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I > liseii'il by eh i ii'i>, |icr u'.-ek,* .m'.'.'i
\<l> i'l (l-l'lll '11l .HI .I'll,Ml ut I literl|| Ml
I ttttt wt'.i'.m i. vin oi i.rl
I . iitamiolh slie.-i, 11 inch-, ill), 11 I
In.', thiily—l.\ ciiluinn> ul .-. l, c: ivmtiL
ii, will i>e |Miiiii-ii.'l avert SKtiurUafl j
\ »'»ar llwllnrH |>er irtllillM.ff
lio.ii 1.,1i1. in ~l»,iii,-, . J"
A SEA-SHORE EVENING
Awn> lo the s.-a, niv ri.riiniJßM
in hi- -^^H
.(ml nn- My. i:ni~i<^^Bi,
I »Ur \ cs|n-r lis mil jv--.ii> .
I bu Mllll'V. Milling .Iill>ll.fl« ■
Jills lliillllli ;uy, IIVI.» Kllll'i', r
A lnl l:ikcN il» trsM Mil »■ in n | M ..1,|.. (
Bj Hi.- li.ilm\ fc-N.-iiur .vi.
I in. itiMß.MHis i-ii.ml Ju , , r . s ,mj\,'rti\
Ald . vi- Ill«« mp i 1 .. -7' f
Ami riillnir ti 411 in »:,. ,v.
1% 11l "life,. ,„
Wliii ll kIIiIm I lie ii<-'iV1.,£,,;,(,.,•..
With-|HitH«>i -iii. 1 Jj^to,
Whin- Hi- 1 ,)„.
ii.i.H fl,,
hi- rlt ml
Id > ''''I I
AiMa ii .1 iiH H
ul
_i I I 1
THE CURRENCY...
I irITOH HBKAIJi: In l>l H, lva i
| sions uf iiir country—JP lantii
fciil lV , iM«'--ili«M , i'an'lwosi'jianimiii(|
, Ist i net cum'tHi's. Now Hie i|inß ion
Vises: Whieli iw t In- most ll'iu licKl to
ffiw people til the Pacific Mope?! An
lliisnatioit <[f a ihatter oitV ptmliaHc
.vill, |NNmttity,Muve a waste of win Is.
V nieinhatft iula* AiutH* seinlsl.asl
. »r goods, for withe pays m«n
, neks. Jf». g o( s to New York or V hi -
ilelphia with >;lO,tHKi in coin, wliiiV he
' xchnngcs forrj cenliaeks at a tUniwluni
if say lo per cf il., or .Sl,*>(Nl. He pur
liases his stoek).seii<|s jf to < -lifnikiiii,
'ml Hells at coin rates. In aildilioji to
he Ifi per ecu I. profit on exehaufJ he
uilizes the same amount on sales,
flaking 80 per cent., inking |r> per
mit. as the iiiiniiiiti 111 of profit. 1
'.In oittltiary commerelal trmtmi
tons, _|» per coin. i:ii .os! is regarjleil
m a very gotsl protit m goods of ciirv
Ascription, hut then is still amallicV
Ipercent." i allude to the ''^I.''
ii coin itself, you lahnot laiy a (laV
r's worth of aiiytling for a ilotiins*
vi' dialers reckon their stuns |i\
bits," or 121 cen« as the (}f_L,
niiient Yeeoent m such coin, dcnl
sniust ceitaiiiLV|)i.kiliclii ioiis valtjij
i their wares. )\t rou want to Imydh
irds of nuislinpi i " liit" a vanl, xuh
ust pay fS WtHfit, unless*vou 'pa .'
dimes, twcnt.\ <»f which will he rJ
sed by the deiil'i' as an iiisuillcieil
l». Hut the stine dealer will acccil
lime for a"h," or cents, in tiff
frcha.se of mff "»>«' article of thai
[ice. Again;il - you v)ish I'liaiigi- t\M
Ihiilf-dollar nine oi|t of every teH
klers will tf.ve hut instead <M
'' dimes orbits" foiit. ffow, thfl
pin of liniif*! nicanskvill nalurnkjff
Ineludetha Hicrc issoi\u-thim. w.v.jH
pin-where;n this liiuincial svstciuH
I dollar ouM tv In a dollar everv-ff
lere. Hit (he commoii style ot ilealH
iNOtttaW reduces the value of outl
'liar in ettil ttmttJt ixvWu/., and >M
renhack.' thirf/i-fin |M'i(cent. ■
N T ow, il the same he itl
•lor |wper, were used tY\\ „ V er thel
[it wl States, the cpifctlgatTon ofl
fes would hehencficialloall classes, 1
I more particuiarly t<l tlu.se from I
"in the direct ailpport \f the (!ov- I
nicnt cullies - the ineil of limited
tins. Men of capital cap with less
Se of 1
iige (if 1 may call it Mkmi mild a
v); hut, with (his systil v there is
| or no opiairtunity for il LAiall cap-
Bo increase itself,
■■se Ideas, and the mannW Aftnelr
liiiation, may seem mule; hut the
las stated remains, ami ii is for our
Idators, and others, wnoVoriitnand
reapital and control the iikerests of
'mnsseH, lo remedy this eiil.
(£ajoKMH,trK.
