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ONE DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square for each subsequent Insertion. WANTS—LOST-POUND. STRAYED OR STOLEN.-On the night of the 20th of April, from ihe premises oi F, B. Clark, one hay Ameiicai horse, 3 years old, Is>i hands high, with sliort black mane, small star on face aod branded O on left hip. The person leaving this horse with Mr. Bar rows at the Champion stable In Los Angeles will be liberally rewarded. ap22 lw* STRAYED, OR STOLEN—From the Ballona Ranch, on Wednesday night, three American horses, described as follows: Ono brown, branded T on left shoulder; two buy horses, one branded T on left shoulder aud tbe other Z I N on left, hip. A reward of ■M will be paid fir return of horses. If sto len, $500 will be paid for their return and the capture and conviction ol the thieves. ap2o lw" N. T. LUCAS. FURNITURE, Stoves, Carpets, Matting, etc., etc., bought at furniture store, No. 13 Aliso street. D. A. STERtf. apl tf WANTED.-A Situation by a Lady to do sewing al 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. mrlo-2m« ROOMS. -FAMILY and Single Room* with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. novlOtf ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cenh less than cash price. Inquiry at this Office. novl9tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE.-The furniture of two b-d -rooms, a sewing machine and the uten sils of a kitchen, on very reasonable terms. Apply Immediately on tho premises, No. 41 Alameda street, opposite M. Keller's. Pur nlshed rooms to let In same building. u2O 2w FOR RENT.— A furnished up-stalrs room in a pleasant location, one block from the Court-house. Inquire at this office. apIS lw FURNISHED ROQMS.-There are fine suites and single furnished rooms, with sunny to let at the Kimball Man sion New High street. The house is beauti fully situated on an elevation,commanding a charming view of mountain and valley. aplH lw BUSINESB OPPORTUNITIES a tine paying store business, $8,000; half inter est lv a manufacturing business (amonopoly), $2,500; half Interest in a lundry business, long established and paying well, $1,000; ulso a pleasant, and profitable olliee business, $500. Apply to M. H. KIMBALL A CO., 10 Spring street. ap!7 lw ALL KINDS OF FLOWER AND vegetable seeds, luteiy Impute.) from France, for sale at John Grelik's Silk House, on Main street. ap!s lm FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET—At John Grelik's Silk House on Main St., with or without board. ap!s lm FOR SALE-—A house and lot on New High streei, fronting ttie Pico House. Als >, five build lug lots near Spring and Sixth Street Railroad. Enquire ot J. R. SUMMERS, at Workman Bros. apIS tf FOR SALE.—A heavy spring wagon, with top, made by one of the best car riage-makers In the State, and nearly as good as new. Can be seen af Steven's Stable, or address Postofflce Box 110. aprlltf FOR SALE.— » lot of Thoroughbred rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. U, cor ner Aliso and Alameda streets. ap6 FOR SALE. — Thoroughbred Durham Bull and cow; the first Hand the latter 7 years old; the cow with calf. Enquire ot WM. J. HILL, Anaheim. apt lm* MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm of J. M. BALDWIN, im-1.1 if 79 1-2 Downey Block. MISCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE EMPOWUM. Miss C. M. TURNER has removed to the Postofflce building, whore she will sell every* thing in the stationery line CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEBT. mrfltf CEO. S. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. OFFICE WITH COMPTON A BINFORD, corner Court and Spring streets. P. O. 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. Le<tves. Arrives. Leaves. Arrives. 6:80 a. li. 7:30 a. m. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:00 " . 8:00 " 8:80 " 8:30 " 9:10 " 10:20 " 9:50 " 9:40 " 10:30 " 13;00 M. