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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

FORWARDING & COMMISSION. J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS —AN D— Manufacturers Agents. AOKNTS FOW LONDON ASSUMNCE CORPORATE; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL IMARINfI MtitI.UNCE COMPANY, iCombined assets exceed si 1.000.00n BABCOCK'S FILE EXTINCUISIiER; BAKER 4 HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACH.NEIIT; THE CELEB lATLO BAIN WaCON; SWAN BREWEI.Y CO.'S ALE AND 10.TEN. oc'2-luilp HELLMAN, HAAS & CO. FOI *XVjVKI> I IN « AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE FOR SALE THK PUREST GROCERIES, THK BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of Hie choicest imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes. BLINDS, FA It Ml NO I.M PI.KMFNTM. Hand 111 l.os Augeles and Comiic'iciiil .Us., < e.!| I t is ANOKI.KS. [lm-lp I. B. FERGUSON'S lOM MISSION BOUSE Is the Ktclnsive t'oimnlMMliiit House to ;» to for Every thiuir You Want. oc2-llil SIMON LEVY, ( 10MM 1 SSION MERCHANT. V.' Oeneral dealer in all kinds of COt'NTKY I'KODt'CTIONH, Hi...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. BEPUBLbO LIFE INSURANCECO. OF 4-HH'AUO. ILLINOIS. Cash Capital, . Si ,000,000 RraiicheM Ih hII tlit> Sialesol lite I'liion. HAVING NOW COMPLETED . tin' organization <>r our l**i«:*ifi<* llrmioli. We take pleasure in announcing thatotir Pm* little Court stockholders have elected the following well-known citizens us ntflcew of our PACIFIC BRANt'HI tII.IVKH EI.DHIDOE. Vli'i- PtwMrMfe. THhs. A. HA1,1., WM. It. WHKATON A. I- Ot'KNEY Kecretiiry pro tern .lAK. T. Bo VI Attorney 'fill is. Hit* IWN Treie-urer chas. BlitHKLl. Medfcial Examiner A'/md/re ( bWM itl/r: OLIVER ELDRIDOK, JOB. A, DONOHoE, JAS. T. HoYD, OKU. W. BKAVEIt, I 'll AS. BI'KItKI.L, TIB is. 8K1.1., K. B. PKKIUX. ftirtttwi i )1.1 V Kit KU »KKIh IK, l .Kl. AN I> ST ANFo It D OHO. W. BKAVKK, Tllos. BHOWN, N. ti. KITTLE: i*. CHHISTIANSKN, JOHN K. MII.I.KIt, THUS. 11. SKI.BY, JAS. T. IK >YD, K. K. MORBOW, C. I. BHENILVM, s. P.Hi' ITKBWOKTH M. !&a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRI'CTION IN FRENCH AND SPANISH w ill be given to classes in Ihe a I lei noons a, evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY T E It M H: To a class of live or less, per lesson $2 mi To a class of any numlK-r over live, per lesson *;i no Vor further particular*, Inquire attheoitioo of Hie Los Anoklks Hkiiai.d, ot land lev a Thompson, or at the Pico House. TESTIMONIALS : cnivkusitv ok c.vl.ikohnia, ) Dkcaktmi:nt ok Lanuiaoks. Oakland. July 11, isr>. I Heivwitb I certify thai Miss Josephine l.lndIcy has been a student in my department of the University for rive consecutive terms, via:: from September, lH7n, to April Id, 1K72. During this time site studied the French, the Spanish and the Herman languages, obtaining always the highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her averuge ereiilt mark for five terms being 07 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Llndley iMissessed already such knowledge of the French and Spanish idioms as to Is- abl...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society's FALL MEETING. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10,11. 12,13,14 and IS. SPLENDID SPEED PROGRAMME! PIVE DAYS' HACINO -AND— Stock Parades and Exhibitions, Alid ono whole day devoted to LADY KQIKHTIUANWM, AND OTIIKR Hit JUTS. FIRST DAY. First Riicc—Trotting— For horses that nre owned In the district nt this date, that have never beaten three niinuteN. Mile heats; best three in five to harness—purse of PUi; t2UO lo the first horse, and $IUI to the second; live or more to enter. Second Haco— Running race of a mile dash, for all two-year olds owned nnd raised in this district. Purse of $.100; MOO to lirst and $100 lo second; five or more to enter. Third Race—Running—Free for all California or half-breed horses; mile dash; catch weights. Purse $150; fltt lo the lirst and |M to the second; five or more to enter. HECOND DAY. First Race—(i. ntleinen's Muddle Race ■--Single dash of one mile; to carry not less...