!<Vkk tVorNt>. — Don I'ellgio La
in, whose residence is nboVt three
i s from I res, the capital <f (Lower
ifurniu, is the jMissessor. ilf a euro
that dread malady iiyylopho
- which bus, for so long at\ ir«> bal
nicdical skill. A cnrreftj loplent
ltd Mm Diego Union, in <i« eriliing
mode of.treatment, say's t hut he
ely *|<fs on tlie place' hitl en and
il a until her ot" times. Tfce sup
tioa In ilial. before anointiitg the
tid, lv chows s<«ne herb known
to himself, and thus effee M the
... Although the fact of his iieing
I p 'Hrlj* possessor id' tho secret I llicit
al-les him to perform the won lerfnl
re, precludes the ideft of its lie ng of
> (M»r*l beiiefit, yd it is pr< balde
ai in due lime he will s«V tit
i -Ue k'noMii to the world, 1 the
nic of the herl., posseoHsed of such
nidctfi I curative projierties. This
the note prof'iahlc, as lie skills
la' guided, not hy a lovA of.
•re, but by » desire to aim-li.lrate
c -nt.eriiigs ot his follow-njiaii.
c tak. no pay for his services, hut
c ttovi riitiicnl, in view of the lihl
i(hrop, of his conduct, except him
in the .aye: , f taxes, ami from
. jury akid other duties, incumbent
o' ii- iitizens. ' '
ill- - • hi, a great anxiety inlluMrffad
preHeirf»a| MU ii ~,m | supply. Wcfl,„t
nmiHsi.„ on the nuiijcct, feWted
it there .-hough tor l.gffi years;
second, h. ever, shows tha\t igne
i rocks iavc, i t f OUU( i ttt {vH
n my places wh fa coal was lmVked
lie j rice in h'fcland is iimv liver
hverU..,. f,ii it can he
Willed In endless <juaniVth*s for i_tO
flu te is iiodiiiiht th«t America
1... fntU'e Miiu •■• of supply to the
jntrj wli eh, for years, has held the
>in.;s,i v oi the material. '
ia.- It 'V vim U«M Willi lili llni.l.'H
.kmii.
We know :t hoy w ha lives willi his
nahien aunt, and we pity th*" uttfor
unate. We hsive always had a lioi
or of living with it maiden aunt- the
•are mention df such a thing ha* often
lightened us into good behavior tor a
HOltth. A eat-o'-nine Tails iiever had
lalf such a wholesome effect ii)m>m us
mi always a«'«'om|iaiiie«l this threaten*
••I change ni i>oar ling-hoaso.-.
; Hut we digiess. The boy we know
KdOOgH to tin class know n ft* " small
tttyn" —l toys whom nobody has any
Mice for, anil uoiioily knows what lo
to with. urchin is given to ptuy*
(ll pranks at limes; hut then "hoys
vilt he hoys," ami people shouldn't
onl lit til t Willi minor matters. Thin
(articularyoungster has a harmonious
Hut of twisting the taii of his aunt's
Hi eat, anil reconciling the ilillieulty
ith Tautiy, by feeding her on half a
iweii canaries, tie occasionally pulls
lie keys out of the piano, anil sells
' lein mrolil Ivory, ami Iniys pistols to
<'loot Mies. He isn't allowed to go out
lilhouthis keeper, except on t'lirist
uis day, anil lie is otiligcd to play
Use hall in Hie house. Me uses (lie
utter paddle lor a bat, egufl for halls,
i,id imagines the green velvet car|»et
ii the |Nirior itoor a stiitaiilc held for
'door sports. The otlicr nay he played
ii exciiingand Itotiy-contested match,
It vs. seif, with tue implements ou
ie ground aforesahl, ami trouhle en
leil. He hecaine excited, hatted wild*
y, move "liol'un.s" right and left,
ml hung tin- walls with uipiid chick
ns. He turned suddenly around took
d in tile si.itKi mirror, saw the other
•I >w s piared lor a home run, picked
i the puino stool in a lit of oespera
lon, puclied it at the striker; and the
.'conii-liaiid man, who came next day,
lid the trame was worth hall price,
ia lie would not cart lhe hroken peiees
Wt»y lor less ihau one dodar a load.
His aunt was uurcasoiiahle. She
■ttially lound fault with tbe hoy for
ivitig a little- harmless diversion,
ie had never felt a mother's iovc for
■r erring oii'spring, or Nile would nev
i have iocKi*l him up in tiie garret
i six weeks ivithoiit anything local,
id expect tii'u to cut it j * titty pounds
( carpet-rags a day until released.
"*ll weeks nail pa*.-scil. Quietly and
nintrusiveiy the maiden aunt stole
tthetloor oi the room in which she
I I eoiuined (lie yoiitliful prisoner,
hpccting lo tiud hull reduced to skin
a. hone and suhniission and ohedi
c.'H, she was ulwnit to turn the key,
\>'nslie suddenly concluded to look
tPjugh the key-hole to *cc if Hie Ihi.v
> i lived. Oil, hoi "or! there, Upon
m Hare floor, in all the solitude oi Ins
(lily isolation, lay the form nf her
iVcTcw, protle Mpnn his vest pattern,
wV> tour other urchins stretched
a/i;;siile of hint, playing draw-poker.
\ill her pious heart was grieved to
lit that th.se young rascals had heeii
chilling the raiii-s|KHit for six week*,'
- (.'-*,,-aid and coulforl to tlie eifl-inV.'
r-lfffflnt olters a line, healthy male
ymjm Vf adoption to any wealthy
faiiiV that can come well iveoni
inceed.
