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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND SPANISH will be given to classes in the afternoons or evenings, by MRS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To a class of five or less, per lesson &lt;j2 on To ii class ol any number over five, per lesson |D no For further particulars, Inquire at the otlice of the Los Axnf.i.kn Hkku.ii, of Lindley A Thompson, or at the l'lco House. TESTIMONIALS : Fnivkrsitv of California, ) Pkpartnkht or Lamkitauks. &gt; Oakland, July 11.1872. ) Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Liudley has been a student In my department of the University for five consecutive terms, viz.; from September, IK7O, to April .'id, 1K72. During this time she studied the French, the Spanish and the Barman languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency nnd attendance, her average credit mark tor live terms being I*7 per cent. (in entering the I'iiivorslty, Miss lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish idioms us to be ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
MISCELLANEOUS SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME! FIVE DAYS' RACING -ANDStock Parades and Exhibitions. And one whole day devoted to LADY EQUESTRIANISM. AND OTHER SIGHTS. FIRST DAY. First Race—Trotting—For horses that are owned in Hie district nl this dale, that have never beaten three minutes. Mile beats; best three In five to harness-purse ot' ifflUU; 8200 to the first horse, and JUKI to tlie second; live or more to enter. Second Race—Running race of a mile daub, for all two-year olds owned and raised in this district, l'urse Bff)W| »200 to first und 8100 to second: five or more to enter. Third Race Runnln"-Free for nil California or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch weights, l'urse jf 150; 81(10 lollie first and Hp to the seooml; five or more to enter. SECOND DAY. First Race—(ieutlemen's Saddle Race—Single dash of one mile; to carry not less tha...
Southern Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
Southern Emigrants. In southern California, the Confederate element is well represented. After the war, they gathered up the remnants of their scattered fortunes, and removed to the far-off Pacific. Every Southern State and every grade of society is represented in Southern California. In fortune, those classes are now equal; all have been stripped of their wealth; but the classes of the old Southern society are as distinctly marked in the manner and habits of those people as they ever were. The old southern planter, representing the true aristocracy, the fanner of smaller means, the merchant, the lawyer, the doctor, the mechanic, the back-woods-man, and the veritable old buckskin Indian fighter, have all settled down in this qliet valley, together, and started the race of life anew. The contented cheerfulness which pervades this society is pleasant, and makes a stranger feel at home with them. Tho daughters and wives of many of these people, who were raised in the lap of luxury, tra...
San Diego and Los Angeles. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
San Diego and Los Angeles. Since the first issue of the Hkrai.d, soveral pleasant little dabs have passed between this city aud tlie San Diego World, and in its issue ofthe 9th inst. it talks about holding Up Los Angeles to the exposure of a calcium light, and otherwise annihilating this city and its journals. A little town, living on hopes and newspaper puffings, should bo careful what it says in regard to the metropolis of Southern California. It has had its own way, and boon unopposed in its imaginary greatness too long. The Hkrai.d does not constitute itself an organ of opposition to San Diego, but it is and always will be devoted to the advancement of Lot Angoles. As to the threatened bombshell of the Worldf it should know that the three newspapers in this oity are as capable of defending its interests as the World is of attacking them. The six passengers from San Francisco for San Diego, wore it correct way-bill, and so wero the fifty-eight booked for Lea Angeles. Tho tonnage ...
The Orphans' Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
The Orphans' Fair. The ladies of Los Angeles are preparing to hold a Fair, shortly, for the benefit of the orphans. Tlie Fair will take place at Turnverein Hall on the 2btb, 29th and 80th of the present month. There is probably no word that calls out such a community of feeling, and casts down so thoroughly the walls of creed, as that one wordorphan. There is no thought that evokes more sympathy than that of the misery of the fatherless and friendless. To aid the little ones who have oo homes, and succor the children that have no natural protectors, is one of the brightest missions on earth. The ladies will doubtless meet a hearty response from all whose aid they solicit. It is asked what Massachusetts would have thought if the Worcester convention had heen held in tlie Post Office, controlled hy United States bayonets. This happened in Louisiana. How does one State differ from another? And now the question is, who arrived lirst at the telegraph otlice, afer the Modoc execution, the...
