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The Independent Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

The Independent Platform. The Peoples' Independent Party met ia Convention ut Sacramento, anti, having adopted the platform published in yesterday's edition, nominated Judge McKinstry for Supreme Judge. They, probably, took this stand after mature thought, and having a higher field point from which to view the battle, than that of an ordinary observer. Hut perhaps, in taking in this step, they have gone further than many, who earnestly supported them in the general election, will be willing to follow. Judge MeKee, the Democratic nominee, is universally acknowledged to be a man of the highest ability ami integrity. For term after term be has been elected in a district strictly liepublican, because tbe members of both parties had an unswerving faith in him. Every plank in the platform which expresses an issue, the Hkuai.d ucctfpbs, and accepts with its entire devotion; but it can not but doubt the expedience of issuing it, and nominating a judicial candidate upon it. The exigencies of...

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Allegiance to Party. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Allegiance to Party. 'egiancc to party constitutes the l-vork of corruption. It means, j cases out of ten, fidelity to men, and infidelity to the lair red of the people. Parwiths. is a tyranny greater ' ,a ,pijjdavery, even when paiut- - BeecherStowe. It stands tariugly in the noon-day heat ,;ics, that it is the tirst point at,l by the Independent ConveiiIt drags so many good men Into fe, keeps so many honest R t ied, and hoodwinks so many tertpright voters, that this wall this loathsome, „jjS»yDOnyin for corruption, bea necessity the first strongled. For the thousands who itical regeneration, the tirst " ke is to declare their political I'Jence. To say "I belong to I hope for no personal gain J vote. lam free and untrams must be the watchword of '»>od voter. jOjen who have hitherto suc,y boasted tbat they own so votes, and command so much nee, are in future the men who or'fj aenly attacked and forcibly wAdepni their pedestal. The m. ( . 0 /unbiassed conviction and I' r J...

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Needless Barbarity. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Needless Barbarity. The presence of two reprieved Modoes, shackled and placed in front of the gallows of the Condemned Indians, is a refinement of cruelty worthy only of ages of persecution. In days when Catholics and Protestants, under the name of religion, committed alike unjust and cruel deeds, such a thing as this would not have been tolerated. The agony of a condemned man as he walks up the stairs to expiate his crime, is too fearful a thing to bold up as an instrument of torture to those whom the law is punishing in a different way. There was no necessity fas'drag OUt the reprieved men and make them gaze, all ironed as they were, on the last terrible end of their accomplices. Any one who has ever beheld his fellow man suddenly and violently deprived of his existence, must feel that the more privately the fearful sentence is carried into effect the better it must be. To make a sen* satiotf of that sickening process of binding, tying and burling a man into eternity can subserve ...

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Anaheim. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Anaheim. The canal of the "Land Company," now being surveyed costs less than gaps "TfoKi-Tt. — -— < Htf ~ttiSl Meniiiei luufc fiimi Anaheim Landing 400 bales wool and 800 lacks grain. At a meeting held at Gospel Swamp School House, it was decided not to organize a grange. The lumber company at Anaheim Landing have suspended.—Mr. it. Kgan left on Thursday for Preseott in charge ot 600 head of horses, belonging to Chieo Foster. One bundled and forty-two iv tlie public schools. Westminster. Two artesian wells have been completed. A new $100 organ has been bought by the church. Dr. McCoy is erecting a fine building. A thorough examination of the hull of the "Costa Pica" in the Dry Dock confirms the statement already made that the injuries are not so serious that they cannot be made good in a few days. Lis noneless t rue that the steamer lay in a very dangerous jKisition, and that a heavy sea of any duration would have broken her up. Besides the large hole in her hull, near th...

