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The Herald Dispatches. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

The Herald Dispatches. The morning cotemporary makes faces and scolds madly. It publishes about two-thirds of the dispatches which the Herald does, faleifies in regard to the matter, and institutes a omparison which it is hoped by the Herald its readers will make. If they do they will be wiser and know the foundation upon which this paper based its assertion. The editors of the Herald may not have arrived at the dignity and experience of Nestor, they may not " have made their best hits on Forney's Prr.w," and been private Secretary to his Excellency, President Johnson, but they do get up the best paper in Los Angeles county, and the people do not require their age. They want the paper. The proprietors of the Herald are not in the press arrangement with other papers. They get their dispatches almost entirely from another collector of news. Of course, a 9 news is likely to be the same, whether published in the Herald or its contemporary, and the source of information is the 9anie in S...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
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LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. Los Nietos, Nov. ft, 1873. Editor Herald:—Previous to the advent of the Herald in Los Angeles, the outside world seldom heard of Los Nietos, which is the granary of Los Angeles county. I believe that more than half the grain produced in the county is raised in this section. When other parts of the country are parched and look bare, Los Nietos reminds one of "Those flelds arrayed in living given And rivers of delight." Old Gabriel must be proud of his rivers, and no doubt he will shed a tear when he will have to blow that blast that will dry them up forever. Their waters have made Los Nietos the garden spot of the world. The "happy valley" described in Johnson's Kasselas, where everything grew with such luxuriance, and where ripe fruit fell from the trees every month in the year, is realized in Los Nietos. Apple trees frequently bear three crops a year, and semi-tropical fruits thrive, AVith very little care vegetables can be raised every month in the year....

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

Late Telegrams. EY4 I.INIVM.Y TO TIIE Hl.lt A I,l>. Patticulars of the Failure ot the Construction Company of the Texas Pacific Railroad Co. Belief that its Affairs will be Satisfactorily Arranged. The Trial of "Boss" Tweed. Republican Triumphs in Minnesota and Massachusetts. The Democrats Successful in New York and Virginia. ILLINOIS is UOi iiT. The Louisiana and Tennessee Troubles. PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, Oct. •">.—A lute edition of last evening's Telegraph says the California and Texas Construction Company, engaged in building by contract the Texas Pacific Railroad, is unable to meet its paper maturing today. The recent financial condition of the company has rendered it impossible for it to realize ready cash on its assets, although they are very largely in excess of its liabilities, Over $3,000,000 of its paper, most of it endorsed by prominent stockholders, went to protest. The liabilities of the Construction Company are reported to be $4,500,000 in no...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. t'.Xt I.I'SIVF.I.Y TO THE IIKHAI.D. SAN FRANCISCO. More liilniinaiGiy !>>' HUip CnptaiiiM Kniii Arrest of the First Officer or Hie "Sunrise" Stocks .... tie.. Etc. Sax Francisco, Nov. 5. J. A Johnston, cook on board the ship 8. S. Thomas, has lodged a complaint in the I'nited States Court against Captain Eastman, for cruel and inhuman treatment towards himself during the passage from Callao. He says the Captain knocked five of his teeth down Ins throat with a capstan bar. A warrant was issued for the arrest of Eastman. A girl named Mary McOerrity, residing on Mason street, cut off two of the fingers of her left hand, with a small hatchet this evening. She was splitting some wood for kindling at the time tho accident occurred. There were several slight sprinkles of rain here during the day. Tonight is cloudy and warm. Officers McDonough and McDermott received information about 5 o'clock this afternoon that Farrell, alias Harris, the lirs...

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Rent Estate Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

Rent Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the 21 hours ending at I o'clock, Nov. 5(1 1, IS7!, as reported for the Daily Hkhai.u by judsori & Gillette, Searchers of Records for Los Ang'des county: David Snow to Norman c. John—Lund on Mao Undo street, Los Angelea city; *17,5nu. Wm. H. Nordliolt to a. it. Neldecken— Dease of lot corner of Main and First streets, for two years, at a real per month of $10. Santa Gertrude Lund Association to Samuel Center—E ii of SE '~ sec. 15, Tp 8, SRI2W, S. B. M.j S4O. Alexander Weill to Mary C. Center—E '.of lot lv, sec. 90, ofthe Aiusa de Duante Rancho; 1600. Wm. A. Rowland, Sherifl", to Colicepciou Lopez de Palomaivz-Certificate of sale on foreclosure on 1,720 acres of the Rancho de San Jose; $1,»S0. Anita Unci na to Pio Pico—Lot in city of Los Angeles. Description uncertain; MBB. Prudent Heaudry to.). A. Drown—Lot No. 8, In Ballestera's Vineyard tract; Ifigfi, The Leroy-Duret troupe were rehearsing, last night, the iduy of Ja...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

