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A SUGGESTION ABOUT DAIRIES.
Editor Herald: In your Issue of
the 23d ult. was published an able ar
ticle entitled "Lot Angeles County—
its Resources, etc." While fully coin
ciding with the writer us regards said
resources, [ wish to call attention to
what I believe is destined to become,
sooner or later, one of the leading in
terests of .Southern California. I refer
to dairying) OT the establishment of
factories for the
Miiiiiila' -cure of Butter nn I tliocse,
More particularly cheese. Here we
pOMcaa unusual facilities for the estab
lishment ol* a series of factories that
will not only supply our home con
sumption of this article, but it may
become one of our leading articles of
export. At_this season of the year
fanners And no difficulty in disposing
of most of the products of the farm,
but in the spring and summer it is
different, ami it is with the utmost
difficulty that they are able to dispose
of their little dairy products. Many
are compelled to take it out in trade
at the various stores. Let us glance
at the results. A. and B. are mer
chants doing business, say in Los An
geles city (for that is the point from
which business radiates in thiscounty);
C. and D. are farmers, who trade with
A. and Jl. because hy so doing they
can dispose of their dairy products.
The obliging merchants take their
butter at the lowest possible market
rates, say 18 or'2o cents per pound, and
pay for it in goods at the highest pos
sible price, thereby satisfying an old
maxim, "Make all you can, etc.;"
then in turn selling the butter at a
price that would make them a hand
some profit, without the prolit on the
goods which paid for it.
Thus the producer loses at least one
profit Or if he furnished it direct to
the consumer, he would be enabled to
hold both, while the merchant now
makes a double profit on the goods
sold. This "pen picture" is not over
drawn. I have known of a great
many similar instances during the
past 'year. Again, the climate in
many" parts of Southern California is
too warm for the successful manufac
ture of butter, and our little market is
overstocked with an inferior article.
The difficulties of
Forwarding it to Nau Franrl«co,
or some more active market than our
own, are too great to be easily over
come; or if they were not, the extra
charges for transportation, added to
wharfage, drayage and commission,
would leave nothing for the producer.
Dairying in this State has long been
attended with great pecuniary success.
Our large "grants" and the low price
of land has enabled many of our dairy
men to amass wealth. Rut as our
agricultural interests are developed,
the price of land increase; and our
railroad connections with the East
enables competitors there to fill our
markets with their products, thus re
ducing the prices to scarcely remuner
ative figures. Thus our old system of
dairying is rapidly passing into decay,
and'that, too, before it has reached
(to any extent) the southern part of
our State; and we must build again
upon its ruins a system that is not a
theory, but a mooettfvl practice.
It now remains for the people of Los
Angeles County to take the initiative
iv the matter, and develope a resource
that may easily assume no diminutive
In order to present this subject more
directly before the people, it would
perhaps be well to enter into details as
to the plan by which this work is to
Factory, or Ass dated Dairy By stem
First began to attract attention about
the year 1864. Although a few facto
ries were In operation in the State of
New York as early as 1850, the num
ber of cheese factories in that State at
the commencement of the season of
1860 was 500. In the year 1851 there
was erected 1; in 185!), 4; in 1860, 17;
in 1866, 120; being the maximum for
any one year, for any State. The sys
tem has been carried over a considera
ble portion of the United States, and
the Canadas.. It is largely adopted in
Ohio. It has obtained a foothold in
Wisconsin, lowa, Illinois, Kansas and
other States. It is known abroad as
the American System of Dairying,
and its peculiarities are so well adapt
ed to the genius of the people as to
give it a distinctive character of na
The disadvantages of private dairy
ing are so numerous, that I will try to
state only a few of the most promi
nent points. One of the
Inconveniences or tbe present system
that is widely felt among dairyme n(
results from the difficulty of obtaining
reliable, intelligent help, for the man
agement of the dairy. It is of course
desirable to manufacture a first-class
ehees\ one that will command the
hig' est market price; and in order to
to ,o this, all the manipulations must
be performed by skilled hands, hands
that can seldom be obtained for hire,
or if obtained, commanding compara
tively high wages. A point of great
importance in cheese making, is high
skill and perfection in manufacture.
