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San Fernando. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

San Fernando. For the past few days the papers in San Diego have been troubled in spirit. In fact it is quite apparent that soon in that region there will be an editor or two a fit candidate for the insane asylum. We have no objection to San Diego becoming a large city, or advertising herself that she may become such, for every citizen that is brought into Southern California will assist our own city. San Diego must eat; then, too, no city of a hundred thousand inhabitants, and Los Angeles will have that number in a dozen years,—no city was ever built without surrounding cities of lesser importance. San Diego will become an important little port, and we are glad of it. Now, in regard to San Fernando. One must really go abroad to learn the news. The first that Los Angeles heard of the projected narrow gauge, was in the San Diego papers, and in fact the only intimation has come through them. If a narrow gauge road shall be built from Santa Monica to San Fernando, we shall be glad of i...

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Boys and Firearms. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

Boys and Firearms. In another column the details ot the case of Gervu«io Valencia are given. There is a moral attached to this cuse which all California ought to regard. A healthy little boy nine years of uge, is lying mortally wounded in tbiscity, at the hands of a companion. If his wounds do not ft3V9 mortal, at all events his eyesight is destroyed, his teeth are shot out, and the pellet iv his brain will probably aft'ect his reason. Let us review the cause and effect, and take the effect lirst. A child of tender age is lying iv indescribable agony with fifty-seven shot iv his face and eyes alone. He is surrounded by his father and relatives, whose mental agony perhaps exceeds tbe physical sufferings of tbe little boy. The boy who discharged the weapon is nearly demented from grief. It is a fact that he kuelt before his father and his mother and begged them to put an end to his life. The sorrow and agony entailed by the act of a thoughtless boy are indescribable, and the misery en...

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Preparing for a Raid. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

Preparing for a Raid. The Boston Globe, a staunch Kadical journal, in referring to the numerous evidences of a design to make a raid on Congress with a view to securing monetary aid for the collapsed Northern Pacific railroad project, says that so far as practicable all letters received from the Stanley expedition, which showed the worthless character of the larger portion of the lands over which this and the last year's surveys have been made, have been suppressed and kept from publication. -'So cleverly has the Cooke influence been placed where it would do the most good in this regard," says the writer, "that within my personal knowledge portions of letters designed for publication and sent to army and department officers, have been manipulated and edited." The same journal says that an Assistant Secretary, who has visited a considerable part of Montana through which the road will pass, declared it an utterly worthless region. Jt is a notorious fact that the Cookes made use of roo...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. K\( 1.1 Mt XI.V TO THK llt lt ll 11. SAN FRANCISCO. Htoeka. Following arc the rransretiont at the Morning Board: Ophir. <Hi Caledonia Iftf Gould A Curry 12% Baltimore 7% B. A B tl'., Knickerbocker 3 Savage 52j« Globe M Chollar 44', Central 13 Hale A Norcross 20 Bullion 12Vi Crown Point 10H Silver Hill 10 Yellow Jacket 62 Eclipse 4— Imperial *W t «. Y. Con IV, Empire 4 American Flat 5 Kentuck 14 I Tyler 7j<; Alpha m Union Con IK Belcher 71 Woodvllle IU Confidence S Falrmount w)% Con Virginia .10 IJustlce 9 Sierra Nevada USi iSuecor ii Daney IK Julia I Exchequer it lOverman 22>; Scg lieleher 35 .Central No. 2 10 SAN DIECO. San Diego, Oct. 29. Arrived, the schooner Big River, Capt. Anderson, loaded with lumber. The Board of Supervisors met again to-day and canvassed the recent vote. There is little variation from published ret 11 ma. District Attorney McNealy, who was elected Judge of this District, resigned to-day. The Attorney...

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The Great Tichborne Case. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

The Great Tichborne Case. The Home News, the English newspaper for America, India and Australia, has the following about the world-wide "Tichborne Case." It is so important that its progress is telegraphed here. Last evening's Express chronicled the final examination of witnesses: Some novelty of incident marked the reopening of the Tichborne case. The editor of a country newspaper was sentenced to a tine of £150 for writing an article affirming that the defendant had been proved not to be Orton. But higher game was flown at on the other side, and Dr. Kenealy delivered a savage philippic against the Times 1 law report,which he declared to be habitually summarised in a way deliberately calculated to destroy the value of the evidence for the defendant. Dr. Kenealy blazed away, using big dictionary and historical words, in a flaming speech, which the Times next day unkindly said had probably been prepared to please those who would no longer be allowed to see the defendant at meetings a...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

ft. B. CAfIWKLL. J. F. KLXIB. CABWELL * ELLIS, JMPORTERB And Utaton In U«u«r«l Morvfcmndi**, HO AND 82 MAIN HTREET, Ocl-U 1-08 ANO ELKS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

