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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
FORWARDING &amp; COMMISSION. J. L. WARD &amp; CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND Manufacturers Agents. AGENTS FOR LOMfiUN Ai$U.iAKC£ COAPOkaTIuK; UN OH iMiUtANCE COIPANY D» SaN FriANCISCd. COIMEhCIaL MARINIi tM&amp;URAMCC COMPANY, ,i'omMncd usset.s exceed fell,(11)0,Ouli ixKUWi Flfi EXTIMSUISNtfI; BAtCEK i H&gt;M:LTON'S ASNCUI (UiUL «AiHiKm, frtt tatß.urtu VAIN iAfiW: SWAN MEWEIY CO.'S ALE AMI M.iTEH. oesMmlp HELLMAN. HAAS &amp; CO. FORWAR I)1N(&gt; AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVK Kirn SAI.R THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacoo Of tin l ehoicent Imported Brand*. Paints, Oils. Doors. Sashes. BUNDS, KABMINd IMPI.KMKNTs. iluu i (• !.•&gt;- Angeles and fnmnnilnl Mm., n&lt;-:i| LOW AXOK.I.KN. Ilm-.p I. B. FERGUSON'S COMMISSION HOUSE I* (tie KtclllNl.c 4«tlimti»Hl«»li llu.lh.' Ot K« lo lor Kterjthing I'iiu Waul. oc.-ini SIMON LEVY, ( KIMM ISSION MEROHA XT. \.&gt; Oencrnl dealer In all kind* ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
MISCELLANEOUS. REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Cash Capital. . $1,000.000 Branches in all States of the Union, HAVING NOW COMPLETED the organization of our Pacific Branch Wo inke pleusurc In announcing that our Pa* einc Coast Stockholders have elected the lollowinu well-known citizens as ortlccrs of our PACIFIC BRANCH: President: OLIVER ELDRIDGE. Vice Presidents: TIB»"•. L HUL, WM. U. M'HFATON A. 1.. OPRNLY Secretary pro tent JAS. T. BOYD. ............ Attorney THOS. BROWN .......... Treasurer CH VS. BCItIIKLL Medlcul ITSOOkflter Xi ff ulivt ('••nxhutte?: OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE, J AS. T. BOYD. OKO. W. BEAVER, ( HAS. BCRRELL. THOS. BELL, f. R. PERRIN. OLIVER I'.I.DBKIaIK.LKLAND STANFORD IIKO. \V. BK WKR, TWOS. BROWN. N. O. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN K. MILLER, THOS. ft. SELBY, .1 AS. T. BOYD, R. K. MORROW. C. I. BRENH A M, S. F.BI TTERM oRTH M. IX SWEENY', OKO. H. WHKATON, I. FRIEDLANDKIt. WM. BTRLINO, A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL, lOS. A. DONiitloK, WM. R. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND SPANISH will be given to In the aitcrnoons or rveulnijs, hy MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To n class of five or loan, per lesson |2 Oil To a class 01 any number over live, per lesson at vi For further particulars, inquire ut the offlee ol tho Loa A NGRLKri lIXMAI.K, oi ' Lindlf) * Thompson, or at the Pico Hons,. TESTIMONIALS: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1 IrfAUTMENT Oi IJLNUV VOKS. OAKI.INT). Jltly 11, 1872. J Herewith I certify that Mhs Josephine Llndley has been v student In my department ot the Cnlvershy for Aye consecutive terms, vlt: from September, IK7ii, to April Ad, HCi. IMrrUnt this time she studied the French, tiie Spanish und the German languages obtaining always the highest murks Bir proili iein y and attend anee, her average credit murk for five teuus being 07 per rent. On entering the University, Miss Llndlev possessed already slieh knowledge of the French and SpanUh idioms us to he able to speak them with ease, f...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
It wot'r.r&gt; almost seem as If the fates were conspiring to try the patience and ability of the Hekai.d, by depriving us of our telegrams. Two and three columns of dispatches will alter the appearance of the Hekai.ii wonderfully; and no oeverer trial was ever vouchsafed to a new journal than the subjecting it to severe criticism on its two first issues, without an item of news from the wires.
The Financial Panic. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
The Financial Panic. Present indications are that the financial storm has done its fury. The shore is strewn with remnants of shattered financial barks. All storms drive away the noxious vapors and purify the air. The probability is that the law holds good in regard to financial disturbances, and that soon the troubled waters will be stilled, and the financial air clear; that order will rule out of chaos, and the business of the country be placed on a firm basis. The stock bubble has bursted as a thousand bubbles of similar general nature have done before. Any attempt to obtain money, to render paper firm, when there is no value received back of it must of necessity be a failure. Laws, failure, the Mississippi scheme, the paper expansion preceding tlie French Revolution—all are instances. The government of the time, and the laws bolstered them up as best they could, their machinators concealed the absence of a value received back of their paper; but all was useless the bubble burst ...
