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Editor Hmraldi —Your correspon
dent, when a college hoy, remembers
to have heard Dr. John Lord, more
than twenty yean ago, deliver a course
of historical lectures.
Dr. Lord, as I remeinlier hint, wasut
that time most fascinating in manner
and matter. Ht must be quite old,
now, as he seemed full grown at that
lime, and appeared to have fully
thrown off that gosling .sort of carri
age and habit which never entirely de
serts one under thirty-five.
The following extract from the
Chronicle* report of his report of Gal*
lileo, in tiie issue ot tiie Sth of Octo
ber, 187!J, seems so characteristically
Caltfornilah that it amused me, and I
venture to aak you to reprint it as an
example of how refreshingly impertin
ent the youngful journalists of this
youngest daughter of the association
have become to all we have been accus
tomed to esteem reverend and sacred:
Having exhausted the list* of Gal
ileo's invent ions and discoveries in the
realm of science, the lecturer brought
his lecture down to the period of the
philosopher's skirmish with the eccle
siastic smooth-bores of the ago.
With his discovery of the spots on the
disc of the sun, and the revolution of
the sun, in the opinion of the lecturer,
Galileo achieved the zenith of his
fame, and then began his great misfor
tunes. In consequence of his uncom
promising boldness with which he as
saulted errors und disregarded com
monly accepted authority in matters of
science, "all classes of foes marshaled
against him; the temporizing Jesuits,
the political churchmen and the whole
swarm of timid, narrow-minded, dog
matic, envious priest entered in
to an alliance to secure his
ruin," pretending that they saw in his
arguments an attack on their religious
doctrines. The enemies of Galileo
were determined that he should be
persecuted and crippled und therefore
laid their complaints before the
highest tribunal. They alarmed the
Intjuietlon and busily employed them
selves In collecting evidence.
The lecturer did not think it was
Galileo's doctrnes that offended the
age so much as the manner In winch
he assailed popular prejudices with
ridicule and sarcasm. The summon
ing of Galileo before the Cardinals at
Rome, his trial and sentence, and his
recantation of his doctrines, were
next alluded to, and his disgraceful
objuration of the scientific principles
he had elucidated were commented on
in very severe terms. The speaker
was very hard on the life-loving old
philosopher for prelferring length of
days to a first-class martyrdom for
scientific truth, although he admitted
that the persecution of Galileo was
not any worse than many others in
Catholic and Protestant countries.
He did not condemn any church be
cause Galileo was persecuted. He be
lieved that intolerance had been com
mon to human nature. Tlie Cardinal
Inquisitors were not any worse than
the Puritans when they burned
witches; they were simply more cun
ning and accomplished. Let Galileo's
persecutors puss with others. He
spoke of it only to remind us how
weak we were.
The lecturer concluded with a high
strung peroration on the good time
present and to come.
Grapes as Food.
Men cau live and work on grapes
and bread. The peasants of France,
Spain and Italy, make many a satis
fying meal in this way, and of the
wholesomeness of the diet there can
be no doubt. Medical meu constantly
recommend the use of grapes for their
patients. Scarcely any plant can
equal the vine as regards the beauty
or its leaves and fruit. As a covering
for bare walls and for affording shelter
and shade, it is a climber of the first
rank. To sit under one's own vine
has iv all ages been considered an
acme of rural happiness, an emblem of
peace, a a symbol of plenty, and a pic
ture of contentment. That pleasure,
though perhaps not in all its fullness,
may become the heritage of thousands
in these temperate climes. Neither
our latitude, longitude, nor leaden
skie9, nor erratic climate forbid the
growth of the grapevine throughout
the larger portion of the kingdom. In
many districts its fruit will ripen more
or less perfectly. In almost all it
would ripen sufficiently to be useful
for eating or wine making. Even
green grapes are useful for conversion
into vinegar, for making tarts, wine,
etc. Ripe grapes are universally es
teemed. No one tires of them. If any
declined to eat their own grapes, or
grew more thau were needed for home
consumption, there is a ready market
in most neighborhoods for grapes at
from four-pence to a shilling a pound,
according to quality. Thus cottages
might make or save the rent many
limes over. I know muny cottage
gardens in which the vine or vines are
not only their chief ornaments, but
the main source of prollt. These
might be multiplied up and down the
country to inlinity. As a means of in
creasing their number, I would sug
gest that prizes be offered by all cot
tage-garden societies for the best train
ed and most fruitful grapevines on cot
tages. 1 have known this done to such
excellent effect that the vines became
models of both; and such a spirit of
emulation was stirred up that one la
borer had paid another two days of
his wages to do up his vine for him.
