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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. SAN FRANCISCO. [Special to the Los Angeles Herald.) first Itain of tho Si'ii Trial of 4 urtl.i i'or Miirder—MareNHulloy ol the "SourUe" Hrresie.i—ALl I'or .Vfeut pi. is. San Francisco, &lt;Vt. B. Thi Beard of stock Bfoktn gf tins city to-day subscribed sif.'itNl for the people of Memphis. The triul of Thomat* Curtin for killing Win. Johnson, tlu* alleged leduwr of liofciuliiiit's thitiLtliter, pomitteiif'td to-day iv the Mutliclpal Court. A lictivy shower of rain fell here thin afternoon. Capt. A. F. Scott, shippinji-niuster, has been indicted by the jfranil jury for having bribed tgje seamen of the ship Sunrise not to give their testimony ugninst Capt. Clarke ami his mates. There were nine bloody alt'rays unionist Hoodlums on Pacific and Jackson streets last night, the result is, the city prison to-day is filled with specimens of the element. The worst surviving members of' the Modoc tribe, Including Rarnacho and Slolux, will be brought to Alcutrat....
A Poetic Gem. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
A Poetic Gem. The poem published on the first page of the Hkiiald, entitled "Los Angeles," is from the pen of a very gifted lady in Santa Barbara —Ming Nettie Lagrange. Tho word "gifted" is all too tnilil a term to apply to this young lady. She is cijually happy in writing gems like the one referred to, or in describing loit miles of country from the top of a stage-coach. As proof-reader, or in the thousand-and-one different duties of a journalist, she is not only competent, but singularly talented and capable. The Hkrai.d bates puffing, and believes that no unmerited word of praise has ever yet appeared in its columns. Certain it is, however, that whether viewed as a poetess, a descriptive writer, or considered with reference to her general knowledge of the conduct of a newspaper, Miss stands pre-eminently alone in California. Tin: Han Diego Daily World of the 4th shakes hands with the Hkrald as subjoined. The Hkrald returns the grip with all its might, accepts "a good honored dub"...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
NEW TOjDAY\ WANTED-A WOMAN TO DO general housework. Apply at lirst house on Main, south of Fourth st. oc'lf 11. ('. WII.KV. hi It. HKHKY. WILEY A BERRY, REAL ESTATE AGENTS —AND--COMMISSION MERCHAXTS, No. M MAIN HTRKKT, LOS ANOKLKS. oe7-llnlp TURNEREIN GERMAN lA. ( J ENERAL VERSAMMLI'NG, VJ HON N KRSTAO, DF.N Men Ol TollF.lt, Attends S uhr, tucnktllcli. F. LF.COI VHKI X, Kr-t. i Spic.-hcr. li. Makxhex. Rwter Kchrlfl wart, QC7-Bp'M ELECTION TICKETS, I3IUNTED STRICTLY IN COXX formltv with th' 1 requirement* ot tha t'ODKs.at the HKKALH OFFICK, oc? Kprinif itWN't FOR SALE. ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 sti-ioO acres situateit In the nofthWeijt ipuirtci of Ihe lands of Los Aiw.de- city. Price MUtt, Inquire of [oc7-l\v] C. A LTQRKB. FOR SALE. ONE LOT 60x1 lib, ON TIIE BELLE* vue Terrace Tinel, near the Woolen Mill. Kiisllv Irrigated from Ihe Woolen Mill ditch. Price $400. Inquire of 0. A. STOKKK. FOR SALE. ONE COTTAGE, 24x32—CONtalnlm; (! rooms, water, and sink in tin* kitchen; newly painted; In a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
LOS ANGELES Weekly Herald Will. APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL Wf. As THK ALTA CALIFORNIA, a ii.l rantata rnily Three Columns of Advertisement*! « LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PHICE: $4 PER ANNUM ! N~6 W LADIEK, YOC I AN BUY FI HUT clnsN Millinery and Fanoy Goods, Just nrrlved dlreet from tho Kant. Wi&gt; nro d&gt;t&gt;&gt;rmlii&lt;Hl to muk« on« OKANH ILKAHLNG SALK, anil ott.ir our large stork, commcrc Ing th« miaHon, ut TO emits on the Imllnr, ut No. I Spring »lrw&gt;t. ...•Minis .MHs. .1. K. Hm) X 1.1..
