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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 November 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. THURSDAY ....NOVEMBER 6, 1873. I). A. Mokdon has been appointed Traveling Agent for the Herald. He will start to-morrow morning on a canvassing tour, and will be in Ana heim on Friday and Saturday, and its vicinity next week. He will receive and receipt for subscription to the Daily and Weekly Herald. 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, a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 November 1873

CITY AND SUIIIJItIIH. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. K. M. Widney, Ulstrlot Judge itu Judicial District, composed of Loa Angeles nty. Court meets in February, May, August and November. Ignaulo Repiitvcdn, County Judge. Court Commissioner, .I.e. Howard. stat,- Senator, n. D. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Tho*. D. Molt and Asa Kills. Sheriff, Wm. ft. Rowland) Under Shorlll, Albert D. Johnston; 1 totally sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. County ( In k, A. W. Potts; Deputies, c. W. Could and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, C. ES. Thorn; Assistant, ES. M. Bona. county Treasurer, Thomas ''• Bowan. Superintendent of Public Schools, William McPadden. Public Administrator, Oeorge WTfaon. Connty Surveyor, r. Deeouvreur. County Assessor, D, Botlllcr. i 'oroner, roaeph Kurtz. County Board of Supervisors Chairman, H. E'orsmnn; A. L Bush, E*. Palomares, s. it. Caswell, CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J. ft. Toberman. Marshal, J. B. Wolfe. Treasurer, Oeorge it. Butler. Attorney, A. w. Mutton, clerk, m. Kremer. Surveyor, Willi...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 November 1873

X §>mUt Srratd. 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! HARD SUMS-ARE THE CHILDREN TAUGHT RIGHTLY? An exasperated parent overflows in to 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, doi...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 November 1873

VOLUME I. N Published eve,, morning except Monday, l>V THE IILKAI.i) PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE Herald Steam liitok and Job Prill tiny House, Spring street, opposite the I' lllt'f House. TERMS: P ft annum, l,y mail or express *I 0 six months " " v Three months '• " • 3 Delivered hy carrier.-, per week 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. A SUGGESTION ABOUT DAIRIES. Editor Herald: In your Issue of the 23d ult. was published an able ar ticle entitled "Lot Angeles County— its Resources, etc." While fully coin ciding with the writer us regards said resources, [ wish to call attention to what I believe is destined to become, sooner or later, one of the leading in terests of .Southern California. I refer to dairying) OT the establishment of factories for the Miiiiiila' -cure of Butter nn I tliocse, More particularly cheese. Here we pOMcaa unusual facilities for the estab lishment ol* a series of factories that will not only supply our home con sumption of this article, but ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 November 1873

s£o,s JUqclcs ficraW. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1873. D. A. Gordon has been appointed Traveling Agent for the Herald. He will start to-morrow morning on a canvassing tour, and will he in Ana heim on Friday and Saturday, and its vicinity next week. He will receive and receipt for subscription to the Daily and Weekly Herald. What Los Angeles Needs. There is nothing in which our citizens have greater reasons tohave faith than in the salubrity and heathfulness of our climate. Any tangible business scheme, the success of which is predi cated upon that fact, ought to com mand their confidence. That our cli mate is unequaled as a sanitarium for invalids is unquestioned. That its fame as such is far-extended is daily evidenced by the numbers of invalids and valetudinarians who are coming into our midst. There is no use in trying to disguise the fact that we are illy prepared for this great influx of strangers. Already our leading hotels, ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 November 1873

CITY ATV» NUBU BBS. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Co!lowing In ii Ital of Oranges in 1.0.i An geles county! silver-l.iis' Nletos .!. 11. Burke, Muster; P.. I!. W'ylie, Secreteit. Comptou A, ItlfrWe, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretin v. F,l Monte—o. C. Glbbs, Mrwterj J, 11. dray, Seeratary. Enterprise—Los Angeles —T. C. Alexander, Master; W. T, Henderson, Secy. Rureka—Spadru—l'. ('. Toiuier, Master; Jos. Wright, Secretary, Fulrview- Anaheim—Edward Kvcy, Master; .1. P. Taylor, Secretary. Frultlaiid -Tttstin city—A. H. Hay word, Mai ler; K. H. Nicola, Secretary. Los Angeles-- 1\ A. Carey, Master; T. I). Ran* cock, Secretary. I. is Nietos-K. 11.11 nt ii il< ill, Master; J. R, Mar i|iiis, Secretory. New River—Los Nletos—R. B. Qnthrle, Mas ter; i>. s. Wordlow, Secretary, i irange- -Richland—Thomas Brown, Master; J, w, Anderson, Secretary, Azusa—M. W. Miin.v, Master;.l. C, Preston, Secretary, Florence—H. fllbson, Master; Win, Porter, secretary tkr. Silk Velvet Hats at $» An; silk Finish Velvete...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 November 1873