It|\vi)i i<ot if an Knkmvok Hkai/ihi.
tfiHi'i .or Hamilton, in an ahlc address
on tygicne lo the graduates of
tlu- 'litufalo Mcilical .x'oilcgc, de
llollliivs hloadelotli as all ell.-my to ex
ercise,aiid t here fore to health :
"Ainerieiin gentlemen have adopted
as a national costume hroudelnth- a
thin, thrill-fitting Mack suit of broad
cloth. ' To foreigners we seem to he iv
iiioiirniiig; we travel in hlack. The
jjirk'si, I In- lawyer, the doctor, the lit
erary man, the mechanic, and even
\\\,- 'il iy-laborer, choose the same
pltw.uk hroiulelotli—a style that ought
jevcr lo have been adopted out of the
(raw iiiu-rooin or tiie pulpit, hecause it
L 4 fe h!c and expensive fahric, he
kiiL-it is at tlie north no protection
taiiisl the cold, nor is it any more
1 litahle nt the south. II is too thin to
'Jf warm in winter, and too black to
Ie cool ill Hammer; hut especial.y do
jiv object to it liecause the wearer is
Ijlways Milling it hy exposure. Young
f viitieiini'ii will not play ball, pitch
juoits, i«, ttimhle, or wrestle, or any
kther similar thing, lest their hroau
cloth should he olt'cnded. Tbey will
not go out into the storm hecause the
hroadfloth will lose its lustre if rain
fall U}4tb li they will uot run because
they lia ,c no coiilidence iv the
[strength jof their hroiulcloth; tbey
jdare not i,iount a horse or leap a fence,
"•vocalise hroiulcloth, an everyliody
is k> faithless. So these young
men aitV these older men, these iner
•hants, itivcchanics and all, learn to
walk, think soherly and can
fully; venture to laugh
lo lhe full their sides.
For the Herald
...
I'ossiiw.K |{i:i i I(\ ok Tft'K Jkwsto
Kuvi'T. Kveii he lore the overthrow of
Jerusalem the .lewis with their eosmo
|sililau instincts,! were at home iff
Kgypt. Alexandria, at one lime
an immense synalgogiic,
regarded ntj a rilval Toinple.Jß
.lews the eitl> seemed Am
telH
edil
with I
H
tin ,'h-wsß
the JoH
There arc ul
a revival nf thciiH
i_lltd,H
ou> laud I
intlH
history ,fl
play H
futurf. Aeeortingtfl
syH
le H
believe)! that iiul
l„iro},ean c<fl
home iiul
their talents iH
crcatcfl
and ■
llul
aiiil'stoN in !>■
hecnwnslirincd ■
Ail oditoMiiniioiiiiii
of v friend IfciiHly : "
Heir out of ■ 111- jolly
hurhelors, W*ln hi*
loiuigt', 111",
cheeked ir fol iiiorv,*
{think of court ship io t
riinuuy, and lis now I
tiie sea of brass hy (
honey moon. '4
.Murk Twain is ahotil
I ti Is of Ir, la nil in v I
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
AN ABUSED CREATURE.
I.C»S ANOKI.KS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1873. t
For the Herald.
Welcome.
, ()•> fi>Hh, imiifl " i:i(.\i.n, a hcaron Ittftot;
tinnattier W<Hii|>" rich nail ihiv;
( i.l M'ai't'h lll*Jl'l'<'<M'(ls, ,'\\ ll >r. ■ 111,- heil'lll ,
Ami cull iiMpatinii'.- knnu'lc<t|rc then-.
lln, Ui'nlii•»»■ lli\ miiflity stii iiifi h;
• in teach n||l I Mi n v everywhere;
iin teach Cn|r'l>'i || iilsts nt length,
Thai trulllßui crime-hall he Inlil hare.
lin \v.'u\ .• a iff "la ml I'nr the mimt:
iliislri'w y«r lirii?hti'Nl u-'iii-; anil |iearls;
<!«>; ai 111 '<l vvi'i ••"■■l ice, Trill 11, I'lilOliitKHl,
inir" now lo ai.i. uiil'iuU.
JB _ I', u.I . K.
liKT vnfit Win: Know.—ll is :t
custom tooJJ»<mmon witii the men nf
the world to iceji their families in ut
ter Ignoranfeyrf tlie .situation of their
business. TJ'' wife knows nothing,
lias uot even*" idea of tiie amount of
her husbands fortune, whet tier it is
counted b\s. itindreds or thousands.
What can'a .vonian kept in such ig
norance leari" She spends.as a mat
7c. oi coin's*, ill he gives her to spend,
with the full confidence Hint when it
is gone and she asks for it, he will
give her inoe. If an unmarried wo
man works, die may go with a hold
unblushing• fice, and demand Iter wa
ges; hut a ffm etui demand nothing, her
claim is only for bare necessity; and
generous inei.on that account, are too
often indulged, too fearful of letting a
wife know tie exact state of their fi
nances. Tis all wrong. Husband
and wife haven unit do I interest; every
Woman should know the exact state of
her husbands timmccs, understand
111- plans and aid him if possible, with
her counsels, mil then these catastro
phes would rfliot so often happen.
.Many a wife who is plunging her hus
band dec|Hrn and <lec|>er in debt
through ignorance-, would, if she knew
Ids cnibarnsslients, lie the first to
save, and will true womanly sympa
thy and geiu'Adty, help him to rein
state the fallp||fortiines.
THK Ari/onH Miner thus criticizes
the inisniaiiaanieiit of ourliovern
nicnt iv linliinfaffairs:
The views m the most intelligent
residents on tin? frontiers, whose life
for years has •ought them in daily
contact with He Indians, have over
ami ovwr agnijSin sundry and divers
ways been cxtffesscd and urged ii|>on
our HovcrMtttfflu, and have been con
stantly disregarded; and the agents,
peace commissioners and Heaty-nia
kew are selected from the older States
—men wlin never saw an Indian and
sen: out litre to take MID of the "na
tion's wait's. Is it any wonder that
blinders are made, that both Indians
ami'the pioneers of civilization are
dissatisfied and disgusted with tiie
pre alenl iua ?-;o lini 11 istia I ion at luisi
mW by the Indian Itureau?