I will not attempt to explain why
this perfection is not obtained by all.
The fact is ouly too patent that first
cluss cheese is made by a very few,
rather than by the majority of dairy
men. Even among those noted for
high skill in manufacture, the opera
tions are sometimes hurried and neg
lected. It must be so necessarily, for
it will not pay to keep extra help to
take the place of thot-e who are dis
abled through sickness, accident, or
occasional periods of farm labor re
quiring Immediate attention. All
have their tendency to hurry manipu
lations and to produce an inferior
cheese that must be sold at a corres
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
The Advantages of the Factory System
Consist of superior quality, unifor
mity, higher prices, saving, by buying
wholesale such articles as salt, band
ages, annatto boxes, etc. Another ad
vantage of this system is the relief of
dairy farmers from the care and
trouble necessary to cure and tit the
cheese for market. It would be diffi
cult to estimate this In dollars and
cents, since health enters DION largely
into the account than is generally
supposed, since the same process has
to be gone through with, whether the
quantity of milk be great or small;
and since it takes nearly the same
time for each family, when divided
among families, that It would in the
factory, it will be seen that the labor
that is divided among many, might be
performed by few upon the factory
system. Dairy farmers should take
ail these facts into account and weigh
them carefully before forming an esti
mate of the two systems.
I am satisfied that there are at least
three points in Los Angeles county
where the establishment of a
Factory Dairying Would be a Nueces*,
viz., El Monte, Los Nietos and Comp
ton, Factories are usually established
in neighborhoods of forty or more
families. Generally some person pro
poses to put up the buildings on his
own account, and to manufacture and
take care of the cheese at a llxed price
per pound, demanding a contract on
the part of the farmers to furnish the
milk of a requisite number of cows,
for a certain number of years. The
milk of about four hundred cows is the
smallest quantity that can be used by
the manufacturer (when cheese mak
ing is his sole business) to obtain a
fair living compensation for his ser
vices, while the milk of one thousand
cows can be manufactured at but little
At the three points I have men
tioned I believe the requisite number
of cows to make the system a success
could be easily obtained, and farmers
could make $400 or SSOO per year more
with comparatively little extra ex
pense. Where the families are located
close together, usually some one of the
number delivers the milk to the facto
ry; in other cases the price per year
may be stated at $1 per cow. In order
to gather some insight of the extent
of this export trade in the United
States,l will state that the exports and
sales to foreign countries during the
past voar exceeded sixty millions of
Professor X. A. Willard, in his An
nual Report to the New York State
Agricultural Society, says: "It is be
lieved there is a wide range of markets
yet unopened for the disposal of Amer
ican cheese, needing only a little en
terprise on the part of dealers for its
introduction; and when once intro
duced, it will increase steadily until a
heavy foreign demand is readied."
Great Britain alone can now take
more than our surplus. And since the
qualities of adaptation of styles to her
needs meets, year by year, greater
favor, the time can not be far distant
when America will be regarded, if she
be not already, as the great cheese pro
ducing country of the world.
Compton, Nov. 3, 1873. J. J. R.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD.
The first of October, The Uih Anoki.es Her
ald, a dally and weekly newspaper, will
make its appearance. The Dally will he a
neat and tastily printed seven-colnmn news
paper, newsy rather than literary in charac
ter. The Weekly will be a six-column, eight
page paper, and will contain the most impor
tant matter that has previously appeared iv
The Daily Herald.
It Is proposed that the Hekald shall be an
unbought advocate of every interest pertain
ing to Southern California and Arizona, and
a zealous worker In all things that shall tend
to benefit the State. In a word It will be In
close communion with the People. In Its col
umns, from time to time will be found mat
ters of Interest to tbe California Farmer, Me
chanic, Merchant, Laborer, and all classes of
Producers; and It will also contain reading
matter suited to the Home Circle.
The Herald will be an Independent Demo
cratic jonrnal and its efforts directed to sweep
ing from power and place those now misman
aging the affaire ofthe Nation. Forthe accom
pllshmcntof this end, it will hall with satisfac
tion the co-operatioa of the members of all Par
ties, believing that the prosperity, perhaps
safety, ofthe Nation depends upon Ihe success
ofa movement of this character. It is " reform
now or revolution hereafter."
