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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND X SPANISH will be given to classes In the afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TEllNi To a class of five or less, per lesson...- 82 00 To a class of any number over Aye, per lesson S3 00 For further particulars, Inquire at the office of the Los Anoelka Hera I.n, of Lindley A Thompson, or at the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS t University of California, ) Department of Languages. - Oakland, Jnly ft, 1872. J Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Llnd-U-f has been a student ln my department of the University for five consecutive terms, Tit: from September, 1870, to April 3d, 1872. During this time she studied the French, the Spanish und the German languages, obtaining always tho highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit mark for live terms being !>" per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French nnd Spanish Idioms as to Be able to speak ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOSANGELESi SAN PEORO RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1873, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:45 A. M. anil 1 P. M. LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 8:46 P. AL Except on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. ~ Passengers for San Francisco and Snn Diego will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. mar Finn-class passenger cars will run regularly. Xo Charge **r Storage to Merchants In the ttonutry. JOHN MILNER,'Agent at Los Angeles. oc2tf K. E. HEWITT. Supt. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. SCIIEDI LE FOR NOVEMBER, I«7S. THE STEAMERS & Or izaba^fik For Santa Rarbara, Nan Pedro. Anahelm I*»»Um >■«• Nat* Dieco. STEAMER ORIZABA, CAPT. 11. J. JOHNSTON, //wn San Arrive* Sun Leave* San Arrive* San Frmiritci). Pedro. Pnlrn. Fnmeixo. Nov 1 Nov 3 Nov C Sox 8 Nov 13 Nov lfi Nov. _ls Nov 20 Nov 25 Nov 271N0v :*>|Dec 2 BTKAMKK MOHONGO, CAPT. G. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

The San Bernardino Guardian takes quite a narrow view of the relation of the two towns, San Bernardino and Lod Angeles. Los Angeles is not and should never be jealous of San Bernardino. It is the common interest of the two towns that the other should improve. Of course much of the freight at San Pedro goes to and from San Bernardino. Every dollar invested in our neighboring city is just as good as a dollar invested in Los Angeles. The Herald will always strive for the Interest of San Bernardino county, as it will for Los Angeles. Will not some one of our Han Bernardino friends give the Herald letters explaining the resources of that locality, and the inducements to immigrants?

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Gov. Downey as U. S. Senator. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

Gov. Downey as U. S. Senator. The following correspondence from the San Francisco Post, explains Itself. The people of the State might go a deal farther than Governor Downey and do worse. He made an excellent Governor, as is admitted by all. If the legislature should take him up, they would be sure of an honest man: Editor Post.—While the names of several prominent citizens of California have been mentioned in connection with the United States Senatorship, that of Governor John G. Downey should not be forgotten. He has served the State in the high position of Governor, and his administration reflected credit upon himself and those who placed him In that position, and San Francisco has good cause to remember his fidelity to his trust. Identified, as Governor Downey is, with every leading interest in the State, conservative Tv his political views, in harmony with the sentiments of the masses of the people as expressed at the recent election, and scorning to purchase his advancement by...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

Late Telegrams. EXCLUSIVELY TO THE II ERA ED. CHICAGO. Chicago, Nov. 17.—A Washington special gives the report interview with Collector Casey of New Orleans, on the Cuban question. He says General Longstreet has for years past been organizing a party expedition in New Orleans for an advance on Cuba at any moment the Government would be embroiled, which lie has anticipated for some time. The expedition is said to enroll 10,000 men. He says Havana can be starved out. Eight dollars a head Is the duty upon the importation of Texas cattle to the island, and $11 per head for horses. Casey says every member of the Cabinet is stiff for maintaining the dignity of the country, and the President, he says, is particularly earnest, but he is too considerate to adopt war measures before Congress meets. The confederate element, he says, has been centralized in view of the conflict with Cuba, which shall avenge the fate of Lopez and Crittenden. Casey says no member of the Cabinet wants to see Cuba ...

