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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. KX4 1.1 Ml VKI.Y TO Till 1 : IIF.KAI.It. Ittm.l Audits at Work— Stunt- Robbed. Redding, Cal., Oct. to. The overland mall stage, driven by C. McConuell, was attacked near Buckeye this morning by four masked men tinned with shotguns and revolvers. They sprang front ambttth, one man Hiking the lead horses by the bits, and one the wheelers; another covered IfcConnell with a double-barrelled gun, while the fourth man invited the passengers out of the coach, and demanded Wells, Fargo & (Vs treasure box and the passengers' money. All submitted quietly. Wells, Fargo & ( Vs box containedsl,992. About $12,---(hki was taken from the passengers. One Chinaman lost $1,0011; other passengers had small amounts, and are here without a dollar. Sheriff Hull and posse of men are on their track, audit is hoped they will capture the robbers. Wells, Fargo 6 Co. have offered a reward of $250 for each arrest, and onefourth of the amount of the treasure recove...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873

United States Hotel, I.OS ANOELKH, Oil. The largest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. TJIK T NI) E RBIGN E D B E(I A leave to Inform the travelins public that they have leaaed thla \VHi,I,-KNu\VX 110TEL, ami from their experience oan truly tiay 'hut iibkkpermnnenl and transient bnardeis will find ii HOME. FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES We have suites nf Rooms at moderate nrieea. The extensive acquaintance we have formed p>ronghout the Htate wit h the TViivi'lliiiji < \>m 11111 nil y. It a sufficient guarantee that this House will always be their FAVORITE REHORT, and wv shall endeavor to maintain our reputation by THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and the CHOICEHT winks AND LUfl'oits I'm our bar, We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. Mb Our terms are moderate, fall and see us. »a HAMMEL AND DEN KER neJWf Los Angeles Woolen Mill stoh i SACRISTE, ELLIOTT & CO DBA LERH IN W<mil, A XI) MAN ITFACTITRERH of All Wool Ca...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873

2E The Race of Time Keepers. HARPEE & DALTON, «Hoi.es.w.E \M» MKT AIL DKAI.RBM IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. H VKPKR dalvon kkkt THK JUAMCkmzmT UTOCk ii\ LON Ai\(;KLEi«i OF TKG MOS T \ AHIED OOODI. EVERY KIND OF I loiis«'iioi<! F , miiitnr > **« lll'ftl llliploillfllt M., PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS l'lt«.\ll'T I.V AND NEATLY EX EC I TEH AT I.OW HATES. Itt-uirnilM-r tlit- V iltli't'MN: NO. Ml MAIN VI 111 I I, Ht.uiM'.v'M Biocki MM A\ I.H IA AG EC V OT THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK & CO. iADJOININO THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANOELES), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSi IKT.M ENT uE Ooie«* SinlioiitM y & Noliool Book*. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. AyoiilM for Nl«Mii>vjiy I'iniio* »*n<l liut'<l<*ft ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873

BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. THE HERALD J O 13 PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STHKF.T, OPPOSTTE THK COURT hocsk, LOS ANGELES. r pHK attention of the business POM* A nimifty nt I.os Angeles city ami county is Invited lo tin' lacllbles nf this office tor executing every dcaeilpl lon of BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING Fully alive lo tbe inferior milliner in Which a (real pari nt the Job Printing fn Southern California has hitherto been executed, the proprietor* of this establishment imvo determined to instilul ' a new order nf things iv thl* hlislness. A NEW POWER PRESS, (the tlrst to reach this far south ou the Pacific •Const), capable of printing a LARGK SHEET POSTER, either plain or In colors, In already running, and in a few weeks will he driven by STEAM POWER, which win also be attached i<> their new and l<: LEU A XT •Toll Pl'OKKf'W. The liiellltles Cur turning out work Wilt thu* be equal to most and Mipertnt lo many nfttees In sun Francisco. A SIM.KN 011» ASSORTMENT in.' ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 11 October 1873

