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Ia Published every morning except Monday,
THR HKRAI.D IMIIMINU COMI'AXY.
OFFICE Herald SI emu Hook nnd Joh
I'rintltig House. Hpr.llg street, opposite the
< 'Ottli House.
Per annum, by mail or express *l(l
Xix months " " ti
Three moid lis " " • •'!
Delivered by eftrrlern, per week, t!> cents
Aileertlseineiils inserted at liherat rates.
"HOE YOUR OWN ROW.
I think there arc some mnxlltls
I inter lhe sun
scarce worth piwaervnlloni
Itn I here, boys, is one,
So sound and so dimple,
' i'is Worth a Idle to k now:
And all iv I he single line,
Hoc your ow ll row .'
If you want to have riches,
Ami want to have Mends.
Don't trample the menu- down
And look for Ihe ends;
lint nlway s rcmcmiier,
Wherever you no,
The w isdi nil of prui'l isi111;
Hoe your own low!
Don't just sil and pray
For meriM.seof your store,
lint work who will help himself,
I len yen helps more,
the weed while yiHt'tvsleeping,
Will come up and glow,
Put if you would have tne
Full ear, you must hoc!
Nor will It dnonly
in hoe out the Meeds,
You must make your ground mellow
And put oi lhe seeds;
And when n.e youim blade
Pushes through, you inusl know
There is nothing will atrcngthcu
lis growth like the hoc!
There'll no use of sayi n
Wnai will bn will ue;
i (nee i ry It, lank-hrahi.
And sec What you'll see'
Why, Juki small potatoes,
And few in a row;
You'd better take hold, then,
.vnd honest |y hoe I
A good malty workers
I've known in my time
Some builders of houses,
Some builders Ol rhyme;
And they Hint were prospered
Were prospered. I know,
Hy tlie lutein ami Bleftnitlgof
Hoc your own row |
I've know n too, a good ma.
Idlers, w ho .said,
I'se a right to my living,
The world owes rue bread I
A right! [any lubber!
A Ihousaud limes, No!
'I'is his, uml his only, »
Who hoes his own row I
Editor Hkrald:- The Kan Pran
eiseo Bulletin of tlie 80th ult says.
"The recent events in New York saw
tlie Wisdom of California in steadily
retaining the metallic eurreiK'J'. So far
there have heen no failures among our
lni'iehants, etc." Very true, and why.
First, Because the crisis was confined
entirely to railroad rings, which were
— Wl.im a* 4 XI
tlld community, Second, The govern
ment of the I'nited States having in
augurated, and fostered these monopo
lies from their very hegillllf ng to the
present, could not afford to stand aside
and see all their favorite enterprisesj
together with their net hankers, and
operators engulphed in common ruin,
when they could prevent it. Hence
the prompt action of President Grant,
and Secretary Richardson, Boutwell
and Others. These great corporations
were created hy the party, and now
the very existence of the party de
pends to a good extent upon tneoontln
uanee, and solvency of these monop
olies, If the treasurer of the govern
ment had not came to the front
promptly, every l>UHine.-s man in the
country would have felt the crisis
severely. Third, The mercantile com
munity of any country is never In
danger while they conduct business as
they do in California. They "Seldom
exteßu any credit, and when they do,
it is. only for a short time—sixty or
ninety days, and this little favor is
generally repaid by a half or two per
cent per month.
They buy the produce of the farmers
at a great discount and sell it for a prof
it. No, the mercantile community
of California are in no danger, and
never will Ik* so an long as they and
the hankers can keep out of compe
tition. But the farmers, the verj life
of the Country, Will fail by the thou
sands. Better that we pass through a
crisis every ten years than to starve in
the premises to death,
There will never be any capital to
invest in the products of the farm,
so long as money can be loaned ut -
and ;i percent, per month, unless they
can invest titrates that will insure a
larger profit. Money will never be in
vested in produce or in hrilding up.the
manufacturing Interest of v country
where it can be loaned at (8 to SO per
cent, per annum.
if money can be had at 10 per cent.,
those who have it will invest In ma
chinery, or speeulntc in grain, or new
enterprises will he undertaken, which
will develop the country,
We assert it os a fact, that while we
have one of tlie best fanning countries
under the sun, also a grazing and
stock-raising country hardly equalled
by any on tlie continent; yet, if it were
not for the milling interests of Califor
nia we would be bankrupt. About
one hundred men control the purse
strings of the State, and the lighter
they make financial matters the
greater their gains. There is nothing
they so much dread as a surplus of
money in the country. Tliut which
would give great prosperity to every
body else, would flimlnlfih their divi
If currency was introduced into this
State by nn* Act of the Legislature,
millions would he brought here to in
vest in lands, in manufactories und in
mines, which would ut once give a
profitable market for nil the products
,d the farm.