WOLFENSTEI NS'S Jk. IT r r And Photographic Gallery The Best Pictures of every Description. Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged. Best Artists Employed. Best facilities in the City. All work AY arranted. rpHE FORT STREET MARKET, Fort Street, batween Fourth and Fifth Streets, Where can be found ut nil limes, choice STEAKS, ROASTS, CHOPS, KtO., Which Will In* sold ut reasonable rates, STRICTLY lor CASH! "'MEATS DELIVERED In ull purls of the city, FREE OF CHARGE. (M-.11-lm M. A. COBIiER, Proprietor. FOR CO! XA'II.MAX. Please unnounee me us a candidate for tiie Common Council from the First Ward, at the ensuing municipal election. A. K. WARNER J. 11. SAUNDKKS, M. I). OK. F. lIKINZ F.MAN, P. 0) J. B. SAUNDERS & CO., AND CHEMISTS, 74 MAIN STREET, LOS ANUEI.EH. The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the PUREST DRCGH and PATENT MEDICINES or ull kinds, tw Prescriptions oaretully compounded day and night. ocJ>lm3p

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society Fair COMMENCING OS MONDAY. NOVEMBER 10.1873. And continuing through the wick. Unexceptionable Speed Programme, nn m c he sy i ll be splendid £ Knees every day uxcepl liUDAY. which im Ml apart Tor in EQUESTRIAN TOURNAMENT, In which EIGHT ladies, with Escorts, will purl Iclpute, and an exhibition, of* Blooded Gri*Odod on iii.' racing days the finest Horse* in the District will appear, and also tin' Superb Fiyer, Target, (»!• SAN 1 HAM ISCO. The Altmag >rs have spared no pains to make Mi if Eatf I lie most attractive tiling of the kind thai has everfakeh place io Southern Call""X r r thus Wi> k, EVERY EVENING, there will be a (irand AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL ARTICLES. Tou BTuiAetPOiiM lo Mention. This wm a grand feature last year, and the Hall waa crowded (-wry even lug, There will be muslceverj night this year.and tin-Hail Will he well lighted. At mi times there will be v Superintendent and Watchman in attendan...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.:, S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND O 1» B > I > «3r —OF— FALL & WINTER GOODS -ONMonday, Nov. 3, 1873, COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OF Dry Goods, Fancy GoodsGlothing, fONSISTI.NU IN I»A HT OF 53 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, At 50 < 'eats per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, Al SO Cents per Yard; 00 Piocos Plain Satin de Chine, Al MM Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At Cents per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Black do, At 62% Cents per Yard. —ALSO — 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, i» different qualities; 25 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redlngote Cloth, Draps d'Eto, Etc., Etc. ALSO. FULL LINKS OK Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALSOThe IO- en lost Novelty of the Ncasou. Imported exprcHMly for this market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Ktc....

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

FOR SALE TO LET. EL RANCHO DE LOS FELIZ, The property of LEON BALDWIN, containing about 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of grazing land, ""'I I 200 acres of hill land, •p.; MILES FROM THK CITY. There nre two large and well fwrnUaed houses, filled up with all modern improvements, on the ranch; one of which stands in the center of a large and beautiful garden, approached by a private road. The river flows at the foot of the meadows adjacent lo Ihe housiyind game of every kind is abundant all over tiie ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick, and has accommodations for . he milk of ISO cows,and the corrals, lUtblea,mi I-hul Id 1 ngs, etc., are all in perfect order. There are six miles of good post and plank fencing on the property, and Ihe situation isoneol the loveliest in southern California. TERMS —One-third cash, one-third in six months, and the balance at one, two or three years, bearing interest at one per cent, per month, at Ihe option of the purchaser. tt«l. The title to the...

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The Murder at the Encino. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

The Murder at the Encino. Yesterday, an old man nnd his son named O'Neal were arrested, one near Major ISanford's, and the other at the Knclno Ranch. They were both lodged in jail, and make the following statements: The old man is an Inoffensive, honest, harmless old fellow, and spoke With trembling and anxious words. On the evening of the day before the murder 1 met the Indian orOalifornian who was murdered. I would have hired him to drive bogs, but I saw he was drunk and did not. 1 then passed on. The next morning, widle going back after the hogs remaining at the old camp, with 11 Welehmaa who is now with the hogs, 1 saw a man lying by the roadside, and called to him, but he would not answer. 1 went on, and as 1 went over the ridge near by my old camp I saw a Mexican, riding up the cafion, and called to him. He did not stop; but after we had camped, and while we were making coffee, he returned, and 1 asked him it lie would help me to start my hogs over the ridge. He said "yes," an...

