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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald. NUMBER J. WMJJMK 1.1 I.C»S ANOKI.KS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1873. t

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A SEA-SHORE EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

A SEA-SHORE EVENING Awn> lo the s.-a, niv ri.riiniJßM in hi- -^^H .(ml nn- My. i:ni~i<^^Bi, I »Ur \ cs|n-r lis mil jv--.ii> . I bu Mllll'V. Milling .Iill>ll.fl« ■ Jills lliillllli ;uy, IIVI.» Kllll'i', r A lnl l:ikcN il» trsM Mil »■ in n | M ..1,|.. ( Bj Hi.- li.ilm\ fc-N.-iiur .vi. I in. itiMß.MHis i-ii.ml Ju , , r . s ,mj\,'rti\ Ald . vi- Ill«« mp i 1 .. -7' f Ami riillnir ti 411 in »:,. ,v. 1% 11l "life,. ,„ Wliii ll kIIiIm I lie ii<-'iV1.,£,,;,(,.,•.. With-|HitH«>i -iii. 1 Jj^to, Whin- Hi- 1 ,)„. ii.i.H fl,, hi- rlt ml Id > ''''I I AiMa ii .1 iiH H ul _i I I 1

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THE CURRENCY... [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

THE CURRENCY... I irITOH HBKAIJi: In l>l H, lva i | sions uf iiir country—JP lantiifciil lV , iM«'--ili«M , i'an'lwosi'jianimiii(| , Ist i net cum'tHi's. Now Hie i|inß ion Vises: Whieli iw t In- most ll'iu licKl to ffiw people til the Pacific Mope?! An lliisnatioit <[f a ihatter oitV ptmliaHc .vill, |NNmttity,Muve a waste of win Is. V nieinhatft iula* AiutH* seinlsl.asl . »r goods, for withe pays m«n- , neks. Jf». g o( s to New York or V hi - ilelphia with >;lO,tHKi in coin, wliiiV he ' xchnngcs forrj cenliaeks at a tUniwluni if say lo per cf il., or .Sl,*>(Nl. He purliases his stoek).seii<|s jf to < -lifnikiiii, 'ml Hells at coin rates. In aildilioji to he Ifi per ecu I. profit on exehaufJ he uilizes the same amount on sales, flaking 80 per cent., inking |r> per mit. as the iiiiniiiiti 111 of profit. 1 '.In oittltiary commerelal trmtmi tons, _|» per coin. i:ii .os! is regarjleil m a very gotsl protit m goo...

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AN ABUSED CREATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

AN ABUSED CREATURE. The Boy who Lives with His Maiden Aunt. We know a boy who lives with his maiden aunt, and we pity the unfortunate. We have always had a horro of living with a maiden aunt -- the bare mention of such a thing has often frightened us into good behaviour for a month. A cat-o'-nine tails never had half such a wholesome effect upon us as always accompanied this threatened change of boarding-houses. But we digress. The boy we know belongs to teh class known as "small boys" -- boys whom nobody has any space for, and nobody knows what to do with. the urchin is given to playing pranks at times; but then "boys will be boys," and people shouldn't find fault with minor matters. This particular youngster has a harmonious habit of twisting the tail of his aunt's pet cat, and reconciling the difficluty with Tabby, by feeding her on half a dozen canaries. He occasionally pulls the keys out of hte piano, and sells them for old ivory, and buys pistols to shoot flies. He isn't allow...

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Welcome. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

Welcome. , ()•> fi>Hh, imiifl " i:i(.\i.n, a hcaron Ittftot; tinnattier W<Hii|>" rich nail ihiv; ( i.l M'ai't'h lll*Jl'l'<'<M'(ls, ,'\\ ll >r. ■ 111,- heil'lll , Ami cull iiMpatinii'.- knnu'lc<t|rc then-. lln, Ui'nlii•»»■ lli\ miiflity stii iiifi h; • in teach n||l I Mi n v everywhere; iin teach Cn|r'l>'i || iilsts nt length, Thai trulllßui crime-hall he Inlil hare. lin \v.'u\ .• a iff "la ml I'nr the mimt: iliislri'w y«r lirii?hti'Nl u-'iii-; anil |iearls; <!«>; ai 111 '<l vvi'i ••"■■l ice, Trill 11, I'lilOliitKHl, inir" now lo ai.i. uiil'iuU. JB _ I', u.I . K. liKT vnfit Win: Know.—ll is :t custom tooJJ»<mmon witii the men nf the world to iceji their families in utter Ignoranfeyrf tlie .situation of their business. TJ'' wife knows nothing, lias uot even*" idea of tiie amount of her husbands fortune, whet tier it is counted b\s. itindreds or...

