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ONE DOLLAR |»er Square of ten lines, Hrst Insertion, and twkntv-mvk cents per Square for each subsequent lusertlon. WANTS-LOST- FOUND. \A7 ANTED. —A young *irl for general i. _ houB< " w "rk In a small \merloan fain ly. Enquire at third house from the depot left-hand side Ducommun street, East of de pot - ap3o 21 CTOUND.-A nlstnl, which the owner can ■ nave by calling upon the undersigned and paying for this advertisement. CHAS. E. BEANE. »P*o «t 79% Downey Block. STRAYED.- I'nken upnl the premises of the undersigned, 1 brown stallion coll, white spots on the legs. The owner will please prove property, pay expenses and take It away. NIOLAs WEBER, At Messer's Vineyard, First St., near River. ap3o M I 08T,— Wednesday evening, 28th inst.,an .? IJ .„ b,wu "vercont with tur collar, on road to Western city limits. Finder will please leave at this office. ap29 it ETOUMD-—ln thiscity, a purse containing ... ,non °y. which the owner can have b\ calling at the offlce of Perry, Wood worth & 3t* \A/ ANTED TO RENT.—A small cottage TT .containing two or three rooms, fur nished or unfurnished, by a man and win without family; within three miles of Lo ' SIfSJHI Address, nntil May 2d, •' Cottage,' Box 11, Downey City. ap2B lw PARTNER WANTED, ag. >od business I r man, with a cap talons*), can purchase a half interest In an office business whlc'i now pays $500 per month. The applicant must be a goo l business man and full of en ergy and willing to work. Address, with lull name, to P. O. box 411, city, and state where an Interview can be ha I. ap2B Ist \kI ANTED.-Faim hand; married moi. V Prefened; wlte to look alter house cook, wash, etc. Apply at this offlce. 527 It' SITUATION WANTED—By a man an. _* . wlfe l " work either on farm or ln private family. Address, at the XT. S. Hotel, "B. D." ap2s lw A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR two gentlemen can get a desirable room and board In a private family at the Mission by addressing E. F. E., San Gabriel. ap2B 6e CTURNITURE, Stoves, Carpets, Matting ■ etc., etc., bought at furniture store, No. 18 Aliso street, D. A. STERN. . apl tf WANTED.-A Nltuatlon by a Lady to do sewing at home or in a family by the dsy or piece lo suit customers. Children's clothing a speotttlty. inquire on Olive street, between 7th and Sth. MRS. HORTON. nirlo-2tn-> ROOMS.- FAMILY and Single Rooms with board at Col. Peel's on spring St. , noviotf ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cenL less than cash price. Inquire at this Office. novlOtf FOR BALE-FO^RENT\ FOR RENT.—A nice house of four rooms, water, elc, on Olive street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, two blocks from Main street cars. apBo lw FOR SALE.- A good business, partly a monopoly, will be sold cheap, on account of sickness. Address, "D," Bwald Office. ap2B 2w RARE CHANCE.-For sale—Some beau tiful furniture and a first-class stove.with a lot of crockery, groceries, etc., for $110. Sold on account of departure. Address "A. 8.," this office. ap27 lw FOR RENT.—A house on corner Port and First streets, with several rooms, well finished, and suitable for large family. En quire at Col. Peel's No. co Spring street. ap27 tf FOR SALE.—A light Express Wagon, nearly new (Eastern make), pole and •halts, two seats, shifting top, patent wheels, etc. Address G. W. T., San Gabriel Mission. aajfft* FOR SALE.—The furniture of two bed rooms, a sewing machine and tbe uten sils of a kitchen, on very reasonable terms. Apply Immediately on the premises, No. 41 Alameda street, opposite M. Keller's. Fur nished rooms to let in same building. a2O 2w ALL KINDS b~F~ FLOWEI^AND vegetable seeds, lately Imported from France, For sale at John Grelik's Silk House, on Main street. apIS lm F~ URNISHED ROOMS TO John Grelik's Silk House on Main St., with or without hoard. apls lm FOR BALE.