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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald. NUMBER 8. VOLUME I. LOS ANOKLKS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1873.

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The Currency Question. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

The Currency Question. Editor Hkhald: — The currency question) in its apt>) it at ion to California, cannot fail t<» engross a large share of the labors of the Legislature at the coining session. The will of the people should be made clearly manifest In advance, so (hat our solous may have no uncertain light to guide them. The great body of the people, demand relief from the merciless exactions of a money system which excludes capital from abroad, imposes an exorbitant rate of interest, anil controls the business of the State to the injury of all their interests. It is patent that, on this question, the people are divided Into two classes. Arrayed on one side are the bankers, brokers, capitalists and all other in their interests. On the other side, are the agriculturists, mechanics, laborers and all others in their interests. The former bitterly opposethc Introduction of our national currency and hanking system, mil/// because it will add largely to the volume ...

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PROSPECTUS OK THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

PROSPECTU S OK THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. 'i ii.- lirst ut i letolicr, I'm: bus Anoki.ks 11 kkAi.i), tt dally :iik I wi'i'Uy newspaper, will make its appearance. The Daily will be a lu'iit and tastily printed seven-column newspaper, newsy rather than literary In churacter. Tic Weekly will tie v six-eolaiini. eightpage paper, ami will contain the most Important matter that has previously appeared in Tin-: Daily li Kit ami. It Is proposed that lhe HRKAi.ii Mhnllhean unboaght advocate of every Interest pertaining to Southern Culifoi uiu nud Arizona, and a zealous worker iv nil things thai shall tend to benefit the stale. Inn word il will he in close communion with the people, in its columns, from time lo lime will be found matters of Interest lo lhe California Kariner, Mechanic, Merchant, Laborer, and nil classes of Producers: and it will also contain reading mallei'suited to the Home Circle. The iikkai.j> will he an Independent Democratic Jonrnni ami its ettints directed tn sw...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Los Angeles Woolen Mill s r roi* i SACRISTE, ELLIOTT & CO DEALERS fN WOOL, AND 14 ANvvm "itkeiih ot All WOOI t'USSiIIHTI'S. Tu<M'iln. 1 liiiiimls. itlaiikt'lK. <>lf. AU our BDjm)m arc PITRJO WOOL, mul warranted us ri'prew'htcd'. Consumers can Save 25 to 33 per cent. by liuvlmk dirci-i from us. stokk AT THK "WHITK liol'SK," corilPi of [ami AiiK' l.s uud t '>>miitcr4-litl Streets. iK' - .'lf-l!p

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, | >ll VSK lAX AND SURGEON, OFFICE— Nn. II Downey's Block, up-slatr*. iicj-n DR. A. S. SHORB, j fOMOSOPATHIC I'll VSJCIAN. OFFICE Nonrl) opposite ihc Post Office. RESIDENCE No. in Franklin street, oe'2-tr DR. H. S. ORME, DHYSTCIAN ANI) BURGEON, OFFICK ANOHEftIDKNCK In Lunl'runeo's building, .Nn. 71 Mum si reel. Office Honrs In.in 111 A. M. lo Ip. M nl from ■> io H I. M. oc'.'-lf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, DHYHKTAN AND HURGEON, OFFICK AND RESIDENCE lv Helnnrh'H Block, Cumincrcllll uml l.os Angeles s|reels. Kr'j Special attention pa id In discuses of the EYE AND KAB. ocMt DR. J. W. OLIVER, J J OMIEOPATHIST. OFFICK AND RESIDENCE spring sti. il, opposite the Mayor's Otttco. ocH-lptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MBCH A N tCA 1., OPERATIVE AND HIT HO/EON DENTIST, OFFICE—BII spring street, mxt to Flro Engine HollSe, nclMl' K. X. s. O'MRI.VKXY, 11. T. IiAKART). O'MELVENY & HAZARD, i TTORNEYH AT LAW, OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK, l.i is ANGEL...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