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Hotel Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

Hotel Arrivals. Plco-Wm. B. Wilshin, Ohio; T. F. Sandulim, Red Bluff; If. L. Llndtlme, Windham (Conn.); H. Krebs, Jr., San Francisco; W. J. Sander, Texas; £. P. Thomas, El Monte. Lafayette—A. Red well, San Francisco; E. Dook, wife and two children, Washington (Perm.); M. B. Foley, F. 8. Adam, Conn. Clarendon—Robert Ashcroft, Capistrano; P. Pryor, San Juan; 0. M. Benbrook, Gallatin, Jas. Carr, J. Jibbeli, El Monte; Francisco Cota, Laßallona; H. S. Thlstlewaite, LosNietoß; D. W. Gage, Wilmington; Antonio McLuza, Felipe Yorba, Juan Salgorno, La Mesa; E. B. Dorsey, S. E. Holcombe, San Francisco; Wm. F. Orant, Spadra; W. R. Tolles, San Bernardino. United States—Theodore Reiser, Anaheim; J. H. Bitch, Santa Ana; J. C. Peacock. Mad. Renne, San Bernardino; H. Crampton, Mud Springs.

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. ! EXCLIVIVELV TO THE HEKAI.D. SAN FRANCISCO. Memorial to Congress Suit ilinia.t, I Buried Side by Hide The 1 sunt Cruelty to Seamen feeling ©filic Park Commissioners . Costly Testimonial Hi onto I el Sn ;><-■' t IsorJ IMilfc Han Francisco, Nov. 17. A memorial to Congress lor legislation in regard to a flairs in T'tah, has thus far over 3,000 signatures in the mining districts clone. The great suit of Huskins vs. Wall, for possession of the well known Winsor Group mines, in the Little Cottonwood District, was dismissed in the District Court to-day on motion of the plaintiff. Travel westward on the Pacific ruil- . road is unprecedentedly large aud is daily increasing. The utmost facilities of the railroad companies are scarcely sufficient to accommodate the extraordinary number of passengers. The funerals of Chas. Dodge, who died suddenly on Friday bight, and of his friend, Joseph Farraday, who committed suicide the same night, in consequ...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

Pacific Coast News. One hundred and sixty-five Chinamen are employed in grading the TaOOma town site. The streams in Idaho have frozen up, and mining and mills have been stopped thereby. The water in the lake at Lakeport, Lake County, is so low that the wharf stands entirely on dry land. The strike of vegetable vendors in San Francisco is over, and the housekeepers horizon is serene. The Washington Territory Legislature will adjourn its present session on Saturday, the 15th of November. A special messenger has arrived in San Francisco from Washington to look into the affairs of the mint. The San Luis Obispo Tribune says there are no less than eight well-de-fined cinabar leads in that county. Captain J. H. Blethen has been appointed Chief Wharfinger of San Francisco by the State Harbor Commissioners. The Supervisors of Monterey County are considering a proposition to offer an additional reward of $1,000 for the capture of Vasquez. It is estimated that 240,000 potato sacks and 50,000 ...

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Electric Sparks. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

Electric Sparks. General McClellan and family have started oil a visit to Europe. The New York Reform Association makes serious charges against Controller Green. A brush factory at Morisania, New York, and a residence adjoining, were burned on Wednesday. Loss, $40,000. The failure of Gibson & Co. and S. B. Hurd has been announced in the New York Stock Exchange. Captain Paul Shirley is ordered to the command of the naval rendezvous at San Francisco, California, on the 20th instant. The Newmarket race for the Middle Park Plate was won by Newry; Spectator was second, Marsworth third. Twenty horses ran. Benjamin Dean has been nominated by the Democrats as candidate for Congress from the Third District of There were ten deaths from yellow fever at Shreveport on Wednesday. At Memphis there were 31 deaths from the disease. The Buffalo Industrial Exhibition continues to increase in interest and number of visitors, and already its financial success may be looked upon as certain. ...

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

BORN. BITMILLER—Nov. 17, to the wife of Jos. Bumiller, a son. BRISTOW-Nov. 15, to the wife of Henry Bi letow, a daughter.

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

DIED. LEAL—In this city,on Sunday morning;, 17th Inst., of chronic disease of the kidneys,! 'lark Leal, It. P., in the 30th year of his age. P A Baptist paper in Ohio was sent for nine years to a subscriber who never paid a cent for it. The other day the newspaper was returned to the patient and long-suffering publisher with the affecting note on its margin: "Gone to the better world." The editor is a very pious man, but it is reported that his faith is terribly shaken in regard to the accuracy of the information.

