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Some Minor Points of History.
[Pratn the Now York World.]
" Jf General Hamilton's figures l»e
correct, then Washington was never
'in debt' in any sense of the word.
Corbett and the World seem to think
differently.- [Baltimore Gazette.
The Accomplished writer in the Oa
:> rtV, who at one period of hi* life care
fully investigated at least the military
part of Washington's career, and pub
lished the result in volumes which
form an interesting pari of our histor
ical literature, ought not to have fallen
into so many mistakes as he has given
us occasion to rectify. He seems to
hmVO forgotten more American history
than most of his countrymen ever
knew. He says if Hamilton's figures
be correct, Washington was never an
instant in debt to tlie treasury iv any
sense of the treasury in any sense of
the word. Tlie following extracts from
Hamilton's figures will enable readers
1790 Due Hie fnlte.l Slates, ;<ktl June *1,7.>4
Due the United Slates, .'tilth Septem..l,"iii4
One the United States,,'list 1(.•eein1i...4,2>l
1701 pur I'nlted States, Slut March ti,1.*,4
l>ue i'nl odstiites, Ilulh .lime 4,404
late I'nlted states, !*>th Kepteniher...fl,|lM
line Lulled States, 3|m| December .Villi
1798 One i nlted States. Rlst March \VM
line United States, .mill lime 4,804
Due United slates, .ton, Merrfemher...l,]JM
Due i'nited Htate*, 81st December 2,MM
Due United stales, ,'tist Match ft.UM
Due Hulled States, Until June 1,!K14
Due I'nited States, With Septom ber...4,ti.">4
Due United Slates, list liei'emher "i,4U4
I7W Due I'nited States, llsl March 1,1">4
Due I'nited states, BUtll June :|,!K»I
Due United Ktatca.HOth September...t.g.'ii
Due i'nited Stales, :(lst D •nCier 4,404
17*5 Due United Slates, .'list March 1,154
Due I'nited Slates, tKM.II June tjHoB
The following extract from Hamil
ton's "Justification" would have suf
ficed tn settle thl*Question, even with
out the foregoing figures, which were
certified by James Nourse, the Regis
ter, as ''extracted from the books of
the Treasury." Hamilton said: "1
knew that no possible risk could at
tend the advance. The estate of the
President was answerable in case of
death or other premature vacancy-"
If be Mas not in debt, how could the
money have heen "advances?" How
could his estate have been answerable
for money which he did not owe? We
quote again from the Haltinioie Go*
"We have not at hand tlie Aurora or
'Peter Porcupine, and Aye are pleasant
ly conscious of the privation, for surely
there is nothing in our political story
more hideous than the gibbering slan
ders put in circulation by those reck
less 'foreigners,' Diiane and Cobbett.
It was with tlie former that originated
the libel that Washington was always
in debt to the Government—with the
latter, the equally offensive one that
he made a boast of ids disinterested
Duatie was not a foreigner; he was
born in tlie Htate of New York, near
Lake Chatuplain, He was not editor
of the Aiinn'u when tlie salary etpO
surc was made, nor till about four
years afterward. He could not have
been the "Calm Observer," for it was
only in that very year that he return
ed to this country after au absence
since he was eleven years of age. His
parents were Irish immigrants, and
after tlie death of bin father his mo
ther returned to Ireland, taking ber
only son with her. He went thence
to Calcutta and edited tlie World, the
first, or one of the first newspapers
published iv tlie East. The English
authorities suppressed his paper and
sent him to England for his too bold
exorcise of tlie freedom of tbe press.
After vainly seeking redress from
Parliament and the East India Com
pany, he edited iv London the Gene
ral Advertleer, whioh afterwards be
came tlie famous London Time*. Tbe
Aurora waa owned and edited by Ben
jamin Franklin Baohe, a grandson of
Franklin. When Baohe tell a victim
to the yellow fever in the autumn of
1798, (three years after the salary sen
sation,) his widow continued tlie pub
lication. She soon employed and af
terwards married Duane, who thus be
came editor of the chief Democratic
organ. He contributed powerfully to
Jefferson's first election. It is not true
that Cobbett co-operated with Duane
or Rache. During his publication of
Porcupine's Gazette he was a furious
Federalist ami lampooned Baohe aud
Duane witb a skill which only lie pos
sessed. It is not true that* Cobbett
"originated" the comments on Wash
ington's professions of disinterested
ness; they were started in au editorial
in Baches Aurora, replying to au ar
ticle supposed to be Hamilton's iv
Noah Webster's New York Minerva.