('apt. Wilcox lias gone to San Kran
cisco. Caplain McAlmond has made
aeontroet to haul telegraph poles to
Burtce'i station. —it in proposed to
have two good races, and several minor
ones, on each day of tlie race week.,
"Uml to oiler daily about Si i.!. Hull'
the money lum been raised. Tiie fol
lowing named peruon* arc tlio Oirt'Ctoiu
of tlio Hank ot Sail IMego : **. P. Mur
ston, Jus. A. Evans, K. W. Morse, J.
If. Price, \Y. E, Botmon, T. li. Nes-
Hiitb, <*. Dunham, 1). Cleveland, and
i, W. Oeddes.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
The City Press and the Judgeships.
Editor Hkrald:—] have read with
Interest your timely and temperate
guggcstlons on tl|e subject of lie ftp*
preaching Judicial election, und fully
concur In your opinions aa to the I in*
port unci* of a careful and dincrlinlnat-
Ing Judgment of the relative merits of
candidates who aspire to the honor
and dignity of the bench. But, like
yourself, .Mr. Editor, 1 am a "new
comer." I have, however, resided
here a sufficient length of time to In
come a citizen, and availed myself of
the privileges afforded to citizens by
tlu* elective franeliise at the late elec
tion. [ voted the "Independent Tick
et," The canvass was efficiently con
ducted on both sides, and voters were
enabled to vote Intelligently, But in
the pending canvass for Judicial offl
eers, I, for one, must confess that 1
scarcely know who to vote for. I hail
from one of those grand old Middle
Btates where the Intelligent voter is
accustomed to take counsel of the pub
lic press in all matters pertaining to
public affairs. There it Is the invaria
ble mle that a successful public jour
nal must be au honest one, and the
people are swiff to discern tlu* ele
ments of trustworthiness, or the re
verse of it, on the part of a newspaper
editor. It is, perhaps, for this reason
that tlie press is generally honest, ami
the people are willing to abide its
counsels, it is a peculiarity of the
human race, that in migrating, people
carry with them their distinctive
characteristics and notions, i have
brought mine along with me. I read
the newspapers, and especially those
of this city. It is seldom that an
original item or idea in any of them
escapes my eye. i have watched with
unfailing interest, and lately with Im
patience, the editorial columns of your
contemporaries for a candid discussion
(or any discussion nt all \ of the relative
merit*Of the various candidates for
Judges and Justices of the Peace, but
they are as silent as the Sphynx.
There are two candidates in the Held
for the office of District Judge, three
for ('ounty Judge, and somewhere in
the neighborhood of a baker's dozen
who want to be Justices of the I'caee.
Are these men nil equally competent
and equally honest, so that We may
not err in a choice of candidate on our
ballots'.' 1 am afraid not, and yet I
know but little about tliem. It is the
boasted province of public joUP
nals to give direction and guidance to
public sentiment. If the newspapers
of this city have any claim to that
honorable distinction they will no
longer compel the unenlightened voter
to grovel in the dark respecting the
merits of candidates in the field, but
will indicate the proper persons to he
voted for and assign reasons for tlie
faith there is in tliem,
n is now (//'• rlrri tit II Hour oi I lit
canvass, and those laborers indie pub
lic vineyard are still Idle.
I am of a somewhat religious turn
of mind, and often when perplexed in
my efforts to adapt causes to effects, I
seek for a solution of the difficulty In
the pages of holy writ, In conning,
recently, its sacred teachings, I chanc
ed upon the following text in theOth
and 7th verses of the 20th chapter of
fne Gospel according to St. Matthew:
"And about the eleventh hour he
went out, and found others standing
idle, and said unto them, Why stand
ye here all the day idle. They say
unto him, Because no man hath hired
I am in a quantify, Mr. Editor, as to
whether this text has any application
to your esteemed contemporaries of
this city. i'ossibly it has not.
October 4th, 1*7."..
J. W. North, of Riverside is desper
ately ill.—""vada party have pur
chased an inteivsi in the Red Cllilef
Company mines. Tons of peaches
are rotting on the ground.
