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Advertisements Inserted at Übnral rates.
Hy request, Thomas A. Garey Di.st.
Deputy of the order of Patrons of Hus
bandry, gave a lecture at the Court
House" on Wednesday evening last, to
a large and attentive audience. Space
will not permit us giving more than a
brief synopsis of his address.
The lecturer said that the order was
spoken of first during the presidency of
Johnson, the National grange being
organized on the 4th day of December
1867. Its objects were to stop encroach
ment* of monopolies, and to establish
facilities in trade that would tend to
bring the producer and consumer to
gether in business transactions, and to
'avoid the necessity of middlemen. The
order in its incipiency received cold en
couragement, if any at all, there being
but two granges organized during 1868.
It was not long after, when the order
began springing in several of the
States, and whs now like a tidal wave
sweeping over the entire land; that
within the last six months no less
than 6,000 granges have been organiz
ed. The order was planted in Califor
nia on the 15th of July, and, already,
within the short period of four months
there were 104 granges in working or
der. The movement is not confined to
this country alone, but was spreading
in Great Britain and Germany. The
speaker then gave some wholesome re
marks upon the cost of sewing ma
chines, reapers, etc., the price paid for
them, and pointed out a way in which
everything could be obtained at nearly
first cost. The Southern Dist. Agri
cultural Fair was passed upon in a
very pleasing manner, and in unqual
ified terms, the speaker said that it
was no representation of onr agricul
tural resources. The lecture through
out was interesting, and highly ap
preciated.—[Guardian, Nov. 20.
List of the Awards to Our Representatives in
Following is a list of those Califor
nians to whom were awarded prizes
for exhibits at the Vienna Exposition:
Buena Vista Vinicultural Society,
San Francisco, California Pearl of Cal
ifornia, Buena Vista, first and third
Eberhardt & Lachmann, San Fran
cisco, California sweet Angelica
Houseworth, Thomas, San Francis
co, California, photographs of Ameri
Muybridge, San Francisco, Califor
nia, photographs of landscapes.
Watkins, C. E., San Francisco, Cal
ifornia, landscape photographs.
Kimball Manufacturing Company.
San Francisco, California, light roau
Kustel, Professor Guido, San Fran
cisco California, ores and minerals
from Utah and California,
Kustel, H., California, fruit with
Neumann, Joseph, San Francisco,
Cal., raw and spun silk.
The prizes given for wine and photo
graphs are "Medals for Progress." and
the others are "Medals for Merit."
The progress medals are given to ex
hibitors who have furnished evidence
of considerable progress over similar
products shown at former Universal
Exhibitions, by new inventions, or
who, by the introduction of new ma
terials and contrivances, etc., or by
their efforts, have otherwise essential
ly contributed to the progress of indus
try or the improvement of society.
The medals for merit were awarded
to exhibitors in consideration of the
excellence of the exhibits, the extent
of their operations and the superiority
of means and forces employed.
The United States secured four hun
dred and twenty-four prizes, includ
ing eight diplomas of honor, • sixty
nine medals for progress, one hundred
and seventy-seven medals for merit,
two medals for fine arts, five medals
for good taste and twenty-three med
als for co-operators, the rank of the
different prizes being in the order as
The medals of all classes are of
bronze, and all of the same size, dif
fering only in the design to suit the
NO FIGHTING EDITOR REQUIRED.
A Western editor has put in practice
a plan which will enable all papers to
dispense with the usual fighting mem
be of the staff. One morning he was
waited on by the biggest kind of a fel
low, armed with a terrific cudgel, with
several and sundry protuberances
sticking out all around, marvelously
resembling Colts, Derlngers and
Bowies, who saluted him with,
"Where's that scoundrel, the editor?"
Our friend said, "He is not about; but
please take a seat and amuse yourself
with a paper; ho will be in a few min
utes," and hurried down stairs, at the
foot of which he met another man still
more profane and fierce, who asked
the same question in the same lan
guage. "Oh," said the retreating edi
tor, "go up stairs; you will find him
reading the paper." Accordingly up
he went, like a high-pressure steam
engine, letting off steam at every step.