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Vested Rights No. 1: [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Vested Rights No. 1: Two .•lasses of vested rights are re* cognized in our form of government. Rights with which a person is Invested hy nature; and political rights; or, such as a person may have acquired from the political organization. Over the first class our Government confesses it has no jurisdiction; and the Constitution of California and most of the States enumerate a greater or less number of those inalienable personal rights emanating from a higher s >uree than political or legeslative authority. The Constitution of California says, that among these inalienable rights are" those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, ami protecting property. The Constitution of Maine goes further and declares that all power is inherent in the people; all free governments arc founded on their authority, and instituted for their benefit; and they bave therefore an interest and indefeasible right to institute governments, and to alter, reform, or totally...

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Orange Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Orange Culture. There is no way of furthering the interests of a district so good as that of obtaining copious, succinct and complete information about its products. With this view the following questions arc propounded, answers to which the li KKAI.I) will gladly receive and publish. It is as much the duty of the private citizen to furnish the journalist with the best ami purest Information, as it is tlie duty of the journalist to seek for and to spread all possible knowledge to be derived from private sources. These questions are the result of deep thought, from one of the (dearest minds in San Francisco. The answers will be published, not only here, hut in pumphlet form. Thousands of eastern people will read them, and the entire southern coast will be benefited. Similar questions, of vital interest to California, and to this district especially, will be published from time to time, until the minutest information regarding our industries is diffused over the entire I'nited States....

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Platform of People's Independent Party. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Platform of People's Independent Party. The following is a reprint of tln* I >Utl t'oitu adopted hy tlu- lVople's 1 in It— pendent Party. The* prlncflpie a position will be discussed in a future issue. This convention, representing what it believes to be the honest sentiment of the people of this State, and encouraged by the the splendid success achieved in the recent State election, wherin the people, almost without organization, met and overthew the combined power of the Incorporated monopolist and tin' corrupt political and financial rings, do herehy resolve to organize into a party all good citizens who desire to join in the work of reform and political regeneration throughout the State, the hetter to enable them to move forward upon the enemy, to route.such corporations from their stronghold as rulers and practically as lawmakers, and, finally, to rescue the government from the clutches of the corruptionlsts who have so long held it in subjection j therefore he it. J...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Special t>th• h >s Ample* Hera M. | SAN DIECO. Arrival of the Steamer "Montana." MMM and Wen of IT. S. Slemiier BffMS roxaiiscU on Hoard. voliiiion in jPunnntnThe Sau IOejt«» "llore" yields •0,040 trillions per Hour. Trials for Murder—Apache Raid. SAN DIBOO, October '!- The Pacific Mail Steamship .Montana arrived at ti this a. if. from Panama, which (Hilt she left on tlie 10th tilt. She laid off Acapulco three days unable to go in on account of a severe storm, and stopped at Magdaleiia Bay, bower California, to exchange officers and men of the U. S. steamship Narragansett, at present engaged in surveying the low er coast and gulf. The Montana brings Panama dates to the l.'Uh. Tin' Star and llnald, iv an editorial on the political situation, indicated the probable course vaguely, but surmised trouble ahead, which broke out in a revolution before the steamer left. II was impossible to get later dates or further particulars. . The Montana...