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PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. 'li • Hm| .it ueti.i.iT, 'I'm-: ho*. Anoki.ks llcuAi.i, a iiarrj fcrfl w -. kK n'wspais-r, will mi*o a- .t|>|M-arunc>. Th • li.ily will bo a BWI 111 I tastily UrllllU I scv.'ll-c 11111111 l llCWSpapa, new-y ni'lier |Ii in literary in cliiiructei.Th . Weekly will lie a -i.vc iluiiui, elghti>a« lai ier,anil will • hi' mii the m >,» inip.-,r-lam in ,it.Hint' Ins |.r. viuiisK tiUtjMUUvtl in TIIUIAII.I IlKKfll.li. It I propose ! ||j,at th IIKU VI.Ii shall lie an 1I "'"9K it ailvocife of every lutercsl jicrlain*a«Jj south an I'alifoini.i atel Arl/on i, iui«l" V " "lons worker in nil things that shiv+l i. n.l '•' neht tiie stale. Ina worrHr'will he iii '•'""Voininuii.oil wilh tU |~ Us ~(-- (|- "'" ; > [' ''»»«• lo nnurwlll he too let nml''•'•*.f InteiT t u\ theiXritl.i nla Farmer, Mi - Aletchaiil, l,jri M ,rer, ami nil classes of l''«lic r-; mi l it mfffl mnm ( s,ntuln rending "'J rsuileil 1,, |iv....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

lICAN SALpON, I fitts tt, <»,,„,„Uf the h.<t tto>+. A I N HA S RiKTIKKp H JuMKrlitl oonteHt, lv Kpii-r to »ioMb to uioiv classical pursuit.-:, ■'i thy' stream ol' Ini placidly, ■Vol 01.l IiKUIKiK DA KIN, they ■million pri'pnti' thcVolloiv.iiK •»■»« ■ ■ -HV'I.W'H . . IK KMT -wi,—- . liH AND, ;*">'* on | lltn .r ue'.'! in »■..t■ H i • . 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, |>HVSI('IAN AN I) SUtUKON. uFFICK No. H Dnwany'M llliwk, up stairs. oc2-U DR. A. S. SHORB, [ JO.NKEOI'ATHM' PHYSICIAN. OFPK'R- Nearly opposite the I'osl CWttltf; lIKSIHKNCK No. CI Fnmkllii sireel. oc2-lf DR. H. 8. OR ME, JJH YSH'IAN AND SUROK.ON, uI'FICK ANIiHKsIDKXCF. In IjinfiuneoV RlllldlllK, No. 71 .Main street. i mice Hoiiis from in A. M.to 1 I. M.,and from •> to H I. M. raMHf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, j>HYSM lAN AND Si'RtiEON, IfKFKIK ANI) KKsIOKNCK In Ifclnsch's Block, i 'oiiimen'ial and I4M An< 'les stn-cls. Wj 'Sjtecial attentaiii paid lo diseases of Ihe KVK AND KAH. is-2-ll DR. J. W. OLIVER, J JOMIEO PATH IST. OFFICK AND HKHIDF.Nt'K .Spring street, opisisite the Mayor's 1 ntice. oc'.'-lptl D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MECH ANI (' A L, OPERAJ'IVE AND Sl'ltllKON DKNTIST. 4<PKK?K—:* S|iruiir slieri, ne\i to Flro KngLne House. oc'J-tl 11. K. S. O'Mha.VKNV, 11. T. lIA/.AKI). O'MELVENY A HAZARD, A TTO...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. JACKSON keeps ill! kinds <>i' Lumber, Shingles, Laths, DOORB, WINDOWS, BLINDS, I'oKtH, «li PLASTER PARIS, CoRNKR oF Alameda and First Streets. • •o.Vi in lp J. L. WARD * CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AMI Manufacturers Agents. AOKVrs Koi! LOUDON ASSUi AhtE CMPOMJION; UNION INSTANCE COMPANY Of SAN FHANCISCO; COMME' CIAL I MAM I INSURANCE COMPANY, (I omhined assets exceed ttI4.MM.4MMI IAUOCK'S Fl.iE EXTkHfitilSHEfi: BAKER « HAMILTON'!! MSMCULTUIAL MACHINEHY; THE CELEIHATE MAIN WAGON; SWAN IfIEWEHY CO.'S ALE AND OPhTEH. cc2-:mip ADAM A NELSON, Merchant Tailors, HAVING ESTABLISH El)THEMselves ut the ohl -land Of 1.. l»«<ter. opiMMllt* the l>«»«l-4»IM«-<>. MPRINU STRKKT, hiv ptCpftml to lill AI.I. OHDKKs In the Latest tk Most Fashionable Styles. A fine assortment ol Cassimeres, Vestings, Anit everything in tho line always on hand. Hi?'A CilHIl) FITOI'ARANTKKD IX AM. CAsKM. Oive us a i'hll. ocMnilp GRIFFITH,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. W KP 17 H j_ie LIFE INSURANCE CO. or t'Hit'Atiio, rLLINttIS. Cash Capital, . 81,000,000 BraiieheNlu all I lie Nlntesuf the I'liion. HAVINIi XOW CO M PLET E U the orgnnlMtton of our I*R«»ifi<» We lake pleasure in announcing that our Pacific l'oast Stockholders hnve elected the following well-known citizens ns officers of our PACTFIf! BRANCH! I'ri'Khhiil: oLIVKH KLDitliKH'.. I'iee- I'lmitlfnls: TH' IS. A, H\LL, WM. It. WHKATON A. L. OURNKY. Seci-etnry pro tern JAS. T. BOYD Utorney THOS. BROWN Tn-nsuri'r ORAM. BCRRF.LI Medical Kxninlner i£r#JWf7f*e ( Ot-VRR KLDRIIKiF, JOS. A. DoNOHOK, JAM. T. BO YD, OF.o. W. BF.AVFR, ! CHAS. IiCBKKLL, THOS. 8K1.1., K. 11. PKBRIN. fitrprtoriu ol.l\ XX ICLDRKDfJF.I.KLAND STANFORD OKO W. RKAVF.R, Tllos. BROWN, N. (S. KITTLK: C. CHBISTIANSKN, JOHN F. Mll.LKll, Tllos. IL SKLBY, .1 As. T. BOYD, B. F. MORROW, C. I. HBKNHAM, S. F. BI'TTKRWORTH M. D. SWKKNY, OKO. H. WHKATON, 1. FRIKDLANDKB, WM. BTRI.INO, A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL, lOS. A...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