—A house and lot on New High street, fronting the Pica House. Also, five building lots near Spring and Sixth Street Railroad. Enquire ot J. R. SUMMERS, at Workman Bros. ap!6 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 at Steven's Stable, or address Postofflce Box 110. aprlltf FOR BALE. — A lot of Thoroughbred rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. S3, cor nsr Aliso and Alameda streets. ap6 FOR SALE. — Thoroughbred Durham Bull and cow; the first 8 and the latter 7 learsI ears old; the cow with calf. Enquire ot WM. ■ HILL, Anaheim. ap4 lm" K4 ONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm M"F* J. M. BALDWIN, mrlBtf 79 1-2 Downey Blook. MISCELLANEOUS. East Los Angeles & Main Street OMNIBUS LINE. DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor TIME TABLE. EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'B ANGELES Downey Park. Intersecting Main and spring streets. leave*. Arrives Leaves. Arrive*. Q:3Q a. —. TiSO A. M. 7:00 A. it. 7:00 A. M. B:uQ 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:« " B:10 10:20 " 9:50 " 9:40 " 10:30 " 12:00 M. 11:30 " 11:00 " 1:00 t», H. 2:30 r. M. 1:50 r. h. 1:80 p. m. J:4O •• 4:00 " 3:80 " 3:10 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:60 " 8:00 6:30 " 6:30 " Sixteen Tickets for $1. mrSO LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK * CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Spring etreet, 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,' 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 jknd 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 'jLnW** LEWIS LEWIN. QEO. S. WALKER, House Moving and Well Digging. SFFICE WITH COMPTON A BINFORD, corner Court anil Spring strsets. P. O. m- »P* tf MTTLEBOY 4 DAVIS. DRUGGISTS, 102 Main st, Opposite Court Houie, LOS ANGELES. DEALERS IN FRESH DRUGS, PATENT Medicines, Choice Liquors, Perfumeries, and Tollst Articles. Physicians' prescrip tion* oarefully compounded at all hours^ io«s |tnn,des Scvaht. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE. Following Is the temporal ore for the week ending April 29, 1875: TUKRMoMETKK BAB. DAYS. date. max. mm, mean. 9am Krlday, April 23d 79 51 66 29:75 "aturday, ' 21th 80 58 6tiK... 29:67 Sunday, " 2.ith 80 55 7Q%..M:T1 Monday, " ?6th 81 50 flB' v ...2<i:84 Tuesday. " 27th 74 50 62 29 73 Wednesday, «' 28'h 711 45 59 29:60 Thursday, " 29th 80 44 62 29:71 THOMAS HOLD. The Lodok, Gkeen Meadows, Los Angeles. FRIDAY APRIL 30, 1875 GOLD REPORT. SAN April*!. • -old, lli>V QreenhftoKs-Buying, 87VJ; selling, 88 LOCAL BRFATTIES. Candidates for office are coming out. Tiie Main street horse-railroad is ap proaching completion. The May term of the District Court will commence next Monday. The Santa Monica Hotel is now ready for plastering. Judge Leander Quint, of Han Fran cisco was in the city yesterday. Another tier of 100 boxes has been added to the Postotfice. The San Diego Odd-Fellows had a creditable celebration. The material for the Main street horse railroad to Agricultural Park was ordered Wednesday. The Mohongo will arrive at San Pedro this morning. Mr. A. Kolsky, of the firm of Kols ky & Goldsmith of Orange, left yes terday for Europe. A large quantity of wool and oranges were shipped yeßterday to Sau Frau cisco by the Orizaba. The prisoners now under arrest will be arraigned this morning at 10 o'clock and the time to plead will be set. Dr. J. H. Leal will return home this evening, after a short absence. His numerous patrons will find him al his office to-morrow morning. The Sau Diego World complains of Los Angeles claiming a steamer pas senger who went to San Diego. We never miss a few visitors. Mr. Hellman has commenced the erection of a fine frame residence on Fourth Btreet, between Main and Spring streets. The boarders at the Pico House were notified to vacate as speedily as possi ble, as Pio Pico was about repairing, renovating and refurnishing the house in the completest manner. New York letters mailed on the 16th instant were received at our Postoftiee yesterday. The letter mail is still four days behind and the paper mail several tons in arrears. The bark Camden sailed yesterday from San Pedro for Port Gamble, to obtain a cargo of lumber to supply the wants of the builders of Los An geles. Near Mayor Beaudry's reservoir, at a height of 200 feet above the princi pal streets, water