When, after Cobbett's return to Eng
land, he published the twelve volumes
of selections from his American writ
ings, he inserted among them some
of tbe attacks on Washington as curi
ous information for English readers.
While lie was iv America he made a
long defense of Washington against
the virulent attack of Thomas Paine.
We quote again from the Ootette',
" Washington's legal pomp! Have
our New York friends ever seen the
modest mansions in Philadelphia
and Germantown, which were the
•palaces' then. Either would go into
Mr. A. T. Stewart's kitchen, and be
easily covered by General Grant's sta
bles. And as to the (roach and four?
Every Virginia and some Philadelphia
gentlemen of that day drove four
horses. There are living now those'
who remember them. It was no more
a sign of 'regal pomp' than Washing
ton's black suit and sword und pow
dered hair. It was the mark of a gen
tleman, and we should say of a South
ern gentleman, but tbat we remember
Mr. Jefferson wore a red waistcoat
unit hitched hi* horse to the Capitol
Wellington's house in Philadelphia
was tiie mansion of Robert Morris.
Washington himself said of it iv a
letter to Sear, his private Secretary: "It
is, I believe, the best single house in
the city. Yet, without auditions it is
inadequate to the commodious accom
modation of my family. These addi
.. tions I believe will be mudc. * * *
There are good stables, but for twelve
horses ouly, aud a ouavh houso, which
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
will hold all my carriages." We
know no authority (aside from ilicGo-
Sftte) for the statement that ucoaeh
and four was customary with gentle
men of that period. Be this as it may,
Washington on State occasions gener
ally used a coach and six, and he kept
rOS till ions as well as a coachman.
Will the writer who seems so amused,
or at least surprised, ut our allusion to
Washington's "almost regal pomp,"
take Jefferson as an authority? lie
said (Works, vol. 7, pp. 887-8): "When
I joined tlie Government iv March,
1700, at New York, 1 was much aston
ished at the mimicry I found estab
lished of royal forms and ceremonies.
I took occasion, at various times, of
expressing to (Jeneral Washington my
disappointment at these symptoms of a
change of principle, and that I found
them encouraged by the forms and
ceremonies which I found prevailing
not at all in character with the sim
plicity of Republican Government,
and looking as if wishfully to those of
European courts." Washing ton ex
plained as being little versed in such
matters, he had asked those about
him to decide on tha forms. "The
task," says Jefferson, "was assigned
particularly to General Knox, a man
of parade, "and to General Humphreys
who had resided some time at a for
eign court." Near the beginning of
the second term Washington referred
the subject to his ('abinet for advice as
to revising the existing forms. Jeffer
son and Hamilton favored more sim
plicity; Knox and Randolph opposed
any change; and tho Cabinet being
equally divided, no change was made.
We will add nothing hut an authentic
description, by a friendly pen, of
Washington's Philadelphia levee:
"At ;i o'clock all the chairs having
been removed, the door was opened,
and the President, usually surrounded
by members of his Cabinet or other
distinguished men, was seen by the
approaching visitor standing before the
Are-place. Ids hair powdered and gath
ered behind in a silk bag, coat and
breeches of plain black velvet, white
or pearl-colored vest, yellow gloves, a
cocked lint in his band, anil a long
sword, with a finely wrought and glit
tering steel hilt, the coal worn over it,
and its scabbard of polished white
leather. On these occasions he never
shook hands even witli his most in
timate friends. The name of every
one was distinctly announced, and he
rarely forgot a person who had been
once introduced to him. The visitor
was received With a dignified bow,
and passed on to another part of the
room. At a quarter past » tiie door
closed, tiie gentlemen present moved
into a circle, and he proceeded, begin
ning at his right hand, to exchange a
few words with each. When the cir
cuit was completed he resumed his
lirst position, and the visitors ap
proached him iv succession, bowed
With this exception of not exact
ing court dresses for the visitors, this
differed little from tlie ceremonial
stitrness[of a royal levee.
At Santa Cruz Peeeuti) a native
Califomian, named Jesus Marisch,
while intoxicated, fell under the tiy
wlieel of tiie Soquel Steam Flouring
Mill there. Tne pinion of the fly
wheel had struck liim on the head, and
broke his skull besides mangling his
limbs. The body was found under the
mill wheel by Mr. O. I*. Wilson, the
miller, while breathing, but in a few
moments ho expired.
