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Some Minor Points of History. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

Some Minor Points of History. [Pratn the Now York World.] " Jf General Hamilton's figures l»e correct, then Washington was never 'in debt' in any sense of the word. Corbett and the World seem to think differently.- [Baltimore Gazette. The Accomplished writer in the Oa- :> rtV, who at one period of hi* life carefully investigated at least the military part of Washington's career, and published the result in volumes which form an interesting pari of our historical literature, ought not to have fallen into so many mistakes as he has given us occasion to rectify. He seems to hmVO forgotten more American history than most of his countrymen ever knew. He says if Hamilton's figures be correct, Washington was never an instant in debt to tlie treasury iv any sense of the treasury in any sense of the word. Tlie following extracts from Hamilton's figures will enable readers to Judge* 1790 Due Hie fnlte.l Slates, ;<ktl June *1,7.>4 Due the United Slates, .'tilth...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

I* It OS 1 ■ ECTTJSI —op THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. Tie- |ng of I ictobcr, Tiik AseKI.M llkkai.ii, a dally and weekly newspaper, will make Ils appearance. Tho Dally will be a neat and tastily printed sevcn-colniiin newspaper, newsy rather than literary In character. The Weekly will se a slx-enlntnn, eightpage paper, and will contain the most Important matter that has previously appeared ln Thk Daily llkaai.Di It Is proposed that the lISSAt.D shall be an un bought advocate of every Interest pertainIngtn Southern ('allfornia and Arizona, and a lentous worker in all things that shall tend to benelit tlie State, ln a word it will be in close communion with the People. In its columns, from time to time w ill be found matters of interistto the Caliloriiia Earmcr, Mechanic, Merchant, Laborer, and all classes of Producers; and It will also coiilain rending Blatter suited to the Home Circle. The llkkai.ii will be an Independent Democratic Journal and Its eitbrts directed to sweeping front power...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, |>lIYSH'IAN AND SUKGF.ON. OFFICE No. n Downey's Block, ap at air*. oc2-t i DR. A. 8. SHORB, j j OMIEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Cost Office, resident -y. No. ID Franklin street, ociMf DR. H. S. ORME, piiYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE In I .an franco's Rnllotng, No. ti Main street. otlice Hours from lv A. M. to I P, M., and from •> tn :t 1". M. oc2-tf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, piiYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OEEICE AND RESIDENCE In Hclnseh's Itloek, t 'oininercial ami Lna Angeled streets. OH 'Special attention paid tn diseases of the EVE AND EAR. oc'Mf DR. J. W. OLIVER, J | ONMEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Sprlnir street, opposite the .Mayor's ottlee. or?-1 pi f D. W. C. FRANKLIN, M EC H A NIC AU, OPERATIVE AND SCROEoN DENTIST. OEEICE .! i sprlnif street xt to Eire Engine House. oCi-tf 11. X. S O'MKI.VKNV. 11. T. lIAZAKn. O'MELVENY & HAZARD, VTTOBNEYH AT LAW, OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