has been struck at 78 feet and there are now 20 feet in the well. Able-bodied men are needed by the Orange Grove Association to work on their estate. Wages $2 per day, or $1 fer day with board. Apply to R. D. i tt, room 20 Downey Block. Mr. John F. Powell, of Powell Bros', coal mine, 10 miles north of Ly on's station, reports that the indica tions are improving and he continues tbe sinking of the shaft with great confidence. The Balloua school is being repaired at a cost of $900 and school sessions are suspended until the repairs are com pleted. Prof. Saxon is consequently taking a much needed vacation. On the reopening of the school its classes will be properly graded. It is son-shiny weather at San Diego —the World publishing the birth of three sons to jubilant parents in its Tuesday issue. Such son-stroke as that is a fine recommendation to semi tropical California. The Orizaba arrived on Wednesday, but in consequence of the large amount of freight for San Francisco, laid over until yesterday afternoon when she look ou seveuty passengers from this place. The time of travel from San Fran cisco to Los Angeles has been reduced to thirty hours by rail and Telegraph Stage Company. The staging is only one hundred miles and constantly de creasing. The Forest Grove Association plant ed last December, January and Febru ary, about 150,000 shoots, many of which are a foot high already. No better advertisement or the product iveness of this neighborhood could be shown. If house-owners would see that their bouses were made clean and decent looking after being vacated, it would vastly hurry the renting of them. We know several houses that have been idle for some time, just because they are so dirty that tenants are scared away. The crazy man, Meyer, who has spoiled so many clothes in the last few days, was booked yesterday for Stockton and placed in the hands of the express messenger. He was ap parently all right in mind and consid erably exercised at the prospect of going to Stockton. Judge Gray, of the Land Office, re ceived yesterday the a mom led plat pf Tnwnshlp 1 South, Range 8 West. It was duly filed and is now on record for the information of all interested in the land adjoining the San Jose Ranoho, Many settlers are inquiring about land in this neighborhood, and can learn the actual facts at the Land Offlce. The Broad - Axe, W. C.Wiseman, editor and proprietor, will be issued weekly from and after June, and will cut and hew until election is over. The Broad-Axe will labor to lay low monopolies, rings and robbing politi cians of all parties, and we wish it every success. Locally, it will advo cate the creation of two new counties, Orange and Chino, and will devote itself to the municipal affairs of ours and adjoining counties. Headquarters at Anaheim. When we hear of men having 30,000 sheep grazing on 60,000 acres of land, we realize at once that property is unevenly distributed and poor editors are left out in the cold. We heard yesterday of a preacher who has for several years been shepherd of a flock of 30,000 sheep, that he has been herd ing by the still waters, in green pas tures, quite successfully. We.might buy a few head by borrowing uiouey of our friends, but it would take about one hundred years to get a flock of 30,000, so we leave the sheep question in disgust. Mr. W. F. Kelsey, the distinguished nurseryman of Oakland, has been spending a few days in thiscity as the guest of Mr. Geo. B. Davis. During his sojourn he visited different part* of the valley and was delighted with the beautiful homes and rich soil which everywhere met his gaze. Mr. Kelsey, like many others living in the vicinity of San Francisco, had no idea of the richness and extent of Los An geles valley, and he was greatly as tonished at the dimensions of our city and the population of the county. Mr. Kelsey has gone home by the overland route, carrying with him fa vorable Impressions of Los Angeles aud her people. COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday Evening, April 29th. The Council met at 8 p. M. with Mayor Beaudry in the Chair. Present, Councilmeu, Workman, Lichtenberger, Teed, Mullally,Carmo