I* It OS 1 ■ ECTTJSI
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neat and tastily printed sevcn-colniiin news
paper, newsy rather than literary In charac
ter. The Weekly will se a slx-enlntnn, eight
page paper, and will contain the most Impor
tant matter that has previously appeared ln
Thk Daily llkaai.Di
It Is proposed that the lISSAt.D shall be an
un bought advocate of every Interest pertain-
Ingtn Southern ('allfornia and Arizona, and
a lentous worker in all things that shall tend
to benelit tlie State, ln a word it will be in
close communion with the People. In its col
umns, from time to time w ill be found mat
ters of interistto the Caliloriiia Earmcr, Me
chanic, Merchant, Laborer, and all classes of
Producers; and It will also coiilain rending
Blatter suited to the Home Circle.
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nging the affairs of the Nation. Eor the accom
plishment ofth I* end, it will hail with satin Str
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ties, believing that the prosperity, perhaps
.safety, ofthe Nation depends upon Ihe success
of a movement of this character. It is"reform
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und oppose Coolie Immlgnitlen. it will favor
Eree Trade, and oppose Protective TsrliTi it
will advocate a Gieciihnck Currency IbrCnli
fornlu, nnd oppose the present dwarfing and
•leadening policy which upholds the present
ruinous rates of interest ami shuts out Eastern
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While thellKUAi.n will treat Slavery as a
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from the public treasury or private purse
without a just return is robbery, ami he who
takes this money Is ath let Believing this,
the llkkai.ii will oppose salary steals, custom
steals, land steal-, rail road steals, and every
kind of steals.
Each day, the fullest Pnreign and Domestic
Telegrams wilt he published. The aim will
he to supply, In this part of the State, the de
mand heretofore tilled by the Snn Francisco
dallies. No trouble or expense will he spared
to innke the Hkkai.ii, iv this respect,equal to
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tain a full Review of the Local and Foreign
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XJO. M ALISO STREET--MANU
i3l EAOTCItER of
VVneoiiH, t'urrli»tten, llua«ien, etc.
Horse-shoeing, machine •ml thl OS SUd bhu-k
-smlthing of all kinds done lv the most work
bousht and sold, and alwiiyuon hand. Ordcru
proiaptly attonded 10. ocl'Jinlpl
LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1873.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
|>lIYSH'IAN AND SUKGF.ON.
OFFICE No. n Downey's Block, ap at air*.
DR. A. 8. SHORB,
j j OMIEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Cost Office,
resident -y. No. ID Franklin street,
DR. H. S. ORME,
piiYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE In I .an franco's
Rnllotng, No. ti Main street.
otlice Hours from lv A. M. to I P, M., and
from •> tn :t 1". M. oc2-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
piiYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OEEICE AND RESIDENCE In Hclnseh's
Itloek, t 'oininercial ami Lna Angeled streets.
OH 'Special attention paid tn diseases of the
EVE AND EAR. oc'Mf
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
J | ONMEOPATHIST.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Sprlnir street,
opposite the .Mayor's ottlee. or?-1 pi f
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
M EC H A NIC AU, OPERATIVE
AND SCROEoN DENTIST.
OEEICE .! i sprlnif street xt to Eire En
gine House. oCi-tf
11. X. S O'MKI.VKNV. 11. T. lIAZAKn.
O'MELVENY & HAZARD,
VTTOBNEYH AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
M Special attention given to business in
the United Stan's Lund otlice. oc2-tf
A. QLASSKLL, 0. 11, SMITH.
A. ILCHAI'MAN. H. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN &SMITH.
A TTOBNEYH AT LAW,
OEEICE-TEMI'LE BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
Angeles, California. ocu'-tf
JAMES C. HOWARD,
A TTORNEY AT LAW
('Ol HV CO MM ISSION ER,
Downey'* Block, l*rm Angeles. oeS-tf
4TTORNEY AT law,
OFFICE—No, 18 Downey Block L>i Angeles.
CHAMI.M I.INDI.KV. J. H. THOMI'SOV.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OEFICE—Koom No. 8, Downey Block. oe2
W. 1.. M AKSIt.VI.I.. will n. ooci.n.
MARSHALL & COULD,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE
ai V opposite the Conn House. Rooms Nos.
IK ami in Temple Block, Los Angelea, Cal.
