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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 23 November 1873
S» Tho Race of Time Keepers. HARPER &amp; DALTON, WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL DEALERS IX Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HABPKR * DALTON KKEP THE LARGEST STOCK lIV JLOS ANGELES OF THE 3IOST VARIED GOODS. EVERY KIND OF 1 lousoliold l^iii'iiitiiro, "KitolicMi l^iiniitiiro, A.fri*leiiltiir&amp;l Implements, PLUMBING, ROOFING GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED AT LOW RATES. Remember kite Addra—i NO. HI MAIN STREET, iDowney's Block I.OS AN GF.I.KS AGECY OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK &amp; CO. (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOB ANGELES j, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT .OF Office Stationery *V School Hooks. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. [for Stcimvay Pianos mid Oiipclett Organs. NEW PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED. E. H. WORKMAN. WM, 11. WORKMAN. WORKMAN BROS. MANUFACTURERS AND...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 23 November 1873
HOTELS. United States Hotel, L.OS ANGELES, Cal. The largest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. TH E ITNDERS IG NED IiEQ leave to Inform the traveling public thai they have leased this WELL-KNOWN HOTEL, and from their experience can truly say that iikkk permanent and transient boarders will lind a HOME. FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES We have suites of Rooms at moderate prices. Tbe extensive acquaintance we have lormcd o-roughout the State with the Travelling Community. is a sufficient gunntntee that this House will always be their FAVORITE RESORT, and we shall endeavor to maintain our reputation by keeping THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, nnd the CHOICEST wINKS AND LIQUORS for our bar.; We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. Our terms are moderate. Call and see us.-«i HAM ME L AND DENK KR. oeiltf CLARENDON HOTEL, MAIN NTKKKL LOS ANOELES. rpHIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS -A. hotel, lonnerly known ns the "Bella Union," has been enlarged, refitted, painted, and refurnished in th...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 23 November 1873
DOTTER &amp; BRADLEY, [SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER &lt;v LORD,) NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! NEW vV&gt;l&gt; CHOICE GOODi CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. X*rtcs€»ei Klill Hedueecl Rleganl Parlor Furniture made to order to null taste ol purchaser, at Ham FRAWttco pricks, and more durable work gnuranteed. Superb Walnut, Laurel nnd Mahogany Bod- ootn suits at remarkably low rate*. Also, ('(million nnd Medium Furniture, Of UOW nnd novel designs, at prices to correspond. No second hum! Goods handled by this firm in any shape. No misrepresentation allowed. Fine Spring Mattresses a specially. Great variety of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Lace and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, etc., etc. Muslu Stands, Piano stools and Piano Covers at less than san Francisco prices. Elaborate Draperies lurnished, of any design, drawings of which may he seen on application, only House in the city who have ii wagon ksi-kciai I V hiiiit for the safe ami...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 23 November 1873
CUCAMONGA WINE. DEPOT AT LOUIB MESMER'S WiNK CELLAR, underueuth the U.S. Hotel, wine by the Glaus, Bottle, or Uullon. All kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale nnd retail. SOTICK. The public of Los Angeles nre hereby nt tilled that no other person In I,os Angeles lut Louis Mesinerhus wines from the Cocomorgo lunches. J. L. NANHEVAIN. noMpim Notice to Creditors. TN THE PROBATE COURT OP J- tin' County of Angeles, State of California.—Estate Of John Do'rn, deceased. Nolice is hereby given by the undersigned, ndniinislratrix of said estate, to the creditors of and all persons havingclulms against the suid deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the flint publication ol this notice, to the said administratrix, at her residence near the Sisters' Hospital, or at the office of her attorneys, Hubbell &amp; Mtichcll, in Temple's Block, in tne Cllv und .County of Los Angeles. MARY JANE DOltN, Administratrix of the Estate of John Horn, d...