United States Hotel,
LOS ANGKhKS, (Jul.
The largest and most commodious Hotel
south»of San Francisco.
rpHK UNDERHIONED BEG
a leave to inform the traveling pllbllethat
tbey have leased this WF.1,1 ,-KN< iWN HO
TEL, and from their experience can truly suy
that ii Kin: permanent aud trsnalenl hoarders
will Uud a in 'Mi-:
FOR PRIVATE FA MI I,IKS
We have suites of Roonm at moderate pliccs.
Tlie exti tishc ncipinintutiee we have formed
throughout Ihe Slate Willi life
n?roVt>lllnfK Co inn inn il y,
I*amiftloientguarantee that this House w ill
always be their FAVORITE RESORT, and we
shall endeavor lo maintain our reputation by
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
for oar table, and the CHOICEST WINKS
and LIQUORS tor out bar,
We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel.
no Our terms nre moderate, fall ami see
us. ua • I!AM.MIX ANI) DKNKKH.
opposiTF. IT. s. HOTEL, M AIN'ST.
The purest WINFS, the choicest CIOAHH,
nnd the best FANCY DItINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
tin Temple liloek, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's olliee. oeu'-lnils
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1873.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, ,
JJIIYSICIAN AND SUtOEON.
OFFICE Nn. ii fiowney'n nieck,Hp-xtalM.
DR. A. S. SHORB,
j roMOSOPATHIC physician.
oFFKF Nearly opptMllte the Post Office.
HFsIHKNCF. No. ID Frank Ihi street.
DR. H. S. ORME,
DHYrAIOIAN AM) SLKGEON,
OFFICE ANDURBIDRNOK—In Lnnfrnneo**
Building, No. ?t .Main street.
Offloe Hours rroui 10 A, If.to i I*, M.. and
In in > to .'I I', al, oc'.'-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
j>HYSIUAN AND SI'BGEON,
OFFICK AND BEHIDENCE-In Relnach.'"
Mock, t oni inereial mul l.os Angeles streets.
Uo', Spceiul attention |iaiil lo disen'.'.es of tic
KYK AND RAIt. oej-tt ■
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
J £O.M(EOI .\THIST.
OFFICK ARB KF.SIHKNCK spring street,
opposite the .Mayor's Ollice. ocMptf
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
MXCII AN I(A L, OPERATIVE
AND HirRGRON Dr.NTisT.
OFFICK - .'!'.' Spring shell, next to Fire En-,
Cine Mouse. ocl!-lf
11. K. S. o'MKI.VKNV, H. T. lIAZAItII.
O'MELVENY & HAZARD,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
l.os ANGKLKB, CAI*
BiTHpoelnl attention given to business in
the I'loteil states f,aiul Office. oeiMf
A. oi.Asski.i., B. U. SMITH.
A. ll.l'llAl'.M.VN, 11. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN &SMITH.
A TTORNEYH AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE Ul.hck up-dnirs, l.os
Angelew, CaMfhrnla, oeS-tf
JAMES G. HOWARD,
A TTORNEY AT l,.\n
COI UT COMMISSION Xli,
Downey's Block. Low Angeles. oc*3-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE- No. ISHiwm y Mock
cHAHi.aa mmii.kv. j. s. tiiuaesow,
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
A TTOMBTH AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room So. :i, Downey Mock, oej
w. i,. MAKsiiAi.i.. am.l. a, ooi i.n.
£~ opposite the Court House. Itonms Nos.
IS ami l!> Temple liloek, l,os Angeles, < 'al.
Will practice in all the Courts of tins Stale,
ami attend to business in r. s. band Office.
LEW. C. CABANIS,
\T OTA it V IT 11 LIC, CONVEY
nncer ami Searcher of It cords for tills
OFI U K-No. 41 Temple Block, l.os Ange
les, i 'allfbrhln. noi-l i
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TF.MI'LE Itf.ock', l,os ANOKI.F.s.
A. A. WILSON,
ATCO#NJS ft COI'NSELLOIt.
OFFICK—Room No. 11, Temple Mock, Lo*
Augeles, Californtn. ocj-tf
A. v. .ii'Uson. .1. w. oii.i.kttk.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
GEAItCHERH OP BEf .'OKDS
£5 A N1» CON VKYANCKKS.
TK.MI'I.K BLOCK, I.OS ANOKI.I'.S.