Will practice tn al) the courts of this st.de,
ami attend to business in U. S. Land Office,
LEW. G. CABANIS,
X T OTA BY P I'M LIC, CONVEY-
A.N ancer and Searcher of Records |<>r this
OEFICE—Nn. It Temple Block, lf» Ange
les, < 'allfornia. oc2-tf
V. I. HOWARD & SONS,
A TTOBNEY* AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOR ANGELES.
A. A. WILSON,
A TTORNEY ft COUNSELLOR.
i IFFICE- Room No. 11, Tempi* Block, Los
Angeles, California, ocfrtf
A. X, .icnsoN. J. w. OILLRTTK.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
tJEARCHERS OF RECORDS
. AND CONVEYANCERS.
TEMPLE block, Los ANOELEH,
C. W. MORGAN,
"REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Eour doors sunt li ofthe Post Offlce, Temple
Block, Los Angoles, California.
»r'.MONEY TO I.OAN. oc.'-lf
OH Aft. I. MILIft,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RurjUM TO—Dr. J.K Griffin. J. G. Downey,
L. H. Titus, Gen. I*. Banning, I. w. Heiimau,
The Introduction of water Intn cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for making sheet Iron pipes, al my shop, or
when- desired, on the most favorable terms.
BARBERS BATH HOUSES.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
RHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc.
Tiiis PStablixhmcn! has Just heen refitted,
and, after having engaged tlie Wst Barbers iv
the city, I reapoctfUlly solicit custom from all
who waut work executed in the hest style.
Makes tlie BATHING BUSINESS a special
ty,und has tlie finest set of Batli Rooms In the
city, as* Under the Bella Union. ocfrHnlp
C> PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and BathiiiK Emporium. No. 7S
Main street. OCfltHp
PROF. GREEN S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES' AND
under the "Express" oftiee, TEMPLE
As Prof. Green ha* the hest available assist
ants to he procured in the State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Will be performed in the hest style of Ihe loll
sorlal art. liaVlffl
(Successor to Boeder A I.lehtenbeixen,
Wagons. Buggies. Carriages. Etc.
MX I4S nud 147 Mntn street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits tho patronage of
the public iv his line of business. AJI ve
hicles built or the BEST M ATERIAL. An
Is conueeted wlili the establishment, where
ull kinds of Bliicksiulthlui; wlil he done to
it ioi».vnt ING
Done wilh dispatch, aud w lib it view ot ni\ ing
satis taction to putroiiH.
All Work VVarraaled.
OC7 I nilp
FORWARDING ft COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD & CO.
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO;
COMMERCIAL 1 MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed 1j1141.000.000i
BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHED;
BAKER & HAM LION'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY;
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON;
SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND FOHTER.
HELLMAN. HAAS & CO.
F"01t WA JRTOI TVCi
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
irAVE FOR SALE
THE PVKEST GROCERIES,
THE REST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Hrunds.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes.
BLIND*, FARMING IMPLEMENT J.
■ land 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sis.,
oc i| Los ANGELES. [lm-lp
/ 10MMISSI0N MERCHANT.
V > General dealer in all kinds of eot'N
TRV I'RoDl'f TIONfc
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advance* on Consignment* to ail
parts ofthe I'nited stall's. Nos. '.'4 and St
Aliso s'., LOS ANGELES. nWMytp
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, RLINDS,
CEMEAT ATM 13 II All*.
Alameda and First Streets.
PERRY, WOODWORTH & CO,
U AND PLANING MIMA
M<>. 74» DOMMnnOIAL RMS?.
Keep constantly ou hand a full assortment
of LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, MOULDINGS,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work done to order. peg
GRIFFITH. LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
11. i. wii.kv. n, k, nnsHV,
WILEY A BERRY,
KEAL ESTATE AGENTS
COMMISSION M ERCHANTS,
No. M MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
MALONEY A FENNESSEY.
WAGON-MAK ING, H LAC K
TT SMITHING AND HORSE-SHOEING
20 ami 22 AliHoNlreet.
Manufacturers of Carriages. Buggies.
und wagons of all kind-. All orders promptly
attended to. ocT-iptf
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
Xo. RI A 1.l NO XT Kill.
HENRY W. STOLL, Propkietor.
- Kuppllf* Bar Rooms nnd private liuul
lies with the purest and besi
M»l>A ARB SAKMA I* A HI 1.1. A,
Delivered to any part nf Ihe city. ocli-lm a
J. L. WARD & CO.
Baker & Hamilton's
HAH DWAH EJ!
STAR MOLINE PLOW;
BAXTER I'PRK.HT ENOINES;
AMES PORTABLE ENGINES;
THE CELEBRATED RAIN WAOON.