£Os Jtugetcsi grratd. THE GOOD OF AGRICULTURE. The following is an abstract of George H. Taylor's address at the Pet aluma Fair: He commenced by stating that from the dawn of man's existanee to the present, no profession or occupation has been so conducive to the physical, moral or mental development of man as that of agriculture. The strongest, hardiest and noblest speeimans of life are found in the rural districts. He said that the developments made in the science of agriculture during the last forty years are a matter of pro found wonder and astonishment, ami referred with pride to the fact that nine-tenths of all these improvements are the projects of the genius of the people of the United States. Taylor next depicted the primitive days of ag riculture down to the present date, and at the same time made some very forcible remarks relative to social life then and now. He claimed that one man with the appliances now within his reach, can do as much farm work as twenty men could fo...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published rye,,, morning except Monday, THE II Lit AID IMMMTVC COM I* A AY. OKEICE Herald Mtenta Honk and Jek Print lions,-. Spring street, opposite the Court Rouse, TKlt.Ms,: P t annum, by mail or express 11l six months » »< h Three months " " • ;t Delivered by carriers, per week, a?> cents Advertisement* inserted at liberal rates. MENTAL DIETETICS. A Lecture Delivered Thursday Evrnfng. No vember 6. 1873, belore the Teachers' As sociation. The mind grown hy what it feeds up on. The abundance or poverty of nu tation in the meiitul food, a man as similates, builds up, or (hunt's his in tellectual stature. The diil'ereuces among mankind, are the results of the differences in the nourishment on which their minds feed. All civilisa tion is an Illustration of what can he accomplished by feeding the human mind. All barbaric and savage life is an illustration of mental ami moral starvation. Education is a process of man tattling hy means of careful and nutritious mental ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

gloss SirraM. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1873. The body of teachers which have just disbanded was in every way an honor to the county and community in which they live. Few counties of an older and more pretentious charac ter make a better showing at their Institute than Lis Angelesut this, the last and hest. The watch bestowed by the teachers of Los Angeles County upon the retir ing Superintendent was a testimonial well deserved. Mr. McFadden, hy his kind, genial and smiling face, made sunshine in the schools wherever he went, and by his drive and energy he has stirred up emulation. LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. Los Nietos, Nov. 0, 1873. Editor Herald:—No news that would interest your many readers. Weather clear and pleasant. Farmers are busy harvesting their corn crops, consequently our streets are scarce of teams, and our merchants are watch ing with longing eyes for customers. The Los Nietos railroad is finished to the Nietos dep...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

CITY ATV» SUBURBS. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following is a lis! of Granges 111 Los An gelas county: Silver- Log Nlctos-.1. 11. Burke, Muster; E. 11. Wvlle, Secretery. Compton—A. High!?, Muster; .1. A. Walker, Secretary. Rl Monte—G, c. atbbn, Master; J, 11. Ornjr, Sec Hilary. Enterprise--Lou Angeles —T. t. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka—Spudra— P. C. Tonner, Master; .Ins. Wright, secretary. Fairvlew- Anaheim -Edward Rvcy, Master; J, D. Taylor, Secretary. Rrultland—Tustiu city -A. H. Hayward, Mas ter; E. B. Nlools, Secretary. Los Angeles -T. A. Galey, Master; T.D, Han eoek, Secretary. Eos Nielos-E. B. Grandon, Master; J. E. Mar quis, Secretary. N'W llivcr-Los Nletos- It. B. Guthrie, Mas ter; I), s. Wanllow. Secretary. orange—Richland -Thomas Brown, Master; .1. W. Anderson, secretary. AlUsa— M. W. Maxy, Master; .! c. Preston, Secretary. Florence—lf. Gibson, Master; Wn. Porter, Secretary iftirsilk Velvet Hats at *> So| Sill: Finish Velveteen Hats at si SO] Velvet Hals ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

£00 3Un,cles SeraM. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1873. The body of teachers which have just disbanded was in every way an honor to the county aud community in which they live. Few counties of an older and more pretentious charac ter make a better showing at their Institute than I,os Alleles at this, the last and best. The watch bestowed by the teachers of Los Angeles County upon the retir ing Superintendent was a testimonial well deserved. Mr. McFaddeu, by his kind, genial and smiling face, made sunshine in the schools wherever he went, and by his drive and energy he has stirred up emulation. LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. Los Nietos, Nov. 0, 1873. Editor Herald:—No news that would interest your many readers. Weather clear and pleasant. Farmers are busy harvesting their corn crops, consequently our streets are scarce of teams, and our merchants are watch ing with longing eyes for customers. The Los Nietos railroad is finished to the Nl...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

