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

NEW _ TO RENT. U/\ ACRES OF LAND, NEAR ('"/ iho city, with a good house, and water from olty snnja*. Apply at BKODBICK'H Book Store. QCStf N. B. WHITFIELD. BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AOBNT. Part leu lar attenlion paid to ill' purchase and side of sheep. Offlee with .1. t,. Ward A l'o. ocs-lplni DIVIDEND NOTICE. KarnkkhA MncNants' Bask, ( Loa Amomlm October 7, U7S, i A DIVIDEND OF $6 PER SHARE ha* been declared on ihe capital stock oithe{farmers'and Merchants' Bunk ol l.os Angeles, payable on the ue h Inst. oeTmi Isalas W. KELLMAN,Cashier, A CARD. mi Jl »l< 141. BE.ECTIOX. The Log Angeles eorrespoiulelil of Ihe San Diego World, in Ihe Issue of thai paper of October 3d,states, wltb reference tn the rulings ol Judge Sepulveda on the trial of Pedro Bidilla, us follows: I have conversed wllh several Of the leading lawyers of the town, and learn from them that" Judge Sepulveila's course meets wllh their endorsement, and (hut they arc ready to give it In writing, siiould Ju...

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

LOS ANGKLES Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL BK Tlie Nrrip »i«e -AS THF ALTA CALIFORNIA, Aad Domain only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PRXCKi $4 PER ANNUM ! NOW LADIES, YOU CAN HUY FIRST el ass Millinery and Fancy Goods, Just arrived direct from the Lust. We are determined to nntke one (IRANI) CLF.AHI NO BALK, and otter our iar«e st<s>k, comiiiciiclinf the season, ut 70 cents nn the Itollur, al No. 1 Spring street. oc2-lmls MRS. I. R, SMALL.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS - Of TH X — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings of varied and choices! hues. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE — ON— Monday. October 6th, 1873, TO THF i* « c m i is mm Lntel} occupied hy J. 11. WIUOUI A Po. This macalAcanl stoll' has been entirely jH El> OV-A/JT El 1 > a rt?LL LINK OF Tin: RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN AI.I. ITS BUANCHKS. China Mattings, Coit Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES -AMDLAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. ocHtuls

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Real Estate Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Real Estate Transactions. Deeds tiled fur record for tlie 24 hours ending at 4 o'clock, October 7, 157.1, as reported for the Daily Hkhai.ii by Jndson & Gillette, Searchers of ltecords for lais Angeles county: Order of District Court to correct error in name of grantee in deed executed February li.l li, ISOH, by Mat Held et al. to Waldron. Felipe Yorba hi Trinidad Yorba —Urantor's interest in Hanobo Canyon do Santa Ana. tl. M. Keller to Oeorge Hansen -Lots 8,14,8, Hi, s, IS, '.' ami H, ill liloek /,, and lots 2, 12, '!, IS, 6, iii, 7, 17, 10 and SO, hi liloek V, of Mott Trad ; SHS, S. ti, Anderson to J. McKlruth -11 acres in Santa Oertrudes Kanebo. *2, r >oo. Santa Oertrudes Assoc nit ion to.I. (i. Downey -4U acres in Santa Oertrudes Kancho. 9450. W in. Bueklev to O. M. Fall- All grantor's h ill interest in block SB, Lot H, Division X; in Hb.ck so, hot s. Division A; in block SO, l.ot 1, Division B; iv lllock SO, l.'.i I, Division A; in block .Ti, fractional L...

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

Local Brevities. Wilmington Is lively. Thanks to Jacoby of Wilmington for kind attention. Mr. McDonald is a coin Icons and efficient conductor. Rev. Father Sheehy will lecture in Los Angeles before very long. Attention is drawn lo the card of Mr. Whitfield in another column. Fifteen cars of freight were dispatched to Wilmington yesterday. F.i I ward SI rat ton has been appointed Justice of the Peace at Wilmington. The Lcroy-Duret troupe will remain in this city until alter the fair. The telegraph line is now erected more than half-way to San Fernando. The Mohongo will not be able to take all the freight now lying al Sau Pedro: Morris Bios., on Main street) have commenced to pick their large stock of grapes. Owing to tlu-absence of the Mayor yesterday tin re was.no "collection" of inebriates. The state Grangers will bold a meeting at San Jose, on Tuesday, October 14th. There are a score ami more flowing wells ut Compton, which vary in depth from 7"> to 2iHl feet. A society...

