, of the Guardian, says that he has been taken in with one of them. This shows the total depravity of the coun terfeiters. They will some day go to a place with more brimstone in it than that prepared for delinquent subscri bers. Think of it! taking two dollars and thirty-five cents in coin and a live newspaper for a piece of pewter cov ered with gold leaf! It ought to make an alabaster statue blush down to its toe-nails. East Los Angeles is looming up into the proportions of an independent city. We visited ! Ujs place the other day, and were surprised at its rapid and substantial growth. On every side houses are to be seen not yet old enougb to have made the acquaint ance of the painter's brush, but many of them already occupied for dwell ings. The hourly visit of the East Los Angeles stage, the going to and fro of loaded teams and visitors' bug gies and the sound of the hammer and saw on every hand, give an air of life and vigor which promises great things in the near future for our younger half across the river. Something New. Mrs. Helen M. Craig of Kentucky, one of the most celebrated artists in her line in the United States, is now in this city at No. 95 Spring street, and prepared to give lessons in the various branches of drawing, painting on white velvet, white silk, wax flow ers and shell-work, with all the latest improvements. Mrs. Craig invented the art of painting on white velvet, and we have never seen any painting to equal it in beauty, delicacy and durability. It is something new, and will supplant all other modes of paint ing for parlor ornaments. We recom mend the ladies to call and see Mrs. Craig at once. It is an opportunity that may not occur here again for many years. To see the specimens of her work is well worth the trouble of a visit. She brings with her the high est recommendations from different parts of the United States, and there are a few of our best citizens who knew her in former years and can also speak a good word in, her favor. SAN BERNARDINO. Tbe llnllroad Mltuatlou—Ha a Beruar dluo u;et« the * old KhoMlder—Effects of lb<- Keren! Front and the Dry Weather The Naw Mills at Work— molding ami Real Estate—The Com. I tig Election*. The engineers of the Southern Paci fic, under the order of Judge Under bill, are now engaged in laying out a town site about three miles from the corporate limits of this city. So the location of the depot is finally deter mined and our people feel badly. To be so near, and, yet so far from a rail road, is indeed trying to the feelings of the sensitive who have boasted with confidence that the road must pass through town. Some who were once skeptical, are now of the opinion that had the people of this place moved in concert with the Los Angeles and In dependence Railroad, the Southern Pacific would have treated the city of San Bernardino with more considera tion. There is perhaps yet time to co operate with the Independence road if some few of our leading citizens would move promptly in the matter. In common with nearly all South ern California, San Bernardino suf fered from the late cold spell. Most <>! the fruit is entirely destroyed and the grapes are more or less injured. The greater part.of the grain is suffer ing from I lie prolonged dry weather and some Is too far gone to be saved. There is but little snow low down ou the mountains and the mills are in full operation and lumber is becom ing abundant. Building is going on and about fifty houses are in progress of erection or under contract. The finishing touches are being given to the new Court House which is indeed a handsome building, but very badly planned. Real estate is looking up and several new agencies have been opened iv the last week or two. We are constantly in receipt of flat tering and encouraging reports from Bear Valley, concerning the wealth of which district there is no longer any doubt. There will probably be a good road graded by a nearer route from this place to the mines in order to secure the trade. In course of time all that trade will find its way to the L. A. & I. R. R. and San Bernar dino will derive but little advantage from it. The municipal election which takes place on the 3d of May, Is beginning to create excitement and will wax warm in a few days. The contest will be on Marshal, but from present indications, George Mattisou will walk away with his competitor, Mr. Thomas. Justices Wagner and Mathews are candidate for Recorder with the chances in favor of the for mer. There is not much said about the Trustees, but two or more tickets will be in the field. County and State political matters are beginning to excite attention. A correspondent of the San Francisco Chronicle writes that in San Bernardino Senator Conn is mentioned as a candidate for Gov ernor, Judge Rolfe and Satterwhite for the Senate and lurlgo Moo, 1 win om the candidate of the Independents for Congress. The claims of