Chinese Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
Chinese Immigration. The invasion of California by lhe Chinese cannot be lightly regarded or thrown aside as a trifling mat ter. Chinese build railroads, manufacture cigars, boots and shoes, have a monopoly of laundries, and underbid even negroes in all domestic avocations. As a race they are of a morally low order; impurity and Immorality they do not regard as sins, whilst habits of fllthlness and a disregard of ventilation aa a sanitary law, are their characteristics. Tho money they make here is invariably remitted to China; even their remains are consigned to their native country, so that not even their bones may remain in our midst. Where they congregate in considerable numbers vice is rampart, and iniquity of the worst kind prevails. To quote single instances of honest and faithful Chinamen is merely to amass records of freaks of nature, or to enumerate cases of the trustworthy grateful wolves which once nursed Romulus and Remus. Their conversion to Christianity, is a farce, th...
The Election of District Attorney. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
The Election of District Attorney. Just after an exciting general election, and just before the Judicial election, the questioi 'naturally eonacs up, why the ballots for the office of District Attorney are taken at tlie general election, and so separated from the other officers of the Law. I'nder the system now in vogue, the District Attorney is one of several candidates on a general political ticket. Everybody admits it to be political, and the tight is not upon men, but upon issues. The candidate is sunk in the issues he represents. The man is the little thing, the platform on which he stands, is tho great thing. As one of the candidate*, he is a part- ner in the wire-pulling, and often bribery by which it is too common to secure tlie success of a political ticket. Thua, if personally interested, and personally implicated, he, If elected, may make no attempt to punish the crime, by •which his own election, or that of his party friends was accomplished. Tlie bribed voter thus escap...
What is Reform? [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
What is Reform? Honest reform may be defined as a desire for purity and a loathing 6f corruption. The definition holds equally good whether applied politically or socially. Kither as regards a fallen man or woman, or a corrupt party in politics, reform signifies rejection of wrong and adoption of right. Reform knows no servility aud bends to no party. It is independent. In the HgjM way that the late speeches of Governor Booth may lose him tlie Republican vote and fail to obtain for him the sympathy of the Democrats, ho reform stands alone. It com mat ids respect, if it wins no admirers. It insists on its own goodness, though i t perish at its birth. The problem to be solved by the Independent journalist of to-day is, whether he can live aloof from tlie slough of corruption, which has hitherto supported so many pse iwfoorgans of public opinion. Prudence and discrimination are the essentials of a journal tbat would keep its fame unsullied; vigor, energy and capability must be its char...
Railroads and Panics. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
Railroads and Panics. Very short and terse, but well worthy of study, is the following little broehvre from the pen of a great financial writer in the east. No comparison of railroads and real estate jobbery could be shorter or more to the |&gt;oint: H It is easy to sit here in New York, beside piles of money earned and owned by somebody else, **r uchr bales of merchandise, the creation of the labor of others—it is easy to sit as some of our didactic bankers do, nnd tell of inflation caused by building railroads. The transportation system of the country has made New York city what it is—lias converted the upper port ion of this island from sheep-pastures into building lots priced at near $200,000 per acre, average. This is positive inflation. The values moved hither hy railroads enable our rich men to enjoy their purple and tine linen, and it is not evidence of good sense that they should decry that which puts costly mansions over their heads axd makes possible the luxury of...
Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
Pacific Coast News. President Oilman will go oast shortly. Hon. Mark Ablrick, of Tuscan is dead. The Co«*a Rica is still in the dry docks. Occident has gone to the San Jose fair. McClure's Military at Oakland was burned last Saturday. Daniel Drew does not like the financial condition. Who does ? Clarence King is "doing" Mount Whitney for the third time. Sic transit Captain Jack and his. I His transit was sick Devil.) Rev. Mr. Bently is retained by the conference at Santa Barbara, for another year. Sixty thousand jK-rsoris visited the Michigan State Fair, on the 17th of September. This year, it lias concluded to rain in San Diego, whereat the San Diegans are exceeding glad. The Independent movement is quite successful iv San Diego, and promises to carry the county and district. it is reported that (Joodall, Nelson«Si Perkins propose to buy out the Santa Barbara interest of the Pacific Mail. N. (Jreen Curtis, of Sacramento, is said to be an aspirant for the I. S. Senatorship now held ...
THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
THIS AND THAT. Frosts in the east nave damaged the corn crop. Hon. Wilder T). Foslin, member of Congress from the Grand Rapids District, died not long since. The Farmers of Illinois are on the war-path, and are making things lively. Thirty-two counties huve nominated Orange tickets, and calls are out for 2o Conventions. Dan Rice, the circus clown, is talked of as a possible candidate fer Governor in Pennsylvania. He would probably have the'support of "the ting.'' Mr. Fansworth, of Illinois, distributed his back pay among the counties which he represented, it is a little difficult to understand what business they have with V. S. money. Wilkie Collins, who married one of the la c Charles Dickens' daughters, is in New York giving readings. He will probably visit California iv March. The Lotus Club honored him with a formal reception. The Duke of Norfolk, Lord Walter Kerr, Admiral Jerniiigham Monsignor Capel, I/wl ArimdeTl of Wardenr, Lord ('owner, I»nl Beaumont and a number of other di...