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The Operatie Troupo. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

The Operatie Troupo. Here is a flattering notice from San Luis Obispo of our tow nsman, Hfftos, Arevulo, and. the Catelanos: We went twice last week to hear tbe delicious music with which San Luis bus lalely been favored by the Catelanos ami Sefior Arevulo. They are by far lhe best musical urtists who have yet strrck this county. H'c would like lobe able lo criticise them scientifically; and refrain only because we feel t hat we could not do the subject justice. If we may judge from tiie general sutisf lction given, the long-continued applause, and fresilient encores, we can come to uo oilier conclusion than that our instinct is right when We feel, aswedo, that they are first-class performers. We cannot express preference where all are good; but If we should express any, we are, of course, bound to single out the lady. Her execution on the piuno and her rendition of such extracts from famous Italian operas as were given, was most excellent. It was our misfortune that we did not unde...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

Pacific Coast News. The owners of the steamers Ventura and Constant me have com me need suit against B. C. Vandal! and F. It. Voigt, publishers of the "Guide," The names of the plaintiffs are Charles Goodall, C. Nelson, et al., and the case is being tried in the third District Court. They say that on several occasions in August last, the defendants, with intent to injure their business und prevent the public from patronising the steamships or employing them for the purpose of conveying freight or passengers from San Francisco to Santa Barbara, published iv the Guide a statement that the steamers would sail from San Francisco to Sun Buenaventura and Hucncmc, and intentionally concealed the fact that the steamers would sail for Santa Barbara, Sau Buenaventura und Hucnenie. It is averred that by reasons of the concealment of the voyages of their vessels to Santa Barbara, plaintiffs lost passengers and freight that would have been otherwise carried by them. Plaintiffs usk $.~&gt...

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

Umbrellas. Who would ever think that umbrellas were so old an institution, ft appears however from the following article: Dr. Morrison, the great missionary to t'hina, states that there is mention made of umbrellas and parasols iv books printed in China more than 1,500 years ago, aud that the most wonderful traveller, Layard, relates that he discovered ou the ruins of Ninevah, in tfu relief, a representation of v king in his chariot with an attendant holding an umbrellu over his head. In India we also Aud that the umbrella has been used in remote ages, aud principaly as an insignia of royalty, its shape differing very little from these of modern use. in liurmah the princes use a very large umbrella, and it requires v seperute attendant to carry it, aud his position is a recognized oue in the royal household. One of the titles of the king is us follows: "King of tlie white elephant and lord of twenty umbrellas." The Emperor of China, who never does anything on a small scale (if he ca...