Latest Telegraphic News! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
Latest Telegraphic News! EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HERALD. NEW YORK. Examination of Irving...Havana Bank Robbery .... Financial New York, Oct. 111.—Irving had a private examination to-day, when it is said he told all he knew about the Nathan murder. His story has not been made public. Maria Urbach, who was taken into custody with two Spaniards, charged with robbing the Bank of Commerce in Havana, yesterday accuses the Spanish Consul with robbing her of money, diamonds and drafts for 7,000. Her affidavit declares that these things were taken from her baggage on board the steamer City of Mexico under false pretences. There is an early prospect of a pooling arragement for greenbacks, and many old prudently managed banks are restive under the arrangement, and desire the liberty of managing their own greenbacks, as well as National Bank Notes, and to receive and pay them out over their counters. Their receipts cannot be made free, as before suspension, so long as their is a discount on the bond...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. KM 1.1 MVKI.Y TO IUX 11 Kit A I.l&gt;. STOCKTON. Nl &gt;&lt; l. I ..i ami \ Ist,tin Marrow t.uiini' Knilrual. Htockto N, Oct. 10. At a meeting 6l the Sun Joaquin and Tulare Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, yesterday, Engineer Archibald Blair submitted ■ full •nd exhaustive resort of tlio eastern line from stockton to Vlsalla, The total length of line from Stockton is 175 miles; great* eat height above title,4so feet; maximum grade, ascending south, 52 8-lOt) feet per mile; total length of bridging! of all kinds, 20,570 feet; total estima:ed cost of the Eastern line, 186 Bb. Total length of western line from Stockton to Yisalia, one hu mired and sixty-four miles; greatest height above tide, 878 fret; maximum grade ascending south, -17 52-KM); desceudteg south, :&gt;i 88-100 feet, average grade per mile 11 4-100 feet; total length of bridging &lt;»f all kinds, 20,582 feet; total estimated cost, 51,577,44s 58. The excess of...
Exchange Sauce-Pan. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
Exchange Sauce-Pan. Tho Oakland Torchlight goes after the Chronicle map, has a first-class advertising support, teems with bright little items, and opposes steals vigorously. The San Diego World ot the 9th instant tries to "bring" this journal "up standing." Itsays: "They are starting out in a game of depreciation of San Diego which isj very fashionable iv the upper country, and which will quickly bring tbem athwart the World, to theirdlscomflture, as we think,when we get in the humor, for we understand every wrinkle in the provincial village of Los Angeles. Cities, like poets, ure horn, not made, and San Diego came ant uf tha womb of time witli the impress of city status written over her hrow, although her population is only three thousand." t ailing Los Angetes a provincial village, and their own hamlet of QOU voters a city, is a quaint conceit. The "calcium light" threat does not tei'rify. The world has heen too long magnifying the resources of San Diego, with the assistance of t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA OYSTKHS— FKKSH BY EVERY steamer, will he served up in every style, vi iin' orner of COMMERCIAL AND LOH AXUKI.KN HTS., Hy ARK" haiku, (formerly with H. DockweUer) ami CHAM, WAI.DK.V ■_.«H VK TH KM A KALI*, oel l-lm H. N. MITCHELL'S Pioneer Livery. Sale and Feed Stables, ( IKNTER STRKKT, OPPOSITK V~&gt; Poplar Row, ANAHEIM. The very bent accommodations fur visitors anil l ravel let s. dr«'.ltl«* Sll«l&lt;ll«' Hot'NOH constantly nn hand, nnd In I'll Isheil nl sliorteil not ice, oelltf
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
