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VOLUME I.
Is Published every morning except Monday,
THE HERALD I'HIVI INU COMPANY,
OFFICE Herald Meant Book and Jon
I'riiitiiiK House, Spring street, opposite the
Court House.
TERMS:
Per annum, by mail or express «ln
sk months " " i;
Three months 11 •< • :i
Vjjyered by carriers, per week 2a cents
Advertisements inserted nt liberal rates.
LETTER FROM SOLEDAD.
PHIZANO, Los Angeles County, 1
October, 17th, 1878. /
Editok Herald:—Phlxano In v
new name for "Soledad." There being
two places already in the Stute l>y the
latter name, it became necessary to
seek a new one for this. It owes its
paternity to Bride Grimes, of Ven
tura, and is located in "Soledad Pass"
12 miles from its commencement at
the Desert, and 9 miles from its ter
mination at Lang's.
Where I'hizmio Is.
It is in Los Angeles county >>~ miles
from Los Angeles by wagon roail, and
05 from Ventura. This "Pass" forms
the easiest route of communication
between the Desert and the coast. All
the CetTO Gordo teams now pass
through it on their way from the
mines to Los Angeles. There are no
objectionable hills to overcome, and
only occasional sandy places in the
dry river bed, that prove troublesome
at all. Very little timber is found in
the immediate pass, but the anoyos
that lead in from behind mountain
sneers, are said to be furnished with
pine of good quality, rows of which
can be seen, also, on the crests of the
mountains. The mountains are gener
ally composed of granite, which iti
many instances has decayed to such
an extent as to furnish soil sufficient
to cover them deeply in places, often
to their very tops. Considerable clay
is mingled" with this soil, and sage,
grease wood, and sometimes cedar
take root and grow in scattered
bunches clear up to (heir summits.
"Mount Gleason" is the highest point.
It is 6,70(1 feet above the sea, ami 4,800
feet above the Phizano. There is
A Ntrenm of Fine Wnter
Issuing from springs above, and at
this point, that supplies most ofthe
pass below. Around these springs is
a beautiful cienega with trees and
vines, so rarely found in this climate,
that the day is not distant when it will
be sought by invalids, whose enerva
ted systems'fail to receive benefit from
the moist atmosphere of the coast.
Fogs seldom reach here—but they
sometimes rest on the top of Mount
(lleason or scud along the whole range,
growing thinner and lighter as they
pass on toward the desert. Average
mean temperature for September 71°
—first half of October 08°. Prevailing
winds from the west. No rain—lirst
frost on the morning of the loth inst.
The Town of l'hlzano.
This is but a small town yet, not
more than lo buildings in all, many
of which are unoccupied. A few
years since there was great excite
ment about mines near here, and a
miner's town of about 1,000 inhabit
ants sprung into existence under the
magic influence of gold and silver.
A few fragments of chimneys, and a
rank growth of weeds, are all that
mark the site of "Ravena." Two idle
uuartz mills.in good repair, are still
standing a short distance below, but
the pass so recently alive with active
business, has lapsed into a state of re
pose and silence so profound, that it
may justly cling to its appropriate
name of "Soledad Pass." The only
variation consists in the travel through
it, not from industries of its own.
Fceliug an interest in your new paper
which really rivals those of our old
est cities, I have spent an hour in giv
ing you a practical description of a
liortion of your county, Which may
>c new to some of your readers.
' A Scrsc'riukr.
Vineyards.
The present success and prosperous
development of the grape growing bu
siness in California, are of great im
portance to the people of this State,
and to the nation at large. In other
countries, where the vine is extensive
ly cultivated, an average crop insures
prosperity. Not so, however, in Cali
fornia. There, where a plenteous vint
age is the rule and not the exception,
the business languishes, and the labor
er is unrewarded. For this there must
be a cause, and this cause should be
removed.
Under the existing laws concerning
stills, and the making of spirits, the
extensive cultivation of the grape can
not prove .remunerative. The great
bulk of the grape crop must be con
verted into wine or brandy. It cannot
be converted into food for mankind, or
fed to animals and changed into meat.
Wine will not become a popular
beverage, unless it be good ami cheap.
Good wine cannot be made and sold at
a low price, unless the inferior grapes,
the pomice, the lees and bad wines of
the vintage can be profitably convert
ed into brandy.