OPINIONS ON THE SPANISH IMBROGLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
OPINIONS ON THE SPANISH IMBROGLIO. The following opinions of the New York press, clipped from the copies of the 13th are of interest: No alternative but to topple their infamous and impotent provincial government into the sea and take possession in the name of outraged humanity. —[Evening Post. A prompt and thorough reprisal for the repeated acts of hostility- to our flag.—[Commercial Advertiser. We must defend our citizens in Cuba the same as in New York, even if war should be the result.—[Telegram. That quick sense of injury and that prompt assertion of the national dignity in former times at every infringement of our maritime rights was the best guarantee of the safety of citizens and property entitled to the protection of our national flag.—[World. We call the national honor a possession which, like the chastity of women, must be kept above the region of assault, doubt or controversy.—[Evening Mall. The shock of such wholesale slaughter we all feel, and the demand in tiie name o...
EASTERN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
EASTERN TELEGRAMS. SPECIAL TO THE HERALD. NEW YORK. Nkw York, Nov. 2?.—The Grand Jury has found indictments against v number of inspectors of election forviolation of election laws, and against other citizens whose proceedings on election day have been the subject of much comment. E. P. Biderman &amp; Co. have instituted su't against Daniel Drew, Eugene N. Robinson, and S. H. Allen, charging them with fraud nnd misrepresentation in regard to large transactions in certain stocks. It is alleged that Robinson was used by Drew to saddle stock on Biderman &amp; Co., after Drew had agreed not to sell any of his stock, but would buy more. The difference in dispute amounts to $1,000,---000. rA challenge has been issued by the Irish National Rifle Association'for a shooting match with representative Americans, to take place in the fall of 1874. The Association «cnt a team to Wimbledon, Which defeated the English and Scotch champions. Mrs. Moriarty anil a colored man quarrelle...
FIGHT IT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
FIGHT IT OUT. The fair delusion ofthe Los Angeles Herald, that by dignity and courtesy it might escape those bloodless but terrible newspaper wars that are the delight of our live journals, has been rudely dispelled, and the Herald discovers that it cannot have opinions, and express them, without running slap against the opinions of some other newspaper; that what it considers courtesy may not be so considered by somebody else; and that facts, as it looks at them, may appear like falsehoods seen through other eyes, and "war is inevitable." By giving its opinions of the Fair, which we more than half suspect to be correct, it puts a personal affront upon the Star, which proceeds immediately to resent it. The Herald says that the Fair was not a success, had done no credit to Los Angeles and its resources, and had degenerated into a series of races. The Star, which was "uncommonly interested" in the Fair, resents that account of it in a long editorial article of more than two columns. W...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
MERCHANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAILORMAIN BT.,nkarWELLB,FAROOA Co Makes the most fashionable style of O Jut © T II I ]&gt; «3 to be obtained lv the southern country. Also a largo stock ofthe Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet and silk Vesting*, etc. A fit guaranteed. Refers to the principal gentlemen of tho city for whom he has made clothing. No necessity to send to Sun Francisco for good fitting suits. oc'2tf-4p I. HAUCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. 0 COMMERCIAL STREET. All the LATEST STYLES received by every steamer, und mnde up ln the latest styles and most suitable manner, and on the most reasonable terms. U*.CALL AND EXAMINE these goods, before giving your orders. noltiinlpl GAMBRINUS BREWERY. JfIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES. Fine Lager Beer for sale IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. noa-lmlp JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor. FOR COUNCILMAN. A. F. WARNER is a Candidate for member of the Common Council from the First Word at the ensuing mun'clpnl eloctlon.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
MISCELLANEOUS. REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. Or CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Cash Capital, . 81,000,000 Branches In all tiie Slalesof the Union. HAVING N O W CO M P LET E D the organization of our 3r»»eifie Rranoli, We take pleasure In announcing that our Pacific Coast Stock holders have elected the following well-known citizens ns officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: /'resident: OLIVER ;eldridge. VU'e-Presidents: THOS. A. BALL, WM. R. WHEATON A. L. GURNEY Secretarvpro tern JAS. T. BOYD Attorney THOS. BROWN Treasurer CHAS. BURRELL Medical Examiner Kxecuiive Committee: OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE, JAS. T. P.OYD. GEO. W. BEAVER, CHAS. BURRELL, THOS. BELL, E. 11. PERRIN. Directors: OLIVER ELDREDGE.LELAXD STANFORD GEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. BROWN, N. G. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. H. SELBY, JAS. T. BOYD, R. F. MORROW, C. I. BRENHAM, S. F. BUTTERWORTH M. ft SWEENY, GEO. H. WHEATON, I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRLING, A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL, lOS. A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON, THOS. BELL. E. B. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSTCTAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE—No. 14 Downey's Block, up-stnlrs. _ oetf-tf DR. A. S. SHORB, HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICTAS. .UOYDU ' OFFICE—Nenrly opposite the Post Office. RESIDENCE-No. 13 Franklin sfivet. ■ oc'2-tf DR. H. S. OR ME, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Lanfraneo's Building, No. 71 Main street. Office Hours from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.,and from gto.S P. M. oc2-tf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYSICIAX AXD SUROEOX, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's Block, Commercial and Los Angeles streets. Mf" Special nttentlon pntd to diseases of tho EYE AND EAR. ooii-tf DR. J. W. OLIVER, JJOMCEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street, opposite the Mayor's Office. oe2-1 ptf DR. J. M. JANCSO, OFFICE IX THE U. S. HOTEL BUILDING, opposite the Court House, NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANOELES. »«-Special attention to Diseases of Children. no2o-1m&lt; 1 D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MECHANICAL, OPERATIVE AND SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE—39 Spring street, next to Fire...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
FORWA RDtNQ &amp; COMMISSION. J. L. WARD &amp; CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS —ANDManufacturers Agents. AGENTS FOR LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL [MARINE] INSURANCE COMPANY, (Combined assets exceed S14.000.0OO) BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER 6 HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY: THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND PORTER. no2-lmlp HELLMAN, HAAS &amp; 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 nnd 16 I,os Angeles and Commercial Sts., noS] LOS ANGELES. [lm-4p SIMON LEVY, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Genernl dealer in all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts ofthe United States. Nos. 24 and 34 Allso St.. LOS ANGELES. oc.Vly4p BUSINESS CARDS. "jTc7 JACKSON Keeps nil kinds o...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH TNSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND -I- SPANISH will be given to classes In the afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To a elans of live or less, perlesson $2 00 To a class of any number over five, per lesson $8 00 For further particulars, Inquire at the office of the Los Angeles Herald, of Lindley &amp; Thompson, or at the I'ico House. TESTIMONIALS : University of California, ) Department ok Languages. J. Oakland, July 11.1*72. ) Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley iias been a student In my department of the University for live consecutive terms, viz: from September, IH7O, to April 3d, 1872. During this time she studied the French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit mark for five terms being 97 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French andSpnnish Idioms ns to be able to speak them...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES"« SAN PEOW RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1878, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:45 A. M. and 1 P. it. I/&gt;H ANOELES—IO A. M. and 3:46 P. M. Kxoept on duys of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for Snn Francisco and San Diego will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. ft-f. • First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No Charge lor Ktoraero to nerehanlala the «J»nn4iy. JOHN MILNER, Agent at Los Angeles. 000 E. E. HEWITT, Rnpt. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. SCHCOI IT. FOB NOVEMBER. IS7S. THE STEAMERS &amp; Orizaba^g^ For Santa Barbara, Nan Pedro, Asm* helm Lauding and Nana Diego. STKAMER ORIZABA, CAPT. H. J. JOHKBTOIT, Leaves San Arrives San Leaves San Arrives San Francisco. Pedro. Pedro. Francisco. Nov 1 Nov 3 Nov 6 Not 8 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov „l«Nov J» Nov 25 Nov 27 Nov SO Dec. 2 STKAMER MOHONGO, CAPT. O. H. DOUGL...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
The Constitutional Convention of Pennsylvania closed its session on the 3d inst., and an election will be held on the loth proximo, to vote for or against its adoption. A number of radical changes In the direction of reforms, have been incorporated in the new Constitution for the Keystone State. One provision intended to restore popular elections to their former purity is that the officers of elections shall number the ballots as they are received and placed in the ballot bex, and the same number which is placed on the ballot must be recorded opposite the name of the person voting the same. Electors may, if they choose, also write or have their names written on the back of their ballots. Another provision is that any candidate who may be guilty of any fraud on the election law, shall be forever disqualified from holding any office of trust or profit. Another conservative provision concerning legislation, requires that a bill shall be read on three different days before its final pas...