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Bolted. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Bolted. The San Diego World, in its last few issues, has shown a decided tendency towards the Independent movement. Having bolted McNenly for District Judge, .lames McCoy took it to task, and he in time is quite severely handled. The World plants itself firmly on its right as an independent journal to support any man by whose election it supposes the good of the country will be subserved. If this opposition of the World to party trammel is founded on principle, and not on price, if it is unhought, it is significant of a good era coming. Mr. McNealy may be the littest person for the position to which he aspires; he ought to be, he is a Democrat, and id complaint seems to be made against him except his youth—hut, when a party journal, especially one located in a small country town, and consequently dependant ui>on party patronage, dares to bolt the dictum of party from principle, a hope is born that the pristine purity and virtue will return to politics. The Hkkai.d while i...

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Electric Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Electric Clippings. Nkw York, September 80th..—The drain of currency from this city to the country hanks is diminishing, simply because currency is growing more scarce ami demand can only partially he satisfied. The express companies also say that the shipment of currency has fallen off greatly during the past week. SiTi ATiox tn Wall Stkkkt.—A careful review of the situation on Wall street to-day warrants the assertion that we are recovering from the late storm, und that the worst of the trouble is over. Action ok St. LuriM—Sr. Louis, September HO.—The City Council has passed an ordinance providing for the purchase of S.'MNI.INHI of Treasury notes, to circulate during the present money stringency. The Third International Industrial Exhibition, which opened on the Ist inst., at Btitralo, promises to be a great success. At a meeting of the Conservatives held at Madrid on the itoth ult., ami at which Marshal Serrano and Admiral Topete were present, resolutions supjH.rting the Governme...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

MARRIED. HAZARD - GELLER - At San Gabriel Mission October 3d, Mr. Henry T. Hazard and Miss Carrie Geller, both of Los Angeles county. An elegant dessert and a bountiful supply of vvine was received at this office yesterday, from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hazard. That their future life may be unaHoyed with pain, and that they may enjoy health, prosperity and perfect happiness here a hereafler, is the sincere wish of the Herald office.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

MERCED THEATER. ,1, 11. I.KROY MANAOKIt K. MINIS AlllvVl st 11 ituu t:vt:\i\a MT. t. WW« Will "is- prescntc I the grcal sensation Drama, (mill. il. 11 il I*l*l 4* 1 lioiltll. -•or - Sin, Sortowanu Shame! HARRIET IMI "I'll .....M'.MK MARIE DITRKT STHWAItT Kill Tir..., S. W. PIRRf'Y COMIC Si »NO I. BAfiKOWfl 'I'u conclude wiiu tin- laughable (hrec id' Tin: NWJNN ioitaui:. I.IsKTTt: CAUItIK MINIS Box shed for reserved souls open al theatre from in a. M. io ir. m. No extra charge lor reserved neat*. Admission Diess Circle, th fiO eentj«. I'll vale boxen, 15. Uoorx open al 7t*U t'urtitlli rises nl 8. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS is a rs i* 1)1'' I.OS WtJKI-HH. Capital $500,000 JOHN <i. DOWNKY Pmwininrr 1. W. ft EM Al AN... cisuiiH (Exchange fur sale on San lYitucisco. .\eu York. I.oiiilon. Dublin. Fen nk lor I, I'uris mil Iter I ■ it. Hamburg. Receive* Deposit* lind issues lis certificates. Buys ami sells Legal Tenders, Hovel anient. Slate, founty an.l City ...

