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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH LESSONS. INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND SPANISH will be given to classes in the 111 ternool is or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To n class of five or less, per lesson $2 00 To a class of any number over five, per lesson U no For further particulars, inquire at the office of the Los Angki.es Herald, of Lindley _ Thompson, or at the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS: University or California, ) Department ok Languages. > Oakland, July 11.1872. ) Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley has been a student in my department of the University for five consecutive terms, viz: from September, 1870, to April Bd, 1872. During this time she studied the French, the Spanish nnd tho German languages, obtaining always the highest murks iui proficiency and attendance, her average credit murk for Aye terms being ft 7 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish Idioms as to be able to spe...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL, LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 1. 1873, trains will run bh follows, leaving WILMINGTON—7:4S A. M. and 1 P. M. LOSS ANGKLKS—IO A. M. and I:4* P. M. Except on days of steamers' arrlvaJ nnd departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco nnd San Diego will leave Lo* Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. mw First-class passenger ears will run regularly. No Charge *>r Blaraae hfc Merehanta In the Country. JOHN MILNER, Agent al Los Angeles. oc2tl E. E. HEVVITT, Snpt. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO, N4. HF.IW_K FOB .NOVEMBER. 1573. THE STEAMERS ____g fe __Mohongo A orizaba__^____ For Santa Barbara, Han Pedro. Anahelm landing and Han IMego. STEAMER ORIZABA, CAPT. H. J. JOHNSTON, Leave* San Arrive* Stw | lAnves Snn Arrives Snn Francisco. Pedro. Pedro. Francisco. Nov } Nov 8 Nov 0 Nov X Nov IX Nov lojNov lt< Nov £0 Nov 25! Nov 27 Nov 30 Dec 2 S...

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The Meeting of the Fair Association. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

The Meeting of the Fair Association. A very stormy session'took place yesterday. Mr. Rose, Thomas Mott, Mr. Ferguson and one or two others, were strong in their criticisms of the Herald, for its publications of late. These gentlemen, finding the Herald to be fearless and outspoken, when in the right, expressed their serious disapprobation, and were very indignant. A little tempest in a little tea pot was the result. They did very little business, but a great deal discussing—no insinuation meant by the termination: and finally passed the very resolution that tho Herald and all true friends of the society are desirous of having carried out. They offered the 240 remaining shares of m ock to the farmers, at the same price that the original shareholders obtained stock, and requested the discontented to come forward and subscribe. Thus no interest is chagred for the time the association has been running. If guarantees are made that the Fair will not relapse into its present ruts, that it ...

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LETTER FROM WILMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

LETTER FROM WILMINGTON. Wilmington, Nov. 18, 1873. Editor Herald.—Last Saturday, an elderly man living in Compton, whom we will call John Jones, was arraigned before Justice Stratton, in Wilmington, and tried for obtaining money under false pretenses. His son had sold beef cattle to Mr. H. of this place, for which he was to be paid 5240. As soon as the father heard of the sale, he went to Mr. H. and collected the money, stating that his son had authorized him to do so. Two days after this, the son also went to Mr. H. and demanded the money, stating that he had not authorized his father to collect it, and that as Mr. H. had paid the wrong man, he must pay the money a second time, and to the right man. Upon this, the anger of Mr. H. was rightly kindled. He immediately sued old John Jones for the money, and at the same time had him arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses. Both parties being wealthy and of high standing, the trial on Saturday drew together a great crowd of pe...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

Late Telegrams. KX4 1.1 KIVKI.Y TO TIIK IIKK \ I.H. A Speck of War. The Administration hold the Virginius Outrage to be a Cause of War with Spain. GREAT ACTIVITY IN THE NAVY. Boss Tweed Convicted at Last. Sentenced to Four Years' Imprisonment. Reported Revolting Atrocities by Spanish Volunteers. Severe Storm and Cold Weather in the Dominion of Canada. Another Story from Cuba about the Virginius Prisoners. NEW YORK. New York, Nov. 19.—The jury In the Tweed case this morning t'ound a verdict of guilty on all the counts. The defence takes no exception to the verdict, except a general verdict on all the counts. The jury Merc discharged. Counsel for defense are endeavoring to obtain an arrest of judgment on the ground of want of jurisdiction of the Court. Owing to the statement contained in a letter from Havana ou the night of the 7th inst., when the news of the Virginius reached Santiago, the Spanish volunteers, in fiendish exultation over their triumph, visited the widows of Masons sho...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. EXt I.! Sl\ KliY TO THE HEKAI.D. SAN FRANCISCO. Tne Trial of Harris, Mat? of the Hanrlnc. Progressing Nhiuiucnt of Treasure Centennial .Has* MeetlutS Stocks, etc. San Francisco, Nov. 19. There were further and worse developments in the trial of Harris, first mate of the Sunrise, this afternoon. Richard Sides, one of the sailors, swore that on the day Condiff went overboard, Harris told him to coil some rope. Condiff could not go to work, he was so sore from beatings Harris had given him. Harris told him to go forward. He did so, and Harris went witlt him. Harris soon returned and said " there is one gone, anyway." Condiff was overboard. Captain Clarke sung out if he was afloat, and Harris answered, no. The ship was not stopped and no effort was made to sa%e the man. For three days previous to his death, Condiff had been kept in the hog pen with a lot of hogs. Sides said the mate made the blood fly from one side of the ship to the other till they got used to ...

