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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH ANI) SPANISH will ls> given to classes in the aftemooni Of evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY Ifllll To a class of live or less, per lesson (2 (Ml To a class ot nay number over live, per lesson j:t nn For further particulars, Inquire at t lie office of the Los Anuki.ks Hkuai.ii, of Lindley ,\ Thompson, or at the Oeo House, TESTIMONIALS : t'Nivnusrrv OF < 'ai.h-ok.ma, ) Dki'autmkntor Lasoi auks. JOaki.akd, July 11, 1K72. ) Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindley has been v student in my department ol the University for five consecutive terms, viz: Horn September, INTO, In April M, 1572. During this time site studied flu- French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency nnd nttendimee, ber average credit murk for five terms being 07 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley I possessed already such knowledge of the •Veneh and Spanish idioms as to...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 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! Ffcy*3 DAYS' RACING — AND— Stock Parades and Exhibitions. Ami ono whole day devoted to JL.AOV KQT'KKTIIIANIHM. AND OTHER MIGHTS. FIRST PAY. FlrM Race—Trotting— For horses that are owned In the district ut this date, that have never beaten three minutes. Mile heats; best three in five lo harness—purse of ftMji; (200 to the And horse, ami iltjn to the second; live or more to enter. Second Race—Running race of a mile dash, for nil two-year olds owned and raised In this district. Purse of tMO; $200 to first und 1100 to second; Aye or more to enter. Third Rnce—Running—Free for all California or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch weights. Purse 8150; |UK) to tlie Arst and (.10 to the second; live or more to enter. SECOND DA A". First Race—Gentlemen's Saddle Itace—Single dash of one mile; to carry not les...

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RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

RETURNS. As the Hkkald desires to present the fullest possible election news on Thursday morning, it bojies that its friends throughout the county will forward returns to the ofllce to-night both by telegraph and letter.

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Election To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

Election To-day. While this article is being read, the polling will already be going on. Now the minds of must voters have been firmly made up; theircandidates have heen selected; their votes melded. Little of the political has entered the canvass; in most cases the question has been asked, "Who is the best man?" not "Who is the best Republican?" or "Who is tbe best Democrat?" Staunch Republicans, in the case of the Supreme Judge, will vote for McKee, staunch Democrats for Dwindle, and staunch members of both parties for McKinstry. Looking at tbe canvass impartially, the chances for the election of Dwindle seem the best; thus it seems; although to the writer either of the other candidates is preferable. For District Judge, the two candidates, Andrew Glasseli and Y. Sepulveda, are both popular, and would both ably All the office for which they aspire. They are men of exemplary habits, pure integrity, anil tine legal ability; owing to events which the canvass has developed, the chance...

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The Yellow Fever and the Cholera. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

The Yellow Fever and the Cholera. The dispatches still contain terrible accounts of the ravages of the yellow fever iv the States south of rilinois, bordering un the Mississippi. From Memphis, people are fleeing, ami every departing train is tilled with those hastening from death. Their case lias been such us to commend them to the sympathy of all sections of the country, and what relief money can give has been offered. In tiie cast, cholera also has been raging, and the coming winter only has stayed its progress, it should be a cause of gratitude to the people of I/is Angeles, and Southern California, thut they are spared this destruction; that they live in a region uncurscd by these pesls. They enjoy a sunny clime, iv which for three hundred aud fifty days out of the year, they may be out of doors Witli comfort, and yet are free from malaria of any kind. This inducement alone should bring thousands of emigrants to make home-' in their midst.

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The Cornell University. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

The Cornell University. The Northern Vhrixtian Ai/roeatf , in saying of the Cornell University, "it begins its sixth year witli 209 Fresh- ' iuen<—raw recruits for Satan!" prsftltn but another example of a newspuper asserting at a fact that which it wishes might occur. So hie newspapers like some men consider themselves infallible, set themselves up for little divinities incapable of erring, and, making their wish father of a result, damn all opponents. The truth is Cornell University and perhaps all other iioii-sec-tarian colleges are just us moral, as the sectarian college. They may not turn out so many Methodist ministers, Baptist ministers, or ministers of any otUerdanomiuation, but they do turn out as good men und in most cases infinitely better students.