G. W. MORGAN,
IDEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Mock, I,os Angeles,' California.
MS .MONK.V TO LOAN. oc2-tf
ON At. I. MIVIB,
I .OS ANtiKI.RS, CAI,.
Rrfjcbs to— Im'.j.s. Qrittln,J. <■'. Downey,
1.. 11. Titus, lieu. p. Banning, I. w. iiciiui.ui,
The introduction of water into < titles, Towns
nud Handles a specialty, Contracts takeu
for making sheet iron pipes, nt my shop, or
where desired, on the most fa vorahh- term*,
BARBERS BATH HOUSES.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
IT All' TRIMMING; BHAVINO,
1 1 Mil AMIIIOING, lIATIIS, ETC.
This establishment lias just been relltled,
mul, after having engaged tho hest limbers in
tlie city, I respectfully solicit custolii from all
who want work executed In the hest stvlc.
.Makes the BATHING IiI'SINKSSn special
ly,and has I he finest set of Bath Hooins in tlie
city. IM> I'nde.rthe llella I'nlon. oc.'-lmlp
IO I'ItoPKIKTOIt ANII M ANAUFIt
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Fniporium. No. 7.i
Main street. «a-2tf-lp
PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NO YES' AND
under the " Kxprcss " office, TKMPI.K
As Prof. Hreen has the liest avallahle.as.slst
a ids to he procured in the State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Will he'performed In the hest style of the ton
sorlal art. ix-5-l m
ADAM & NELSON,
HAVING EST A HLISHKDTH KM
. selves al the old sland of
1.. Peter, opposite the l»oHt-Oflicc.
RPRING STHKF.T, arc prepared to 1111 Aid,
OKDKRH in the
Latest A Most Fashionable Styles.
A line assort incut of
And everything In the line nlways on hand.
an a (io< ii» fit <■ra it a ntffh in all
CAHRS. (live us a Call. oc.'-linlp
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD <fe CO.
AOKNTS Xl 111
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FUNCISCO;
COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed tsil.tmn.owai
BABCOCK'S RM EXTINGUISHER;
BAKER & HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY;
THE CELEBIAItU BAIN WAION;
SWAN BREWEi.Y CO.'S ALE ANO 10 .TER,
HELLMAN. HAAS & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE for SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE REST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
Paints, Oils. Doors. Sashes.
BLINDS, FABMINQ IMPLEMENT",
II and itt Los Angeles and Commercial sis.,
org] LOS ANIiFLKS. [Im-lp
I. B. FERGUSON'S
Is the i:\clusiic Commission House lo
go lo lor Everything- Yon U'nnl.
/iQMMI S S IO N M ERCH AN T.
V 1 General dealer in all kinds ofCOI'N
Hides. Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
parts Of the United Stales. Nos. 2-i and !M
Allso St.; LOS ANIiFLKS. oc.Vly lp
J. G. JAOKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
l*o*tt-i. SltHk PW,
PLASTER PA HIS,
CEDENT AIVD HAUL
Alameda and First Streets.
I UMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MIMA
.NO. TO COMMKItCIAL S'P.
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of 1.l M BFK,. lsiolts, SASH, MOULDINGS,
blinds, Turned and sawed work.
All kinds of mill work done to order. oc2
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
I \EALERS IX LI MBER.
U CORNER FIRST AN D ALAMKDA sTS.
Mill Work of all Kinds.
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS, KTC, KTC.
s. 11. C'ASWStMs .1. K. Kl.l.is.
CASWELL & ELLIS.
Aud Dealers lv tieiieral Merchandise.
80 AND 82 MAIN MTRKKT,
oc'.'-tf Los Anoki.ks.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINK CKLLAIC, undernealh the IT. X
Hotel. Wine by the (IfaSs, Bottle or Uulloa.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
The public of Los Angeles arc bereliy noii
fled lh.it uo other parson in Los Angeles Jbul
iXMIIS Mesiiur has wines from Ihe Cocomnngo
ranch, s. J. L. SANSKVAIN.
LOS AN6ELES SODA WORKS,
No. 13 ALLSO NTKKKT.
HENRY W- STOLE, Pnoi'itiKTOß.
■ Supplies Bar Booms and private laml
ileti Willi the purest and Is-sl
SOUA ANI) SARNAfARILLA.
