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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
BARBERS-BATH HOUSES. GEORGE REINECKE, Barber Saloon &amp; Bath House. HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING, SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Kir. This establishment has Just been refitted, and, after having engaged the hest Itarlicrs iv the city, I respectfully solicit custom from all who want work executed in the best style. Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a specialty,und has the finest set of Hath Rooms Iv the city. Bar* Under the Bella Union', nc2-i mi p TONSORIAL PALACE SAM. JONES, PROPRIETOR ART) MANAGER Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. Shaving and Bathing Emporium, No. 7K Main street - oc2(l-lp PROF. GREEN'S BARBER SHOP, "V"EXT TO ( JATES &amp; NOTES' AND -LN untlcr tbe "Express" oliice, TEMPLE BLOCK. As Prof. Green has the best available assistants to be procured in the State, Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing Will be performed In the best style of the tonsorial art. • ocs-lm CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. L. LICHTENBERCER, (Successor to Roeder A Lichtenbergcii, jyjANUFACTVRER OF Wagons. Buggies. Carria...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. OFFICE Nil. il Downey's Block,upstairs, _ oe'.'-tl DR. A. S. SHORB, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE Nearly opposite the post Office. RESIDENCE No. 13 Franklin street, oc2-tf DR. H. S. ORME, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDEKCE in Lanfranco's Building, No. 71 Main street. Office Hours from lo A. M. to 1 P. M., nnd from 2 to :! P. M. oelMf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, office AMD RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's lllock, Commercial and Los Angeles streets, par* Special attention paid to diseases nf the EYE AN'H BAR. oet-tf DR. J. W. OLIVER, JJOMiEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spring street, opposite the Mayor's ( Klice. octMptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, ME f!H AN IC AL, OPF.RATIVE AND SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE- .10 Spring street, next to Fire Englue House. oe'.'-tf DR. A. LCEBEL, QURGEON AND CHIROPODIST, k5 No. 21 FOURTH STREET. Corns. Bunions and Ingrowing Nails. cured Without Knives, Files or Acids. Moderate charges and s...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
FORWARDING &amp; COMMISSION. J. L. WARD &amp;ICO. i COMMISSION MERCHANTS -ANDManufacturers Agents. AOKKTg POM LONDON ASSURANCE COLORATION; UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL I MARINE! INSURANCE COMPANY. (Combined assets exceed g14.00A.000i BABCOCX'S m EXTINCUIShB; BAKER &amp; HAM I TON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINEHV: THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND FO.VTEfI. nc2-lmlp HELLMAN, HAAS &amp; CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE EOR sale THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes, RLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. M and io Los Aiigcles and Commercial sts., oc!| I,OS ANGELES. [Im-4p SIMON LEVY, ( 10MMISSI0N MERCHANT. General denier in all kinds of COUNTRY PKonrcTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments lo all parts of Ihe United States. Nos. 24 nnd .14 Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. oc.'rly4p —■—ssss—t BUSINESS CARDS. J. G...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
MISCELLANEOUS. I*S3l 3 1 &lt; iv. i O LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. Cash Capital, . $1,000,000 BrnnclicM in nli tiie SiaO'Mof the I .Goo. HAVING NOW COMPLETED . the organization of our l J *i&lt;*iiif» Pl*e%li&lt;aH&lt; We take pleasure in announcing that our Pacific Coast Stockholders have elected the following well-known citizens as officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: President/ OLIVER iELDKIDGF. i'ice- Prtttdtntu THOS. A. BALL, WM. R. WHEATON A. L. GI'RNKY Secretary pro teni JAS. T. BOYD. Attorney THOS. BROWN Treasurer CHAS. BI'RRELI Medical Examiner ExrnttUe ('mnmittrr: OLIVER ELDRIDGE, JOS. A. DONOHOE, JAS. T. BOYD, OEO. W. BEAVER, CHAS. BI'RRELL, THOS. BELL, E. B. PER BIN. Direr lern OLIVER ELDREDGE.LELAND STANFORD GEO. W. BEAVER, THtis. BROWN, N. G. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN. JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. 11. SELBY, JAS. T. BOYD, H. F. MORROW, C. I. lIRENHAM, S. F. BUTTERWORTH M. D. SWEENY, GEO. H. WHEATON, I. FRIEDLANDER, WM. BTRIJNG, A. BLACK, T...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
1 EDUCATIONAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH TNSTRtfCfriON IN FRENCH AND a. SPANISH will be given to classes In the afternoon, or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY T X X M N: To a class of five or less, per lesson $2 00 To a class ot nnv number over live, per lesson $:| U0 For further particulars, Impure at ike office of the Los Anoki.ks HKSAU), Of Lindley A Thompson, or at the Pico House. TEST IMONIALS: I'nivf.rsitv of California, ) dki'ahtmknt of languages, r OAKLAND, July 11. 1*72. ) Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Undle "uas been a student in my department Of the University for five consecutive terms, viz: from September, IS7O, to April 3d, 1872. During tills time she studied the French, the Spanish and the German languages, obtaining always IRS highest marks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit mark lor five terms lieing H7 per cent. On entering the University, Miss Lindley Possessed already such knowledge of the rcneh and Spanish Idioms us lo be able to speak them ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
MERCHANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAILOR— MAIN HT., near WELI.S.FARGO A To Makes the most fashionable style of C 3 XJ OTHING to he obtained In the southern country. Also a large stock of ttio Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Heavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet and Milk Vestings, etc. A fit guaranteed. Hefers to the principal gentlemen of tbeclly for whom he hus made clothing. No necessity to send to Han Francisco for good fitting suits. oc2lf-4p ADAM * NELSON. Merchant Tailors, HAVING ESTABLISHED THEMNelveN nt the old stand of 1.. Peter, opposite the Poet-OlHee, SPRING STREET, are prepared to all ALE ORDERS In the Latest A Most Fashionable Styles. A fine assortment of Cassimeres, Vestings. And everything In the line always on hand. t&amp;~ A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. Give us a Call. oc2-lmlp I. HAUCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. 6 COMMERCIAL STREET. All the LATEST STYLES received by every steamer, and made up in the latest styles and most suitable manner, and on tho mos...