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Telegraph Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

Telegraph Arrangements. Last evening a very satisfactory and courteous letter was received at this office from the <General Superintendent of the Western Union Teh-graph Co. The following passage from it is quoted, to show tlie readers of the Hkka_l> what this paper is doing to supply them with news: "I should like you to report to pie any time when your dispatches are rereived In a careless or unsatisfactory manner. We employ an experienced reporter, and there is no good reason Why the news should not be well made up, nud with the number of words you receive, cover the entire ground every day of all important news that reaches this city from the East, or the different parts of this coast. Yours, truly, Jas. Uamklk, (Jen. Supt. Prentice Mulfonl writing to the llulfetin. from Kurope says: "The Court Circular pronounces Joaquin Miller's Modoc essay to be 'the book of the season.' " A critic in the Athemeum says It is the "confession of a scoundrel." Mr. Miller pu...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

Late Telegrams. KXt-M NI%KI.Y TO THK Ul lt tl.O. Farmers' Grange Troubles in Boston. Card from Bishop Cummings. I\»»\a Voi'lc. Pennsylvania and Ohio Elections. YELLOW FEVER ABATING inMEMPHIS Conway Arraigned for Shooting Senator Pomeroy. Heavy Shipments of Bullion frcm England to the United States. r rm<: WAR ix ftPAIBr. NEW YORK. Nkw Yokk, October 14.—The Huston (iimine, composed of grain ami commission merchants, having heen ordered to disband, by the drand Master of tlie National Grange, as it was not a farmers' grange, threatened to carry the matter before the National Orange. The Boston grange retains its hook nnd rituals, the members using the pass words and grips nf the order. As it is composed of prominent business men,a warm contest is promised. Gen. Book, pugilist, fatally stabbed Richard Bradshaw in New York this morning. Bishop Cummings, of Kentucky, has written a letter in vindication of Ins conduct, and that of the Pcuu of Canterbury, iv the matter of their ...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. E\« 1.l MVKI.V TO THE HCHAI.II. SAN FRANCISCO. •snicnic Tlie l'mauer* in Council Ki|tiirrcls Ihe I'HMae Sf the Meeting;. A I.tain Fine Mistaken Identity and I.ucky lilenlillcalion ..trftef* Masonic All.'iiilai.ee Witnesses in Irons e)nt»gea«S Action ol Hie I . s. Marshal. San Francisco, Oct. 14. Ernest Died rich killed himself at the Scandinavian House last night, by choking himself to death with a strap. Nothing is known of his antecedents. A meeting of fanners was held here to-day, to consider measures for procuring legislative aid iv abating the squirrel pest. Interesting reports were submitted upon the ravages of these animals, and drafts of several bills were submitted to the conference. Judge Hoffman fined Wright, the second mate of the ship St. Charles, only sl'ii for assaulting aud heating two seamen. A man was arrested at San Jose as Harris, mate of tbe Sunrise, and was brought to this city; but he proves to be George Greenwood, the absconding night...

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Penal Code on Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

Penal Code on Elections. lv connection with this election, it may nut be Inapproprinte lo quote tiie following provisions of tlie I'enal ('oile, in regard to using money at elections: i'A. Every person who, with the intent to promote the election of himself or any other person, either - 1. Furnishes entertainments at his expense to any meeting of electors previous to or during an election; _. Pays for, procures, or engages to pay lor any such entertainments; ;t. Furnishes or engages to pay or deliver any money or property for the purpose of procuring the attendance of voters at the polls, or flu'tha purpose of compensating any person for procuring attendance of voters at the polls, except for thr conveyance of voters who are sick or infirm; 4. Furnishes or engages to pay or deliver any money or property for any purpose intended to promote "the election of any candidate, except for the expenses of holding and conducting public meetings for the purpose of discussing public questions a...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