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

CANDIDATE NOTICES. FOR DISTINCT .11 IM. L. ANDREW olasskli. is hereby announced us a candidate As* the otttee of District Judge of the Seventeenth Judicial District, al tlie judicial election In October. Y. MCPIT i.vkda Is annonneafl as a candidate An* tlie lathee ot District Judge of the i;tti Judiciul District. FOR 1111 .VTV It Did:. 11. K. S. o'MKI.VKNY is ii candidate for Cottnty Judge Of IslS Augeles couuiy, al the (Ictohcr election. A. A. WILSON Is a candidate for the ollice of County Judge ut Ihe October election. A. J. KINO announces himself us a candidate for County Judge, at the ensuing election. FOR Jl NTIt i: OF THK I'F.AFK. W. C. HOLM AN is a candidate fur Justice of the Peace Of bos Angeles ToWlUlhlp, at the ensuing Judicial Election, J. .1. AYKIts will be a candidate tor Justice Of the l'eaee, for this Township, al tbe ensuing Judicial election. JOHN TKAKFOItD will ls> a candidate lor re-election to the ollice of Justice of the l'eaee for Los Angeles Towshi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 October 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO l.AII.HOAl). ON AND AFTER A PHIL 1, 1873, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINOTON -7:15 A. M. and 1 P. M. Li is ANOKLKS- lv A. M. and IP. M. Except on days of steamers' arrival ami departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers lor San Francisco ami Sun Diego will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with ihc Com jinny's steamer. *»5' First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No Charge far Storage lo Merchants lo the « on ii Icy. .biHN MILNF.It, Agent at Los Angeles. is'2ll E. K. HK WITT, Supt. AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF the above Mail Steamship Companies for Ihe Southern Const, I am prepared to furnish THHOFOH PASSAOF. TICKF.TS by any of those lines of steaiue rs, To and from Europe, to New York and San Francisco al the lowest rates. Also give MONKY POSTAL OKDFItS to all parts of tacniiAuy,NMilserlaud, A...

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

REAL ESTATg. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHAN6E AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL FStatc in ail sections of tue I'iiion. Has large tracts lor Hale in Southern California. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Hoim>n, Stock HauerH, Kheep Uuiif-c*. Vineyard, t >rcliui-iis.. City Home*, vi all kinds mul at all price*. Special attention paiii to tlio EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, HHKKP AND (ITHKU STOCK. A PERPETUAL FAIR, wheie tha best products nf Ibeeountry will be freely put on exhibition, lo which all person* are not. only invited, but urged to contribute. Il will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see what we can raise here, nnd thus encourage them to unite their capital and 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 of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and see If we canno...

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Not Currency at All. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

Not Currency at All. When will the pawn which support tho gold system in this Stato, soo that a paper currency had no more to do with the financial crisis in the East than Captain .IncU. When will they discover from their own tiles, that on flic closing day of the panic a dollar iv greenbacks was worth just exactly as much gold as it was a week before the crisis took place. The fact is, the people for two grent reasons hnve lost faith in railroad stocks. The fust is this: Credit Mobiliers, Construction Committees, und other swindling corporations havo been from East to West, North to South, over all this wide land. They have stolen boldly, shamelessly, and have leagued themselves with those in power that the due punishment might not follow their Crimea. No department of the Government, no officer from the President down has been free from their bribery. The great head and front of many steals bus been the President himself. He has not hesitated, time after time, to sell his name and...

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The Coming Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

The Coming Fair. It has been asserted hy a few individuals of contracted intellects Unit the usoeiatiun is giving too much money for horse prizes, and not enough foragrictilttiral products. Probably not one person who is of this opinion ever subscribed a dollar, or owns a cent of scrip in the association. That the Agricultural Association may from to time to time make mistakes is probable. llumamnn est remit. Ju this one point its head is as level as a die. Beet*, cabbages, fruits and industries are all proportionately rewarded, but a country that is celebrated for its blooded stock stands a little higher than one whuse/oW<.' is raising pumpkins. The Agricultural Association has iv hand an immense, a stupendous undertaking. Through strenuous efforts of members and itsSeeretaiy a huge debt has already been paid off. The extra prizes of such great value are the result of private liberality, ami the subscriptions are the voluntary gift of the best citizens. Comparison with o...

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The County and the Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

The County and the Railroad. Tbe Bullet in urges L(M Angeles to exact a guarantee for tlie completion of the Southern Pftcitie railroad to San Francisco within the specified time, and of the connection with Anaheim, before transferring ihc bonds of the county. This advice is timely; not that there is any reasonable fear that the company will not perform all they have promised. Their action in the past renders it almost certain they will keep their engagement in the future. But, when a private party makes a contract, he wishes security, and it is thought foolish and'unbusinesslike, If he neglects all guarantees possible, no matter how honest and honorable tinman with whom he [»dealing may he. That course, which it is appropriate for a private party to pursue, is the one for the public. Far more guarantees are required that a man may be honest in his dealings with a community, than iv his dealings with individuals. Many who would shrink from wronging one man, shrink not from wronging ...