IS'livered to any part of the city, oc2-lm
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
7 ADIES' HAIR DRKSSTNO IN
JU all styles. BRAIDS, ct'RLS AND WA'
TFRFALLS, made at the shortest notice.
TANGLED HAIR STRAIGHTF.NED AND
MAIiK INTO ANY SHAPK.
»H»V Pcrfuiiies Ol tile tlucst quality on hand
and lor sale. No. 9 SPItINO STRBKT, liOS
Angeles, California. nc'-df
piliST STREET, LOS ANOELEH.
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN OJ ANTITIKS TO SFIT.
oc2-linlp Jos. LFIIIFR, Pmprletor.
Bill Poster and Distributer.
nANDBIiiIjS, CIRCIUiARS. Pro
. GRAMMKM, NOTICKS, Ktc. faithfully
I'osTKD <»R DISTRIHI'TKD throughout tin
city and country.
N. B.—Parties ut a distance can send any
thing they wish posted or distributed in the
city or surrounding country, with assurance
that the work will he faithfuli \ done.
Orders May be h ft at the oflice of the Daily
HnuAi.nf| i SAM. BERGE,
oe'2-tf l.os Angeles.
1* EPi RLIC
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Of 4'III4'AUO. ILLINOIS.
Cash Capital, . $1,000,000
Brandies In all llie Mutes ol the raion.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
the organization of our
We take pleasure in announcing that our Pa
cific Coast Stockholders have elected the fol
lowing well-known citizens as Officer* of our
/ Usv/ > i l ei<wVwf«<
THOS. A. HALL, WM. It. WHKATON
\ L OCRNKY Secretary pro tern
JAS, T. BO YD Attorney
thos. BROWN Treasurer
chas. BtTRRELI Medical Bxnmlnsr
Httmttrr nssMKffesf •
OLIVKR F.LDRIDOE, JO*. A. DOXOHOR,
JAS* T. UoVH. GFO. W. REAVER,
CHAS. HURRELTm THOS. BELL,
F. li. PERRTN.
(>LI VER KLDRKDU F..1.K LA Nll ST A N FOR 11
UFO. W. BEAVER, Tllos. BROWN,
N. <i. KITTLK; •'. CHRISTIANSKN,
JOHN V, MILLER, THOS. 11. SKLIH,
lAS. T. BOYD, H. F. MORROW.
C. I. BRFNHAM, s. F.BITTTERWORTH
M. D. SWEENY, GEO. H. WHEATON,
I. FHIKId.ANIiF.It, WM. BTRLINGj
A. BLACK, IH OS. A. HALL,
los. A. DONOHOE, WM. It. WHKATON,
THos. BELL E. li. PERRIN. Xt
c T. RYLAND, WM, L. DICKENSON
WM. s. LADD.
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Was chartered by special act of the legisla
ture of the state' of Illinois, nnd commenced
doing business in July. IfCO, making It now
Just three years old. Its plan of <>rgunl?utinn
was to have
1*5.000,000 Cnpltnl stock.
Willi twenty percent, paid in,and the balance
subject to call. With BRANCH ORGANIZA
TION'S of stockholders in the leading business
centers of the country, composed of the best
business men—thO* makiilg a Compiiny of
National extent and prestige, and yet a
HOMLCOMPANY AT KAt'H BRANCH.
The Company M this date has policies la
foicc covering over V-i,U:o.tian of ri-ks, with an
annual income of over
ALL ASSETS OF PACIWC HHANCirtN
(•warstrl frM this rvAsar
Capital stock of Pueitre Branch,
over i 306,000 00
Invested in Mortgages on Real Ks
tate In Califhrma during the last
four month ~over iMi.nao 00
,')2s Policies issued at Pacini- Bmneh
during same period, Insuring 1,2_,1f11) no
Clonics lor Insurance -A per t'enl.
Less limn Mutual 4'om|tniiies.
T II B HKl'l'lU.lC
DOCS not borrow THE CAPITAL Of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the sione at
some INDEFINITE I'Mtureperiod ami call
IT A DIVIDEND
In presenting the claims of THK RRPI B
LIC lo ihc patronage of the people of this
Coast, we shall at all times aim lo be gov
erned by sound businessoOnslderotlons, and a
due regard for the rights and rlls of onin
OFFICK OF THK PACIFIC BRANCH,
no. dir < ai.ifoukia RTSHTi
Hclow Salisome Slreid.