NEW TO-DAY. For Sale! A( \( \ ACRES IMPROVED AND \XV/v/ unimproved lands of the Attest (juality, :i miles from the court-house. Cheap for cash and no commissions to pay. Apply toJ. Q. A. STANLEY, 38 Temple Hloek, upstairs. oeflltf For Sale! <T S ACRES OF LAND — OOOD 4 tj artesian well; SKotlhM from the I.os Nletos djpot. Inquire or DR. hives, at Los Nietos. (HfJWwi Degree of Rebekah. I'HURSDA V.OCT. 30, AT 7:30 P.M. Lot Angeles Lodge, No. BS, 1,0.0. F. \V. K. f'KAiK, R. S. H. burdick.n. p. Bakersfleld Saloon. JOHN B. IT" NO ATE, PROP' R. KINK WINKS AND LIQUORM, an,l the BERT MILLIARD * A LOON IN KKKN CO. My old I.os Angeles friends, please give me a call. My place Is next the Telegraph Stage Company's office. oc2Btflp ORPHANS' FAIR WILL kiK HKLD AT STEARNS 1 II ALL, ARCADIA BLOCK, ON Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, ocT. it, ao and si. ST6 tourist sj: rpHE CALIFORNIA PLACARD A EXCHANGE AND INFORMATION BUREAU FOR THE PACIFIC COAST, HO7 TO 015 MERCHANT ST., SAN FRANCISCO, ha...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

FOR SALE-T0 LBT. FOR SALE. IfL RANCHO DH LOS FELIZ, U The property of LEON BALDWIN, containing »ii..iii 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of (grazing land, and 1200 acres of hill land, 4% MILKS FROM THK CITY. There lire two large nnd well fumUhed houses, fitted up with all modern Improvements, on Ihe ranch; one of which stands In the center of a large and beautiful garden, approached by a private mad. The river Hows at tbe foot of Ihe meadows adjacent to tbe house.and game of every kind Is ahundunt all over the ranch. The Dairy is built of brick, and has accommodations for ..be milk of 150 cows,and the corrals, stables, oiit-bulldlugs, etc., are all in perfect order. There ure six miles of good post und plank fencing on the property, and the situation Is one of the loveliest lv southern California. TERMS--*ine-thlrd cash, one-third in six months, and the balance at one, two or three years, bearing interest al one per cent, per month, ut tin; option ofthe purchaser. US» The tit...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

c A R _* E T HL* MHOO»f OPIUM M CARPETS —OF XBS — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL OLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings a Of varied and choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse has REMOVED -ONMonday, October 6th, W73, —TO THE— PREMISES L.U-I> occupied by J. H. WsJWwT a Co. This SsfJulMcestalvre has bgfeu *nUre)y .ute' RENOVATED A FULL LINE OF THE RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN ALL IT* BRANCHED China Mattings, Coir Mattings. Rugs and Mats. (New Hlylasj CO ADELINE VALENCES -ANDLAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Raps AARON SMITH. CARPET WAREHOUSE. •SfeUMM

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Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

Local Brevities. The last house on the depot land at Los Nletos, Is reuted. Dr. Draper paid £9,900 for his lots opposite Washington Park. Los Angeles wastes water enough to irrigate 1,000 acres per day. The train on the Los Nietos branch of the railroad, passed San Oabriel river bridge for the first time, the day before yesterday. The lumber is at Los Nietos for two stores, aud the erection will commence immediately. Smith & Fulton are about to move to Los Nletos from Gallatin. - s H. C. Wiley Is confined to his residence by Illness. Mr. Wiley has been twenty-four years in California, and is sick for the first time during that period By the way, the Union in its map, has left out that mountain range north of Santa Monica. Iv building its paper railroad it might be as well to leave it out, also. It is anxiously asked on our streets, whether the Sun Diego newspapers have made any arrangements for tunnelling the mountains north of Santa Monica, for the San Fernando railroad...

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OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. Pioneer Wholesale Grocery nnd Hardware House. H. Newmark & Co. have been in business in this county since 1851. The house deals in wool, hides, grain, hardware, wagon material, agricultural Implements, iron steel, Hour, salt, oil, tobaccos, and a thousand things too numerous to mention. They have two warehouses in this city, one in the Arcadia Block, and the other opposite the dejiot, which has been lately built. The house on Los Angeles street, consists of two double warerooms and two side store-rooms on the first floor, the same amount of space on the second floor, and a large basement. The upper floors are entirely devoted to plows, wagon material, agricultural implements and farm utensils. There are constantly not less than 200 plows in this department, and the immense stock of implements fills up all the superfluous space. In the side stores are countless sacks of flour, grain, salt, etc., which are constantly arriving, and being shipped off as ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