£0* $ttaM. CITY AND SUBURBS. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following Is :i list of Oranges In Los An geles count v: Silver—Loa Nletos—J, EL Burke, Master; E. It. Wvlie, Seerctery. Compton—A. Hlgblc, Master; t. A. walker, .Secretary. Xl Monte—(L c. Qibtw, Master; J. 11, (fray, Secratary. Enterprise—Los Angeles —T. C. Alexander, -Muster; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka—Spadra— P. C. Tonner, Master; .los. Wright, Secretary. Falfvfew—Anaheim —Edward Rvey, Master; J. D. Taylor, Secretary. Frnltland —Tustlll City -A. B. llayward, Mus ter; E. B. Nleols, Secrelary. Los Angeles T. A. Uarey, Master; T. D. Han cock, Secretary. Los Nletosß.(lrandon, Master;.!. E. Mar nuta, Secretary. Now River-Los Nletos 11. B. Guthrie, Mas ter; i). s. Wardiow. Secretary, Orange—Richland -Thomas brown, Master; .1. W. Anderson, secretary. Asu-oi—m. w. Maxy, Master;.!, c. Preston, Secretary. Florence—H. Gibson, Muster; Wm. Porter, Secrelary «MT.sllk Velvet Hals at *» 50; Sill; Finish Velveteen Hatsat M HO; Velvet Hats at »...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 November 1873

f n* 3,tu)elr$ $kald. For the Herald. THE NICE YOUNG MAN. A little hair upon Its chin A smirk upon each teat ure; In truth it was a very In- Terestntg little creature. He had a little hat to wear, And played upon the fiddle; He smelled of musk -his scented hair Was parted In the middle. He had a most engaging smile, A Up as sweet ns honey. His coat was of the latest style And cost a heap of money. The gaudy little vest he wore Set many hearts to nchlng; His trowsers spoiled n yard <»r more Of broadcloth in the making. With little patent leather lioots His little cane a twisting; His mustache like a bold " piroot's " Waxed, upward fiercely curling. His studs were of tbe purest gold, He wore a Byron collar, His tie was gorgeous to behold, And cost at least a dollar. His little hands, with little rings, Olearned bright with gems assorted; And many precious little things This little creature sported. And when he held a lady's fan And made v love confession, He did it like a little ma...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 November 1873

VOLUME I. i- Published eve,, morning nxcppl Monday, by TME MMM4lift PMVTIXU (Oill AW. OFFICE- Herald SI cam It.vol, mil Job I*riiitin;;' House. Hpting street, opposite the court House. TERMS: Pol annum, by mail or express |H six months •• '• ti Three months " " ■ :i Delivered hy carriers, per week, '£> cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. MENTAL DIETETICS. A Lecture Delivered Thursday Evening. No vember 6, 1873, before the Teachers' As sociation, by J. M. Guinn. [Continued.] Rut, to return from this digression. I doubt whether there are very many college graduates who, having out grown the foibles of their youth, ever write the abbreviation for Master of Arts after their name without being struck with a sense of Its utter inap propriateness to them. That a few badly preserved Greek myths or Latin quotations should make any man mat ter of any art is simply ridiculous— and, indeed, this is about all that is left of our classical learning after v few years of knocking abo...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 November 1873

£Eo.s frftgtttj §rtf*M. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. BNUDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1878. The Cas Question. There seems to be a misunderstand ing in regard to the gas question. The Common Council rejected the propo sal of the Gas Company, because it would give a franchise beyond their term of office. There is no doubt, in fact, we have been informed by several Councilmen that had the time been one year instead of live it would have accepted it. Six dollars is a high pries there is no doubt of this. But the city ought to be lighted even at this price, if it cannot be done cheaper. But it would seem inexpedient to contract for a a long time, just at present. There is talk, and it is somewhat prob able that a company to furnish gaso line lights will soon make a proposal to the Common Council to light the city. If a previous term contract be made, the Council will not be nt lib erty to accept this. It is said that this gasoline gas will only cost $3 50 per thousand fe...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 November 1873