The II KHAf.n will advocate State Rights and
oppose Centralization; it will encourage White
and oppose Coolie Immlgratlen. It will favor
Free Trade, and opposo Protective Tariff; it
will advocate a Greenback Currency for Call
fornia, and oppose the present dwarfing and
deadening policy which upholds the present
reinous rutes of interest aud shuts out Eastern
capital. It will advocate the People aud op
pose Monopolies, no matter what 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 ofthe 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, nnd he who
takes this money Is a thief. Believing this,
the Herald will oppose salary steals, custom
steals, land steals, railroad steals, and every
kind of steals.
Each day, the fullest Foreign and Domestic
Telegrams will be published. The aim will
Iw to supply, In this part of the State, the de
mand heretofore filled 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 (toast. It will also con
tain a full Review of the Local and Foreign
Markets, and the Trades generally, honestly
and carefully complied.
Delivered by Carriers, per month $ 1 00
« '• " per yenr 10 00
By Mall or Express, " 10 00
By Mall or Express, per year Hi CO
<« » per quarter ICO
J. M. SACNDERS, M. D. CH. F. HKINZK MVs, P. D
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
7* MAIN STREET. lA>B ANGELES.
Tbe CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. ttW Prescriptions carefully com
pounded day and night. oe2-lm2p
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1873.
LINES OF TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1H73,
trains will run as follows, leaving
WILMINGTON -7:45 A. M. ami 1 P.M.
LOS ANGEI.FS-IO A. M. ami 3:48 P. M.
Except on days of steamers' arrival and de
parture, when trains will run to connect with
Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego
trill leave Loa Angelea by the 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington With the Compa
mW Elrst-elass passenirer cars will run regu
No 4'lmrxc lor Storage to Meridian In In
JOHN MII.NKR, Agent At Los Angeles.
ocJtf E. K. HEWITT, Supt.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO,
Hi lIKIH I.E FOB NOVEMBER, MVS.
For Santa Barbara. Nan Pedro. Ana
heim Landing and Smi Dleyo.
STKAMER ORIZABA, CAR. If. J. JOHNSON,
Leaves ,Sa>i\ Arrives Baii\l#tves Mm Arrives Win
Kranrixco. \ I'eitro. Petlrn. Francism.
Nov 1 Nov 8 Nov (. Nov 8
Nov PilNov 15] Nov 18 Nov 20
Nov SBINov 27!Nov SO Dec 2
STEAM KB Moiiosoo, capt. a. ir. bOtTOt.AM,
Nov 7 Nov HINov 181 Nov 14
Nov 10 Nov 21 Nov 24 Nov 211
Dec 1 Dec 3|Dee fl|Dee 8
Gho Mohongo will call at San Simeon and
San Luis Obispo.
For San Diego and all wav ports, earn ing
OILS, ACIDS, POWDER, etc., not allowed to
be carried on passenger steamers, will leave
San Francisco November 201 h.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, M cents per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Steamerss leave San Francisco November
Ith and 10th. All call at Mazatlan, Man/nn
llloand Acapulco, and all except steamer of
November 4th, at Sun Diego.
Passage frem San Pedro, cabin, $100; steer
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave san Francisco November Ist
Through Rills of Lading signed, anil through
tickets sold to all ports on the San Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico nnd South
America, at Sun Francisco tariff rates.
To New York, cabin $106
To New York, steerage 50
To Sun Francisco, cabin 15
To San Francisco, steerage 8
Cabin plans at agent's offlee. For passage
apply to IL McLELLAN,
nol Agent for Los Angeles County.
ACENCY OF THE
Hamburg. Bremen and Stetten
Mail Steamship Companies.
BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF
the above Mail Steamship Cbmpanlai
for the Southern Coast, I am prepared to fur
nish THROUGH PASSAGE TICKETS by any
of those lines of steamers.
To and from Europe,
to New York and San Francisco at Ihe lowest
nitos. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to all parts of
<Jcn>iany, Switzerland, Austria. Frnnce
England, Sweden, Norn ay
Which will be delivered to the receiver free of
charge, at their respective houses, in any part
Also, gives DRAFTS on any part of Europe,
in sums to sail.