these gen tlemen have never been canvassed to our kuowledge. Mr. Conn does not want office, Judge Rolfe would not abandon his practice for the Senate, and Goodwin is not an Independent, norhasheany desire to be in Con gress. About a dozen candidates are already named for the respective county offices. More anon. X. Y. Z. Assay Office. We called at the office of Dr. V. Gelcich yesterday, and found that he had made some very valuable assays of silver ore. One came from Mexico, from the celebrated mine "Plancha de Plata." From 200 grains (Troy weight) the result was 50} grains pure silver. This result, calculating 2,000 pounds (Troy weight) gives 8,248 ounces, 6 dwts. and 6 grs. of pure sil ver, and this result, in U. S. gold coin, produces the prodigious sum of $10, --309 47 per ton. We saw the result of the Doctor's assay, it being sne of the most splendid ever seen, probably, in California. The specimen is now on hand and ready for inspection. We saw, also, a noble specimen from San Bernardino county, which assays $920 17} per ton (Troy weight). We saw other specimens at the Doctor's office, but at present are not at liberty to report them. We inspected the Doctor's new furnace and all its appur tenance, and found everything in good working condition, and there fore feel safe in saying that our min ing men need not rush to the metrop olis, under heavy expense, for their assays, when the same can be done here in a scientific and economi cal manner. We merely give out these hints from what we have our selves seen and do so for the benefit of thos*- who have-assays to be made and desire economy'and quick return. The Doctor's laboratory is open, and to those desiring to give him a cali, we can assure polite attentions at all times. See his card in our advertising columns. A Boon to United States Prisoners. During the last session of Congress a law was passed directing that? pris oners of the United States, who have been sentenced to imprisonment for a period exceeding six months, on being discharged from the Penitentiary shall be supplied by the warden of the prison, at the expense of the Govern ment, with a good plain suit of clothes and $5 in cash. The law which al lows a reduction in the term of sen tence for good behavior has been found to work effectively, and this additional amelioration of punishment may assist many a prisoner on the way to reformation. Just Hear Her! Mrs. Gordon, of the Stockton Lead er, say a that "the Examiner of a late date, to quote its own words, 'as a venerable representative of the Demo cracy, extends open arms for the re ception of Sister Lynch, of the Mendo cino Dispatch.' We shall never know when to cease suspecting the men. Col. Roach of the Examiner, whose head is glistening with the frosts of we don't know how many Winters, we should acquit of any desire to co quette with anything but the Govern orship—and as for Captain Moss—he's married. But we warn them anyway, that they mustn't flirt publicly through their papers. They are old enough to know better." Passengers Coming. The following is a list of passengers per steamer Ventura, which is due at San Pedro to-morrow: Mrs Smiley and sister, P H Swan, H D Sqtiaiah, L C Foodwin, 8 1 Grant, A G Mc- Creary, Mrs C Rice, F A Sampson, M P Cutter, A Folke, A Q Nixon, wife and two children, C D Mentry, Sam'l Brown, A M Lawrence, J Samuels, W Meredith, Mary Cerelll, M Sheath, C Brown and wife, P Riley, Mrs Shu lock, J W Stump, L. H Kuapp, G Car ter, T C Cochran, A G Dow, Miss E Edwards, LT Emory, D Freeman, J Harrold, M Swindles and wife, R X Woodruff, M Bush, George Carpenter, W F Kellett, S Dixon, P Auger, Mrs Sheath and two children, H Leonard, J M Bush. P Ryan, W J Polley, D Pierce. The sale of the Washington tract, which was to commence to-day, has been postponed until Monday and Tuesday, the 3d and 4th of May. Mayor Beaudry has concluded that he will lay a more extensive system of water pipes, connecting with his res ervoir, so that every portion of the tract may be well supplied before be ing placed on the market. Three thousand feet of pipe have been or dered and will be laid down, in addi tion to that already iv the ground. We fear the delay will disappoint many intending purchasers, but the property will be all the more valuable when it finally comes under the auc tioneer's hammer. A Cardinal in America an Anomaly. It cannot be denied that a Cardinal in New York will be a very anomal ous and uncomfortable position. There will be nobody with whom he can as sociate on equal terms. His rank is that of a prince. His costume, which lie must of necessity wear, will sub ject him to constant observation. Even in London Cardinal Wiseman found himself unpleasantly conspicu ous, although he was surrounded by Briuces and nobles. But Cardinal [cCloskey will be wholly segregated from all social surroundings, and set apart in his splendid trappings. He will be a most picturesque personage when he goes out for an airing or to an evening party clad in a complete suit of scarlet, even scarlet stockings, shoes and hat, and the wheels of his carriage must correspond in color. The broad-brimmed red hat, with its immense tassels, which typifies the sacred office of the Cardinal, is only worn on official occasions; and for ordinary purposes a red velvet hat without any brim is the usual cover ing on an Eminence.