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EASTERN DISPATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

EASTERN DISPATCHES NEW YORK. New York, Oct. 2.—The match game of billiards between Gamier and Duly, for the championship and the diamond cue, was won by Gamier in 47 innings. Nkw York, Oct. It.—A very destructive condition of affairs exists iv Central Asia. Civil war is raging in Kohakan. it is believed that the Emperor of Russia will be obliged, in selfdefence, to occupy the territory aud reduce it to condition as a Russian province. The sentence of the Modocs Slolux and Hranacho is commuted to imprisonment for life at Alcatraz. The National Trust Company will resume Monday next. Kidder & Co, settled for SO cents on the dollar and resinned. A Grand Evangelical Conference assembled to-day. Stcinway Hall was tilled to overflowing. Several Oriental delegates appeared wearing turbans. W. H. Dodge called the Convention to order and extended a cordial welcome to the delegates. Rev. M. Proehet, from Italy, said that the Pope is conscious of his diminished power, ami that pries...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. SAN FRANCISCO. San FitANcisio, Oct. 8, The following passengers sailed this morning, for San Pedro, on tlie steamer Mohongo: F. H. Piit/.mun, Wohlman, MissT. EVans, Miss It. Kvaiis, Miss li. Evans, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Gaskell, Miss Mary U Gird, J. 11. Mc- (■ ready, Mrs. F. tiirurd, Mrs. Wilson and two children, Rev. J. Gerald. Miss M. J. Cottin, Mrs. O'ltiloy and child, J. ('oilman, 11. McPhcrson, ltobt. Bevtl), Miss Nellie Nelson. Rev. W. T. Lucky, W. S. Lucky, A. W. Dana, wife, servant and two children; ('. A. Luke, wife and sou; 11. It. Gird, W. Goldstein, Geo. Henderson, wife and child; Mrs. Irvine, Mis. Jas. Corvvin, .1. Schlesingef, I. Yorba and son, t'. Dewing, .1. M. Bryan, S. Colin, A. Dewing, wife and child; .1. L. Vincent, W. T. Clapp, H. 1). Webster, W. H. Moran, Mrs. W. O'Warren, tl. W. Woli. wife and child, S. W. Taylor, G, W. Newson, Chas. Cawlin. Santa Barbara—A. Polham, Mathcw Hefty, Rev. it. Bently, Oeo. Temps, Mrs. Wedekind, two childre...

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

TO LET, TjM'RNISHKI) OB rNFFBNISH--A BD—Two rooms In one oftbamtiMl picas ant localities in tin' city, within three minute* Walk ol the I'ost.oltiee. Impure ill tlie ollice of the Hmialp. ooWf MINING NOTICE. I>INON VALLEY MINING CO. A meeting ot tic Rtookholden in tinabove company will be held on MONDAY KVKSIMI, October tit ti, ut 7 o'clock, in the office of Dr. Gk letch. O. M. POTTER, oe.vit. Secretary. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS B JL IS I£ OF hOS ANIiI'.I.KS. Capital $500,000 JOHN ti. DOWNKV PUKSIDKNT 1. \v. HELLMAN Cashier Exchange lor Rule on Mini rrancWeo, Vcw York, London. l>iihlin. Kriiukl'wrl. Parli nud Hcrlin. HniiilMirg. Receives Deposits nnd Issues its crtillciitcs. Buys unci sells Legal Tenders, Government, State, ('ounty ami City Kotlds. Will also pay the burliest price lor »fold and Silver Bullion. I'Yoni and alter this date, on all money* left as tciin deposits, Intercut will to allowed. Los Angles, .Inly 1, 1871. UC'J-IUI TI...

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

LOS ANGELES Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL BK Tlie Hsme IHk© —ASTHK ALTA CALIFORNIA, « An,) nontaiu only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! $4 PER ANNUM ! CITY LAUNDRY. NINTH BTIt E ET, BETWEEN Qnuwhopper unit Qrittll streets, Cor anuklks. UcntleiuciiN, lIOTKL AND HKNTAITRANT WASIIINii don* on reasonable terms. PKARIi BKTTONS sewed on, anil orillnury MENDINtJ ilone. Washing culled lor aiul delivered, KItKK OK CHARGE. «#»' Order slate at llroderlck's Book Htore. oeMjnlp I h. o-nkil.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

CARPET WARE HOUSE COLUMN CARPETS —Of I'll X - Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings (>l vailed Mid I'hnii-i'Kt lines. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE -oxMonday. October 6th, 1873, TO THK - i* it iz m isi:s Lately occupied LyJ. 11. WbiuHTA ('»». riiis wagfiiAoeiil atore h.is been ei.thviy 1* El><) V ATl]l) A XI LL LINK OK TIIK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITH lIHANCHKK China Mattings, Coil Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES -AMDLAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps ~ 1 AARON SMITH, \ CARPET WAREHOUSE. octl-linls