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 P. m. 2:20 p. m. 1:50 P. M. 1:30 p. m. 2:40 " 4:00 " 3:80 " 8:10 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:10 " 4:50 " 6:00 " 6:30 " 6:30 " Sixteen Tickets for $ I. mr3o LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK <* CXL, At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring street, adjoining the Postofflce, Is offering to his friends and the public in general, the finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain and 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 the wants of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share , jK«S ai * LEWIS LEWIN. 8. L. DEWEY, W agon Depot. 173 MAIN STREET, Brick Building, near Second St. O J£EBPB ALL KINDS OF Wagons, BugglM, 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 FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., Of San Francisco. Makers of every variety aud style of road vehicles of the latest patterns and the best material and finish. Also, extra fine double and single harness made to order. A sample of their light buggy harness may be seen In store. Also EAGLE HAY PRESS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEBT. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Leveler & Scraper Doe* the work of twenty men. Come and see. mr33 tf CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY APRIL 23, 1875. LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE. Following is the temperature for tho week end lug April 22,1875: THKKMOM KTKK BAR. DATS. datk. incur, mm, mean. 9am Friday, April 16th 78 50 63 29:86 ••.aturdny, ' 17th 73 50 6i%...29:8i» Sunday,- " 18th 72 53 62}/ a .. .211:89 Monday, " )9ih 72 54 63 2»;85 Tuesday, " 20.h 73 51 29:81 Wednesday, " 21st 78 54 63V£...29:81 Thursday, " 22d 74 6* 62^...29:88 THOMAH BOLD. VMM Lodhk, Gkbkn Meadows, Los Angeles. GOLD REPORT HAN FkaNcisoo, April 19. Gold, 115. 'ireenbacks—Buying, 87; selling. 88. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Ancon will arrive here about Saturday evening. The Kalorama arrived from San Diego yesterday. It is expected t hat our long delayed Eastern mail will be here Saturday or Sunday. The brig Olencoe, with lumber to Perry, Woodworth & Co., arrived yes terday. The shipments from the depot yes terday included 97 bales of wool and 151 boxes of oranges. ' We are happy to announce that our Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Bassett, will re turn on tiie Orizaba, arriving next Monday morning, fogs and hurricanes permitting. Dr Shorb has changed his residence to the corner of Spring and Third streets (west side) three doors south of Turn-Verein Hall. His patients will please take notice. Messrs. Johannsen & Grosser have rented the entire third story of Du commun's building, and will enlarge their furniture establishment accord ingly. This looks like a healthy sign of business. Owing to a press of matter, we are obliged to hold over a column adver tisement of Messrs. Starbuck A Butler until to-morrow. We can usually make roam for one more, but this is a quien mbe case. Attention is directed to tbe adver tisement of Italian opera, soon to be introduced upon the Los Angeles stage. A more detailed notice of the company and coming entertainments will be given hereafter. A new railroad and stage schedule will be put in force on the Ist of May, which will reduce the time between San Francisco and Los Angeles to about 32 hours against 42 hours, as at present. A new saloon will be opened in Sig noret's building, Main street, to-mor row evening, by the Messrs. Van and Charles Meyers. They propose to give a regular "blow-out" to commence with. John Daley was arraigned before Judge Gray yesterday charged with assail aud battery upon Boylor Davis. He was fined thirty dollars, and as he did not possess the requisite funds was sent to jail for thirty days. Volume 1 No. 2 of the Lompoc Rec ord made its appearance in our office yesterday. It will stand in the front ranks of the southern coast weeklies in point of editorial management, ty ftographical appearance and general nterest. We welcome the new-comer to our ranks most heartily. Mr. Quinn from the railroad party at work on the L. A. & I. R. R. be tween Santa Monica and this place reports that the Chicamen are grading on the fourth mile this side of