There need be no rear of an excessive
sqpply; neither are ripe grapes so per
isnable as fruits. Cut with a piece of
wood attached, and placed in bottles
of water, or even suspended in a dry
room, the ripe fruit will keep good for
months, uud cv en improve by keeping.
A man in Danbury laughed until he
was sick. He was going to the funeral
of his mother-in-law.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Madame Anna Bishop.
One of the prettiest notices ever
written of a singer is from the Even
ing Post iv San Francisco. That live
ly little paper says:
"England," said Mendelssohn, sen
tentiously, "has given three great
singers to Italy —Clara Novello, Cathe
rine Hayes and Anna Bishop."
They were a grand trio—women
with the stanch, lasting English physi
que, plus the glorious Italian training,
a combination that makes extraordi
nary singers. These three upheld their
supremacy when there was no lack
of prima* donnas. Madame Anna
Bishop remains tbe last of that great
school of vocalists which began with
Storace nearly a hundred years ago.
Oh, the memories that come with the
neat figure as it trips on to the stage!
The recollections of triumphs won
when Grisi and Viardot, Alboni and
Cruvelli, Lind and Persiani, were
acknowledged queens of song! Of
tales of adventure and travel, of peril
by flood and field, of wreck, robbery
and danger! Of all these and more,
survived and conquered until admira
tion of pluck and endurance grows un
til it would almost forgive vocal defi
ciencies did they exist.
MADAME ANNA BISHOP'S SINGING
Is a thing to be watched and studied.
Tha secret of her success is in her
method. No voice, however naturally
beautiful, can last if it be badly train
ed or badly managed, and if any am
bitious young lady wishes to preserve
her voice for a whole lifetime, she
must do as Madame Bishop does—that
is, open her mouth and let the sound
come clear from the larynx, without
affectation or hindrance.
AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF
And good fortune, she elects to begin
her farewell trip in San Francisco.
Her me/.za-voce singing is still superb;
her upper notes clear, sweet and re
sonant, her scales and shakes brilliant
and facile, and her figure, gestures,
attitudes and expression, exactly, pre
cisely and entirely like what they
were when lirst she made her bow in
America. If this be really what we
hope it is not—her farewell trip—we
can only counsel every one who wishes
to know what good singing is, to go
and near her.
Los Angeles people can hear her on
Locomotives for Wooden Rail
roads. —George E. Fifield, of South
Newmarket, N. H., has been build
ing, for a few years past, a novel class
of locomotives for the wooden-track
railways in the lumber regions of
Georgia. They are only six tons in
weight, and have very large cylinders
for so light machines. The capacity
for carrying water and fuel is very
great, the whole forming a very
unique and serviceable machine, oue
of them being able to do the work of
thirty mules easily. The rapid denu
dation of the timber lands along the
rivers and lines of railroads all through
the South is driving the lumbermen
deeper into the forests to supply tlie
demand for a material almost indis
pensable for heavy bridges, cars and
floors throughout the country. No
yellow-pine tree ever grows where one
is cut, a soft, sappy, worthless scrub
pine of another kind taking its place.
THE LOS AN6ELES HERALD.
The flrst of October, Tiik Los AxqfxkhH-R
-ald, a dally und weekly newspaper, will
make Its immium, Tbo Dally will be a
neat and tastily printed seven-column news
paper, new.sy rattier than Uterary in charac
ter. The Weekly will he a six-column, eight
page paper, and will contain tiie most Impor
tant mutter that has previously appeared in
the Daily Herald.
