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THE FIRST AND LAST DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

THE FIRST AND LAST DINNER. A TALK OF LIFE. Twelve friends, touch About the same age, and fixed by their pursuits, their family connections and other local interests, as permanent inhabitants of the metropolis, agreed one day when thoy wore drinking their wine at the Star and Garter at Richmond, to inslitute an annual dinner among themselves, under the following regulations: That they should dine, alternately, at each other's houses on the first and hist day of the year: and that the first bottle of wine uncorked at the first dinner should be reeorked and be put away to bo drunk by him who should be the last of their number; that they should never admit a new member; that when one died, eleven should meet, and when another died, ten should meet, and so on, and that, when only one remained, he should, on those two days dine by himself, and sit the usual hours at his solitary table; but the first time he so dined alone, lest it should be the only one, he should then uncork the first bo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

National Restaurant /CORNER OF COMMERCIAL und Wilmington streets, Los Angeles. Wo furnish THK BEST TWENTY-EIVE CENT MEALS of nny restaurant in town. Wholesome food, good cook!UK, and a clean and airy dining room, lias made this restaurant a favorite. LINDNER A IiUTTCHEIt. nol Los Angeles City Water Co Location (Tp - works, city and County of Los Angeles, State of t 'iii I turn in. Notice is hereby given thai the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Los Angola*, City W«vler Company will be held ut the Office of ilie ( ompany,;")! and il Main street. In the city of Lou Angeles, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, IST.t, ut 12 o'clock M., for the election of officers for the ensuing year, and for ,he transaction of such oth-r business as m ey br> brought b.-fore the meeting. nelKtd EIUJENE MEYER, Scc'y.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSK rAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE—No. 14 Downey's Block, lip-stall's. 002-tr DR. A. S. SHORB, TJOM(EOPATHTC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—Nearly Opposite the Post Office. RESIDENCE -No. I I Franklin street. oe-'-tf DR. H. S. ORME, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- In Lanfranoo's BnUdlng, No. 7I Main street. Office Hours from 111 A. M. to 1 P. M., and from 2 to :i P. M. °f 2-, L DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, "DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE-In Heinsch's Block, Commercial and Los Angeles streets. SC"Special attention paid to diseases of the EYE AND EAR ocg-tf DR. J. W. OLIVER, JJOMfEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street, opposite the Mayor's Office. oi-2-lptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, \f EC H A NIC AL, OPERATIVE XTJL AND SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE—S3 Spring street, next to Fire Engine House. 002-tf DR. A. LOEBEL, CURGEON AND CHIROPODIST, Alameda street, opposite the Sisters* School. Corns and bunions extracted without using knife, Hies or medicine, an...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

I FORWARDING & COMMISSION. J. L. W ARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS -ANDManufacturers Agents. JAOENTS KOR LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL 1 MARINE! INSURANCE COMPANY, (Combined assets exceed 814,000.000! BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER 4 HAMILTON'S ABRICULTURAL MACHINERY; THE CELEBRATED lAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND PORTER. no2-lmlp HELLMAN, HAAS & CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 11 nnd 18 Los Angeles und Commercial Sts., LOS ANGELES. [lm-tp SIMON LEVY, COMMISSION MERCHANT. General dealer in uil kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all purts of tho United States. Nos. 24 and ;i4 Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. ocs-ly4p BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. JACKSON Keeps nil kinds o...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND A SPANISH will bo given to classes In Hie afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY T F. BMS: To a elans of five or less, per lesson $2 On To n olnss of any number over five, per lesson #3 00 For further particulars, inquire at the office of the Los Anoeles Hkkai.d, of Lindley A Thompson, or at the Pico House. TKKTIMONIALH ! University opCalifornia, ) DEPARTMENT OK LANIiCAMES. Oakland. July it. 1H72. ) Herewith I certify that Mis* Josephine Lindley iias been a student In my department of the University for Aye consecutive terms, vir: from September, WO, to April 3d, 1872. During this time she studied U>o French, the Spanish and the Herman languages, obtaining nlways the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average ereuil mark for five terms being 97 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley p>ssessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish idioms as to lie able to s...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL._. LOS ANGELES * SAN PEDRO RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1673, tmlns-will run as follows, leaving WILMINGTON—7:4S A. M. and 1 P. M. LOS ANGELES-10 A. M. and 3:45 P. M. Except on daysof steamers' arrival and departure, when rrnrlns will run to connect with steamer. . Passenger* for San Francisco and San Diego will leave Im Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. tew First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No 4'linrge iter Storage M» Merchant* In the Country. JOHN MILNER, Agent nt Los Angeles. oe2tf E. E. HEWITT, Supt. PACIFIC MAILJTEAMSHiP CO. S4 HF.DI I.E FOR NOVEMBER. 1*73. THE STEAMERS & Orizaba^£gfe For Sunt a Barbara, Nan Pedro, Annhelm Landing and Nan Die*;*. STEAMER ORIZABA, CAPT. H. J. JOHNSTON, Jjeare* firm ArrimStm Istrvei Stm ArrhttHan Fruncuco. Pedro. Pedro. Franeitco. Nov 1 Nov 8 Nov 6 Nov 8 Nov IS Nov 15 Nov 18 Nov 20 Nov 25!Nov 27 Nov 30 Dec 2 STEAMER MOHONGO, CAPT. O. H. DOUGLAS*. Nov 7 No...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

