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VOLUME I.
§10* |rttlT*k<S >&txM.
Is Published eveiy morning except Monday,
THE HERALD I'lli'vi'lNU COMPANY,
OFFICE Herald Steam Book ntiil Job
Printing- House, spring street, opposite tho
Court House.
TERMS:
Per annum, by mall or express ;M0
JKix months «• " ti
Three months " " •.. 3
Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents
Advertisement* Inserted at liberal rates.
EDUCATIONAL.
A Need.
ISUiill.l tittKH'
Los Angeles is worthy of commen
dation for the enterprise manifested
in school matters. It gives a most
conspicuous position to its principal
school building, which is made highly
pleasant and ornamental. It pays its*
teachers well, thereby inducing them
, to work faithfully. And it has se
cured one of the very best educators in
the State, a man of wide experience
and undoubted success, to take charge
of the schools;
But, with all this, there is one thing
lacking. In other cities of Its size and
Sretensions the Superintendent of Pub
c Schools has some time to devote to
visiting the schools under his charge,
white his place in the High School de
partment is supplied by an assistant.
Here the Superintendent is ex-
Eucted to teach through the school
ours of the day, and still have charge
of the schools in general. Now the
importance of frequent visits to the
lower departments is manifest. How
else is he to supervise the working of
the schools, to make improvements, to
become familiar with his work. The
Superintendent, thoroughly under
standing his duty and anxious to per
form it well, decided upon a plan,
by which, without neglecting his own
schools, he could give attention to the
others. It seemed to work satisfacto
rily. Cert ai nly i t was pleasant for the*
tired teachers and children to have his
* 'cheerful helping presence occasionally.
But it was too great an innovation
upon the established order of things.
Although the people held the greatest
respect for the Superintendent, they
could not quite trust him to act accord
ing to his own judgment; and now he
is almost entirely confined to one room.
Although it relieves him of responsi
bility and really lightens .his labors,
the other schools are deprived of a very
great benefit.
We trust that all who have children
In the schools, will consider this mat
ter, candidly and earnestly, and decide
upon some plan which will be an im
provement upon the present incom
plete arrangement.
Neat Sidewalks.
The teachers feel, deeply, the glori
ous privilege of livimr in a town of
sidowalks, this muddy weather. As
we trip daintily along the street,
neither soiling our boots, nor drab
bling our skirts, we thank propitious
fate that we do not have to call a
hack, that will take us to the foot
of the hill, and there unceremoniously
dump us out, because the driver "can
not drive through the mud," leaving
us to climb up as best we can and
charging SI for the pleasure. How
ever'twould have been an easy mat
ter to climb up the "graveled" hill
the paper tells about, and we would
not nave needed a lawyer to settle our
claims to real estate, nor a doctor to
restore breath to exhausted nature.
Under the circumstances we don't
groan in anguish at every fresh out
burst from »the clouds. Once up
the hill, Inside the school-room all
was cheerful; a clean sanded floor,
bright biasing fire—thanks to our in
valuable janitors—bright, eager little
faces looking out from the mud of lit
tle soiled clothes, little commiserating
exclamations, and willing, helping
hands, all —all tend to remove the
sense of injury one might have had,
if it had not been for tho sidewalks.
We were happy to have half a school
and thought those little fellows no
higher, than the mud is deep, will in
after years turn out statesmen, war
riors, etc., etc., if they are as ready to
climb up difficulties then as they are
now. t
Cincinnatii—The Cincinnati Port,
closes an article on the brutality taP
the public schools, in the following
words: It- would be a wonder if boys
brought up under such a regime, did
not, some of them, go to fill up the
ranks of hoodlums that infest our city.
But it matters little whether our
schools produce good citizens or not,
so their reports show average profi
ciency of eighty-five or ninety per
cent, in arithmetic, grammar, geo
graphy, etc. In fact, the teachers
nave no time, and no encouragement,
if they had time, to cultivate in their
pupils the virtues of truthfulness,
honesty and sobriety. These things
are not taken into account in forming
an estimate of a teacher's success.