DOTTER & LORD, NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! OONHTANTIiY ARRIVING. Elegant Parlor Furniture made to order to null taste ol purchoser, at Ham Francisco pricks, and more durable work guiieonteod, Rupert) Walnut, Laurel mat Mahogany Bed-room .-.nits nt remarkably low rates. Alan, common and Medium Furniture, of now and novel designs, al prices to correspond. No second baud Hoods handled bj this Arm In any shape. No misrepresentation allowed. Fine spring Mattresses a specialty. Great variety of Wall Paper, Window shades, I "see and Nottingham < 'urtains, i lornlces, elc, elc, Music Stands, Piano stools ami Piano I 'overs at less than Sail Francisco prices, (elaborate Draperies furnished, of any design, drawings of which may be seen oi) application, only House In the city who have a wagon RMrariAi.i.l hum for tne siiii' ami careful mo\ ing of Furniture, Hoods delivered anywhere wiihin the nlt> limits, PRICK OK...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald. LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1873. NUMBER 10. VOLUME I.

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"IS IT REAL?" [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

"IS IT REAL?" lO.i'l.V In SJKTTtI! I.AMItA V.X, Ol -ASI A 11A It II IRA, " Is il real?" you ask In your singing The vision that comes lo your mind, of orange groves, willows and hedge-rows, And flowers with odors refined; And streamlets, ami fountains, mid bIrd■HUST, Thai i tpplc Ihe odorous air, And mirror (lie home ofthe ransomed, More nearly than lolling an I rare; The broad-Spread lug vineyards, all laden Willi clusters so rich and so rare, So rich and sosweet Is the seeming, Ho charming, d "light fit I nnd fair. No wonder, when absent from vision, I! seems like a (Ilealll of the llltrhl; I ill yet ii m real, and present, Revealed In our wondering sight, Views, soft as a sorrow remembered, And sweet as a hope of the heart, ' apply the exactions of fancy, vini purest enjnj tnenl Imparl, \ini "angels of beauty" am dwelling in Ihe hoiiies and the hearts we hold dear, .ml nuuih.,- will swell the glad number Whenever fmi visit us here, i >. M . Bkrry. Hi) of angep , iie oi...

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LETTER FROM ANAHEIM. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

LETTER FROM ANAHEIM. Anahei vi, Oct.';, 1878, Kditor Herald: Not the least known unions tho unliable places iv Southern California, is litis beautiful andenterprising little city of Anaheim, Tlircc or Tonr years ago, 1 remember seeing »lis»trilutt«Mt about in sotUC of the towns ol* the western Stales, mul published iv the newspapers, the prospectus of (his, until i ben, un-lieard*of colony. I hud not then the remotest Idea of ever visiting the place or of recording its growth. That it should attain the prominence ami degree of prosperity il now enjoys, within so few years, was scarcely hoped for by its most sanguine citizen. Those who originated the Anaheim Colonization scheme, and labored for its success, have now just cause to he proud of their enterprise. To the success of this, is attributable, in a great measure, the success of the neighboring settlements, the growth of which seem as marvellous as thai of Anaheim. When the projected improvements art* made in its irrigating faci...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

pitosi'ixrri's OK • THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. The first <>f»tetober, Th* Ism anok.i.i s HerAt.r>, a dnily mul weekly newspaper, will make its appearance. The Daily will lie a neat nnd tastily printed seven-eolntnn newspaper, newsy rather than literary in character. The Weekly will he a six-column, eightpage paper, and will Contain tlie most Important matter that has previously appeared in TBI Daily llkkai.ii. It is proposed thai tho llkkai.ii shall he un uubought advocate of every interest pertaining to Southern California ami Arlcnna, and a zealous worker in all things thai shall lend to benefit the Stale, lv a word il will he in close communion with the People. In Its columns, from time to time will he found matters of interest to the California Farmer, Mechanic, Merchant, Laborer,and all classes of Producers; aud it will also contain reading matter suited to the Home Circle. The Herald will he an Independent, Democratic Journal and its efforts direc...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSfCTAH AND RCRGEON. i FFICE- No. li Downey** Block, np-stnlr«. OC2-I r DR. A. S. SHORB, J JOMfEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFK'K- Nearly opposite Ihe Post Ofßee, REHIDENCE No, IKFranklinsfiwst, iM-2-tr DR. H. S. OR ME, DHYSICTAN AND SURGEON, OFFK'K AN I > RRHI DRNI fJR hi I franco. Building, N<>. ti Main street, Onloe Honrs from in \. M,to IP. M.,nnd from 'i to 0 p. M. (M^-tf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pjJYSICTAN AND SURGEON, OFFICF, AND RESIDENCE—In Kektsch'i Block, i 'ommerclul ami i.os Angelea streets, iv: special alien!lon paid lo diseases of (he EYE AND KAJt, ocj-lf DR. J. W. OLIVER, J J OMIEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND KEsIIiLNCE -Spring street, opposite ihe Mayor's i >mcc. oc'-ipu D. W. C. FRANKLIN, ME ( * H A NIC A L, Ol 'ERA Tl \' X AND BURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE -:«»Spring street, next to Fire Engine House. oc.'-tr R. X, S. O'MKI.VKNV, 11. T. H AZAKII. O'MELVENY & HAZARD, A TTORNEYS AT UAW, OFFICE IN ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