Vf ERCHANT TAI LOIt
-I*l MA l N s r., sKA n W BL] .S, FAIK 10 & <!o
Makes Die mosl fashionable style Of
C Q II I IV <or
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
a large stock oft hi'
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskin*. Heavers, Fancy Cassliiicres. Velvet
and Silk V'eatings,etc A lit guaranteed.
He fers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom he has imidc clothing.
No necessity to send to Ban Francisco for
good Httlng suits. ocatf-lp
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. SIONoItFT.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who bus been In attendance since ISlie
welcomes all his old customers and iScases
the new ones.
The ukst BARBER SHOP In lhe oRy is
with tids establishment, clean towels,caro
ful employees, oe.vim
I>I(>NEEK PACK AO E EXPRESS
X AND CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY.
MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS
Pianos Unpacked and Repacked.
Anything Delivered, from an Knvelope to
the largest Case ever shipped, to all parts of
the city and country, liaggakc called lor in
time for the truins.
tttf • Leave orders ou tbe slate nt the offlee, in
Wells, Fargo A Co.'s ollice, corner Main aud
Market streets, or P. I It Isix m% OOWWR
tONTRACTOK AND Bl ILDEH,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main nnd Spring, hOS Angeles.
ggr Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch.
|)ASTRY AND CHOP HOUSE,
White House Building, l.os Augeles Nt.
no Keeps constantly the FRESHEST AN.
PFHKST PASTRY, and the mo I dell.ions
CHOI'S. MKALS AT ALL HOURS. *«
SPANISH AND FRENCH
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND
hpanish will be given to eftvises In the
afternoons or evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To n clnsH of five or lews, |>crlesson S2 fKt
To a class of any number over Aye. per
lesson 93 00
For further particulars, inquire at the office
nf the Loa anoki.ksj Hkkai.ii, ofLlndtey &
Thompson, or at the Pico House.
TKSTIMONIA %M :
I'NI VKKSITY OK I 'AI.IKOKNI A, )
Dk.I'AKI'.MF.NT ok L A.NO I'AUKS.
OA X I. A s l>, JUly 11, 1572. I
Herewith I certify that Mlss Josephine l.lnd
ley ho* been ftstudent In my department of
the I'nlvcrsity for rive consecutive terms, viz:
from September, 1870, to April 3d, 1872. During
tills time she studied the French, the Spanish
aud the Herman languages, obtaining always
the highest marka for proficiency and attend
ance, her average credit mark for live terms
heing (17 per cent.
on entering the University, Miss Llndley
possessed already such knowledge of the
French and Spanish idioms as to la' able to
speak tliciu with ease, fluency, correctness,
and a pure pronunciation.
She may now be considered thoroughly fh
millai with the theory and philosophy, as well
as willi the application of these two tongues;
and she may safely he reenmmended as a can
didate of great promise, for leaching the
French and Spanish languages.
P. PIoDA, Prof. .Modern languages.
FNIVF.RSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Josephine l.imllev has been declared by the
Faculty entitled to this Certificate, of Proti
cieiicy in tlie departments of Geology nnd
Natural History, (Botany and Physical Geolo
gy,) Itellos (English l.ilcndure. Histo
ry, Ancient and Modern,* Chemistry, Modern
Language*, i French and Spnnlsh.)
Henry [want, Presldenl of University j K.
S. Carr, Prot Chemistry; P. l'ioda, Modern
Languages; Joseph I.eConte, Professor of Ge
ology and Natural History; William Swinton,
Prolessor of Belles Lettres; Martin Kellogg,
Den n of the Faculty.
Ills Main Street. l,os Angeles.
THE SEVENTH SEMI-ANN CAL
Session of this
HKhECT I) V V SCHOOL,
In which girls and Isiys receive a cskkcl,
J'KAI "I'll'Al. AXOCOMI'I.KTK Kllglisll Kdiicatioii,
commencedon MONDAY, AUGUST 11, isti.
T Kit MS I _B MONTH:
Knglish Studies, including the ordinary
School Branches, and Doubte-Bntr)
Book-Keeplngand Algebra i'> oo
Primary Geography, second and Third
Headers t Ui
Chart ami Primer Classes 'i ou
I. \ T It A S.
Latin, Phonetic. Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month II vi
Coaipetent Teachers of liravving, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, w ill be connected
with the institution.