There is no sound reason why the
same tax should be assessed upon a
gallon of grape brandy made, as it is,
out of materials that have no value,
and which cannot be made to answer
any other beneficial purpose, as is as
sessed upon a gallon of grain spirits,
which is made out of materials that
are valuable, and the conversion of
which into spirits, tends directly to in
crease the price of bread and meal
throughout the country.
Let the grape growers of California
make one united prayer to Congress
for the removal of the tax upon grape
brandy, and if successful, they may
not be forced to root up their vines and
devote their vineyard land to other
purposes.
If Congress desires the cultivation
of the grape for wine-making purposes,
it must abolish the tax upon grape
brandy, or its desires will not be real
ized. ViD.
WANTED —IN ALL NEIGH
BORING! TOWNH, n good local can
vasstr and correspondent for 111* HSIIAU&
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Pacific Coast News.
A new bank hns been established at
Hollister.
The Sutro tunnel has been mort
gage for $8,000,000.
A new irrigating and mining canal
is being surveyed in Amador county.
The forty-third volume of Califor
nia Reports are in the hands of tho
binder.
Corlnne shipped 800,000 pounds of
apples to Montana between the 10th
of September and 10th of October.
The Independent has lost its grip
in San Joaquin county. McKinstry's
majority forjudge is about 880,
The Utah Southern Railroad will be
completed to Provo by the first of
November, If the contractors don't
fail to come to time.
The pools in Linn city, Oregon, were
not open last election day, owing to
the fact, that one of the judges was in
the penitentiary, and no one was pre
sent to lake his place.
A special election will be held in
Solatia County for County Judge, as
the vote between Gregory, Democrat,
and Powers, Republican, candidates
for the position, was a tie.
The official vote id" San Luis
Obispo county is as follows: McKin
stry, 355; McKee, 175: Dwinelle, 125,
Brunson, |127. McKinstry's majority
over McKee and Dwinelle is 81.
The Santa Barbara Index is out In a
long letter urging and demanding
the resignation of Judge De la Guerru.
He has been for a long time unable to
attend to the duties of his office, and
should give heed to this demand.
The De Youngs of the San Francisco
Chronicle, advertise that they are not
in any manner connected with G.
De Young, a brother who publishes the
Pacific Coast Commercial Directory.
GUs. also Informs the public that he
has no connection with the Chronicle.
The ratio of increase in the popula
tion of Washington territory during the
last three years has been over 30 per
cent. The territory contains 8,127
farms, of an aggregate acreage of
192,016 acres, and 457,128 acres unim
proved lands, all valued at 88,978^841.
Following are the officers of the
Oregon State Grange, elected October
12th: President, W. F. Alexander;
Vice-President, Jas.Tatum; Secretary,
A. W. Stanard; Treasurer, C. P. Bark
hart ; Trustees, P. Shedd and F. Pow
ell; Gate Keeper, Elias Fanning;
Agent, J. B. Stuinn.
During the past two years there
have been taken by homestead and
pre-emption claimants at the Olympia
Land Office, 524 homesteads and 1,537
pre-emptions; at the Vancouver Land
Office, 261 homesteads and 156 pre
emptions; and at the Walla Walla
Land Office, R)0 homesteads and 617
pre-emptions — making a total in
Washington territory of 6,385 claims
within the two years.
"Charles Maclay, late Senator from
Santa Clara county, Is about to shake
the dust of Santa Clara from bis feet,
and depart for the south. He will
visit all the southern coast counties,
and if he does not find anything to
suit him there, will go to* Arizona.
He is in search of a ranch of fifty
thousand acres. Several other resi
dets of Santa Clara will accompany
him, and join in any new enterprise
which may promise to be profitable."
—[Pacific Coast.
B A RBERS—BATH HOUSES.
GEORGE REINECKE.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOING, BATHS, ETC,
This establishment has Just been refitted,
and, after having engaged the hest Barbara In
theeity, I respectfully solicit custom front all
who want work executed in the hest style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS« special
ty, and has the finest set of Hat h Hootns in the
city, gar rndcrihc Bella Union, oei-lmlp
TONSORIAL PALACE
SAM. JONES,
PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 7X
Main street oc2tl-lp
PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOTES' AND
under the " Express " ottlce, TEMI'EE
BLOCK.
