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LETTER FROM SACRAMENTO.
[special Correspondence ofthe Herald.]
Sacka.mi.nto, Oct. 11.
EDITOR HERALD: Yesterday, a lit
tle after 2 o'clock, I set foot in the cap
ital for the first time, completing the
journey in about 50 bonis. And now,
before I undertake to picture things
bent, let me just say a word as to the
intermediate journey. That the
TELEGRAPH STAOE LINK
In in every respect equal t<> the high
opinion tlie public has conceived of It,
i make no manner of question; hut
that staging, over the route from Los
Augeles to the railroad terminus, is a
most execrable mode of traveling, is
equally true. The afHictlou of the trav
eller is a species of compound torture,
which sets in at San Fernando and in
creases iv rigoruntil you have traveled
beyond the confines of I,os Angeles
county. This compound consists of,
Ist,innumerable "chuck-holes,'' which
dislocate every joint in your body at
one jerk, and Instantly replace every
bone by another Jerk, in another direc
tion; I'd, Insinuating dust, Which in
dustriously works its way into one's
eyes, nose, ears and mouth at one mo
ment tickling the optic nerve at the
back part of the eve. and tlie next mo
ment disputing the right of the atmos
pheric air to the exclusive dominion of
the chambers of the lungs. During this
conflict of forces, one is obliged to keep
up an incessant sneeze, which bids fair
to wear out tbe whole machinery of
the throat before relief can beobtained.
Next in order is the intolerable stench
which Is every where present for a dis
tance of some 60 miles from San Ker
naudo. This arises from the stagnant
water which Is distributed all along the
route at tlie bottoms of innumerable ra
vines. Add now, to these causes of dis
comfort,the warm days and cold nights,
sand storms, meals served at the sta
tions, etc., and you will Mud that the
Telegraph Stage Line, however effi
cient tlie agents may be, or how pon
derous Hie coaches, can offer nothing
but hardship and a Speedy passage to
Ihe traveller. At the railroad termi
nus, however, our trials came suddenly
to an end. At tl o'clock ou Wednesday
evening we were snugly in bed and
Hying toward l.athrop, where we
breakfasted next morning, before tak
ing the overland for Sacramento. And.
NOW FOR THK CAPITAL.
If it were not for the happier asso
ciations which cluster around tins
spot, coupled witb the departed spirit
oi '40, it would he ii dreary place in
deed. About tbe first impression a tour
ist would be likely to receive of Sac
ramento, as fie wliirls over its wooden
pavement and between brick walls
and plank sidewalks on either side, is
that it is a half finished tomb, within
whose gloomy vaults rests tbe departed
spirit of better days, Kacramento is,
however, like some of our modern
creeds hi this, that she lias her reviv
als periodically, to infuse new life into
la-r well-worn industries. Every ses
sion of the Supreme Court and every
session of the Legislature furnished the
clement of Innovation, but these con
vocations are no sooner disbanded than
tbecity relapses into its former life.
The shadow begins again to creep
stealthily along its streets, ever and
anon (dosing a door or obliterating a
sign, until finally another voice goes
forth from the Capitol. Then the
creeping terror disappears, carrying
witli him every vestige of ids sprout
ing devastation. Thus it is an equally
balanced contest between Slate patron
age ou one side and a lack of resources
on the other. With tbis patronage
decay hiiufpossibU, and witli the lack
of resources, advancement beyond the
present condition, would seem equally
But Sacramento lias its points of In
terest even though its sidewalks are
seldom thronged. It has its State
Capitol, its Governor Booth, Its Gov
ernor Stanford, its Central Pacific
Railroad depot, etc. I visited
Ibis forenoon, and enjoyed my own
surprise thut f should have heard so
little said iv praise of that magnificent
structure, its Immense proportions,
having a frontage of 320 feet; the gran
ite steps Kit feet wide and twenty high,
leading to the principal entrance; the
great rotunda, having a diameter of
72 feet, and tlie immense dome, are all
points upon which one can look for
hours with a growing interest.
Whatever may be the impression
created by tlie.Stanford organs iv this
end of tile State to the contrary, the
popular pulse beats to the touch of
Governor Booth. He Is their man,
their pet, their apostle. If popular
opinion, iniboiight and unulleeted,
could make him Senator, his election
were certain. There are two great levers
which sway tills people, and these are
tear and.confidence, or I might alniest
write it fear and love.
is the power applied at the acting end of
one of these, and Booth at the other, it
is unaccountable why men should fear
him, (Stanford], yet they do. Certain
it is that his thwarted will takes a new
form and becomes insatiable maligni
ty, and this it may be that has so
many terrors for so many people. His
course toward the newspapers, which
iiad so much independence as to criti
cise his career is too well-known; suf
fice It to say, that I was unable to ob
tain a copy either tlie Hull*tin.