For further particulars, apply to the under
signed, at lhe School Building.
ocaiiil W. It. LAWI.oH, Principal.^
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
IN THE FRENCH
and Spanish languages will he given toclasscs
or in private, commencing on
WKUMiNniY. ocroiiKit i. MM,
I'KKMS OK TI'ITIon:
Private lessons 1 00 each
Twenty lessons U on
Lessons to any number of pupils
over live, for one month,three les
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
Flench and Spanish' School lor children ev
ery day (Saturday* excepted) ut l o'clock i*.
If, TFITIoN, per month, S.i.
For further particulars, inquire at No. 107
Mala street. Translation of French, Span
ish amu Knoi.ish. f. v. c. de mo.ndhan.
ocf-l in 1 p
Drawing and Painting.
TNSTItn TION IN CRAYON, PEN-
L ( IL AND I'FRsPF.i TIVK DRAWINGi
in Coloring wilii India Ink ami Water Colors,
oil. PAIN T I If Ch
given at Hillside Collage, buck of the new
school-house. Mits. LC WHEAT SMITH.
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
T TNDEIt THE~ CARE OF THE
_J FATHKHs ok ST. VINCKNT UK PAUL.
DEGREES CONFERRED, and the most
Complete Education given. No more beauti
fully situated spot in the whole of Southern
California. Apply by letter,or personally, to
HF.V. J. MetilLL, C. M.
T HAVE THE FOLLOWING DE-
A scribed horses in my possession at Ste
phens' corral, taken from Tlhiircio Vasquesli
ha ml of robbers. Owners can have their sbs-k
hy proving properly and paylngeliargcs:
Two Ameriasn work mares, one sorrcinmi
one broWII, branded F with a hall circle at the
One large sorrel work hose, hands high,
hrnnded S (i.
«me sorrel horse, having collar and saddle
marks, blase in face, left fore foot and left
hind fisit whit.', branded J K.
line sorrel horse supposed to Ismi half-breed,
with collar and saddie-inarks, fore feel white.
Strip 111 forehead; brand, two inverted .Is With
One mom saddle-horse, bald face, all feet
white, branded ami vented with letter O, and
also branded with tetter A with half circle on
One large Iron-gray horse, hrnnded M C ami
One Spanish saddle or work mass with colt,
hrnnded M X, and also J A l„
One light gruy saddle-horse, branded .1 with
one dun mare, White mane ami tail, brand
ed I It and .1 GLand also J A L.
One black niare, branded I with half circle
at top and bottom, and I A 1..
One bay marc and vcarllug coll, branded J
One dun niara and sucking coll, branded A
with o on to)).
One yearling dan colt, branded .1 A L.
WM. It. HOWLAND, Sheriff.
Our Own Manufacture!
In tlu* Cit.v!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
>\ r ocl<lii_«f C^iilioh
tin hand nnd made lo order at short notice.
TastefUlly decora ted CAKKS of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
BREAD, PIES ANI) CAKES,
Fresh cverv day, at the
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and
Nov. 10,1 I, 12, 13, I4and 15.
SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME I
FIVE DAYS' I? yYOITVG
Stock Parades and Exhibitions.
Anil one whole day devoted In
AND OTHER MIGHTS.
First Race— Trotting--For horses that arc
owned In the district nt this date, Hint have
never beaten three minutes. Mile heats: best
three in Aye to harness—purse of 9800; WOO to
the first horse, and $100 to the second; Aye or
more to enter.
Second Race—Running rneeof a mile dash,
for all two-year olds owned and raised in this
district. Purse of $300; $200 to first and $100 to
second; five or more to enter.
Third Race—Running- Free for all Califor
nia or half-breed horses; mile flash; catch
weights. Purse $150; $100 tothe first nnd t r ») lo
the second; five or more to cuter.
F'lrst Race—Gentlemen's Saddle.
ale dash of one mile; to carry not less than
ISO pounds; each owner to ride his own horse,
with colors, iweight to be understisKl to com
prise saddle and rider, and not include whip
and hrldle,i and each rider to Is- over 10 years
old. Purse of $JI00; $200 lo first and $100 to the
second horse; five to enter.
second Rnce—Running- Free for all three
year olds bred nnd raised, and owned at this
ilate In Ihe district; mile heats, liest two in
three. Purse of $300; $200 to fust horse $100 to
second; live to enter.
Third Race-Trotting-Free for all three-year
olds In the State; mile heats, hest two In three
to harness. Purse $150; $100 to first, $50 to sec
ond; three to enter.