As Prof. Green has the hest available assist
ants to be procured in the state,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Shampooing
Will be performed In the best, style of the ton
sorial art. oc.Vlm
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
L. LICHTENBERGER,
(Successor to Roeder A Lichtenberger),
jy£ANUFA(TURER OF
Wagons, Buggies. Carriages. Etc.
113, 145 and Iff Mailt street, Isw Angeles,
Very respect fully solicits the patronuge of
the public iv his line of business. All ve
hicles built ofthe BEST MATERIAL. An
extensive
HLACKSMITH HIIOI*
is connected with the establishment, where
all kinds of Blacksmlthlng will be done to
order.
HKPAIHINU
Done with dispatch, nnd with n view of giving
satisfaction to patrons.
All WoVMI Warranted.
oc7-lmlp
PAGE & GRAVEL'S"
New Carriage Shop.
OU R YVOR X IS VN E -
(ptaied by any done on tin- Pa- SL£=--£Z—
citic Coast.
Alter our excerlcnce In the best shops In the
Eastern Stales, and our experience, on this
coast, we nre enabled to fulfil whnt we ad
vertise..
ALL MATERIALS TISED ARE THE BEST
THE MARKET AFFORDS.
n». Repairs done neatly and with dispatch,
All work done here Is warrnuted.
Prices Moderate. Call and sec. "»«
Corner Los Angeles and Requena
o«l<j Streets, Los Angeles. LUnlp
HENRY BUDDEN.
PIANO-FORTE TUNER, REGU
LATOR AND REPAIRER.
Or«niiH and Mclodcons Adjusted.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Rekkkknces—Brodrlek's Store; Editor Hkk-
AI.II. <* ,2, "P
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1873.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE—No, ii Downey's Block,up-stairs.
nc2-t I
DR. A. S. SHORB,
THTOMOSOPAtHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE- Nearly opposite tin- Post Office,
RESIDENCE No. U Franklin sheet.
oc2-tf
DR. H. S. ORME,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- In Lanfranco's
Building, No. 7i .Main itreeL
Office Hours from in a. m. to i p. m., and
from a to :t p. M. nog-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
office and RESIDENCE—In Hetnseh's
Block, Commercial ami Los Angeles streets,
»!}■• Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE A NO BAR. oc.'-ti
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
J JOMIEOPATHIST.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street,
opposjtrjjtieMayor's ottice. ociHptf
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
\f E CHAN IC AL, OPER AT IV E
-C»l AND BURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE—TfI Sprint; street, next to Fire En
gine House. ocMf
DR. A. LCEBEL,
SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST,
NO. 21 FOURTH STREET.
Corns. Bunions and Ingrowing Nails.
cured without Knives, Files or Acids. Moder
ate charges and satisfaction guaranteed,
oo 13m I
HEN RY f. HAZAR D,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
EOS ANGELES, CAE.
special attention given to business in
the I'nited States Lund Office. 0.-_'-tt
.1. it. M CONNKLL. A..t. KINO,
McCONNELL & KING,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW.
Downey's Block, Main st., Los Angeles,
oelStf
A. BRUNSON,
A TTORNEY AT LAW.
Okkick—Rooms 2s and 29, Temple's new
building, Eos Angeles. colStf
A. oi.asski.l, <;. it. SMITH,
A. M. CHAPMAN. n. M. smith.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN&SMITH.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up.-stairs, Log
Angeles, California. oc.'-tl
JAMES G. HOWARD,
A TTORNEY AT LAW
— AND—
COURT COMMISSION Eli,
Downey's Block, Eos Angeles. neSHf
M. WHALING,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE No. IS Downey Block Lou Angeles,
< i c 2-1 in
CIIAKI.FS I.INDI.KV. J, S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room No. 8, Downey P.lock. oc2
W. 1.. MARSHALL. WILL O. GOULD,
MARSHALL & GOULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
ih ami id Tempi)- Block, Eos Angeles, Cal.
Will practice in all the Courts ol this State,
nnd attend to business in I', s. Land Office.
LEW. G. CABANIS,
XTOTARY PUR LIC, CONVEY
sneer and Searcher of Records for this
County.
OFFICE—No, 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, California. oc2-tl
V.I. HOWARD & SONS,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
TEMI'EE BLOCK, LOB ANGELES.
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A. A. WILSON,
A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE -Room No. ii. Temple Block, Eos
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
A. 11. JIM ISO N. .1. W. Ol LI. KTT ft
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
AND CONVEY A N CEI 18.