(fall or Sacramento I 'ninn on the train.
The Chronicle, Record and a couple
other papers which never had any
principles to sell, were distributed
through tlie cars as thick as vultures
on a carcass, where they performed a
I-.a rt quite as loathsome, though far
less useful. Slandford's influence is
felt everywhere, His political under*
siruppers praise a most indulgent mus
ter; bis admirers are envious of v man
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
who they claim ownso majority of tlie
will ofthe state, and Ids opponent only
struggle to overthrow his dangerous
and corrupting power. There is but lit -
He said of
THK JUDICIAL KLKCTION.
The People's candidate has a power
ful advocate in the t'nion, and the
Union pretty generally reflects the
opinion of the majority on all public
questions. This masterly inaction
leads me to think that here an elec
tion is not so much a matter of bar
gain and sale as it is "down our way,"
but thnt they will vote for the best
man if tbey Can discover him. Ido
not mean that tlie marketable element
does not exist to some extent here as
well as there, for you might as well
try to extract the bones out of a live
herring as to eliminate dishonesty
from California politics; but what I
wish to make plain is that here at the
capital there is too much vitality in
the laws to sutler a voter to receive the
value of his vote iv dollars or cents
(as he estimates it) at the counter of a
All the magnates of the government
are out ofthe city—some in San Fran
cisco and others elsewhere. None of
tbe Judges of the Supreme Court have
yet arrived, but all are expected to be
in attendance on Monday—the first
day of tlie October term. P. W. !>.
Letter from Wilmington.
Wilmington, Oct. 14th is:."..
EDITOR llkkai.ii:—l send a few
items for the information of your
readers. The future of Wilmington
brightens. In a business point of
view she is now seeing her worst days,
and any change at all must be for the
better. Commerce must always keep
a population here equal to the present,
al least. All the imports and exports
of the country are obliged to pass
through this harbor, nor will a time
arrive when this will not be the case,
in regard to heavy freights. This fuel
alone must always keep in Wilming
ton a considerable populatiou. As the
population of the country increases,
ho the commerce of this harbor must
increase, and to tlie same extent Wil
mington must grow - . Many predict a
large population iv the future. The
completion of tlie breakwater and the
dredging of the bar, iv tlie estimation
of the engineers, will make this har
bor deep enough for ordinary coast
steamers, rendering lighters unneces
sary, and cheapening tlie cost of freight
Only a small force of men will be
employed on tlie breakwater during
the winter, but When Spring comes
the bar will be dredged and the entire
work pushed on to completion.
Wilmington has two churches, one
fiublic school and two private ones.
lon. B. D. Wilson has become a per
manent resident of our town, and his
value is appreciated by all our citi
zens. The Southern Methodists are
indebted to his generosity for the
handsome donation of two large build
ings at Drum Barracks, and tell acres
of land, for educational purposes.
These buildings are spacious, well fin
ished, aud will furnish ample room
for a large number of hoarding schol
ars. It is said that Bishop Daggett
will be here in a few days, and then a
council will be held to devise ways
and means to raise an endowment for
the new college. "C."
_— 0 f
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD.
The lirst of October, Tiik Los Anoki.ks II kk-
Al.li, a daily and weekly newspaper, will
make its appearance. The Daily will lie a
neat and tastily printed seven-column news
paper, newsy rather than literary ill ciuiruc
ter. The Weekly will be a six-column, cight
pugc paper, and will Of Ml MUn the most impor
tant matter that has previously appeared in
Tiik Daily Hkkai.u.
II Is proposed that the HSKALD shall be an
unhought advocate of every Interest pertain
lug to Southern California mul Arizona, nud
a zealous worker in all tilings Hint shall tend
lo benefit tlie Slate. In il word il will be in
close communion Willi tbe People. In ils col
umns, from time to time will be found mut
ters of interest to the I'alltoi niu h'armer, Me
chanic, Merchant, Laborer, and all classes of
Produe is; and it will also contain rending
matter suited to the Hume circle.