It Is proposed that the HCTAt.P whall be un
unbought udvocate of every Interest pertain
ing to Southern California und Arizona, und
a zealous worker in all things that shall tend
to benefit the State, lv v word it will be lv
close communion with the People. In Its col
umns, from time to time will he found mat
ters of Interest to the California Farmer, Me
chanic, Merchant, laborer, and all classes of
Producers; and it will ulso contain reading
matter suited to the Home Circle.
Tlie Herald will be un Independent Demo
cratic journal and Its effort* directed to sweep
ing from power aud place those now misman
aging the a Ita Irs ofthe Nation. Eortheurconi
pllshmentofthisend, it will hall with satisfac
tion the co-operation ofthe members of all Par.
ties, believing that the prosperity, perhaps
safety, ofthe Nation depends upon the success
of a movement of this character. It is " reform
now or revolution hereafter."
The llEitAi.n will auvooate State Rights and
oppose Centralization; It will encourage White
and oppose Coolie Immlgratien, it will favor
Free Trade, and oppose Protective Tariff; it
will advocate a Greenback Currency tor Call
torn til, and oppose the present dwarfing and
deadening policy which upholds the preseut
ruinous rates of interest ami shuts out Eastern
capital. It will advoculethe People and np
posc Monopolies, no mutter wiiat guise they
While the Herald will treat Slavery as a
dead issue, It will earnestly advocate the
right of every State, be it Northern or South
ern—Massachusetts or South Carolina —to gov
ern itself in accordance with the wishes of its
people, and the dictates of the Federal Con
stitution, without national Interference.
The Herald will opppse thieving and pecu
lation. No man rightly owns a dollar until
he earns it. Every dollar which is taken
from the public treasury or private purse
without a just return Is robbery, and he who
takes this money is a thief. Relieving this,
the ii iv \ i.v will oppose salary steals, custom
steals, land steals, railroad steals, und every
kind of steals.
Each day, the fullest Foreign and Domestic
Telegrams will be published. Tlie vim will
be to supply, In this part of the State, the de
mand heretofore tilled by the San Francisco
dallies. No trouble or expense will be spared
to make the Herald, in this respect, equal to
any newspaper on the Coast. It will also con
tain a full Review of the Local and Foreign
Markets, and the Trades generally, honestly
and carefully compiled.
SI 11.54 Itll'TION :
Delivered by Curriers, per month J 1 00
" » " per year 10 00
By Mail or Express, " 10 00
By Mail or Express, per year $1 00
'" " " per quarter 100
XTO. 34 ALISO STREET—MAN l- T
_J> FACTI'RER of
Wagons, Carriaee*. Bugßii's, etc.
Hone-shoeing, machine smithing and black
smithing of all kinds done in the most work
bought and sold, and always on hand. Orders
promptly attended to. ocl.mlpt
LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1873.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICTAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE--No. N Downey's Block, up-stalrs.
DR. A. 8. SHORB,
J J OMIEOPATHIC PH YSICIA N.
OFFICE -Nearly opposite the Post Ofllce.
RESIDENCE No. 13 Franklin street.
DR. H. S. OR ME,
JpHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICF. AND RESIDENCE In Lanfruueo'*
Building, No. 74 Main street.
Office Hours from 1U A. M. to 1 P. M., ami
from I to ;l P. AL oc2-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSKTAN AND BURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnseh's
Block, Commercial snd Los Ange)»» streets.
■sy Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE ANDEAR. °r?l tf .
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- Spring street,
opprodte jhejMnyor's Office. oej-lptf
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
ME CH ANICA L, OPERATIVE
AND H PRO EOS DENTIST.
OFFICE—BO spring street, next to Fire En
glne House. oc2-tf
H. K. S. O'Mta.VKKV, 11. T. ItAZAKD.
O'MELVENY & HAZARD,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
war Special attention given to business lv
the Jfniteil States Lundjjfflee. oc2-tf
A. UI.ASSHLL, Oi H. SMITH.
A. «. CHAPMAN, 11. M. SMITH.
OFFICE-TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Ijo»
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
JAMES G. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Downey's Block, Los Augeles. oc2-tf
office-no. is Downey niock Loa Angelea,
CHAUI.IiS LINDLEY. J. 8. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY A THOMPSON,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room No. ;l, Downey Block. oe2
W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. OOULD.
