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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
Late Telegrams. F.Xt'l.rsill M.l TO THK IIKKAI.B. Awful Loss of Shipping! Hurricane at Guatemala. ImmisrvnutH lYom VlOMiiuSenator Pomeroy of Kansas Shot by Conway. The Wounds Pronounced not Fatal. Anothei' Dofhloatlon. Tom Scott Negotiates the Sale of $54,000,000 ot R. R. Bonds. Suicide of a U. S. Consul. t 84 Horses Consumed in a Fire. NEW YORK. Nkw York, Oct. ll.—George A. Clarke, a son of Fx-Mayor Clarke of this city the Cashier and Agent of the I\ P. H. U. is missing, with $10,000 received for tickets sold last month. He has heretofore borne a respectable character. It is supposed that he has been speculating in stocks. A Washington dispatch says on authority of Senator Cameron, that Senator Conkling will not accept the office of Chief Justice If tendered him by the President; that he proposes to retire to private life at the end of his Senatorial term, and devote himself In future to the practiceof law to making a fortune. To-day's Tritium says that a private cable dispatch was...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. t:\ti.rsivi:i.v To THIS IfKRALB. SAN FRANCISCO. t'nrlin ASajSMIeSI Itlemj»le I Niilcide A "Sunrise" ofticcr Arrested The toutrilmtion lo the Weniplils NnflVr»&gt;rs I'nsseoycr I,lst. Kir.. Ktr. Sax FkANCISCO, Oct. 11. The Jury iii the ('use of Thou Curtin, the slayer of Wm. Johnson, who seduced his (laughter, Hannah Curtin, returned a verdict at midnight last night, of "Not Guilty." The result was loudly applauded by the spectator*. .Indue Dwindle discharged the prisoner and remarked as he left the bench, 'I must say, Mr. Curtin, that I do not regret the verdict." The crowd around Curtin was so great that he could scarcely make his way out of the Court room. Mary Norcross, recently from Oregon, attempted suicide to-day by trying to jump oil' Long Bridge. Officer Burke sprang forward, and after a desperate struggle got her away. She recently separated from her husband, keeping her children. He went to Ohio. She was taken to the City Hall, when her f s...
Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
Pacific Coast News. A new nice track lias been laid out at San Diego. The first Grange in Humlioldt county was organized at Areata a tew days ago. Kain fell on the Bth inst., throughout the State, extending as far south as San Jose. The San Francisco pa peri are discussing the "Sunrise" horror with great vigor. The recent tires in Sacramento has caused a revival in the tin- alarm telegraph project. The farmers of LailftOli Valley, San Diego county, have heen bleated With excellent crops this year The people of San Francisco have contributed overe $:t,OOo to the afhVted people of Memphis, Term. The epizootic has again made its appearance in a malignant form among the horses about MeMinnville, Or. Coal from Lancha Plana mines, in Amador county, has been tested in Sacramento and found of excellent quality. Au Italian miner, whose name is not given, fell down a shaft in the Oneida mine, near Jackson, Amador county, and was killed. The WorHd is positive that Judge Hayes, one of the sterl...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
NEW TO-DAY. ANDREW JOUCHIM, &gt;TO. 84 ALISO STREET—MANU- \ EACTUHERof AV nitons. I , iirrin«jcsi, 1 luntoi--., «'i c. Horse-shoeing;, machine smithing and Mackimlthing of all kinds done In the most workmanlike manner. SK&lt; &lt;)TV I &gt;-1 lAN 1 » W A N bought unil sold, nnd always on hand, orders promptly attended to. ocUmUjH RATNAL,~ MANUFACTURER AND DEAL . Kit IN Wiikoiim, C 'iivrinjicsi, Hitofiiesi, ct ».•. Blacksmith Ing Of all kinds. All work MAI&gt; X of 11KST MAT KKIA Es and In the future as reliable us in tbe past Orders promptly attended to. ocl'Jiiilpl DR. A. LGEBEL, UURGEON AND CHIROPODIST, NO. M FOURTH HTKEET. Corns. Bunions and Ingrowing Nails. cured without Knives, Kilcs or Adds. Moderate charges, and satisfaction guarantees, oclinii FOR S A LET" IH'L RANCHO DF. LOS FELIZ, li The pro pert) of LEON BALDWIN, containing about 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of graiing land, and 1200 acres of hill land, tii MILK* PROM THK...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
AMUSEMENTS. TURN VEREIN HALL. I.OS AINi i XI FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA! MADAME ANNA BISHOP h.ik the honor tn announce a series oi Two Grand Concerts OF - VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL —ON— Friday and Saturday, OCTOBER 17 AND 18, ASSISI'KI" S\ Mil. AI.FIM J) WII.KIF., The English Tenor: Alii. 1.. O.(IOTTJOHALK, The Kmlnent Baritone; Mil IPTtANK &lt;iII.l&gt;TCll; The Brilliant American Pianist. Admission One Dollar Reserved Seats 50 Vents I'.xtra concert to commence nt m o'clock. as• Meatn can he secured al Brodrlek'a Booh Store. sir* Entire change of programme each Con* cert, _ oeiMw OHRMAN Dramatic Performance a rs i&gt; n a l jl. , —RIVBM BYTHE TURN VEREIN GERMANIA. —OX - Sunday Evening, Oct. 12th, AT THRIK HALL. The performance will consist of • SEIN ONKEL UND IHRE TANTE." Lustsplel in elnera Act, yon Frtedrieh' To coucliule wilh Oeffenflichkeit und Muendlichkeit. odet KIN &lt; iKBILIiKTKII HAHHIKIt. Kehwank in etaem Act. After the performance the hull wil...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS i) F THK Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. - Paper Hangings ill varied and choicest hue*. The Carpet Warehouse Wild. REMOVE --lIN - Monday. October 6th. 1873, TO THK I* R E &gt;I i m E w Lately occupied by .1. 11. Wto hut A I'o. This aiagnHtCeni store has been entirely I%E&gt; &lt; &gt; A __V r r ED A FFI.L LINK OF THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN AU, ITK HUANCHKH. m China Mattings, Coit Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES -AND— LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. osfrliajg