The Herald jumps to very hasty conclusions relative to the success of the Fair. This may be fair, but it is scarcely in keeping with the many protestations of that journal relative to its support of Los Angeles interests. We fear the editors of the Herald have allowed their personal feeling toward a contemporary to overcome their better judgment.—[Express. The Herald has jumped to the same conclusion, be it hasty or not, that every one engaged in agricultural interests has formed—and it has jumped to a correct conclusion—as time will demonstrate. The Herald was not established to support everything, good or bad, located in Los Angeles. It hopes always to support the good. Does the Express mean to say that it Is our city's interest to have a poor rather than a good Fair; and that therefore the Herald should support it? The editors of the Herald be* lieve that the Fair was not what it might have been made; that it was mismanaged; that the $2,000 given by the State to the association w...

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Ons Mineral Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

Ons Mineral Wealth. In the San Fernando mountains, about 35 miles from this city, there are half a dozen oil springs breaking out at intervals of a mile and a half apart, on the side of the mountain. There has been some little excavation at some of the springs, and they are now yielding about 20 barrels of oil per day, which is running to waste down the cation. These springs are owned by different individuals in this county who, however, have not heretofore placed a very high estimate upon them as to their intrinsic value. A specimen of the oil was sent to San Francisco and assayed by Louis Falkneau, State Assayer. His report, on exhibition in the Rink last night, is as follows: L. Faulkneau, Analytical and Consulting Chemist, 421 Montgomery street, No. 1230. San Francisco, Aug. 10, 1372. Dr. V. Gelcich, Sir: I have made analysis of a sample of crude petroleum from the Learning Petroleum Company, of the oil region of San Fernando, Los Angeles county, received from you, and have foun...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

Late Telegrams. EX<XI SIVEEY TO THE HERALD. WASHINGTON. Washixoton. Nov. 14.— The evening session of the Cabinet to-day was continued over two hours, and was the most important which has taken place under President Grant's administration. The capture of the Virginius, and the barbarities perpetrated by the Spanish authorities at Santiago de Cuba, formed the subject of serious consideration, and definite action toward maintaining the dignity of the United States in the existing circumstances was taken. All the members of the Cabinet are extremely reticent as to the conclusions reached. One member, when approached on the subject, replied: "As to the nature of the action agreed upon to-day, I can say nothing; but you may rest assured that the people of the country will be satisfied. Various rumors are circulated tonight as to the determination of the Cabinet, one of which is that the Government will demand of Spain the immediate arrest and punishment of the parties mainly in...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

