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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

M EJFICH ANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAILORMAIN ST..NEAR WELLS.FAROOA CO Makes the most fashionable style 01' C 3 Tv Or r HI>G to he obtained in tlio southern country. Also n lingo slock ofthe Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy t'ossimeree. Velvet and Silk Vest Ings, etc. Alii guaranteed. Refers to the principal gentlemen oftheclly for whom he has made clothing. No necessity lo send to San Frsnetsco for gmsl rttUmr suits. oe'.'tf-lp ADAM & NELSON, Merchant Tailors, HAVING ESTABLISHED THEMselves at the old stand of 1,. Peter, opposite the Post-OAire, SPRING STREKT, are prepared to fill Aid. ORDERS in the Latest tt Most Fashionable Style*. A fine nssYirtment of Cassimeres, Vestings, And everything In the line always on hand. »#AOOOD FIT GPARA N TEED IN ALL f .I AHK! i_ *Rvc nsaCall. oc'.'-lmlp I. HAUCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. il COMMERCIAL STREET. . All the LATEfff STYLES i Sited hy every steamer, and made up in the latent styles and most suitu...

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The Weekly Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

The Weekly Herald. The first number of the WEEKIA Los Angelas HKBAXD will be published on Saturday morning, October ::. r )th. It will contain a full resume of the news of the week, local news, inari cts, and select reading for the family circle, lv fact it will b- the largest anil most complete newspaper ever published in this section of the State, and give more reading matter than all the newspaper*published in Lot Anpete* county combined. Price, S4 per nullum in advance. Send in your orders. _

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The Election Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

The Election Abroad. "The mills of the gods grind slowly, lut they grind exceeding sure." Now, furlong years the party in power hns been misgoverning the nation. Starting out with probably earnest and honest purposes, as almost all new parties do, the Republican party did its work well. It guarded the interests oftbe people, and used moderate economy. While not accepting all the principles upon which the party was !>a-ed, every candid man must grant that at first its general purposes were honest. Success and long-continued power brought pride aud arrogance, and they, in turn, all kinds of dishonesty and corruption. Instead of the Lincolns, Clia>cs, Sumners SowarJs, and others, who, whatever were their faults, were honest, there cnuie in a nest of vipers, the Mortons, Chandlers, Camerons, Butlers, and a thousond others of their ilk.wilh whom honesty was a reproach, and a good name a thing to be abhorred. Long the Republican, attached to his old tics and his old ...

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Where the Injury Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

Where the Injury Falls. The greatest harm done by the Independent movement is to the Republican parly. Indeed it is again-i the party in power that the entire movement is directed.—[Express. Of course. Th.? Independent movement beat the republican party. What greater injury could befall it? The Democratic party, of course, is not seriously affected if it accepts live issues and works with a progressive yarty, as it will. <

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

Late Telegrams. t:\4 M NIYF.I.Y T«» THK ll!.it tI it Search for the Crew of the Polaris. The Steamer Tigress Returns. ti H I Woman's Rights Convention-Woman's Dress Denounced as Unnatural as well as Immodest Northern Pacific Railroad. Revolutions In our Sister Republic—Anarchy in Coahuila and Sonora. Fire in Rhode Island. NEW YOKK. New York, Oot. 17.—The World 1 * St. Johns, N. F. special announce* the arrival there of the steamer Tigress from her search for the Polaris survivors. On the 4th of October, tho Tigress left Ivingut, all on board being in good spirits, and hopeful of finding the objects of their search. On the sth a moderate gale sprung up, but did no serious* damage; on the 6th, however, a perfect hurricane arose, which drove them out of their course for a time, and threatened to do great injury to the ship. Toward ! night the storm subsided) and with some very trifling exceptions the Tigress has escaped unhurt. On the 7th, the crew, having already hecome impatient at t...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. F.XCI.I NIVF.M TO Tilt: lUiH U.II. SAN FRANCISCO. Arrival or iuiiinna Cup*. MsUUp* Arrested Nioeka, els. A delegation of five Pima and Marieopa Indians arrived this evening from Arizona. They are on their way to Washington. They have taken rooms at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. They attract much attention. They will remain here two or three days. Capt. Phillips, of the ship Top-Gal-lant, has been arrested for withholding proper food from the seamen on that vessel. She is the one which came into port with several men on board sick with scurvy.^ W. H. Karnes delivered the Annual Oration of the Grand Lodge of Masons to-day. Mocks. Follmvina nre the trnOWOtlOn* hi (lie Morning Board! Hale* Xorciws 2V.. Doney i Chollar »H Exchequer 8 Savage w : I i Jaledonia W. B. * B Ji'-l Succor 2., Gould A Curry i 2 Julia }H Ophlr •">» A.* U Ii Crown Point 100 Globe h Yellow Jacket iiv. Baltimore i% j Imperiul ' 'antral 18 Empire 4 KalhkerbocJter ;i' 4 I Kentuek I 2'&...