Bears. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
Bears. A* party of disciples of Nimrod (ladiesas well as gentlemen), went out to scare quail yesterday. The whole party resides at the Pico House, and lias made similar excursions frequently of late.y On their return, the cuine across two minster hears in the ehapparal. The champion shots made a futile attempt to bag the hairy game, but No. 8 shot proved a little too light, and though wounded and tickled to death with pellets, both ltruins escaped being .cut up for a Sunday dinner. The whole party was soared to death; one lady had to be lifted out of the carriage, whilst a gentleman of tho party was carried up stairs and put to bed. Owing to tlie fact that Bishop Peck, of the M. E. Church, will officiate at the M. E. Church in this city to-day, there will he no services held at Leek's Hall. Sunday School will meet as usual. . . l/ornl Brevities. Yesterday whs 100 warm lo he oomfortaole. C. P. Taggart left for Han Diego yesterday afternoon per Orizaba. The Street* wore Unusually live...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
WANTS. [Wants published at the rate nf6% cents per line for each insertion, or 111 cents per line for three insertions. No advertisement under this bead taken for less than Meant*.] WANTED— A WOMAN TO DO general housework. Apply al Hrsi house on Main, south of Fourth St, oeTtf WANTED — 1 N ALL NEIGH' PORING ToWNS, v good local canvasser nnd correspondent for the llkrm.d. "117 AN TED—SEVER AL DAY T? 111 iA RDEHH can find good MM otnniodationsal Mils. BACKMAN'H, spring street, near First. oe.'llf \irAN^ED-DWELDING-HOUHE f T suited to a small family, and not more than one mile from the COUrt-hoUse. Address 11. ('., II KltAl.l) office, slating price and loealion. wi-tf WANTED— TWO OR THREE DAY BOARDERS can be accommodated withflrat-claas board at UOI* PEEL'S. CANDIDATE NOTJCESj, for nisritit'T jidgio. ANDREW GLASSELL Is hereby announced us a candidate lor the office of iiistrh't Judge of the seventeenth Judlclul District, at the judicial election iv October. V. sKPI'LVF.DA Is announced ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES * SAN PEDRO m aMHMI ftAILROAD. ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1573, trains will ran as follows, leaving WILMINGTON 7:10 A. M. and 1 I*. At. LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 4 I*. M. rias.nl on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco and Kan Diego will leave Lon Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. Bii First-class passenger cars will rati regularly. No Charge lor Storage to Merchant* In the Country, JOHN MILKER, Agent at LtM Angeles. ncStf B. B. HEWITT. supt._ ACENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF tlie above Mail Steamship Companies Ibrthe Southern Coast, I am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAGE TICKETS by any Of tho.se lines of stcumc rs. To and from Europe. to New Voik and Han Francisco at the lowest rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL OB HE KM to ull parts oi Clorina. Swltserlaud, Austria. I'rssrs F....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
LOS ANGELES Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL Br: • AS THE--ALTA CALIFORNIA, Anil contain only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! ■ raxcicu 84 PER ANNUM ! JOHN OSBORNE, T&gt;IONEER PACKAGE EXPRESB I AND OITY PACKAGE DELIVERY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from an Envelope to the l'argfHt Cuxe ever shipped, to ull parts of tlie city anil country. Baggage called for in time for the trains. •0' Leave orders on the slum at the office, in Wells, Fargo A Co.'s ottlce, corner Main and Market streets, or I*. O. box 288. oc.'i-lmls AUCTION HOUSE. Gl ATES A NOYES. I Corner Temple Bhs-k and Spring Ht. Auction Business promptly attended to. Hpeclsl Sales made In any part of tho city or county. Furniture bought or sold on Commission. Liberal advances made on consignments. iH-2tr-2p
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND HELLS REAL ESlate in all sections of tho In ion. Has large tracts tor sale In Southern Cslltbiills. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes, Htock Rsnges, Sheep Range*. Vineyard, Orcliuvds, t 'ity Hoinp*, Of alt kinds and at all prices. Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. A PERPETUAL FAIR, where the best products of the country will be freely put on ex lii hit ion. to which all persons are not only Invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but 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 resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate ln the world. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and see II we cannot astonish the world. Also...