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS OK THK Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN KVKftY KTYLR. Paper Hangings or VM'teil uml fhntrwl hues. The Carpet Warehouse Will. REMOVE ONMonday. October 6th, 1873. -*Itl THK i» i t i&lt;: 3i i Nrz h Lately oceuphd hy .1. 11. WRMtft°T4 Cl), This mufoiitlc-nt store Ins Iwn rutin ly A rtflX LINK OK THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN A 1.1. ITS HHAN. HES. China Mattings, Coil Mattings, Rugs and Mats. iNfcw Sly Im,i COADELINE VALENCES •\NO LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. neS-lini»
A Fight with a Bear. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
A Fight with a Bear. • Air. ltasmussen, of Xl Monte, while deer-hunting in the Arroyo Seeo Caiion, on Friday morning last, suddenly found himself confronted by a fullgrown she hear and two cubs. The old one, immediately advanced on Mr. It., evidently intending to give him to her young for their morning meal. Mr. K. tired hut missed his mark, and before he could reload, Bruin wus upon him and scratched his face, hands and side in a shocking manlier. fteing powerless to tight the henr at such close quarter*, Mr. K. tried the virtue of a "ydl" and succeeded-ill searing his would-be destroyer. He picket! up Ids hat and gnu and proceeded home, feeling grateful that he had escaped with so little damage. Sensational bear stories are very much in vogue, hut the above is a literal relation of a narrow ik'uth-esoape. Hospital Report. The following is the report of the Los Angeles County Hospital', as submitted hy the Health Officer to the Hoard of* Supervisors for the third quarter of the yea...
OUR INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
OUR INDUSTRIES. .Hit ii ii l» el ure of I from ('mil.' I'd roll-in.i. Gas, iii this city, cost* ft) p,«r I.ihKi feet. This is v fact; A scheme has been set oft toot in the county to illuminate the town at an expense of Sli to $2 50 per 1,0110 feet. This is a theory. The report of the l.os Angeles Petroleum and Refining 'Company is subjoined. They promise to supply benzine, paralline, naptha, and lubricating oils, and arc prepared to illuminate the city in the same way that SharpSburgis lighted. One barrel of oil will makeß,ooo feet of gas, and the company is prepared at once to adopt and put Into practical operation tlie "Gearing process." The retorts uml machinery that the company propose to place tie re will utilize 2,000 to 2, SOU gallons per diem. The oil supply is endless, and the scheme practical. It is submitted, without prejudice or further comment, to the readers of the RSKALD, Annexed is the report of the Company, and also a description of tbe operation of Illuminating gas...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
COMMERCIAL. Sun I'rHnciwco Market*—By TelCjtrnnk. San Francisco, Oct. 8. Flour, Sti 7Vu„.7; wheat, ft aim 2 Hi; hurley, ?1 4M/I tin: outs, 91 50;a17V, potatoes, $Pi,l ht£ Freight i.int. Fol low IURI UR is a list of Imports from Sun Fruneiseo, received vi tlie depot, marked: Xo. Pkgs I F A H li A S Melt I (J .1 1 A Winkler 1 till 2 It m II B O Hinds 1 Hell A Wrceii 1 .1 B Keys at li A Co li | H N A Co MM li S I 11 lioekwciler 7 C .'ft 11 11 (iird 1 C E Miles 15 | II Campbell II CII M Herald 1 Clt 21 il A I) 25 V P 7 II 11 ACo 1.11 C Pragcr .1 Harper A DA I ton 2 (IA I' 75 I* .1 ! Hotter A- Lord S3 H X 7 luicominuu liros 2 II D It A Co II Fl' Howard 1.1 IP. Vi X X Mell 12 ,1 L II 5 X R Fisher 1 JI, Ward .id X I 6 J M ACo :«» F liros 7S .1 Sanders 1 F (lunther 1 ,1 Lewis 2 F I' F Temple 911 I Colin I .IS 1 X IS I Norion aCo a Norton Bros t&gt; .1 USA Co li N.l 45 .1 lleruurd 2 P Morgan II KM 2 P M 7 .1 M 8 I' A &lt;J IS I. M 14 It A li ;S I, Lehman 4 Rev FUirard I L Col...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