SPANISH AND FjRENCH I,EWSO?S T W. INSTRUCTION IN ERKkcH AN l< ' 1 SPANISH will be given to classes in thu afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TEIt H S: I To v nut** at five or less, per lesson t2 UO Tn n eIMW of tiny number over Aye, per lesson j....:-.... $3 Ut) For further particulars, inipilnl nt the ofßce of the I,os Asoklks Hf.kai.D, ill Lludlev 4 Thompson, or ut the PWo House.l I.NIVKH.SITY OK CaI.IKUR.NIA, I DKPARTMENTof I.anijitaWkh. oaki.anii, July 11, 1572. , l Herewith I certify thill Miss Josephine »'Uid- ' ley hus been nst intent In my ilepnrtin- ,nt of (lie I'nivcrslty for five consecutive jtern, s ' v ' z: from September, lKTii, to April M, W2. ) )l ""'nK this time she studied the French, Hie f»WM»t»n und the German languages, obtaining "'ways the highest murks for proficiency nnd t'ttendunec, her avcrnge credit murk for live P*WM being per cent. * On entering the University, Miss l„nu'»*'> possessed already such knowledge of tii¥. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

Man prdinises, but Qod disjnises. The HnuA proposed to furnish its readers with very complete dispatches, even in it« first Issue, but the wires are down, and not one word has come from the nhrth.

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An Introductory Word. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

An Introductory Word. With this number, begins the publication of a} newspaper. To accord with custom, a few introductory words are necessary. he purjHises and plans of the are briefly, and we hope fully, statf*d in tlie Prospectus, published in another column. The watchword of tihe Hkkai.u will be Truth; lhe basis lupon which it w ill be published wi|l l»e Facts. It will strive earnffstiy for the greatest good to the Wreatest number. It believes that a lonian Is S man, he lie rich or poor, of Mgfa of low degree. The 'hief aim will not he consistency; to-day, it will say what it deems io hg right, and what it thinks will acthe greatest giaid. But If, 10-ne >rM vw | further developments or matijfpf thought shall prove the fallacy •' ! to-tlay's position, there will be no I.Vsitancy in throwing it aside. Tin? Hkraui is not, nor will it be, the ori.an of any man or set of men. No one shall ever *say or feel that he . ni: , i it, except so far as he is w orktoi the good of al...

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The Abuse of the Franchise. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

The Abuse of the Franchise. N.) greater obstacle to tbe attainment of political purity exists than the corruption, of the masses, or what may be termed the abuse of the franchise. Legislation, hitherto, has proved ineffectual, and the Bribery Act is but a mild cheek on the unlimited traffic in votes amongst us. From Minnesota to Texas King Dollar reigns supreme. Nothing arrests his progress, no one is aide to resist his influence. The very efforts made by our legislators to check briberyabet it. As the Penal Code provid/s at present, both buyer and seller Are equally amenable to punishment; both alike are liable to fine or incarceration. Justice holding her scales, discovers no difference In the guilt of the tempter and the tempted, si long as the latter falls. This it is that defeats her ends. Both, being equally guilty, are of a necessity •.-t|ually tongue-tied: neither dare the liuyer criminate the seller, nor the • "vi!.-; i voter his purchaser Were tlu masses unpurchasable, pol...