The IIKKAI.n will be au Independent Demo
cratic journal und its efforts directed to sweep
ing from power nnd place those now inisnian
aglng the affairs of (lie Nation. Fori lie accom
plishment of this end, il will luiil Willi satisfac
tion the co-operation ol the members of all Cur
ties, believing Ilia! the prosperity, perhaps
safety, of Ihe Nation depends upou the success
of 11 movement of tbis character, It is " reloriu
now or revolution hereafter."
Tbe llkuaM) will autocide stale Rigid* nnd
OPPOSO Cent I'll 11/.a (ion; II will clicolll'uge White
and oppose Coolie Itninlgratlen, v will favor
Free Trade, und oppose Protective Taritl'; it
will advocate a Greenback currency Ibr ('all
lornio, und oppose the present dwarfing and
deadening policy which upholds (lie present
ruinous rates of interest an.i shuts out Kustei n
capital. It will advocate the People and op
pose Monopolies, no matter what guise tbey
While Ihe Hkhai.ii will treat Slavery lis v
dead issue, it will earnestly advocate tlie
rigid of every State, lie it Northern or South
ern— Massachusetts or South t tarollnn—to gov
ern Itself in accordance witli the wishes of its
people, and the dictates ofthe Federal Con
stitution; without national Interference.
The llkuai.l) will oppose thieving and pecu
lation. No man rightly owns a dollar until
lie earns il. Kvery dollar which is taken
from (he public treasury or private purse
without a just return is robbery, and he who
takes tills money Isathiel. Believing Ibis,
(be HICHAM) will oppose salary steals, custom
steals, land steals, railroad steals, and every
kind of steals.
Each day, the fullest Foreign and Domestic
Telegrams will be published. The aim will
be to supply, lii this pari of the State, the de
mand heretofore tilled by the Sun Francisco
dallies. No trouble or expense will he spared
lo make the Hkkai.o, in tiiis respect, equal W
any newspaper on the Coast. It will also con
tain v full R.lview of the Local und Foreign
Markets, and the Trades generally, honestly
and carefully compiled.
SI'KM KII'TIOA■ :
Delivered hv Carriers, per mouth ? 1 (Ml
" •• " |mt rear IS no
By Mail or Express, " IU 110
Hv Mall or BBMWSS, pat year....; $1 OS
" " " per quarter 100
XJO. 34 AI.ISO STREET MANC
WiiKoiiH, CitiTUiJieM, lluiotieH, etc.
Horse-shoeing machine smithing and black-
Kinlthlng of all kinds done In (be most work
liought and sold, and always ou bund. Orders
promptly attended to. ocL'mlpt
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1873.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
| PHYSICIAN AND ST Ml HON.
OFFICE—No. M Downey's Block, up-stalra.
DR. A. 8. SHORB,
J JOMtEOI'ATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite I lie Post OfMee.
residence No. 13 Franklin si reel.
DR. H. 8. OR ME,
|>HYSICIAN AND SI'RUEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE In Lanfrioico's
I tv i i.l tii . No. 71 .Main street.
Office liours from hi A. M. to i p. M«nnd
from •> to :l P. M. oclMf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
piIYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
OFFICE AND IIESIOENi'K In Hclnsch's
Block, ( omincrclul ami Los Angeles streets.
■m} ■ Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE AND BAH, oc2-tf
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND HKSIDEXCK-Spring street,
opposite i he Mayor's Ofllce. 0c,2-lptf
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
MECH ANIC A L, OPERATI YE
AND SURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE—IM spring street, next to Fire En
gine House. oc'.Mf
H. K. S. O'MKI.VKNY, 11. T. lIA/.AKII.
O'MELVENY & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
Los ANOELEH, CAL
SOT*Special attention given to business in
the United States I .ami office. neJNkf
A. OI.ASSKI.I., O. 11. SMITH.
A. II.CII APMAN, 11. M, SMITH.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN & SMITH.
AT LAW, .
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK ap-stalrs, L»s
Angelea, OallSomia. <s'2-tf
JAMES G. HOWARD,
A TTORNEY AT LAW
COURT COMB] ISSION ER,
Downey's Itloek, Los Angeles. ncL'-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE -No. IS Downey Block Los Augeles.
CIIAItI.kS 1.1.M11.KV. J, S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Boom No. ■'!, Downey Itloek. Ml
W. 1.. MAItSIIAI.I.. Wll.l. 11. QOCI.D.
MARSHALL & COULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
is ami taTemple Block, bos Angelea, Cat.
Win practice In all tin- Courts of thi* state,
tout att end to laisiness in C. s. Unit! Oflicc.