Collections made in any Part of
For particulars, apply to
11. FLEISHMAN, Holla Union Store,
ooStfSp Agent In Los Angelea.
T. A. CAREY'S
2 Semi-Tropical 9
£TtJ ir Nis H 113 M.
Grafted, Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon. Mexican Lime, English
Walnut, Apple, Peach,
And Genuine Lana nedoc Almond Trees
Call and examine my stock. Priced cata
logue sent free. Address Pimtofffcc Box NB,
Los Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. ii Alt KY.
HARP AND SHAMROCK
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
CHASED the above business, andlwlll
keep on hand none but the PUREST AND
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES,
EugliMh and Scotch Ales,
American Bourbon and Rye,
Havana Cigars, etc.
CEAO MILLE FAILTHE.
ocfltf 119 Mnln street. I.os Angeles.
The Napa Gang Plow.
TO THE FARMERS OF LOS
Angeles County: We call your attention
jo the new IMPROVED GANG PLOW, pa
tented by D. A. Manuel, of Napa, and adopted
by the Granges of this State. The points of
superiority are: Lightness of draft, Il being a
centre draft; a castor wheel In the rear, which
makes It turn in a space sufficient to accom
modate Its length; it has a falling pole nnd
can, by sliding, be adjusted to the driver's
weight, and removes all pressure from the
horses' necks. We only ask farmers to call
und examine for themselves,
nol HEI .LMAN, HA AH A CO.
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, California.
OPEN cit -A.jL.jL. HOURS.
Ml Tilll choicest delicacies of tho Best Mar
kets always on the Bill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. MUN ROE & CO.,
F. BERTIION. ft V. C. MONDRAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST and REST
Havana Cigars, and keep on hand
Chewing nnd Hm filing Tobacco
Pipes, Clgarrltos and Fancy Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. A Co's Express.
~l7ght Iwile HouseT
MRS. DONALDSON, OF THE
Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, an
nounces that she will receive a few gentlemen
to board. No pains will he spared lo add to
their comforts, with facilities for going und
eoiulug from the city. ocSl-tf
U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room ti, Downey's Rlock, I»s Angeles.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHV»rCtAN AND SCIIOHON.
OFFICE—No. II Downey's lllock, up-stalrs.
DR. A. S. BHORB,
T J OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFTCE -Nenrlv opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE No. IS Franklin street.
DR. H. 8. OR ME,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Lnnfranoo's
Building, No. 71 Main street.
office Hours from 1(1 A. M. to 1 P. M., and
from ttoB P. M. _ oc2-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's
lllock, Commercial and Los Angeles streets.
»?rSpecial attention paid lo diseases of the
EYE AND EAR. otfHi
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- Spring street,
opposite the Mayor's Office. ocj-lplf
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
ME CHANICAL, OPERATIVE
AND SURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE—.Iit Spring Street, next to Fire En
gine House. oc2-tf
SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST,
NO. 21 FOURTH STREET.
Corns. Bunions and Ingrowing Nails,
ouroil without Knives, Files or Acids. Moder
ate charges and satisfaction guaranteed.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
aw Special attention given to business in
the United States Land Office. oc2-tf
J, It. M OO.NNEI.L. A. J. KINO.
McCONNELL A KINC,
Downey's Block, Main St., Los Angeles.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office-Rooms 28 and 29, Temple's new
building, Los Angeles. co!Btf
A. ULASSF.I.L, (i. H. SMITH.
A. H. I'IIAP.MA.X. 11. M. SMITH.
Jl. TTOftNEYrJ AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK np-stairs, Loa
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
COURT COMMISSION ER,
I low uey's Block. Los Angeles. oe2-t f
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. 18 Downey Block Los Angeles.
(HAIU.KS LIMBLKT. J. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY A THOMPSON,
OFFICE—Room Nos, 51 and 119, over Tem
pie A- Workman's Bank. oc2-tf
W. 1.. MA ItS lIA I, L. WILL U. GOULD.
MARSHALL & COULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 1* Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will practice In all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business In U. S. Land Office.