PROSPECTUS
OF
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD.
'li • Hm| .it ueti.i.iT, 'I'm-: ho*. Anoki.ks llcu-
Ai.i, a iiarrj fcrfl w -. kK n'wspais-r, will
mi*o a- .t|>|M-arunc>. Th • li.ily will bo a
BWI 111 I tastily UrllllU I scv.'ll-c 11111111 l llCWS
papa, new-y ni'lier |Ii in literary in cliiiruc
tei.Th . Weekly will lie a -i.vc iluiiui, elght
i>a« lai ier,anil will • hi' mii the m >,» inip.-,r
lam in ,it.Hint' Ins |.r. viuiisK tiUtjMUUvtl in
TIIUIAII.I IlKKfll.li.
It I propose ! ||j,at th IIKU VI.Ii shall lie an
1I "'"9K it ailvocife of every lutercsl jicrlain
*a«Jj south an I'alifoini.i atel Arl/on i, iui«l" V
" "lons worker in nil things that shiv+l i. n.l
'•' neht tiie stale. Ina worrHr'will he iii
'•'""Voininuii.oil wilh tU |~ Us ~(-- (|
"'" ; > [' ''»»«• lo nnurwlll he too let nml
''•'•*.f InteiT t u\ theiXritl.i nla Farmer, Mi -
Aletchaiil, l,jri M ,rer, ami nil classes of
l''«lic r-; mi l it mfffl mnm ( s,ntuln rending
"'J rsuileil 1,, |iv. lil)luv riiv.t:
IlKiiAi.n wf lt ,„,,(,, |n,|.. )H .n,lenl l».-m i
' 'W-.ioiirii UjTaic, its clliu Is ilirccl.sl to swe. |i
■J> i ami |ih.ce those now iiiiMiian
n' "airs o: v lhe Nation. For Ihe ace .m
---t'li nf' 11 ' °' " li,<t '' 11 Wl " withsiOisfnc
tles l '''"""'"''"""nofih • memheisof all Far
V'liev.m; that lhe |>ros|H't t , |M'i'h:i)is
N '' ' f nf the .Nation it | ends ii|sui the success
tVcMieiit iH'lhis ch.iracier, ll is •• rcli.i in
"" Wl t ievoi.ition hereafter."
1 '"||,f ii v i, will aitvocat ' Stat • SlgftU uml
d f " willcncoiii'iig • White
„ J sisei'oolie Imm.gnilien. II Will favor
will < ' I'm! stive 'fiirMf; II
.' ocate a liiei nliiick ('urrciie.v torl'nll
J"'"'? iiinl oinwi.se tle' present ilwaning an I
' tc" ' wh.ch iij fi ihls the |iresent
"on ~.,(,.S ll| ' j,,f,. n . v ( audshut.s out Kuste. v
ciuitilj v wjll .„ IVlM . it ,,. , hl . i und op
' 'I'lioimlles, a,, in.itter what guise Ihev
'Thr***
c (he Haakl.n will I rent Slavery us n
tieait | I
issue, ii vvlll earnestly ailvi.c.ile the
en" \l'' v " v S,i '^'''"'" rtiwtbfta or souin
ejl it l a * si ' , ''" ls ''' s or Soutlil'arolina logoi-
Jjh' in aecor lance with 111 • W.shes of its
oi I the,) ctuU s of lhe Federal I on
Hi, Wlffcitut ti ili<ill 11 interference.
wi opppsc
HI ||ii»!iiij
MM dollar
H> ' p'ihHJt reasiiry or
luj.isi ret mi is itihlsTy, and he who
HBHiis money is v lii iii ving iltt ,
■tAi.n will i pjiose salary steals, custom
■tv I steals raliroarf steals, uud every
H i\, flit test Foreign tin I I loin (Wtic
Hn< W i|| puhllHlied. The mm will
Hpl.v, ill tl Is part Of the Stat,', the ,|e-
Heivtofore ilhsl hy the Sun Fnoielseo
H.N'o trouhle or expcii-.' will lie spared
Htlie FtKltAi.n, ill Mils respect, en mil to
H|>a|ieron ||„. II will
Hi itev.ew-of the ulld Foreign
H und the ffrades generally, honestly
Hull.v
I «1 BS< KIPTIO*:
H
H te. car'-i..,5, pa r month I I Ul
I. " to up
Hi KxnmuL to uu
M'V.KKI.i
HTlNpres., s| (Ml
■*' iicr'qlllUlci.i I Ml
lICAN SALpON,
I fitts tt, <»,,„,„Uf the h.<t tto>+.
A I N HA S RiKTIKKp
H JuMKrlitl oonteHt, lv Kpii-r to »io-
Mb to uioiv classical pursuit.-:,
■'i thy' stream ol' Ini placidly,
■Vol 01.l IiKUIKiK DA KIN, they
■million pri'pnti' thcVolloiv.iiK
•»■»« ■
■ -HV'I.W'H . .
IK KMT -wi,—- . liH AND,
;*">'* on | lltn .r ue'.'! in
»■..t■ H i • . 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
|>HVSI('IAN AN I) SUtUKON.
uFFICK No. H Dnwany'M llliwk, up stairs.
oc2-U
DR. A. S. SHORB,
[ JO.NKEOI'ATHM' PHYSICIAN.
OFPK'R- Nearly opposite the I'osl CWttltf;
lIKSIHKNCK No. CI Fnmkllii sireel.
oc2-lf
DR. H. 8. OR ME,
JJH YSH'IAN AND SUROK.ON,
uI'FICK ANIiHKsIDKXCF. In IjinfiuneoV
RlllldlllK, No. 71 .Main street.
i mice Hoiiis from in A. M.to 1 I. M.,and
from •> to H I. M. raMHf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
j>HYSM lAN AND Si'RtiEON,
IfKFKIK ANI) KKsIOKNCK In Ifclnsch's
Block, i 'oiiimen'ial and I4M An< 'les stn-cls.