■S . Illustrated Catalogues, with prices, can
be had by ii|iplicatlon at nuroltiee. neM*lm
HfHwtf Street , OBpttUn thr MR Ottler.
DAVE MAIN HAS RETIRED
from the Judicial contest, in order to de
vote his time to more classical pursuits.
Floating down Ihe stream of life placidly,
with buhl-headed old GEORGE DARIN, they
will in conjunction prepare the following
The Rris Around tlie 4'oruer.
The CHOICEST WINES, LIQCORS AND
cigars always on hand; oc2-im
Bill Poster and Distributer.
HAN DRILLS, CIRCULARS. PRO
- GRAMMES, NOTICES, Etc. faithfully
POSTED OR DlsTltllll TED throughout the
city und country .
Si 11. -Parties nt a di-tance can send any*
thing they wish praties] or distributed tn the
city or surrounding country, with assurance
that the work will be faithfully done.
orders niav be led ut tlie olHce of the Daily
HSBAt.fi. SAM. BERGE,
oclf-tf Lo* Angelea.
H*3l* I' 111 «i < ■
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
4>F 4 Hl4'AltO. 11.1,1 VOIS.
Cash Capital, . 51,000,000
Itrllili l»»'H in nil I In- NOlli'snl Ilie I'lllOll.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
. tin 1 organization of our
\w tnki' ple**ur* in announcing that our Pa
cific Coast stockholders have eJMtnd the fol
lowing well-known rltisen* ns officers of our
THoS. A. BALL, WM. H. WHKATON
A. L. OI'BNKY Secretary orn tern
JAS. T. BOYD Attorney
THOS. HHOWN Treasurer
( HAS. KI'KKKLI Medical Examiner
OLIVER ELDIUDGE, JOS. A. DONOItOE,
JAS. T. Bo YD. GEO. W. BRAVER,
CH AS. RIRHELL, THOS. BELL,
E. B. PEHKIN.
OLIVER ELDREDWE.I.ELAND STANFORD
IJEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. HHOWN,
N. G. KITTLE; G. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN E. MILI.EK, THOS. H. SELHY,
J,VS. T. HOYD, H. E. MORROW,
('. L BRENHAM, s. E. BETTER WORTH
M. D. SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON,
I. EHIEDLANDEIt, WM. BTRLING.
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
IDS. A. DONOHOE, WM. K. WHEATON,
THOS. HELL. E. B. PERRIN.
C. T. in LAND, WM. L DICKENSON
WM. h. LADD.
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Waa eharteretl hy special act ofthe I.egisln
tureol the Slate'of Illinois, anil cornineiieeil
doing business in Jnl> , I*TO, making It now
Just three year* old. Its plan of org>ini\'ation
was to have
Hs,Ollli,lMin CnpltaAi Stock,
with twenty par cent, paid in,ami the hiilunce
subject loenll. With BRANCH OItoANIZA-
Tl» INS of stock holders tn t be leading business
center* of the country, COmpneed of the t*-st
business men thus making a Company of
Natioual extent and prestige, and yet a
110 111: (UUI'VVV AT EACH HK S.N4 11.
The Company nt this date has policies In
forcecoverinsrover W.,OtXi,limird risks, with an
tt 11 tiiiiit Income oi over
ALL \SSETS OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
NESTED oN THIS COAST.
Capital Slock of Pacific Branch,
over I :mf».(rt» RI
Invested iv Mortgage! on Heal Es
nile iv Ciiliioniia during the Insl
four months, over ICAjM 08
't'2M Policies issued nt I'licitlc Breach
during same period, insuring 00
4 liar (.-ci tiar liiHiirmice 2.1 |»er ( cm.
Less iliiim Mutual 4 oinpauOh*.
r r ll X It « IPU l» bI <'
Does not brSTOW THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on I'UO.MISES to return the snineut
Home INDEFINITE future period and CALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In presenting the claims of THE REPUB
LIC lo tlie patronage of the people of this
Const, we shall at all times aim to Is- gov
erned by sound business considerations, and n
due regard tor the rights and merits or com
pel in;: companies.
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC HRANOH.
N4». 317 4' A 1.1 I' OItN I A NTKF.F.T.
Below Sansoine Street.