Perhaps the teachers have been ex
cused there, as they have been in Cali
fornia, from the duty of teaching the
principles of morality, truth, justice,
andp«rl«|rsm. It is no longer obli-
upon our teachers to teach their
pupiklle2koid idleness, profanity* and
falsehood. The powers that be have
declared is not now the duty of the
teachers of American children; as it
formerly was, to Instruct them in the
principles of a free government, and to
, trafu. them to a true comprehension of
thVrights, dutled and dignity of Aroer
* Jfean aniens. J H U i
AMERICAN HCHOOL SYSTEM IN
Germany. — The National Normal
has the following item: "We clip the
following from the Pennsylvania
School Journal. Let it be well used
to puncture the German Swellings
which effect the heads of so many of
our teachers. In the Universal Teach*
•r»s Association which met in Ham
burg in May last, Dr. Lange, an emi
itstot quman educator, advocated the
adoption by the German Empire of a
school system similar to that In the
, United States of America, alleging
that in its characteristic features, and
the high results attained it Was supe
rior to any other. Dr. Lange seems to
differ from some American educators
.who are continually pointing to the
sV&m of ;terrtiny & +s model
TJwrroMrrY of Tex* Books in
Tf State Board adopted a
uniform series of text beoks and made
it obligatory on a teacher not to hear
a single recitation in any other book,
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Rolls of Honor.
The following arc names of those
pupils in the fourth class, Primary
school, who were perfect in attendance,
punctuality and deportment during the
month ending Decembers: John Ben
nett, Honora Desmond, Fannie Or
son, Albert Hicks. Katie King, Artie
Lieber, Josle- Lleber, Sophie Maag,
Ascencion Sepulveda.
Eula P. Bixby, Teacher.
Following is the roll of honor of Miss
Julia A. Fisk's Intermediate school for
the month ending December f>th:
Maurice Hellman, Otto Stassforth,
Freddie Stanford, Oblardo Cota, Ed
die Gerson, Leland Kereheval, Donald
Johnson, James Hartnett.
The following Is the list of pupils in
the third Primary department, who
have been perfect in attendance and
punctuality during the month ending
December 5. The first seven were also
perfect in deportment: Emma Brode,
Florence Holman, Josephine Spiker.
Josie Conner, Robert Clancy, Percival
Schumacher, George Wyneshank. Car
los Bocias, Mitcliel Dooster, Willie
Edgar, George Maben, Gilberto Se
pulveda, Miguel Sepulveda, Adolphe
Silvos, Johnny Smoily, LulieStormer,
Louisa Weible M. C. G. Dv Bois
Teacher.
Compulsory Education. — Gov.
Booth In his message says: The statis
tics given show the attendance at the
public and private schools, and the
non-attendance and truancy of census
children for a period of eight years. In
1873 there, were on the census roll 141,
--610 children, of this number 12,507 at
ten (led private schools, and 97,018
were enrolled in private schools; but
only 71,170, or 50.26 per cent, of the
whole attended regularly enough to be
considered pupils. So large a propor
tion do not attend any school as to
give great weight to the argument of
the Superintendent in favor of a com
pulsory system. He also says: "I am
of the opinion that the words 'white'
and 'colored' should be stricken from
our school law. They are a badge of
the past. Every child born on our soil
should have an equal Inheritance in
the institutions of our common coun
try, an equal right to a fair start in the
race of life."
HOME MANUFACTURERS.
Our Own Manufacture!
THE ONLY
CRACKER BAKERY
In the City!
, am ja3u 3 hut
A Large 8 took of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
WoddLingf Cakes
On hand and made to order at short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
RREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, at the
AMERICAN BAKERY.
no2-lmls
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
STORE.