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The San Fernando and San Jose Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

The San Fernando and San Jose Railroad. The fifty miles of railroad now being laid will he completed as rapidly as. possible. To-day, not less than 161 miles of the track arc finished, and within a month the whole business of Han Fernando will he done over rails. Thi* means, practically, that tw hours staging will he avoided, and a whole day's freighting of bullion, etc., done away with, On completion of the line to San Fernando, it will be extended to San Jose, and the entire force of hands will go on the eastern line. The contract expires next February, before which time the entire line will he in working order, aa required by law. The Anaheim line is now graded as ftiax I>)s Nietos, !he iron is on it, and the cars grill be running a month hence. The whole work, under the suIntandi no* of ■'01. Hyde, has been prom pu i »8t c ergetieally. Every mile of railroad which is graded, laid and ironed, ties the country through which it passes, firmly and indissolubly to this. Th...

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The Judicial Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

The Judicial Election. In a short half month, occurs lhe judicial election. Full ticketsare in the field, and their parti/.ans already urge their merits upon tlie voters. ThellKitAi.D begins its life too late in the canvass, and its editors have too little ae* (piaintance with the merits anti demerits of the eatulidates.to permit its taking any active part. Vet, it, at such a period as this, a newspaperdid not urge every voter to consider the essentials which make a good judicial officer, and, with these in view, to make up his ticket, it would be n uiiss in its duty. Kvcry Judge should possess unimpeachable integrity, and a pure, unbiased logical mind. Neither integrity alone, nora keen, penetrating intellect, makes | good judge, but a union of these Is necessary. The mind of Lord Bacon was logical; it could detect errors and subtleties as none other could; it could systematize and analyze; but It could throw out the false and weigh the true: but it lacked one essential. Lord Bacon...

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The Last of the Modoc War. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

The Last of the Modoc War. t aptaln Jack, Shack Nasty Jim/jtnd their fellow redskins are to Ik- exe-' rated Friday. Hy their Insurrection, nearly a hundred lives were lost, some of them Illustrious and able citizens, and many homes were made desolate. Wrongs, which should never have been conunilted, were the cause, primarily, of this slaughter. An Indian Is human In his nature: if he is wronged, he w ill reU'l; if he is cheated, he will seek redress; if he is pressed to Hawaii, he will tight. Once amused, he directs his fury alike against the innocent and guilty of tho oppressing race. If those only suU'eicd, who did the wrong; if Indian agents, Indian traders, and Indian stealers, alone, suffered the vengeance, arising from the wrongs they commit, it would matter little. Hut it It not so; of those who were guilty against the Modocs, it is safe to say, not one sutl'ercd the vengeance Inflicted. Two wrongs do not make one rightA wrong to them justifies not a wrong in return. The soon...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

Pacific Coast News. Samuel Buckley is the new cashier of tlie Bank of San Diego. Tlie San Diegnnsare to be lighted by gas. The railroad home. Occident, has heatel) Goldsmith Maid's liest California time. Articles of incoroomtjoii of the Walhtpai Mining aiaVSffnug Company, to operate in Ari/fthu, have been tiled. Capital, SdJ^hOh. Mr. bodkins is in Sau Diego, looking into tlie Sonora land titles. Pile-driving for the Tex as-Pacific railroad water front is going on at Sau Diego. Tweed, the notorious, is still iv San Francisco. Capt. Edward Higgins, formerly of the I. S. Navy, has been appointed Inspector of vessels nnd general a Hit it's of the Pacific Mail. He arrives in San Francisco this month. The death <>! Oregon \.\'ilson, of typhoid fever, at Santa Barbara, occurred lust week. The deceased was an artist of most hrilliant promise. An American by birth, be had just returned from several years' residence in Europe, where lie completed and perfected his studie...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. I Special to ihe I.os Angeles Hernld.j SAN DIECO. The Tide In ml NqiiMhble The Nhii IHejsnns I rule The Military 'I'elejcraph The Judicial 4 hiiviinh The I Hues* of ■lon. Win. V IfoMiismi I'mgrrw ol lheTe«n« FnriUc. San Dikgo, Oct. 1. At a mass meeting of the citizens of San Diego, lielii last night, resolutions were passed unanimously requesting Governor Booth and Attorney Heneral Love, to enter an ap|>enranco of the State in tlie condemnation suit of the Texas and Pacific Railway Company for right of way. This is for the right of way over tide lands on the north above of the bay, and the feeling manifested last night Indicates the good will of the city and company toward each ot her. The resolutions also condemn the reports telegraphed to the San Francisco and Sacramento papers from Ijos Angeles, and there is no foundation for such statements. The Military Telegraph is const fueled to a point Sol miles east of here The Pacific Mail steamer is ho...

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