MARSHALL & COULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
1H and 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will practice in all the Courts of thll state,
and att end to business in r. S. La ml Office.
LE W. C. CAB AN IsT
NO TARY PUBLIC, CONVEY*
anoer and Searcher of Records for this
OFMCE-No. 44 Temple Block, Lot Ange
les, California. oc2-tl
V. B. HOWARD A SONS,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK. LOS ANGELES.
A. A. WILSON,
A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE-Room No. 11, Temple Block, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
A. H. JLOSON. J. W. OILLtCTTK.
JUDSON A GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
TJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block. I.os Angeles, Califoinia.
aarmoney to Loan. oea-tf
CHAS. E. MILES,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Rkkkks to—Dr. J. S. Gritlln r J. G. Downey,
L. H. Titus,' o'm. P. Banning, I. W. Hellmnn,
Tho introtluctlon of water into Cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for making sheet iron pipes, ut my shop, or
where desired, ou the most favoruble terms.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc.
This establishment has Just been refitted,
nnd, after having engaged the best Barbers in
the city, I respectfully solicit custom from all
who wunt work executed hi the best style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a special
ty, and has the finest set of Bath Rooms in the
city. ts>T Under the Bella Union. 002-luilp
IO PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Sluiving and Buthlng Emporium. No. 78
Main street oe2tf-lp
PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES* AND
under the "Express" office, TEMPLE
As Prof. Green has the best available assist
ants to be procured in the Shite,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Will lie performed In the best style of the ton
sorinl art. ocft-lm
(Successor to Roeder A Llchtenberger),
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
143, 145 and 147 Maiu street, I.os Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronage of
the public in his line of business. All ve
hicles built of tlie BEST MATERIAL. An
Is connected with the establishment, where
ull kinds of Rlutksmlthing will be done to
Done with dispatch, aud with a view of giving
sutismction to patrons.
Ail Work Warrunted.
FORWARDING it. COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD & CO.
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO;
COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed Sl 1.000,000
IABCOCX'S FIRE EXTINGUiSHEP;
BAKER 4 HAM.LTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY;
THE CELEBRATED lAIN WAGON;
SWAM UEWERY CO.'S ALE AMD FOSTER.
HELLMAN, NAAS & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the eiioleest Imported Brands.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes.
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 nod ltt Los Angeles und Commercial Sts.,
OC3] LOS ANGELES, [lm-tp
General ilenler In all kinds of COUN
Hides. Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
parts of the United States. Nos. 21 and 34
Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. 005-ly4p
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
CEMENT AAD lI^VIU.
Alameda and First Streets.
KfflY, WOOtWOfITH II CO.,
AND PLANING MILLS.
JVO. 7« COMMEItCIAL XT.
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of LUMBER, HOURS, SASH, MOULDINGS,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work dune to order. oc2
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
U. 0. WILEY. 1). M. HLKKV.
WILEY A BERRY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
No. 33 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
MALONEY A FENNEBSEY.
TI7AGON-MAKING, BLA C X
IV SMITHING AND HORSE-SHOEING
20 aud 82 Aliso Street.
Manufacturers of Carriages, Buggies,
and wagons of all kinds. All orders prompt ly
attended to. oeT-lptf
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
No. 13 AMMO NTItEET.
HENRY W. STOLL, Proprietor.
Supplies Bur Rooms und private furoi
lit's with the purest und best
NOD A A N It MAKKAPAHIM.A,
Delivered to any part of the city. oc2-lm m
J. L. WARD & CO.
Baker & Hamilton's
STAR MOLINE PLOW;
BAXTER UPRIGHT ENGINES;
AMES PORTABLE ENGINE'S;
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON.
aa- Illustrated Catalogues, with prices, ctm
be hud by application nt our otlice. ocU-lm
Spring Street, uppoiite the Post QDlee.