BACRIBTE, ELLIOTT A CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
UFACTURERS of
All Wool Cawlmeres,
Tweeds, Flannel., Blankets), etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, and war
ranted as represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE
" WHITE HOUSE," corner of Los Angeles
and Commercial Streets. oc2tf-2p
Bakersfield Saloon.
JOHN B. TUNGATE, PROP'R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
and the
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
, My old Los Angeles friends, please give me
e;eall. My plaoa Is next the Telegraph Stage
Company's office. oc2Btttp
FARMS!
ORCHARD LANDS!
THE FINEST MESA LANDS
In Lot Angeles County.
ittbiO ot obirM hnn luO
QOOD FACILITIES FOB IRRIGATION!
Water FurnUned to all DMlring It.
fflA 30J .iSsil&jiu&lt! <J8 ,i»)loofl
GRAIN, CORN AND ALFALFA
LAN U. perfectly adapted to LEMONS,
t*RANOEfI.LIMES, ALMONDS, WALNUTS
and GRAPES.
Ten miles from Los Angeles, same distance
from An v halm. lj9 r »_ MM
Railroad from Los Angeles to Anaheim
passes through the center of the tract. Well
settled neighborhood. Qood schools.
. Widely known and highly appreciated as
V «WVU ITI \f
LOB NIETOS TRACT.
t »o.ih it Horn.to' i - «
ff.OOO ACRES
Offered ror sals on most favorable terms In
. mi ■rs tfteS. T r
Title. United State* Patent.
ntQvißa or
MCLEAN * HARDY,
BSS Montgomery street, San Frauelseo,
[*ffo»tf ftasi i .It .Yaoc
O. W. MORGAN, Lost Angeles
Dr. J. K. FULTON, Los Ifietoo
nov37do.w3m . i ..
Montana Meat Market.
rYTHEODORE FRO3HLINGER.
JL The best and tenderest meats
In tbs market. None but the SI^R
Primes* M—t and MuttenJQL
.«« oelstf
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1873.
FOR BALE—TO LET.
For Sale or Rent.
THE CORNER LOT ON MAIN
street.opposite Pico House; (10x115. In
quire at H. FLEISHMAN'S store. nov4ml«
FOR SALE.
ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON
HANI) PHESB, only four months In use.
with roller apparatus, chases, "etc. Apply at
LA CRONICA office, Los Angeles. detml
• House to Let!
THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE
on Main street, within five minutes' <fcA
walk of the terminus of the OmnlbusJ£jL
Line. Contains five rooms, besides bath room,
piuitryand closets. Inquire onthe premises.
nov22eod2w J. F.SMITH.
ForJ&ale!
A(\(\ ACRES IMPROVED AND
ttv/V/ unimproved lands of the finest
Siuallty, 3 miles from the court-house. Cheap
or cash and no commissions to pay. Apply
to J. H. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up
stalrs. oc29tf
For Sale!
DESIRABLE BUSINESS, BE
curely established, requiring moderate
capital, and paying five per cent, monthly.
Would exchange for real estate in the east
Reasons satisfactory. Address "HERALD"
oftice. 91 deO
FOR SALE.
QO ACRES ONTHE SAN ANTO
t/ *J nio Ranch and the San Gabriel River.
It is eight miles from the city and two from
Los Nietos depot, and a depot is within one
half a mile. The tract Is all arable and has
more timber than the place can consume.
The water right Is excellent and the buildings
and Improvements good. Refer to A. C.
CHAUVIN.Los Angeles. nol-lmd-2mw
FOR SALE.
A HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED
on Sansevalne street, a short distance
east of the depot. The lot is 200x100 feet, front
ing on two streets, with walnut, orange, Fig,
Almond and Apricot trees, all bearing fruit.
There is also water for fumlly use from the
Water Company's pipes, and also ditches for
Irrigating. Apply at La Esperanza Store, 108
Main streot. nol2-lm
FOR SALE.