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When-Then. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

When-Then. When the Great Eastern shall sail up San Diego river laden with clams, from Los Angeles bay; when W. Jeff Gatewood shall be Secretary of State, and sign his classical name to the declaration of war with the Fejee Islanders;when the great, huge old mountains which form the back country of the city of the future shall bow their heads and fall into the sea; when right shall become wrong; and uphill shall be made down; when water shall change the direction of its flow, and be seen going toward the sky; then will San Diego arise in its might, and become a competition of San Francisco and Los Angeles; then will it offer sufficient inducement to draw away traffic and commerce, immigration and capital from our city. Thi: Express is of the opinion that profusion is not a mark of excellence, yet at the same time it copies the Herald's special dispatches, to the exteud of half a column or more each day, and leads the public to infer that tbey are not stolen! It admires profusion of ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

J. R. M.COXNELI,. A.J. KINO. McCONNELL & KING, A TTORNKYB AT LAW. Downey's block, Main Ht., Los Angelts. oemtf A. BRUNSON, AT LAW. Office—Room* 2h una tt, Temple* new building, I.os Angeh s. oelKtf Los Angeles City Water Co I OCATION OF WORKS, CITY XJ iinil Comity of [an Angeles, Minti- ot t'allfornia. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Mtoeknoldera < f the I.os Augeles t'ity Water Company will be held at tlie office nf tha Company, al ami oil Main street, In the city of I.os Angelea, oil MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1878, at 12 o'clock M„ for the election of officers for the ensuing y ear, ami for the trunsaetlon of such other business as niuy lie brought before thejneettng. oclBtd ECOKNE MKYF.R, Sec y. Delmonico Restaurant, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL, Los Angeles, California. OPEN ut ALL HOURS. grP'The choicest delicacies of the Rest Markets always on the Hill of Fare. Klegant DINNERS \\-|, LUNCHES at a moment's notice. lAS. VII' NROE A CO.,...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

FOR SALE TO LET. FOR SALE. EM. ItANCHO OF. LOS FKLIZ, Ii The property of I.KON BALDWIN, eon I tilling about 450 acres of Irrigable land, 2500 acres of grazing land, nnd I 200 acres of hill land, t l .. MILES FROM THK tin . There are Iwo lane and well furnished houses, fitted up with nil modern improvements,on tha ranch; one of which stands In the oenleroi a large and botnt'lftil garton. approached b) a private road. The rives Bows at the Iho! of the ineiidoWs adjacent to the house .and gameofcverj kind is abundant all over the ranch, 'I'he Hairy It innlt of brick, and haa accommodations for .he milk of 150 cows,ami ihe eorrola, stables, out-huildiugs, etc., are all In perieel order, Then- are sis mllea of good pOMt and ptauk fencing on th,' property, and the situation Isoneof the lovelies! in southern t 'allfornia. TERMS One-third cash, nMe-thlftl in si\ month l *, nnd iltc ha la net- at i au-, iwo or three yearn, bearing interest at ooe per cent, per month, at Ihe option ofthe purc...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS —-of vhn • Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STY 1.l \ Paper Hangings »>i rafted a 11.1 choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE <lN - Monday, October 6th, 1871 TO THF • I»I t 1: M I NIS Ml i i ! Lately occupied by J, tt, Wmi;ii'f* Co, t Thi- laagnlfioenl store i,hs ti ii eutirelj itkivoa a/oTi:i> j a PPLL i.ink op thi: RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS t ■ ■ UPHOLSTERING IN all n> BR vNf'HEs. China Mattings, j Coir Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,i COADELINE VALENCES ami LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE.