PROSPECTUS • •— — THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. Tin- first of October, Tiisl.os Anuf.LKS Hei.ALD, a dally and weekly newspaper, will make lv appearance. The Dally will be a neat and tastily printed seven-colnmn newspaper, newsy rather than literary In character. The Weekly will be a six-column, eightpage paper, and will contain the most Important matter that has previously uppeared In Tmk Daily Hekald. It is proposed that the llkuald shall be an tin bought advocate of every interest pertaining to Southern California and Arizona, and a zealous worker In all things that shall tend to benefit the State. In a word It will belli close communion with the People. In its columns, from time to time will be found matters of Interest to tbe California Farmer, Mechanic, Merchant, Laborer, and ull classes of Producers; and It will also contain reading matter suited to the Home Clrclr. The Hekald will be an Independent Democratic Journal and Its efforts directed to sweeping from power and place those n...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

LINEB OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO IPt j\~T I .ROAt). ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMINGTON--7:45 A. li. and 1 P. If. LOi ANGELES-IO A. M. and 4 P. M. Except on days of steamers' arrival und departure, wbeu trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego will leave Los Angeles l>y the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. »y First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No ( hsrgr for Storage to Merchants to the Country. JOHN MILNER, Agent at Los Angeles. oc2tf E. E. HEWITT,Hupt. ACENCY 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 PASSAGE TICKETS by any of those lines of steamers, To and from Europe. to Now York and San Francisco at the lowest rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS to all parts of Germany, Switzerland, Aus...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

BAN (ON Q HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF 1 I.OH ANGKUKH. Capital.. 8500,000 JOHN G. DOWNEY PRESIDENT t. W. HF.LI.MAN Cashier Exchange for sale on Han Francisco, Now York, London, Dublin, Frankfort. Paris and Berliu, II nut bury. Receives Deposits and ib.uiee Its certificates. Buys and sells Legal Tenders, Government, Htate, County and City Bonds. Will also pay the highest price for Gold and Silver. Bullion.' From ana after this date, on all moneys left as term deposits. Interest will be allowed. Los Angeles, July 1, 1871. oc2-lm DIVIDEND NOTICE. Farmers A Mer( Hants' Bank, ) Los Angeles October 7,1873. j" A DIVIDEND OF $5 PER SHARE has been declared on the capital stock of the Farmers'apd Merchants' Ban* ot Los Angeles, payable on the loth Inst. oc7ml ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, Cashier. THE BANK. WM. WORKMAN. F. r. F. TEMPLE. TEMPLE A WORKMAN, BANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates and transact a UEKF.RAI. BANKING BI'MXKMt. DRAW ON TH...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

RIAL ESTATE. 8. H. SLAUGHT. REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL EState In ull sections of the Union. Hns large tracts tor sale in Southern Col Horn la. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes, Htock Ranstg, Kheep Rsngta, "Vineyard, Orchard*, City Hotiun, Of all kinds and at all prim*. Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. A. PERPETUAL IF AIR, i • ■ where the beat 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, and thus encourage them to unite their capital and 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 freaks of nature, and see If we cannot astonish the world. Als...

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THE OLD ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

THE OLD ALBUM. r nder Ila Is title, the San FraacUoQ News Lett** hat the foilowingoriginul and beautiful naatai I've drawn Ihee from thy hiding place. Kellc 01' b\gone Uuyii, Again lliy glided leaves to trace, . Thy well-known garb to praise; To brin* thee to the glaring light From out thy silent nook: ruin ', tell old tales of moments brlgat, Thott loag neglected book 1 How first the faded lines 1 tract, Penned by a gentle hand, They bring to BM tbe fulrcut in. a That graced a youthful bund; Sweet playmate of my curlier years, Companion of the past. Thou bust forgot thy Hie of tram In happier realms at lust. What fairy Augers held the pen ii>.it traced this dainty pusc? It ben's tbe date of otber years, Aud seems quite pate with age: Ah! I remember nic of one Jtistjheii bccoioeabrlde; she smiles a careful matron now. With prattlers at her side. Minn mak'sl me sad, t ~ou glided toy! And as I gaze on thee, 1 think how time and change have thrown Their shadows over me. The ...

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High Tide in New York. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 October 1873

High Tide in New York. At eleven o'clock this morning the tide in the North River. WM higher than at any time since the 7th of March, two'years ago. Many of the basements in Exchange Place were flooded, and there was barely space between the end of the ferry bridge and the roof of the ferry house for covered express, wagons to pass. The basement restaurant at the Northern Hotel, foot of Cortland street, was flooded with two feet of water, and many of the basements along West street were also flooded, doing much damage. The tide rose so high in the river tliut ferry boats were rooked like row boats on its bosom. The docks and ferries suffered to a great extent from the lashing of the waves, and to i he great alarm of passengers. At the Hoboken ferries the title rose above the dock, and flowed in upon them until they were covered with water two feet in depth. Each boat at its landing was, under these circumstances, about six or eight feet above the level of the dock, while the water f...

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