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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

FORWARD! NO fc COM MISSION. J. L. WARD <fe CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS -ANDManufacturers Agents. AOENTS FOR LONDON ASSURANCC CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL I MARINE 1 INSURANCE COMPANY. (Combined assets exceed •14,000,000) BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; RAKER & HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. THE CELEBRATED RAW WASBN; 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. 14 and 14 Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., jno3] Las ANGELES. [lm-tp SIMON LEVY, COMMISSION MERCHANT. ' General dealer ln all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts of the United States. Nos. 24 and 34 AIIsoSL.LOS ANGELES. oes-ly4p BUSINESS CARDS. J. G. JACKSON Keeps all kin...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

educational. IjENNONN. tnstruction in french and X SPANISH will be given to classes ta the afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To a class of live or less, per lesson 82 00 To a class of any number over five, par lesson 83 00 For further particulars, Inquire at the office of the Los Anoki.es Herald, of Lindley A Thompson, or at the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS, University of California, ) Department or Languages. - Oakland. July 11.1872. J Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley has been a student In my department of the University for Aye consecutive terms, vie: from September, 1870, to April 3d, 1871 During this time she studied the French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always the highest murks for proficiency and attendance, her nverage credit mark for five terms being 97 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish Idioms as to be able to speak them with ease, fluency, corre...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

LIME* Of TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES ft SAN PEDRO RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. | 1873, trot— will run M follows, leaving WILMIMOTON-7:« A. M. aad 1 P. M. LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 8:16 P. M. Except on days of steamers' antral sad departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. ' Passengers for AM tin I and San Btapa will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company 's steamer. mm- Kirst-class passenger ears wilt ran regularly. No Charge Per Btamge to Merehnnto im _» Onnntny. JOHN MILNER, Agent at Log Aagtes. oc2tf E. E. HEWITT, SO pt. PACIFIC MAIL JTEAWSIHf €0, HtHEDrLE F«B NOVEMBER, I*7*. THE STEAMERS ft Orizaba^U For Santa Barbara. Nan Pedro, Anaheim Landing nnd Man Meg*. STEAMER ORIZABA, CAPT. H. J. JOHNSTON, Lettres San Arrives San Lear ft San Arrive* San Francisco. Pedro. Pedro. FrancUco. Nov 1 Nov 3 Nov 6 Nov 8 Nov IS Nov 15 Nov 08 Nov- 30 Nov 25 Nov 27 Nov 30 Dec. 2 STEAMER MOHONGO, CAPT. O. H. DOUGLASS, Nov 7 Nov 9 Nov 12INov 14 Nov 19 No...

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The Herald and the Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

The Herald and the Fair. Our contemporaries are wild at the course pursued by the Hkrald, concerning the Fair. It is so unusual for them to find in their midst a journal advocating that which it believes, that they are amazed, and the morning paper' 9 amazement is only exceeded by its vituperation. It is with no spirit of caviling that the cudgel has been taken up against what we deem the mismanagement in the Fair. To every editor, and especially to those of the Herald, it is pleasanter to approve than to condemn. Especially is this the ca9e concerning an institution, which numbers among its stockholders our best friends and the best citizens of Los Angeles. We are actuated by no animosity, and no personality shall be forced into the columns of the Herald. Our record is honorable; we shall not blush If it be published from the house tops. We have said the directors of the Fair number some of our best friends, and the most worthy citizens of Los Angeles. But they are uot responsible ...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

Late Telegrams. EXfl.I NIVEI.Y TO TIIK HERA ML NEW YORK. New York, Nov. 18.—Edwin K. Wendship, government claims broker in this city, is announced a defaulter to the extent of $400,000. He is believed to be out of the country. The statement of the condition of the Paeilic Mail Company shows the receipts from May Ist to October Ist, 1873, to be §3,012,300; expenditures, $2,950,555; leaving a balance of $00,000 as the earnings for five months. It is said no account is taken in this statement of insurance, or wear and tear. It is said that the recent investigation into the disposition of §1,000,000 earned annually by the company showed fraud and a necessity for reorganizing the concern. Trade is hard and dealers find it difficult to make expanses and meet demands upon them. Castello, commander ofthe Tornado, says the crew and men on the Virginius were treated with such consideration as their character and necessity of safe keeping would allow. He says the capture made the people of San...

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THE QUESTION STATED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

THE QUESTION STATED. They (the Chinese) are encroaching upon our mechanics by making shoes, cigars, etc. — [Marysville Appeal. Not encroaching upon our mechanics, but upon the mechanics of other countries —and localities who have hitherto supplied us with these articles, draining our State of its own coin to pay for the same. Charity should begin at home. If California does not look out for herself and take care of her own interests, it is quite certain that nobody else will. The question is simply whether we shall continue to pay tribute to Cuba and Lowell for our cigars and shoes, or utilize the cheap labor at hand and keep our money at home. Which course would common sense teach us to pursue?—[San Jose Mercury. Ask your shoemakers, and the women in San Francisco, who found profitable employment at slipper-sewing before the Chinese opened their shops, whether there has been an encroachment or not? As to cigar-making by Chinese, we know that Americans can not carry on the business ...