Our friend waited a minute, and such
a crash—slam, Jiang, oath, curse, ob
jurgation—as if all Pandemonium was
let loose. What the result was was
never known, as our friend didn't wait.
A beautiful and wealthy anonyma
of Kensington, England, has made a
sensation by marrying a youthful
lover ofthe first circles, paying £6,000
to make good, his bank defalcation,
giving her whole fortune, and finally
committing suicide because he desert
ed her, Sne protested that she mar
ried to secure his reformation and her
own. Poor Magdalen.
Charles R. Peters advertises in Sat
urday's Pott to the extent of six col
ums. He is proposing to build an im
mense market. The rest of his propo
sitions about drinking fountains, Lick
statute, and a $60,000 race, are proba
bly chaff to catch the unwary.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
DIFFICULTIES OF A STOKER'S WIFE.
A writer in Good Word* tells the
following story of the difficulty some
people meet with endeavoring to lead
a "religious life." A lady had gone to
visit a young couple of the better class
of the poor. They had no children,
and the husband being a stoker on a
railway, they were above the reach of
want. Under these circumstances it
seemed to the visitor that they might
have attended to their religious duties
at least to the extent of going to
church on Sundays, and she ventured
to Intimate as much to the young wo
man, who was standing rather idly at
the door. "Will you please walk in
till I show you something?" was the
woman's answer: and she conducted
her*visitor to the little kitchen, where
her husband sat by the Are. He had
just come home for half an hour to
have his tea, and was watching the
kettle with the most absorbing inter
est. He was of course in his working
clothes, and his face and hands were of
a deep oily black, aftir the manner of
"Now, ma'am," said the woman,
pointing to him, "you see that there
man; that's my husband, and I'm
bound to do a part by him, ain't I?"
"Surely," said the visitor, anxious to
uphold the duties of matrimony.
"Very well then; would you like to
know how I pass my Sundays? A
washing of he! Never a blessed mo
ment has he to wash himself through
the week, out early and late, and half
the night, too, and blacker nor any
crow all the while. Well, on Sunday's
it is fitting and proper that he should
try to look like a Christian if he can,
so he sets me to it after we eats our
breakfast, with a bucketful of soapsuds
and a scrubbing brush, and I rubs at
him off and on all day, till my arms
ache, and he ain't much better than
he wor: and then after we have our
tea he says to me, 'Come, Sally, have
another try, there's a brave wench,'
and I goes at him again, and sluees
him down till you'd think him a born
nigger 'ud come out white; and, if
you'd believe me, ma'am, when I pol
ishes him off with a dry towel afore
he goes to bed, he's only a light brown
after all." What was to be said to such
stubborn facts; especially when the
good woman finished with the un
answerable argument, "So you see,
ma'am, them as wants to live religious
has best not marry a stoker."
Eastern Feeling about Cuba.
In a very warlike editorial, the N.
Y. Herald thus states the demand
of the President in the Virginius case:
The President demands the formal
delivery of the Virginius to officers of
our government in a port of the United
States; the release and restoration to
our protection of the surviving cap
tives; a money indemnity to the heirs
of all taken from on board the Vir
ginius and put to death; the trial and
punishment of General Burriel and all
other responsible officers; the imme
diate and unconditional abolition of
slavery in Cuba as the source of all
pending difficulties and complaints.
We will welcome war as the solution
of a difficulty that has troubled our
statesmen for generations, and as the
legitimate means of inflicting a right
eous and merited punishment upon a
barbarous foe; and as plucky old Eng
land goes all the way to Ashantee to
punish the murder of people entitled
to her protection, it will go hard if we
cannot inflict a similar punishment in
our own waters, and in the very sight
and hearing of our people.
A Curious Animal.
Coleman, of Boise City, has caught
an animal of which the wise heads of
Idaho seem to know but little. It
weighs about twenty-five pounds, is
about fifteen inches high and eighteen
long, has a short stub-tail one or two
inches long; thinish long hair from
the top of its head back to his rump of
a dark brown color, something like a
brown bear; face smooth and pleasant,
with full round eyes resembling a dog.