na, Wolfskill, Huber and Robinson. The minutes of last regular and special meetings were read and ap proved, the record of special meeting being corrected so as to read that Mr. Thorn was requested to address the Council on certain subject. Mayor Beaudry's communication reporting Fines $67.50, and cemetery lots sold $25.00, and the approval of bonds of two saloon keepers was ap proved and filed. Board of Public Works reported on grade of Main street, between First and Fifth street, that they can see no reason for modification of grade, un less it is brought to established grade, and recommend that it be brought to established grade. Gen. Baldwin addressed the Council on the subject of the drainage of Main street. Councilman Robinson against mod ification of grade and Workman for, addressed the council on the subject. Mr. Thorn spoke, by permission, in favor of a modification of the grade. Councilman Huber said that the people of Main street should have the grade asked for. Councilman Robinson thought that the grade as proposed had not suffi cient fall for good drainage. Mr. Chapman was allowed to address the meet ing. He referred to former grades, but objected to any grade that removed the natural soil. Gen. Baldwin, by request, told the amount of fall on certain streets. He believed a fall of nine feet to the mile sufficient. Councilman Workman addressed the meeting iv favor of the proposed grade. Tbe report was filed and the grade was ordered to be modified under the direction of the City Surveyor aud re port to Council. The City Attorney reported that the injunction in H. Hine'scase had been dissolved and case will be dismissed. Filed. The City Marshal reported that he had notified the property-owners ou Main street in regard to obstructions and that they were not disposed to re move them. Filed. The Zanjero reported the sale of water for April at $1,029 75, and that it was necessary to repair zanjas ou the 3d and 4th of next month,aud that $100 be appropriated to pay for the ne cessary labor. Adopted and appropri ation allowed. A resolution assessing property on Temple street for the grade from inter section of Spring street to Fort street, was adopted. A resolution declaring the survey map of Main street, from First to Fifth, made by J. M. Baldwin,official. Adopted. A resolution was adopted opening and improving Kohler street aud pro viding for the condemnation of prop erty. A resolution condemning land for a new zanja, commencing in triangular piece of ground at Main, Alameda and Virgin streets was adopted. Mr. Lewin presented acceptance of City Surveyor and committee for tbe work done on Alameda street, and asked that warrants be drawn. Re ceived and warrants ordered. Residents ou Alameda street peti tion that the Southern Pacific Railroad be compelled to place their track in the middle of street and conform to grade. Filed. A petition for right of way for horse railroad from Main and Washington streets along Main to Jefferson, Jeffer son to Figueroa, and Flgueroa to Ag ricultural Park Railroad. Referred to special committee; Huber, Lichten berger aud Teed. The petition of Daniel Cheek in re gard to certain grading on Spring street was referred to Messrs. Workman, Mullally and Robinson The petition of J. S. Slauson and others to have permission to enclose zanja on their land on Figueroa street was granted. Petition of Victor Ponetto have care of cemetery was tabled. Protest against new street between Alameda and Main streets was re ceived and referred to the Board of Pub- He Works. Petition of residents of Olive street asking that an excavation be filled and that the bridge on Seventh street be removed to Eighth street was referred to the Committee on Public Works. Mr. Nicholas was heard in regard to the failure to furnish him water after he had paid for it. Referred to the Committee ou Zanjas and to have zanla opened. The Surveyor's estimate of the pro posed grade of Short street was pre sented and referred to the Board of Public Works. Mr. Reed moved that the commit tee on Fire and Water be appointed to wait on Los Angeles