LEW. C. CABANIS,
VOTAUV PUBLIC, CONVEV
-i-A sneer nnd Searcher of Records for this
OFFICE No. II Temple Block, Los Ange
ies, Call Sara la, oc-j-tt
V. E. HOWARD A SONS,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
TEMPLE Bl.ooK, LOS ANOELEH
A. A. WILSON,
A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
OFFICE-Room No. 11. Temple liloek, LOS
A ngeles, California. ocg-if
A. ii. .trnsoN. I, sr. uii.i.kitk.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
VJEARCHERS OE RECORDS
IO AND CON VEYANCERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, bos ANOELEH
G. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
i iiiir iliKirs soiitli of the Post Ofllce,Tempi*
Htoek, Los Angeles, California.
ttrt MONEY TO LOAN. oci-tl
CHAS. E. MILES,
HYDRA I LIC ENGINEER,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Kkkkks to Dr. .1. S. Grirtlii,.!. B. Downey,
I. . 11. Titus, Gen. P. It.oniiiig, 1. W. Ilelliinoi,
The Introduction of water into Cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for milking sheet iron pipes, al my shop, or
where desired, on the most favorable terms.
BARBERS BATH HOUSES.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOJNO, PATHS, ETC,
This establishment has just heen refitted,
and, after having engaged toe tiest Barbers m
the city, I rcspwelfully solicit custom from all
who want work executed in the hest style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS v special
ty,und bus Ihe liuest set of Until Rooms in the
city. IHt>~ t'nilertlie llella Cnion. oej-llnlp
IO PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold ana 7 Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Emporium, No. ts
Main street. _ oe'JII-lp
PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES' AND
under the "Express" office, TEMPLE
As prof, Green bus the best available assist*
Hills lo be procured in tlie State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Will be performed in tbe best style of tbe ton
soriiil air, ocii-Du
(Successor to Roeder & l.lchtenherger),
Wagons. Buggies, Carriages. Etc.
US. lIS mul 147 Main street, ft* Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the pot rouugc of
the public in his line of business. All ve
hicles buiii ofthe best Material An
Is connected with tlie establishment, where
all kinds of llhicksmithing will lie done to
Done with dispatch, und with v view of giving
satisfaction to patrons.
A.ll Wurk Wnri'iuiled.
FORWARDING 8i COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD & CO.
LONDON ASSURANCE COF.POitATION;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY Of SAN FRANCISCO:
COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed MLOOU.OOO)
BABCOCKS FIRE EXTINGUISHER;
BAKER & HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY;
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON;
SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE ANO FOITER.
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.
POBWA l* I>l IN a
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THK REST PROVISION'S,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
Paints, Oils, Doors. Sashes.
BLINDS, EARMINO IMPLEMENTS.
14nnd in bos Angeles and Commercial sis.,
ocfl) LOS ANO E bF.S. [Im-fp
f K)M MISSIO N M E It CII AN T.
V 7 Heneral dealer In all kinds of COUN
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
parts ofthe United Stales. Nos. IM and .'it
Aliso S*., LOS ANOELEH. oca-ly lp
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Ponlm. fHlt B-li
CKMEINT AINI> HAIR.
Alameda and First Streets.
PERRY, WOODWORTH & CO.,
I CM HER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS.
ISO. 7« COMAIERCIAL ST.
Keep constantly on hand n full assortment
Of LUMBER, isioits, sash, Mot i.DiNos,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work done lo order. oejl
GRIFFITH. LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
Doolts, SASH, BUNDS, ETC., KTC.
11. c. WILHYi B> M. RKHRY,
WILEY & BERRY,
KEAL ESTATE AGENTS
COM MISS lON M E RCH A NTS,
No. M MAIN STREET, LOS ANOEI.ES.
MALONEY & FENNESSEY.
\|TAGON*MAKING, ll I. AC K
YT SMITHING AND HORSE-SHOEING
'ill and ii Alas* Street.
Manufacturers of Carriages. Buggies,
and wagons of all kinds. All orders promptly
utlendcd 10. ocT-lpll
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
No. 1.l A LINO NTHLL'T.
H ENRY \V. STOLE, PROPRIRTOB.
- Supplies Bar Rooms and private fhml
lies with Hie purest unit best
NOIIA ANI) SAKNAFAUII.I.A.