Wj 'Sjtecial attentaiii paid lo diseases of Ihe
KVK AND KAH. is-2-ll
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
J JOMIEO PATH IST.
OFFICK AND HKHIDF.Nt'K .Spring street,
opisisite the Mayor's 1 ntice. oc'.'-lptl
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
MECH ANI (' A L, OPERAJ'IVE
AND Sl'ltllKON DKNTIST.
4<PKK?K—:* S|iruiir slieri, ne\i to Flro Kn
gLne House. oc'J-tl
11. K. S. O'Mha.VKNV, 11. T. lIA/.AKI).
O'MELVENY A HAZARD,
A TTORNKYH AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
l.i is ANUKI.KH, t+Xti
■4 Special attention given lo husiness in
the I'nited Still 's hand Office. Utttt
A. UI.ASSKM., (i. 11. SMITH.
A. lI.CIIAI'.MAN, IJ. .11. SMl'l'll.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN ASMITH.
AT LAW,
OFFICK-TKMI'I.K BI.IH'K up-stairs, Uis
Alllfeles, I 'ulu'orlllll. iH-2-tl
JAMES G. HOWARD,
AT LAW
CO V RT A m M MISSION ER,
iKavie-y's Block, Dos Ainreies. im-2-II
M. WHALINC,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
oKFICK No. ISII iwney Block fjm AliK-lcs.
o c2-llii
/ ~ ~ —
11l AIM.Ks I.INIH.KV. I. S. TIIO.MrsiIN.
LINDLEY A THOMPSON,
AT LAW,
oi'FICK Ifooin No. !, Downey Block. IPi
'»'•• '' 01511A1.1.. WILL 11. OOI'I.II.
MARSHALL A COULD,
A Pi'ORNEYS AT LA>\OFEICE
•* »• rinnOMitO lie-Court Hoiim'. 1 looms .Vox.
Mewl I» Ti iuple Block, La* Anurdes.i'al.
Will pun t ice ill nil the Coultx 01 this Sljile,
ami all 1 nd lo C. s. r,.inil office.
LEW. C. CABANIB,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEY
anivr and Searcher of Biennis for till.
1 on nly,
OFFICK No. It Temple Block, l.os AIIK.'-
Ics, Cnliioriila. IM?2-II
V. E. HOWARD A SONS,
AT LAW,
" TKMI'DK BLOCK, LOS AXUKI.KS.
oc2-tf
A. A. WILSON,
, °ltM , 'V & COUNSELLOR.
ol- FICK itooni Xo. 11. Temple Block,
AllKeles, |'aliinima. (W*Mt
A. 11. II lISON. j. W . Ull.l.Kri'K.
JUDSON A GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OK RECORDS
AND CON VKVANCKHM.
TK.M I'l.K BJ.IH'K, LOH ANIiF.LF.S.
oci-liu
C. W. MORGAN,
ESTATE AOENT,
Four doors south of tiie Post QStitli, Temple
Block, Los AiiKeles, Caliloinla.
Hi! MONF.V TO LOAN. 00MI
GEORGE REINECKE,
Barber Saloon A Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
MHAMIMOINIi, BATHS, F.lf.
This cstulilishiiient has Jusl Ik-cii refitted,
ami, niter having eIIBUKiHI the Ik-si R.rliers in
the city, I respi eifuliy solicit eustoiu 110)0 all
who want work executed In lhe In si style.
Makes Ihe lIATUINO BI'MIXKMM a sjM eiul
ly, and has lhe Quest si t of Bath Booms In lhe
city. »r> I'nderthe H. lla t'lilnn. oeL'-lmlp
CITY LAUNDRY,
N INTH STREET, BETWEEN
iiriisslMip|M-r uud Uilftin streets.
Urn ANOKLF.M.
U. litlemeii's, HOTKI. ANII BKSTAI'HANT
W.VsIIINO done on reusonuhle (eruis.
PKABL BCTTONS sewed on, und ordinary
MKNDINU done. Washing called for und de
livered, FHKK OF CHAROK.
itti Oriler slate nt ltioileiiek's I took Store.
oci-lmlp .1. X Q'XKIL
GAMBRINUS BREWERY,
piRSTSTREKT, LOS ANtiELES.
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN IM' A NTIT 1 T<) SI'IT.
(s-2-2inlp .l« IH. LKIBKR, I«mprl«'t(r.r.
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
Su. 13 ALltttt NTREKT.
H ENRY VV. STOLL, Propbiktor.
supplies Bur Rooms and private lioul
lles with Ihe purest und hest 1
HOItA AN It NA KNA I* AHI 1.1. A,
IH-Ilvercd to liny part of lhe city. oc2-lttl 1
Delmonico Restaurant,
]Vf AIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
iTX MKIUTAL, I.OH AiiKeles, Clllifonlllt.
01»KIN tit A.IJJU HOI HS. ,
•a The choicest delicacies of the Hint Mar
ket s always 011 Ihe Bill of Fare. Klegant
DIXNF.RM ANI) LI'NCHKM ut a nioment's
notice. JAS. MI'NRoK & CO., ,
oc2-iin Proprietors.
TONSORI AL PALACE
JONI^X,
O PROPHIKTOR AND MANAtiKR
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
shuvluK and I'.athinr Kniporlnin, No. m
Main street. fK-2tl-lp
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. C. JACKSON
keeps ill! kinds <>i'
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORB, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
I'oKtH, «li
PLASTER PARIS,
CoRNKR oF
Alameda and First Streets.
