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EASTERN DISPATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
EASTERN DISPATCHES NJkw Havk.n, Oct. li.—Donaldson's balloon reached Caiman in the northeast comer of this State at I. M., when it was caught in a violent storm. It came down so near the earth that Donaldson and Ford iuniped out. hunt win* remained was caught in tree tops and also escaped. The balloon shot up again and got away. Nf.w York, Oct. 7. lv commercial circles the feature of the business situation is one of gratifying activity. The grain aud mm freights export movement in wheat is ou a liberal scale, and prices are quoted upward on receipts of wheat. There are large engagements of freights for British ports, embracing lice shipments of wheat, petroleum and tobacco. A Washington special says Merlon, Boss A Co., of London, have been appointed fiscal agents for the state Deportment in Furope. Philadelphia, Oct. 7.— A dispatch from Pottsville says the lirst snow of the season fell this morning, and it is quite severe. Snow also fell at Funda, N. Y. Lowki.i., Oct. 7.—John W. Pie...
The Mountain Top. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
The Mountain Top. EDITOR Hkrai.d: This is the season of the year to visit the mountains. The scenery up our canons is most beautiful—we do not think sublime is too strong a descriptive attentive. In the eufion one can see the same character of vegetation that flourishes iv the country Fast ot the Sierras. The beech, the maple, the white oak, and many other deciduous trees that are not dreamt of by the low-land Californian are to be found, spreading their broad and generous shade over vast spaces tliat need no shade from the sun's rays—being already sufficiently protected by the shadows cast from lhe misty mountain heights. Such a canon as we have above alluded to, is to he found hack of tlie Sauta Anita Itancho. In former years Hon. It. 1). Wilson made a road up the side of this canon to the top of the mountain, where an inexhaustible supply of good timber covers the table land. No more inspiriting, or health and strength-giving trip can he found on the face of the earth or in the m...
Kxports. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
Kxports. The following is the list of K\ports in the Depot of the I/is Angeles and S. P. H. It. awaiting shipment: Corn Meal, sacks Nil I Hides, dry 70 Merchandize, vases I Kulllon, ban 130 Wool, bales 13 I Wine, hbls 1 Krames, cases I | O. F. T., the great American humbug, is iv Furope. He is not to return to America until he dies. Would that he might live forever!
Scalping and Rescalping. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
Scalping and Rescalping. Scalping is a very insignificant operation, when it is considered that a little charity will replace the desired hair. The following story, though slightly Yankee, has been given to the llwt.vi.n as true: The narrative says: That for sonic time past a process in surgery lias been going on at New Haven, Connecticut, attracting much attention. During the early part of Augu-t Mrs. Ann Farley, employed in DaVlea' shirt factory, was unfortunate enough to brilili her bead in contact with a swift revolving shaft. Tlie set-screws caught in her hair, and almost instantly her bead was Ia? reft of its Mowing locks and of the flesh which propagated them. For ti time it was thought the poor woman must die, for menial derangement aud great physical prostration followed the scalping, Aftsr a while, however, the surgeons employed adjusted the scalp where nature designed it to he; hut they only succeeded in demonstrating that a scalp, once taken from the lo ad, could not hy ...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
DIED. TRAFKORD In this city, October Nth, Christina A., wit'i' ni John Ti'iiii'ii'ii, Rnq., ngod * years. Thrfnneml will take place from th/ residence of Judgo Tmftnrd, at Ihc juiMjllon of Spring and Muln streets, Friday iiftcrnoon at 2 o'clock. Friends and acquaintance* are invited to attend.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
NEW TURN VEREIN HALL. I.OS AIN 10 J.!&lt;&gt;•&gt;. FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA! MADAME ANNA BISHOP Has tbC liimiirto announce a scries ol Two Grand Concerts -OK VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL :\i ti s i c?, -nNFriday and Saturday, OCTOBER 17 AND 18, ASSIST tu&gt; HY Mil. ALVRfCD VVII.KIK, The Kii'.dish Tenor; MR. tt. (I.GOTTSCHAi.K, The Kmlnenl baritone; MB in RANK O ) bH'lt The Brilliant American Pianist. Admission..... line Dollar Reserved Meats SO Cent* Kxlra Concert to commence ai ll o'clock, Seats can be seemed al lirodrick's Book Store. Rntlre change of program m ich concert. oe'Mw (IKKMA ti Dramatic Performance A IN D U A LL , —ftIVK.N BY— THE TURN VEREIN GERMANIA. -(INSunday Evening, Oct. 12th, AT Tit Kilt lIAI.b. The performance will consist ol' "SEIN ONKEL UND IHRE TANTE." I .ustsplel in einem Act, yon l-'i'ii'.iiit'll' To conclude with Oeffenflichkeit und Muendlichkeit. oiler KIN OKBII.DKTKH I'.AUHIKIt. Sehwauk in einem Act. Alter tbe performance the...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS &amp; MERCHANTS It .V X «&gt;!.