DAVE MAIN"HAS RETIRED
from the Judicial contest, In order to do
vote his time Ui more classical pursuits.
Floating down the stream of life placidly,
with bald-headed old GEORGE DA KIN, they
will In conjunction prepare the following
Tlie Per coon root,
Tbe Bria Around Hie Corner.
The CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS always on hand. oe2-lin
Bill Poster and Distributer.
HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS. Pro
grammes, NOTICES, Etc. faithfully
POSTED OR DISTRIBUTED throughout tho
city and country.
N. B.—Parties at a distance can send any
thing they wish posted or distributed in the
city or surrounding country, with assurance
that the work will be faithfully done.
Orders may be left at the oftlco of the Daily
IIKK.W.n. SAM. BE RUE,
oc2-tf Los Angeles.
It Kl* V 11 I> I < '
OF < 1114 AGO, ILLINOIS.
Cash Capital, . 51,000,000
Branches In nil the Mates of the Union.
HA VIHG NOW COM PLETEI)
the organlistlon of our
We tnke pleasure In announcing that our Pa
eille Coast Stockholders have elected tlie fol
lowing well-known citizens us officers of our
THOS. A. PALI., WM. H. WHKATON
A. L. GUJINEY Secretary pro teni
JAS. T. fIOYD Attorney
THOS. BROWN. Treasurer
CHAS. niKKKi.L Mad leal Examiner
OLIVER ELRRJDGE, JOS. A, DONOHOE,
JAS. T. BOYD, GFO. W. BEAVER,
CHAS. RURRELL, THUS. BELL,
E. B. PKRRIN.
OI.IVEIt ELDKFDGE.I.EI.AND STANFORD
GEO. W. BE AVER, THOS. BROWN,
N. G. KITTLE; C CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. H. SELBY,
JAS. T. BOYD, R. V. MORROW,
C. [. B REN HAM, S. F. Bt'TTERWORTH
M. D. SWEENY. GEO. H. WHEATON,
I. ERIEDI.AN DER, WM. BTRLING,
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
lOg. A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON,
Tlios. BELL, E. B. PERRIN,
C. T RYI.AND, WM. L DICKENSON
WM. S. LADD.
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Was chartered hy special uot ofthe Legisla
ture of the state" of Illinois, and commenced
doing business in July, 1870, making it now
Just three years old. Its plan of orguul?alhm
was to have
#5,000,000 Capital Htoch,
v.ith twenty percent, paid In,and the balance
subject to call. Wilh BRANCH ORGANIZA
TIONS of stockholders in tlie leading business
cc nters of tlie country, composed of the best
business men—thus Staking a Company of
National extent und prestige, und yet v
HOME COMPANY AT BACH BRANCH.
TUo Company tit this date has policies In
force covering over $25JJ00,00U of risks, with an
annual income of over
ALL \SSKTs OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON THIS COAST.
Capital stock of Pacide Branch,
over I KMM 1)8
Invested In Mortgages on Heal Es
tate la California during the last
four months, over MM9UQ W
32K Policies Issued at l'aeific Uruuch
during same period, insuring 1,242,100 01
Charge* lor Insurance 23 per Cent.
Less thiiii Mutual Companies.
r rBH nEPi itLK'
Does not borrow THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the same at
some INDEFINITE future period and t.'ALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In presenting the claims of THE REPUB
LIC to the patronage of the people of this
Coast, we shall at till times aim 10 be gov
erned by sound business considerations, and a
dun regard for tlie rights and merits of com
OFFICE OU THE PACIFIC BRANCH,
NO. 317 ( AI.II'OKMA STREET,
Below Sansome Street.
T HAVE THE FOLLOWING DE
JL scribed horses in my possession at Ste
phens' corral, taken from TlburelO Vasquez's
band of robbers. I IWners can have their stts'k
by proving property nnd payingcharges:
Two American work niarrs, one sorrel nnd
one brown, branded F with a halt circle at the
One large sorrel work hose, lt>'£ hands high,
branded s i>.