NEW TO-DAY. FOR SAN FRANCISCO CJCHR. W. H. ST FA'HNS, h* k7 WIIIT.NKY M asi KR..&amp;Sa, Having her cargo partly engaged, will lie dispatched on wkdnksda V, October IS, ISffl. ocll-td J, L WARD A CO., Agfa. MERCED THEATER. .1. 11. I.KKOY MANAGER K. MINIS \&lt;;knt Powerful Bill for Saturday Night! Thi' accomplished artiste, M'ltie MAHIE DI HF.T, In her Interesting rendition of CAPITOLA, First a New ii»rk Newsboy: afterwords a Southern Helmut, S I 11 It OI V F.VF.MNO. OCT. 11. Will be present'il, forth" first time, the Intensely Interesting ami Kenrmtionnl Play, in ■"&gt; Acts, nt the II Icicle It 1 I 71 11 cl, -OH THE NEW YORK NEWSBOY! MaJ. Ira Warfiehl, of Hurricane Hall Mr. I. H. l«roy Donald (knbwu as •• Black Donald "J tic outlaw Mr- Samuel Piercy Wool Mr. James Barrows Herbert Uniyaon Mr/Fred frVntoa CAPITOLA Mmi: MARIE DITRKf During.the piece there will be Introduced A GRAND MIMICAL MELANGE, Consulting el negro occentricltlca, witticisms, orations, danc...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
AMUSEMENTS. TURN VEREIN HALL. FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA! MADAME ANNA BISHOP Has the honor lo announce a series of Two Grand Concerts UK - VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL m urn i o, —UN— Friday and Saturday, OCTOBER 17 AND 18, ASSIHtBD v V MR. ALFHRD WII.KIK. The English Tenor; Mil. |v. (I.OO'nxOHALIi, The Eminent Baritone; Mlt XX VNK &amp;Il*l&gt;*__l| The Brilliant American Pianist. Admission One l&gt;ollnr Reserved Sciili .*&gt;o &lt; ents Kxtrn Concert to commence al s o'clock. ■aVßeatu con be secured al Brodrlck'n Hook Store. •ar*Entire change of programme each Conni'rt. OeMW KItMAX Dramatic Performance A IN 1&gt; I* A I 4 I- , —-OIVKN I.V - THE TURN VEREIN GERMANiA. --fixSunday Evening, Oct. 12th, AT THEIK HALL. The perfbrmance win consist of -SEIN ONKEL UND IHRE TANTE." I.ustsplel Inelneni Act,von PrWMcflr To conclude with Oeffenfiichkeit und Muendlichkeit. oiler KIN OEBILTIETHR BARBIKR. Sehwanl; iv cinciii Ac!. After the performance tiie ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
CARPET W A REHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS —OK THK — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY, STYLE Paper Hangings Ol NHl'tcl Htlil c!lllll'C-*t IlllCkS. The Carpet Warehouse WII.I. REMOVE - uNMonday, October Gth, 1873, TO THK I» T* I_ IVI I H E H Lately occupied by .1. 11. Whiiiiit _ Co. Thin magnificent store low been entirely I _ ENC &gt;'v_v r r 1 _ 1 &gt; A PULL LINE OF THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IS ALL ITS lilt A NCR KM. China Mattings, Coit Mattings, Rugs and Mats. iNew Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES -ANDLAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. oeSdntti
Madame Anna Bishop Schultz. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
Madame Anna Bishop Schultz. The Halo of seats for Madame Anna BlßhtJt, s tlrst concert ou Friday next is proceeding very rapidly—although a week distant, SO of the best chairs bave been already Secured. There is no doubt that this renowned artist will remember her visit here pleasantly. It is the Intention of several of the best families in the city to give entertainments in her honor. The gentlemen who accompany her are as socially brilliant as they are professionally tallented, and have gone from ocean to ocean, coneertizing with Madame Bishop. Mr. Gilder's pianoforte playing created quite a furore in San Francisco. Madame Bishop and her husband, with the other artists, will arrive here on Thursday. Tlicrmomelrloal lleeord. According to the plan af tha Smithsonian inDtitnte. Keptspecially aw the Kaaaasby Brodriek * (\&gt;. Friday, October 10. H A»M ST», |2p. % 7*o I»P. M 870 Average,oo.,(no UU i&gt;H ■•&gt; i M I.ix nl Brevities. tf^w" Cl*" fx FdvVard Stntt...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
DIVIDEND NOTICE. Kaiimkk.sA- Mkhch ants' Hank, ) Los Anoei.ks October 7, 1*73. )' A DIVIDEND Of IS PER SHARK luts been declaredon tha capital stock oftheFarmers'and .Merchants' liank ol I.os Augeles, payable on thciuth inst. o.'Tml ISAIAS W. lIKI.I.MAX, Cnshler. NOW f ADI EH, ypU CAN BUY FIRST J A class Millinery and Fancy Goods, Just arrived direct from tlie Kust. We are determined to make one (iKAN'I) CLEARING" SALE, and offer our large stock, commencing the season, ut ?s cents on the Hollar, at No. 1 Spring street, oc2-imis Mlts. j. E. HMALL. CITY LAUNDRY. V I NT H ST R H FT, BETWEEN llriiKshopper and Orlllln streets, I/MS ANOEI.KM. Hentlemcn's, IK »TEI. AND REsTAFRANT WASHING done on reasonable terms. PEARL BUTTONH sewed on. and ordinary MKNIiINU done. Washing called for and delivered, FREE OF CHARGE. ■V"Order slate ut Hroderlck's Rook Store. oc'Miu I v .1. H. i.I'NKIL.