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Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

Notices. Key. Julius H. Krueger, the German Pastor of the First Reformed Church of San Francisco, preached in this city hist Sunday in tbe County Courtroom, to a respectable German audience. He remained here during the week to arrange some matters about the building of the Deformed Church, already commenced in this city. The work on the church w '11 be resumed us soon as tbe new pastor arrives from the East. The Germans ot Los Angeles will undoubtedly- unite then and finish the building. Air. Krueger will preach at the same place next Sunday at 11 A. M. for the lust time, aud then n turn by|tlu steamer Mohongo to San Francisco. All are cordially invited lo attend. Rev. .1. T. Wills, late pastor of the Congregational church in this city, lias accepted a call for the pastorate of the Second Congregational church of Oakland, for tin? period of one year. Four leains were sent to San Ilernardino yesterday, witli goods consigned to M. K. and A. J. C; also, two to Independence und one (o C...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

AMUSEMENTS. TURN VEREIN HALL, FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA! MADAME ANNA BISHOP Hii> Ihe honor tv announce a series 61 Two Grand Concerts -OFVOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL M I 1 t5 . -on - Friday and Saturday, OCTOBER 17 AND 18, ASMMTKI) ll» •VI |{. AI.KKKI) WIL.KIK, Tho English Tenor: AI R, 1.. < r.OOTTIOH ALU. Tin- Eminent Baritone; Afii rHAIfK (;n.i)Bi; s l iv- Brilliant taiorlean Pianist, Admission 4»ne Hollar Reserved Heat* >o < cnls Kxlra Concert lo commence at H o'clock. i»«r Seats can be secured at Brad rick's Bonk Store. iw Entire change of programme each Concert. oelMw JOHN OSBORNE, I)IONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS I ANIHTTY PACKAGE DELIVERY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from UI Envelope lo the largest Case ever shipped, to all parts of the city and country. Baggage called for in time tor t lie trains. ■Eg Leave orders ou the slate at the office, in Wells, Fargo & t'o.'s oltlce, c...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO HAILHOAI). ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1|73, trains will run ns follows, leaving WILMINuTon 7:4:. A. If, and I I. M. KOS ANUELKK 1(1 A. M. nnd 1 I. M. Except on days or steamers' arrival nnd depnrture, wlien trnins will run to conned with stea nier. Passengers for Sau Francisco and San I Mean Will leave lx)s Angeles by the iti A. M. train, connecting nt Wilmington with tie Company's steamer. '»* Flrsl-class passenger ears will run regularly. No Charge lor Storage to Merchants In the Country. JOHN MII.NER, Agent at Loa Angeles. OC9tf E. E. HEWITT, Supt. AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF the above Mail Steamship Companies for the Southern Coast, I am prepared to furnish THROUGH PASSAOE TICKETS by any Of those lines of steiime rs, To and from Europe, to New York and San Kraneisco at lie lowest rates. Also give Ml INKY POSTAL I HIDE ItS to all parts of Herniauy. Sm ttsertaml. Austri...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