Water Compa ny to ascertain whether they mean to furnish water to people living on the hill. Adopted. Messrs. Ferguson & Rose were granted permission to grade in front of their livery stable ou Main street. Bids for doing the city printing for ensuing year were opened and reiered to Committee On Finance. Councilman Huber moved that offi cer Harris be discharged for his failure to make an arrest at Turner Hall. Adopted. Councilman Huber moved that the horse pollcemeu be discharged from April 30th. Adopted. Messrs. Stephen Sanchez and John L. Funk were appointed in their pla ces. On motion of Mr. Huber the Com mittee on Fire and Water were in structed to examine ordinauce iv re gard to storage of combustibles and report whether it needs amendment. Adopted. On motion of Mr. Workman the question of establishing a powder mag azine was referred to the same com mittee. The Clerk was instructed to adver tise for proposals for sewer on New High street. A railing wus ordered for the Clerk's office. Gen. Baldwin was allowed $15 per month office rent. The following bills were presented and referred to the Committee on Fi nance: Jno. M. Baldwin, $232; S. Hellman, $16 75; & Hellman, $31 38; W. U. T. Co., $5 75; Morsch & Manning, $4 50; Thos. Leuhy, $2 25; Griffith, Lynch & Co., $56 37; do., $31 47; Wexel & Burns, $15; Louis Lewin, $15 25; M. Johnson, $50; B. Green, $30; R.Mat thews, $30; F. Joel, $15; Thomas F. Manning, $7 75; W. Borrowe, $30 35; L. A. Gas Co., $19; Herald Printing Co., $14 90; SwigartA Huber, $47 40; Fisher & Thather, $37 50; W. R. Row land, $171 70; E. T. Teodoli, $30 85; Geo. McSwain, $10; Wm. Abbott, $8; Page & Gravel, $6 50; M. Dullahau, $1 50. Council then adjourned. Don Pasquale To-Night. Any man or woman having a soul for music can appreciate an operu. The vulgar opinion of opera is a dra ma of surpassing unreality, sung iv an insane manner, at a pitch some where between the bullfrog's croak and an asthmatic catterwaul, by fan tastically dressed musical monomani acs, but nothing could be further from the truth, Of course the plot of Don Pasquale is not laid iv the Centennial year, so imagine the opera singers el egantly attired in the typical wigs, black veils, embroidered coats, satin breeches, silk stockings aud velvet doublets of a past period and acting out in musical accents, an exciting do mestic drama, and you have Don Pas quale as it will be given at Turner Hall to-night. The music is without a discord or flaw, the perfection of melody. Passion, grief and joy are de picted in poetic melody, by weli voieed, elegantly dressed ladles and gentlemen. The acting will be above the average and the singing the best ever heard in Los Augeles. We feel confident that the Mines. Franzini and ReifFarth and Messrs. Marra, Risolute and Lv brume will be welcomed to night at Turn-Verein Hall by a mu sic loving audience. The domestic difficulties of Don Pasquale rendered in opera is a most attractive enter tainment. Go early and secure seats at the hotel Dcs Prencis, Lewin's book store or at the Turn-Verein Hall. Los Angeles and Independence Railway. Mr. 8. A. Tuttle, the Purchasing and Supply Agent of the Los Angeles and Independence Railway, yesterday re ceived a letter from Col. Joseph L l . Crawford, the Chief Engineer of the road, dated at New York, April 11th. That gentleman was then about to hold a conference with Jay Gould, President of the Unjou Pacific Rail way, and the Messrs. Jones, Park and Sidney Dillon. The pros pect that the Independence Rail road will soon form a junctiou with the Union Pacific is quite prom ising. Work on the wharf and wharf houses is being pushed so as to be ready for ties and iron by the first of July. Enterprise is the characteristic of Col. Crawford and all his associates, and.Los Angeles is fortunate in having such energetic engineers interested iv her railway prospects. B'nhi Brlth. A lodge of this order was organized in San Bernardino on the 28th instant, by President I. N. Choynski, assisted by a delegation of Orange Lodge of Los Angeles, consisting of Messrs. Sam. Prager, Meyersteln, Gus Katzen stein, 8. Benjamin