TEMI'EE BLOCK, Eos ANGELES,
oc2-lm
Q. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block, Eos Angeles. California.
m-muxky to Loan. oc3-tf
CHAS. E. MILES.
HYDRAULIC ENGINEER,
LOB ANGELES, CAL.
Rkkkiis to—Dr. J. s. Griffin, J. a. Downey,
E. H. Titos, Gen. I. Banning, I. W. Bellman,
A. Olllsscll.
The introduction of water into Cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for mnking sheet iron pipes, nt my shop, or
where desired, on the most favorable terms.
oc.'l-lin
N. B. WHITFIELD,
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL AGENT. Particular atten
tion paid to the purchase und sale of sheep.
Office with J. 1 .Ward A Co. oeS-lpltn
Everybody knows the old Man
SIGNOHET.
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
HAEOON, run by F. SIONORET.
Best Cigars,
Choicest Liquors,
Excellent Tables,
Commodious Room.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been in attendance since ISM. He
welcomes all his old customers and pleases
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP in the city Is
with this establishment. Clean towels, cure
nil employees. oco-lm
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, Cnllfornlu.
OPSIN at ALL HOI HS.
B>#-The choicest delicacies, of the Best Mar
kets ulways on the Bill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS) AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. .lAS. MEN ROE A CO.,
„c2-iui • Proprietor*.
FORWARDING 4tCOM MISSION.
J. L. WARD & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
—AND—
Manufacturers Agents.
; AMENTA PO*.
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO;
COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed SI 1.000.000
BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER;
BAKER & HAM I TON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY:
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WACON;
SWAN BREWEHY CO.'S ALE AND FOHIER.
oc2-lmlp
HELLMAN. HAAS & CO.
FORWARDING
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest imported Brands.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
li and 16 i.os Angeles and Commercial sis.,
ocS] LOS ANGELES, [InHp
SIMON LEVY,"
(tOM M IS SIO NME It C HAN T.
Vj General dealer iv all kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCTIONS,
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to nil
parti ofthe l ulled States. Nos. 21 and 'M
Aliso St., Los ANGELES. ocVlylp
———t
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Posls, ShakoH,
PLASTER PARIS,
CEMENT ATMI> HAIR.
t
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets.
oCHinlp
PERRY, WOOOWORTH & CO ,
T UMBER YARDS
I J AND PLANING MILLS.
NO. 7«l COMMERCIAI, ST.
Keep constantly on hand n full assortment
of LUMBER, Doors, SASH, MOULDINGS,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work done to order. oc2
GRIFFITH. LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IX LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds.
—seen as—
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
oc'-lmlp
11. r. U'll.KV. I). M, KKKItY.
WILEY & BERRY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
—AMP
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. BS MAIN STREET, I.OS ANGELES
oc'-lmlp
MALONEY & FENNESSEY.
\Y r AGON-M AKI NO, BLAC K
TT SMITHING AND HORSE-SHOEINIi
20 and 22 Aliso Street.
Manufacturers of Carriages, Buggies,
ami wagons of ail kinds, ah orders promptly
attendee to. ocf-4jptf
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
No. is ai.iso snti i i.
HENRY W. STOLL, PROPRIETOR.
Supplies Bar Rooms and private fami
lies with the purest nnd hest
NOB A AMI N A UNA l> Alt 11.1, A,
Delivered to any part of the city. oc'2-lin _.
J. L. WARD & CO.
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS,
—REPRESKNTINO—
Baker & Hamilton's
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
—AND—
1> 1<:!
STAR MOLINE PLOW;
BAXTER UPRIGHT ENGINES!
AMES PORTABLE ENGINES:
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON.
sjbbb Illustrated Catalogues, with prises, can
be bad by application al out office, ocu-im
PELICAN SALOON,
Sprint/ Street, opposite the Post Office,
DAVE MAI N~H A S RETIRED
from the Judicial contest, In order to de
vote his time to more classical pursuits.
Floating down the stream of life placidly,
with bald-headed old GEORGE DA KIN, they
will lv conjunction prepare the following
nifty drinks:
The Alnmuxoozler,
Tlie I'iir iroiil,
The M potion her hriz.
The Brix Vi-onml the Corner.