WANTS. | Wants published at the rite nf(P/« cents per line for each Insertion, or Ml cents per line lor three insertions. No advertisement under this head taken for les, than 2acents.] AVT ANTED—A WOMAN TO DO TT general housework. Apply at flrst bouse on Main, south of Fourth at. oc7lf WA N T ED — IN ALL NEIGHBORING TOWNS, a gissl bs-al ennv asser and eorreapandeat for the Hkkai.ii. \\r A NT E D SEVERAL DAY TT ROAHDEKN can Hud good nfinmmodatlonsat Mils. BACK MAN'S. Spring street, near First. oc&tr WAN T E D TW< > or THREE TT DAY HOAR lIE Its can be aeeommo-datcdVltbflrat-olaa* hoard al col. PEEL'S. lir ANTED -DWELLING-HOUSE T T suited to a small family, and not more than one mile from the court-house. Address H.C,Hkkai.iioffice.Stating price ami location. oc-'-if Our Own Manufacture! CI IK ON L\' CRACKER BAKERY in the Oity! A Large Stock of fresh Crackers always on Hand. Wotlcliiiuj' Cnkt^ on blind and made to order at short notice. Tastefully deco...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY I Bl• VS AND SELLs REAL Estate In all sections of Ihe i'i)lon. ft i large tracts tor sale In Sotitiiera t allininia. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Oountry Homes, ►Stock Rnners, Hhcpp It nn «» »•■-. Viiipynnl, i )rt liards, < 'if y Homes, of all kinds nnd at nil prices. Special attention paid lo the EXCHANGE OF CATILE. HORSES. SHEEP AND OTHER sTtK'K. A PERPETI AL FAIR. where tlie l»est products of thecotiiitry will be freely put on e.xliibitlon, to which all persons are not only invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable then to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them lo unite their capital and energies with ours, to develop tlie vast resources of our country, add to the charms of Ihe most beautiful climate In the world. Bring Along Your Best Results ol honest labor, and curious freaks of nam re, ami see il ...

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LO VELY PEGGY. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

LO VELY PEGGY. Tbe following mtN are of Interest us a youthful production of President .lefterson, and are printed In the HUtorirtU Record (row ■he oriKiuu! manuscript in ids handwriting In the uotaesclon of Mr. Dreer,of Phiiadciptiin. The Bost«.n .Wr//•«»»'• very truly says: "This poem should nerve aa v warning to young men never to put their maaiuerlpl poems out of their bunds:" LOVKIA near. tine. 1 more l il tutif the vocal shell; To hllii and dales mj passion tell, A fhime which tune can never quell, That burns lor lovely Peggj. The greater bardi tbe lyre ahontd hit, For, su>, what subject is more Ht, Thau l<i record the startling wit And bloom of iovel> PeggJ • The sun tlr-i rising In the morn, That paints the ilea £bcttpurklod thorn, Does not so much tne da) adoi v, dee.-, my lovel) Pegg>, And a hen In Tbetls' lap to rest He vtreaka with noid the rutul) v> ■ *t, He's not so beautiful as undrest .appears my lovel) Peggy. Wi...

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The Fate of New Discoverers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 18 October 1873

The Fate of New Discoverers. Columbus discovered America, but the Indians were there before he landed. So it is with some of our suddenly enterprising men. They discover tout v ceibiiu town, county, or territory ia 'v-ooii to amount to soiuething," and start out feeling the right of diaeovary U» tbeir clutnis for luimediute fortuue. How they ure chagrined when they meet the "natives and tiud that otikaM have been there waiting for aomethiag to turn ap, ot planning lor too future With laitu lor many years. Our Brevity man euine across un instance of tiiis yesterday. Au excited Bohemia... addressed him privately aud confidentially, "Did you l cad the n»WS? Tom Scot t 8 got money enough to put the Texas Pacilic through! Biauied if I dont think there'll bo a town grow up .somewhere about Suu DiegoT What d'ye say? Let's go down and start a lirst class country weekly paper there! Eh':" Our brevity mau suggested that there are two ti'aUy newspaper! there already. "Whew! let's start one the...

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