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Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Amusements. A good audience assembled last night id the Merced Theatre to witness the first perfoemance in Los Angeles of t lie great emotional play of "Harriet Itouth." The drama is' In three acta' aud its action extends over a period of twenty years; so that it is not strange Unit an enormous amount of incident siiould hi' Crammed into it. The general principle* of the author seem to he surprises, accidents, pistols and UUrder, all of which were carried out to perfection. Stewart Itouth, as played by Mr. I'iercy, goes through an incredible number of vicissitudes, but invariably escapes from his troubles by means of a six-barrelled revolver, which he carries in a conspicuous and convenient place. In the first Act he is (lie husband of Harriet Itouth, (Madame Duret,) but in the second Act he meets with a beautiful brunette, Mrs. Beinbridge, cleverly played l»V Miss Lipsis, a very Josie Mansfleld for Motivating the hearts of married men. The close of this act was of an unusually thri...

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

HOTEL ARRIVALS. United States Hotel.—W. Wallace, Sau Francisco; Jim Rubotton; P, D. Hinvicks,Sacramento; William Stewart, Anaheim; Henry Weber, Santa Barbara; Colin Chisholm, San Gabriel Mission; J. H. Hudson, San Francisco; Jabez Smith, El Monte. PICO House. — M. Thompson, Los Nietos; S. H. Butterfield, Los Nietos; C. W. Seymour, city; J. A. Hurd, Sunny Slope; C. Norton, S. P. R. R.; Will Hillhouse, S. P. R. R.; Geo. W. Coffin, Solidad; John Vaughan, La Cygne, Kansas; W. E. Bascom, St. Paul, Minn.; A Morton Dewy, Miamisburg, Ohio; M. P. Prince, Olympio, U. T. Bella Union Hotel. — W. M. McFadden, Anaheim; Jas. R. Sankershim, San Francisco; A. J. Brunt, Anderson, Ind.; Benj. S. Eater, Fair Oaks; J. J. Brown; E. E Hewitt, Wilmington; Joe Andrew, Gold Hill, Nevads; Frank Ferris, San Jose; Martin Hirigogen, San Jose. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for tbe 24 hours ending at 4 o'clock, October 4, 1873, as reported for tbe Daily Herald by Judson & Gillette, S...

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Latest Telegraphic News! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Latest Telegraphic News! EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HERALD. Captain Buddington and the Rescued Arctic Voyagers in New York. Banks Settling up in New York. Shooting of a Robber. FEARFUL PARRICIDE. River Steamers Quarantined. — — The Tres Pinos Murder — Occident at San Jose-San Diego News. NEW YORK. New York, Oct. 4.—While the steamship City of Antwerp was coming up the bay this morning the V. S. steamer Taltapoota went alongside and took on board Capt. Buddington and his men. The Tallapoosa then steamed to the Navy Yard, and will leave for Washington as soon as possible with the rescued voyagers. Capt. Buddington stated that he was under martial law and could not make any statement concerning his eventful voyage. The Captain and his associates are all in good health. No bank statement will be issued to-day. Specie shipments amounted to $100,000 in silver bars. Robinson & Sydan, J. Severd & Co., and G. White, who had temporarily suspended payment, all settled up to-day...

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Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