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LETTER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

LETTER LIST. 1 .ixi of letters remaining in the Ixm Angeles Postoffice Moiutnv, November IT, 157.1. To ab* tain theseletters my " Advertised." ah letters not culled tor in ,W days will he returned to the Dead Letter Office: ladies' I,lst. Avery, X Mrs Baker, Mrs l> Baker, H X Mrs BroVn, Mrs M Chapman, Miss C (.'after, Mrs I. Clerk, Mrs 1.1 (rage, Miss M Cumiuings, Miss \ Kdeiiio, Kate Hilton, Mr- I. H Holland. Surah Hunt, Sliss X l.e\y, Mrs R Lewin, Miss T Moruu, Kale Mundell, Mrs A Payne, Miss E A Pierce, Mrs g M Shepherd, Mrs H Ninith, Mrs C Tingle, Mis M Todd, Mrs A Wetheru, Mrs M V Wirgin, Mrs M Wilson, Mrs T W OKNTI.fc.MEN'S LIST. Allen, I M Alexander, F Arlenalid. A Baldwin, W A Basque, X Bauc-het, L li Bell, Adam Keunetl.Clt Pirk.sT Bowlancer.J Brown, Billey lirown, A Brown, SH Bullis, J.I Cade, W H Cumbron, '1' J Clover, Hon .I Cox. W 0 Cron, H Cullen.C Davis, A P Donaldson, D Dassey, H I' Drake,,! Edgar,.l n Edwards, W W Fcllz.R Kreut/., C Floret, I, (Jailield, I...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. WANTED. A PURCHASER FOR TWO VALUABLE LOTH OF LAND, 50x120 feel each, situated near the centre of the city, which cost fSKlsst June, but will be sold for }250, on account of the owner going to Arizont. Adjtress CASH, P. O. box IHH. noistf H A V JgY THE BALE OR TON. SEED RYK, BARLEY, COHN FLOUR, provisions, AND CHOICE FAMILY OROCF.RIKS AT WHISLER & COS DFPOT STORF. LOST —$5 REWARD. LOST— ON WEDNESDAY LAST, n small SORRKL HORSE, aboul 15 hands high, 9 years old, :i white feet und white face, and branded C D on left hip. Shod on fore feet, inane aboat five inches long. Five dollars reward will be paid for his return to J. L. WARD, No. 1 Spring street. J. B. SAUNDERS, M. D. CU. F. HKINZKMAN, 1\ D J. B. SAUNDERS & CO., JJRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, 74 MAIN STRKKT, LOS ANGELES. Tiie CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the PUREST DRUUS and PATENT MEDICINES of all kinds. tt#- Prescriptions cnretullv compounded day and night. oc2-lm2p Teachers' Examination. THE COUNTY~BOA...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

FOR SALE—TO LET. LAND FOR SALE. I OCATED ABOUT TWO MILES .MJ south of the I.os Nietos Depot. A splendid 00-ACRK LOT is offered for sale on the most liberal terms. Theloca*3C Hon is very desirable, and the land is in good ! condition. luist year it produced a nop of 115 bushels or coi nto the acre. Any one who may desire to purchase land iv this locality would do well to Inspect this lot und examine this year's crop, which has not been gathered. The sole reason tor sacrificing this properly is tomeel certain obligations Immediately, tf.kms - one-half cash, und the balance iv one or two years, ALSO An ko-acrk TRACT, located on the line <>t the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and embraced in the San Jose Rancho. This Is n most desirable piece of land, Is in » first-rate kkCondition; tinder Smce, and good wuterjK.right;on which are growing iii/.hk) grape- \ ines in n full bearing condition; has a large, commodious DWELLING-HOCSE; nil to be sold on easy terms. F...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND o i* i : in i m < j or FALL & WINTER GOODS Monday. Nov. 3. 1873, COMPRISING A MONT SELECT STOCK OF THK r.ATKNT STYLES Of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing. consisting in MM Of 50 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, AIM Gents per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At N Cent* per Yard; 00 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, At US Cents per Yard i 20 Pieoes Striped Colored do, At H2V{ Cents per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Black do. At <\2 l <\ Cents per Yard. —also--100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, In different qualities; 26 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redingote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc. ALSO. Ft'l.l. LINKS Of Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black Frenoh Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. —ALSO— The Urea test Novelty of the Season. Imported expressly lor this market. 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Ki...

