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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald NUMBER 6. VOLUME I. LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873.

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FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

FISHING. M . heorl il v:. a lit lie li di, Adow 11 life's : 1 iea in lei llonting; Your bearl 11 menj ti her-mnld, I pon t lie cm nut boat inc. - Your line it uas v golden hull: YoUr Look ti "lance s,, be, in,/, '1 hat det p \. ii 100 my coral grove, Mj lone bearl Ii It like n>\ _t in i_ i*_riik *"i i-jti»i f»t bail you ptaei 1 n0..11 v.Mtr liool , A smile, like sunlight dan an:•; Aud ....11 within tnj henrl I fell lis 1 >iiiel my heart trings luneiii [. You were hiii kind lo lei tue die, But plneed toe in 11 rl\ er; \\ heie- ivlmming al ways bj your side, 1 catch your smiles forever, 1.. 11. Tim 11 is.

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Justices of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Justices of the Peace. EDITOR HERALD: When we consider the extensive civil and criminal jurisdiction conferred by law upon the Justices' courts in this State, and the large amount of business transacted in those courts, we can realize the importance of having them presided over by men who are "honest, capable and faithful." Disclaiming all intention of dWbaraging any one, permit me to say a lew words in behalf of \V. ('. Hoi man, who Is a candidate for that ollice. Ht Ih not a newcomer or nt ranger here. luit immigrated to and lias beeu ti res* blent of this coast ever since 1845, Strictly temperate In his habits, of unswervingintegrity, he has always been regarded, wherever he has refilled, as an honeat, •upright, intelligent and enteiprlHiiig citizen. Atone time he was a leading, wealthy ami Influential merchant of San Francis* co. Having lost his fortune, chiefly hy engaging In enterprises for the building up and developing ihe resources of the country, he went to sviii k like a ...

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PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

PROSPECTUS OF THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. The first ol October, Tltß lion Anoki.kh Hkb* Ai.h, a ilnllj and weekly newspaper, will make Its appearance, Tho Dally will be a neat ttiiil tastily prm led se yiuvool tuiin newspaper, new-;, nilfier than lilernry iv character. The Weekly will ben six-column,eight-page paper, und will c mUiin the most Important matter thai li c previous!} appeared in Tut: Daily hi.uai.t>. it is proposed that tic tlEitAi.u shall he an uitboughl advocate of every Interesl pertaining to HouthernCalifinnln and Aritsona,and Rxealnuß worker In all things thai shall tend to hell, til the Slate. 11l a Moid il will be in close communion with tiie People, in its columns, from time to time will be found matters of Interest to Ihc California Farmer, Mechanic, Merchant, l ,nborer, and till classes of IToduceTs; and it will also contain reading mat ter suited to I in- Home t 'Irele, The 111: it mi. will be an Independent It. niocriitic Journal nnd itaeflDrts direct...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, I )IIYSH'IAN AN'l> Sl'iiCEON. OFFICE No. II Howney'.. Block, \\\t stairs. (if I DR. A. S. SHORB, J PHYSICIAN. OFWPE Nearly opposite the port Offloe. KKsinENCK No. 1:1 Fmnklln street. _____ "'*-*' t DR. H. S. OR ME, OHYSIOTAN AND SI'KIIKON, off ICK A.MU!KSI|i|:N('K In I .antral V Building, .N<>. , l Main sheet. Oflice 11..in - from io A. M. to I P. M«and from •_' lo :: P. M. ,„■ n DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYHKffAN AND BURGEON, OFFH'E AND rrsidk.ncr in tfeitisch'H Hlool;, i 'oinuu-rcitll ami l.os Angeles streets, i special attention paid io disease*, of iluRYK AND WAR. oc.'-lf DR. J. W. OLIVER, J joMIK.OPATTIIST. t«l TICK AM) I! KM 11 >KNI 'K—Sprilli? "I reel, opposite lllU .May or's Ollice. ne'Mptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MKCH ANIOA L, OP l.l' All V E AX I) RrTRffKoN )>F\ I'IST. officf.—,i:i spring street, nexi to Kin- Enfclhc Rohse. oct-tf UU K. K. o'MKi.VKN V, H. T. HA ISA It li. O'MELVENY &am...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