T HAVK THK FOLLOWING RE-
M. scrils'd borne* in my possession at Ste
phens' corral, taken from Tihiirclo VaiKJUe*'*
hand of robber*, owners can Rave their stock
hy proving property and paying charges:
Two American work man s, one lofrel and
one brown, brauded F witli v hall clrcli' id the
One large sorrel work hose, IHC; hands liigh,
branded S li.
One sorrel horse, having collar and saddle
marks, blaze ln luce, left fore toot and left
hind foot white, branded .1 K.
One sorrel horse supposed 111 be a hall-breed,
With collar and siatdlc imirks, lore feet white,
strip In forehead; brand, two Inverted .Is wile
s underneal h.
One more Mddle-hor*e, bald face, all feet
white, branded and vented with letter O, and
nl»o branded with totter A with half circle on
one large iron-gray horse, branded M G und
i »ne Spanish saddle or work innre with colt,
branded M E, and also J A L.
One light gray saddle-horse, branded J with
One dun mare, white mane and tall, brand
ed I B and J O, and also J A L.
One black mare, branded I with hall circle
nt top and bottom, and J A L.
One liuv mare and yearling colt, branded J
(me dun mm and sucking colt, bmnded A
with O on top.
One yearling dun colt, branded J A l»
WM. It. ROWLAND, sheriff.
MERC HA NT TAILO RS.
MAIN ST.,NMu WE LI .H,FAROO■& Co
Makes the most fashionable style of
or r v m i >r o
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
a large stock ofthe
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy CnssimereM. Velvet
ami Silk Vesting*, etc. A fit guaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom he has made Clothing.
Noneee»*itv to send to Hun Francisco for
go.nl fitting suit*.
ADAM A NELSON,
seIves at tlie old stand of
1.. Peter, oppomtte the INe.l-Office,
SPRING STREET, are prepared to till ALL
ORDERS In Ihfl
Latost Sl Most Fashionable Styles.
A flue assortment of
And everyllilng tn tlie line iilwuy* on hand.
■or A GOOD PIT GCAR.VNTEED IN ALL
CASES. Olve us a Cull. oCJ-lmlp
E DUCAT lONAL.
SPANISH AND FRENCH
TNSTRFCTION IN FRENCH AND
1 SPANISH will be given to da* set tv ihe
afternoons or evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To a class of five or less, per lesson V- 01
To n class of any number over five, per
For further particular-, inquire nt the otlice
of the Loa Anoklxs HKRAI.D, of Lindley a-
Thorn peon, or sl the Pico House.
I'MVKUSITY OK CAI.IFOIt.NIA, )
DIOPAKTMF.NT OF LaWAUAGKS.
Oakt.anii, July il. 1*72. J
Herewith 1 certify thai Miss Josephine Lind
ley ha* been a student In my department of
I the rniversity for five consecutive terms, viz:
from September, IS7O, to April lid, 1*72, During
thlstliiie she studied the French, the Spanish
and tbe German languages, obtaining always
the highest murks for proficiency and attend*
anee, her average credit mark for five term*
being !17 per cent.
On entering the I'lilverslty, Miss Lindley
possessed already such knowledge of the
French rind Spanish idioms as to i„. able to
-peak them with ease, fluency, correctness,
and a pure pronunciation.
She may now he considered thoroughly fa
milial with the theory and philosophy, as well
as with the application of these two tongues;
and she may safely he recommended as a can
didate of great promise, for teaching tbe
French and Spanish language-.
P. pioha, Prof. Modern Languages,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Josephine Lindley has been declared by the
Faculty entitled to this Certificate of Profi
ciency in the departments of (Jeology and
Natural History, (Botany and Physical Geolo
gy,! Belles Lettrc*. (English Literature, Histo
ry, Ancient and Modern,) Chemistry, Modern
Languages, i Trench nnd Spanish.)
Henry Durant, President of University: E.
S. Cnrr, Prof. Chemistry; P. I'lisia, Modern
Languages; Joseph Le Conte, Professor of Ge
ology and Natural History'; William Swlnton,
Professor of Relics Lettfas; Martin Keilogg,
Dean of the Fueulty. oc2-tf
I6S Main Street. I.«* Angelr*.
rpH E SEVEN TH~SEMI-ANN I"A L
1 Kesaloh of this
SEL S3 CT I > A V SCHOOL,
in which girls and hoys receive a csefcl,
PR act l«" a I. ANncoMiM.KTK English Education,
cam imp need on Monday, AUGUST IL is;:t.