The CHOICEST WINES, LIQCoRS AND
ClOARS.always on hand. oc2-lin
SAM. BERCE,
Bill Poster and Distributer.
MANDRILLS, CIRCULARS. Pro
grammes, notices, Etc. faithfully
POSTED OR DISTRIBUTED throughout the
city mid country.
N. B—Parties at a distance cun send any
thing they wish posted or diHtrihuted In tho
city or surrounding Country, with assurance
Hint the work will l>e faithfully done.
Orders may be left at the oftice of the Daily
Hkrall). SAM. BEKGE,
oc2-tf Los Angeles.
MISCELLANEOUS.
* RK F V BLI CJ
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF CHICAUO, ILLINOIS.
Cash Capital, . 81,000,000
Branches in all tiie KMSJSeSSf the In lon.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
the organisation of our
Pmoifto XSi-mioli.
We take pleasure in announcing that our Pa
cific CoOStStockholders have elected the 101
-lnwlog well-known cltlsens as officers of our
PACIFIC BRANCH:
President:
OLIVER ;eldhidge.
Vice- Presitlents:
TIKIS. A. HALL, WM. It. WHEATON
A. L GURNET Secretary pro tern
.lAS. T. BOYD Attorney
THOS. BROWN Treasurer
( HAS. BI'RRELL Medical Examiner
IBxecutlVt Ctimmittee:
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE,
.1 AS. T. BOYD, GEO. W. BEAVER,
('HAS. BI'RRELL, THOS. BELL,
E. B. PERRIN.
Directors:
OLIVER EI.DREDGE.LELAND STANFORD
GEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. BROWN,
N. G. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MILDER, THOS. H. SELBY,
J AS. T. BOYD, R. F. MORROW,
C. 1. BRENHAM, S. P.BUTTERWORTH
M. i). SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON,
I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRI.ING,
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
lOS. A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON,
THOS. BELL, E. B. PERRIN,
C. T. RYLAND, WM. L. DICKENSON
WM. S. LADD.
THE
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Was Chartered by special act of the Legisla
ture ot the State of Illinois, and commenced
doing business in July, 1871), muklng It now
just three years old. Its i .lan of organifation
was to have
$5,0 0 0,00 0 Capital Hlock,
with twenty percent, paid in,and the balance
subject to cull. With BRANCH ORGANIZA-
Tit INS of stockholders In the leading business
centers of the country, composed of the best
business men—thus making a Company of
National extent and prestige, and yet ti
lIOMK COMPANY AT EACH BRANCH.
The Company at Ibis date has policies in
force covering over *i">,IHKi,OIHI of risks, with tin
a ii nun I Income of over
#1,000,000,
ALL ASSETS OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON THIS COAST.
Capital Stock of Pacific Brunch,
over I .KKI.OOO Ml
Invested in Mortgages on Real Es
tate In California, during the last
four Months, over 160,680 no
.12S Policies Issued nt Pacific Branch
dmini; same period, Insuring IJH&,180 00
ChargPM lor Insurance 25 per Cent.
Less llihii Mutual Companies.
tup: RSPUBLIC
Does not borrow THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the same at
some IN DEFINITE Itilure period and CALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In presenting the claims of THE ItEPt'B
LIC to the patronage of the people of this
Coast, we shall at all times nlm to be gov
erned by sound business considerations, nnd n
due regard for the rights und merits of com
peting com pa nles,
OFFICE OF TIIE PACIFIC BRANCH,
NO. UT (' A I.IFII It NI A STREET.
BelOW Sunsome Street.
oe2.llialp
STOLEN HORSES
T HAVE THE FOLLOWING DE-
A. scribed horses in my possession nt Ste
phens'corral, taken from Tlburcio Vasques'i
hand of robbers. (twners can have their stock
by proving property and paylngeharges:
Two American work mafe's, one sorrel and
one brown, branded F willrn hull circle at the
bottom.
One large sorrel work hose, hands high,
branded S tl.
One sorrel horse, having collar and saddle
marks, blase In luce, left fore foot and left
hind loot white, branded J K.
One sorrel horse supposed lo boa hull-breed,
with collar and saddle-marks, fore feet white,
strip In forehead; brund, two inverted Js With
s underneath.
One rnoro saddle-horse, bald face, all feet
white,branded and vented with letter o, und
also branded with letter A with hull' circle on
top.