FORWARDING ft COMMISSION. J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS — AND— Manufacturers Agents. AOFNTS KOK LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL 1 MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY, (Combined assets exceed 1j1141.000.000i BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHED; BAKER & HAM LION'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY; THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND FOHTER. octMmlp HELLMAN. HAAS & CO. F"01t WA JRTOI TVCi AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, irAVE FOR SALE THE PVKEST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Hrunds. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes. BLIND*, FARMING IMPLEMENT J. ■ land 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sis., oc i| Los ANGELES. [lm-lp SIMON LEVY, / 10MMISSI0N MERCHANT. V > General dealer in all kinds of eot'NTRV I'RoDl'f TIONfc Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advance* on Consignment* to ail parts ofthe I'nited stall's. Nos. '.'4 and St Aliso s'., LOS ANGELES. nWMytp .I 1 B...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. H*3l* I' 111 «i < ■ LIFE INSURANCE CO. 4>F 4 Hl4'AltO. 11.1,1 VOIS. Cash Capital, . 51,000,000 Itrllili l»»'H in nil I In- NOlli'snl Ilie I'lllOll. HAVING NOW COMPLETED . tin 1 organization of our jjr*ftolllc» Tti*nn<*li, \w tnki' ple**ur* in announcing that our Pacific Coast stockholders have eJMtnd the following well-known rltisen* ns officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: Prrmtenl: OLIVER ELDHIDGF. Vice- PrnUient*; THoS. A. BALL, WM. H. WHKATON A. L. OI'BNKY Secretary orn tern JAS. T. BOYD Attorney THOS. HHOWN Treasurer ( HAS. KI'KKKLI Medical Examiner KtfGtlh* Committer: OLIVER ELDIUDGE, JOS. A. DONOItOE, JAS. T. Bo YD. GEO. W. BRAVER, CH AS. RIRHELL, THOS. BELL, E. B. PEHKIN. Jhreetors: OLIVER ELDREDWE.I.ELAND STANFORD IJEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. HHOWN, N. G. KITTLE; G. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN E. MILI.EK, THOS. H. SELHY, J,VS. T. HOYD, H. E. MORROW, ('. L BRENHAM, s. E. BETTER WORTH M. D. SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON, I. EHIEDLANDEIt, WM. BTRLING. A. B...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

E DUCAT lONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH TNSTRFCTION IN FRENCH AND 1 SPANISH will be given to da* set tv ihe afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY TERMS: To a class of five or less, per lesson V- 01 To n class of any number over five, per lesson no For further particular-, inquire nt the otlice of the Loa Anoklxs HKRAI.D, of Lindley aThorn peon, or sl the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS: I'MVKUSITY OK CAI.IFOIt.NIA, ) DIOPAKTMF.NT OF LaWAUAGKS. Oakt.anii, July il. 1*72. J Herewith 1 certify thai Miss Josephine Lindley ha* been a student In my department of I the rniversity for five consecutive terms, viz: from September, IS7O, to April lid, 1*72, During thlstliiie she studied the French, the Spanish and tbe German languages, obtaining always the highest murks for proficiency and attend* anee, her average credit mark for five term* being !17 per cent. On entering the I'lilverslty, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French rind Spanish idioms as to i„. able to -peak th...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10,1 1, 12, 13, 14and 10. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME I FIVEDAYS' HAC IJNG —AND— Stock Parades and Exhibitions. And one whole day devoted to LADY KQI'KKTIiIANIhM, AND OTHER SIGHTS. FIRST HAY. First Race—Trotting—For horses that are owned In the district at this date, tlint have never beaten three minute*. Mile heats; be>t three in Aye to harness—purse ».«) to the first horse, and $100 to the second; Sve or more to enter. Second Race—Running race of a mile dash, for all two-year olds owned and rained ln this district. Purse of #300; $200 to first and 1100 to second; live or more to enter. Third Race—Running—Free for all California or half-breed horses; mllp dash- catch weights. Puree 11150; $100 tolhe rirst and $50 to the second; five of more to enter. SECOND DAY. First Race-Gentlemen's Saddle Race- ♦single dash of one mile; to carry not less t...

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The Judicial Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

The Judicial Election. The returns received show that McKinstry has been elected Supreme Judge by a heavy majority. In «ome respects this result was unexpected. The |*?riod in the cam >nign in which the nomination took place was very late; the canvass was not actively carried on, except in the more thickly settled country, and in the more remote districts no organization had taken place. Notwithstanding this, the McKinstry vote nearly equals thai of the other two candidates. This can be taken in no other sense thau a strong endorsement of the Independent movement, and of Gov. Rooth, its head and front. Two elections, following so rapidly, the one after the other, ami won, show, at least, that the new party has become v power; that it has organization, and strength, and all other qualities necessary to perpetuate its existence. This election will-render secure tlie election of Gov. Rooth to the I'nited States Senate. Not that it adds directly one supporter to his party; bu...