_ CANDIDATE NOTICES. t-oa iiiN't'Kicr Ji iao:. ANDKI'.W (iI.ASSKLLis hereby iOinouneeil us' a candidate fur the otttce of District lodge of the Serenteenth Judicial District, ut the Judicial election in October. Y. HKITI.VKPA la announced as a cundldale tor th.' office of District Judge of tlie 17th Judicial District. FOX COI'XTY JI'DOK. 11. K. S. O'MKLVKNY Is a candidate for ('onut&gt; Judge of l.os Angeles county, al tlie October election. A. A. WILSON' is it candidate Ibrthe officii ot County Judge at the October election. FOX Jl STICK Ol' THK s&gt;KA«'E. W.l'. HOLM AN Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace of Los Angeles Township, at Ihc ensuing Judicial Ktccitou. J. J. A HUM will Is' v candidate tlir Justice Of tin- Peace, for this Township, ut the ensuing Judicial election. JOHN TKAITOHD will be a candidate tor re-election to the ollice of Justice of the Peace lor Los Angeles Tow hip, at the October election. aapaajasjjHpj|B^pa|Bj^^ WANTS. | Wants published at...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES &amp; SAN PEDRO _Rjr_ll_»OA.l&gt;. ON ANI) AFTER APRIL 1, 1H73, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINOTON 7:15 A. Al. and 1 P. If. LOS ANUKLKS-10 A. It. and 4 P. AL Except on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego will leave Lis Angeles by the 10 A. AI. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. Uti First-class passenger cars will run regularly. So Charge Air Storage to Merchant* lv the Country. JOHN MII.NKH, Agent at bos Angeles, oc'-'tl K. K. lIX WITT, Supt. AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF the above Mail Steamship Companies for the Southern Const, 1 am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAOF. TICKETS by any of those lines of steamers, To and from Europe, to New York and San Francisco at Ihe lowest rates. Also give MONEY It »STAL ORDERS to all parts of (•erniauy, Naitaer...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
_____ REAL ESTATE. 3. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY I BUYS ANI) HELLS REAL ESlute In nil sections of I lie I'nion. H«&gt; large tract* tor .sale In Southern Calltoinia. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics. Homes for Business Men, Country Horn cm. Stuck If Uiljjf.-n. MllCfll T?HII(SVH, Vineyard, &lt; )vcliiu-ilm, City Huinf&gt;n, ut all kinds ami ut all prices. Special attention paid tn MM EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. A PKItPETUAL FAIR, whore the best products of the country will be freely put on exhibition, to which ull persons are not only invited, but Urged to contribute. It will not only tend tn entertain our visitors, but will enahle them to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them to unite their capital und energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate in the world. Bring Along Your Best Results ol honest labor, und curioiiN freaks ...
Hanging Yankee Jim. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
Hanging Yankee Jim. To the San Diego Union we are indebted for the following interesting record of a remarkable trial and execution: In August 1852 there were three disagreeable men in San Diego, named James Robinson alias "Yankee Jim," James Grayson Loring and William Harris. They hailed from the early mining camps, and soon after their arrival came information of a reliable character which painted out Yankee Jim as a dangerous character. It was said that he had loafed around various mining camps, and, watching his opportunity, had pounced upon miners in out-of-the-way places, murdered them and robbed' them of their gold and trinkets. As long as he behaved himself he was not molested here. Yankee Jim was a Canadian Frenchman, six feet and three or four inches, in height and well developed physically. He had anything but a prepossessing appearance and was shunned by all respectable people. STEALING A BOAT— GRAND LARCENY. At the time we speak of, Yankee Jim and his two companions sto...
PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. The first of October, Tiikljos ANOKI.KS HKHALI), D dnily uml weekly newspaper, will make its appearance. Tlie Daily will lie a neat ami tastily printed seveii-eolliinii newspaper, newsy rather than literary in character. Tlie Weekly will fc* a six-column, elflnpage pn;s&gt;r, ami will conliiln the most important muttef that has pri vioii«l\ appeared in Tnk Daii.v HIUW It is proponed that tbe 11 Kit M. !&gt; -hull beau tinhougUl advocate of every interest pertalllhnftn southern California mul Arizona, ami a zealous worker in all things that shall tend to benettl lhe state. In v word it will he iv close c. tin in ii it ion with the People, lv its column*, from time to tine- will he found mailers of Interest to the I 'nilloiiiia Farmer, .Mechanic, Merchant, buborer, and all classes of produc ts; ami it will also contain rending matter Milted to the Home Circle. The llKit vi.ii will in-an Independent Demoera tic Journal and its effor...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
5? The Race of Time Keeper*. HARPER &amp; DALTON, whoi.fsw.f \FH RETAIL DEATiERM IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HAIIPKTI * DALTON KEET THK LARGEST STOCK Il\ I ..Of* AINtiELES OF THK MOST VARIED (iOOI)S. EVERY KIND OF 11 oiitMoliold 111*1111 lll'C, ECltoHoti l^iii'iiitui'o, ,Vt» l*i&lt;«l|| I 111-21 I I 111 ]&gt; 14* 111 4*II t K. PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY \NI&gt; NEATLY EXECUTED AT I.oW RATE*. 11 elllemlici' tlio Ailtlri'ss: HARJ »T3H She 1 &gt;vVI iT&lt; Km. Hi MAIN' MTRKKT. OOHiiey'M Hlocki MIN AM 4.MIN AG EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK &amp; CO. (ADJOINING THE POBT-OFFICE, LOS ANGELEHj, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPI.F.TF. ASSiIUTMI'.NT OF OHloc* Htntionory cV Mohool Bookn. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. JLflfOlltN for SG...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. THE HERALD J() B PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STREET, OPPOgfTK TWK col XT HOI'SF, LOS ANGELES, ' attention of the business corn* * mutiny ni' i.&lt;&gt;r- \tiiy|fM city ami county UI n \ licit to tlir l.lfil.'l. s iif Hum office for exteuting every description nl BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner in which a great part of the Job Printing In Southern I'aliforniu him hitherto been executed, the proprietors of this establishment hnvu determined to Institute h new order of thing- 111 this business. ' A NEW POWER PRESS. 11he fir&gt;t to reach this far south on the Paelllc ('oast &gt;, caputilc of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or iv colors, is already running, and in a few weeks will he driven by STEAM POWER, Which will also ho attached to their n.'W and ELEGANT •Tol» Ppphwph. The facilities for turning out work will thus he equal to most and superior to many office* in San Fruneiseo. A SPLENDID AHBORTMEN...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 October 1873
DOTTER &amp; LORD, NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! Mi&lt;2W AND CHOICK GdplM OOJJHTANTLV ARRIVING. PrU'OK Klill F'nrtlior 3s-«Mtiio«Kl Rlegant parlor Furniture made to order to unit histo ol purchaser, ut San Francisco patent, and more durable work gunraateed. supi rl. Walnut, bam I and Mahogany Bed-mom suits at remarkably low rater. \iso, common and Medium Furniture, of new and novel designs, at price* to correspond. No seeood band floods handled by tills Arm in any shape. No misrepresentation allowed. Pine Soring Mattresses a specialty. Ureal variety ol Wall Paper, Window shades, l.uee and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, etc., etc. Music Stands, Piano Slisds and Piano Covers at le«s than San Francisco prices. Kluboralc Draperies furnished, of any design, drawings oi which liiav he seen ou application. Only House In tin- city who have a wagon l.sr-KCIAI.I.r hull! for the sale ami careful moving of Furniture. &lt; too...