FORWARDING & COMMISSION, J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND Manufacturers Agents. vnrvis yon LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY Or SAN FRANCISCO: COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY, (Combined assets exceed SI I.Olio.duo BABCOCK'S FIFE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER & HAM.LTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY; THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWITiY CO.'S ALE AND FB.ITEI, nCiMmlp HELLMAN, HAAS & CO. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE KOH BALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. Paints. Oils. Doors. Sashes. Hl.lNDs. I'AIiMINC IMPLEMENTS. II and HI Los Angeles and Commercial Sis., ticS] LOH AN'iiKl.K.s. [lm-ip I. B. FERGUSON'S toMMIssiON HOUSE Is Ito Kmel ii-i vc I oiillllissiou House to !i» to lor X very thing Yon wuni. ■ ><•"_*-1 ii i SIMON LEVY, / 10MM tSSION M BRCH A NT. V Ocnernl dealer in all kinds ofCOINTRY PRODCCTIONH, Hides, Grain a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. it epi: BLIC LIFE INSURANCECO. or «'IIICA4H». 11.1.1N01h. Cash Capital, . $1,000,000 ■tranches "' 1(11 Hie Mlnlesol'llie liiliiii. I fAVrNG NOW COM P L ET E I) 1 1 the organisation of our l*»i<*Hi<* Hi'jiiK'li. We take pleasure in announcing that our I'uclflcCoost stockholders have elected the following well-known dtlsens an irfllmn of our PACIFIC BRANCH I J*rrsiitfiit: OIJVER KLUltllMiK. ITce-PranWcnfw Tllos. A. HALL, WM. It WHEATON a. L OITRNEY Hecretarypro tern ,l as. T. BOYD Attorney THOS. BRI )WN Tri'iisurer in as. lie itKKLL Medical Examiner ttferiitirc t 'wmiiitti't': OLIVER EIJJRJHGK, .los. A. DONOHOE, .I AS. T. BOYD, HEO. W. BEAVER, ( H As. BCRHKLL. Tllos. BELL, K. li. PERRIN. /liVreAi/'*: • OLIVER K.LI >REI)(i B,LK LA Nll ST A NK< IRD UEO. W. BEAVER, Tllos. BROWN, N. ft, KIT I'LL: ('. OHRISTIANHEN, .Il 111 N F. MII.LXI!, TIKIS. H. BELBY, .1 \s. T. BOYD, R. P. MORROW, C I. BREN HAM, s. P. BUTTERWORTH M. D. HWEENY, O...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH I NSTRHTION IN FRENCH AND 1 SPANISH will Is 1 given to classes in the afternoon! or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY f IIHHi • To a class of five or less, per lesson S2 Ul) To a class ol any number over Aye, per lesson $.1 ut) For further particulars, inquire at tiie office of lhe Los Amjki.ks Hkkai.ii, of Luidlcy & Thompson, or at the Pico House." TESTIMONIALS: University or CALIFORNIA, ") Department or Lanocaoks. OAKLAND, Jllly 11, 1K72, J Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley has been a student in my department of l lie University for Aye consecutive terms, viz: from Heptember, IK7O, to April M, 1872. During Ihls time she studied the French, tbe Spanish uud tlie German languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proAclency and attendance, her uvenige credit mark for five terms being H7 per cent. On entering the University, Miss land ley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish idioms as to he able tn ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

MISCE L LAN EO U S. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10,1 1, 12* 13, I4anc| 15. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME! FIVE DAYS' KAOITXCi —AND— Stock Parades and Exhibitions. And one whole day devoted lo LADY KQT'EBTH lANIHM, AND OTHER SIGHTS. FIRHT DAY. First Race—Trotting—For horses that nre owned In the district nt. this date, that have never beiilen three minutes. Mile heats; best threi'in live to harness—purse of s.'ttm; 8200 to the lirst horse, and $100 trithe second; Aye or more to enter. Second Race—Running 1 race of a mile dash, for nil two-year olds owned and raised In this district. Purse of I860; $200 to first and (106 to second; Aye or more to enter. Third Race—Running—Ftee for all California or hnlf-breed horses; mlh' dash; catch weights. Purse $150; SlOO tothe tirst and $in to tlie second; five or more to enter. SECOND DAY. First Rnee—Cientleinen's Saddle Knee—Single dash of one mile; to carry n...