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Grangers and Railroads. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

Grangers and Railroads. Whether the Western < hungers have been indiscreet or not in the wielding of their Immense influence, yet their bittereats opponents admit the strength nf the organisation, if the Keh ALT) thought that the publication of the following article could for nn Instant damage the prospects of the Oranges, it would consign it to the waste-bas-ket; but it is so thoughtfully written-, and recognizes so thoroughly the good of the Fanners' Inions, that its words of warning as to the care with which their power should be wielded, are not misplaced, whether the* Oranges hastened the railroad crisis or not, their strength for good or evil is nol doubled. As far as human foresight can predict, the Grange in will never abuse the influence they are s,> suddenly possessed of: Tho sturdy blows given by western grani'ers to railroad interests, all over the Union, have not boon delivered without producing some reactionary effect. Immense masses of grain and ...

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Exchange Saucepan. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

Exchange Saucepan. Sun Diego IforW —For an article Written in bad taste against a contemporary journal vide (his paper of the "th. From the beginning to the end, it is full of tight ami abuse of McCoy ami "t'other paper." Sorry that so tltorough a gentleman as its editor finds such warlike measures 11 ece&aafy. The Santa Barbara PrtM says of the H kkai.d: We have received the lirst copy of the boa ANORIiK* Daily Hkkai.d. It is a fair, large sheet, containing a great quantity and variety of reading matter, and its object is well expressed in the introductory, as follows: To help Los Angeles and Southern California, and to better the condition anil enlighten the minds of its inhabitants, is the Hkkai.ii's mission. In this may it receive the hest wishes and assistance of all well-disposed and well-minded people. Without forming a Mutual Admiration Society, the Hi kai.u can honestly say of the rVeea, that it majgdod newspaper, edited with great abiliity. It contains a notice...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Special to tlie Los AngelesHeniat.] SAN DIECO. Tlie Delegation of the I'ltun Mini Mitrl* eitfMt IllllillllS—I>e»4ll lp> H l llll— TIIO MllHiSilfr Tel.xi i.pli l.» I lie t:nst ul Fori yaSIB— Itrrrnl ol' n lleserler— I'-.rap.' of I'linelio I.oliese. San Diduo, Oct. s, IM7H. J, D. Walker arrived last night with the di legation of Pima and Maricopa chiefs, en route to Washington. They leave on the steamer Orizaba for San Francisco. The Mexican who fell at the Mission breaking both legs, died from the effects of Internal Injuries, The construction patty from Fort Yuma Fast on the military telegraph have built thirty miles. Superintendent Haines and ('apt Price, started a fourth party of construction from Yuma to Maricopa Wells, to-day. i Capt. Chas. Wheaton, commanding officer at Yuma, sent a sergeant and a private here with a requisition to the civil authorities to deliver to them the man Malcolm C. Walker, the deserter who robbed Dr. Dose...

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LETTER FROM SANTA BARBARA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873

LETTER FROM SANTA BARBARA. KniTon Hf.kai.ii: Our town Is flourishing, and we voted against subsidy. More buildings have been erected here within the past two months, than iv any other two month* of our history. Houses are springing up iv all parts of town with wonderful rapidity. On Slate street, adjoining Rice «.V Porter's stables, Mortimer Cook is erecting a two-story brick store, feet front, J. M. Andouegui's tine two-sto-ry, iron front, brick building, is fast approaching completed, and, when finished, will he the finest building on the street. In the i>ost-oftice block, If. W. Stanley, and Dr. Wood, of the VnoY.r, tire each building, side hy side, twostory brick stores, which will add much to the appearance of that portion of State street. The Santa Durham Lodge of Free Masons are negotiating for a lot, on which they hope to erect a handsome three-story brick building, to be Used :isa lodge-rooni, store-rooms and offices. After Home delay, the Mission Water Company h...

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