• Lt)H ANGKLKN. Capital 8500,000 JOHN n. DOWNKY I'unsiKKNT L W. ftFfrf MW Oasiouk Rxehiingc far sale on Siiui I'riuieWro. New York, I unit.in. Oni.lt.i. Frankfort. t'nru hii.i llerliii. Ilunili.irj. Receive* Deposits nnd Immuoh Its certificates. Buys mill sells Legal Tender*, Government, stnte. ('(Hint) mul City bonds, will also pay tie' highest price i&lt;&gt;r&lt;mul an.! Silver Bullion. Prom ami alter this date, nn all moneys i' ii a.s term deposits,lnteresl will be allowed. I,.is Ainreles, .lulv I, IS7I. ocMin TH 10 It 1%. WM. Wiiui.ma.n. I', l\ V. TKKPIiK. TEMPLE &amp; WORKMAN, HANK TKMI'DK Itl.tsK, IXW ANOK.I.Ks. Receive I&gt;&gt;'p..sits, issue tlieir PertlKenten and transact a Ot.NKICAI. KAMOMJ ■I'MVWMh DIIAW UN Iht 10NO0N ANO SAN FRANCISCO BANK lUNTBI. AT SAN FRANCISCO. Kxelt mgc far sale on Pfew \'oi'U, 11 iiiiiimrK, London, lti elm And I. etcai 'fenders. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS - -» OK THK, Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings 01 varl&lt;xl and rbrtlitfjifl lint*. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE -ON — Monday. October 6th. 1873, To THK i» I* 10 &gt;l I N 10 ?s Lately occupied i&gt;y J. H. Wiiiout „v Co. Thi" magnificent store has been entirely I*BNOVATBD A IT'LL LINK OK THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN AI.I. ITS ItHANtHKM. China Mattings, Coit Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES -A Nil LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. octi-imii
Aaron Smith & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
Aaron Smith &amp; Co. This linn is just settling themselves in their new home, where as yet, all is confusion. By Friday, it is hoped that everything will he in readiness to receive customers, though no one will now he turned away WOO chooses to come iv the confusion and buy. This Arm keeps on hand no furniture, and ouly sells that which has been previously ordered. They deal almost exclusively in carpets ami similar goods. There is now on exhibition a beautiful and costly set of furniture—probably the most beautiful ever brought into lios Angeles—handsomely carved and ornamented. It was made hy the California Manufacturing Company. This firm has just furnished the house of Mr. Wolfskill throughout, with very great taste. Thcrimmicirlcal Kceonl. Acconlintj; tftlhe plan of tbe Smithsonian institute. Kept specially for the Hkkai.d by linxlrick | to. «l A. M .....OK | I P. At Tl I I a ■ »HJ Avcriiee, 07. ■ .&lt;•€-&lt;• I Hrcvltles. The Tidal Wave sailed last Mo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES &amp; SAN PEDRO ON AND AFJ'ER APRIL 1, IS7I, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINGTON—7:IS A. M. and I l&gt;. If, 1,«).H ANOKI.KS -Id A. M. and 4 V. M. Kxci-pt nn days nf steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect Willi steamer. Passengers forSnn Kranelseo and San Diego will leave Kos Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington wit h the Pom puny* steamer. MS' First-class passenger ears will run regularly. \o Charge lor Storage lo Merchant* Iv the Coiuilr.v. JOHN MILKER, Agent at I/M Angeles, bcgti K. K. lIKWITT, supi. AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AtJKNT OK the above .Mail Steamship Companies for the Soiitliern Coast, I am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAGK TICKKTS by any of IhONC lines of steamer., To and from Europe, to New York Mid San Kranelseo ut the lowest rates. Also give MONEY. I*l »STAI. ORDERS to all parts of Germany. Nh Itxerlniitl. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
LOS ANGELES Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL UF Tlie &amp;sftffJtt«a Nizo - ASTHF ALTA CALIFORNIA, an 1 contain ouly Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PUMCISi 584 PER ANNUM ! JOHN OSBORNE, 13IONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS X AND CITY PACKAOK DKLIVKKY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPEC lALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from nn Knvelopc to the largest Case ever f hipped, to all parts of the city and country, baggage called for In time lor the trains. »•»' I .cave orders 011 the slate at the ollice, in Wells, Fargo 4 Co.'*offlee, earner Main and Market streets, or P. O. box 2SK. ocHmls AUCTION HOUSE. GIATEB &amp; NOYES. I Corner Temple lllock and Spring S. Auction business promptly attended to. Special Sales made in any pari of the city or counts'. Furniture bought or sold on Commission. Liberal advances made on consignments. oe2tl'-2p
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL EBTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY I BUYS AND HELLS REAL Estate In all sections of tho Cnioii. Has Imtgt tracts lor sale in Southern f'nlllhrnla. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country I luau s, Mtook Range*. Hhrep RnuitrH, Viiieynril, &lt; &gt;r&lt;lined*. City Homes, (M all kimls Und at all prices. Special attention paid to I lie EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, NHKEPAND OTHKR STtX'K. A I*I&lt;:i«JPKXtJAjL, FAIR, where the lies! products of Ihe country will he freely put on exhibition, to which all persons ure not only invited, but urged to contribute. It will not ouly tend to entertain our visitors, hut will enable them to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them to unite their capital and energies with ours, to develop the vast resource! of our country, udd to the charms of the most beautiful climate in the world. Bring Along Your Best Results oi honest labor, and curious freaks...