Failure of Thomas Scott to Negotiate his Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
Failure of Thomas Scott to Negotiate his Bonds. The announcement that Thomas Scott has failed for the present, in negotiating his bonds, will be received with regret by all in this portion of the State and country. Now work will be necessarily suspended. Only so much will be done as will keep the contract with the government intact. It is probable, though, that before many months the loan can be negotiated, and the work carried ou with vigor. This blow, of course, will be injurious to the present interests of southern California, but it will fall more lightly on Loa Angeles than on the other cities in this locality. The Southern Pacific has been rapidly building its road during the past Tew months, and has its arms reaching out from Los Angeles 25 miles in four directions. They may stop when their contract with the county is completed; but this will not be injurious. It will enable the country to grow to the railroad development, and the immigration will be confined to more narrow b...
Exchange Sauce-Pan [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
Exchange Sauce-Pan The San Diego World haa two operatic hurdy-gurdies who take well; an account of the killing of a three hundred pound buck, and the involuntary bath of officer Pierce, of the Orizaba; says the contract for digging the reservoir is let to S. P. Christianson; and says that San Diego is more talked of in Chicago than any other "rising" place in the United States. The Grass Valley Union says: Dr. Waukee is a celebrated physician of Chinatown. He has a large practice among the Caucasians. He requests us to say in the paper that the ".uellican sick people eattee too d—n much, aud no gettee well." We have said it.
Facetious. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
Facetious. As the session of the State Grange draws near its close, the members felt somewhat better, and adopted tho following: Resolved, that after meeting together and comparing notes, we as ''Grangers" have much cause to rejoice and be glad, at the general prosperity and healthful condition of our Granges throughout the State. As a reason for the foregoing conclusion we mention the condition of the Granges in some ofthe counties of the State as a fair average. The Granges of Napa rejoiced in spring-time, over their "Mayflekls " green with the promise of a plentiful harvest, in which they were not disappointed, and having their good "lisher" and plenty of trout in their beautiful mountain streams, they have a bountiful harvest feast. The Sonoma Granges having good crops and having received high prices with smiling faces and loving hearts, meet together and are " Merry " as marriage bells. The Grangers of Solano "Haile" with joy their "Merriflelds " resounding with the harvest son...