LEW. C. CABANIB,
NOTARY PUB LIC. CONVEY
ancer and Searcher of Records for this
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, Call torn ia. oc2-l f
V. E. HOWARD A SONS,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
A. A. WILSON,
ATTORNEY * COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE—Room No. 11, Temple Block, Los
Angeles, ('alilomln. oc2-tf
A. 11. JUDSON. J. W. (OLLKTTE.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
QEARCHERS OF RECORDS
IO AND CONVEYANCERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
"DEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south ofthe Post Office, Temple
Block, Los Angeles, California.
Mr MONEY TO LOAN. oc2-tf
CHAS. E. MILES,
HY DBA U LIC ENGIN E ER,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Refers to—Dr. .1. S. Grllfin,J. G. Downev,
L. H. Titus, Gen. P. Banning, I. W. Hellman,
The introduction of water Into Cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for making sheet iron pipes, al my shop, or
where desired, on the most favorable terms.
N. B. WHITFIELD,
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL AGENT. Particular atten
tion paid to the purchase and sale of sheep.
Office with J. I . Ward <fc Co. ocs-lplm
R. E. JACKSON,
/CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
V,' Mailt street, a few doors below First. Los
Angelea, Contracts for buildings, and all
work executed In a satisfactory manner,
NINTH STREET, BETWEEN
Grasshopper and Griffin streets,
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
WASHING done on reasonable terms.
PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, and ordinary
MENDING done. Washing called for and de
livered, FREE OF CHARGE.
»«rOrder slate at Hroderlek's Book Store.
oo.Mnilp J. S. O'NEll.
k5 OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, Ihe choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
BWTemple Block, next to Wells, Fargo *
Company's office. no2-lmlp
I. B. FERGUSON'S
I. tbe fhtelnwlve ('oiumlaalon llouae to
go to for Everything lon Want.
J« L. WAftD & 00.
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO:
COMMERCIAL [MARINE] INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Combined assets exceed HI 1,000,000)
BABCOCX'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER;
BAKER & HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY j
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON;
SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE ANO PORTER.
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.
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,
RLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 and 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sis.,
n LOS ANGELES. [lm-tp
General dealer In all kinds of COUN
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to nil
parts of the I'nlted States. Nos. 24 and 34
Aliso St.. LOS ANGELES. oc.Vlylp
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, RLINDS,
CEMENT AUt) HAIR.
Alameda and First Streets.
Terry~wood worth & co,
AND PLANING MILLS.
IVO. 7«t COMMERCIAL ST.
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of LUMBER,, DOORS, SASH, MOULDINGS,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work done to order. 002
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
H. C. WILEY. D. M. IIKKKV.
WILEY & BERRY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
No. 88 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
(H'7-lml j >
MALONEY & FENNESSEY.
WAGON-MAKING, BLA C K
SMITfHNG AND HORSE-SHOEING
30 and 38 Allao Street.
Manufacturers of Carriages, Buggies.
and wagons of all kinds. All orders promptly
attended to. »c7-4ptf
LOS AN6ELES SODA WORKS,
No. 13 ALISO NTREET'.
HENRY W. STOLL, Proprietor.
Supplies Bar Rooms and private fami
lies with the purest and host
SODA ANB SARNAFARII.I.A.
Delivered to any part of the elty. ino2-lrn
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
(Successor to Roeder & Liehtenberger),
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
143, 145 and 147 Main street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronage of
the public in his line of business. All ve
hicles built of the BEST MATERIAL. An
Is connected with tho establishment, where
all kinds of Blacksmlthlng will be done to
Done with dispatch, and with a view of giving
satisfaction to patrons.
j\ 11 Worlt Warranted.
PAGE & GRAVEL'S
New Carriage Shop.
OUR WORK IS" UNS'QMI
qualcd by any done on the Pa-
After our excorioneo In the best shops in the
Eastern States, and our experience on this
coast, wo are enabled to fulfil what we ad
ALL MATERIA!* USED ARE THE REST
THE MARKET AFFORDS.
tt<i Repairs done neatly nnd with dispatch.
Ml.All work done here Is warranted.