TERMS FEB MONTH:
English Studies, including the ordinary
School Brandies, and Double-Entry
Rook-Keeping and Algebra 00
Primary Geography, Second and Third
Renders 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes I 00
F. A THAN.
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month #2 00
f 'outpatent Tenchers of Drawing, Painting,
and tiie Modern Languages, will be connected
with the institution.
For further particulars, apply to Hie under
signed, nt the Hchool Building.
QeMnl \\ .JR. LAWLt >R. Principal.
The Southern California
JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE,
jTIOMPOREP OF SANTA BAB-
V .' BAR A, KERN, VENTURA, SAN REK
NARDINo,SAN DIEGOand LoH ANGELES
counties, will meet In The new Hlgtl School
building, Los Angeles city, on
Monday, November 3, 1873,
and remain In session four da\s.
Section URO, Political Code Ray*! " When
ever tiie mtmber Of School Districts 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 a public school in the county must attend
All tlie Public School Teachers arc particu
larly required to attend. Private Teachers,
Trustees and the public genera lv are invited
to I*' present. W. M. Mi EADDEN.
County Superintend.'lit oi" Schools,
Anaheim, Oct. 7, 187.1. oclO-td
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
T SBOOMfI IN THE FRENCH.
and Spanish ISngUSges wfll I*'given to classes
or in private, commencing on
w i:i».\i:sn tv, orroiiF.it i. IS7S.
TSSKS of TCITIos:
Private lessons I ) ooeach
Twenty lessons 15 00
Lessons to any iiumlier of pupils
over five, lor one month, threeles
soiis every week, each pupil 2 00
French and Spsnlshnenool tor children ev
ery day (Saturday* excepted) at t o'clock P.
M. TUITION, per month, 18.
For farther particulars, inquire nt No. 107
Main street. Translation of Vuf.nch, Span
ish ASS EXOI.WM. E. V. C. DM MoN'DItAN.
Drawing and Painting.
INSTRUCTION?!* CRAYON, PEN
CIL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
iv Coloring w itli India Ink and Water Colore,
GIL I* A I N T 1 M €*,
given at Hillside Cottage, back of tie- new
school-house. MRS. LO WHEAT SMITH.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH AN H SPRING STS.
Grain, Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
Willi City Water Throughout.
■WHORSES, MULES, WAGONS and CAR
RIAGES bought and sold, and Horse* and
Carriages to let by the day or week.
Teamster* accommodated as usual on the
most liberal terms. oc7-lmlp
M. M* MtTOttMLL't
Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
/'I ENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
V 7 Poplar Row, ANAHEIM.
The very best aeeommiHt.itions for visitors
<»«»ntlo Saddle Horses
constantly on hand, aud furnished ut shortest
ALISO FEED & SALE STABLE
JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
* COR. ALAMEDA A ALISO STS.
Adjoining M. Keller'*.
OHAIN, HAY Ac FEED
always ou hand.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc
bought and suld. oc7-tptt
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
IABIES'1 ABIES' HAIR DRESSING IN
J all style*. HRAHMs, OURI.S AND WA
TERFALLS, made at the shortest notice.
TANGLED HAIR HTRAIOHTKNEH AND
MADE INTO ANY SHAPE.
W Perfume* of the finest quality on band
and for sale. NO. » SPRING STREET, Lo*
A 'igeles, California. oar-if
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and
Nov. 10,1 1, 12, 13, 14and 10.
SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME I
FIVEDAYS' HAC IJNG
Stock Parades and Exhibitions.
And one whole day devoted to
AND OTHER SIGHTS.
First Race—Trotting—For horses that are
owned In the district at this date, tlint have
never beaten three minute*. Mile heats; be>t
three in Aye to harness—purse ».«) to
the first horse, and $100 to the second; Sve or
more to enter.
Second Race—Running race of a mile dash,
for all two-year olds owned and rained ln this
district. Purse of #300; $200 to first and 1100 to
second; live or more to enter.
Third Race—Running—Free for all Califor
nia or half-breed horses; mllp dash- catch
weights. Puree 11150; $100 tolhe rirst and $50 to
the second; five of more to enter.
First Race-Gentlemen's Saddle Race- ♦sin
gle dash of one mile; to carry not less tloui
101 l pounds; each owner to ride his own hor-.,
with colors, iweight to be understood to com
prise saddle and rider, and not In. in,re whip
and bridle,) nnd each rider to tie over It)year*
old. Purse of WOO; #200 to Urst and MM to the
second horse; five toenter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all three
year olds hr»-d and raised, and owned at this
date In the district; mile beats, best two In
three. Purse or #;«i0; #200 to first horse, SlOO tv
second; five toenter.