Af\ ACRES OF LAND ONE
\Xv/mllo south of the city, well improved,
good house and out buildings; good well; 10
acres in vineyard, mostly foreign; 400 orange
trees mostly from three to six years old; 140
walnut trees from two to six years eld; 30
apple trees, some bearing. Title good; terms
easy. Also
FORTY ACRES of land l.V£ miles south ol
city, unimproved. Also
HOUSE AND LOT corner of Main and
Fifth streets. House new. Lot 60x185. Also,
THREE LOTS between Fourth and Fifth
streets, on Olive.
Ingulre of H. EDWARDS, or J. D.
BICKNELL, Room No. 39, Temple Block.
nov!s-tf
FOR SALE.
rjHE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT IN
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
of a very valuable patented Invention. The
proprietors have perfected their
PATENT RIGHTS,
and desire to sell us above. For full informa
tion, which is confidential, address
novl9tf THIS OFFICE.
Farms for Sale!
NEAR METOS DEPOT
41T ACRES-FIRST-CLASS FOR
O corn or'fruit, with wood and ESS
water. Price, $1,800. JL
QQ 1 ACRES NEAR THE OOL-
O C/i LEGE—not in cultivation—one mile
south of the L. N. R. K. tl.tttO.
3 ft ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA-
O TION — first-class improved — near
Gallatin—one mile south of L. N. R. R. 82,500
Qf\ ACRES FIRST-CLASS, IN
Ow cultivation, with the best artesian
well and'reservolr In the county. 4 miles east
of Nietos Depot. $5,000. Apply to
ocSOtf J. B. HOLLOWAY, Gallatin,
4K ACRES ONE MILE EAST
Oof Nietos Depot, on the line of the
Railroad. Eighty bushels of corn per acre
was raised on the land this year. There Is
also a good dwelling house, corn crib, etc.
IAAABACKB OF GOOD BAR
m\J\J\J ley for sale. Apply to
noB J. B. HOLLA WAY, Gallatin.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south of the Los Nietos Depot.
A splendid 60-ACRE LOT is offered fbr gfc
■ale onthe most liberal terms. The loca-JCT
tlon Is very desirable, and the land Is In good
condition.
Last year it produced a crop of 115 bushels ot
corn to the acre. Any one who may desire to
purchase land In this locality would do well
to Inspect this lot and examine this year's
crop, which has not been gathered. The sole
reason for sacrificing this property Is to meet
certain TERMS—
one-half cash, and the balance in one or two
years. ALSO
An 80-ACRE TRACT, located on tho line ol
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced in the San Jose Rancho. This Is a
most desirable piece of land, Is in a first-rate
jgk condition; under fence, and good water
ing right: on which are growing 10,000 grape
vines la a full bearing condition; has a large,
commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to he
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNER, Spadra, or at
oclfr.tf HERALD OFFICE.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PRUNING SHEARS.
jyjALONE'S PATENT,
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
T. ». SAUNDERS,
Sole Proprietor for California and Oregon.
E. W. DOSS,
Sole Agent for California.
IT SAVES THE LIMB FROM SPLITTING,
AND CUTS A CLEAN CUT.
. , ocas-imip
8. B. CASWBLLi XLI.IS.
CASWELL & ELLIS.
JMPORTERS
And Denier. In General Merchandise,
80 AND 83 MAIN STREET,
oc2-tf Los Anqki.iw.
Californ[a Bakery.
CORNER MAIN A MARCHES
SAULT STREETS. ——~*~—-
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. SS.CAKES of every sort or
to orilei '- Orders prompUjn^tUß^d-
I. B. FERGUSON'S
QOMMISSION HOUSE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICTAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE—No. 14 Downey's Block, up-stalrs.
oc2-tf
DR. A. 8. BHORB,
JJOMG7.OPATHIC PHYSICTAN.
O* FFlCE—Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCK-No. IS Franklin street.
oca-tf
DR. H. 8. OR ME,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Laafranco's
Building, No. 74 Main street
Office Hours from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M., and
from 2 to .1 P. M. oca-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's
Block, Commercial and Los Angeles streets.