NEW TO-DAY. Important to Winemakers rpHE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO 1 Inform producers of Wine that I hey can place al their disposal a machine, patented March li, isn, lor Heating Wines. bj which means the taSte of newneslt kind all acidity Is destroyed, and the M ines preserved without future change. Tlie process al once M ua:s IT I.IKK A THKSfeY&ARoI. n WINK, and destroys the serins of fermentation, »>;. price, per Gallant, two iiatn, «s m. a. Ll/tjUfiT a CO., is* Angeles. <><• Kit f Guitar and Singing. DROFErHSOR M. S. A REV AIX) has returned to Mils eltv.nnd WIH resume his classes. Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes Apply al BRORRII'K'H hook an I Music Store. ' oclft-linilp ORIENT SALOON, fj Q MAIN STREET, DOWNEY I•> HI.Ot'K, I>OS ANtOiI.KH ocl'itl MERCED THEATER. J, U. [.BUOY MANAGER K. minis AUK NT ImttkOtlSM* Atlraelion —FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS CARRIE LIPSIS! KiiM Ihrie In Los Angeles of Shukspcare's c...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

AMUSEMENTS. _ TURN VEREIN HALL. r.OS AIVGKJL.EH. FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA! MADAME ANNA BISHOP Has iiic honor to announce; a series of Two Grand Concerts UK - VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL \I tJ N 1 <1 . -ON Friday and Saturday. OCTOBER 17 AND I ft, AMI I > D li V MR, VKKUKIi fILKtB, . he Knglish Tenor; Alii. 1.. C4.<sVOTTs«OHAI^K. Thi j Rntlnenl Burt to tie; Ml: KIIANK < J II.OPMf: The Brill Inn I American Pianist. Admission One Hollar Reserved Neata .10 i vau ira Coiteerl lo commence at H o'clock. NTKeuti can ti" secured at Brod rick's Hunk Store. itrv Entire change of programme each ('illicit. ' OCtl-lW FOR SALE TO LET. FOR SALE. 17M. RANCHO I>K I.OS FELIZ, i_ The properly of I.KON BALDWIN, containing about 490 acres of irrigable land, 2900 acres of c;raiing land, <md 1200 acres of hill land, 4H MJI.KS PROM THK UTY. There arc two targe and well furnished houses.fitted up witli all modern Improvements, on the ranch; olfe of...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSECOLUMN CARPETS or Til X - Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS lIS EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings Ol \ Mcd and c -boles*) hues -i The Carpet Warehouse Will REMOVE --ONMonday. October 6th, 1873, To THK i» ft is »i i h i _ h Lately occapttd by J, Ii Wwiuiir.*i'u. This magnlJhvnl store has, neon entirely Tl 1 3NrC >V ATEI) A XXI.L LINE OP TIIK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING i IN ALL ITS lilt VNt Tlf X China Mattings, Coit Mattings, . R Rugs and Mats. (New Htyles,) COADELINE VALENCES - VND - LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. OI'MIUiS

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Tister County Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

Tister County Gazette. A oopy of this' paper] bearing date of Saturday, Jan. 4, 1800, may be seen at this office. it wus published at Kingston, hy .Sanniel Freer & Hon, and bus the full report of the address to the President of the United states, John Adams, his reply thereto and the proceedings <>f the Senate. The whole of tiie inside of the paper is in tlcep ii_ournklg 'tor General Washington, and has a lonsr account of his funeral. Most, of the advertisements are tinted in December, 1 Ttlll. and Peter Ten Broeck figures conspicuously as Sheriff; and one of the stores announces that it will receive in payment for : goods—" wheat, rye, buckwheat, •»a s, com, butter, flax, ashes and rawhit es, at .Ksopus prices. Cash will not be refused." Hv a mistake the KxprcHH of last evenitg announced Maiiame Anna Hishop's nrst concert for* Saturday instead of for Fritluy evening. As 150 seats were taken last evening at six o'clock, the mistake which was easily ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