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES &amp; SAN PEDRO tlAiX^ltOr"A.^t&gt;. ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873, I rains will ran as follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:15 A. M. and 1 P. M. KOS ANQELEH—M A. M. nod IP. M. Kxoopt on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers tor Han Francisco and Han Diego will leave I.os Angeles hy the 111 A. M. train, eoimeettng at Wilmington With the Company's steamer. Bit" First-class passenger cars will run regularly.. No Charge lor Storage to Merchant* lv the Country. JOHN MILNF.K, Agent at Los Angeles, oejtf K. K. UK WITT, Hupt^ AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEINCi APPOINTED AGEST OF the above Mall Steamship Companies for the Southern Coast, I am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAOF TICKKTH hy any of thosibllncs of stonnic rs, To and from Europe, to New York and Snn Francisco at the lowest mU*. Also give MONEY P&lt; »STAL ORDKRH to all parts of Uerinany. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
- LOS ANCELEB Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL BK 'jFlict- Hum*- Nize - AH THK ALTA CALIFORNIA, And contain only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PHICK: 84 PER ANNUM ! JOHN OSBORNE. "PIONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS L AND CITY PACKAGE DKKIVKKY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from nn F.nvelope to the largest Case ever shipped, to ull parts ot the city and country. Baggage called for In time tor the tnil ns. Bui" l.enve orders on the slide at the ofllce, ln Wells, Fargo A Co.'s office, corner Main and Market streets, or P. O. box 286. oc'Mmls "auctiowlhouseT" GATES A NOYEB. Corner Temple Uloek and spring si. Auction Business promptly attended to. Hpoelal Hales made In any part of the city or county. Kurulture bought or sold on Commission. Liberal advances mode (Ml consignments. oeitf-ip
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
REAL EBTATE. . S. H. SLAUCHT, I (HQ HBWB REAL EHTATK, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND HELLS REAL EHlato In all section* ol iho Union. Has lingo tracts lur sale iv Southern ( all 'inula. Homes for Farmers, I / J .. • t,-' I '/:! .&gt; I Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, * - -'. i m■ , i Country Home*, Htocll Ullllgi'h, Khoep Rnugpfi, Vineyard, &lt; &gt;r&lt;'liiii , (lM. &lt; 'ity Horn (&gt;«, (M all kinds nnd at all prices. : : ■ . aa I Wfl H ttfta Special attention paid lo the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE. HORSES, SIIKKI'ANIi OTIIKR STOCK. | A. PKIiPKTI AL FAIR, whore tho best products of the country will be freely put on exhibition, lo which all persons are not only invited, but urged (o contribute. It will nut only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see what we oan raise here, and thus encourage them to unite their capital ami energies witli ours, to develop tho vast resources of our country, add to tlio cha...
Another Big Vine. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873
Another Big Vine. A. J. Boyer, editor of the Oakland ibrvh/iyht, has been rusticating in Ventura county, and thus describes a big grape-vine he has discovered, In the columns of his journal: Vent urn ran boast of a grape-vine which, though not equal in size nor in age to the celebrated Santa Barbara vine, surpasses probably any other vine of like age in the world in size, vigor of growth, lieauty and fructification. It has only been known to the natives, nml the civilized world, so to speak, knew nothing of its existence until a few months ago. It is located on the hanks of the Ventura river, about live miles from the Mission, and in what is called "Ventura canon," and is owned by a Spaniard named Morago. 1 visited this mammoth vine a few days ago, and was confronted by the same obstacles in my search alter its history, which have for so many years embarrassed strangers who visited the Monteeito, viz: the inability of the owner to sjieak English, or, rather, the inability of his fam...