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Boarding. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
Boarding. All through town, the demand is for board. Yesterday there were several persons in the Herald office looking up information in regard to boarding for themselves or others. Of course no difficulty is experienced in obtaining day board, but to obtain board and lodging under one roof is simply impossible. Several parties, after canvassing the entire city and hunting with no success, have been obliged to leave the city; others have been compelled to write to friends not to come, as no place could be (bund for them. Why will not some man or men of means put up boarding-houses to accommodate the demand? or why will they not build and furnish houses for rental? Every day this is delayed, the interests of the town suffer. You have often seen an old hen with one diminutive chicken clucking and making more noise than if she were the parent of a brood of a dozen. So with San Diego ; she has one little bantling in her harbor, fine, to be sure, as far as it goes but very small; she has...
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
Late Telegrams. EXtT.I MVFI.Y TO THK II Kit A I.l&gt;. Destructive Storms. Shipwrecks, Inundations and Loss of Life. Eastern Rolling Mills Suspend Operations. 000 Me* Throwa out of CSmploynaent. Another Credit Mobilier Scheme —The North Pacific R. R. wants its Bonds Gnaranteed. National Expenditures. The National Insurance Company of New York in Trouble. TRAGEDY IIS OHIO. FOREIGN NEWS. NEW YORK. New York, Oct. 21.—A heavy storm of wind and rain has prevailed for several days. The loss of life by the wrecking of the canal boats on the Hudson river is less than at first reported. Another dispatch says only six boats were wrecked, and that there was no loss of life. Several New York detectives are charged with having kept $40,000 in money, received from McDonell the Bank of England forger. The Attorney General will ask for the removal of the police commissioners for not having investigated the case before. Memphis, Oct. 20.—There were heavy frosts last night. The weather is col...
Los Nietos Park. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
Los Nietos Park. Three-fourths of a mile north of the proposed city of Nietos, is one of the most desirable localities for a pleasure resort, to be found anywhere in easyaccess of the city id' Los Angeles. Nature has done everything required on her part. The land is as level as a floor, antl forty or fifty acres is studed with line timber, just far enough apart to let in the warm rays of the sun, which keeps the grass green anil growing the entire year. Ail that this spot requires to make it the Long Branch of southern California, is for some person with means, and backed up by a spirit of enterprise, to take hold of Ihe project, the land is owned by the Santa Gertrudes Land Association. Ihe company has a large tract of land, around, and embracing this desirable location. If they would expend a few thousand dollars iv improving this park, it would not only pay them well for the outlay, in advancing the value of the land improved, but largely enhance the value of the surrounding land...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. F.KIT.I SITF.I.Y TO Till: HERALD. SAN FRANCISCO. Trial oIChoI. 4 Inrkc HorriOlo Detail., ol Cruelty Tlie I. S. Mi\rs!inl Bm-kN lloh ii Niitlileii I&gt;cutli ...Fog- Whittle Mocks. Markets, Etc. San Francisco, Oct. 21. The trial of ('apt. Clarke, ofthe ship Sunrise, attracted a large crowd of spectators to-day. James Edwards, one of the sailors, testified for the prosecution, that Harris, the mate, heat and abused the sailors outrageously in the presence of Captain Clarke, who made no objection. Harris and Maloney triced the witness up four limes, his toes Just touching the deck. Others were served in the same way. Francis Corrlgan, t harlea Brown and John Dondiffjumped overboard during the voyage. The trial is still progressing. Nellie Sheehan, a native of Ireland, who for some time past has been living with a negro in a bouse on Duponl street, died suddenly to-day, in the house of her paramour. The Coroner's jury determined that she died from natura...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
WANTED— $10,000 TO LOAN ON nol s, In Mini ol' 8100 to (50.1. Apply to o^ri f Kj 11. HLAEOtiT. Y\rANTED— A RENTER FOB 240 Tl acres of land, Possession given "n--mediately. Apply to St. H. HLAHOHT. WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN on good security nt 1 to 2 percent, per modth. Apply to S. H. SLAUGHT. WANTED— LADIES TO BUY PnrasolH, shawls itnd all they want tor Ealr time, at Mrs. .). K. SM ALL'S, Spring icreet, opposite Temple Rank. 0e22-:ll WANTED- LADIES TO BUY A lull stock of Hosiery, Oloves, Eans, etc., at Mrs. .1. E. SMALL'S, Spring Direct, opposite Temple Hank. 0e22-3t WANTED— A SITUATION BY A middle-aged man, to take care of an orchard, where the place in suitable for kcc|&gt;ldK poultry. But Ninall wanes will ho required, Addreus "O. O." nt (his oltlce. oc22.it
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
NEW TO-DAY. Y\TA NTft IJ— LA1)I EH TO MY A t T mull onUJI ut MRS, SMA I.IAS, spring HJrect, opposite Temple Bunk. u022-3l I. O. O. F. CSPECTAL MEETING—LOH AN 0 OKLEH LODGE No. M, Tills (Wednesday) evening at 7:30. _ WM. CBAIK, K. s. PICO HOUSE, LOS A.\(JELIOS, VAX* piRST class HOTEL, FOB TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS. Cantrally Located Frontage on Trueo Streets. The HKsr Table, The HlOss r r Itootne, The 11 hlSi' .-Vecoimiioda't loiim. oc2Mmlp cilAs. knowlton, Prop'r. FOR SALE TO LET. FOR SALE. ~~ RANCHO DE LOS FELIZ, lv The property of LEON BALDWIN, containing about 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of grazing land, ami 1 200 acres of hill land, P., MILKS FROM TIIK CITY. There are two large antl well furnished houses, lilted up With nil modem improvements,on Un ranch; one of which stands in the center of a large and beautiful garden, approached hy a private road. The river Hows at the fool of the meadows adjacent to the house.and game of every kind Is abundant all over the ranch. Th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
