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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
Pacific Coast News. A new bank hns been established at Hollister. The Sutro tunnel has been mortgage for $8,000,000. A new irrigating and mining canal is being surveyed in Amador county. The forty-third volume of California Reports are in the hands of tho binder. Corlnne shipped 800,000 pounds of apples to Montana between the 10th of September and 10th of October. The Independent has lost its grip in San Joaquin county. McKinstry's majority forjudge is about 880, The Utah Southern Railroad will be completed to Provo by the first of November, If the contractors don't fail to come to time. The pools in Linn city, Oregon, were not open last election day, owing to the fact, that one of the judges was in the penitentiary, and no one was present to lake his place. A special election will be held in Solatia County for County Judge, as the vote between Gregory, Democrat, and Powers, Republican, candidates for the position, was a tie. The official vote id" San Luis Obispo county is as follow...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
B A RBERS—BATH HOUSES. GEORGE REINECKE. Barber Saloon &amp; Bath House. HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING, SHAMPOOING, BATHS, ETC, This establishment has Just been refitted, and, after having engaged the hest Barbara In theeity, I respectfully solicit custom front all who want work executed in the hest style. Makes the BATHING BUSINESS« specialty, and has the finest set of Hat h Hootns in the city, gar rndcrihc Bella Union, oei-lmlp TONSORIAL PALACE SAM. JONES, PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. Shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 7X Main street oc2tl-lp PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP, NEXT TO GATES &amp; NOTES' AND under the " Express " ottlce, TEMI'EE BLOCK. As Prof. Green has the hest available assistants to be procured in the state, Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing Will be performed In the best, style of the tonsorial art. oc.Vlm CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. L. LICHTENBERGER, (Successor to Roeder A Lichtenberger), jy£ANUFA(TURER OF Wagons, Buggies. Carriages. Etc. 113...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE—No, ii Downey's Block,up-stairs. nc2-t I DR. A. S. SHORB, THTOMOSOPAtHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE- Nearly opposite tin- Post Office, RESIDENCE No. U Franklin sheet. oc2-tf DR. H. S. ORME, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE- In Lanfranco's Building, No. 7i .Main itreeL Office Hours from in a. m. to i p. m., and from a to :t p. M. nog-tf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, office and RESIDENCE—In Hetnseh's Block, Commercial ami Los Angeles streets, »!}■• Special attention paid to diseases of the EYE A NO BAR. oc.'-ti DR. J. W. OLIVER, J JOMIEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street, opposjtrjjtieMayor's ottice. ociHptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, \f E CHAN IC AL, OPER AT IV E -C»l AND BURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE—TfI Sprint; street, next to Fire Engine House. ocMf DR. A. LCEBEL, SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST, NO. 21 FOURTH STREET. Corns. Bunions and Ingrowing Nails. cured without Knives, Files or Acids. Moderate charges and...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
FORWARDING 4tCOM MISSION. J. L. WARD &amp; CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS —AND— Manufacturers Agents. ; AMENTA PO*. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL I MARINE I INSURANCE COMPANY, (Combined assets exceed SI 1.000.000 BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER &amp; HAM I TON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY: THE CELEBRATED BAIN WACON; SWAN BREWEHY CO.'S ALE AND FOHIER. oc2-lmlp HELLMAN. HAAS &amp; CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. li and 16 i.os Angeles and Commercial sis., ocS] LOS ANGELES, [InHp SIMON LEVY," (tOM M IS SIO NME It C HAN T. Vj General dealer iv all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to nil parti ofthe l ulled States. Nos. 21 and 'M Aliso St., Los ANGELES. ocVlylp ———t BUSINESS CARDS. J. G. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
MISCELLANEOUS. * RK F V BLI CJ LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CHICAUO, ILLINOIS. Cash Capital, . 81,000,000 Branches in all tiie KMSJSeSSf the In lon. HAVING NOW COMPLETED the organisation of our Pmoifto XSi-mioli. We take pleasure in announcing that our Pacific CoOStStockholders have elected the 101--lnwlog well-known cltlsens as officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: President: OLIVER ;eldhidge. Vice- Presitlents: TIKIS. A. HALL, WM. It. WHEATON A. L GURNET Secretary pro tern .lAS. T. BOYD Attorney THOS. BROWN Treasurer ( HAS. BI'RRELL Medical Examiner IBxecutlVt Ctimmittee: OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE, .1 AS. T. BOYD, GEO. W. BEAVER, ('HAS. BI'RRELL, THOS. BELL, E. B. PERRIN. Directors: OLIVER EI.DREDGE.LELAND STANFORD GEO. W. BEAVER, THOS. BROWN, N. G. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN F. MILDER, THOS. H. SELBY, J AS. T. BOYD, R. F. MORROW, C. 1. BRENHAM, S. P.BUTTERWORTH M. i). SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON, I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRI.ING, A. BLACK, THOS. A. BALL, lOS. A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON, THO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