— Independent. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTORS. Deeds filed for record for the 18 hours ending April 21, 1875, as reported for the Herald by Judsou A Gillette, examiners of title, No. 39, Spring street, Los Angeles: A. Robinson et al. to L. A. Imm. A Land Co.-Agreement toconvey 877 acres In Raucbo Los Coyotes. B. D. Wilson to 0. P. Ergenbright.-Flve acres of Alhambra; $750. Mannasse A Schiller lo Real Estate Associ ates.-!* 83-100 acres in Morris Vineyard, W. MftJmlrffi&'h SnfTwire to S. A. Sheffield - 55 96-100 acres at N. E. corner of Anaheim; 52, --000. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PICO HOUSE. W B Golller, Mo WE Lalght, N V H D Lathrop, S F W M Ferguson, Ohio L A Lathrop, do F L Rlche, Cucumngo W Plnkuey, do Cp (Ihrlsteusen.Wluin JF Smith, do C J Lawrence, do S R Brown, do P C Tonner, Spadra L T Quake, do M A Peters, Orange R B Tuck, do EJ Nugent ST. CHARLES—SaIarI A Garing, Proprietors. G D Canning, Mich J L Rendol, S F - E J Nugent, Wlnign I) W Birch, do W Howard, do F Valdez, do J Leoveushal,Bulimias M Lyon,S Gbrl D A Bender A wf, Nev M S cushman, Sac W P Coon, Bear VI F F Perrls, S Brnd Seed man, do PA Ray nor, do A Jones, Spadra C C Hlgby, Orange HWAskin.do J W Grinsley, do G R House, Anhin W Wermuth, uo UNITED STATES—HammeI 4 Denker, Prps. Mrs Sennlngo, S F J J Eamey, Chill J Doan A wf, do SB Brown, lowa A Miller, do F M Schooley.do F House, do W A Sears, do J J Gough, do W C Conner, do B S Walker, Keruvl W Helfmyer, do W H FryerAdau, S Jse G W Strong, do G B Fiske, wf w sn, do A - mith, do C Riclander, Sac B Becker, do Mrs Sbunner A c, Sins J R Funk, Ohio W E Feulkes, Spadra J R McCloud, Ohio M F Guinn, do J Turner, Puente ARlcthbrookA wf.loaJ P Campbell, S F W 8 Teunant, NY MA Perry, Anaheim E G Scott, do J C Schlarbaum, do C T Davis, Mo J X Hansbrough, Mo VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER 66 Haiti St., Lo* Augeles, Cal. Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort ment of Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds. Trimmings, etc., etc., In this City, direct from 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 OF FUNERALS. Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East. All orders by telegraph promptly attended to. The finest Hearse in Southern California. mrtttl W. BORROWE, CONTRACTOR FOR RAILROAD w and street grading, macadamizing, pav ing and general improvements. Agent Babcock Fire Extinguisher. AND Diebold, Norris & Co.'s Fire- Proof Safes. OFFICE—36 Main street, Los Angeles. ap!7 tf GOOD BARGAINS IN REAL EST ATE I ACRES on Adams and Flgueroa Sts., 5 a giVal bargain, If applied for lmmedl d lately. ACR ES on Flgueroa street; 1,8(10 foreign grape vines, enclosed by picket fence; Just the thing for a homestead, at a great bar gain. LOT 205x386 FEET on Flgueroa street, short distance from the terminus of the Spring Street Railway; 50 lime trees bear ing- 701emon trees bearing; 90 orange trees 6 years eld; forsale at a barglan if applied for at once. AVi ACRES " v Washington street; »1,200-a great bargain. STARBUCK A BUTLER, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ISo. 1 Temple Street. MJHIW NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "anniversary celebraW —or tui — I. o; o. f. In honor of the fifty -sixth anniversary of their establishment in America, by a Procession, Oration B Yj L ! Monday, April 26, 1875. Members of the Order will u-semble at Odd Fellows' Hall at 12 o'clock m., where the pro cession will be formed, aud start at 2 o'clock sharp. The oration will be d< livered by C. N. FOX, P C. M., (Of San Franclsc), at Turn - Verein Hall. In tho evening there will be a GRAND BALL At the same place. EXECUTIVE *COMMITTE_. H. Burdlck, Jos. Huber, Jr., A. W. Hutton, H. H. Harmon, E. A. Preuss.Jr., A. Frank, J. Kuhrts, J. M. Bassett, J. Townsley, C. I ips, J. R. Summers, M. VV. Cbilds. OFFICERS OF THE OAT. Horace Burdlck President A. W. Hutton Vice-President Rev. Wm. H. Hill, P. G. M Chaplaia Constant Meyer Undid Marshal ASSISTANT MARSHA I M. J. W. Gillette, J. if, liassett, C. C. Lips, J. Huber, Jr. AIDS. 8. Benjamin, W. W. Robinson, W. A. Spalding, Thos. Gates. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. (WHITE kOtt_TT_4.) W. W. Robinson, Thos. Gates, T. E. Rowan, J. M. Riley, I. J. Smith, J-Kuhrts. FLOOR COMMITTEE. IBRD ROSETTES.) L Lneb, E. A. Preuss, Jr., J.S. Carr, H. Burdlck, Geo. McLane, E. H. Owen. DOOR COMMITTEE. ( Hi,IIK ROSETTES.) A. L. Bath, S. Benjamin, H. D. McFarland. TICKETS (Including Supper) - - $3.00 To be had of any member of the Executive Committee. Nstb. —A cordial Invitation is extended to all sejournlng brothers of the Order in good standing who are requested to report to s. Benjamin, at the store of C. Jacoby, Downey Block. Main street, previous lo I lie day of cel ebration. NOTICE.-No tickets will be received at the door unless couiitersiun.it by a member ofthe Order and presented by the original bolder. SALE OF FASHIONABLE CITY LOTS BY AUCTION! ON Tuesday & Wednesday, April •_rtlt and «Wth. 64 Lots in Blocks 72 and 73, PARI/ '■■•Tl Fronting on Figueroa, on Hope, on Tenth and on Eleventh Sts. •TNNLY A SHORT WALK FROM V*r the termiuus of the Sixth Street Rail road. The neighboring blocks are dotted with beautiful cottages. These blocks adjoin the residence of Mr. Slauson, and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder by auc tion. TERMS: One-Half Cash; One-Hair In Six Mouths, with One per cent. In terest. Five Per Cent. Off for Cash! W. M. WILLIAMS, Owner. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. N. B.—Title Beyond Dispute. aplfl td GEO. N. JONES. E. W. NOYES. O I_ I> E S T AUCTION &, COMMISSI ON 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 I i O'clock A. M. CHARGES ALWAYS REASONABLE. JONES et NOYES, apl6 tf Corner Temple Block aud Spring St. TREES, FLOWERS, ETC. THE UNDERSIGNED BEC leave to Inform the public thattflKK* they have for sale a choice lot or oma- jMK"N*> mental trees, shrubs, flowering plants in pots. Everything in tbe line of Seeds, Flowers and Plants Constantly on hand. Bouquets, wreaths, crosses, etc., made to order at reasonable S rices at the Garden. 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 tbe day. ap7 2m SCHAEFFER A STENGEL CHARLES RUTHARD'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. Work er's undertaking establishment. No. 3 Spring street, will receive prompt attention. alO lw GIVING UP BUSINESS. Choice Groceries at Auction! ALSO, COUNTERS, SHELVES, SCALES CANDY JARS, ETC. Saturday Morning at 9 O'clock. Corner Spring and Court Htreeta AMFRKD MOOBE, Auctioneer. Sty Also a Mare and Colt (choice). a! 6 2 CARD. MADAME MUSE BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS of schools and the public generally of Los Angeles thut she will takajpnplls for In struction on tbe Piano and Organ. For par ticulars apply at J. D. Patrick's Piauo Rooms, CO Spring street. mrSO tf AREVALO & FALLKENAU, T l>; AC H Kits OF" MUSIC. Office la jLanfraueo'a Bui to In*, Main Street, No. 74. WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE PIANf), Guitar, In Singing and the Spanish Inn ■ guage, at pupil's homes or at our offloe. We Form Classes for Singing and Spanish. OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO 12 A. M. • |a»U DRY GOODS. SPRING 18 75. CITT of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Lou Ang-olou, Cal, [ ~ Wb(..ui OPENING j OF SPRING AMD SUMMER DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, a* 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. ■HSJf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' J - — A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. SANTA GERTRUDES LA-TsTDS. 5,000 AC RE 8. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. • These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT * AUCTION OJV Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 26th, 27th and 28th, 1875. IN 3, 10, S3O and 40 ACRE TRACTS. Tbe Rich Bottom Land*, of which there are over 11.000 acre*, produce two crops per an num, vis: BurUy, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to tbe 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. Tbe first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which can be Irrigated, Is the finest In the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Grapes of 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. Tbe Association has Just completed a WATER DITCJrJ Over tbe choicest portion of theit table lands and purchasers will have the right to water without charge, such au opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical (rait culture, will not occur again. Rail Road Improvements. The raw railroad Is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the southern portion of our tract. We will oner lands within from ode to three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now under cnltiva tlon. and there are none better In the world. THE CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. It revives the Invalid anJ lx resietably draws to open air oocupeuou and enjoyment. Our tract Is about ten miles from Los Ange les, the same dlstan.ee from Anaheim, two miles from Downey City, and from one to four miles from Norwalk Station. The Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. IDWARD MoLRAN, ■Managing Agent. n,rlo