Its fore legs and feet resemble a dog;
a little speck of white in the forehead
and under the neck, and between the
toe nails of each foot; its rump has
short gray hair; takes considerable
pains to sit on its rump, with his hind
legs evenly fixed between the fore feet.
It is very docile, can make sort of a
growl, not a bark. The animal was
caught a year ago, sixty miles below
Boise City, about, three miles from
A correspondent of the Herald
gives us .some . valuable information
about timber. He says: "Among the
trees, we note many tropical palms
and northern pines in singular con
tiguity, ash, oak, elm, chestnuts,
bread-fruit and Australian gums,
Tahiti, Hawaiian, Mandarin, Cuban.
Floridian and Mexican oranges, and
many varieties ofapples, pears, plums,
peaches, lemons and limes; among the
shrubbery, guavas, bananas, plant
ains, alligator Dears and persimmons;
whilst as for flowers, from every land
and clime, from the magnolia to the
violets and forget-me-nots, in bound
less variety and profusion; their mere
catalogue would fill our columns to
overflowing, and call into requisition
botanical researches for which we have
an abundance of inclination, but for
which the limited time at our com
mand is entirely inadequate.
The building of the Opera House in
San Francisco, on Misson street near
Third is well under way, the first
story and iron front being already
erected. The work is to be pushed for
ward rapidly, in order to have the roof
perfected before the rainy season sets
in. In this theatre building, it is es
mated that a greater length of time
will be taken up in fitting and finish
ing the interior of the walls and roofs;
and consequently the first performance
is not expected to take place before
the 22d of Febuary next. Much of the
interior work is now being done under
the supervision of an experienced
stage carpenter in a shop near the new
The N. Y. Herald is going after
Nast ln a very no*<-y way. It pub
lishes letters from pretended sympa
thises with Nast, enclosing him a chew
of tobacco, a check for five cents, some
turtle soup remnants, and a brass
John Swett, Deputy Superintendent
of Schools in San Francisco, will be
elected Principal ofthe Denman Gram
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1873.
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE—No. 14 Downey's Block:, up-stairs.
DR. A. 8. BHORB,
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE—No. 13 Franklin street.
DR. H. 8. ORME,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Lanfranco's
Building, No. 74 Main street.
Office Hours from 10 A. M. to IP. M., and
from 2 to j P. M. oc2-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Di Helnseh's
Block, Commercial and Los Angeles streets.
•Jf Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE AND EAR. oc2-tf _
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street,
oppsslte the Mayor's Office. 0c.2-lptf
DR. J. M. JANCSO,
OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL
BUILDING, opposite the Court House,
NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
*wspecial attention to Diseases of Children.
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
AND SURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE—39 Spring street, nest to Fire En
glne House. j oc2-tf
DR. A. LOEBEL,
SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST,
Alameda street, opposite the Sisters'
School. Corns and bunions extracted with
out 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
longstanding. Charges moderate and satis
faction jrunranteed. nov7-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
■orSpecial attention given to business in
the United States Land Office. oc2-tf
J. B. M CON NELL. A. J. KINO.
McCONNELL A KING,
Downey's Block, Main St., Los Angeles.
Office—Rooms 28 and 29, Temple's new
building, Los Angeles. eo!Btf
A. ULASBF.LL, O. H. SMITH.
A. B. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITH,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
JAMES C. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Downey's Block, Los Angeles. oc2-tf
OFFICE—No. 18 Downey Block Los Angeles.
CHAKLKB LINDLEY. J. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY A THOMPSON,
OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 and 52, over Tem
ple A Workman's Bank. oc2-tf
W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. GOULD.
MARSHALL * GOULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will practice In all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business In U. 8. Land Office.