CITY A.TVD rSI IJI 'U US PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Followingis a lis! rtt' Gru:i'r #In Los An tele* county! Silver—Los Ni"t.)H -J. IL Burke, Master; B. '{. \\'\ Ii", S'MT'itery: CotjiWm A. iJlgpl-, M;i-.;cr; J. A. Walker, seeivtar}. Xl Mont*—U. f . Olbbo, Master; .T. fT. Gray, Beerotnry. Enterprise •Lou Angeles—T. c. Alexander, Master; w. T. Hetidersou, Hee'y. Dure!: a - spadru — I', t'. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright, seerotn-y. Krtlrvlew— Anaheim—-Edward Evoy, Muster; J. i>. Taylor, Secretary. FraltUnd—Tustln City—A. IS. Wayward, Mus ter! E. B, Nlcols, Secretary, L>h Angeles- -T. A. Oarey, Ma-sl ; T.D. Han cock, secretary. I n Nietos—E. B. Orandon, Master; J. E. Mar quis, Secretary. New ltlvor-Los Nlctos—R. B. fjuttirte, Mns lor; D. S. WardlOW. Secretary. Orange— tllehland—Thomas Biown, Muster; J, \v. Anderson, Secretary. A/.usa-M, W. Maxy, Master; J. C, Preston, Secretary. Florence—R. Qlbson, Master; Win. Porter, Secretary dire c Tom~67~q • ff IC E RS. It. M. Wldney, District Judg...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 November 1873

%>*$ J&ngtlf* 3fteratd. NEWS LETTER MONSTROSITIES. The News Letter affords every week material for two or three pleasant clip pings. Long before the Danbury News commenced its humorous chapter of accidents, the wit of the News Letter wm an established fact, and when Danburv humor is numbered among things of the past and lies side by side with the "squibob" papers, no doubt the town crier will bowl us lustily aud virulently as ever. Said Mrs. Jinks on her return from church: "When I see the shawls of those Johnsons, and then think of what I have to wear, if it was not for the consolations of religion, I don't know what I would do." We like to record the eccentricities of rich men. Therefore, while the dispensers of the Lick Observatory fund are setting people by the ears by locating it in all sorts ot inaccessible and impossible places, Mike Reese, that most public spirited of citizens, is engaged in putting down the tailors, in blacking a tailor's eye—in short, is trying to c...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published eve, j morning except Monday, by Till: HUttALD ritivrivo COMPANY, OFFICE Herald Steam Bee* anl Joh i*i i iii iii i Holme. Spring street, opposite the ('oiirt (louse, TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express ?io si k months " " *i Three mouths " " • •'! Delivered by carriers, per week, 28 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rales. MENTAL DIETETICS. A Lecture Delivered Thursday Evening, No vember G, 1873, before the Teachers' As sociation, b.y J. M. Guinn. (Concluded.] Nor was it much better in Latin. Cicero would have sworn bigger oaths than he ever hurled al a Cut aline, and Horace have drank himself drunker upon old Taterlen, could they have heard us making their good Latin into bad English. Even Socrates, the "childlike ami bland," would have been provoked to profanity, (andevery classical student knows that he could not swear), could behave heard our version of his famous set to with the sophists. The bringing out of the beauties of the classics depends ve...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1873

£o<s airraid. WEDNESDAY', NOV. 11, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Let us Preserve our History. The history of Los Angeles, from its early settlement by the Jesuits to the present day, would till a large quarto voluiue,and if properly written by some person competent to undertake tin task, would be extremely interesting reading. Its romance and stirring epocs, the legends and traditions of its early history, its capture from the Mexicans by the American troops, and its frequent scenes of carnage and vio lence since, might all be interwoven with most powerful dramatic effect without impairing its historic faith fulness, or doing injustice to the mem ory of the characters of whom it must necessarily speak. In this con nection there are two facts which can not be denied: first, there is an urgent and frequent inquiry on the part of new ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 November 1873

» • • ■ ' 1 ■ GITY Am> HTJIJTJItIJS. BSuKvjry Hlyle of Painting ami (Hazing done In the highest style of art, ami al Mason* itblo rale-, by ('. lUpb iel A Co. ii 0 All men ought lo know Unit all kinds ol gentlemen's Clothing will he made with ncut niMs and dispatch hy a repular tailor. The ni ikiiu and (rimming ot Wool.in .Mill cloth ha specialty at D, W. rilzpatrlcK's, corner of Court and Spring streets. It.-CI. Colin keeps fine Havana and Domes tic Cigars. No. ill Main street, Downey,s Brook, Thompson A Gorson's saloon. »su The thin of Immigration Is steadily sel tiii;( 111, and tip* first thing custom people do is to throw a way their New Vorh Hats and buy a new one of Dksmoni,. They say there is no comparison between the two. •WT Bomemher it costs hut 5(1 cents to sc ' the Combination Entertainment in ccmnec lon witli Howard's Menagciie of Living Ani mals anil Birds from all parts of the world, at the pavilion neXl to the Hl.it.M.li otllce, OB Saturday and Pair Week, 1108-51*...

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