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. The following local cases were acted upon in the Supreme Court on the 21st inst: Slaughter vs. Fowler—Argued by Brunson for appellent, by Glassell for respondent and submitted. Dubordieu vs. Butler —Argued by McFarland for appellant; by Smith for respondent and submitted. Dubourdieu vs. Butler—Submitted on argument of No. 3,83? and briefs on tile. Hancock vs. Thorn—Order denying new trjal affirmed; remittitur forthwith. Hancock vs. Pico—Judgment reversed and cause remanded with direction to render judgment for plaintiff for tbe sum of $3,000 and costs; remittitur forthwith.
Card from Dominguez. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
Card from Dominguez. Los Anoeles County Jail, i November 22, 1873. / Editors Herald: I feel desirous to give notice to all my friends, relatives and countrymen residing in the city or county of Lob Angeles, with the hearty invitation to bid them a last farewell. It is the last favor I ask in my distress. Being a man with a large family, dependent on him for their daily subsistence, accused and found guilty of the crime of homicide in Ihe second degree. The sentence of the Court will be passed upon me on Friday, November 28, and I am ignorant of tbe time I will be taken to my final abode. I do hereby forgive sincerely all grievances caused to me by my former enemies or opponents in opinion. Pedro H. Dominouez.
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
Late Telegrams. EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HERALD. NEW YORK. New York, Nov. 22.—Tweed has been sentenced to 12 years in the county jail, and fined $12,750. A dispatch from St. Johns says the cable steamer Robert Low was lost in St. Marys bay on Wednesday morning. The chief officer and two boats' crews were saved, but the captains and two other boats are missing. The tug St. Cabot has been dispatched to assist the steamer. New York, Nov. 24.—Michael Harold, keeper of a restaurant on Broome street, was stabbed to death last night, in his saloon, by Pierre Stefano, while endeavoring to stop a quarrel between the latter and one Sargent Paoll. The murderer was arrested. John D. Warrington, partner of Ingersoll, known as the "Ring Chairinaker," and jointly indicted with him for forgery in endorsing a warrant for $lo,ooO,has been arrested. Sheriff" Brannan says Tweed will not be removed to the penitentiary today, and when he does go he may be allowed any conveyance lie desires at his own expense. ...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 25 November 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. SAN FRANCISCO. Tbe Trotting; Race between Ham Fiirdj and St. James Earthquakes Ueu. Lagrange Acquitted The Sunrite Case Saocka, etc. San Francisco, Nov. 22. There was a large attendance at the Agricultural Park to-day to witness the trotting race between St. James and Sam. Purdy. St. James took two heats, Sam. Purdy took two heats, St. James first, Sam. Purdy second, St. James won the third heat, but it was given to Purdy on account of alleged foul driving. The fourth heat was won by St. James. Time: 2:39, 2:30, 2:28£. 2:28*. On account of darkness the fifth heat was postponed until Monday. Much feeling was exhibited at the decision of the judges on the third heat, but the crowd finally quietly acquiesced. Purdy at the last was the favorite in the pools at $250 to $175. San Francisco, Nov. 24. Michael Sheehan and Mrs. Borigan, his mistress, got into a fight to-night, in the course of which Sheehan received a dangerous cut in the head from some weapon in the ...