J. B. BATES. J. B. BRAMAN.
BATES A BRAMAN,
AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OFFICES-Nob. 3 and 4 ALLEN'S RUILD
ING, corner of Spring and Temple streets,
Los Angeles, Cal. Practice in all the Na
tional and State Courts. Collections made, de
mands prosecuted and the settlement of es
tates adjusted in all parts of the United States.
Special attention paid to the examination of
land titles and to business ln the U. S. Land
LEW. G. CABANIB,
NOTARY PURLIC, CONVEY
ancer and Searcher of Records for this
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, California. oc2-tf
V. E. HOWARD A SONS,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
A. A. WILSON,
A TTORNEY A COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE—Room No. 11, Temple Block, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
A. H. JUDSON. J. W. OILLKTTK.
JUDSON A GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
G. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block, Los Angeles, California.
ear MONEY TO LOAN. oc2-tf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at law. Office—Room No. 10 Temple
Block, Lob Angeles. P. O. Box 48*. nof-lf
CHAS. E. MILES,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Rkprbs TO-Dr. J. 8. Griffin, J. G. Downey,
L. H. Titus, Gen. P. Banning, 1. W. Hellman,
The Introduction of water Into Cities, Towns
and Ranches a specialty. Contracts taken
for making sheet iron pipes, at my shop, or
• where desired, on the moat favorable terms.
N. B. WHITFIELD,
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL AGENT. Particular atten
tlonpaid to the purchase and sale of sheep.
Office with J. L. Ward A Co. nos-lplm
R. E. JACKSON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Main street, a few doors below First. Los
Angeles. Contracts for buildings, and all
work executed In a satisfactory manner,
SPANISH AND FRENCH
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND
SPANISH will be given to classes In the
afternoons or evenings, by
MIBB JOSEPHINE LINDLEY
To a class of Aye or less, per lesson 12 00
To a class of any number over five, per
lesson S3 00
For further particulars, Inquire at the office
of the Los Anqklks Hkrald, of Lindley A
Thompson, or at the Pico House.
University of California, )
Dkpartmkntof La no cages. v
Oakland, July |L 1*72. J
Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lind
k" has been a student In my department of
the University for Aye consecutive terms, vie:
from September, 1870, to April Bd, 1872. During
this time she studied the French, the Spanish
and the German languages, obtaining always
the highest marks for proficiency ana attend
ance, her average credit mark Tor five terms
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 puFe pronunciation.
She may now be considered thoroughly fa
miliar with the theory and philosophy, as well
as with the application of these two tongues;
and she may safely be recommended as a can
didate of great promise, for teaching the
French and Spanish languages.
P. PIODA, Prof. Modern languages.
ITNIVERBITY 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, Modern
Languages, (French and Spanish.)
Henry Durant, President of University: E.
8. Carr, Prof. Chemistry; P. Pioda, Modern
Languages; Joseph Le Conte, Professor of Ge
ology and Natural History; William Swlnton,
Professor of Belles Lettres; Martin Kellogg,
Dean of the Faculty. oc2-tf
PUBLISHED BY E. F. TEODOLI.
The only Spanish Newspaper
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Published every Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. Office ln Temple's New Block,
Spring street, opposite the court-house.
It has a large circulation ln the State of Cal
ifornia, the Eastern States, Louisiana, Mexico,
and Arizona and Colorado Territories, Central
and South America, and Spain.
commends itself to the Advertisers who may
wish to bring their business before the Span
ish-speaking people and numerous population
of different nationalities, on the Pacific Coast.
Advertising Rates Very Reasonable.
Subscriptions—One Year, $6; Six Months
83 50; Three Months, 82. oe3U*V_,
Et SCHOONER CORA,
And for sale at
J. C. Jackson's
n025-tf LI MBER YARD.
X>lt TJGr STORE
DR. L. TERRY»B~
NEW STORE AND NEW DRUGS.
In short, every article usually found ln a drug
carefully compounded by a practical chemist
and druggist. novitftfo
JOHN B. TUNGATE, PROP'R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
My old Los Angeles friends, please give me
a call. My place is next the Telegraph Stage
Company's jifflce. oc2BtfBp
S. B. CAS WELL. J. F. ELLIS.
CASWELL 4 ELLIS.