Exports. The following is tlie list of Exports in Hie Depot of the LOS Angeles aud ft. P. It. R. awaiting shipment : Honey, cases 5 I Corn Meal, sacks M Brandy, bbls 71 Wool, bales liri Beans, sacks 50 Mhaat, sacks s Wine, bbls 1 | FFruil, cases 0 Tlie recovery of bullion, alluded to in the Herald's Southern dispatches of the 2d inst., is thus related at length by the San Diego Daily World: A somewhat singular circumstance occurred Wednesday. Mr. John Dye drove the Julian stage into San Diego as usual. When it left Julian the treasure-box of Wells, Fargo & Co. was put up In-side the driver. It contained ten thousand dollars in bullion, the result of the last run of the Golden Chariot. When the vehicle reached the Sauta Maria, Mr. Stokes thought it needed balancing, and he there took the box off the seat and placed it iv the "hoot." No further attention was given to the matter, and when Dye reached San Diego, be found that the treasure was missing. He at once started back...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO RAILROAD, ON ANI) AFTER APRIL 1, 1678, trains will run as follows, leaving WILM IN< !TON—7:is A. M. and 1 P.M. LOR ANWELES -10 A. M. and 1 I*. M. Except on days nf steamers' arrival and departure, when train* will run tv connect with steamer. Passengers for Kan Francisco and Sau Diego will leave ls>s Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington witli He: Company's steamer. SV First-class passenger cars wil I run regularly. No Charge lor Storage to Merchants <■■ the 4mi ii try. JOHN MII.NEK, Agent at Los Angeles, oc-'tf K. E. HEWITT, Supt. AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF the above Mail Steamship Companies for Ihc Southern Coast, I am prepared to furDish THROUGH I'AKSAUE TICKETS hy any of those lines of steamers, To and from Europe. to New York and San Francisco at the lowest rales. Also give MONEY PORTAL ORDERS to all parts of U...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BEYS AND SELLS REAL Estate In nil sections Of the Cnion. Han I a nre tracts tor sale in southern California. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes., !->to< h If 11 nj^es, Sheep livn ue*., Vinoyßrd, Orclui rd*, < l ity Homes, Uf nil kinds and nt all prices. Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES. SHKF.I' AND OTHER STOCK. A. PKRPETUAL FAIII, where the best products of the country will be freely put on exhibition, to which all persona are riot only invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them tp see what we can raise here, uud thus encourage them to 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 the world. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,...

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The Local Press on the "Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

The Local Press on the "Herald." Tho Daily Hkrald made its appearance in Los Angelet last Thursday morning. It is a little larger than the Kxpret*, printed on clear, readable type, and edited with ability. It is an enterprise which,* If successfully conducted, will have an immense influence for good on the future of Los Angeles, and from the liberal way in which our business bouses of all classes are represented in its advertising columns, they would seem to appreciate its importance. We hope it may prove the Herald of a new era in the progress of Los Angeles. Although it is a larger paper than the Mirror, we are not jealous, and wish it unbounded success. —[Mirror. LOS ANOKI.KS IIRAAJLD. This is the name of an elegant newspaper that made its appearance on the 2d of October, 1878, in the city of Los Angeles. The w ant of an Independent paper written inKiiglish was somewhat telt, and, according to all ap|)euranccs, the Hkrald has tilled the void, thus meeting the wishes and aspiratio...

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The Judicial Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

The Judicial Election. Editor Hkhald:—T read to-night with great disgust the communication of Anti-Monarchist in last Eventng'B Express. The Judicial Election lias nothing whatever to do with the fact of Judge Sepulveda, being either a Mexican Monarchist or Republican, He claims the office as an American citizen; he asks the suffrages of Unpeople not on the score of his former Mexican politics, hut as an American citi/en, a good Judge and a gentleman, "mum penr rt sans ftprwJn ." Personally I shall support Mr. (Ilassetl, from pure motions of friendship, but 1 claim the privilege of shielding an liouortthle gentleman from the dastardly acts of anonymous scribblers, whether he unsheathed his ■word as a Monarchist or Republican, his bravery is wUmnugned, his legal knowledge unassatleu, and no argument advanced that could he brought to hear on a contest such as that between Andrew (ilassell and Judge Sepulveda. Whoever wins, let some dignity he maintained iv a contest for such high offi...

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PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 October 1873

PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. The first of October, Tin: Los Anoki.ks Hkkai.d, a daily and weekly newspaper, will make its appearance. The Dally will he a neat and tastily printed seven-column newspaper, newsy rather than literary in character. The Weekly will lie a six-column,elght-DOge paper, and will contain tin 1 most Important mailer that has previously appeared in The Daily Hkkami. Ii Is proposed thai the Hkkai.d shall he an linbtHlgbt advocate of every interest pertaining to Southern California and Arizona, and a zealous worker iv all thing* that shall tend to benefit the State, In a word it will he in close eoniniunlou Willi the People. In Its columns, lrom time to time will be found matters oi interest to the California Farmer, Mechanic, Merchant, l.ahorer, ami all classes of Producers: and It will also contain rendiw matter suited to the Home circle. The IJKUAI.U will he an Independent Democratic journal and its cttoits directed to sweeping from power and place tho...

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