the beach. Much heavy grading remains to be done through the hills and bluffs near the ocean however, aud a mouth will be required to accomplish this. The Evening Dew-Drop attempts to shed cool moisture over our article of yesterday entitled "Truth Stranger than Fiction." In producing the ro mantic and at the same time truthful sketch, we were simply " imitating theexample of metropolitan journals," as did the Dew-Drop not iong- since, when its editor went to church. If our attempt was as mawkish, sicken ing, dirt-eating aud insulting to its subject as several of the aforesaid D. D.'s articles on our churches and church pastors, we will at once deliver our person and quill over to the Fool- Killer. The Mysterious Firs Boat. The first leport of trouble on the ocean received here yesterday morn ing was a telegram stating that a large steamer had been seen off the coast of Santa Barbara with the whole of her forepart in flames. The dispatch further stated that she was firing min ute guns as a signal of distress. The weather was very foggy and no defi nite information could be obtained. This was at first confounded with the report of the wreck of the Ventura which came in about the same time as both reports were reaffirmed and the places of disaster located so far apart as Santa Barbara and Point Sur. it was concluded very reasonably that there were two separate and dis tinct calamities occurring at al most the same time. As the day advanced, reports corroborating the first account of the burning steamer oontinued to arrive, but nothing could be learned of her name or destination. About noon Mr. Mc Lei lan. the steam ship agent, received the following dis patch, in response to an inquiry con cerning the mysterious craft: Santa Barbara, April 22d. Nothing heard yet reliable. Think the steamer was on fire, but got out of trouble aud went on up. Reports differ. A. W. Froom, Agent G., N. & P. S. S. Co. Another dispatch stated that the steamer had been seen near Carpen teria at a later hour, when she had ceased firing and appeared to be steamer along all right. The vessel was seen between Anacapa and Santa Cruz Islands, and It is argued that she could not have been one of the Pana ma steamers, as their course lies fur ther out at sea. None of the coast line steamers could have been in that locality at that time and thus the identity of the scorched vessel remains shrouded in doubt. It is cousldered certain, however, that she escaped destruction. COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday Evening, April 22d. The Council met at 8 P. M. with Mayor Beaudry iv the Chair. The minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. The Mayor reported the collection of $53 for fines during the week. Placed on file. On motion of Mr. Workman, the action taken on the Mayor's report of last week, relative to provisions for fees to be paid City Attorney and po licemeu for attendance at the Mayor's Court was reconsidered. The matter was then referred to a committee con sisting oi Robinson, Huber and Llch tenberger, together with the City At torney, for investigation. The Finance Committee reported favorably on the claim of Ferguson & Metzker, for $150, less 13 per cent. Recommendation adopted. Messrs. Workman aud Lichtenber ger, of the Committee ou Lands, re ported favorably on the petition of J. J. Qreeu, with certain conditions. An adverse report was presented by Ramon Botello, as a minority of the committee. The City Attorney's opinion on the question was also sub mitted,' favoring the majority report of the committee. A protest against the granting of petition was received from property-owners adjoining the lot in question. The minority report of the committee was adopted, reject ing the claim of petitioner. The City Attorney's opinion and the protest were placed on file. A resolution providing for the sale of the city property on Temple street was presented and approved. A resolution defining the line on Macy street was also presented and approved. The City Surveyor report ed that if necessary he could submit a survey of Kohler street. A petition of property owners for