And Dealers in General Merchandise,
80 AND 82 MAIN STREET,
OC2-tf LOS ANQELES.
J. B. SAUNDERS, M. D. CH. F. IIEINZEMAN, P. D
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
JJRUGGIBTS AND CHEMISTS,
7b MAIN fiJTREET, LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. mm~ Prescriptions carefully com
pounded duvjtnd night. no2-lm2p
CONTRACTOR AND RUILDER,
Bnop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
mw Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch
S. HELLMAN, t
NEW TEMPLE BLOCK, NO. 95
Main street and No. 8 Spring street, next
to the Postoffice, Los Angele . Wholesale and
retail dealer In
Books, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Etc.
Agent for White's Patent Meaty Drawer.
Prof. Herman Bethe,
by the highest musicians ln Ban Fran
cisco, will receive pupils on the Piano, Organ,
and In Singing and Harmony.
FOR TERMS, ETC.-Apply at Brodrlck's
Bookstore, Los Angeles. nolB-lm-ls
JJEPUTY U. 8. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 6, Downey'sTllock, Los Angeles.
FORWARDING It COMMISSION.
J. L. WARD 4% CO.
LOHOOK ASSURAICE CBR»ORATIOH:
UIIOD IRSURAttCE COifAIIT OF SAI FRANCISCO;
CMKICIAL IHARIHE J INSIMAJCE COiPAirt,
(Combined assets exceed 914.000.0O0)
lAICOCU FIDE EXTINGUISHES:
IAKEI 4 HAIILTai'S AUKULTURAL IACHWEAY;
THE CELEMATEB Mil WA6OI;
SWAI BREWERY Bfl.'S ALE AM PORTER.
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE FOR BALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars snd Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMFNTB.
14 and 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,
no 3] LOS ANGELES. [lm-tp
General dealer ln all kinds of COUN
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
parts ofthe United States. Nos. 24 and 84
AIUoS'...LOS ANQELES. oc6-ly4p
J. C. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
CEMENT AND HAIR.
Alameda and First Streets.
PERRY, WOODWORTH & CO,,
AND PLANING MILLS.
NO. ra COMMERCIAL ST.
Keep constantly on hand a mil assortment
or LUMBER. DOORS, HASH, MOULDINGS,
BLINDS, TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
All kinds of mill work done to order. oc2
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
—SUCH AS —
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
LOS AN6ELES SODA WORKS,
No. IS ALISO STREET.
TIENRY W. STOLL, Pboprietor.
XX Supplies Bar Rooms and private fami
lies with tbe purest and best
SODA ARB NARSAPARILLA,
Delivered to any part of the elty. lno2-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. oc3l-tf
Rex* Dm to Korea 4t Gates,
AND OPPOSITE THE HERALD
Office. Clean Towels kept on hand.
Gents' clothing cleaned and repaired. Cash
or work paid for cast off elothlng. de2-lm
MAIN ST., nbab WELLS.FARGO A Co
Makes tbe most fashionable style of
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
a large stock of the
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimerea. Velvet
and Silk Vesting*, etc. A fit guaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom be has made elothlng.
No necessity to send to San Francisco for
good fitting suits. oc2tf-4p
NO. 8 COMMERCIAL STREET.
All the LATEST STYLES received by every
steamer, and made up in tbe latest styles and
most suitable manner, and on the moat rea
a*. CALL AND EXAMINE these goods,
before giving your orders. noKmlpl
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. SIGNORET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been ln attendance since 1848. He
welcomes all his old customers snd pleases
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP In the elty Is
with this establishment. Clean towels, care
ful employees. noa-lm
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE
AND SPICE MILLS, No. SO Los Ange
Keeps constantly on hand BOAST AND
GROUND COFFEE of all kinds, Pepper. Gin
ger, Allsptee, Cayenne, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Nutmegs, and Freak Oround California Mus
tard. Co it an flash ground every morning.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Or CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cash CapltalTT 51,000,000
ItMckN tn Ml tn* Statelier tn* Union.