S3" Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE AND EAR. oc2-tf
DR. «l. W. OLIVER,
JJOMO3OPATHIST.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street,
opposite the Mayor's Office. oc2-lptf
DR. J. M. JANCSO,
OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL
BUILDING, opposite the Conrt House,
NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
awSpeelal attention to Diseases of Children.
no2o-lm*
HENRY BUDDEN, ™,
PIANO-FORTE TUNEIR, Bjßfil
REGULATOR A REPAIRER. HI in
RnrHßEMcns—Brodriok's Store; Editor Hsn-
Pald. ao2tf4p
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
svSpeel&l attention given to business In
the United States Land Office. oc2-tf
J. K. McCONNKLL. A. J. KINO.
McCONNELL A KING,
AT LAW.
Downey's Block. Main St, Los Angeles.
oclgtf
A. BRUNBON,
AT LAW.
Orrtcn—Rooms 28 and 29, Temple's new
building, Los Angeles. colfltf
A. GLASBKLL, O. H. SUITII.
A. B. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN A SMITH,
AT LAW,
OFFICE-TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
Angeles, California. oc3-tf
JAMES C. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
—AMD —
COURT' COMMISSIONER,
Downey's Block, Los Angeles. oe2-tf
M. WHALING,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. 18 Downey Block Los Angeles.
oc2-lm
CII ARI.BH LINDLEY. J. 8. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
AT LAW,
: OFFICE-Room Nos. 81 and 62, over Tem
ple A Workman's Bank. oca-tf
W. 1.. MARSHALL. WILL P. OOULD.
MARSHALL A COULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles, CeJ.
Will practice In all tho Courts of this State,
and attend to business In U. S. Land Office.
LEW. G. CABANIS,
NOTARY PURLIC, CONVEY
ancer and Searcher of Records for this
County.
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les , California. ociMf
V. E. HOWARD * SONS,
AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK. LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf
A. A. WILSON,
A COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE—Room No. 11, Temple Block, Los
Angeles, California. oca-tf
A. H.JUDSON. J. W. OILLKTTH.
JUDSON A GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
AND CONVEYANCERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
04301
G. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Fonr doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block. Los Angeles, California.
gar MONEY TO IXtAN. oca-tf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at law. Office—Room No. 10 Temple
Block, Los Angeles. P. ,0. Boi 444. jio7-tf
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 A Co. not-Iplm
R. E. JACKSON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Main street, a few doors below First, Los
Angeles. Contracts for buildings, and all
work executed In a satis gusto ry manner.
nol-tf
JOHN GOLDBWORTHY,
JJEPUTY U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room c, Downey'sTOlosk, Los Angeles.
; novttf .
F. M. CONROY,
A CCOUNTANT AND COLLECT
xI INO AGENT. Office— Room No. 8. Ter
n Block, Los Angeles. Book-keeping by the
ay, week or month. Collections made In
the city and county. ; de7tf
DR. A. LOEBEL,
QURGEON AND CHIROPODIST.
L? Corns and bunions extracted without
using knife, flies or medicine, and with
out causing pain. Cures Ingrowing nails,
warts, moles, freckles, etc. Treats scientifi
cally and successfully all kinds of sores of
long standing. Charges moderate and satis*
WcTion guaranteed, ureses sent through the
Los Angeles postofflee, or Wells, Fargo A Co.,
attended to with dispatch*. . novWf
EASTERN AND CALIFORWA
/\YB"TERB— FRESH BY gfc/V
W steamer, will be served up In'VSklJr
every style At the orner of
COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGELES STS.,
By ''JAKE" BAER, (formsrly with H.
Doftkwelier) %MCH AH,WALDEN.
as. GIVE THEM A CALL. oell-lm
FORWARDING * COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
—AND—
Manufacturers Agents.