Pacific Coast News. A dispatch dated Salt Lake, November 10th, says: "A horrible outrage was committed at lii'hham. A woman from southern Utah, who was visiting a friend at Brigham, while under the influence of liquor, which is supposed to have been drugged, was enticed into a miner's cabin, and while there was outraged by some twenty or twen-ty-five ruffians. Several parties have been ariested, but no names are given as yet. The woman is still alive, but in a very precarious condition. McMinniville, Oregon, enjoys great gospel privileges. Five preachers held forth in that town at the same hour on a late Sunday. Jurors at the October term of the Circuit Court for Yamhill county, Oregon, cost the county only $23, while at the spring term they cost 51,097. The Oregon Enterprise says: From every section of our county we hear of new settlers coming in. Clackamas is evidently taking a start in the right direction. The Yamhill (Oregon j Reporter hints at defalcation thus: "It Is pretty ge...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. EXCLUSIVELY TO THE lIEKALU. SAN FRANCISCO. Tin' Ureal 893,550 Itnoe Crow.;* lv Unroiyl)asanil Dump-tan* si.~i.ooo OliVced |«:r tho Itcci'lpts at the Unto, nr.l St (I iino.l "True Bine" Mill in 'ti Hik'l'n Tl:att. Slovens nml Hie o:ti!'i' Koj-mcs ill t»o© I Ti'im I lia I. WiuHiciiiil the Mil lest Eiitlliisiii.uil Tiie Eastern Jockeys Nonplussed. ...Etc.. Et«. Sax Fkancisco, Nov. 15. Tli > loveliness of the weather this morning intensified the interest in the race, and enticed thousands to the course who, under less favorable circumstances, would have studiously avoided this mild form of dissipation. Before the light of day bad streaked the eastern horizon, tiie tide ot travel ■et toward the Park, and the roads centering at this point were lined with adventurous fellows of a speculative turn of mind, including gamblers, venders of various indigestible refreshments, and a varied assortment of vagabonds, all bent on securing advantageous locations abo...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

MERCED THEATER. J. H. LEROY MANAGER E. CIF*SW AGENT Farewell Complimentary Benefit tendered by the entire com puny, band and attaches, who Irive generously volunteered their services, to MADAME DURET & j. H. LEROY Madame Duret in 8 Distinct Characters mi*, j. hTleroy As the Manager, will take his farewell of Los Angeles in a humorous sketch, with local allusions, on Mumla.v Kveninu, Nov. 17th, when will be presented the new and elegant comedy, entitled TF la <B Dowager, Or, WON A.VK NTKAT tVEMN, Lord Alfred Lyndsav MR. S. W. PIERCY Dowager Countess Treslllan...M*ME DURET « X A N 1> O L I O I M'ME DITRET will recite Monke Lewcs'a Great Creation of THE MANIAC, Recitation Bam Pleroy New Comic Song Jas. Rarrows Concluding with the ACTREBB OF ALL WORK The Manager, with Local Allusions, Mr. .1. It, LEROY MADAME DC RET IN H CHARACTERS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. LOST— $5 REWARD. LOST ON WEDNESDAY LAST, a small SORREL HORSE, about 18 hands high, 9 years old, 3 white feet and white face, and branded G D on left hip. Shod on fore feet, mane about five Inches long. Five dollars reward will be paid for his return to J. L. WARD, No. 1 Spring street. TO LET. FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH A pleasant surroundings, five minutes' walk from the post-oillce. Enquire at northeast corner 4th and Spring sts. uovMwl To Rent! FURNISHED HOUSE of SEVEN ROOMS, centrally located, five minutes' walk from the post-office. Also, two suits of furnished rooms. Apply to s. IT. SLAUGHT. nov16w1 FOR SALE. QPLENDID TEAM OF 4 HOUSES together with wagon and harness. Everybody knows them. Price very reasonable. They formerly belonged to John Dunn, deed. Enquire of widow Dunn, at the county fcospUul. novlt) Teachers' Examination. THE COUNTY BOABD OF examination Will hold the regular quarterly exauiiuatinn of Teachers in Los Angeles on TH URMPAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, tiie...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND OPENING OF FALL & WINTER GOODS -ONMonday. Nov. 3, 1873, comprising a most select stock of the latest styles of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, CONSISTING IN PART OF 50 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, At 50 Cents per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At 50 Cents per Yani: SO Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, At 62V$ Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do. At 82\ Cents per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Black do. At «2\ rvnts per Yard. —ALSO— 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, IS different qualities; as Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redingote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc., Eto. ■ f aw. Ki'i.t. lines or Black Alpacas/ Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALSOTae Greatest Novelty of the He—eta, Imported expressly tor tbla market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Ktc, Etc., Kte,. AT $4 00 EACH! -ALSO--200 Doz...