Third Race--Trottlng-Free for all three-year
olds in the State; mile heats, best two in three
to harness, l'urse SIM; #100 to first, «. r io to aec
ond; three to enter.
First Race—Trotting—Free ft»r all horses ln
the Htate; mile beats, hest three in Aye to har
ness. Puree of WOO; #200 to tlrst, 1100 to sec
ond; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all hors«*
In the State; mile heats, best three in five.
Puree »40»; MM to first, $100 to second; three or
more to enter.
First Race—Running—Five mile dash; free
for all horses owned In this district at Uila
date; catch weights—bar Irene and Phll.Ntwr-
Idan—purse of 1250; $175 to the first, and $75 to
tne second: five to enter.
Second Race—Trotting Purse—Free for all
horses In the State; mile heats, best three In
live to wagons; owners to drive, and all pro
fessional drivers to be excluded, l'urse $H0O;
#175 to flrst, into second, and *o0 to third; Bye
Set npart for tlie exhibition of stock and ths
awarding of premiums,
At one o'clock; on this day there will he a
grund exhibition of liuiy eouestriunism. Thla
contest will be open to all ladles and misses,
who wi»t each, be accompanied by an escort
a the day ofthe contest. Kntr.es free for all,
Ito lie ma<ie to the Secretary on or before
the 15th of October. The entry consists oi
the amine of the hsfy contestant, and the
name or description ofthe animal, if con
venient—the name of tlie rider certain. Tlie
contest will he divided into two part*—gram
ful riding and daring equestrinnlsm. Ladles
who took prizes last year are ineligible. There
Willis-ten or more substantial and elegant
premiums, to be named hereafter. There will
he no horse or foot-racing on this day, and the
admission will he the same us usual.
First Race—Trotting—Free for all horses in
tlie State; two-mile heats, best two iv three to
harness. Purse #500; #350 to the first, $150 to
the second; five, to enter.
Second Rnce—Running—Free for ull homes
in the State: two-mile bents, best two :n three.
Puree #500; t».150 to the first, #1.50 to the second;
three to enter.
All trotting races to be governed by the rules
ofthe National Turf Congress, and all run
ning races to lie governed by the rules of the
Sacminento Htate Agriculturul Society, unless
otherwise specified. Fair to commence on
Monday, the 10th day of November, to con
tinue six days. All entries to t*> made to Uie
secretary hy the Ist day of Oetolier.lO percent,
of all purees to accompany the entry. In ra*e
of walk-over, the horse shall he entitled to all
entrance money only. When two horses only
start, the third money shall be returned to the
Society. A horse distancing the field shall la
entitled to nil the money. Judges shall have
the right to call up v second or third race, and
have It come off Ind ween the hi-nhi oftbe flref.
Tlie Society reserves tlie right to w Ithdraw
any purse, If it believes that mere will he no
All the privileges ofthe district, ?lneludlnjt
entries for premium* and purses, are extend
ed to Inyo and Ventura countries. ocS
pUBTJSHED BY E. F. TEODOLJ.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOCTHKHN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday nnd Saturday
morning*, uitiee in Temple's New Hlock,
Spring street, opposite tin- I ou i l-hoii-e.
It hn* a large circulation ln the State of Cul
itornia, the Eastern State*, l.oiiisiaUH, .Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
aud South America, und Spain.
commend* Itselt to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring tbeir business before Ihe Buau
ish-spenking people and numerous population
of different nationalities, on the Pucinc Coast.
Advertising Bates Very ■SmmsmSM*.
SrnsoKiPTloNS—One Year, SS; Six Months,
_W Ml; Three Months, ML ocatWg.
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE Xl LLiAftb
SALOON, run by F. HIGNoRET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who lias been In atteudanee since IMW. Hi
welcome* all hi* old customers und pleases
the new one*.
The HKHT RARBKR SHOP In the city I*
with this establishment, clean towels, care
ful employees. oc-vlm
NEW YORK BREWERY,
The CLEAREST, PUREST nnd MOST BRIL
-1.1 ANL EAGER BEER South of
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery du
ties competition In the State. 0c.5-ifnilp
K. BF.ItTIION, F. V. C MOMMUN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST and.BEST
Havana Cigars, and keep on hand
flu-wine mid Smoking Tobacco,
Pipe*, Cigarrito* and Fancy Article*.
Main Rt., next door to W. F. A Co's Express.