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ANOTHER OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

ANOTHER OPINION. Editor Herald.—l overheard an eastern visitor remark at the "Skating Rink," during the show last week, "How about the grape and wine interest?" I have heard that Los Angeles was noted for its grapes and wine." Perhaps the President of the Society can throw some light on this subject, he is one of the largest grape and wine producers in the county. Query: Why does not the President of the Society manifest enough interest in agriculture to make an exhibit of our resources in that line? Last year, in his annual address, he " swore by the grape." This year in his annual address;—but by the way, who has had the pleasure of listening to the annual address, or any other address, during the fair? Perhaps in the hurry and hustle at the race track it was overlooked or forgotten; and as it is "never too late to do good," it would be interesting to have it published yet. Some of us would like to know what he swears by this year; it would be interesting if not instructive. Grang...

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PACIFIC COAST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST NEWS. There are ISO student-; attending tho Han .lone Institute and Business College. The machine simps of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad at Carson arc nearly completed. The Klamath Indians arc on their annual raid to Jacksonville to I my and steal their w inter's supply of luxuries. A Washington Territory lad, fourteen years old. killed a Weill's cub tinother day while the old boar stood and looked on. The Salem, fOregon) mills, receive on an average ot l.ootl bushels of wheat per day from wagons, ami are paying M cents per bushel. Myriads of wild geese are daily to be seen on Elk Horn Slough, Monterey county, portions ol the. slough being literally covered with them. During the recent storm, snow drifted in Beaverhead ( anon lour or live feet deep in places, and a passage-way had to be shoveled for the coaches. Win. Conner, the newly elected Sheriff of New York city, is a son of James Conner, the well-known type founder, and, in 1850, resided in San Francisco. A h...

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

DIED. SPRAGUE—At His residence nt Mission San Gabriel, Nov. IHih. A. L. Spniffue, IT, M. N. |rotlred], late of Jamestown. N. V., aged 29 years aud X months. Funeral services from the residence id 11 A. M., Thursday, Nov. 30.

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

MARRIED. BODEN—REEG—At the residence of Curl Herbcrger, in Ix>s Angeles, Nov. 17, bf Rev. J. M. Campbell, F. Boden to Miss Louisa Reeg, both of Tehnchnpo.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

Bakersfield Saloon. JOHN B. TUNG ATE, PROP'R. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, and Hit- • BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KEItN (JO. My old Lou Angeles friends, please give me a call. My place Is next the Telegraph .stage Company's offlco. f.ip J. M. JANSCO, M. D., OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL BUILDING, opposite the Court House, MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, now-lm"

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. The Santa Barbara Press An Independent Newspaper. Devoted to the 1 nteveatu of HoutU« em C'nHloni in. J. A. JOHNSON, Editor nnd Proprietor. AS Till: CIIAKMINU CHARACter of Southern California, nml more especially that most fa vored section ciilicd Santa Barbara, becomes, known to tin'world, it Is no! surprising Unit v widespread ami growing Intore*! in this region should be awakened, It Is tlwcnniitantilrn ofthe press lo furnish perfectly reliable information on al points of Interest to tourists, invalids audi home-seekers, which It* lire now attic to do With great I v Increased facilities, Willie the PRESS seeks lo proinole the prosperity of allSoflthorn California by all legitlinafe and honorUWe methods, it is more directly interested m the growth and coining grcnl ness ot Santa Harluira. Tiie uncqualed loveliness ot tlieciiitelle,itsulmost Incredible heahhfnineHS, Mie lienifty of the scenery, the wondrous variety and fertility of Ihe soil, Ihe almost unlimited range o...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. LAZARD & CO.'S • GRAND o i» iz > I > <J -OFFALL & WINTER GOODS -ONMonday. Nov. 3, 1873. COMPRISINO A MOST SELEi T STOCK < >F thi: Latest styles ot Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing, oonstrattM in i'aht 50 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, Al .Ml ('cuts per Yiini: 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At AO Cents por Yard: 60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, Al li:! 1 \ Cent* per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At l!2',Cents prr Ynri!; 10 Pieces Striped Black do. \t r,-2K Cents por Yard. - ALSO- - 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Em press Cloth, [adifferentqualities; 25 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redingote Cloth, Draps d'Eto, Etc., Etc. also. vvt.i. links nr Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, .£*lQ r i'kAfWtf"£ Y r RUO3 Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth Black French Merino Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. —ALSO— The Greatest Novelty of the Nenso Imported expressly ...