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CITY AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

CITY AND SUBURBS. Br_ Every style of Painting and Glazing done In the htghctt. style of nrt, nnd nt rnusnni'.Mp rate;, bj ('. Knphucl & Co. k4T" All men ought to know that nil kinds of gentlemen's Clothing will be made with iieuin*>ss and dispatch by a regular tailor. The making and trimming of Woolen Mill cloth is v specialty at D. SV. ntsnntrlck**, corner of Cmvi and Spring streets. , * . '•' •Wi" J. Colin keeps fine Havana and Domestic Cigars. No. til Main street, Downey ,s Klock, Thompson A Gerson's saloon. *s~ Thi> tide of immigration is steadily ccii ting In, und the tlrst tiling eastern people do Is to throw awny then" New York lints and buy c. new one of Dr:sMo.\-n. They say there Is no comparison between the two. The only place where the genuine Intcrehnngublo Pebble Spectacles can be found Is at Flshfr A Co's Jewelry Stoic, (17 Mala str; ,u t. They are made of the best material, uniform in density and of high refractive power. Come, nil ye...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

LOCAL BREVITIES. The first premium for penmanship was awarded to Miss' Levy—not to Miss Peel. Two teams left the depot yesterday for Independence, one to H. & R. and one to J. B. R.; also one team for Prescott, consigned to C. P. H. & Co. An inquest held upon Butler's horse Longfellow, last night, developed the fact that he died of hypertrophy, caused by the bursting ot a bloodvessel. Subject this morning and evening, at the Congregational Church: "The Washington or Wellington of his country in search of a cure for leprosy. Josiah Bates, pastor pro-tern. The Episcopal Church services (for the present) will be held In the Hall of the Good Templars, 84 Main street, up stairs. Hours of service, 11 a. m., and 3 p. Ist., Sunday-School, 9:30. Among the arrivals by last steamer we notice Dr. Robert G. Cunningham of Missouri, who proposes settling in Los Angeles /or the purpose of practicing dentistry In all its various "branches; ■ • — Passengers from Santa Barbara ...

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THE GRANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

THE GRANGES. Los Angeles and San Bernardino District Council. Gallatin. Nov. 11, 1873. Council opened in due form. Master T. A. Garey, of Los Angeles, presiding. Secretary elect present und installed. Roll call of officers. Brothers J. E. McComas of Compton, E. G. Brown of San Bernadino, and J. Russell of Florence, were appointed a committee on credentials and reported the following duly accredited delegates: Los Nietos Grange, No. 44—L C. Cate, S. H. Butterfield, K. B. Grandin, Mrs. N. Marquis. Enterprise Grange, No. 38— T. C. Alexander, A. M. South worth, S. W. La Dow, Airs. T. C. Alexander. Los Angeles Grange, No. 36—Thos. A. Garev, J. Q. A. Stanley, H. M. Towne, Mrs. J. Q. A. Stanley. New River Grange, No. 42—Willis Newton, S. G. Baker, S. T. Coram, Mrs. C. Newton. Alliance Grange, No. 75—James D. Durfee, J. W. Marshall, Sister R. J. Dougherty. Florence Grange, No. 95— H. C. Thomas, Josiah Russell, Wm. Porter. Compton Grange, No. 37—Alfred Higby. J. F.. McComas, J. J. Morton. Az...

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MEETING OF THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 16 November 1873

MEETING OF THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. Sixth nnd Last Day. There was a good attendance of both sexes even before twelve o'clock, who were probably entertained, generally, by an auction sale of stock, and the sale under the hammer, of some wagons also. There was considerable talk about a half mile dash, running, on the previous day, between a roan horse from San Jose, owned by a Spaniard, and Tacnis, owned by C. Thomas. The partizans of the latter knew their horse could run the bait' in 54 seconds, and therefore bet on time in the most lively manner. Hut the roan ran the distance in 53. The Biielug. The first regular race set for the day was trotting, free for all horses in tiie State; two mile heats, best two in three, to harness; purse $5(K); to the first and $350 to the second. The entries were: The Moor (formerly Beau (May), black stallion, six years old, by (.'fay Pilot; dam, Belle of Wabash, by St, Bassenger; entered by 1.,. J. Kose; Milk Boy, bay horse, 8 y...

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