One large iron-gray horse, branded M 0 and
figures 20.
One Spanish saddle or work mare with colt,
branded M E, and ulso J A L>
One light gray saddle-horse, branded J with
half circle.
One dun mare, white mane und tall, brand
ed 1 R and J G, Mid also J A L.
One bluck mare, branded I with halt circle
nt top and bottom, and J A L.
One bay mare and yearling colt, branded J
A I*
One dun mar* and nut-king colt, brnnded A
with o on top.
One yearling dun colt, brnnded J A I»
WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff.
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LA CRONICA,
pi RLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOI'TIIERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesdny nnd Saturday
mornings. Ottiee in Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It has n large circulation In the Stale of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Lonlsiunn, Mexico,
nnd Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
and South America, nnd Spain.
"•I jR C^i'onion,'"'
commends Itself to the Advertisers who mny
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people nnd numerous population
of dill'crcut nationalities, on the Pacific Coast.
AtlvprtlHina; Bates Very Reasonable.
siMiseitliTioNS—One Year, $«; Six Months,
$11 atl; Three Months, $2. oc2t!4p
ANDREW JOUCHIN.
NO. 34 ALISO STREET—MANU
FACTURER of
Wngons, CnrrirtKen t T*uurU-m. etc.
Horse-shoeing, machine smithing ami black
sinlthingof nil kinds done In Ihe most work
manlike manner.
SECOND-HAND WAGONS
bought and sold, nnd always on hnnd. Orders
promptly attended to. ocl2mlpl
EDUCATIONAL.
SPANM
TiENSO> r N.
TNSTRTCTION IN FRENCH AND
JL SPANISH will be given to classes in the
afternoons or evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
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To a (lass of five or less, per lesson $2 00
To a class ol any number over five, per
lesson $3 00
For further particulars, Inquire at the office
of the Los Angki.es Herald, of Dudley a
Thompson, or a! the Pico House.
TESTIMONIALS :
University of California, "i
pkpa htm f.nt of la novagks. !-
Oakland, July 11, 1H72. J
Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Dud
ley has been a student in my department of
the t'nlversltv for five consecutive terms, viz:
fioni September, IK7O, to April 3d, 1K72. During
this time she studied the French, the Spnnish
and the German lunguages, obtaining always
the highest marks for proficiency and attend
ance, her average credit murk for five terms
being t»7 per cent.
On entering the University, Miss Lindley
Possessed already such knowledge of the
Tench and Spnnish idioms as to be able to
speak them with ease, fluency, correctness,
and v pure pronunciation.
site mny now be considered thoroughly fn
ntillnr with the theory nnd philosophy, as well
as with the npplieatlon of these two tongues;
aud she may safely be recommended as a can
didate of great promise, for teuchlng the
French and Spanish languages.
P. PIODA, 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 Geology nnd
Natural History, (Botany and Physical Geolo
gy,) Belles Lettres, (English Literature, Histo
ry, Ancient and Modern,) Chemistry, .Modern
Languages, (French and Spanish.)
Henry Durant, President of University; E.
S. Carr, Prof. Chemistry; P. Piodn, Modern
Languages: Joseph Ls Conte, Professor of Ge
ology nnd Natural History; William Swlnton,
Prolessor of Belles Lettres; Martin Kellogg,
Dean of the Faculty. oc2-tf
LAWLOR INSTITUTE
ItlH Main Si reel, I.os Allg;clcs.
THE SEVP"N'rH~HEMI-ANNUAL
Session of this
S E L c otdayi oh O O L,
In which girls and boys receive a useful,
practical andro.Mei.KTE English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1573.
TERMS PER MONTH:
English Studios, Including the ordinary
School Branches, aud Double-Entry
Book-Keeping and Algebra '.. $5 00
Primary Geography, Second und Third
Readers 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes 3 00
EXT RAN.
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month $2 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Dmgungos, will be connected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, apply to Ihe under
signed, at the School Building.
ocSml W. B. LAWLOR, Principal.
The Southern California
JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE,
r\ O M POB EI) O F SANTA BAR
VJ BARA, KERN, VENTURA, SAN BER
NARDINO, SAN DIEGO and LOS ANGELES
counties, will meet In the new High Schisd
building, Los Angeles city, on
Monday, November 3, 1873,
and remain in session fourdnys.