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Hotel Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

Hotel Arrivals. Clarendon—P. O. Yorba, La Pueute; F. Pljar, San Jose; S. Jarby, San Francisco; John Galgado, La Mesa; J. Tibbet, El Monte; J. Thompson, P. Halpin, La Brea; Wm. Wichelson, C. Rakey, Arizona; H. S. Thistlethwaite, Los Nietos. United States—M. B. Thomas, Richland; J. H. Birch, Santa Ana; Timin Baegge, J. Jordan and wife, D. Kramer, Anaheim; S. G. Thompson, Wilmington. Pico—Geo. W. Coffin, Phizano; H. W. Woodward, Tejon; Ohas. A. Hammond, Sacramento; E. Henry, Pioche; Jas. Averal, Quincy (111.).

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. XX« I tfUVEXY TO Tin: HKRA! I>. SAN FRANCISCO. \ot» « llslulli Receipt* t oil il l Droit m l Kale of n <«overiime«il YM«cI Kiirtliqilnke Stock-*, el*. San Francisco, Nov. l.s. Mayor Alvord to-day sent hta veto to the Clerk of the Board cf Supervisors of the order granting to 11. J. Booth A Co., Central* liusin, in Mission Bay, for the purposes of a ship yard. During the present month $218,000 in dividends were paid here by mining companies. Receipts at the Custom House during the first half of the present month amounted to $286,037 86. The Investigation of the charges recently made against Gen. LaG range, Superintendent ofthe Mint, has been commenced. The proceedings are not public. George Merrill and James Hall, two Industrial School graduates, have been arrested on a charge of having knocked Thos. Sheppard down last Sunday evening and robbed him of watch and chain and other valuables. They have been fully Identified. The body of an un...

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SAN BERNARDINO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

SAN BERNARDINO ITEMS. From the Ouardiein: H. Hellman, of the Farmers & .Merchants' Bank, and Frank Ganahl of Los Angeles, and Senator McCoy of San Diego, spent a day or two in town this week. The building next door to Brinkmeyer's is fitted up for a store for Mr. Brownhart. The stock has partly arrived. The Baptist religious meeting will commence to-day week, at the Methodist Church South. Several loads of wool were again dispatched to San Francisco. Mr. David Henderson came In last week from Death Valley and brought with him a lot of the old relics belonging to the party that perished in the valley in 1849. He exhibited some wagon tire, springs, felloes, bolts, etc, over town, and excited the curiosity of all with regard to the unfortunate party. The wood, though exposed to the weathftt for more than twenty years, is yet in a good state of preservation. Bushing & Brothers, bankers- of Reading, Perm., have suspended. The New York Iferedd is going for Nast. Go...

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

DIED. JORDAN—-Near Anaheim, 6n Tuesday, the istli inst., Josephine Jordan, daughter of Joseph and Rosa Jordan, aged II months. The funeral will take place to-daj at - P. M. from Mr. Neldecker's, corner ot Fourth and Spring streets. Friends nnd acquaintance* are invited to attend. [San Francisco papers copy.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. WANTED— A ROOM, WITH OR without board, in a private family. Would give Hpealttl attention loa few pianoforte pupils. novU* PIANOS rpUNED, REPAIRED AND REG--1- I"LATE 1) b» J, I>. PATRICK. lli.s recommendations from prominent Ban Francisco establlshmcnta, Leave outers nt Brodriok'i. novll " for SALEo rpHE EXC LUB I V E RIGHT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA of a very valuable patented Invention. The proprietors have perfected their PATENT RIGHTS, and desire to sell ns above, Kor full Informa* lion, which is confidential, addrem novißif TilM t tFFIt'E. WANTED. A PURCHASER FOR TWO VALJlm. [TABLE lots OF LAN It, SOxI2O feel each, situated near the centre of the city, which coat 9325 last Jane, bat will be sold for 1250, on account of the owner going to Arizona. Address CASH, P. O. liox IMS.' nolStf HAY THE RALE OR TON. SEED RYE, BARLEY, CORN FLOUR, PROVISIONS, AND CHOICE FAMILY' GROCERIES A T WHISLER m COS DEPOT STORE. J. 11. S.U'NDKKS, It, 1). 08. F. IIF.INZKMAN, P. I) J. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