«»>„ Prices Moderate. Call and see. -*v
Corner Los Angeles and Requena
ocit] Streets, Los Angeles. [Hnlp
C A MIL LERAY N A L,
(OFTOSITK M. KKI.I.ER'aI
MANUFACTURER AND DEAL
Wagons, Carriages, llnggios, etc
Blacksmlthlng of all kinds. All work
MADE of HEST MATEH IA L
and In the future as reliable aa In the past
Orders promptly attended to. ocl2mlpt
- BARBERS-BATH HOUSES.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SUAMIDIUNO, HATIIH, Kix'.
This establishment hus just i>een refitted,
nnd, after having engaged the best Barber* in
tho olty, I respectfully solloit custom from all
who want work executed In the host style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a speclal
ty.and has the finest sol of Bath Kooms In the
city. M* Under the Bella Union. no2-lmlp
H. SCHNELLE'S BARBERSHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES" AND
under the "Kxpre.ss" office, TEMPLE
As Prof. Green has the best available assist
ants to be procured In the State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Wllirbe performed In the best style of the ton
soi lal art. no2-lm
PROPRIETOR ANO MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 78
Main street no2tf-lp
OF CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
Cash Capital, . 81,000,000
Hranrhen in all the Motes of Ihe I'nlon.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
the organization of our
3r*a<»ifi<» I *i-ji ncli.
We take pleasure In announcing that our Pa
cific Coast Stockholders have elected the fol
lowing well-known citizens as officers of our
THOS. A. BALL, WM. R. WHEATON
A. L. GI'RNEY Seeietary pro tern
.1 AS. T. BOYD Attorney
THOS. BROWN Treasurer
CHAS. HURRELI Medical Examiner
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE,
JAS. T. BOYD, GEO. W. REAVER,
CHAS. BI'RRELL, THOS. BELL,
E. li. PERRIN.
OLIVER U.LDREIKIE,LELAND STANFORD
GEO. W. BEAVER, Tfins. BROWN,
N. O. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. 11. NELBY,
JAS. T. BOYD, R. F. MORROW,
C. I. BRENHAM, S. F. BU'ITERWORTH
M. D. SWEENY, GEO. H. WHEATON,
L FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRLING,
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.
REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Was chartered by special act of the Legisla
ture of the State of Illinois, and commenced
doing business In July, INTO, making It now
Just three years old. Its plan of organi?atlon
WM to have
$5,000,000 Capital Stock:,
with twenty percent, paid In,and the balance
subject to call. With BRANCH ORGANIZA
TIONS of stockholders In the leading business
centers of the country, composed ofthe best
business men—thus making a Company of
National extent and prestige, and yet a
HOME COM FAN V AT EACH BRANCH.
The Company at this date has policies in
force covering over $25,000,000 of risks, with an
annual Income of over
ALL ASSETS OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON THIS COAST.
Capital Stock of Pacific Branch,
over * 300,000 00
Invested In Mortgages on Real Es
tate in ('aUlornla during the last
four months, over 1110,000 00
328 Policies Issued at Pacific Branch
during samo period, insuring 1,242,100 00
Charges for Insurance 2.1 per Cent.
Lew* than Mutual Companies.
THE X B PUBLIC
Does not borrow THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the same at
some INDEFINITE future period und CALL
IT A DIVIDEND.
In presenting the claims of THE REPUB
LIC to the patronage of the people of this
Coast, we shall at all time* nlm to be gov
erned by sound business considerat ions, and a
due regard for the rights ami merits of com
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC BRANCH.
NO. 317 CALIFORNIA NTREET,
Below Sansome Street.
f >o2d 1 m 1 p
J3URLISHED RY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday nnd Saturday
mornings. Office In Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the Court-house.
It lias a large circulation In the State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
aud South America, and Spain.
commends Itself to tho Advertisers who mny
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous population
of different nationalities, on the Pacific Coaat.
Advertising Bntea Very Reaaonable.
SuBSCKfITIoNS—One Year, sii; Six Months,
£1 50£ Three Months, %2. oc2tf4p
Los Angeles City Water Co
LOCATION OF WORKS, CITY
and County of lajs Angeles, Stute of
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Los An
geles City Water Company will be held at the
otliee ofthe Company,;,] and 53 Main street. In
thecity of Ixis Angeles, on MONDAY, NO
VEMBER 17, 1873, at Pi o'clock M., lor the
election of officers for the ensuing year, and
forthe transaction of such other business as
may be brought before the meeting.
oclHtd EUGENE MEYER, Secy.