Section 1500, Political Code says: " When
ever the number of School Districts in any
county is ten or more, the School Superinten
dent must hold ut least one Teachers' Insti
tute In each year, and every teacher employed
lv n public school In the county must attend
such Institute."
All the Public School Teachers nre particu
larly required to attend. Private Teachers,
Trustees and the public genera.lv are invited
to be present. W. M. McFADDEN,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Anaheim, Oct. 7, 15.73. ocllMd
[star copy.]
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
T ESSONS IN THE FRENCH
and Spnnish lunguages will be given toclasses
or In private, commencing on
WEDNENII.t Y. OCTOREH 1, \Wt%,
TKRMS OF TUITION:
Private lessons $ 1 00 each
Twenty lessons 15 (Hi
Lessons to any number of pupils
over five,lor one month, three les
sons every week,each pupil 2 oo
French und Npunish'Schnol for children ev
ery day iSaturdays excepted) nt 4 o'clock P.
M, TtJlTii >N, see month, $3.
For further particulars, Inquire nt No. 107
Main street. Translation of Fkknch, Span
ish and EnOi.ish. F. V. C. tit MuNDRAN.
OC--1 111 I [I
Drawing and Painting.
tnstrittionTnckay'on, pen
-1 CIL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
In Coloring with India Ink and Water Colors,
and in
O IL PAINT) N «,
given at Hillside Cottage, hack ot tbe new
■ChOOl-bouse. MRS. LU WHEAT SMITH.
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LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
LOS ANGELES
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH AN D SPRINU STS.
Grain, Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON lIAND.
ALSO,
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
With city Water Throughout,
OarHORSES, MULES, WAGONS and CAR
RIAGES bought and sold, and Horses and
Carriages to let by the day or week.
Teamsters accommodated as usual on the
most liberal terms. oc7-lmlp
~N. H. MITCHELL'S
Pioneer Livery. Sale and Feed Stables,
CENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
Poplar Row, ANAIIKIM.
The very best accommodations for visitors
nnd travellers.
Gentle StitUllc Ilor&es
constantly on hand, and furnished at shortest
notice. oclltf
ALISO FEED & SALE STABLE
JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
• COR. ALAMEDA A ALISO STS.
Adjoining M. Keller's.
HAY At FEED
always on hand.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc
bought and sold. oc7-lptf
Campbell's New Stables.
~XJO. 47 ALISO STREET.
HORSES BOARDED *JV—
the Day, Week or Month-Apy
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
FOR SALE OR HIRE,
THE BEST OF FEED
oc23mlpl CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
NUMBER 22.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
J. STRELITZ,
MERCHANT TAlLOR
siaix ST., near WELI-S.FARaO A Co
Makes the most fashionable style of
CLOT II I TV O
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
v large slock of the
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet
nnd Silk Vestings, etc. A fit guaranteed.
Refers to the principnl gentlemen of tnecliy
for whom he bus mnde clothing.
No necessity to «end to Sun Francisco for
good fitting suits. ncgtMn
ADAM & NELSON,
Merchant Tailors,
HAVING ESTABLISHED THEM
selves at the old stand of
1,. Peter, opposite the Powl-Oltice.
SPRING STREET, are prepared to fill ALL
ORDERS in the
Latest & Most Fashionable Styles.
A fine ussortment of
Cassimeres. Vestings,
And everything In the line n I ways on hand.
a®" A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED IN ATI.
CASES. Give us it Call, od'-lmlp
i. hauchT
MERCHANT TAILOR.
NO. « COMMERCIAL STREET.
All the LATEST STYLES received by evet v
steamer, and made up In the latest. styiesnrnt
most suitable manner,and on the most rea
sonable terms.
UA>CALL AND EXAMINE Ihese goods,
before giving your orders. ocltimlpl
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
Agricultural Society's
FALL MEETING.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday,
Nov. 10,1 1, 12, 13, 14 and 16.
SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME!
FIVE DAYS' HACirVG
-AND-
Stock Parades and Exhibitions,
And one whole day devoted to
LAITY EQUESTRIANISM,
AND OTHER RIGHTS.
FIRST DAY.
First Race—Trotting—For horses that are
owned In the district nt this dale, that have
never beaten three minutes. Mile heats; best
three in five to harness—purse of $300; $200 to
the first horse, nnd $100 lo the second; five or
more to enter.