the opening of said street waa submitted and filed and the City Attorney instructed to take the proper steps for coudemaa - tion of land. The City Surveyor reported the names of parties whose lands encroach on Main street. On motion it was or dered that tbe parties named be noti fied by the City Marshal to remove obstructions within twenty days. The City Surveyor also submitted a map of Main street from First to Fourth made according to the old es tablished lines. The map was adopted as official and the City Attorney in trusted to draft a resolution according ly. The City Surveyor also presented a report relative to zanjas No. 1 and 4. Received and placed on file. Mr. Workman moved that steps be taken to condemn certain lands for the purpose of allowing the water to flow from a branch of zauja No. 1. Mr. Leahy moved to amend by instruct ing the City Marshal to remove ob structions to the flow of water over the lot formerly owned by Mr. Mayer. A communication was received from the Health Office recommending the adop tion of a system of box drains on the hill lands, and calling attention to a breach in the reservoir of the High School building. The communication was placed on file. On motion of Mr. Teed the Board of Education was no tified to stop the leak complained of. On motion of Mr. Robinson the City Clerk was instructed to issue the war rants for the construction of a sewer on New High and Short streets and deliver the same to the Marshal for collection. B. Dubordieu presented a claim for $62 61.71 for warrants heretofore is sued by the old water commissioners, he holding the same as assignee. An accompanying petition was read by the clerk. By permission, F. H. Howard ad dressed the Council for petition, and urged the reference of the account and petition to the Finance Committee. Mr. Robinson moved to refer the papers to the Finance Committee. Carried. J. T. Devine presented certificate of grading done on Alameda street, and asked for payment and extension of time on his present contract, on ac count of difficulty of removing obstruc tions on portion of Alameda street. On motion, the City Clerk was in structed to issue warrants in payment for work as accepted. On motion, tbe extension of time asked for was granted. A petition was received from prop erty-owners on Main street, between First and Pico streets, asking that the natural grade of Main street be pre served and work proceeded with at once. Placed on file. An extended debate followed, and the petition was referred to the Board of Public Works. The committee appointed by the "Thirty-Eights" to report upon the efficacy of the present fire apparatus, reported that a recent trial satisfied the company that they are deficient in hose and asked the Council to pur chase at once a first-class hose-carriage capable of carrying 1,000 feet of hose: also, 500 feet of four-inch vulcanized hose. Mr. Robinson moved to refer the pe tition to the Fire and Water Commit tee, with instructions to purchase tbe carriage and hose. Adopted. Mr. Teed moved that the Water Company be instructed to plaoe hy drants on each cross street, as per con tract with the city. Adopted. Mr. Robinson moved that the City Surveyor be instructed to present a profile of the present grade of Main street from Commercial to Fifth, showing at the same time the differ ence between the present and proposed grade, against which a protest has been entered. Also the grade of each cross street to Spring street and the grade of Spring street. Motion car ried. H. D. Barrows presented a petition for a street to be opened from Alameda to San Pedro street, through the lands of Wolfskill and MacDougall, thence by the most practicable route to Los Angeles street. Referred to the Board of Public Works. A petition for leave to lower the grade of Spring street from Fourth to Fifth street, was presented. Placed on file. Referred to Board of Public Works. J. L. Williams presented a petition for leave to remove a city lamp post to the entrance of his place of business on Spring street. Leave granted. W. H.Nordholt renewed his peti tion for damages to his land by the maiu