FORWARDING A COMMISSION. J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS a NrManufacturers Agents. AI.KMS hliH LONDON ASSUfIANCL CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO: COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY. (Combined assets exceed 811.000.000 BIBCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER & HAM LTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY; THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND (OTTER. i.e'.'-ltnlp HELLMAN, HAAS & CO. FOR W AjETDXNG AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE FOR BALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Ofthe choicest Imported Brands. Paints. Oils, Doors. Sashes, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENT*. 14 and Itt I.os Angeles and t'oiniiieii'ial Sts., OC.l] Los ANUKLKS. |Im-lp I. B. FERGUSON'S COMMISSION HOUSE In Hie Inclusive < oimiOssion House to uo lo lOr Kver>fhliis Yon Wsnl, <s'2-lm SIMON LEVY, /K)MMI SS IO NM E BCH AN T. V General dealer In all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

MI SC EL LAN EOUS. HEPUHLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ol < lIM AOO, 11.1.1N01N. Cash Capital, . 81,000,000 Blanches in nil the fclalcNOt the I nlon. HAVING NOW COMPLETED . the organisation of our >*Rc»ifio TJi'fiiioli, We take pleasure in announcing thnt our Pacllic Cons! Htockholders have elected the following well-known citizens kn officers of our PACIFIC BKANCH: IWtiitrttt: OLIVER RLDHIDOF, PfejfcpnaMMßii THOM. A. BALI., WM. R. WHKATON A. L. OURNEY Secretary pro teni JAS. T. BOYD Attorney THOS. BROWN Treasurer • 'HAH. BI URET,! Medical F.xamlner Kn'tntk* Omimitt'v: OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOB. A. DQNOHOE, •lAS. T. BOYD. UKO. W. BEAVER, CH AS. RURRKLL, THOM. BELL, E. It. PKRRIN. IHnctoteii OLIVER ELDREPGE.LKLANP STAN FORD OEO. W. BEAVER, THOH. BROWN, N. li. KITTLE: C. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN E. MII.LEIt, THOH. H. , JAS. T. BOYD, K. E. MORROW, C. I. BRENH AM, H. V. BtfTTERWORTH M. D. SWEENY, OEO. H. WHKATON, I. FRIKDI.ANDK.It, WM. HTRLINO, A. BLACK, Till >S. A. BALL. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND 1 SPANISH will lie given lo classes lv the iilternoons or evenings, hy MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY fill N: To n class of five or less, per lesson j2 On To a class ot nny numlier over live, per lesson $:) iNI For further particulars, iiiipiirc al the office or the Los Anoki.i s Hkrai.li, of Lindley « Thompson,orst the Pico House. TEMTIMONI AfsS) I University ok California, ) Dkpartmf.nt of Lanoi'Aoks. - Oakland, juiv 11. is 72. I Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley has been a student in tny department of the University for five consecutive terms, vis: from September, 1870, to April :id, is-2. During this time she studied the French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit mark tor five terms being 97 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish idioms as to be able to -peak ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