Delivered to any pari of the city. ocH-llll^
J. L. WARD <fe CO.
—KXFR SS BITTING -
Baker & Hamilton's
ST Alt MoLINE IM.OW;
BAXTER CI'KIOHT ENdINKS;
AMES PORTABLE ENGINES;
TIIE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON,
11,4 Illustrated Catalogues, with prices, can
lie hud by application at our ofllce. neM-tm
BnrltHl Wreaf, apparffe Me Ptti Qftw,
DAVE MAIN HAS RETIRED
from the Judicial contest, in order lo de
vote iiis lime to more classical pursuits,
floating down tlie stream of life placidly,
with bald-headed old UEORGE DARIN, they
will lv conjunction prepare the following
The I'cri oon l 001.
'■'lie > IpcalonlierbrU.
The Brla Around the Corner.
The CHOICKST WINES, LKH'OIiS AND
CIGARS alwavsou hand; is'2-lni
Bill Poster and Distributer.
n ANDRILLS, CIRCULARS. PBO
GRAMMES, NOTICES, Klc. MthMßy
POSTED OR DIs'I'HIBCTED tliroughoul Ihe
city and country.
N. B.—Parties al a distance can send any
thing they wish posted or dlNtribiited In tlie
city or surrounding country, witb assurance
lint! He- work Will be faithfully done.
Orders inuy lie left nt the Office of tbe Dah.v
HUMtn, sam. BERGE,
oc'2-tf bos Angeles.
<»r CIIICAOO. ILLINOIS.
Cash Capital, . 51,000,000
iii an. i.es in ail UseWlnteaef tRe imou.
tTAVING NOW COMPLETED
1 1 the organization of our
We take pleasure iv announcing that our Pa
cific Coast Stockholders have elected the fol
lowing well-known citizens as olticers of our
PACIFIC BRANCH i
l'lee- ii atafenfw
THOS. A. PALL, WM. It. WHEATON
A. L. QURMSY Secretary pan tcin
JAS. T. HOYD Attorney
THos. I!i<own Treasurer
CH AS. HI KKELI Medical Examiner
Kreetttiw ( bwaifffep;
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE,
.1 AS, T. Ho YD. OEO. W. HEW Fit,
CHAS. ItI'KRELL, THOH. REI.L,
E. H. PERRIN,
OI4V ER ELDREDOEJJSLAND STANFORD
OEo. W. HE AVER, THOS. BROWN,
N. ft, KPTTLEj C. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MlbbEK, THOS. 11. SELHY,
JAS. T. HOYD, It. F. MORROW,
C. I. BRENHAM, S. F. BUTTF.RWORTH
M. D. SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON,
I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRIJNO,
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
los. A. DONOHOE, WM. it. WHEATON,
Tlios. BELL, R. fit. PERRIN.
C. T. lIYbANI), WM. 1- DICKENSON
WM, s. bADD.
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Was chartered by special act of the Legisla
ture of the State of Illinois, and commenced
dolnft business in July, Ih:o, making It now
just three years old. Its plan nf organisation
was to luivi'
§0,000,000 Cnpitnl Stock,
witli twenty percent, paid in,ami the balance
subject to call. With BRANCH oItUANI/.A
-TIONSof stockholders iv the leading business
centers of Ihe country, ConipOSCd of the Im-si
business men-thus making v Compnny of
National extent and prestige, and yet a
lIOUI. « oni'AA V AT F.ACH HKANI'If.
The OompaayA) tiiis date has policies in
force covering over W5,000,00U of risks, with an
annual Income of over
AU. assets OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON Tills COAST.
Capital sioek ot I'ucittc Branch.
over f •IOO.tKKI 1.0
Invested in Mortgages On Real Fo
late in California during the last
four months, over i»t
!12N Policies issued at Puelffc Brniich
during some period, insuring 1AH2,180 0"
4'li>ir»es lor Insurance 'i.i per Ceo I.
Less lliiio Uiiliial CoiniuinicN.
r i' II E Ii IB PUBLIC
Ikies mil borrow THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return tin- same at
some INDEFINITE future period and CALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In presenting Ihe claims of THE REPCR
LIC to the patronage Of tlie people of tiiis
Coast, we shall at all limes aim to be gov
erned hy sound businesseonsidcrations, and a
due regard for the rights and merits of com
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC BRANCH,
NO. OT CALIIOItMA NT It LET.
Below San some Street.