First Race—Trotting—Free for nil horses in
the State; mile heats, best three in five to har
ness. Purse of $:imi; $200 to first, $100 to sec
ond; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all horses
in the Slate; mile heats, best three In Aye.
Purse $400; S.HiO to first, $100 to second; three or
more to enter. ~
First Race—Running—Five mile dssb; free
for nil horses owned In this district at. this
date; catch weights—bar ireno and Pn.ll. Sher
idan—purse of $250; $175t0 the first, aid $75 to
tlie second; five to enter.
Second Race—Trotting Purse—Free for all
horses In the state; mile heals, Is-st three In .
five to wagons; owners to drive, and all pro- 4
fessional drivers to be excluded, i'urw $:t0o; A
1118 to first, 575 to second, and $50 to third; five _j
to enter. \ mmm
FIFTH DAY. M
Set apart for the exhibition of slock nud Mfl
nwardingof premiums, mm
At one o'clock on this day there will Iffl
grand exhibition of lady equestrinnlsm. I
I ■■iiiie hi 1 i ii i iMn ii
who each be accompanied liH
on the day of the contest.
and lo lie made to the Secretary oiH
the 15th of October. The entry mm
the name of the lady
came description of the unlnM|
venlent—the name of the rider eerbiimß
contest will be divided into two parts—glH
ful riding and daring equestrianism. Qwg
u-hn look prizes last year nre ineligible.
will be ten or more substantial und olci ■
premiums, to be named hereafter. There wIB
he no horse or foot-racing on this day, and til
admission will Is? the same us usual. M\
First Race -Trotting- Free for nil iiofl
the State; two-mile heats, best two infj
harness. Purse $500; $.150 to the llrstßJ
the second; five
Second Race—Running- Free for aIH
in the Slate; two-mile beats, best two ■
Purse $.500; $,150 to the tirst, $150 to the WM
All trotting races to be governed by trH
of the National Turf Congress, uud ill
nlng races to be governed hy the rules■
Sacramento State Agricultural Society,■
otherwise specified. Fair to eommenH
Monday, the 10th day of November, Umi
thine six days. All entries tohcmiidetH
Secretary by the Ist day of Oetols-r,lo pcrH
of all purses to accompany the entry. I«H
of walk-over, the horse shall be entitled WM
entrance money only. Wlien two hnrsesH
start, the third money shall lie returned tWU
SiM'lety. A horse distancing the field sluH
entitled to all the money. Judges shall ■
the rigid to call up a second or third rnoal
have it come off between the heats of Ihc ■
The Society reserves the right to withtß
any purse, if it Isdicves thai there will IxtWM
Ml thi' privileges of the d jstriet. rineludJjM
entries tor premiums and purses, are extjSl
to Inyo and Ventura countries. f_|
J3UBLIHHED BY E. F. TEOln
The only Spanish Newspafl
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and SnliirdayH
mornings. Office In Temple's New HlnckfS
Spring street, opposite tile Colt rt hflliag ■
It has a large circulation lv the State nf Cal-H
ifornia, the Eastern Slates, Louisiana,Mexlco.H
and Arizona and 1 'olorado Territories, Cent ml ■
ami Soulh America, and Spain. ■
commends itself to tlie A<ivrrtl«enL*|^|^^B!
wish to bring their business iM-foreH
lsh-s|H>aking people and numcrousS
of different nationalities, on Hie )_H
Advertising Kate* Very ReiS
■irilngg One Year, fti; sH
Los Angeles WooldMMl
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT * CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, ANI) MAN
All Wool Caasimerc*.
Tweed*. llanuels. Blanket*, ate.
All our goods are PURE W«R»L, and wur
ninlcd as represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
hy buying direct from us. STORE AT THK
"WHITE HOUSE," corner of Los Angeles
und Commercial streets. <s-2tf-2p
NEW YORK BREWERY,
IHRTS. HENNE, PROPRIETOR
Tlie CLEAREST, PI'REST and MOST BRIL
LIANL I.AUKR KEER South of
Orders for DRAUHHT or MOTTLED BEER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fies ciunpetltion In Ihe State. oc. r >-2nilp
k. iikktiion. v. v. c. mondban.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST and BEST
Havana Cigars, and keepoM hand
Cliewlna nnd Ninoklnn Tobacco,
Pipes, Clgnrrltoa ami Fancy ArtMes.
Main St., next door lo W. F. A Co's Express.