California Resources. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
California Resources. The following article on the resource* of California Isclipped from the annual report of the Surveyor General: In conclusion of this report 1 present for your consideration the table of statistics compiled by me from the reports of the Assessors' of the several counties, exhibiting the industries and production* of California. These statistics are not fully complete, for the reason that I have not as yet received reports for IS7,'S from the* counties of Mariposa, Mendocino, Tehama, and the county of Ventura, which fact, while il may materially decrease the totals of the State at large, will not materially effect the comparative exhibit between counties. These reports of the County Assessors are Ihe only • lata provided as the basis of mv report in this connection, and perhaps no other system would i»e more adapt' able to the collection of such information. Still lam positively of the opinion that the showing made iv thla report, and as previously made in tinrep...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
United States Hotel, L.OM A.Jf &lt;;KLKS. CmA. The largest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. rp ll E, UNDERSIGN EI) R E&lt;i 1_ leave to Inform the traveling |uihlie that they have leased litis WK1.1.-KMitt X HOTKI.. ami from their experience can truly say that nana permanent unci transient boarders Mill Uml a ItOMK. Ii nt PHIVATK FAMIMF.H We hnve suites nf Roniun at tniMlentte prices. J'lie extensive nctptnliitnncc we have formed throughout t he state with the Travelling &lt; 'uinmunity, tn nNitfllcleut guarantee that this House will always be their PAVIIKITK IIKMORT, and we shall endeavor lo maintain our reputation bj keeping THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and the PHOIf.'RRT WINEB ANI) IJQUGRN for our bar. We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. Kt»Our terms are moderate. Call and see us. u« lIAM.MKI, AND DKNKKR. oc 111 FELIX OLIVERY'B IJASTKY AN l&gt; CHOI' HOUHE, While House ||iiilillo«. l.os Alleles Nl. mm Ke.'pseoiisla...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
3§&gt; The Race of Time Keepers. HARPER &amp; DALTON, WHolesalp. APR RETAIL HKALKRft IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. II VRPEH Si DALTON KEET THW LARGEST ■TOCH I]\ laMS A7fOlo£.f3fll OE THK MOST VARIKD (iOODS. EVERY KIM) OF 1 loinwoHolc] IT*llt*llitlllH*, liii«*lion iv*&lt;», Ai&gt; ri&lt;'iili lien I Implemontflf PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ANH NEATLY EXKCPTEO AT LOW RATES, Reracmhci l tin- A.ddl'eam HAHPKB *V I&gt;A.l/ro:v NO. Xl MAIN SI It II I. Ilowiieys Block i I.OM AN 1,11 IN AGECY OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. humanriiiwli— ■»».■■ -' -»"■&gt;■ BRODRICK &amp; CO. (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANGELES), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A ru.MPI.r.TK ASSORTMENT Of OfHoe Stationery aY Dohool liooks. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. A.|reiit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. THE HERALD 3 () B PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THK COtTRT llor.SK, LOS ANGELES, attention of the business comI munity at Lm Angchw rlty and county Is invited in ih.- furl Ii« ifs nf iiii&gt; office forest*ciitiu&gt;r every &lt;li's«tl|illull of BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING Pally alive Rita* inferior manner In which a uk'hi pari of Hie .ion Printing In southern t'liliforniii lias liillierto lieen executed, tlie propHetom of this pulabllnhtnent have determined lo institute v new order of IhTttg" in i his haul new, A NEW POWER PRESS, llhc Ant lo reach this fcraouthon IhcPaclAc roast i, capable of printing ii LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or in colors, is already running, nnd in v few weeks will lie driven hy STEAM POWER, Which will also he attached to their new and ELEGANT •Tol&gt; IJl'&lt;»iSK&lt;»S.1 J 1'&lt;»iSK&lt;»S. The facilities fir laming out work will thus he equal to most and superio...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 9 October 1873
DOTTER &amp; LORD, NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers. Have a Better Assortment than Ever! rNM&lt;:&gt;v a.m&gt; choice ooodm CtINSTANTIA ARRIVING. f*l*ioC*N Still IT'urtlll*!* Jl odllOOC) Elegant Purlor Furniture made in order to mill laate ol purchaser, at nan I'it v m mi o pricrh, ami mini' durable work guaranteed. Supirii w.'inut, Laurel and Mahogany Red-roomnullsni remarkably low rates. Also, ('(million and Medium Furniture, of new and novel designs, at prices tn correspond. No second hand Woods handled hv tills linn In any shape. No inisrc|&gt;rc scntation allowed. Fine Spiina Mattresses a specialty, Ureal Variety nf Wall I'aper, Window Shades, l.ace and Nottingham fiirlalnn,ConilccH,etc.,etc. Music stands, piano stools ami Piano Oovern hi lets than San Kranelseo prices. Elaborate DraperleN furnished, oi any denign, drawings ot which may he seen on application, Only House In the city who have a wiufun i si'ia iai.i.v t&gt;iill...