I HAVE THE FOLLOWING DK
-1 scribed horses in my possession at Ste
phens' corral, taken from Tiburelo Vasquea's
band of robbers, owners can have their Spick
by proving property and paying charges I
Two American work mares, one sorrel and
one brown, branded F With a halt circle at the
One large sorrel work hose, W/, hands high,
branded H (i.
One sorrel horse, having collar ami saddle
marks, blaze iv face, left fore foot und lell
bind fool white, branded J K.
one sorrel horse supposed to be a half-breed,
wilh collar and saddle-marks, lore feel white,
strip in forehead; brand, two inverted .Is Wlti:
One moro saddle-horse, bald face, all feet
white, branded and vented with teller 0, and
also branded with letter A with half circle on
One large Iron-gray horse, branded M C and
One Spanish saddle or work mare with colt,
branded M E, and also .1 A U
one light gray saddle-horse, branded J with
one dun mare, white nuuic nnd tail, brand"
ed I It and .1 O, and also ,1 A L.
One black mare, branded 1 Willi halt circle
at top and bottom, nnd J A L.
One bay mare ami yearling colt, branded 4
One dun iimr.i and sucking colt, branded A
witb (I ou top.
One yearling dun colt, branded .1 A L.
WM. It. ROW LAN 11, Sheriff.
main ST., S*RAH WELLS.FARtiOA Co
Makes the most fashionable style of
o 1 4 <> r r Hir> o
to be obtained In the southern country. Also
a large stock of the
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassltneres. Velvet
und Silk Vesting*, eta. A fflguaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen ofthe city
for whom he has made clothing.
No necessity lo scud to San FSsaslSSO for
good tilting suits. OCRMp
ADAM & NELSON.
HAVING ESTA HUSHED THEM
. selves at the old stand of
1., reler. opposite the HoMt-OMice,
HPRINO STREET, are prepared to nil all
ORDERS in the
Latest &. Most Fashionable Styles.
A line assortment of
And everything in tlie Hue always ou hand.
BW A uood FIT GUARANTEED IN ALL
CASES, (live us ii Cull. oc-.'-lmlp
SPANISH AND FRENCH
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH ANI)
SPANISH will ls> given to classes in the
aftemooni Of evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To a class of live or less, per lesson (2 (Ml
To a class ot nay number over live, per
lesson j:t nn
For further particulars, Inquire at t lie office
of the Los Anuki.ks Hkuai.ii, of Lindley ,\
Thompson, or at the Oeo House,
t'Nivnusrrv OF < 'ai.h-ok.ma, )
Dki'autmkntor Lasoi auks. J-
Oaki.akd, July 11, 1K72. )
Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lind
ley has been v student in my department ol
the University for five consecutive terms, viz:
Horn September, INTO, In April M, 1572. During
this time site studied flu- French, the Spanish
and the German languages, obtaining always
the highest marks for proficiency nnd nttend
imee, ber average credit murk for five terms
being 07 per cent.
On entering the University, Miss Lindley
I possessed already such knowledge of the
•Veneh and Spanish idioms as to Is- able lo
speak them with ease, fluency, correctness,
and a pure pronunciation.
she may now Is- considered thoroughly fn
miliai with Hie theory and philosophy, as well
as witli the application of these two tongues;
and nlic may safely be recommended as it can
didate id' great promise, for teaching the
French and Spanish languages.
P. PIODA, Prof. Modern Languages.
UNIVERSITY OE CALIFORNIA.
Josephine lindley has been declared bp the
Facility entitled to this Certificate of Profi
ciency in the departments of Geology and
Natural History, iltotaiiy and Physlcnl Geolo
gy, I Belles Lcttres, (English Literature, Histo
ry , Ancient and Modern,) Chemistry, Mtslern
Languages, i French and Spanish.)
Henry Durum, President of University; E.
s. flhrr, Prof. Chemistry; P. Plods, Modern
Languages; Joseph M-Conte, Professor of Ge
ology ami Natural History; William Swiuton,
Prolcssor of Belles Lettres; Martin Kellogg,
Dean of the Faculty. oc2-tf
Ills Main Street. I.os Angeles.
THK SEVENTH SEMI-ANNCAI.
I Session of this
X ELECT DAY SCHOOL,
In Which girls and tsiys receive a rsEFn.,
fkacticai. andcomim.ete English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, IK7:i.
TERMS FKK MONTH:
English Studies, Including tlie ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Hook-Keeping and Algebra ft) 00
Primary Geography, Second and Third
Readers t no
Churl and Primer Classes .'I 00
Latin, Phonetic Short-baud and Geom
etry, per montli M 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
nnd tlie Modern Languages, will be connected
witii thi- Institution.