EDUCATIONAL. SPANM TiENSO&gt; r N. TNSTRTCTION IN FRENCH AND JL SPANISH will be given to classes in the afternoons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY liliii To a (lass of five or less, per lesson $2 00 To a class ol any number over five, per lesson $3 00 For further particulars, Inquire at the office of the Los Angki.es Herald, of Dudley a Thompson, or a! the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS : University of California, "i pkpa htm f.nt of la novagks. !- Oakland, July 11, 1H72. J Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Dudley has been a student in my department of the t'nlversltv for five consecutive terms, viz: fioni September, IK7O, to April 3d, 1K72. During this time she studied the French, the Spnnish and the German lunguages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit murk for five terms being t»7 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley Possessed already such knowledge of the Tench and Spnnish idioms as to be able to speak...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
MERCHANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAlLORsiaix ST., near WELI-S.FARaO A Co Makes the most fashionable style of CLOT II I TV O to be obtained in the southern country. Also v large slock of the Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet nnd Silk Vestings, etc. A fit guaranteed. Refers to the principnl gentlemen of tnecliy for whom he bus mnde clothing. No necessity to «end to Sun Francisco for good fitting suits. ncgtMn ADAM &amp; NELSON, Merchant Tailors, HAVING ESTABLISHED THEMselves at the old stand of 1,. Peter, opposite the Powl-Oltice. SPRING STREET, are prepared to fill ALL ORDERS in the Latest &amp; Most Fashionable Styles. A fine ussortment of Cassimeres. Vestings, And everything In the line n I ways on hand. a®" A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED IN ATI. CASES. Give us it Call, od'-lmlp i. hauchT MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. « COMMERCIAL STREET. All the LATEST STYLES received by evet v steamer, and made up In the latest. styiesnrnt most suitable manne...
Trial by Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
Trial by Jury. The question of the advisability of trial by Jury has long occupied the attention of eminent jurists. It is a fact beyond contradiction that trials by jury have more often defeated tho ends of justice than they have aided them, Especially in the United States is this the case, and more particularly in California. Disguise it as best it may be, juries are influenced, "seen" and bought every day. It is not a pleasant picture, yet a true one. Many a man on his oath, which he would scorn in other matters to diregard, holds himself up to public derision on account of the verdicts he acquiesces in. Laura Fairs are acquitted; Stokes is dragging slowly but surely toward liberation; the law becomes a farce, and the most solemn words of a conscientious Judge a mockery in their practical effect. Good men are challenged and bad men allowed to decide. Money is openly spoken of as a bar to justice. Men say, "Oh, there is no doubt that he committed the murder, but he has got money; ...
Railroads and Vested Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
Railroads and Vested Rights. The Chicago font, October 18th, presents an editorial summary of a decision recently given by Judge Mcßoberts of the Circuit Court in and for the town of Joliet, 111., in a ease entitled the City of Joliet vs. the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company, which is brimfull of interest. The town brought suit to enjoin the railway company from running their trains over the streets and public squares, me railway company pleaded their franchise as giving them vested rights. The Court held: 1, That a railway company cannot have vested rights in a franchise, and that the rule in the famous Dartmouth College case is now obsolete, so far as this, that it does not apply to railway corporations. 2. That there is no longer a question that the Legislature has the right to repeal the charter of the railroad corporation, and to put it out of existence whenever the public good requires such legislation. 3. That a court of chancery lias power to cause the track...
Gallatin. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
Gallatin. No news. Farmers are busy husking corn. Rain is looked for anxiously. From present indications, farming will be largely increased the coming winter and spring, caused from the remunerative prices realized by farmers this fall. As far as the trial of Marshal Bazaine has progressed it presents nil case as much against him as his worst enemy could wisli it. He has furnished noevidenee to justify his failure to cut bis way out through the lines of the enemy. The official vote of Sacramento county at the judicial election, shows that McKinstry received 1,804 votes;. Dwinille 1,014; Brunson, 996; KcKee, 161. This gives McKinstry a majority of 790 over Dwinelle, 1,143 over McKee, aud 129 over both of them. The Howe Sewing Machine Company has opened a splendidly furnished office at No. 0 Commercial street. Mr. Campbell, the enterprising agent for the firm, will transact the Company's business in Los Angeles, aud be happy to impart information to all persons in need of this family ...