One sorrel horse, having collar and saddle
marks, blase in face, left fore foot and left
hind foot white, breaded J K.
One sorrel horse supposed to bp a hnlf-hreed,
with collar und saddle-marks, fore feet white,
strip In forehead; brand, two inverted .Is witc.
One inoro saddle-horse, bald face, nil feet
white, branded and vented with letter O. and
also branded with letter A with half circle on
One large iron-gray horse, brnnded M C aud
One Spanish saddle or work mare with colt,
branded M E, and also ,1 A L.
line light gray saddle-horse, branded J with
One dun mare, white mane and tall, brand
ed I R and J G, and also ,f A L.
One black mare, branded I with hall circle
ut top and bottom, ami J A L.
One bay mure and yearling colt, branded J
One dun marj and sucking colt, brunded A
With O on top.
One yearling dun colt, branded J A L.
WM. R. ROWLAND, Sherllf.
-CTX MAIN ST., N1 .an WELLS,FARGO &Co
Makes the moat fashionable style of
clo r r 111 wo
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
a large stock ofthe
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Casslmeres. Velvet
and Silk Vestlngs, etc. A lit guaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom he lias made clothing.
No necessity lo scud to Sau Francisco for '
g<iod niliilg suits. oc2lf-lp
ADAM A NELSON,
HAVING ESTABLISHED THEM
selves at the old stand of
1,. Peter, opposite the I'ost-Ortlec,
SPUING STREET, me prepared to fill ALL
ORDERS In the
Latest A Most Fashionable Styles.
A tine a—stin 1 nl Of
And everything in the line always on hand.
BrtJ AGOOD FIT GUARANTEED IN ALL
CASES. Give us a Call. ooC-lmlp
SPANISH AND FRENCH
TNSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND
-i- SPANISH will be given to classes lv the
S afternoons or evenings, by ■
i MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To a class of five or less, per lesson $2 00
To a class of any number over five, per
lesson $3 00
For further particulars, inquire ut the office
of the Eos AKOXLM HeRALD, of Lindley A
Thompson, or ut the Pico House.
University of California, )
Department of Languaofjs. >
Oakland, Jury 11, 1X72. )
Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lind
ley has been a student in my department of
I the t'niversitv for five consecutive terms, viz:
' from September, 1870, to April 3d, 1872. During
, this time she studied the French, the Spanish
and the German languages, obtaining always
' iii*- highest marks for proficiency and attend
■ unfit, her average credit mark for fl-ve terms
being 97 per cent.
On entering the University, Miss Lindley
Pissessed already such knowledge of the
rench and Spanish idioms as to be able to
speak tbem with ease, fluency, correctness,
and a pure pronunciation.
she may now be considered thoroughly fa
miliar with the theory and philosophy, as well
as with tlie application of these two tongues;
and she may safely be recommended as a can
didate of great promise, for teaching the
French and Spanish languages.
P. PIUDA, Prof. Modern Languages.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Josephine I.lndlev has been declared by the
Faculty entitled to this Certificate of l'rofl
elency In the departments of Geology and
Natural History, (Botany and Physical Geolo
gy, i Belles Lettres, (English Literature, Histo
ry, Ancient nnd Modern,) Chemistry, Modern
Languages, iFrench and Spanish.)
Henry Durant, President of University: E.
S. Carr, Prof. Chemistry; P. Phsla, Modern
Languages; Joseph lA Conte, Professor of Ge
ology und Natural History; William Swinton,
Professor of Belles Lettres; Martin Kellogg,
Dean of the Faculty. oc2-tf
168 Hniu Street, Loa Angelea.
THE SEVENTIT SEMI-ANNUAL
Session of this
SELECT I) A V SCHOOL,
ln which girls and boys receive a UMPU-,
practical and complktk English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1873.
TERMS PF.B MONTH:
English Studies, including the ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Book-Kceplng and Algebra $0 00
Primary Geography, Second und Third
Readers 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes 8 00
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month 82 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, will be connected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, apply to the under
signed, at the School Building.
oeaml W. B. LAWLOR, Prlnclpa 1.