• •o.Vi in lp
J. L. WARD * CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMI
Manufacturers Agents.
AOKVrs Koi!
LOUDON ASSUi AhtE CMPOMJION;
UNION INSTANCE COMPANY Of SAN FHANCISCO;
COMME' CIAL I MAM I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(I omhined assets exceed ttI4.MM.4MMI
IAUOCK'S Fl.iE EXTkHfitilSHEfi:
BAKER « HAMILTON'!! MSMCULTUIAL MACHINEHY;
THE CELEIHATE MAIN WAGON;
SWAN IfIEWEHY CO.'S ALE AND OPhTEH.
cc2-:mip
ADAM A NELSON,
Merchant Tailors,
HAVING ESTABLISH El)THEM
selves ut the ohl -land Of
1.. l»«<ter. opiMMllt* the l>«»«l-4»IM«-<>.
MPRINU STRKKT, hiv ptCpftml to lill AI.I.
OHDKKs In the
Latest tk Most Fashionable Styles.
A fine assortment ol
Cassimeres, Vestings,
Anit everything in tho line always on hand.
Hi?'A CilHIl) FITOI'ARANTKKD IX AM.
CAsKM. Oive us a i'hll. ocMnilp
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LI MBER.
CORNKR FTHMf AND AI.AMKDA HTN.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
- sicll as
ImHiHs, HARM, BLINDS, CTC., FTC
ocL'-lmlp
PERRY, WOODWORTH &, CO.,
| UMBER YARDS
M.U ANIi PLANINU MiUA
%**». 741 COMMKIiCI.VI. ST.
Kecji constantly on linml 11 full assortment
OII.IMBkK, iKM.ItS, SASH, MOT LIU NOS,
BUNDs, Tt'ltNKD AND MAWKD WORK.
All kinds oi' mill work done to .inter.
ti. B. i .VSWKI.I.. I. K. K1.1.15.
CASWELL & ELLIS,
JMI'ORTERS
A Mil Healers In lleurritl acrcliM.idWc.
80 AMI M MAIN MTRKKT,
SSfSf I .OS ASUKI.KS.
FELIX OLIVERY'S
J*ASTRY AND CHOP HOUSE,
Hlillc House Building, I.WH Angeles Nl.
in TI .
Keep* constantly the FRKKHKHT AND
IT It KMT PASTRY, and the mot delicious
CHOI'S. MKAtJN AT A LI. HO CRM. »»
nrM-lattp
K. HKKTHON. K. V. C. MO.MDUAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
I MPORT THE PUREST and BEST
A Havana I'lkuis, and keep on hand
Chrwiiiti unit Mmokiiii; 'J'nlmccd,
Pllics, Cigiirrlto* nnd Fancy Articles.
MuinSt., next door to W. F. A <V*'s Kxpress.
ocitUp
COCOMONGO WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINK CKLLAR, underneath the 11, M.
Hotel. Wine hy the Olnss, Bottle or Oullon.
All kinds nt
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
nt wholesale nnd retail.
Ktimim
'Hit' pnhllr of I.O* Aiirclcs hiv hPrehy unfi
lled that no other |>crson In l.os A uncles -|>ul
Louis Mcsiner hus wines from the CocomnnKo
ranches. . J. USANHKVAIN.
SA M. B
Bill Poster and Distnfiher.
H ANDBILLS, CIRCULARS. Pko
.(iHA MM KM, NOTK'KM, Kin. fiilthlully
POMTKD OH DIHTHIBTTKD thiniitrhout Ihe
city and country.
X. R. -Purlieu nt H distance cvii send uny-
IhliiK they wish posted or distrlhuted In the
cltv or Nurrouiutirin country, with assurance
thai the work will lie faithfully done.
Orders ninv lie left ul the office of the DAILY
Hrhalo. SAM. IIKROK,
.H-2-lf Ajipden._
JOSEPH BRESON,
SAMPLE ROOMS,
OPIHHITK ir. M. HOTKI., MAIN MT-
Tho purest WINRM, tlie choicest CKJAItM,
and the bent FANCY Hit INKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
«t* Tcinplc Block, next to Wells, Furi;o A
Company's office. oc2-llilis
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN
nil st>les. BHAIDH, VVHfM AND WA
TKHFAI.I iM, made ut the shortest notice.
TANOLKD HAIU.MTHAIUHTKNKD AND
M AUK IN\o ANYMHAPE.
ear Perfumes ol the finest quality on hand
am. for sale. NO. » MPRINfI MTRKKT, Lm
Anicehis, California. yef-tf
HENRY fc;pbDEN, 4
I>IANO-EORTE TUNER, KKG'tV
LA TOR AND RF.PAIRKR.
OrjXiiiiK Htitt Melutleoiiis -Adjusted.
AI.I. WOHK Ui .VRANTKKD.
RtcKKßKNcrs Rrodrtck's Stoiv; Kdltor Hkk-
AI.II. OC'itflp
MISCELLANEOUS.
W KP 17 H j_ie
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
or t'Hit'Atiio, rLLINttIS.
Cash Capital, . 81,000,000
BraiieheNlu all I lie Nlntesuf the I'liion.
HAVINIi XOW CO M PLET E U
the orgnnlMtton of our
I*R«»ifi<»
We lake pleasure in announcing that our Pa
cific l'oast Stockholders hnve elected the fol
lowing well-known citizens ns officers of our
PACTFIf! BRANCH!
I'ri'Khhiil:
oLIVKH KLDitliKH'..