EXCHANGE SAUCE PAN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
EXCHANGE SAUCE PAN. The Weekly Arizona Miner welcomes the Herald prospectus, calls the time of year a scaly epoch goes a marriage, raises it one birth better and three deaths takes the money; is sorry for P. W. Smith getting wounded, ' wants the Plaza and cemetery fenced, and alludes feelingly to ah offering of bear meat. The 23d Infantry Rami evidently performs here and a man named Norman Kidridge "pled" a fancy glass in the door of Nifty Saloon. The San Dier/o World of the Ist inst., has a prodigal wealth of young girlhood in its schools. A masked bitrglai|svho makes ladles swea 1 , a pre - fessional water taster in the person of a sheriff and two excavated bodies. The City Fathers have been down tlie well. Charles A. Wet more was disinherited and blown up at a mass meeting, and the community is.stricken with railroad epizootic. The Mendocino Jhmoerat quotes quails at a dollar and a quarter a dozen. The thennoi ue ter at a hundred, announces a local concert with a grand overture i...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. |s|*vial to tlio Los AuiP'lrK Heiahl.l SAN DIEGO. Elect ion ol Hit nk Officer* Treasure lost Hit.l Fomitl. San Diego, October 51. At tlie annual meeting of tbe Directors of the Bank of San Diego, tbe former officers were elected. Wells, Fargo &amp; Co. shipped Slo,ootl of bullion on the stage from Julian to this city, yestenlay, which was lost out of the hind boot, F. fl. Davis, of the San Diego Mission, found the box aud brought it to the agent here, with the contents intact
WILMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
WILMINGTON. I'aiiifiiKfn Null.-.1. Wilmington, October 2. Tbe following pdtMßfffini sailed per Orizaba yesterday lor San Francisco: Miss Annie fancy, A. S. Livingston, Mrs. C. Rrosnier, A. Wilcox, Mrs. Ca*well, C s. Btrowbrldge, W. W. Kirn* ('apt. Sears, Joint A. RulHh, L. J. Colby, J. Heekley, G. K. Hyde.E Hunsc, P. Landers, F. R. Lafoucherie, Mr. ( Irani and wife, M. li. Grimshaw, Mis« Nora Griffin, W. Parks, &lt;\ E. Brocktncr. For Santa Barbara—N. P. Austin and wife, fl. F. Trannitb.
Viniculture in California. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
Viniculture in California. The viniculture of California is so onerously taxed by the Federal Government, by the State, and by counties and cities, for railroads and steamers, that it is apprehended that the cultivation will be abandoned on the Pacific Slope. If a vlneyardist takes up a piece nf waste ground anywhere, ami plants a vineyard, the tax assessor soon finds that it is worth hundreds of dollars per acre because it is a vineyard. What makes it a vineyard? Why, the fact that vines are planted thereon. But the same officer assesses the vines as improvements, which make it a vineyard. As soon aa the grapes are pressed, be assesses the juice, as wine, ut so much per gallon, and the worn-out pipe that Holds It at ten cents per gallon in addition. This is twice as much as the old pipe could be sold for. Tlie rule applies equally to the State and county, and to the city when the vineyard has the misfortune to lie situated within incorporated limits. The vi neyardist who sella his ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
WANTS. [WatilN published nt the rate uf iP-$ oenta per Hue for raeh Insertion, or 10 rent* per Unit lor throe Insertions. No n&lt;lvcrtlnemcnt under this head taken ftir less than ttesmb] WANTED— BEVEBAL DAY BOARDERS can find good accobimodstlontj nt MKH. UACKMAN'M, Spring Htr*&lt;d. 2SKdsfi oeSlf \\rANTED--DWELLING-HOUBE T T suited to a small fnmlly, and not mors tlmu oie mile from the court-house. Address H. ('., rfkkald ottlce, stating price and locuwtt, agjjj WANTED -TWO OR THREE DAY R"AUI&gt;ER.s can be aiwonunodajed with flr*t-chws hoard at COL. PEEL'S). For First-Class Printing, —AT--Lowest Rates. GrO to tl»«- •« HFWALft."
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 3 October 1873
_ _ N J**_ TO-DAY. CARPETS —OF THK — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings of vurtttl uud rkotefiM tun*. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE ON MtHay, October 6th, 1873, TO THE I* Tt B iM INEN Lately octupled by Hi H Waioirr * Co. TliU io.i;iilQ.'.ui .tola lot- |MM entirely T* KSPft &gt;A J± r V Xl) A FCTLL LINE OT TflE RICHEST FURNITURE CUVERINGI UPHOLSTERING IV ALL IT-! BRANCHKH. China Mattings, Coil Mattings, (New Htyleft.) Rugs and Mats. COADELINE VALENCES ANDLAMBERTINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. OCiIIUU ..._J-