The Southern California
JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE,
pOMPOSED OF SANTA BAR-
Y_ BARA, KERN, VENTI HA, SAN BER
NARDINO, SAN DIEGO and LOS ANGELES
counties, will meet in the new High School
building, Los Angeles city, on
Monday, November 3, 1873,
ami remain In session four days.
Section Ifitin, Political Code says: " When
ever the number of School Districts iv any
cotinly Is ten or more, the School superinten
dent must hold ut least one Teachers' insti
tute in each year, and every teacher employed
in a public school In the county must attend
All the Public School Teachers are particu
larly required to attend. Private Teachers.
Trustees and the public genera, ly nre Invited
to be present. \V. M. McFADDEN.
County Superintendent of Schools,
Anaheim, Oct, 7, is/73. oclO-td
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
TEaSONS IN THE FRENCH
and Spanish languages will be given to classes
or in private, commencing on
WEDNESDAY, OfTOBEB 1, IS7S.
terms of nntut
Private lessons $ I 00 each
Twenty lessons 15 00
Lessons to any number of pupils
over live, for one month, three les
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
French and Spunish'School for children ev
ery day iSaturdays excepted) at 4 o'clock P,
M. TUITION, per month, $3.
For further particulars, inquire at No. 107
Main street. Translation of Vrench, Span
ish and Enolisu. F. V. C. i»K MONDRAN.
Drawing and Painting.
INSTRUCTION IN CRAYGN, PEN
CIL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
in Coloring with India Ink nnd Witter Colors,
O I I. PAINTING,
given at Hillside Cottage, hack of the new
sehcsil-house. MRS. L 0 WHEAT SMITH,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH AND SPRING STS.
Grain, Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
With City Water Throughout.
M-rIIORSES, MULES, WAGONS and CAR
RIAGES bought und sold, and Horses and
Carriages to let by the day or week.
Teamsters accommodated us usual on the
most liberal terms. Oc7-lmlp
Ih7n7 MITCH ELL'S
Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
/CENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
V_-' Poplar Row, ANAHEIM.
Tho very best accommodations for visitors
(i«'ut 1«- Sn«l<llo ll<»i*»cm
constantly on hand, und furnished at shortest
ALISO FEED & SALE STABLE
JE. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
• COR. ALAMEDA & ALISO STS.
Adjoining M. Keller's.
GRAIN, HAY Ac FEED
always on hand.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, eto
bought aud sold. oc7-4ptf
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN
all styles. BRAIDS, CURLS AND WA
TERFALLS, made at the shortest notice.
TANGLED HAIR STRAIGHTENED AND
MADE INTO ANY SHAPE.
•ST" Perfumes ol the finest quality on hand
and for sale. NO. » SPRING STREET, Los
1 ageles, California. oelStf
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and
Nov. 10,11, 12, 13, I4and 18.
SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME!
FIVE DAYS' RACING
Stock Parades and Exhibitions,
And one whole dny devoted to
AND OTHER SIGHTS.
First Race—Trotting—For horses that nre
owned In the district at this date, that have
never beaten three minutes. Mile heats; best
three ln five to harness—purse of $800; $200 to
the tlrst horse, und $100 to lite second; live or
more to enter.
Second Race—Running race of a mile dash,
for all two-year olds owned hiul raised ln this
district. Purse of £300; $200 to first und 1100 to
second; five or more to enter.
Third Race—Running—Free for nil Califor
nia or hulf-breed horses; mile dash; catch
weights. Purse $150; $100 to the flrst and (GO to
the second; five or more to enter.
First Race—Gentlemen's Saddle Race—Sin
gle dash of one mile; to carry not less than
lot) pounds; each owner to ride his own horse,
with colors, (weight to be understood to com
prise saddle and rider, and not includewbip
und bridle,) and euch rider to be over 19 years
old. Purse of &00; s2UO to first and §100 to tbe
second horse; five toenter.
Second Ruce—Running— Free for all three
year olds bred and raised, nnd owned at tbis
date in the district; mile beats, hest two lv
three. Purse of *S00; 11200 to first horse, $130 to
second; Aye to enter.