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
Late Telegrams. F.YCMSIVF.I.Y TO THE II lltAl.ll. Heavy Specie Shipment. $3,000,000 in Silver to be Thrown into Circulation. California Appointments. The National Board of Trade Adjourns. INDICTKD for libel. Charges against Cabinet Officers. Yellow Fever in Memphis. NEW YORK. New York, Oct. 25.—The specie shipment! to-day consisted of $39,210 in silver bars and $12,000 in gold. There is no bank statement to-day. A Washington dispatch says the amount of silver to lv- put out next week will be between two and three millions, and should the demand exceed this the Secretary will issue more. Thomas Finn who lias been locked up in Jersey City since last July, for killing Eugene Aters, died of starvation. The Kings County Grand Jury indicted Whltlaw Reitl, Charles A. Dana anil "Wylie, for alleged libel on Judge McCue, Donny A. Clark and Kingsley of the Brooklyn bridge case notoriety. In the case of Shanks, city editor of the Tribune, the case was adjourned till Tuesday. It is rumored that ...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. KXCLVMYSLY io TIIK iii:haij&gt;. —■- 1 ■ - — f 0 SAN FRANCISCO. Knee* The Lev-llrothcrtoii CM Ileal Hod}' Found ArreOe I lor Ilcbl ItWkl. San Francisco, Oct. -•"»• Sam PUrdy won the rnce at the Agricultural Park to-day. there was v very large attendance. Mr. Cummlnga, the foreman of the Hisilon Iron Works, bad his right hand terribly mutilated, to-day through being caught in the machinery. In the ease of B. M. Lee, attorney, indicted for aiding the Brotheitons to escape, the motion to set aside the indictment because of bias on the part ofthe last Gmltd Jury against the accused, was denied. Lee pleaded not guilty. He will be tried next week. 'The .new bark Vesuvius, which arrived to-day, was 319 days from Alexandria, Va., having experienced very rough weather on most of tinvoyage. The body of an unknown man was found at Lake Honda to-day, with a bullet hole through the head. A pistol was found by his side. It is supposed that he committed suicide. A ...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Pico House.—Wm. R. Olden, Anaheim, J. E. Bowe, London; Sam. Dayton, La Cygne, Kan.; James F. Stoneberg, W. E. Rogers, Sun Francisco; Mrs. T. Wallace More and child, Santa Barbara. Bella Ualon.—R. H. Oilman, Anaheim; L. M. Holt, Petaluma; Henry C. Roberts, San Gabriel Mines; D. Lyon, Los Alanietos; A. Y. Gate, W. R. Hettinger, Ban Gabriel; Wm. Sippy, S. P. R. R.; Jas. B. Lankershini, San Francisco; O. J. Justice, Sun Gabriel Mines; Thomas Waulkingshaw, Win. Levick, Anaheim; F. Ruis, Santa Barbara. United Sates.—John Maxy, Arizona; B. Bennorscheidt, Carl Benuerseheidt, Anaheim; W. H. Spurgeon Santa Ana; J. Blum, Santa Cruz; A. B, Horgan, Arizona, J. B. Barclay, Wilmington; H. A. Wilson, Anaheim; L. Wartenbeig, Analieiin; L. H. Lower, Compton.
BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
BORN. YARNELL—In Los Angeles, October 28th, to the wife ol Jesse Ynrnell, a son. WEH MEYER—on Tuesday, October 21, to the wife of H. Wehtnoyer, a daughter. MACY—Sunday, October 11), lo the wife of obed Mucy ,*u daughter.' BENNERSt HEIDT—On Tuesday, October 21, to tin; wife of .1. Rennerscheldt, a daughter.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
NEW TO-DAY. THE BEST! THE BEST! THE HOWE SEiWINC MACHINE AHB AD! HIGHEST PREMIUM FOR SEWING AT THK VIENNA EXPOSITION. Gold Medal and Cross of the Legion of Honor at Paris Exhibition. OUR NEW IMPROVED MACHINE Stands without n rival, and should rind its way Into every family. It has reached the, highest state of perfection of the Sewing Machine yet produced, and its sales are constantly.inereaslng throughout the World, 140 Sold in Los Angeles County IX ONE YEAR. Second hand Machines 'fit ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Sold Cheap for Cash, and Repaired. The Howe Machine Co's Sewi.no Machines have become celebrated the world over. The work done on these machines Is unsurpassed—sewing the thinnest material and the heaviest goods with equal facility, and requiring no extra adjusting for uneven thickness OTJKMSIng over seams. The Attachments for Hemming, Felling, Braiding, Cording, Quilting, Tucking, Binding and Gathering tire of the latest improved pattcsns, and are superior to those used on any other...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 26 October 1873
WAfyB. I Wants published nt the rate ofti 1 , oenta per line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line lor three Insertions. No advertisement under this head taken tor less than Sj cents.] "lITANTED—FIVE WOMEN TO tt sew carpets. At thelCnrpei Warehouse —79 Main street, Downey Block. oc-'lli WANT En—l jEATH ER B E LTINO—at ihe HERALD OFFICE. XIfANTED—SIO,OOO TO LOAN ON ?T notes, in sums of 1100 to M6S, Apply to B. H. BLAUOHT, \VT ANTED—A RENTER FOR 240 ▼ T acres of land. Possession given Ittv tnedlatcly. Apply to S. 11. sI.AI'HHT. WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN on good security at 1 to 2 iter cent, per inodth. Apply to H. H. SLACOHT. "fIT ANTED—LADIES TO BUY TT Parasol-,Shawls, and all Ihey want lor Fair time, at Mrs. .1. K. SMALL'S, Spring s-i'cet, opposite TempleJlaiik- nciß 'M WANTED— LADIES TO BUY A lull.stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, etc., at Mis. .1. K. S.MAI.I.'S, Hprituf Btroot,opjsisite Temple Hank. TITANTEI')- A SITUATION BY A tt inlddle-aged man. to take can- of an orchard, where I...