HAVING NOW COMPLETED
the organization of our
I*»oiflx» 13 ran oh,
We take pleasure In announcing that our Pa
eTflc Coast Stockholders have elected the fol
lowing well-known citizens as officers of our
. Vice-President*; . .
THOS. A. BALL, WmT*. WHEATON
A. I* GURNEY Secretary pro tern
JAS. T. BOYD. Attorney
THOS. BROWN Treasurer
CHAS. BURRELL Medical Examiner
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE,
JAS. T. BOYD, GEO. W. BEAVER,
CHAS. BURRELL. THOS. BELL,
E. B. PERRIN.
OLIVER ELDREDGE.LELAND STANFORD
GEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. BROWN,
N. G. KITTLE: C. CHRISTIANSEN,
JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. H. BELBY,
JAS. T. BOYD, R, F. MORROW,
C. I. HRENHAM, 8. F. BUTTERWORTH
M. D. SWEENY, GEO. H. WHEATON,
I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRLING,
A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL,
108. A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON,
THOS. BELL, E. B. PERRIN,
C. T. RYLAND, WM. L. DICKENSON
WM. 8. 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, 1870, making it now
Just three years old. Its plan of organl?atlon
was to have
(8,000,000 Capital Stock,
with twenty per cant paid In, and the balance
subject to cafl. With BRANCH ORGANIZA
TIONS of stockholders iv the leading business
centers of the country, composed of the best
business men—thus making a Company of
National extent and prestige, and yet a
HOME COMPANY AT EACH BRANCH.
The Company at this date has policies In
force covering over 126,800,000 of risks, with an
annual income of over
ALL ASSETS OF PACIFIC BRANCH IN
VESTED ON THIS COAST.
Capital Stock of Pacific Branch,
over. 8 300,000 00
Invested In Mortgages on Real Es
tate ln California during the last
four months, over 160,000 00
328 Policies Issued at Pacific Branch
during same period, Insuring 1,242,160 00
Charges for Insurance 95 per Cant.
Leas than Mutual Companies.
Does not borrow THE CAPITAL of Policy
holders on PROMISES to return the same at
some INDEFINITE future period and 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 times aim to be gov
erned by sound business considerations, and a
due regard for the rights and merits of com
OFFICE OF THE PACIFIC BRANCH,
NO. 917 CALIFORNIA STREET,
Below Sansome Street.
EDGAR A. WAY,
with S. H. Slaught. Real Estate Agent. 78
Main street, Los Angeles,
AND PASSENGER LINE
Through in Three Hours snd a Half!
FARE AT REDUCED RATES.
as. Leaves Los Angeles dally at 2 P. M.
OPPOSITE U. 8. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
gar Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's office. no2-lmlp
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. Washingcalled for and de
livered, FREE OF CHARGE.
aar Order slate at Broderick's Book Store.
noMmlp J. S. O'NEIL
The Napa Gang Plow.
NBjSfSa ■■nßunun ffjM^df
TO THE FARMERS OF LOS
Angeles County: We call your attention
10 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: Llgbtne<t of draft, It being a
centre draft; a castor wheel ln the rear, which
makes it turn In a space sufficient to accom
modate Its length: lt has a falling pole and
can, by sliding, be adjusted to tne driver's
wight, and removes all pressure from the
bones' necks. We bnly ask farmers to call
i nd examine for themselves.
i.ol HELLMAN, HAAS A CO.
QORNER OF COMMERCIAL
CENT MEALS of any restaurant in town.
Wholesome food, food cooking, and a clean
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1873,
trains will run as follow*, leaving
WILMINGTON—7:46 A. M. and 1 P. M.
LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 8:46 P. M.
Except on days of steamers' arrival and de
parture, when trains •will run to connect with
Passengers for San Franclsoo and Saa Diego
will leave Los Angeles by tbe 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington with the Compa
gar First-class passenger ears will ran regu
No Charge for Storage to Merchants In
JOHN MILNER, Agent at Los Angele*.
octtr , E. E. HEWITT. Bunt.