Third Rnce-Trotting-Frec for nil three-year
olds In the State; mile heats, beat two In three
to humess. Purse fclCO; $100 to first, to sec
ond ; three to enter.
First Race—Trotting—Free for nil horses In
the State; mile heats, best three lv rive to har
ness, rurseof $300; $200 to lirst, $100 to sec
ond; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all hoises
ln the State; mile heats, hest three ln five.
Purse SlOii; $900 to first, £100 to second: three oi
more to enter.
First Race—Running—Five mile dash; free
for nil horses owned ln this district at this
dute; catch weights- bar Irene and Phll.Shet-
Ulan—purse of $260) $175 to the flrst, and 473 to
tne second; five to enter.
Second Race-Trotting Purse-Free for al I
horses in tlie State; mile heats, best three In
five to wagons; owners to drive, nnd all pro
fessional drivers to be excluded, l'urse 1900;
$170 lo first, r7.j to second, and s.'o to third; fiv«
Set apart for the exhibition of stock and the
awarding of premiums,
At one o'clock on this day there will be a
grand exhibition of lady equestrian Ism, Thl*
contest will lie open lo all ladies nnd misses,
who must each i«" accompanied by aa escort
on the day ofthe contest. Entries free for all,
and to he made to the Secretary on or beforo
Hip loth of October. The entry consists ol
the name of the lady contestant, and the
name or description ofthe animal, if con
venlent the name of the rider certain. The
contest will be divided into two parts—grace
ful riding and daring equestrianism. I,adl»s
who t«s)k prizes last year are Ineligible. There
will Is) ten or more substantial ami elegant
premiums, lo be named hereafter. There will
be no horse or foot-racing on tills day, aud the
admission will be the same as usual.
First Race—Trotting—Free for all horses ln
the Stutc; two-mile heats, hest two In three to
harness. Purse BfiOO; $350 to the tlrst, $150 to
the second; Aye to enter.
Second Ruce—Running—Free for all horsed
In the State; two-mile heats, best two :n three.
Purse $500: 8350 lo the lirst, Sl5O to the second;
three to enter.
All trotting races to lie governed by the rule*
of the National Turf Congress, and all run
ning races to lie governed by the rules ofthe
Sacramento State Agricultural society,utiles.,
otherwise specified. Fair to commence on
Monday, the loth day of November, to con
tinue six days. All entries to he made to the
Secretary by tlie Ist day of October, 10 percent.
Of all purses to accompany the entry, ln caws
of walk-over, the horse shall he entitled to ail
entrance money only. When two horses only
start, the third money shall be returned to thu
Society. A horse distancing the field shall be
entitled to all the money. Judges shall bave
the right to call up v second or third race, and
have It come olfbetween the heats of the flrst.
The Society reserves the right to withdraw
any purse, 11 it believes tliat there will be no
All the privileges ofthe di-I rlct, 'including
entries for premiums and purses, are extend
ed to Inyo and Ventura countries. oc2
J>UBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLJ.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. Office in Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the t on rt-house.
It has a large circulation In the state of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizonu und Colorado Territories, Central
and South Ainericu, und spam.
commends itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous population
of different nationalities, ou the Pacific Coast.
Advertising Hates Very Kcnaouable.
ScnscßiPTioNS—One Year, $6; Six Months,
$3 50; Three Months, $2. ocxtHp
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. SIGNORET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been In attendance since 1840. He
welcomes all his old customers and pleases
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP in the city is
with this establishment. Clean towels, care
ful employees. oc.>lm
NEW YORK BREWERY,
QHRIS. HENNE, PROPRIETOR
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL
LIANL LAGER BEER south of
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from I his Brewery dc
fles competition In the State. oc.V'.nilp
F„ n;-.RTHo.N. V. V. C. >tOSD«AN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST and BEST
Havana Clears, and keep on hand
Cberwlnjt unci Hmohiiiix Tobacco,
Pipe*, Clgarrttos and Fancy Articles.
Main st, next door to W F. & Co's Express.