FORWARDING &. COMMISSION. J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS - AND— Manufacturers Agents. AI.I MS t'oU LONDON ASSOiIAKIi COKFOIIAfiON; UNION WmWkt COMPANY Oi S;.N*fRANCISCO; CuMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY. |C Lined assets pieced... &11.000.000. BAHCOCK'S FILL. IXTINCIiISHTIi; BAKCK & HAMILTON'S AGKICULIUiIAL siACIIINIiif, THK CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON SWAN BP,rWiI.Y CO.'S ALL AND fO.tTfi!. i.e'.Minlp BELLMAN. HAAS & CO. it w a R i > its <; AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, hay E FOR BALE THK PUREST GROCERIES, THK REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Qf the choicest impottcd Brands, Paints, Oils, Doors. Sashes. BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Hand l« Los Ani.vles and Comiiieieial Sis., ocil] Los ANtiKLKS. jlut lp I. B. FERGUSON'S 10M.MISSION HOUSE Is Ihc I'.vcliisive Commission House lo H» to l.ii- Ct.'r.vlhiiiK' Yon Witnl. oej- III! SIMON LEVY, / H ) M M I SS I 0 N M X RCH A NT. V.' General dealer ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. It I. AMI HLK! LIFE INSURANCECO. or ciihauo. n.i.fnoin. Cash Capital, . $1,000,000 BfMMtMi ill nil I lie MttMWl the I a ion. HAVING NOW COMPLETED (lv- organisation of our Wo take pleasure in announcing that our Par elfic Coast stockholders have elected the following well known citizen* as othccr. of our PACIFIC BRANCH: /'/. ■ iil< nl: OLIVER BLDRIDGE, Vie. - Pre*Mpnf«; THOK A. BALL, WM. I!. WIIKaTon A. L. GURNEY Secretary pro teia .1 as. 'i. BOYD utorney THOS. BROWN Treasurer CHAS. BITRRELL Medical Examiner /.Y,rer/rr i bwHsat/er; OLIVERELDIUDOR, los. A. DONOHOE, .1 \S. T. BOYD, GEO. W. BEAVER, CHAS. I'.I'HHELL, Tllos. HKLL, K. B. PERRIN. TttrMorii OLIVER ELDREWIR.LELANDBTAHFOBD GEO. W. BEAVER, Tllos. BROWN, N. G. KITTLK; <'. CHRIHTIANSKN, JOHN P. MILLER, THOH. H. SELBY', .1 \S. T. BOYD, R. P. MORROW, C. I. BKENHAM, s. P.HIITTERWORTH M. I). SWEENY. GEO. H. WHEATON, i. FRIEDLANDER, WM. STRUNG, A. BLACK. THOS. A. BALL, los. A. DONOHOE, WM. R&am...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH ANI) * SPANISH will be given to classes in the at lernooiis or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY T ■: RM S: To a class of live or less, per lesson <cj (10 To a class ot any number over live, per lesson $3 (10 For further particulars, Inquire at the oflice ol the Los AsiiKd.l'.s Hkkai.ii, of Dudley A Thompson, or at the Pico House. r U KSTIM ONI VI„K : I'NIVKIiSITV OC < 'AI.IKOIiMA, ) llKl'.Ot'i MX.NT OK l/ANOUAUEH. Oakland. July n, imtl 1 . ) Herewith 1 certify that Miss Josephine Dudley bus been a student in my department Of the University i;,r live consecutive terms, viz: lrom September, 1870, to April 3d, 1*72. liuring this time she studied the French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, ber average credit mark for five terms being »7 per cent. On entering ihe University, Mis-'. Dudley noaaesaed already such knowledge of the French and...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10,1 I, 12, 13, 14and 16. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME! FIVEDAYH' KACING --AND — Stock Parades and Exhibitions. And oiic whole day devoted to l-ADV EQFKSTUIAMHM. AND OTHER SIGHTS. FIRST DAY. Hist Haee- Trotting—For horses that me owned in tiie district at Hits date, that havo never beaten three minutes. Mile heats; three In rive to harness- purse of 8,'iOO; 4200 to tlie first liorse, and 8100 to the second; flvo or more to enter. Second Race—Running rnee of a mile dash, for nil two-year olds owned and raised In this district. Purse ol $100; $200 to first and $luo to second; live or more to enter. Third Race—Running-Free for nil California or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch weights. Purse $150; 9100 to the first and S'sllo the second; five or more to enter. BF.COND DAY. First Race- Gentlemen's Saddle Race—Hingis dash of one mile; to,curry not less than...