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Pennsylvania and the Railroads. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Pennsylvania and the Railroads. A constitutional convention is now in session in Pennsylania. Several amendments to its constitution are proposed, which, if adopted as a part of the organic law, will effect radical and sweeping changes. These amendments declare that all canals and railroads in the State are public highways, free to all persons to use them on equal terms, acconllng to fixed rules and rates, without invidious discrimination, and subject to the general laws. Any individual partnership or corporation may construct and operate a railroad or canal in Pennsylvania, subject only to the condition of paying reasonable compensation for public or private property used, injured or destroyed. Any railroad may intersect and connect with any other railroad, and may pass its ears, empty or loaded, over such other railroad, and no discrimination shall he made in passenger or freight tolls, and tariffs on persons or projK'rty, passing from one t ail road to another,and no unnecessary ...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Pacific Coast News. An effort is being made to remove the county seat of Sau Mateo county from Redwood city to San Mateo, A. Hayward, the estimated citi/.en of San Mateo, who has done so much for the people of tbat place by the introduction of pure mountain water, is suffering from a relapse. He has long been an invalid, and tbe death of an only son a short time ago has probably shocked his nervous system. John Stuart Mill leaves a fortune of only £ 14,000 as the result from his lit — cray labors, while a i*>tftto merchant of Shoredtteh died worth £.'{211,000. Every man cannot l>e a popular-writer on political economy.. Neither can a man make £320,01)0 - - s lj,oo,Ooohv dealing in potatoes. Robert Burobe or Burkti, the jiolioeinan who shot himself, labored under emotional insanity. What a pity tbat the disease of Laura D. Fair did not take the same course! The Call says a carnival of blood reigned in San Francisco on Sunday. Nine "gay and apparently sensational...

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Latest Telegraphic News! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Latest Telegraphic News! SPECIAL TO I 111: lIF.KAI.O. NEW YORK. Nkw Yokk, Oct. 8.- The Tribune'l Elmira special says the gathering at 'the Liberal Republican Convention today will be large, and probably equal the attendance at either of the conventions held at Ctiea. It will probably be made up of the best men of the party. The indications are that the candidates for Secretary of State, Controller,- and Prison Inspector, will be selected from the Republican 'ticket, and its names for Treasurer, Canal Commissioners and State Engineer will be delected from the Democratic ticket. The platform is not deciiled upon, hut resolutions wlil be inserted complimentary to Judge Blatehford for his action iv protecting the freedom of the press, and the pretence of reform in the civil service, as now administered, will be denounced as a fraud. Col. Fred. A. Conkling will be permanent chairman of the convention. It will be called to order at V 2 o'clock. . Nkw Yokk, October !».-->l'ere H...

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LETTER FROM COMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

LETTER FROM COMPTON. Compton; Oct. Bth, Ist:'.. Editom Herald:—The long-expect-ed "HKRALD" has at last made its appearance in this community, and seems to give general satisfaction. The people of this county at last bave a " live " paper, and one, if we may judge from the previous numbers, tbat will not tie afraid to represent the interests of the people. The want of a journal of this character has long been felt, and now that that want has been fully supplied by tbe HERALD, we trust that the 'Ides" of the present month will usher in a new era of fixed prosperity for the "County of the Angels," of which prosperity we hope Compton will receive a share. This city, like tbe Capitol of our Union, might be called the "City of magnificent distances.' 1 There is room for great improvement, and if we have not v large city in the land, we can at least boast of having a " large amount of land in the city." I am not facetious; I only take this means of informing those who are desirous of locat...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. . i:\4T.I KIYEI.Y TO Till: HKKAI.O SAN FRANCISCO. » it,in i. ml liptrtntl Utmm t*— j;er*—;finrkels—Mlorb*. Etc. San Francisco, Oct. 8, It rallied hard here nil night und In still raining. The trial of Thomas Curtln for shooting Win. Johnson was resumed in the Fifteenth District Court to-day. A large OTOWd of spectators was in attendance. MlssCurtln, closely veiled, sits in the court room with her mother. The defense is introducing testimony as to the measures taken by the prisoner previous to the shooting, to stop the Intercourse betwenn his daughter and deceased, The trial will probably be concluded tomorrow. All official investigation has been held iii the case of Capt. Lapldge, of the steamer Costa Kica by Government officials, but Capt. Waterman declines to make known any of the facts elicited. Capt. Lapidge has beeu suspended, but it is not yet known whether the suspension is more than temporary. New mines have been discovered iv Kings' District, 6(1 mi...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