sewer. The matter was referred to the Committee on Sewers. Arthur Bullock asked leave to change the course of Zania No. 8 for a short distance. Received and placed on file. A petition to grade Temple street from Bunker Hill Avenue to Pearl street, was received and referred to the Board of Public Works. The following bills were presented: Frank Davis, $100; Win. Cape, $30; Frank Tole, $15. On motion, tbe bill of Mr. Tole was referred to Finance Committee. On motion, the Committee ou Po lice were instructed to investigate cer tain charges against the police. Ou motion, tbe assessment list of Fort street was referred back on ac count of irregularity. Assessment list of Temple street was read and accepted. On motion, the City Attorney was instructed to draft a resolution accordingly. Adjourned. Dedication of tho Artesia School. The following programme has been arranged for the dedicatory exercises of the Artesia school house to take place next Sunday: The services promise to be unusually entertaining and we doubt not that there will be a large attendance from this city as well as Downey and the country surround ing the colony. INTRODUCTORY EXERCISES. Singing. Heading from Script uses. Prayer. DEDICATORY EXERCISES. Singing. Preliminary remarks, Hon. A. Hig bie. Dedication to Learning, Dr. Lucky. Singing. Dedication to Liberty, J. £. McCo mas. Singing. Dedication to Truth, Dr. Jemmings. Singing. Dedication to Virtue, L. M. Holt. Singing. Dedication to progress, T. A. Qarry. Singing. Benediction. Bess and Hessy. Mr. A. J. Davidson, one of the lead ing bee-keepers of our county, gives us a good report of his last shipment of honey, which, he says brought 15 cents at San Francisco. This, we are informed, is a tip-top price paid in the San Francisco market, and the sale was thus effected on account of the close grading of the article before shipment. Mr. Davidson says that the most of the bee-keepers have their hives cleaned ready for Bummur oper ations but the bees have not com menced making honey yet. The de lay is caused by the scarcity of feed as a result of the late frosts. The crop altogether will not be more than two thirds of last year's yield it is thought. COURT REPORTS. County Court—O'Mklvkny, J. Wkonksbat, April 21. Norman C. Joues vs. John Van Tassel.— Forcible detainer. Judgment by default for restitution and $60 damages, costs and dis bursements. Norman C. Jones vs. John Read.—Forcible detainer. Judgment by default for restitution of premises, $25 damages, costs and disburse ments. A stay of proceedings was subsequently Sled by the Court In the above-named cases until Monday, April 36th, at 10 a. m. Probate Court—O'Mklveny, J. Wbdmksdat, April 21. Estate of Bad 11 la.—Letters of administration granted Kitgore on giving bond of $2,000. Estate of Catherine Lower.—Final account approved and settled; shape of decree taken under advisement. Estate of A. Flores.—Will admitted to pro bate. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTONS. Deeds filed for record for the tf hours ending April 21, 1875, as reported for tbe Hbbald by Judson A Gillette, examiners of title, No. 89, Spring street. Los Angelex: H. M. Jahnston et al. to Lugarda A. Palo raares.—Lot 16, block 16, East Los Angeles; $100. D. M. Berry to E. M. Pennoyer.—Lot I, Ber ry A Elliott Subdivision In Orange Grove Tract: 11,000. H. Dockweiler to F. Msucho.-Lot 4, block 40, at corner of Fort arid First streets; $19,000. County Tax Collector to Eldred and Lord.— 46x100 feet West side of Spring street, next to Main. P. Beaudry to I. W. Lord.—33o fleet on North side First street by 490 on East side Flower street; South side Court street, 330 feet West side Hope to beginning; $6,000. £ W. Lord to F. P. F. Temple and F. G. Mitchell.—A third Interest each In the tract above named as bought of P. 80-<udiy; $5,000. E E. Smith to T. D. Mott.—Tho Smith lot and block on Seat side of Spring slrwet, oppo site J. Schumacher; $10,000. J. Atbill to B. F. Bragj.—Twenty acres near Anaheim; $500. D. W. Tuttle »o M. M. Dodson.— Tl% acres in Los Nletos; $S,O 0. D. M. Berry toS. A. Btockdale.