FOR SALE—TO LET. LAND FOR ALE. I OCATED ABOUT TWO MILES Au south of t lie Los Nietos Depot. A splendid UO-ACRE LOT is tillered forrfuS .ale on the moat liberal terms. tion is very desirable, nnd the land is in good condition. Lust year it produced a crop of 11", hushelsof corn to'thc acre. Any one who may desire to purchase land ill this locality would do well to inspect tins lot and examine this year's crop, which has not heen gathered. The sole reason fbr sacn ilclng this property Is to meet j certain obligation* Immediately. TERMS— one-half cash, and the balance la one or two years. also An 80-ACRE TRACT, located on the line oi the railroad going east to Mud Springs, nnd embraced In the San Jose Rancho. This Is a most desirable piece of land, is ln a first-rate Mjk\ condition; under fence, and good waterEE fight j on which are growing 10,000 grapevines in a full hearing condition; has a large, commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to be sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to P, C...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

DRY QOODB AND CLOTHING. S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND O JP pQf IV I TV -OFFALL & WINTER GOODS -ONMonday. Nov. 3, 1873. COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing, consisting in part ok SO Piece* all Wool Striped Poplins, At 50 Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At 50 Cents per Yard; 60 Plooes Plain Satin de Chine, At 82Vj Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At 62> 4 Cents per Yard; 10 Pieoes Striped Black do. At (tt\i Cents per Yard. —ALSO— 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Em press Cloth, In different qualities; 20 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Red In goto Cloth, Drape d'Ete, Eto., Etc. ALSO. FULL LINES OF Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth Black French Merino Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALSOThe Ureatewt Novelty or the Me MO imported expressly lor thin market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Etc., Etc., Ktc,. AT $4 OO E...

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CITY AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

CITY AND SUBURBS. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WINTER ARRANGEMENT—L. A. A S. P. R. R. Arrive— Deport. 9 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M. 2 15 P. M. 4 00 P. M. The above to rule except on days of steamers'arrival and departure, when Irnins will run to connect with steamers. STAGE LINES. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Line 3:00 p. m. 12::*) p. m. Coast Line Stages 9:00 p. m. f>:00 a. m. San Hcrnardlno Line 5:30 p. K. 0:-30 a. m. San Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. M. 7:30 a. m. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Telegraph Stage Line—Arrive at :i:oo P. M.; close at 11:45 M. Letters intended for registry must bo presented before 11 A. M. Coast Line—Stations between San Fianelsno and IjOs Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Arrive at 10:30 P. If.j closes at 9:30 P. If. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Gallatin, Capistrano, etc.—Arrives al 4:00 P. M. closes at 7:00 A. M. Southern Arizona— Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way stations—Trl-Weekly riervlce—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Friday...

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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

Chamber of Commerce. A meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held last evening. A communication from Mr. Waddington, proposing to get up a directory, was read and referred to the Committee on Publication. It was well received and probably will receive report. A communication was received from Col. Warner, stating there was danger that the river would change its course to the old bed and run down Alameda street. This was referred to the Common Council with a recommendation from the Chamber of Commerce. A letter from the Secretary of the Merchants' Exchange of San Francisco, was read In answer to the request of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, that proper credit should be given to Los Angeles. The Exchange proposed to do all in its power to bring this about. A motion was made that a committee be appointed to draft an address stating the objects of the Chamber of Commerce, what it had accomplished and what it purposed. This is to be mailed to the citizens of the county. Gov. Downe...

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OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. Tbe ( lareutloii Hotel. The old Bella Union is no more, and in its place is a bright new house to be known in future as the Clarendon Hotel. Additions, alterations und improvements are the order of the day, and as one walks through the bright and softly carpeted halls and offices, it is hard to replace even in the mind's eye the old land marks of the former establishment. A new office has been added to the hotel. It was formerly the cigar and fancy store of Mr. Sheppard and the headquarters of the Western Union Telegraph Company. No one could recognize it now. It has been entirely refitted and painted, and serves the purpose of an elegant lounging room as well as the business office of the hotel. A dozen antique Elizabethian chairs, from the California Theater in San Francisco, have been purchased to adorn it; lounges and easy chairs, reading tables and chess tables, constitute the balance of the furniture. An elegant advertising mirror and bureau of information...

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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. The following letters from the people of are presented: Editor Herald: Go forthe Fair and its management, and we will back you. Granger. Editor Herald: Will you please ask the Secretary of the S. D. A. A. why he was not at the Rink on Satuiday evening to award the premiums? His • of Sunday morning shone less brightly than before. El Monte. Editor Herald: I have in San Bernardino county a Durham bull. The premium ottered was $10. It would have cost me $110 in time and money to exhibit him. Riveksidk. Editor Herald: Your style of dealing with the Fair and races meets with hearty concurrence in this section. It is'the general expression that there never was such a failure as that Fair; and that the Herald has gained immensely in popular favor, on account of its just denunciations, is a self-evident fact. Anaheim. Editor Herald: I am fond of agricultural fairs, also of horse-racing; but with a preconcerted effort to make the former subservient to the latter, I h...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 19 November 1873

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. l*ort of San Pedro. Arrived. Nov. 18—Stmr Orizaba,Tohnston, from Sun Diego" Sailed. Nov. 18—Stmr Orizaba, Johnston; passengers and freight for San Francisco.

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