NEW TO-DAY. The Southern California JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, / (OMPOHKD OK SANTA BARV .' RAKA, KBRN, VKNTCKA, NAN HE llN ARDINO, SAN DlEOOand UW ANOKLKS counties, will mcci in the new Hiuh School building, bos Angeles city, nn Monday, November 3, 1873, ami remain in session four day*. Section IMB, Political Code saysi "Whenever the number of Hebool District* in any county is tin or more, the School Superintendent >11usi hold nt least niie Teachers' Institute in each year, ami every teacher employed In a public school tn the county mn»l Attend such Institute." All the Public School Teachers are particularly required to attend. I'rivote Teacher*, Trustees and Ihe imhllc genera lv an' invitril lobe present. W. M. Mt'EADDKN, ('iniiit v Wuperlnteixl 'nl of schools. Anaheini, ili l. 7, IST.!. ncllMil [Star copy.] OKI KM AN Dramatic Performance A3N 1) I? A L L, UIVKX BY— THE TURN VEREIN GERMANIA, —on Sunday Evening, Oct. 12th, AT THEIR HALL Tin' performance will consist of •• ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSECOLUMN CARPETS -nX THK - - i Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERYSTYLE. Paper Hangings Of varied md choices! lines, The Carpet Warehouse Will, REMOVE ■ON Monday. October 6th, 1873. Tl > TH R 1* It I Z M I !*4 R X Lately is<eupietl by J, 11. WSHJMT A- Co, Tbls niftgnlnVenl store tun been entirely A XXI.I. LINE OK THK. RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN A 1.1. ITS BRANCHES. China Mattings, Coit Mattings, Rugs and Mats. iWw Style*,, COADELINE VALENCES -ANIi LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. odMmlt

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Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

Local Brevities. The extension of Temple street in being rapidly pushed through. Ki.sliop A mut left this city last week per Mohongo for Kan Diego, where he will remain for tome time. Mr. Holloway, of Florence called at tins office yesterday, and exhibited Nome tine Rpeoimenfl of cotton that he raised on his place. Home sneak ihief entered the ' t;»usorial palace" of Hani Jones a few days ago, und stole therefrom a lot of combs, Jove would like to drown him iv the lake of Como. The appraisora appointed by the Kector and vestry of St. Athanasius church report that the city will be great ly benefited by the exchange of tlie church property for that of the school. A meeting of fanners was held at Qospel Swamp Schoolhoiise a few days ago, &>r the purpose of organizing a <irange in that district. After discussing the subject for awhile the idea was abandoned for tbe present.

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IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 10 October 1873

IRRIGATION. Address by John T. Uor.lon. Although irrigation in its practical results is a novelty to a majority of the people of the United States, it has, nevertheless, been employed to a very considerable extent in some of the European Btatet,andin Egypt and India from time immemorial. The question of Increasing the water supply for agricultural purposes in this county, is one of vast magnitude and of paramount importance to its future Well-being. Were it determined that an increase of water for agriculture was Impracticable, the conclusion would naturally follow that the county bad nearly attained the maximum of population capable of maintain I nga livelihood within Its extended limits, and that the immense area of unoccupied lam), though inexhaustible in fertility, with a climate unsurpassed oil lhe face of (lie globe, WOU Id forever remain an arid wast*'. [n considering this subject the following Inquiries urine: Ist. Can mi tne reuse of water for tliis purpose he secured? 2d. ...

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