I'iee- I'lmitlfnls:
TH' IS. A, H\LL, WM. It. WHKATON
A. L. OURNKY. Seci-etnry pro tern
JAS. T. BOYD Utorney
THOS. BROWN Tn-nsuri'r
ORAM. BCRRF.LI Medical Kxninlner
i£r#JWf7f*e (
Ot-VRR KLDRIIKiF, JOS. A. DoNOHOK,
JAM. T. BO YD, OF.o. W. BF.AVFR,
! CHAS. IiCBKKLL, THOS. 8K1.1.,
K. 11. PKBRIN.
fitrprtoriu
ol.l\ XX ICLDRKDfJF.I.KLAND STANFORD
OKO W. RKAVF.R, Tllos. BROWN,
N. (S. KITTLK: C. CHBISTIANSKN,
JOHN F. Mll.LKll, Tllos. IL SKLBY,
.1 As. T. BOYD, B. F. MORROW,
C. I. HBKNHAM, S. F. BI'TTKRWORTH
M. D. SWKKNY, OKO. H. WHKATON,
1. FRIKDLANDKB, WM. BTRI.INO,
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
lOS. A. IMINOHOF, WM. R. WHKATON,
THOS. 8K1.1., K. li PKBRIN,
C. T. HY LAN D, WM. L. DICK'KNMON
WM. S. LADD.
THK
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Wns chartered hy s|H'ciul net of the Legisla
ture of the Slate of Illinois, aud commenced
doing business in July, IS7O, making it now
just three year* old, its ptaii of orgnntfallon
was lo have
$5,0iH),n00 Capital Stocii.
with twenty per cent, paid in,and the balance
Hiihjecl to call. Willi BRANCH ORIS ANIZA
TIONKof stockholder* iv Hie leading husiness
center* of thecountry, compoaed of tne best
business men -thus'making a Company of
National extent and prestige, and yet a
HOME COMPANY AT f'.At'H Kit A M 11.
The Company al Ibis dale has policies in
foi-ce covering over ,<2">,inhi,ikni of risks, with an
annual income of oyer
H1.000.000,
ALL AssKTs of PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VKHTKD ON I'll IS CiTAST.
Capital Monk of I'acitli- Brunch,
0ver.....i i :!tm,i»N> ON
Invested in Mortgages on Real Ks
tale in I'alilOioia during the last
tour month*, wer Mn\M M
'!_ Policies Is.-ued at I'ncillc Branch
during same peiiod, insuring 1,212,HKi M
4'bargen fur liiMiiraiice 'i.f |»er 4'eul.
l.e*N thau Multoil 4'ompaiiieM.
THK X KIT li L 1 C
Does no| Isirrow THK CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PBOMISKS to return Ihe same al
some INDKFINITK future period ami i'ALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In present lug the clniins ot THK RKI'I'B
LIC to the patronage of Ihe people of this
Coast, we shall at all times aim to be gov
erned hy sound business considerations, and a
due regard for the rights and merits of com
peting companies.
0 1
OFFICK OF THK PACIFIC BRANCH.
NO. 317 4'AI.IEORNIA KTHEET.
BelOW Sunsoine St reel.
orSktltnlp
J. STRELITZ,
MERCHANT TAIUIR -
MAIN MT.,NKAIt WKI.LS.FAROO A Co
Makes the most I'ashlonable style of
o i.o rv n i (»
to he obtained ill the southern country. Also
v large stock of the
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cussimcrcs. \ elvni
nnd Silk Vcstlngs, etc. A tit guaruiitced.
Kefers to Ihe principal gen,lcmeii ol iheelty
for whom he hus made clothing.
No necessity lo semi lo Mini Francisco for
giHsl tilting suits. oc2tf-<yp
Everybody knows the old Mian
SIGNOUET. /
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
BA LOON, run by F. SIONoItKT. /
Best Cigars, /
Choicest Liquors, /
Excellent Tables,
ComiiicdiourfTßoam.
Customers received by the old ui/aii himself,
who has been in attendance siiJcc ISIO. He
welcomes nil his old customers «mil pleases
the new ones. I
The BF.MT HARBKR SHOP |n Ihe city Is
with this establishment. Clenil towels.care
l\il employee*. I ocVlm
JOHN OSBORNE,
PIONEER PACK AG JK EXPRESS
I- AND CITY I'AI 'KAIIW DKLIVF.HY.
MOVING PIANOS AIND ORGANS
A SI'ECfWLTY.
Pianos Unpacked And Repacked.
Anything Delivered, Jroni an KiivitfV
the largest Case ever sflQplH-d, to ulljfl
the city and country.jatiiiggage culJifl
lime for Ihe trains. f-
H4" Leave order* on JRic slute
Wells, Fargo ,v Co.'s Aftiee, i oriH
.Market or P. »#. Imi.x 2HII. H
NUMBER J.
SPANISH AND FjRENCH
I,EWSO?S T W.
INSTRUCTION IN ERKkcH AN l< '
1 SPANISH will be given to classes in thu
afternoons or evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
TEIt H S: I
To v nut** at five or less, per lesson t2 UO
Tn n eIMW of tiny number over Aye, per
lesson j....:-.... $3 Ut)
For further particulars, inipilnl nt the ofßce
of the I,os Asoklks Hf.kai.D, ill Lludlev 4
Thompson, or ut the PWo House.l
I.NIVKH.SITY OK CaI.IKUR.NIA, I
DKPARTMENTof I.anijitaWkh.
oaki.anii, July 11, 1572. , l
Herewith I certify thill Miss Josephine »'Uid
' ley hus been nst intent In my ilepnrtin- ,nt of
(lie I'nivcrslty for five consecutive jtern, s ' v ' z:
from September, lKTii, to April M, W2. ) )l ""'nK
this time she studied the French, Hie f»WM»t»n
und the German languages, obtaining "'ways
the highest murks for proficiency nnd t'ttend
unec, her avcrnge credit murk for live P*WM
being per cent. *
On entering the University, Miss l„nu'»*'>
possessed already such knowledge of tii¥.