For further particulars, apply to the under
signed, ut the school Building.
OcAml W. B. LAWLOR. Principal.
The Southern California
JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE,
r i (IMPOSED OF SANTA BAR-
V ' BARA, KERN, V ENTER A, SAN BER
NARDINO, SAN DIEGOund 1.) IS ANGELES
counties, will meet ill tlie new High School
building, Los Angeles city, on
Monday, November 3, 1873,
and remain iv session four days.
Section 1500, Political Code says: "When
ever the number of .School Disiricts in any
county is ten or more, the School Superinten
dent must hold at least one Teachers' Insti
tute in each year, and every teacher employed
In v public school in tlie county must attend
All the Public School Teachers nre particu
larly required to attend. Private Teachers,
Trustees and the public genem. ly nre invited
to be present. W. M. McFADDEN.
County Superintend.-nt of Schools.
Anaheim, Oct. 7, is7:t. oeaVtd
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
T ESSONS IN THE FRENCH
and Spanish languages will be given toelasses
or in private, commencing on
WKUNKNIkAY. IM roitl.lt I. IH7:i.
tkitms ok Turrtoni
Private lessons ( 1 DO each
Twenty lessons 15 1)0
Lessons to any number of pupils
over Aye, for one month, three tee*
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
French and Hpan|sh*Senool for children ev
ery dttv (Saturdays excepted) at I o'clock P.
M. tI'ITIon, per month,(ii.
For further particulars, Inquire at No. 107
Main street. Translation of FuKseu, Span
ish ami Enui.lsii. E. V. C. lit: MoNDRAN.
oc2-i in 11»
Drawing and Painting.
T NSTRUCTIONMN CRAYON, PEN-
A CIL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
In Coloring witli India Ink and Water Colors,
given al Hillside Cottage, back of the new
school-house. MRS. Ll' WHEAT SMITH,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH ANDSPRING STS.
Grain. Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
Willi City Water Throughout.
»c lIIIRSES, M I'LES, WAGONS nnd ('AH
RIAGES bought ami sold, und Horses und
Carriages to let by the day or week.
Teamsters accommodated us usual on the
most liberal lei mis. (S-7-lllllp
H. N. MITCHELL'S
Pioneer Livery. Sale and Feed Stables,
pIKNTER STREET, OPPOSITE
Poplar Row, ANAHEIM.
The very best accommodations for visitors
<it»l»tlA* Ntl«l«ll«» lIoi'HCH
constantly on bund, und furnished at shortest
notice. oel It f
ALISO FEED A SALE STABLE
JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
• COR. ALAMEDA A ALISO STS.
Adjoining M. Keller's.
(.RAIN. HAY *c FEED
always on hand.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc
Isiught und sold. oeT-lptt
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN
nil styles. BRAIDS, CURLS AND WA
TEREALIX, made at the shortest notice.
TANGLED HAIR STRAIGHTENED AND
MADE INTO ANY SHAPE.
•kS Perfumes of tlie finest quality on hand
and for sale. NO. » SPRING STREET, Mm
Augeles, California dSM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Thursday, Friday and
Nov. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15.
SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME!
Ffcy*3 DAYS' RACING
Stock Parades and Exhibitions.
Ami ono whole day devoted to
AND OTHER MIGHTS.
FlrM Race—Trotting— For horses that are
owned In the district ut this date, that have
never beaten three minutes. Mile heats; best
three in five lo harness—purse of ftMji; (200 to
the And horse, ami iltjn to the second; live or
more to enter.
Second Race—Running race of a mile dash,
for nil two-year olds owned and raised In this
district. Purse of tMO; $200 to first und 1100 to
second; Aye or more to enter.
Third Rnce—Running—Free for all Califor
nia or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch
weights. Purse 8150; |UK) to tlie Arst and (.10 to
the second; live or more to enter.
SECOND DA A".
First Race—Gentlemen's Saddle Itace—Sin
gle dash of one mile; to carry not less than
IM pounds; each owner to ride bis own horse,
with colors, i weight to Is? understood to com
prise saddle and rider, and not include whip
and bridle,) nnd each rider to be over 10 rears
old. Purse of (JiOO; (200 to first und (100 to Ihe
second horse; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all three
year (dds bred and raised, and owned at this
dale in the district; mile bents, hest two tv
three. Purse of (.100; (200 to first horse, (100 to
second; five fo enter.