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Prize-Fighting. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

Prize-Fighting. This morning's dispatches chronicle another of those disgraceful challenges which are a blot on the civilization of the nineteenth century. Pugilistic encounters have been for many years recognized as the acme of manly sport, aud the brutes who, with bull-dog courage, make a living out of bearing punishment, have long been lauded to the skies as heroes. Only a few weeks ago the lines brought news of one man being dfsfigured beyond recognition, and yet being forced by his backers to stand up and receive more punishment from the fists of his fellow -brute. Today the telegraph announces that Joe Coburn will fight Tom Allen for a large sum of money. Fdithusiasts maytalk of the high state of training to which the men are brought; may extol their shining flesh and their bursting muscles; but no thoughtful man can ever approve of this perfection of physical manhood being attained solely to destroy and batter it for money. The lowest gamblers and thieves attend the exhibitio...

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Election Specials. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

Election Specials. Tho Herald went to press shortly before ti o'clock on tlie morning after the election. No one but those who have had to do it can know how wearying, and almost endless is tlie labor of collating election returns. Through the special State disputches which were received by i he Herald alone, tiie pnblic was placed in receipt of the siost accurate information in regard to the result. By means of those dispatches the Exprttt was enabled to issues "Special," work on which was commenced immediately after a copy of the Herald could be obtained. With the exception of a few unimportant county precincts the material for the Express special | V i was obtained entirely at the expense and labor of the Loa Angeles Daii.v Herald. LiqroßicK Plant.—This plant, it is said, attains entire perfection in the soil and climate ot Southern California. D. B. Clarke, of Monteeito, Santa Barbara county, is growing it in his tree nursery, and writes of it as follows: "The root is front a qu...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

Late Telegrams. r:\<M Nivt:i.v ro thk iii.iiai.ii. The Bottom of the Panic Belioved to have been Reached. Activity in the Grain Market. Prospects of a Heavy Demand fcr Wheat in Europe. Assault upon as Editor in Wheeling. The Republicans Probably Defeated in lowa. The Democrats have a Majority in the Ohio Legislature. Pittrosssi of" l liaartmmlrj »»• Council. Rowing against Time in England. NEW YORK. New York, Oot. Id. — Interviews this morning witli some ofthe shrewdest capitalists here, who keep outside of nil speculative ventures, develop their conviction that bottom has been substantially reached in the stock market. While more or less violent fluctuations are probable, they say the downward turns Mill henceforth be ibort and confined to large amounts of stock, and upward turns small and for large amounts. Regular money-lend-ers evidently hold theirown views, and conic into Ihe street for tlie first time since the panic to buy stock for personal investment. Several of ...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. rxn.i sivt:i.i to the nr.it ii.ii. SAN FRANCISCO. Horrible Murder by n mmi In delirium tremens Races nt Oakland ratal collision between a baronelie ami n ear One man anil two homes tolled iMii-ct'M Balloon Scientific Ascension A supposed t'oriise In a deathly trance Probable latal ending. San Francisco, Oct. 10. About one P. It. a horrible murder was perpetrated at the corner of Drum and Clarke streets, by John Ryan, with an axe. He struck and nearly severed the head from the body of Ow - en Gillen, while his victim lay sleeping on a bench. The motive of the murderer is not known. He is a mulatto. Officers arrested all the parties found on the premises at the time. There was a large crowd at Oakland Park this afternoon to witness the runniog race, best 3 In 5 for a purse of $500, between Thornhill, Nell Flaherty and Osceola. Thornhill took the first heat—Time, 1:44}; Osceola, second; Nell Flaherty, third. Thornhill was tlio favorite in the pools, from the li...