CARPET WAREHOUSECOLUMN CARPETS OK 111 E Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings Of varied and choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse WILL REMOVE -ONMonday. October 6th, 1873, TO THE - 1 ? It. E M I N E m Lately occupied by .1. H. Will OUT A Co. This inagnMcenl store has been entirely RENOVATED A FULL LINE OF THE RICHEST FURNITURE COYERIN6S UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. China Mattings, Coir Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES —AND— LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH. CARPET WAREHOUSE. oc3-lJi'.iii
An Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
An Accident. Late on lust Monday night, a man named Ignacio Ochova, in the employ of O. W. Childs, was thrown from his horse on Main street and seriously injured. On yesterday Dr. F. P. Howard brought him for treatment to Dr. K. D. Wise, who, after a careful examination, pronounced him to he suffering from concussion of the brain. The remarkableness of this case is, that although Ochova is completely idiotk: since his fall, yet no outward sign of injury is visible on his head or body. He has resided in this city a short time, having lately conic from Mexico. l»etroleum. The directors of* the Petroleum Retlning Company have made preliminary arrangements for business. Within a few days their agent will be in Han Francisco, to superintend the making of stills and other machinery. If not retarded by some unforeseen event, they expect to be in operation by December. We look to this enterprise as a source of great revenue to our county, and hope it may make millionaires of all the stockho...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
L. LICHTENBERCER, (Successor to Boeder * Llchtenberger), OF Wagons. Buggies. Carriages, Etc. I lit. 115 mul ll* Main itreet, I.os Angeles, Very respectfully solicits the patronage of the public in his'line of business. All vehicles built of the BERT MATERIAL An extensive BLACKSMITH SIIOI* Is connected wilh the establishment where all kinds of llluckvinlthing will be done to order. REPAIRIXQ 1 »one with dispatch, and with a view of giving satisfaction to patrons. All Work "VViirrnnted. oc"-lnilp IJIONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS AND. CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from an Knvelopo to the largest Case ever shipped, to till purls of the city und country. Baggage culled for in time tor t he train*. «'»' Leave orders on the shite id the office, lo Wells, Fargo A Co.'s oltlce, corner Main and Market streets, or I*. v. box 280. oc:i-lmls PAGE &amp; GRAVEL'S New Carriage Shop. OUR. WORK 18 rNE-drKt qualed by any ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES &amp; SAN PEDRO «AII,TfOAI). ON ANI) AFTER Ai'Hl L 1, 1873, trains will run ns follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:1.&gt; A. M. and I P. M. LOS ANOELEH—IO A. M. und IP. M. Except on days of steamers' antral and departure, when trains will run to connect wilh steamer. Passengers lor Snn Francisco nnd Snn Diego will leave Ixw Angeles by the 111 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. tt) r Kirst-class passenger cars will run regularly. No 4'harae for Storage to Merchants ill the Country. JOHN MTLNER, Agent nt Los Angeles. oe.tl 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 Const, I am prepared lo furnish THROUGH passage tickets by any of those lines nf steamers, To and from Europe, to New York nnd Sun Francisco at the lowest rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS to ull parts of Germany,Shitaerlnnd, Austri...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
WANTS. IWniils published at I lip rate OtQM cents per liin* for rueli insertion, or 1U cents per Hue for three Insertions. No advertisement under this head taken for less than 2. r &gt; cents.] WANTED— BY A YOUNG LADY —Board and lodging In a private family. Unexceptionable references given. Inquire at tlie IIKKAJ.o ofllce. W" ANTED —A WOMAN TO DO general housework. Apply at first house on Mnlu, south of Fourth st. ocTtf WANTED —TN ALL NEIGHBORLNG TOWNH, a good local ennvusser and correspondent for the IIKKAt.n. WA N T E D—SEVERAL DAY BOARDERS can find good accommodations at MRS. BACK MAN'S, Spring street, near First; oe.ltf WANTE D—TWO 1)R THREE DAY BOAItDKBH can he accommodated with tirst-cluss hoard al Col.. PEEL'S. Wanted-dweiXlng-hotjse suited to a small family, und not more than one mile from the court-house. Address H. C, llkuai.Doffice, stating price und locnllon. ocL'-tf Our Own Manufacture! TH S3 ONI., A' CRACKER BAKERY in city! A Large Stock of fresh Crackers alway...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUCHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHAN6E A6ENCYI BUYS AND SELLS REAL Estate In all sections of the Pnion. Has huge tracts tor sale in Soul hem California. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Home-.. Stock RangeM, Khopp Ranges, * Viiieyßi'tL Oi'clihvclk. &lt; 'ity Home*. Of all kinds nnd ut all prices. Special attention paid tolhe EXCHANGE OF CATTLE. HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. A. PERPETUAL FAIR, where the best products of the country will be freely put on exhibition, 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, nnd thus encourage them to unite their capital nnd energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate In the world. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious ireaksof nature, und see If we ennnot astonish the wo...
AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
AUTUMN. Amid the bowers, in sad unrest, The autumn winds are sighing; Upon the m untains' lofty crest, The fleecy clouds are lying; In faded robes of russet drest, Tho sombre year is dying. Through dreamy grove and woodland fair, The winds go sadly wailing; The weeping vines, with branches bare, Ix&gt;w on the ground are trailing; Upon the sod, October air, The withered leaves are sailing. Faintly the echoes come and go, Like weary henrls' low sighing; Sadly the gentle breezes blow,") Where withered es are lying; And zephyrs whisper, soft and low, "Another year Is dying." a. f. k.
SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
SAN FRANCISCO. Passenger Lint per Steamer Orizaba. San Francisco, Oot. 21. San Pedro—W. S. Martin, George Lord, M. Rytter, W. A. Conn, F. A. McDougall, John Miller and wife, Mrs. M. G. Russell, Mrs. L. Viellet, W. H. Wallace, J. H. Strowbridge, F. A. Weeds, J. Rosenthal, H. G. Dennett, W. W. Robinson, Geo. Hinds, Mrs. A. J. Ruttertield, Mrs. Heath, Miss Heath, Miss Prescott, Miss Wilson, Miss J. Irving, A. J. Butterfleld, Mr. Heath, T. Heath, W. C. Carter, C. F. Holnian, R. Kennedy, F. Billings, S. E. Wilcox, F. Heath, M. Goldbaum, J. M. Burson, E. Wallace, Dr. McLane, Mrs. Gen. Stoneman ami three children, Miss S. Holland, Mrs. Rerendt, girl and infants, E. A. Bradley, D. Hughes. T. J. Kearns, R. Bennett, H. Smith, L. L. W. Packard, Mrs. E. J. Eckert and daughters, Mrs. Pond, F. Butler and wife, S. J. Lynch and wife, W. Warmouth, T. Wetterman, C. Prager, C. W. Twiss, Mm. Weathern, Mrs. N. Griffin, J. Colby and wife, T. Vaca, M. Randall, J. Smith and wife, D. N. Hnwley, M. O'Meara, ...
Los Angeles Subsidy. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
Los Angeles Subsidy. The following is a translation of the comments of La Cronica on Los Angeles subsidy in its issue of Wednesday last: "Below we translate au article that appeared not long ago in the Sun Francisco Bulletin. As it contains good advice for our people generally and for our Supervisors in particular we publish it, hoping that our authorities, albeit they place the most implicit confidence in the good faith of the R. R. Co. will not fail to take that precaution in the interest of the people whose guardians they are. In tlie first place, it is anythtug but superfluous and besides, supposing that to-morrow or any other day the railroad should change hands, which would not be anything improbable or strange, it would not be bad to have some security that the new proprietors would fulfill the engagements of their assignees. Here is the article alluded to: 'The Southern Pacific Railroad Company are pushing forward the different lines of road iv Los Angeles county with commen...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
LOS ANGELES Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL HE Tlio Same Nize » —AS THEALTA CALIFORNIA, And contain only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PRICE: $4 PER ANNUM ! United States Hotel, LOS ANOELEH, CM. The largest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. THE UNDERSIGNED REG leave to inform Mm travelled public that tbey have leased this WELL-KNOWN HOTEL, anil from their experience oan truly say that Rial permanent and transient hoarders will lind a HOME. FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES We have suites of Room* at moderate prices. The extensive acquaintance we have formed ■Jroughout the State wilh the 'Prnvelliiijj; Community, Is a sufficient guarantee that this House will always Is- their FAY« (RITE RESORT, and we shall endeavor to maintain our reputation hy keeping THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and the CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS for our bar.; We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. our terms are moderate. Call and see us.-**. HAMME...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 22 October 1873
5S Th* Race of Time Keeper*. HARPER &amp; DALTON, WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL DEALERS IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HARFBH &amp; DALTON ItEET XIIK LARGEST STOCK I?* LOS ANGELES OF THE MOST VARIED GOODS. EVERY KIND OF Household I^ui*nitni*o. Kit«*licMi X^iii'iiitiire, AgTicMiltural Implement*** PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED AT LOW RATES. Remember the AddrrSN: HARPER Ac PALTOH, SO, Sl MAIN STRKKT, Downey "a Block) I.OS AN &lt;&lt;( l IS AG EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK &amp; CO. 4 (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANGELES), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT JOF Oftiec* mtfitione!*y *%c Rooks. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. AgontH ioi« Hteiiiwß.y JPinnos mid Burdott Oi-g'fiiis. NEW PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED. E."H. WORKMAN....