AGENTS FOR
LONDON ASSURANCE COVMUTWII;
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO;
(Combined assets exceed |14,0*0,0O0)
MOCK'S FIRE EXTNUMSKU:
BAKER 4 HAMILTON'S A6WCULTUNAL MACWNERt;
THE CUfIIATEO l/UI WASON;
SWAM IRE WERT CO.? ALE AM WATER.
no2-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 IMPLEMFNTS.
14 and IS Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,
no 3] LOB ANGELES. [lm-4p
SIMON LEVY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
General dealer In nil kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCTIONS,
Hides, Craln and Wool.
Makes advances on Consign men to to all
parts of the United States. Nos. 24 and 34
Allso St.. LOS ANGELES. oes-ly4p
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. C JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Posts, Shakes,
PLASTER PARIS,
CEMENT AND HAIR.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets.
noa-lmlp
PERRY, WOODWORTH & CO.,
LUMBER YARDS //
AND PLANING MILLS.
NO. 70 COMMERCIAL ST.
Keep constantly on band a full assortment
All kinds of mill work done to order. oe2 1
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. J
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA BTB.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
—SUCH AB—
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
no2-lmlp
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
Mo. 18 AJUMO STBKET.
HENRY W. STOLL, Propbietob.
Supplies Bar Rooms and private fitml-'
lies with the purest and best
SODA ANB BABSAPAMIIXA,
Delivered to any part of the city. lno>-lm
Eight Mile House.
MRS. DONALDSON, OF THE
Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, an
nounces that she will receive a few gentlemen
to board. No pains will be spared to add to
their comforts, with facilities for going and
coming from the elty. oeM-tf
F. WILSON.
SHAVING SALOON,
Next Deer to Noyee * eaten,
AND OPPOSITE THE HERALD
Office. Clean Towels kept on hand.
Gents' clothing cleaned and repaired. Cash
or work paM for east off slothing. dc2-lm
MERCHANT TAILORS.
J.3TRELITZ,
TUTERCHANT TAILOR—
i.YJL MAIN ST., SCAB WELLS.FARGO A Co
Makes the most fashionable style of
0 LO T MING
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
»laigelljP«o)rtM" w ' c '' ■
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet
and Bilk Vestings, etc. A St guaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom he has made clothing.
No necessity to send te San Francisco for
good fitting suits. oegtMp
I. HAUCH,
TiTERCHANT TAILOR.
AH. NO. 8 COMMERCIAL STREET.
All the LATEST STYLES received by every
steamer, and made up In the latest styles and
most suitable meaner, and onthe most rea-
HS.CALL AND EXAMINE these goods,
before giving your orders. nolSmlpl
\>' • ITV r H it V'trt; W f ,1.
Everybody knows the old Man
SIGNORET.
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. SIGNORET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been In attendance slnee 1848. He 1
welcomes all his old customers, and pleases '
the new ones.
1 The BEST BARBER SHOP In the city is
with this establishment. Clean towels. cW
ml employees. noMm
P. CAUTHIER,
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE
s street? BPIC rf *fW 8 ' Los Angs-
Keeps constantly on head ROAST AND
GROUND COFFEE of all kinds, Pepper, Gin-
BAgBta&S&F
nolMcnln
MISCELLANEOUS.
' - • • '.•ii
REPUBLI4C','' 1 • ' -oc
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
Cash Capital; . 51,000,000
Branches in all the State* of the la lea.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
the organisation of our
Pacific Branch,
We take pleasure In announcing that our Pa
cific Coast Stockholders hare elected the fol
lowing well-known clUsens as officers of our
PACIFIC BRANCH:
PrmkUtU:
OLIVER 3ELDRIDOE.
•tht'i n i/iul mi I")/: -j. n •
Vice-PrttUienU:
THOS. A. BALL, WM. R WHEATON
A. L. GURNET.™ Secretary pro tsm
JAB. T. BOYD 'Attorney
THOS. BROWN. Treasurer
CHAS. BURRELL. Medical Examiner
EitcwrtsW Commttlnc
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE,
JAS. T. BOYD, GEO. WrHEAV§R,
CHAS. BURRELL. THOS. BELL,
E. R PERRIN.
Director*:
OLIVER ELDREDOE.LKLAND STANFORD
GEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. BROWN.