and E. Lavcnthal. The lodge is to be hailed as Paradise Lodge, No. 237, and a public installa tion at Masonic Hall closed the cere monies. The members of the order at San Bernardino entertained the visit ors handsomely, and they will ever look back to tneir visit with kindly recollections. Arrivals and Departures by Stage. The following persons arrived by the Telegraph stage line yesterday from San Francisco: Mr. Dowd, Gen. Stone man, Mr. Quint, Mr. Samuel, Wm. Hamilton. Departures for San Franciaoq by Telegraph stage line liwt evening: R. 8. Baker aqd wife, C. H. Renter, T. A. Shaw, W. P. Roberts, R. Benedict, R. Quiro, W. J. Brooks, L. Brown, J. Lower, Judge L. Quiut, R. F. Hafford, Scott. Arrivals yesterday by Coast Hue from San Bernardino: Mr, Martin, 8. Prager, E. Laventhftl, Qus Kraczyns ki, Mr. Meyerstein, S. Benjamin, J. Barry, H. Hancock, Yem Wo, John Cassfn, Mr. Chipps, Mrs. Fisher. Arrival by San Diego stage: A. De guerson, from Sauta Ana. Departures by Coast line yesterday: Judge Carrilio for San Buenaventa; Wm. H. Raynes for Bell's Station; Louis Jusu for Santa Barbara; Mrs. Gallagher for Ventura. Walter Roger* baa made up a ruu niug- race between A. Celis aud Sum mers for $250 and a purse. These were two of the competitors at the Irish picnic in the running race, aud this trial of speed will take place on Tuesday, May 4th, the last day of the races, at Agricultural Park. The Senior Class of the High School will give apicuic to-day atSanta Ani ta Cafion, which will undoubtedly be hii enjoyable affair. The sale of pools on the races last night at the Fashion saloon was well attended and bidding was spirited. Weather and Crops. Although, says the Colusa Sun, we have had no rain, the situation looks a little more promising than it did a fortnight ago. Most of tl.e Summer fallow of the county will, it is now thought, make grain worth cutting, and some of it will make a good aver age crop. Every one has now quit hoping for rain in time to be of ad vantage to the crop, but all hopes for a continuance of the south wiud which has favored us until yesterday morn ing, whenitwas again in the north. The Summer-fallow on the black and red lautl is nearly all looking well, and a great deal on the sandy and al luvial, but as a rule tin* class of land will uot turn out well. Our inquiries have been close and searching about all parts of this county, and we are in clined to the belief thut we will have over half an average crop if we do not have too much north wind. The San Jose Mercury of Tuesday states: "It is pretty generally believed that Vasqttez' body has been taken up and his head tak**n oft", yet there may no;, be in fact any ground for such a belief. A niece of Vasquez, however, stated at the county jail yesterday that the grave had been disturbed and that his people had serious misapprehen sions that some villains had taken his head. They had been advised by friends to have the gra\>- opened in the presence of the She ii IT, and we are informed that such is their inten tion." The San Diego Water Works Com pany contemplate brining water from the San Diego river to supply the city of San Diego. Tbe recent cloudy and foggy weather has been very beneficial to grain. Wheat is looking better every (lay, and farmers feel confident of an average crop. i» ri The suspension at the Mare Island Navy Yard on Saturday night took off nearly the whole construction depart ment, with the exception of foremen, quarter-men and apprentices. The total force is about 360. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GREAT INDUCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC! Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent JOSEPH COHN, Ni... 3 ArcHdin Dloclc. Lo« Ange lew HI iff I, Ik now receiving the Choicest and largest As sortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, Etc.. that has over been exhibited In thiscity, and he now meant* busiuess. H» Is Seter mtned to be undersold by no'ono, and he de it.n competition. Having superior facilities hi purchasing goods, those who fivor me with ihelr patronage will reap tbe benefit. I have decided to sell my goods at San Francisco Prices. Aad respectfully Invite the public toeall and • vnmine my stock and prices before purchas er 1 elsewhere. Courteous and attentive clerks will always be in readiness to wait on custom ers, and will take great pleasure in showing goods. »Mr-Goods delivered free of charge to any p» it of the city. -W Remember the place: Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St., mr 24 2m JOSEPH COHN. 8. L. DEWEY, Wagon Depot. 