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

CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS 11 r 1 11: - Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS in i:vi:hv styi.k. Paper Hangings 01 vai h'.l and RhnfceM lines. The Carpet Warehouse Vvll.l. REMOVE -ox*< * Monday, October 6th, 1873, To THE l» i: 10 m I » E2 s l.lltel) OCCUpled b) .1. li. \\ H1..11 I A Co. — This magnlAceiil store has heen entirely A IT 1.1. MXX. OF THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IV AI.I, lIS BHAXCHI'.S. China Mattings, Coil Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES —AND LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. •.e l-1 nils

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Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Amusements. A small but fashionable audience assembled at Merced Theatre last night to witness the beautiful and entertaining comedy the "Honeymoon." The play is mainly composed of plots, deception and scheme, Mr. Piercy in the role of Duke Aranza plays the part valiantly, becomes Infatuated with the beautiful Juliana, Madame Durat, and assumes to be a Duke rich in lands, titles and palaces. Juliana's role is to win the heart of the Duke and after the marriage carry out woman's rights by being master of the house; the Duke's intention is to take her to his "mansion" fitted up for the occasion. She tries to go back on the wedding, He scorns to beat a woman but calmly talks to her. The surprise of Juliana upon entering the mansion of her liege lord can better be imagined than described. Mr. Carpenter in the role of Barthazar carried it on well. He is shocked at the duping of his daughter Juliana by the Dnke Aranza, and thinking the duty of the "Old man" is revenge, prepares to meet hi...

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OUR INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

OUR INDUSTRIES. Tlie Product* an.l factories of l.«»-< Angelea. The beautiful crystal springs of Los I'Vliz raucho with the aid of well applied industry would serve to supply the City of Los Angeles with ample water. The springs being on the same level as the river, considerable water Is allowed to "pass oft' unutilised and to mingle with the less pure water of the Los Angeles river. With but little excavation the springs of Los Fell/, would be sufficient lo give the town all the water needed for domestic purposes. The water from the springs and the river traverse the same ditch as far as the reservoir where screen rods rack all the sediment. From thence the water enters the main, by a sheet iron pipe If inches in diaineterand cemented two inches deep. At the Catholic .cemetery tlie diameter of the pipe is reduced to eight inches and the pipe itself is cast iron instead of sheet. This eight.inch main runs into the town as far as Rpring'strect, where the city supply is dis...

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Pacific Coast News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Pacific Coast News. The "wild man," of which so many accounts have been published, bus at hist been captured, as Mr. Charles Converse informs us. It turns out to be a species of nondescript very like a bear, although It entirely lacks arms "or fore legs, ami walks upright like a man. Mr. Converse thinks it is a deformed bear. Messrs. Shaft (or Shade.) and Johnson, who captured him will be in town to-day. They propose to sell their "catch" to Woodward, and will telegraph to that gentleman iv regard to the ctMtM natures they have secured. The had to shoot and wound him before catching him. Mr. Converse came down from the mountains on horseback and passed the captors of the "What is it" on the way down witli a team. When they arrive we shall be able to learn the full particulars iv regard to this new wonder of tlu- Sierras.--[Tulare Times, of September If tit Here is a case of a stocked 'tin gone to Stockton: Charles H. Tyler was arrested early yesterday morning for running around the ...

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Wilmington Breakwater. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

Wilmington Breakwater. With the kindly escort of General Banning, of Wilmington, and under the guidance of Captain Clinton li. Scars, of the V. S. Engineer Corps, the officer In charge, I walked over every foot of the breakwater thus far constructed and boated along the course of the rest of it. From the inner end starting from and resting upon the southwest corner of Rattlesnake Island it runs southerly to the northwestern corner of Dead Alan's Island. Tlie length of the breakwater is 6*500 feet; its outline is that of a long and gradual curve, an nre of an immense circle, convex toward the south from Which come the heaviest winds and surfs which it will have to withstand. The material is Oregon lir, heavy iron bauds and rods and huge broken boulders of rock. This is what art furnishes, but as fast as art builds out tlie breakwater nature completes Its strength hy washing iv thousands of tons of sand against the windward or tidewnrd side. This deposition has already formed broad ba...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 4 October 1873

AUCTION HOUSE. ( 1 ATEH & NOYEB. vT I 'orner Temple lllock nnd Spring Kl. Auction Business promptly attended to. Social Sales made In any purl of the city or c< maty) Furniture bought *w» sold on Commission. Liberal advuiiccs'inudc on consignments, MttMP

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