N. G. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. H. SELBY,
J AH. T. BOYD, R. F. MORRO 1 V.
SiLXifSZ&t?-
L FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRLTNG,
A, BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
C. TVRYLAND, WM. L. DICKENSON
WM. B. LADD.

REPUBLIC LIFeInSORANCE CO.
Was chartered by special act of the Legisla
ture of the State of Illinois, and commenced
doing business in July, 1870, making it now
Just three years old. Its plan of organltatlou
was to have
80,000,000 Capital Stock.
wRh twenty per cent, paid In, and the balance
subject to cart. With BRANCH ORGANIZA
TIONS of stockholders lv the leading business
centers of the country, composed of ths best
business men—thus making a Company of
National extent and presage, nnd yei a
HOME COMPANY AT EACH BBAMCM.
The Company at this date has policies In
fores covering over 825,800,000 of risks, with sn
annual income of over <
*i,ooo,ooo»>
ALL ASSETS OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON THIS COAST.
Capital Stock or Pacific Branch,
oVer „ 4 300,000 00
Invested In Mortgages on Real Es
tate in California during the last
four months, over _ 189,000 00
828 Policies issued at Pacific Branch
during same period. Insuring 1,20,180 00
Charg-es an* Insswanee SO psa Cent.
Leas than MsrtntU Cobs gnus lea.
THE REPUBLIC
Does not borrow THE CAPITAL Of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the suns at
some future period and CALL
In presenting the claims of THE REPUB
LIC to the petrosksge of the people of this
Coast, we shall at all times aim to be gov
erned by sound business considerations, and a
duo regard for the rights and merits of com
peting companies.
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC BRANCH.
NO. 817 CALIFORNIA STREET,
Below San some Street.
EDGAR A. WAY,
with 8. H. Slaught. Real Estate Agent. 78
Main street, Los Angeles,
LOCAL AGLNT.
noSdlmlp
Louis Wallenberg,
JUST EXPRESS
AND PASSENGER LINE
TO ANAHEIM.
Through in Three Noun and a Hall!
PARR AT REDUCED MATES.
MS. Leaves Los Angeles dally at 2 P. M.
noft-tf
JOBEPH BRCSON,
SAMPLE ROOMS,
OPPOSITE U. & HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, ths choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
aw Temple Block, noxt to Wells, Fargo A
Company's office. notrlnaip
OITY LAUNDRY,
VTINTH STREET, BETWEEN
J3( Grasshopper and Grlffln streets,
LOS ANGELES.
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
WASHING, done on reasonable terms.
PEARL BUTTONS Sewed on. and ordinary
MENDING done. Wasbtngealled tor and de
livered, FREE OP CHARGE.
agr Order slate at Brodertck's Book Store.
noa-lmlp J. S. O'^mt
The Napa Gang Flow.
rpo THE FARMERS OF LOS
tented by D. A. Maauel, of Napa, and adopted
hy the Gsaages of this State. The points af
superiority are: Lightness of c raft, it being s
centre draft; a castor wheel IS be rear, wkkh
makssltturnln a space suffiMf ot to aeeom
modatelts length: it has a lis ling pole ang '
National Restaurant
, QORNER OF COMMERCIAL
*f u M
nW
NUMBER 60
W ANGELES * WttDRO
iJo«*up«« f too «u4i rrtutber* i
i > ,M. and 1 P. M.
LOS ANOELEB-10 ATM. and 8:46 P. M.
Except ort days of steamers* arrival and de
parture, when irate* will run to connect with
''passengers for San Pmnelsco aad Ban Diego
will leave Lea Angeles by the 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington with the Compa
ny's steamer.
gar Flnt-eiss* passenger cars will run regu
larly.