Third Race-Trotting—Free for all three-year
olds in the State; mile heats, liest two in ttiree
to harness, l'urse (150; (100 to first, (30 to sec
ond; three to enter.
First Race—Trotting— Free for all horses In
tbe State; mile heats, best three in Aye to har
ness. Purse of fttSJSj (200 to flrst, (100 to sec
ond; live to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all horses
in tlie state; mile heats, hest three ln Aye.
Purse (4011; SHOO to tlrst, (100 to second; three or
more to enter.
First Race—Running—Five mile dash; free
for all horses owned in this district at this
dnte; catch weights—bar Irene nnd Phil. Sher
idan--purse of (250; (175 to the flrst, and (75 to
the second -five to enter.
Second Race—Trotting Purse—Free for all
horses iv tlie State; mile bents, best three In
five to wagons; owners to drive, and all pro
fessional drivers to be excluded. Purse (iWO;
(175 to first, (75 to second, and(so to third; Aye
Set apart for tlie exhibition of stock nnd the
awarding of premiums,
At one o'clock on this day tbere will be n
grand exhibition of lady equestrianism. This
contest will lie open to all Indies and misses,
who must cuch he accompanied hy an escort
OH the day ofthe contest. Entries free for ull,
nnd to be made to the Secretary on or before
the 15th of October. The entry' consists of
the name of the lndy contestant, and the
mime or description ofthe animal, if con
venient-the nnine of the rider certain. The
contest will is' divided into two parts—grace
ful riding and during equestrianism. Ladies
who took prizes last year nre ineligible. Then'
Mill beteii or more substantial and elegant
premiums, to be named hereafter. There will
Is' uo horse or foot-racing on this day, and the
admission will be the same as usual.
First Race—Trotting—Free lor nil horses in
the Stnte; two-mile heats, best two in three to
harness. Purse (500; (:tsoto the lirst, (150 to
the second; Aye toenter.
Second Race—Running—Free for nil horses
in tlie State: (wo-inile heats, best two .n three,
l'urse (5110; JMSO to the flrst, (160 to the second;
three to enter.
All trotting rnees to ls» governed by the rules
ol the National Turf Congress, and all run
ning races to lie governed by the rules ofthe
Sacramento Slate Agricultural Society,unless
otherwise specified. Fair to commence on
Monday, the lot ti day of November, to con
tinue six days. All entries to lie made to tho
Secretary by the Ist day ofOctohcr.lO per cent,
of all nurses to accompany the entry. In caae
of walk-over, the horse shall be eut'ltled to all
entrance money only. When two horses only
slart, the third money shall Is-returned to the
Society, A horse distancing the field shall la
entitled to ull the money. Judges shall have
the right to call up a .second or third race, and
have it come off between the beats ofthe flrst.
The Society reserves the right fo withdraw
any purse, if it believes that there will be no
All the privileges ofthe district, Including
entries for premiums and purses, ure extend
ed to Inyo uud Ventura countries. oc2
prBLISHEI) HY E. F. TEODOI.I.
Tho only Spanish Newspaper
IN S( IUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesdny and Saturday
mornings. office In Temple's New Mock,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It bus a large circulation lv Hie State of Cal
ifornia., the Eastern Stutes, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Anson*, uud Colorado Territories, Central
uud Month America, and Spain.
MjUfi Cronic»a M
commends itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring t heir business belore the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous populaUoil
of different nutioiiallties, on the Pacific Const
Advertising Hatea Very Resisiaakle.
Si'BSCßlrTlojis—One Year, *rt; six Montiis,
C< 50; Three Mouths, (2, ocZtltp
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SAM KIN, run by F. SIGNOHET.
Customers received hy the old mnn himself,
who has been in attendance since lMa, Re
welcomes all Ins old customers und please*
the new ones.
The HEST 11A It HER SHOP In the city Is
with this establishment. < lean towels, care
ful employees. Of.Villi
NEW YORK BREWERY^
The CLEAREST, PUREST nnd MOST BRIL
LIANT. LAGER BEER South of
Orders for DRAUGHT >w BOTTLED BEER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Heer from this Brewery de
lies competition ill the State. ocs-2mlp
K. lIKUTHUS. K. V. C. MONIMRAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST AND BEST
Havana Cigars, and keep on hand
Chewing nnd Suiuking Tobacco,
Pipes, ( igarrltos and Fancy Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. * Co's Express,
- * . ' . i -*.'!.•-* *.. .ti