Second Race—Running rnce of a mile dash,
for all two-year olds owned and raised in this
district. Purse of $3011; f2Oll to first and $11)0 lo
second; five or more to enter.
Third Race—Running— Free for nil Callior
nln or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch
weights. Purse $150; $100 tothe first and $50 to
the second; five or more to enter.
SECOND DAY.
First Race—Gentlemen's Saddle Race—Sin
gle dush of one mile; to carry not less than
150 pounds; ench owner to ride his own hone,
with colors, iweight to be understood to com
prise saddle and rider, nnd not Include whip
and bridle,) and each riiier to be over 19 years
old. Purse of $.100; $200 to first and 4100 to tbe
second horse; five to enter. g». <
Second Race—Running—Free for all three
year olds bred nnd raised, and owned nt this
(isAeln the district; mile heals, best two In
three. Purse of $300; $200 to first louse, $100 to
second; five to enter.
Third Race-Trotting— Free for nil three-year
olds In the State; mile heats, best two In three
lo harness. Purse $100; $100 to first, «5o to sec
ond; three to entpr.
THIRD PAY.
First Rnce-Trotting—Free for all horses In
the State; tulle heats, best three in five to har
ness. Purse of $3110; $200 to first, $100 to sec
ond; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for nil horses
in the State: mile heats, hest three In five.
Purse |«0S; WW to first, $100 to second; three or
more to enter.
FOURTH PAY.
First Race—Running—Five mile dnsh; free
for all horses owned lv this district at this
date; catch weights—bar Irene and Phil.Sher
idan—purse of $250; $175t0 the first, and $75 to
the second; five to enter.
Second Race—Trotting Purse—Free for all
horses In the state; mile heats, best three lv
five to wagons; owners to drive, nnd all pro
fessional drivers to be excluded. Purse BOO;
$175 to first, $75 to second, andssolo third; fixe
to enter.
FIFTH DAY.
Set apart forthe exhibition of stock nnd the
awarding of premiums,
At one o'clock on this day there will be a
grand exhibition of lady equestrianism. This
contest will be open to all ladies and missc,
who must each be accompanied by an escort
on the day of the contest. Entries* free for all,
and to be mnde to the Secretary on or before
the 15th of October. The entry consists of
the name uf the lady contestant, and tin,
name or description ofthe animal, If con
venient—the name of the rider certain. The
contest will be divided into two parts -grace
ful riding and daring equestrianism. Ladles
who took prizes last year are Ineligible. There
will be ten or more lUblttantlnl and elegant
premiums, to be named hereafter. There will
be no horse or foot-racing on I his day, ami the
admission will be the same as usual.
SIXTH DAY.
First Race—Trotting—Free for nil horses In
the State; two-mile heats, liest two lv three lo
harness. Pursessoo; #350t0 the first, $150 to
the second; five to enter.
Second Race—Running—Free for all horses
in the State; two-mile heats, best two ;n three.
Purse $500; $350 to the first, $150 to the second;
three to enter.
All trotting races to be governed by the rules
of the National Turf Congress, and all run
ning races to be governed by the rules ofthe
Sacramento State Agricultural Society, unless
otherwise specified. Fair to commence on
Monday, the loth day of November, to con
tinue six days. All entries to be made to the
secretary by the Ist day of October,lo per cent,
of all purses to accompany the entry. In case
of walk-over, the horse shall bo entitled toall
entrance money only. When two horses only
sturt, the third money shall be returned lo the
Society. A horse distancing the field shall be
entitled to all the money. Judges shall have
the right to call up a second or tltlrd rnce, and
have It come off between the heats of the first.
The Society reserves the right to withdraw
nny purse, if It believes that there will be no
contest.
All the privileges ofthe district, rinclndlng
entries for premiums und purses, are extend
ed to Inyo and \ cut urn countries. oc2
NEW YORK BREWERY,
QHRIS. HENNE, PROPRIETOR
The CLEAREST, PITREST and MOST BRIL
LIANT, LAGER BEER Mouth of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED REEK
promptly attended 10.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fles competition In the Htnte. ocs-2inlp
k. nERTiioN. r. v. c. mondran.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST AND BEST
Havana Cigars, and keep on hand
Cbewing and Smoking Tobacco
Pipes, Clgarrltos and Fancy Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. A Go's Express.
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