French nnd Spanish idioms us to 7s> able to
speuk them with ease, fluency, correctness,
mid ii pure pronunciation. «
she may now |> usidered thorough ij fa
ml with the theory and philosophy, us well
us with the application „f these tw'.j'tongues;
nnil she may safely be recommended as v can
didate of great promise, for teaching the
French and Spanish languages.
I. MoDA, I'rof. Modern Languages.
FNIVKHSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Josephine I,ind lev hus lieen declared by the
Faculty entitled to this Certificate of i'roti
eienc> in the depart incuts of Oeologx and
Natural History, i Botany unit Physical iieolo-
IT/t) Belles (Knglish Literature, Hist.,
ry. Ancient and Modern,) rhciuislry. Modem
Languages, i French and Spanish.i
Henry Durum, President of University; F.
s. rnrr, Prof, Chemistry; P. Pl«*la, Modern
I,anionics; Joseph Lcl'onte, Professor of i le
ology and Natural History; William Mwlnloii,
Professor of Helles Lettres; Martin 'Kellogg,
DmIB of Ihe Faculty.
LAWLOR INSTITUTE
l«* Main Ntreet. I.om AugeleM.
THK SEVENTH SEMI-ANNUAL
Session of Ihls
S EG I- X C T>UA VSCH 0()1„
lv which girls and boy* receive v USKKI'I..
IK Al T le A I. ANI)COMPI, RTF Knglish Kduciltion,
coiiinieiieed on MONDAY, AlHil'MT 11, IHT:!.
TERMN PEK MONTH:
KiiKlish Studies, Including Ihe ordinary
SehiKil Brunches, und Doiible-Kulry
Book-Keofmigand Algebra Jf, till
Primary tleographv, Second und Third
Headers ._. i INI
('tin l-t ami Primer l'hisses .".(Hi
KXTIUH.
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand nnd Ocoiu
etry, per month || INI
I'ompetent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
ll ll < t the Modern I .it li gauges, Will lie coiincctett
With the Institution, i
For further particulars, apply lo the ninli i;
dgned.nl the School Building.
oWiml W. 11. LAWI.oR, Principal.
FRFNCH and SPANISH LESSONS
r K.SSONS IN THK KHENCH
and Spanish langunges will be given toclnsses
or ill private, commencing on
WKIINKSDAY. IMT4IBKB I. 1H73.
TKHMS ok If IIIon:
Private lessons s 1 iNi each
Twenty lessons la INI
Lessons to uuy uuniber of pupils
over five, for one month,three les
sons every week, each pupil 2 IKI
French and Spmil.Mi Heboid for rhtttJUrn ev
ery day (Saturdays e\ceptedi ut -I o'clock P.
M. TUTTtON,get mouth,*:!.
For further iiartii-ulars, Inftlllre at No. 1117
Main-trei t. Transl ttiou of FitKNeif, Span
ish ink KMAi.ua. F. v. c. OK MOM DRAN.
______ !_?_LL" 1 L
Drawing and Painting.
TNSTIU'CrION IN CRAYON, PEN
-1 I'll. AND PKRSPKCTIVK DRAWING,
in Coloring with India Ink and Wider Colors,
uud iv
<> 11. 1* -V I NT T I NT
given ul Hillside Cottage, hack of the new
school-house. Mils. Ll! WHKAT SMITH.
OC_f__ _
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
LOH AiNCiKIiKH.
ITNDER THK CARE OK THE
j Pathkhm ok st. vinvknt dm pai l.
DKOKKKs CoNFKHHKD, nnd Ihe mast
complete Kducatioii Riven. No WOT* bouutl
flillv situated s|sit in the whele oi Soil hern
I'ulifornln. Apply by Idler, or personally, to
UKV. FATHKH RICHARDMON,
oc2-lmis President.
STOLEN HORSES
I HAVE THE FOLLOWING DK
-1 scribed horses in my possession nt Ste
phens'isirrnl, tiiken from Tlburcio Vnsipiez's
bund of robber*. I iwners ran hnve their stis-k
by proving property und paying charge*:
Two American work mares, one sorrel and
one brown, branded F with n hull circle at Hie
bottom,
l me large sorrel work hose, III':, hnnds high,
hrtindcd S ii.
One sorrel horse, having collar nnd saddle
murks, blaze in luce, left fore foot and lelt
hind fool while, branded .1 K.
One sorrel horse supposed to he a hull-breed,
with collar and siiddle-innrks, fore feet white,
strip iv forehead; lira rid, two Inverted .Is wj-h
S iinderiienth.
One morn suddlc-horse, liald face, all feel
white, hrnnded and vented With letter O, und
also branded wllh letter A with half circle on
top.
One huge iron-KTuy horse, lira in led M rnnd
ttgape* %\
oiieSimnish snddlc or work mure with coll,
hrnnded M X, and also J A v
One Uklil gray snddle-hoi-se, hrnnded ,1 wllh
hall' circle.
one dun marc, while mane nnd lull, hnitid
ed 1 It nnd .1 «J, unit nlflO j A L.
one blnck inuri', brandNl I with half circle
al top nnd bottfHßfMM ' A L.
one buy mare und yearling coll, branded .I
a r*
One dun nuir.innd sucking colt, branded A
with oon lop.
I me yearling dun colt, hrnnded J AL
WM. It. ROWLAND, Sheriff,
ocflf _____
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