CUCAMONGA WINE. DEPOT AT LOUS MKSMEhVS WINK ckllak,underneath ihelf.H. Hotol. Wine by the Oiasa, Buttle or Uallou. All kinds ->i Liquors, Wines and Bitters :ii wholesaleand retail. '1 lie public of I .os Angeles are hereby notiHed that no other person in \/m Angeles 'tail Louis .Mesuierhat) wines from tlie Cocotnongo ruiuhes, J. L.HANHBVAIN. oc. r >-2pllll M. TEED, JONTRACTOR AND BCFLDEH, Shop on First Street, lietweea Main and Spring, Lot Angeles, ti-it lobbing done neatly and with Dlspnleli, oaHmilß __ _____ S. 11. (ASWKI.I.. I. K. KM.IS. CASWELL & ELLIS, TMPORTKRH And Itculerw in leu. ml Mci elnioilise, so ANl> U MAIN STHKKT, oe2-tf I.os Anoki.i-s. I. B. FERGUSON'S jnOMMIrtHION HOUSE Is the i:»elnsi ye Commission House to go to lor Kverj thtiiir Y<m Hnul. ooS*lin JOHN OSBORNE, 1»IONEElt PACKAGE EXPRESS ANIM'ITV PACKAUK ld:i.l\'Kll\. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered i from...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO HAIL.B OAIX ON ANI) AFTER AI'RII. 1, ISTJt, trallM will run as li dhi ws, leaving WILMINGTON-7:49 A. M. and I P.M. Uis anoKI.F.s -10 A. Mi and 4 P. M. Except on days of steamers' arrival ami departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers lor San Francisco ami San Diego will leave I.os Angeles hy the 111 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. mUf First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No Charge lor Storage to Merchants lv the I'niiiilry. JnllN lIILMRR, Aleut at I.on Angeles, oe-.'ti R. R. HKWITT,Sapt, ACENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. l>ElN'(i APPOINTED AOBNT OF 1* the a hove Mail steamship companies Ibr the Southern Coast, I am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAOK Th'KF.TS hy any of those lines of steamers. To and from Europe. to New York and Man Francisco at (lie lowest rates. Also five MONEY POHTAL OHHRRR to all parts of Germany. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

LOS ANCELEB Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL BE r rh*> Name Wizo - As THE ALTA CALIFORNIA. And i ontnln ouly Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PHICE: $4 PER ANNUM ! ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE, DON ANWKI.KH. UNDER THK CAKE OF THE KATHBM Of sT. VINCENT ok PAUL. HEHRRRS CONFERRED, anil the most complete l-Min vi ion given. .\o moii' hcaiitiliillv situated spot iv the whole or Southern Ciillioruiii. Apply hy letter, or personally, to REV. J. McGILL,C. M. oe'.'-linls President. WANTED. f?AT| MEN WITH TEAMS, TO *J™ "A/ hrlng their wives nnd ehlldren to Buy Goods at the Dollar Store, Present prices being 8.1 lo ion per Fent. leaa thau F.lsrwhere. «'» ltemcnibcr the place, No. IO'J .Main St., opposite the t'ourt House. oc>lm2p EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA OYSTERS— FRESH BY EVERY steamer, will Is'served up In every style, at the ornernf COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGF.I.KS STS., Hy '• JAHK" lIAPF.R, (formerly with H. lss kweller) ami CHAH. WALH...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 15 October 1873

REAL ESTATE. 8. H. SLAUCHT, ' REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY I BUYS ANI) SELLS REAL Estate in ull sections ofthe Cnion. Has large tracts tor sale iv Southern California. ' ....*, i Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, * Country HomrH, Stoch RaiigM, Hhee{> ltuuyi », Vineyard. Orcbsrds, ('ity Hornet, oi nil kinds and nt all prices. I Spprlal attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES. SHEEP ANH OTHER STOCK. A PERPETUAL FAIR, where the best products of the country will bo Ireely put on exhibition, to which all persoivi ure not only Invited, but urged to contribute, it will uot only tend to entertain our visitor-, but will enable them to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them to unite Uieir capital and energies with ours, to develop thu vast resources of our country, add to the charms ofthe most Is'tuitiful climate in the world. Bring Along Your Best Results oi honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and see if we canno...

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