—9 88 100 acres In Orange Grove Tract; $9uu. 8. H. Flckeit to J. W. Potts.—Fifty-nine acres lv Los Coyotes Rancho; 41.47* 76. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PICO HOUSE. J C Merryfield, Dixon E X V Watering, N J V O Tonner. spjdra J Merton, N J J A Hack", H Mnnloo E J Elzy, Nev 0 W White, S X D Lvon, Alamitoe J Kip, do IN AJtle, Mo ST. CH ARLES-Salarl A Oaring, Proprietor!. W Wermuth B Ho! man, Bakrsfld R J Carrill, S La Obsp Mrs Johnson, S F R E Jack A liny, do H Murray, do F W Farwell, Rlvrsd J Kip, de L W FarwellAfm.do H Shoemakc-.do Miss A Farwell, do J Mathews. S Rcsa E Griffin, Nietos J Hurene, 8 Brbra 1 D Isaacs. Va G W Merdlcul, Fresno G O Gam lee. Mich T D Henry, S Brnd C Miner, Anhin S Shrewsbury, S Diego J Ellis, do Mrs MF Se John, Anh LAFAYETTE—FIuhr A Gerson, Proprietors. Col Putney, Spa-Jra W H Wright, Anbm H McClosky, Wlnxgn 0 Blrkenstock, do R Earley, Snt Ana W Beimel I, do H II Wakeham, do C Balander, do H Charles, 8 Juan 8 L Garnte, S Frudo G W Turngat, Kern Co J A V anstram, 8 F 8 Brownstone, 8 Ana W Mansfield, do V Yorba, do W Hagan, St Paul P Morgan. Pnrant T Perkins, Downey J Crook, Riverside UNITED STATES—HammeI A Denker, Prps. G F Walker, Spadra C Carillo, Truxton J Riley, do F Llghtfoot, do W O'Coner, S Brndo A J Davidson, Mntns W B Blanchart, do J Burnes, Pnmnt G Brown A wf, do Miss X Maynes.Ornge W L Davis, do A Ross, do J S Bagg, Detroit VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER •6 Malm St., I<M An«el©», Cal. Keed* on band tbe I,urgent and Beat Asaort 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 interoat to give him a oall, aa he will aell 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. mrl7U FOB SALE.— Liquor Store for sale, with horse and wagon; also furniture and fix tures. Apply to J^, 81 ** 01 *'. ap7 2w* No. 7 Allao street. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TnNIYERSARY CELEBRAfioiT —or hi- L 0. 0. F. In honor of the tllty-slxth anniversary of their establishment In America, by a Procession, Oration B AT L L ! Monday, April 26, 1875. Members of the Order will assemble at Odd Fellows' Hall at 12 o'clock M., where the pro cession will be formed, and start at 2 o'clock sharp. Tbe oration will be delivered by C. N. FOX, P. C. M M (Of San PrancUc), at Turn ■ Verein Hall. In the evening there will be a GRAND BALL At the same place. EXECUTIVE COM MITTEE. H. Burdlck, Jos. Huber, Jr., A. W. Hutton, H. H. Harmon, E. A. I'reuss, Jr., A. Frank, J. Kuhrts, J. M. Bassett, J. Townsley, C. «j. I ips, J. K. summers, M. W. Childs. OFFICERS OF THE DAY. Horace Burdlck President A. W. Hutton .•. Vice-President Rev. Wm. H. Hill, P. G. if Chaplaia Constant Meyer Oruud Marshal ASSISTANT MARSHALS. J. W. Gillette, J. M. Bassett, C.C. Lips, J. Huber, Jr. AIDS. S. Benjamin, W.W.Robinson, W. A. Spalding, Thos. Gates. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. (WHITE KOSKTTM.) W. W. Robinson, Thos. Gales. T. E. Rowan, J. M. Riley, I. J. Oulii.il, j. Kuhrts. . FLOOR COMMITTEE. (BSD BOSKTTEB.) L. Loob, E. A. Preuss, Jr., J. 8. Carr. H. Burdlck, Geo. McLane, E. H. Owen. DOOR COMMITTEE. (HI.UK ROSETTES.) A. L. Bath, 8. Benjamin, H. D. McFarland. TICKETS (Including Supper) - - 53.00 To be had of any member of the Executive Committee. Note.—A cordial Invitation is extended to all sojourning brothers of the Order In good standing who are requested to report to M. Benjamin, at the store of C. Jaco'.y, Downey Block. Main street, pieviou. to the day of cel ebration. NOTICE,- No tickets will be received at the door unless countersigned by a member ofthe Order and presented by the original holder. SALE OF FASHIONABLE CITY LOTS BY AUCTION! OH Tuesday & Wednesday, April «rth ana SHtli. 64 Lots in Blocks 72 and 73, PARK SQUARE! I Fronting on Flgueroa, on Hope, on Tenth and on Eleventh Bts. ONLY A SHORT WALK FROM the terminus of the Sixth Street Rail road. The neighboring blocks are dotted with beautiful cottages. These blocks adjoin the residence of Mr. sluusou, and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder by auc tion. TERMS: One-Hair Costa; One-Half lis Six Moatns, with One per cent. Ia teroos. Five Per Cent. Off for Cash I W. M. WILLIAMS, Owner. JONES & NOYEMuctioneers. N. 8.--Title Beyond Dispute. apie td GIVING UP BUSINESS. Choice Groceries at Auction! ALSO, COUNTERS, SHELVES, SCALES CANDY JARS, ETC. Saturday Morning at 9 O'clock. Corner Spring and Court Street* AMFRED MOOSE, Auctioneer. mw Also a Mare and Colt (choice). a 18 2 FOR SALE. # i riTo o WILL PURCHASE A LOT FRONT- Tng on Olive and Charity streets, with house of five rooms, barn, etc., containing some fruit trees. This property for sale one week only. A great bargain. STARBUCK 3c BUTLKR, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No, 1 Temple Street. splB lw AREVALO i FALLKENAU, TEACHERS OF 1 MUSIC. Ofllce la Uafrsaers Building:, Main Street, Urn. 74. WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE PIANO, Guitar, in Singing and the Spanish lan 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»tf FIRST-CLASS LAND CHEAP! FOR SALE. 6664-100 Acres OF THE BEST OF SOIL, SlTU ated on each side of the Los Angeles and Wilmington Railroad, only 1% miles below the city limits of Los Angeles. WELL IRRIGATED. This property offers an excellent chance t» a market gardener, fruit grower, or for an In vestment, being on tiie direct route of travel ou the continuation of Alameda street. A perfect abstract of title and survey furnished. A positive bargain below prevailing rates will be ottered by applying to J. W. POTTS, at the office of Marshall, Gould A Blanchard, Room 19 Temple Block. T X R M St •1,000 Casta Dewa and the Balance la Four Annual Payments. sptTSt* TREES, FLOWERS, ETC. THE UNDERSIGNED,, HO^. I leave to inform the public thatvaaCS they have for sale a choice lot or orna-jPIS© mental trees, shrubs, flowering plants iv pots. Everything In the line of Seeds, Flowers and Plants Constantly on hand. Bouquets, wreaths, crosses, "to., made to order at reasonable prices at the Garden. Wilmington street, near New Commercial. We have also A Practical Gardener, Wbo will lay out and take care of gardens, either by contract, per month, or by ihe day. ap7 2m SCHAEFFER A BTENQEL. DRY GOODS. SPimsTGr 1875. CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Juom Aujarelew, Cal, GrRi^jNTD OPENING OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS AND 0 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. ■Ms NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. SANTA GERTRUDES LAJNTDS. 5,000 acres. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT. These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION — ON — Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. May 26th, 27th and 28th, 1875. IN S, 10, SO; and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are over 2,000 acres, produce two crop* per an num, vis: Barley, Oats, or Ryo 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 fruit* and vegeta bles. The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portl' >n of which can be Irrigated, is the finest In the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Grapes of the best quality grow here to per fectiou. Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal nut Orchards flourish most luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Grunge orchards in full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has just completed a WATER DITCH Over the choicest portion of theli table lands aud purchasers will have the right to water without charge. Such an opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit culture, will not occur again. Rail Road Improvements. The row railroad 1b oompleted at Anaheim and runs directly along the southo- v portion of our tract. We will offer lands 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 in the world. THE CLIMATE Is uusurpassed. It revives the Invalid and Ir refutably draws to opeu air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract is about ten miles from Los Ange les, th« same distance from Anaheim, two mile* from Downey City, and from one to tour miles from Norwalk Station. The Terms, which will be easy, will be an nounced. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. EDWARD McLKAN, Managing Agent. n.r U