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CITY AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

CITY AND SUBURBS. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WINTKIi AUR \NrOFHFVT-1.. \. A s. r. It. It. Arrive Deport. !» imi A. M. 10 on A. M. 2 li P. M. * P- M. The above to title except on days of steam* era'arrival ami departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. BTAOE I.inks. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Line :l:«ip. M. 12MH v. M. Const Line Stages 9:IM! p. M. SjOB A. M. San Bernardino Line 5::«> p, k. 6iSO a, M. San Diego Stage Line 1:00 v. M, TtHO A. m. us. Every style of Painting and Glazing done In the highest style of art, and nt roßSOniiblc rates, by C. Raphael & Co. SST All men ought to know that nil kinds of gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neatness and dispatch by n regular tailor. The finest Imported nnd Domestic Cloths always on hnnd al 1). VV. Fil zpal rick's, corner of Court nnd spring si reels. itJf .1. Cohn keeps fine Havana and Domestic Cigars. No. 01 Main street, Downey,s Mock, Thompson A (ferson's saloon. H* The tide of immigration is st...

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WOOLEN MILL FOR SAN BERNARDINO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

WOOLEN MILL FOR SAN BERNARDINO. Our townsmen, Sacriste, Elliott & Co., write the annexed letter to the editor of the San Bernardino Guardian in reference to the erection of a woolen mill in that county. The project is an important one, aud .should he fostered by our neighbors: We have been informed that the people of your county are anxious to have a woolen mill; and we are of the opinion that with the facilities you have of water power and for procuring wool, that you possess excellent natural advantages for such an enterprise. Our firm are practical manufacturers, and have only a live years' lease on the "Loa Angeles Woolen Mills." We propose to start a woolen mill in your county, the machinery of which is all first-class, new and more costly than in this mill, aud of the same capacity. If as successful as we expect, will double its capacity iv one year. Our firm are not wealthy, and it will cost a large amount to carry out this undertaking; and suppose there Is a depo...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

LOCAL BREVITIES. Judge Scpulvedti was the fort una le winner of the saddle rattled by Mr. Foy. Childs donated the fruit which he had oil exhibition al the Rink, to the papers; and the printers were made glad. Four loams loft yesterday, us follows: 1 for Independence, to H. & R.; 3 to San Bernardino, for B. & ('., M. A Co., and B. C. B. There were two runaways on Sunday. A lady was thrown out of a bug" gy'hut not injured. The vehicle lias to have new shafts. There is room for 100 cottages in town, which could be rented from $20 to S3(l or *4tl monthly. Who is going to start building? Brodrick & Co. have received a large shipment of new and first-eluss upright pianos for sale and rent. Most Or them are already engaged. Paper and rubbish on the sidewalk can hardly be considered an ornament. Slovenly storekeepers should he made to remove their debris. Henry Budden lias just returned from a successful piano forte tuning tour. He announces Ii is readine...

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List of Premiums. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 November 1873

List of Premiums. Following la the list of premiums awarded at the Kink by the different committees on exhibits: 11. W. Childs—Stoves (parlor and cooking), manufactured copper, brass, hrittania ami tin work; (88 ami silver medal. Mention made of Mr. Child's stoves, ranges, kitchen utensils, gas fixtures, etc.; ulso lighting the hull by a series of gas illuminators. Mrs. Jessie ft. Ferguson —Display of worsted work, zephyr dowers and mat; $7. D. N. Winhigler— Wardrobe and two doors, manufactured of red wood and cedar; silver medal. Mrs. Herman Graf—Crochel and needlework; $5 and silvur medal. Mrs. J. C. Wttlefleld—Oil paintings; silver medal. Mis. Bounce—Needle work; silver medal. Dnnsmoor Brothers—Fancy goods, etc.; honorable mention and silver medal. David Lewis- Agricultural display; Silver medal. For best bale of hops, S3 and silver modul. For best display of cabbage, $2. Potatoes, white, $2. Onions, |2. Beans, white, fl. Mrs. M. Shaw—Fancy needle work; silver medal. Mills &a...

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