MISC E LL AN EOUS. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10,1 l v 12, 13,14 and 15. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME! FIVKDAYH' liA< llSd -AND - Stock Parades and Exhibitions. And one whole ilny devoted lo LAPV KQIKHTKIAMHIW. AND OTHER SIGHTS. FIRST DAY. First Race -Trotting-For horses thai aro owned In Die district at this date, that have never beaten three minutes. Mile beats; best three lv five to harness -purse of MOttj $200 to the first horse, nnd £100 to the second; five or more to enter. Second Race— Running raceofa mile dash, for all two-year olds owned and raised In this district. l'urse of |1U0; S2OO to first aud $100 lo second; five or more to enter. Third Race-Running-Free for nil California or half-breed horses: mile dash; catch weights, l'urse JIM; $100 tothe first and $. r m to the second; five or more to enter. SECOND DAY. First Baos—Gentlemen's saddle Itace—Single dash of one mile; I...

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The Sunrise Horror. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

The Sunrise Horror. Xo more terrible case than that of the Sunrise, has ever been tried in the courts of San Francisco, ft is stated in the bill that three sailors on the voyage from New York jumped overboanl and committed suicide, to avoid further illtreatment. The accusation is, that, so fearful and so unbearable were the tortures inflicted on the crew , that three of their number voluntarily drowned themselves. Suicide It can hardly lie called, it was flying from the brutality of man. and Appeal log to ihe mercy of Gon. Whether the charge Ik* ajust one, or whether it be exaggerated, one thing is certain, ship captains are brutally autocratic. There are thousands of instances of despotism in the V. 8. Merchant Marine, that are never reported. The commanders of vessels that make long voyages have an almost absolute power. That it is sadlyabused is undeniable. That it may be corrected severe legislation is needed.

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San Diego and Los Angeles. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

San Diego and Los Angeles. The Post has the following just article: "Dr. F. P. Howard, Chairman of theCommitteeon Commerce and Manufactures ofthe Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, has culled upon us«, to draw our attention to the injustice done hy the San Francisco papers Jin crediting Los Angeles exports as from San Diego and way ports. Dr. Howaril informs us that three-fourths of the exports and imports hy the southern coast steamers belong to Lou Angeles. We are not surprised that our friends in the orange and fruit country feel aggrieved at the slight put upon them. We found iv Dr. Howard an old valued friend, and cheerfully promised that as far as the Pott is concerned, this ground of complaint should be removed."

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El Rancho Los Feliz. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

El Rancho Los Feliz. Any one who has ever experienced the hospitality of the owner of Los Feliz, will be sorry to hear that he is intending to leave the district. The impossibility of attending to the fature interests of the ranch, as well as lo more important labors, necessitates the change. Mr. Baldwin has one of the most lovely places in the country. Its advantages and beauties are very fully described in another column. It is just such an investment as thousands of eastern men are daily in search of. There is probably no ranch house in Southern California that can compare with either of the elegant residences on this property. With a river below and the hills behind, the garden planted with beautiful oranges, and the most perfectly appointed dairy in the district, Mr. Baldwin will dispose of his magnificent property all 100 soon to suit the wishes of his many warm friends. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin can rely upon it t':at there is but one feeling—that of regret—at the bare prospect of...

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This and That. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873

This and That. Curiosities or THE Win k Taw— The relations between the wine-ma-kers and the Internal Revenue Bureau, are peculiar. If a person sells at the place of manufacture wine made exclusively from grapes of his own growth, he is not liable to the special tax as a liquor dealer for such sales, but if he sells such wine away from the place of manufacture be is liable. If, however, the wine contains the juice of any grapes not raised by him, he is subject to a special tax therefor, no matter where he sells it. An octogenarian spinster is among the latest batch of Knglish converts to Mormonism, and is on her way to Utah in the comfortable faith that she will be "sealed" to some respectable elder immediately on her arrival. Tlie Dramatic Verein Eintriicht, of San Francisco, has elected Mr. F. M. Freund, President (re-elected;; Louis Henry, Vice-President; L. Simon, Secretary; Fritz Kohncke, Vice-Secreta-ry; John Kohncke, Treasurer; (J. Helwelke, Registeur. The other elected office...

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