PACIFIC MAIL STIAMSffir CO.
SCHEDCXEFOB DBCnHBIJL 1979. ,
For Santa Barbara, Sun Pedro, Ann*
helm Landing nnd Sun Diego.
Leave San Arrive San Leave San Arrive Ban
Francisco. Pedro. Pedro. Francisco.
Dec 1 Dec 8 Dee. 6 Dee. t
Dec 12 Dec 14 Dec 17 Dee lii
Dec 2< Dec 26 Dec th Dec ...31
BTKAKER MOHONGO, CAPT. G. H. DOUGLASS.
Dec 61 Dec 8 Deo 11 Dec 13
Dec 18 Dee 20 Deo ...23 Dec 26
Dec 30|Jan 1 Jan... 4 Dec v
BTEAKKR ORIZABA, CAPT. H. J. JOHNSTON.
The Mohongo will also call at San Simeon
and San Luis Obispo, but takes no freight for
For San Diego and all way porta, earning
OILS, ACIDS, POWDER, etc., not allowed to
be carried on passenger steamers, will leave
San Francisco DECEMBER SO.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, 60 cents per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Steamers leave San Francisco December
4th and 20th, and call at San Diego, Maratlau,
Manaanlllo and Acapulco.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco DECEMBER
Ist and 16th.
Through Bills of Lading signed, and through
tickets sold to allports on the San Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico and South
America, at San Franclsoo tariff rates.
To New York, cabin $100
To New York, steerage 60
To San Francisco, cabin „ 16
To San Francisco, steerage 8
Cabin plans at agent's office. For passage
apply to H. McLELLAN,
nol Agent for Los Angeles County.
AGENCY OP THE
Hamburg, Bremen and Station
Mail Steamship Companies.
TJEING APPOINTED AGENT OF •
JD the above Mall Steamship Companies
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 the lowest
rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to all parts of
Germany, 8 witserland, Austria, France
England, Sweden, Norway
Which will be delivered to the receiver free of
charge, at their respective houses, ln any part
Also, gives DRAFTS on any part of Europe
In sums to suit
Collection* mads In any Part of
For particulars, apply to
H. FLEISHMAN, Bella Union Store.
oc2tf 3p Agent ln Los Aagelea.
199 Main Street, Loa Angeles.
Session of this
SELECT DA. V SCHOOL,
ln which girls and boys receive a useftl,
practical and complete English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1873.
TEBMS PEB MONTH t
English Studies, Including the ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Hook-Keeping and Algebra 16 00
Primary Geography, Second and Third
Readers 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes 3 00
EXT B AS.
Latin, Phonetic Short-hand and Geom
etry, per month (2 00
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, will be connected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, apply to the uuder
slgned, at the School Building.
nosml W. B. LAWLOR. Principal.
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
IN THE FRENCH
and Spanish languages will be given to classes
or in private, commencing on
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER L 1979.
TERMS Or TTTTION:
Private lessons v - S1 00 each
Twenty lessons 16 OU
Lessons to any number of pupils
over five, for one month, three les
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
French and Spanish'Scnool for children ev
ery day (Saturdays excepted) at 4 o'clock P.
M. TUITION, per month, 88.
For further particulars, Inquire at No. 107
Main street. Translation of French, Span
ish and English. F. V. C. db MONDRAN.
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
CONDUCTED IjY THE PRIESTS
of the Congregation of the Mission.
DEGREES CONFERRED, and 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.
Spring Street, opposite the Post Office.
DAVE MAIN~HAS RETIRED
from the Judicial contest, ln order to da
vote his time to more olassleal pursuits.
Floating down the stream of life placidly,
with bald-headed old GEORGE DA KIN, they
will ln conjunction prepare the following
The Dtp ant mtnsr aria.
The Briu Around tho Corner.
Tbe CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS always on hand. nofrim ■
I. B. FERGUSON'S
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