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
Late Telegrams. EX&lt; 1.1 NIYKI.Y TO THK IIERAI.U. Stokes Convicted of Man-slaughter-Sentenced to Four Years Imprisonment. The Centreville Mob Story a Hoax. Failure of L. &amp; W. Sprague. of Rhode Island. Gloomy outlook for Working People in the East. Kalli*on&lt;l Aooidontn. NEW YORK. New Yoke, Oct. 30.—A dispatch from Wilmington, Delaware, ways Captain Dougherty, chief clerk of the postoffice has been held to bail to explain a deficiency in his account. Joseph Arch will be the guest, today, of Demas Barnes and Henry Ward Beecher. The failure of Hoyt, Sprague &amp; Co., of Providence, R. 1., is announced. They say they have no statement of their affairs to make to the public just yet. The creditors and friends of the firm are in council, and it is expected that an extension w ill be given. The temporary suspension of C. Mielmann, Schmidt &amp; Co., has taken place. The firm is in the produce export trade, and the suspension is said to be of...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. CX« 1,1 NIVELY TO Till: HERALD. SAN FRANCISCO. Professor La)'* Matrimonial Frogranyne Arrested for Assault Ncbool Department Fund Exhausted Slocks Etc BAN Francisco, Oct. 30. Professor A. A. Lay took out a marriage license for himself and Miss May Smith this afternoon. They will be married on Sunday in the balloon, at the City Gardens, by Justice C. F. Townsend while nine hundred feet up. The balloon will then be hauled down and the wedding repast taken, during which time the balloon will be inflated to its fullest capacity, and then the professor and his wife, accompanied by professor King will ascend, and go on their bridal tour. The balloon is the same in which Austin and Clough lately ascended and descended into the ocean. John Russell was arrested this afternoon for assaulting Thomas Kelly with intent to murder him. Kelly, who lives on l'oint Lobos road, says Russell came to his house at an early hour this morning and accused him of harboring his wife. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
NEW TO-DAY. Eight Mile House. MRS. DONALDSON, OF THE Eight Mile House, Cowango l'uss, announces that she will receive a few gentlemen 10 board. No pains will bo spared to add to their comforts, with facilities for going and coming from the oily. oc.'il-tf Notice to Creditors. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF Ihe CpUnty Of U&gt;s Angeles. Htale of California.— Estate of John Ilorn, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, udmlnlstratrlx ol said estate, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit Ihcin with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, al her residence near the Sisters' Hospital, or at the utllec of her attorneys, Hubbell A Mitchell, In Temple's lllock,in tneCltv and County of l,os Angeles. SI Alt V JANE DORK, Administratrix of tho F.stute of John burn, deceased. Dated at Eos Angeles, October 30, 1873. oc3l-tw JUST OPENED! rpilE FORT STREET MARKET...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
WANTS. [WallUl published ut the rate of i&gt;', cents per lino for each Insertion, or 10 cent* pt r line lor three insertions. No advcrtisi men! under this head taken lor lean than 2ocent*.J TTITANTED- A SMART, Al TIVE BOY, 15 &gt;&gt; to IS year-eld, lor a hotel. Apply at this office. ociu:lt_ "IITANTED— A SITUATION AS LADIES' ff NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of Spring|und fourth streets. oc27*ot TITAN TED- A YOUNG .MAN OF T T good business ability, who can give first-class reference, wants employment In or near the city, Apply to Po4tm inter Bent, i ic^yyt WANTED— -FIVE WOMEN TO sew carpets. At the'Carpc: Warehouse —7a Main street. Downey Block. oc2i*f 11/ANTED—9IO,OOO TO LOAN ON H BOtes, in sums of IMD to fcitW. Apply to oc22tf B. H. BLAUOHT. 11/ ANTED— A RENTER FOR 240 n acres of land. Possession given tmmediately. Apply to S. 11. SLACOHT. 11/ ANTED— MONEY TO LOAN T T on good security at 1 to 2 percent, per mouth. Apply to s. 11. si. AI OHT. 11/ ANTED...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
FOR SALE TO LET. FOR SALEm W?L RANCHO DE LOS FKLIZ. I j The property &lt;&gt;i LEON BALDWIN, containing about 490 acres of Irrigable land, 2000 acres of tgraxing land, ami 1200 acres of hill land, t'i MiI.KS FROM THE CITY. There ate two large ami well furnished houses, fitted up v.ilh all modern Improvements,on the ranch; one Of WhlCb stands lv the center of n large ami beautiful garden, approached by a private road. The river BOWS at the loot of the meadows adjacent to the household game of every kind Is abundant idl over the ranch. The Dairy is built of brick, and has accommodations for ..he milk of 150 cows,and the corrals, Btabtca, out-bulldlnga, etc., are all in perfect order. There are six ttllles of good post and plank fencing on the property, and the situation is one of the loveliest In Southern California. TKRMS--one-third cash, one-third In six months, and tbe balance al one, two or three years, bearing Interest at one per cent, pet mouth, at the option of ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
CARPET WARIHOUtIOOLUMH CARPETS OE THK — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL OLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings Of varied and choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse HAS REMOVED -ONMonday, October 6th, 1873, -TO THE— PREMISES l—tely occupied by J. H. Waiou r A Co. This magnifier ut store has been entirely it bn ova. r r c o A FULL LINE OF THK RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS 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. Mb&gt;l«tNM
Theater. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 31 October 1873
Theater. The theater was crowded last night, on the occasion of Mr. Fenton's benefit. To say that the play was a success, would not be altogether just to the audience, who; noticed the many imperfections, and, with the character* istic lenity of Los Angeles people, passed them over uncomplainingly. The jealous Moor was impersonated by Mr. Saxon in a manner which undoubtedly does him credit, considering the short time in which he had to commit the lengthy and dialogistic part, yet open to critioisui in enunciation anil gesture. - Sam.- Pierey Was born for "lago." This we say as the highest compliment to his acting. Fenton was positively good as Cassio; Miss Lipsis irresisttbly funny as Roderigo; Miss Leigli excellent as Desdeniona; Madame Duret grand as Amelia; and Mr. Brownhart was reasonably comendable as Brabant io. In the farce, Fenton, Barrows, and Miss Lipsis fairly excelled themselves, and the extreme silliness of the play kept the audience in convulsions of laughter from lirs...