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Arizona News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

Arizona News. From the Arizona Minn; oftbe llth inst., is taken tlie annexed news: Salt River Valley people are thinking seriously ol' organizing a farmer's grange, for the purpose of Influencing government contractors to hid for contract! at living rales. (it it Telegraph Link. AVeaet it staled that six parties are now at work putting up wires, poles, etc., between San Diego, Cal., Prescotl and Tucson, Arizona. A Mr. Ladd, at work on the San Diego end, claims Unit some ton miles of the line were completed from Han DiegQ out, before a pole was raised iv Prescott, which, if so, is bad for Mr. Ladd, as it is said, somewhere in the Bible, we believe, that " the first shall ho last." Advices from Tucson inform US that the poles were in readiness. The first of November may see the line completed. If not, that Christ* mas Day will dawn upon tlie event. Should business justify us, we will, whenever possible, choke tlie Minn; wilh "tlie latest news by telegraph." Hon. Mark Aldrloh died iv T...

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

BORN. MEYER in Mils city, October tstii, ist.i, to tha wife ol ('onshuit Meyer, a son.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

WANTED. A PURCHASER FOR TWO VALUABLE LOTH OT LAND, MlxlS) feel •Men. xituiiicU iichf Ute eeutre of the oily whtoli <imt feii) lust June, but win be sold {~{■ on aeoount ofthe owner going to Arizona. I ui|Uiiv nl IhN oilier, or nililri—- i'\sif I. 11. box (ilh.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

FOR SALE TO LET. FOR SALE. I7L RANCHO DX LOS FELIZ, -4 Ttif property nf LtiON BALDWIN, containing about 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of (grazing land, anil 1200 acres of hill land, V., MiI,KM FROM THK CITY. There lire two huge ami well furnished houses, lifted up wiiu nil modern Improvement*, on Hie lunch; one of which Stand* In I lie center of n large and bomttifhl garden, approached by a private.ro.id. The river How* nt the ioc>; oi the meadow* adjacent to the houacJind ita me of every kliid 111 abundant all over the ranch. The Dairy is bmlt of brick, and ha* accommodation* for .he milk of i.">u cows,ami Hie corrals, Rtnhlcs, out-bulldlnga, etc., :iie nil in perfect order. There nre six miles of good postand plunk fencing on the property, ami the situation is one ot ihe lovelien] in Honthern i 'allforiiia. TKlt.Ms One-third cash, one-thlrtl in nix month)', end the balance at one, two or three years, bearing Interest at one per cent, per month, al i...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSECOLUMN CARPETS —Of TH >' - ■ Richest and Newest Patterns! ■ OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE • ■ Paper Hangings ■ii vailed mi l choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE - ON - Monday. October 6th. 1873, to TffK I * l\ X M I N is w LiU'iyoccupied to ]. ii. Wmoili A Co. This m.igninv.' m .tore ana been entirely n ■<::><> v^ r rioi> A KI'I.I. LINK OK THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN ALL rW •RANOUIM, China Mattings. Coit Mattings, • i [Iriiii ii' tmi I'tWt iVfiH Rugs and Mats. (New Htyl.w.i COADELINE VALENCES —A Nil- , LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH. CARPET WAREHOUSE. oeft-tmii

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L. G. Gottschalk. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 17 October 1873

L. G. Gottschalk. It is a fact that with the death of "Seven Octaves," a fearful void waa created in tho musical world, (iottachalk the pianist never had an equal, in his particular style, any more than Chopin, thegreatdreamer. ( Jottschalk was as active as Chopin was unoiiergctic, and yet both, in their day, have written iniisic t hat will live forever. ("hopiu's nocturnes, waltz and mazurkas, will never cease to he held up to the study of pianists, any leas than "The hast' Hope," "The Banjo," or the "Dying I'oct" of the immortal "Seven Octaves." Learned critics say that (lottsehalk's brother, aa a vocalist, still upholds the credit of the name. L. G. Gottaehatk, who sings to-night for the llr.it time before a Los Angeles audience, is accredited as a baritone of great volume, sweetness and cultivation. He may rest assured that his reception will he all the more hearty on account of the reverence in which his brother is held. Two and a half miles more will complete railroad , commun...

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