173 MAIN STREET, lirick HuildiuK. near Second. St. KEEPS ALL KINDS OF r Wagons, Buggies, Open, top, singe and double horse, PhBßtons> with or without top. Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold Fine Whips, Ni«ht 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 or road v. ti olesof the latest patterns and the best material and finish, Also, extra One double and single harness made to order. A sample of their light buggy harness may be seen lv store. Also EAGLE HAY PRESS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. TUBULAR IRON HARROWS. The California Leveler & Scraper Does the work of twenty men. Coras and see. mrtS tf C. A. BONE^EEL^CO! lITOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY AN VY nounce to the citizens of Los Angeles and the adjoining towns that they have Just opened a LARGE AND ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF XI O O X A NO STATIONERY AT STS"! ry ft gf. lAt y No. 43 Main Street, (LAFAYETTE BLOCK). We are confident no such stock of Station ery, suitable for Bankers' and Merchant*' use, school supplies, and the general public, has over been placed before the people of Los Angeles. PAPER BAGS, MANILLA AND STRAW PAPER A SPECIALTY. apStf DRY COODB. SPRING CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 Lot Angeleu, Oal* GRAND oj, uo< ci* rlh<w ao wjd'N " j•* OPENING ;Iv-* .it uoy jioiioH !f»tt ,ilf OF SPRING .(it ii<> ,'uiw (AtxfT !»io bnbw i ,<tjtttela& At: tmaiattiUi * ,mld < ».. xna) j aUaaa raid ... &U ..!...» A »ii> qoj^iL---**»^"* r - ft a li'iiWil AND SUMMER .3TM3M3£)TSIffVOA WM? , DRY GOODS CLOTHING, ■ ON Monday, March 29th, ,Y3J!W A YfM3Si« 187 5. 3 O M A H O 3f! A & A. I We call the attention of our patrons and the public in gene ral to our large stock of }HA jASBM A ii IA ■ SPRING GOODS which is the most complete and cheapest ever brought to this city. EUGENE MEYER & CO., P"«* r| etors..., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. ,tl ii*) it ism til m GERTRUDES LANDS. 5,000 ACRES. TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT, These Rich Bottom and Mesa Lands will be offered to the Public AT AUCTION ! ncilfUtftA Bi9wcr.3-/iu"il — ox Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 26th, 27th and 28th, 1875. — iiv — 5, 10, SO; and 4() ACRE TRACTS. The Rich Bottom Land*, of which there are over 2.000 acres, produce two crops per an num, Tlx: Barley, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This Is also the finest possiblsland for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. Tbe first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large port 1 .ii of which can be irrigated, is the fluent In the county. Table, AVlne 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. Orsnge orchards ln 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 their table lands and purchasers will have the right to water without charge. Such an opportunity to se cure land admirably situated and watered and perfectly adapted to seml-tropleal trait culture, will not occur again. Rail Road Improvements. The rew railroad is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the southern 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 ln the world. THE CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. It revives the Invalid and ir resistably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract Is about ten miles from lam Ange les, the same distance from Anaheim, two miles from Downey City, and from one to four mites frosn Norwalk Station. The Terms, which will be easy, will bean nounced. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. EDWARD MCLEAN, Managing Agent* n rlO