No Charge for Will—l Bs> MasthnnUln
sjsotiesintrr.
JOHN MILNER," Agent at Lot Angeles,
orttf B. E. HEWITT. Bupt.
PACIFIC MAILJTEAMSUP CO.
SCIIEDt LE POR BsXstMRKR, MTTB.
THE STEAMERS
« Orlzaba^a*
mint obuaba, oapt. at. j. jacmroir.
JVrfi v, |*Pvußefaio.
Dee 1 Dec S Dec _ |LDec. 8
Dec IS Dec 14 Dee Wroee . 19
Dec :M\ Dee 2§jDee..._...JB|D»e 81
aTKAVUt MOMOJtOO, caw. «. x. b»uolass.
&:::r:i!|ffc
Dec .ft|Jan—>.„ H4an....„.. «|Dae •
The Mohongo will also call at San Stmson
aad flan Lata Obispo, put takes no freight for
San Simeon.
STEAMER GFIPSY,
Por San Diego and nil way posts, carrying
M
San FraaeUee RECEMBSB 80.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, SO esnU per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Steamers leave San Francneo December
4th anJMPj, EMSSW at San Diego, Masatlan,
JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco DECEMBER
Ist and lath. I
PASSAGE:
To Weir Torsi! it*B^7.^
To Han Franeisoo, cabin— U
To San Francisco, steerage g
plans at agent's oMm. For passage
*?of to Arant for Los
ACtUCY OP TMC
Hambwff, toman ami Stetten
Mail StamaMp CoauMnias.
L.
T>EING APPOINTED AOENT OF
nlsh THROUGH PASSAGE TICKETS by any
of those lines of stsamen.
To and from Europe,
to New York and San Eras eases at the lowest
mass. Alee give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to all parts of
■■i-sMssnjrJjsriMH iaa VAsjsejja, Praws
Which will be delivered to the receiver fins of
charge, at their respective houses, to any part
Alan, gives DRAFTS o» any past of Europe
to sum. to suit
Collections mad a m any Part of
-' yttropa. "»
F Union Store,
IDUCATIONAL.
LAWLOR INSTITUTE
1— Mala Street, Lea Angeles.
THE SEVENTH SEMI-ANNUAL
Session of this
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.,
in which girls and hoys receive a vsnvi.,
practical axd courLKTB English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AV6USTII,IB7B.
TERM* PRR MONTH t
English Studies. Including th. ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Book-Keoplng and Algebra IS 00
Primary Geogrssphy, Bsaoad and Third
8 00
ItTIAg.
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand aad Oeom
stry, per month |8 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, will be oeuuected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, apply to the under
signed, at th. School Building.
noaml W. B. LAWLOR. Principal.
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
IN THE FRENCH
an* Spanish ls»gnas»)s w|^|a | r'rcn to classes
Private lessons 8 1 80 each
Twenty lessons.. ...—_.. * 18 00
v?
ety^'^gad^ay"eg < '' ' *t' loM^k'p
at No. Mr
Main street, Translation a# Pnsxcx, Span
an MONDRAN.
ST. YtNOSatT'S OOLLKQB,
LOS A*s«srnWL,Kg.
CONDUCTED BY THE PRIESTS
of th. Ooaggagatlan of tag Mission.
DEGREES CONFERRED, and the most
rompt.ss Rdusatlon gtveo. No more bsauU
rulhr situated spot In ths whole of Southern
CalW A^^^m^
noS-lm President.
LOO ANQCLKt
City and llirectory
IHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
PARiNQ for ths publteaUoa of a lArec
tory of lv. cnP sad county of Los Angsles,
aad will ha gVaIH sesyuptoato wßhsny
Kstortoaltwe2sHBm -watch
sf«eston:««war^
•psatfUlly apjbtfted. a 00.
Oflase,Hn*AV» sWIsJMhU* Ananias.
" ■ — — 4 —.
' Vsfy elsasV nt th* Hanuta

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