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A Monarchy in France. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

A Monarchy in France. Monday')* telegrams show that the fears of the French Republicans, expressed when MeMalion was elected President of the Republic, were too well founded. They looked upon his election as a wedge to prepare the opening for the introduction of monarchy; they thought a President was elected that a King might succeed. In accordance with their fears it is now proposed to establish a monarchy, based on the old charter of ISI4. This means that an attempt w ill again he made to degrade France by putting an imbecile king—Bourbon or Orleanist —upon its throne; it means that republicanism may again proven failure in France, and lnisgovernmcnt uuiy again be the rule. When the noble France of past history fell, when she lay bleeding and torn beneath the German rule, every historic heart bled with her; when she rose up still bleeding and put on the garments of freedom and began to heal her wounds, every heart rejoiced. It was then hoped that the troubles of France were over; ...

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Cold Flowing into the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Cold Flowing into the Country. For some reason, not readily made out, just as a financial crisis occurs iv the East, gold begins to come in. Ever since Jay (,'ooke's failure there has beeu a constant stream. The tirst shipment notified was S.">00,000 United States Eagles drawn from the Bank of England with $MMNB in sovereigns. This was followed by |M 0,090 iv a feudays, and $1,250,008 left London Satterday. These sums make M ) 000»000 reiKirted, but other sums not reported may increase the figure to $10,000,000 before the market turns. On the Ist proximo $2'>,000,00U is due for interests on United States bonds. January Ist, $30,000,000 more is payable; also $20,000,000 principal of the 5 per cent, debt falls due. All these sums make $85,000;000 gold to come on the market, besides what the Treasury may sell. Of necessity, gold must come down and greenbacks go up. The good time is coming when we shall have one currency as well as one country. Of course San Diego ...

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Political Defeneration. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Political Defeneration. It seems almost impossible to issue a single number of an Independent paper without some plea for right, some cry against wrong. It is the one theme that is never old, and which hears constant repetition, Corruption exist iv so many forms that it is hard to tell where to assail it. It penetrates even the meetings of civic dignitaries, is rampant in the merchant's ollice ami the pulpit, until no profession or class is free from its inoculation. The great cry that goes up from the hearts of ithe people to-day is reform. The one longing of thousands of American citizens is for political ami social purity. If corruption and law lessness stopped in the ring of politics, it would matter less; hut it invades homes, ruins families ami saps the very roots ot even ordinary morality. For one divorce case that was heard of a dozen years ago there are legions now; where one defaulter disgraced his name formerly there are hundreds to day. It is a bold assertion but a true ...

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Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Racing. The Southern District Agricultural Society, with commendable energy, is raising a purse to induce some of the flyers from the upper country to visit the Fair. Already !?7,(MM» is to he given away in premiums,and now it proposes to increase the amounts of the two principal running races to 9*760 ami $650, as the first prizes respectively. If these fl,ooo purses do not tempt owners of horses above to contest for the Society's prizes, they are sadly wanting in energy and spirit. The Hkkai.d hopes to see some of the crack horses at the ensuing Fair. There is yet a whole month in which to prepare, and a great many flyers are still in training. A visit to Los Angeles at this time of year is most delightful; the fruit trees are bowed down with their golden burdens, ami the whole district, from Santa BUteif *J> hOS - A -"- geles and thence to San Diego, is joying such an autumn as only Southern California knows. The Southern District Agricultural Association has worked ve...

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The Herald and the Granges. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

The Herald and the Granges. This morning the HRRALO publishes the list of all the(.ranges established in this county. The great motto of the Granges is anti-mono/wli,. Tilts is also the watchword of the HERALD. There is no doubt that the Grangers will be hereafter a more Important element in controlling politics than now exists in America. Its members are hard-working honest farmers, and men all opposed to the duplicity that now exists amongst office-holders. Their object is to purify the morals of the political field. That is the Hkkald's object too. This newspaper and the Grangers' Societies are alike new enterprises and they are both succeeding. Every honest agriculturist should be a Granger, ami the progress of the Society will be carefully watched and noted in these columns.