SPANISH AND FRENCH
TNSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND
-L SPANISH will be given to classes In the
afternoons or evenings, by
MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To n class of five or less, per lesson }2 00
To a class of any number over five, pet'
lesson &5 00
For further particulars, Inquire at ihe offlee
of the Loa Angeles Herald, of Lindley A
Thompson, or at the Pico House.
University ok California, i
Department of Languages. \
Oakland, July 11,1872. j
Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lind
ley has been a student In my department of
the University for five consecutive terms, vix:
from (September, 1870, to April 3d, 1872. During
this time she studied the French, the Spanish
and the German languages, obtaining always
the highest marks for protleloney and attend
ance, her average credit mark for five teuns
being 97 per cent.
On entering the University, Miss Lindley
possessed already such knowledge of the
French and Spanish Idioms as to be able to
speak them with ease, fluency, correctness,
and a pure pronunciation.
She may now be considered thoroughly fa
milial with the theory and philosophy, as well
as with the application of these two tongues;
a oil she may safely be recommended as a can
didate of great promise, for teaching 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 and
Natural History, (Botany and Physical Geolo
gy,) Belles Lettres, (English Literature. Histo
ry, Ancient and Modern,) Chemistry, Modem
Languages, (French and Spanish.)
Henry Intrant, President of University; E.,
S. Carr, Prof. Chemistry; P. Ploda, Modern
languages; Joseph Le Conte, professor ol Ge
ology and Natural History; William Swfnton,
Prolessor of Relies Lettres; .Martin Kellogg,
Dean of the Faculty. oc2-tf
108 Main At reel, Eo« Angelea.
Session of this
In which girls and boys receive a useful,
practical and complete English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1873.
TERMS PER MONTH:
English Studies, including the ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Book-Keeplng and Algebra S5 00
Primary Geography, Second and Third'
Readers 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes 8 00
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month #2 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, will he connected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, apply lo the under
signed, at the School Building.'
ocsml W. B. LAWLOR. Princi pa 1.
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
IN THE FRENCH
and Spanish languages will be given molasses
or in private, commencing on
WEIINENOA Y. OCTORER 1, IH7S.
terms ok tuition:
Private lessons $ 1 00 each
Twenty lessons 15 oo
Lessons to any number of pupils
over five, for one month, threeles
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
French and SpanishlScnool for children ev
ery day (Saturdays excepted) at 4 o'clock P.
M. TfJITION, per month, 18.
For Airther particulars, Inquire at No. 107
Main street. Translation of Frencu, Span
ish AND ENGLISH. F. V. C. DE MONDRAN.
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
C CONDUCTED~RY THE PRIESTS
J of the Congregation of tiie .Mission.
DEGREES CONFERRED, nnd the most
complete Education given. No more beauti
fully situated spot In the whole of Southern
California. Apply by letter, or personally, to
REV. J. McGILL, C. M.
' oC2-lmi» President.
Drawing and Painting.
INSTRUCTIONIN CRAYON, PEN
CIL AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
in Coloring with India Ink and Water Colors,
given at Hillside Cottage, back of the new
school-house. MRS. LU WHEAT SMITH.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH AND SPRING STB.
Grain, Hay and ail kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
With City Water Throughout,
avHORSES, 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, ANAHEIM.
The very best accommodations for visitors
Gentlfl Saddle Ilorses
constantly on hand, and furnished al shortest
ALISO FEED & SALE STABLE
JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
• COR. ALAMEDA * ALISO HTS.
Adjoining M. Keller's.
GItAIIST, HAT Ac
always on hand.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc
bought and sold. oc7~lptf
Campbell's New Stables.
CJCRJL HORSES BOARDED *V-_
JSBgE By the Day, Weak or Month.ic2S!
HUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
FOR SALE OR HIRE,
THE BEST OF FEED
oc23mlpl CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
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 1848. He
welcomes all his old customers nnd pleases
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP In the oily Is
with this establishment. Clean towels, care
ful employees. noiHm