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COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. I'll i r I Olty. At the roll-call, few failed to answer 1 here.' Yesterday, only three teachers were absent. Critics' report was made, and was most humorous and appropriate. Mr. Morgan and Mrs. Dußoiswore appointed critics for the coming year. A discussion concerning "Music in our public schools" was made by Mr. Saxe. He presented li is method, and said he thought every one ought to he able to learn and teach the simple rudiments of music. Pupils who once get a start, and have musical talents, when once started, will go along very favorably. Pupils should take cure and not get the words 'do, re, mi,' instead of the sound, which they represent. Mr. Butterlield, Mr. Morgan, Mrs. Dußois, Miss liixby and Mr. Dunsmore discussed the question of doing away in teaching with the words 'do, re, ml. 1 The general feeling was against their use, or the continued use of any one system. Mr. Tonner suggested a breathing exercise, and an explanation was made by Mr. Saxou ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS Of* LOS ANffICLES. Capital $500,000 JOHN (i. DOWNEY Pkkkiuknt I. W. HELLMAN » Cashikh Exchange for sale on San Frniielsco, New York, London. Dublin. Frankfort, Fnrls and Berlin, Kamhtirx. Receives Deposits und Issues Its certificates. I!u.\s and sells Legal Tenders, Government, state. County and City Bonds. Will also pay the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. Prom nnd after this date, on all moneys left as term deposits, interest will be allowed. I/m Angeles, July 1, 1871. ix-2-lm THE BANK. W.M. WORKMAN. v. l\ f, TEMPLE. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, HATVKEHS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, Receive DSfMSttS, issue their Certitlcates and transact a UKNKBAI. BANKIN4J l!l SI M SN. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LiMITEOI. AT SAN FRANCISCO. Exchange for sale on New York, Iluiiiburjj, London, 1 ley It a mid l'nriis, aVrmilcfort. I.eeul Tenders, Bui lion, Gold Dust and Government,State,County and (Ilty Bonds liought and Sold. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

WANTS. | Wants published at the rub' of a l , cents per line lor each Insertion, or 111 cents per line for three Insertions. No advertisement under this bead taken fur less than 2"> cents.) WANT E D —A SITUATION AS book-keeper or writer In an office; good reference given. Address "X," at this office; nov4"'.lt WANTED— A YOUNG MAN' who writes a good hand, and Is n thorough book-keeper and accountant, wants employment. Is willing to work bard. Inquire at BR( HhHICK'B Book Store. nov4»:tt WANTED— A MIDDLE AGED lady wishes a situation in the country us housekeeper. The entire charge desired. Address Hkrai.d office. 110.1-SI" "WANTED—A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, IS W lo 18 years old, lor a hotel. Apply at Ibis office. ocafctt WANTED— A SITUATION AS LADIES' NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of Bprlng|and Fourth streets. ocifr*ot WANTED— A YOUNG MAN OF good business ability, who can (five first-class reference, wants employment in or near the city. Apply to Postmaster Bent. <...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. THE HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, LOS AN6ELES. THE attention of the business community at I/os Angeles city and county Ik Invited to the faclllGes of this office for executing every description of BOOK & JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner In which a great part of the Job Printing in Southern California has hitherto been executed, the proprietors of this establishment have determined to Institute a new order of things In this business. A NEW POWER PRESS, (the first to reach this far south on the Pacific (Y>as(), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or In colors, is nlready running, and lv a few weeks will be driven by STEAM POWER, which will also be attached to their new and ELEGANT •Tol> Presses. The facilities for turning out work wlllithus be equal to most and superior to many offices In San Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP 7>T E W TYPE AND* ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUGHT, REAL ESTATE, 9 SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL Estate In all sections of Ihe I'nlon. Has large tracts lor sale In Southern Cal 1 tin nin. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homed, Stock Ranges. Sheep Rangfi, Vineyard, Orchard*. City Home*, Of all kinds and at all prices. Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHEIt STOCK. A PERPETUAL FAIR, where the best, products of thecountry will be freely put on exhibition, to which all persona are not only Invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them lo unite their capital and energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate in tbe worid. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and see if we cannot astonish the world. Also, r...

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MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

MURDER. A whisper soft and low, A face, with angry glow, A start, a word, a blow. A ringing shot, a cry, A quiv'ring form, a sigh, A fixed and glazing eyo. A song, a prayer to save, A coffin rude, a grave Where pine trees sigh and wave, Made deep by stranger hand, Where mountains, white and grand, Like ghosts, eternal Stand. No muttering thunders deep, Shall ever wake thy sleep, Nor mourners come to weep; Nor bitter tears be shed, When skies are purpling red, Above thy lowly bed, Weep, weep, ye night dews o'er; Deep,deep ye wild winds roar; sleep, sleep to wake no more! I • » 0 G Remorse, and sorrow vain - A brow all dark with pain - A brand—another Cain!

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HARD SUMS-ARE THE CHILDREN TAUGHT RIGHTLY? [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 November 1873

HARD SUMS-ARE THE CHILDREN TAUGHT RIGHTLY? An exasperated parent overflows into the columns of the Philadelphia Bulletin: In common of thousands of other parents who desire that their children shall at least keep up with the average boy and girl, I find myself obliged to spend my evenings in teaching school, doing what I pay others to do during the daytime, and in order that my youngsters may be able to go and recite at school, spending my leisure hours, and the sleepy ones, in trying to fix in their poor, little, weary brains the names of almost unknown rivers in some out of the way portion of the globe, or in trying to explain the important and eminently practical fact that 237 1-7 dollars is 2-7 of 9 times what A paid for his horse, and the horse cost J of \ of % as much as his carriage—something no doubt, that every child ought to know, provided his parents teach it to him. We all know that we make just such calculations as this fifty times a day, and never think of coming at a ...

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