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CITY AND BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

CITY AND BREVITIES. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WIKTRR ARRANOKMKNT—I.. A. <* H. P. R. R. Arrive— Depart. !i IK) A. M. 10 00 A. M. •i IS P. M. 4 00 P. M. The above to role except on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will inn to connect with steamers. ■TAOS LINKS. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Line 3:00 p.m. 12:30 r. m. Const Line Stages 0:00 P. M. 5:00 a. M. Man Hernanlino Line 5:30 p. sr. 6:30 a. m. snn Diego Stage Line 1:00 p, m. 7:;Kl a. m. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Telegraph Stage Line-Arrive at 3:00 P. M.; close at 11:45 M. Letters Intended for registry musl be presented before 11 A. M. Const Line S'atl nis between San Francisco and Los Angeles, vln Santa Karlmra—Arrive nt 1(1:30 p. AL; closes nt H:9O P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Gallatln, rapist runo, o:c—Arrives nt 4:00 P. M. closes at 7:00 A. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Art Rutin City, und Way Stations— Trl-Weekly Service—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and F...

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A Good Word for Los Angeles. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

A Good Word for Los Angeles. A writer in the London Lancet, Henry Weekes, F. R. C. S., in of the opinion that the cHmate of Houthem California is unrivaled in the world for its softness, dryness and equality of temperature. He quotes Professor Rennett as saying: "Much has been written of climate, but the one which appears to be the best is that which will enable the patient to pass a few hours every day in the open air without exposure to cold or vicissitudes of temperature on the one hand or extreme heat on the other." Weekes then shows that the climate of Southern California, between Santa Barbara and San Diego, answers to this description. The annual range of tile thermometer at Santa Barbara is otdy 18 degrees between 51 and 69 degrees. Rain seldom falls except in the winter. At Santa Barbara and Los Angeles it is about 18 inches, and at San Diego 10 inches. The city of Los Angeles is charmingly situated, about 14 miles from the sea, at the head of a wide-spread valley, and is s...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

LOCAL BREVITIES. Four of Nadeau'a teams, laden with bullion, came in to-day. Sidney Laoey supplied and laid the carpets at the Lafayette Hotel. Six teams arrived yesterday afternoon with bullion at tne depot. The Agricultural Association came out even for the year, or nearly so. Proposals to take care of the race track for the ensuing year, are In order. Overshoes and mud, were the order of the day, after the first rain yesterday. An improved Iron Frame Pujier Trimmer, may be seen at Aaron Smith's carpet store. President Rose, of the Agricultural Society is about to resign. He finds his work too arduous. Seven or eight car loads of material for the construction of the San Fernando line, arrived yesterday. A. L. Sprague, late of the United States Navy, died at the residence of General Stoneman, on Tuesday. The Secretary will make a financial report to the Agricultural Society. Will it he published seriatim on Saturday? A new planer from the machine works of Power, Tainter A Co., Phil...

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Resolution of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

Resolution of Thanks. lais Angeles, Nov. pi, 137.1. Editors Herald— (Jmtlemm 1 At regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, held on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1873, it waß Resolved, That the thanks of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce are hereby tendered to the agent of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company at Ban Francisco, to the proprietors of the Han Francisco daily papers, and to the Secretary °f t' l<? Merchants' Exchange of San Francisco, for the prompt manner in which they have complied with the resolutions of this Chamber, In the matter of giving the proper credit of freight ami passengers to the ports of Los Angeles county. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded *to the above named parties, and also to the papers of this city, with the request that they publish the same. Very respectfully, Isaac W. Loin, Secretary ofthe Los Angeles ('hamber of Commerce. Stage Arrivals and Departures Nov. 19. SAN BERNARDINO. Arrivals...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 20 November 1873

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 1.-*ort of* Hnii Pedro* Arrived. Nov. 19—Bark W. H. dauitJy\Waguire, .Muster, with railroad material.

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