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Mr. Piercy. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Mr. Piercy. Samuel W. Plercy called a( the H kkald office yesterday. He contemplates a week's rest, and will exchange, for that length of time, the severe studies of lengthy parts for a good country ramble and perfect relaxation. No young actor has ever visited Los Angeles with such satisfactory results. He is a credit to the dramatic corps, and a sincere lover of his profession. A highly educated graduate of an eastern college, now practicing law iv this city, has promised the Hkkai.d acareful criticism on Mr. Piercy's Hamlet. In days to come, when the top round of the ladder has heen reached, this rising young actor will not forget that in Los Angeles he haH been recognized as a student of the highest order, an actor of remarkable power, and a gentlemen of rare amiability and courtesy The San Francisco Xewn Letter of the 4th instant is, as usual, full of fun, blrsphemy and news. In one page it (puates a beautiful translation of " Veni Sancte Spiritux," and in another it is grossly...

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Orange Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Orange Culture. Tlie questions subjoined, being of great iniiiortance, nn hesitancy is felt in republishing them. Without any purpose to cavil, but with :i desire of accomplishing the greatest good) the Heralddesires to have them auswered, ami answered fully. Thus niiieh will Le done towards giving people' abroad a better idea nf what our products and resources are. No one need hesitate to answer, fearing that what he writes will not be in proper shape. Thai, if necessary, will be well attended to by others. I. What kinds of oranges succeed best. 2. HOW do you get the seeds'." o. How do you plant or sprout them? a. The best Way? //. The best soil? r, The best time? 4. (/. What kind of care or culture do oranges need, and how much of it? 6. What kind of fertilizers, and what amount, have proved best? 5. How often, how long, and in what way, should the sprouting seeds be if. Watered? I>. Screened or sheltered? .-. Weeded? (i. Of every hundred seeds, how many, on an average,...

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The County Assessorship. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

The County Assessorship. Editor Hbbaum The Kxprem* of last evening slightly erred iv its statement that Thomas H. Burdick has "sued out a writ against the County Clerk," etc. Thos. H. Burdick claims that he was elected over his competitor, I). Botiller, the present incumbent, by some .100 votes, as is shown by the minutes ef the Board of Supervisors, wherein they have declared and recorded their oflieial count of the votes cast for that office. Notico to that effect was demanded, and Mr. Burdick's attorney received the certificate of the County Clerk to the above effect, which saves all necessity for the issuance of the writ Off mandate, the certificate of the clerk being constructive notice of the fact of his election. On one of the trips of the Aspinwall steamers the steerage passengers were so numerous as to make them uncomfortable. The sleeping accomodations were quaintly described by a Californium who approached the captain and said: " 1 should like to have a sleeping berth, if...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Special to the Los Angeles Herald.] SAN DIEGO. List of Passengers - Indian Agent en route for San Francisco — F.<|uallßU• no.i ol Time*—Tide l and Nqunbule —\o More Money lor tlie Wafer (out puny. San DiF.do. Oct. ii. Pacific Mail S. S. Mohongo sailed at 10 a. m. for Sun I'Vancisco via way ports, with following passengers: Mrs. E. Hughes, J. 11. Stout. J. H. Snyder, J. S. Gordon, E. Krause, M. Burns, Chas. L. Smith, Robt. Castle, Jos. Houg, H. A. Waterman, Geo. Rounds, F. Hall, with li' way and hi steerage. .1. H. Stout, Special Agent of the Pima and Maricopa Indians, at the Gila Reservation, Arizona, is en route to San FruiU'isco par S. S. Mohongo, to await further instructions regarding the movements of his party. He is in charge of Antonio Azul, Chief of the PI mas, ami Juan Cliivari, Chief of the Maricopas, two sub-Chiefs and an Interpreter, destined to Washington, thence to the Indian Territory to look up a suitable place for the location of...

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Vote for Two Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Vote for Two Justices. Judge Crockett was elected in October, 1809, and neither himself, nor any of his friends then claimed that bis term of office was for ten years. The law under which he was elected was the Act of April, ISOI, Section 4 of which is as follows, providing for the election of a Justice to 611 a vacancy: "The Justice thus elected shall hold his office for the balance of the unexpired term of his predecessor." [See Hittell's Digest, paragraph 1225. Was Judge Crockett elected to fill a vacancy. Of this there cau be no doubt. Judge O. L. Shatter elected in 1806, drew the long term for ten years which, of course, would expire in 187H; but he resigned in I sun, having four years of his term left. To this vacancy Judge Crockett was appointed by Governor Huight. and, subsequently, at the election in October, 1809, he was elected. The regular Democratic ticket upon which he ran was printed as follows: For Justices of Supreme Court - For full term, WILLIAM T. WALLACE. For va...

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