We'll Not Give up the Sabbath. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
We'll Not Give up the Sabbath. We'll not (five up f heSabbat b, The day which Ood hath hlcsl; Nor yield again to c ire ami toil The inimi and body's rest; We'll no! surrender halt'the boon At man's creation given; Lest noon we toll for six days'gain Through all the weary seven We'll not al\ cup the Sabbath, To scatter snares around For thousands in'our youth, who mo. In Sunday schools a c (band. O, tllch mil fro til the poor man's child The golden season given, TO trail) him for the present World, And speak o him of heaven. We'll not uive up the Rabb&amp;th To Science, art or news; Nor wander w here the &gt;inhts snd sound Of earth-born jojs amuse; our feet shall seek the bouse of God, Our eyes to Him be tuned, our ears bechnrni'd whore truth Is nrfach'd And heavenly science learned. We'll not five up the Sabbath, Whoe'er may sinils or frown; tt sbeils a light o'er all the week Its sun and shield a crown; it lightens ewe: It gladdens home, And cheers life's dreary ro...
Religious Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
Religious Intelligence. Thk Protestant EPISCOPAL CONFRATERNITY.—Herewith the HERALD publishes un account of an extraordinary religious movement now going oa in America. To whatever faith men belong their convictions are entitled to respect, but il does seem as if this particular school of religious thought stood nlone. It certainly cannot have an abiding place in Protestantism and Cutholieism, would equally reject It. The article is worthy of notice, as its statistics show that one Bishopand sixty Aye American Episcopalian ministers are associated together. Surely this is a curious phase of religious feeling! The associates of tlie American branch of the Confraternity of tlie Blessed Sacrament i Protestant Episcopal) held their annual Conference in New York the last of June, sinnilinnously with tlie animal gathering iv London. The first vespers were sung in St. lgnatious' Church, of which Rev. Dr. Ewer, Superior-General of the American Order, is Rector. The procession entered the ch...
Mark Twain's Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
Mark Twain's Latest. The Treatment ol' Criminal* at NewKate Prison. Ail American lady who bus been shown through one of the shows of London- Newgale - the other day, expressed herself rather forcibly to the warder concerning several features of the prison which hardly appeared to her to be human, she was grieved to see tin; elaborate and new machinery for holding the prisoners tight while being Hogged with the cat, stocks for holding their feet, and similar arrangements for the body and hands. The lady asked where the thumb-screw was. the warder innocently replied that they hadn't any. However, be must afterwards have pondered more profoundly over the sarcasm of the Inquiry, for more recently another American' lady, upon giving expression of a similar feeling about the resuscitated stocks, was told by the warder that they bad managed to get along there Without Hogging for many years until some Americans came over ami began to garrote the citizens, and this was found to be the only w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
I.os iNOKLVM, Cr.l. The largest and most commodious Hotel south ot San Francisco. II E L NDK lis I(; N HI) HRO I leave tv Inform the traveling nubile that they have leased this WELL-KNOWN 11 &lt;&gt;- TEL, and from their experience can truly Ray thai here permanent ami transient boarders will flnd a IU IME. KOK I'lilV VTK FAMILIES We haye 1 suites of Rooms nl moderate prices. The extensive acquaintance we linve mrmed 5-roughoul the State with the Trsv elliuii Community, la a sufficientfuantntee that this House will always be their FAVORITE RESORT, and we ■hall endeavor tv maintain our reputation bj keeping THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and the CHOICEST WINKS AND LIQUI 'Its for our bar. We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. in' Our terms are moderate. Call and see us.-i«« HAMMEL AND DEN KER. oc'll f Los Angeles Woolen Mill NT OH E. SACRISTE, ELLIOTT &amp; CO DEALERS IN WOOL, AND M ANKFACTKUKKS Of All Wool fa&lt;e«lmcrcs. Twee da, Pleas Me...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 12 October 1873
The Race of Time Keepers. HARPER &amp; DALTON, WHOLESALE AI D RETAIL DEALERS l\ Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. llALM'r.li At I)ALTON KKET THE LARGKMT stock US I.os AMOKLRi or thk MOST VARIED QOOOI. EVERY KIND OF llouxoliold ITui*iiitiii*o&lt; lai|&lt;&gt;li«'ii m*o, i vi*« 1 I mplomontM« PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING ANO JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXEOITTED AT LoW RATE*. Rfniembsr the Addvessi ii \in»i:u Ac DAi/rOiN. XO. HI &gt;l AI \ NT KKET. | ItoHiiey's Itlock I.OS AN 1.1 II is - ~ ' • — - "' "' * " —■■■ ii ■ ■ ■ ■ i ■■■ ■. ■ ■—i ii — i.i ■ vi m. mm m— ..— mm. i— ... mmm ■ ■ — ~ mil M AG EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK &amp; CO. i ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANOELEH), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP Office S*4tntioiioi*\ #Nj: School Kookn. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSI...