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

BAN KING HOUSES. FARMERS AMERCHANTS II A > X OW I.<>H ANdELES. Capital 8500,000 joh.n v. DOWNEY PaastoUrr f, W. HELLMAN Cash IKB Exchange for sale on Nn.. I'ruacUi'O, New York, l.omloii. Dublin, t'raiikl'ort, Pari* anil llerllu. Hamburg. Receive* Deposits and Issues it* certificate*. Huys and mils Ureal Tenders, Government, State. County and city Bonds, will alao pay ihe highest price tor Gold and Silver Hntiion. Kn.in und utter tills date, on nil moneys left us term deposits, Intercut will i»- al lowed, bO* Angeles,alttTy I, IS7I. ocMm DIVIDEND NOTICE. KahmkksA Mian Hants' Hank, i. Los AsOßiiM October y, ists. / A DIVIDEND OF fa PER SHARK bat been declared on the capital stock ofthe Kurniers'and Merchant* 1 I lank Of Los Amietes, payable on ihe iot it insi. ncTinl IMA lAH W. HELLMAN, Cashier. I* A > tk. WM. WOUKMAN. P. I". P. TKMI'I.K. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, IIATCIiKIC-H. TEMPLE BLOCK, WH ANOELEH. Receive Deposits, issue their Cert...

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

The Race of Time Keepers. HARPER & DALTON wholesale KtD RETAIL dealers in Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. ll \ltl'i:i* M OAI/roiN KKl'/r THK t.AItORr»T STOCK irV LON ANIiKLMS OF TUBS MONT VAIIIlil) GOODS. EVERY KIND OF I loiiMcliold l^iit*nit iir< fc „ I*T i I <»lioii i t iir<N Auiii'iiliiiral Implemontw, PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ANI» NKATLY EXECUTED AT U)W RATES. I (i-iik-iiilkt I Ik- A<l<U'i'mh: *.v dai:h», NO. HI MAIN Nl Ull I. ilXtwney'N lllock, I.os A N 4. II IN AO EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL IN3URANCE CO. BRODRICK & CO. (ADJOIN I Nil THE POST-OFFICE, Los ANGELES), *MSfM| BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE aruortmkntjoi* OHioo Ntiitioii<*rc\v Ac N«;liool Hooks. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. A-fgentM foi* Sit ...

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

HOTILB. United States Hotel, I .« >w ,\ Nt < t EGI . ies. < tel. The lanjest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. rp II R r N i> Kus [Q N ED ii EG ■ leave to Inform tha trim iiiiK public thai Hie* have leased Mils WE1.1.-K Now.N HOTEL, mill from their experience oatt truly say thai iikhm permanent and transient hoarders will fiii<l n IU i.M E. Foil PRIVATE FAMILIES We have suites nf Rooms ai innderate prices. Tin' extensive acquaintance we have tunned p-ruiigliout the Rtate with Mm 'l'i'iiv)'lliiii> < 'oiiniin nlt y, la * sufficient guarantee timi ihis House will aiwny* be thoir FAVORITE ItKMOHT, and ws shall endeavor tumaintain our rcpotatlon by THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and (he CHOICEST wines A Nli LIQUORS for our bar., We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. rsa.Ourterrasare moderate, Cull unit ses im, su HAMMRL AND DENKER. or in FELIX OLIVERY'B DASTRY AND CHOP HOUSE, W illie...

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

DOTTER & LORD, NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! LVBSW Al\l> CHOICE <JO<H)S CONSTANTLY ARRIVING, Prioesj Slill I^mUhmml Elegant Parlor Furniture made In order lo still taste of pureanser, at san FliAacloco I'Kn> s, nml nunc (liiiiililc Mm k mm rnnlccd. Mil pert Wuimii, i.imrci mill Mahogany Bed room suits iii remark nMy low rotes, a Imo, Common •ml Median Puralture, of new und novel designs, al prleestn correspond. No second hiiini uimhln bandied by this firm in any shape, n<> misnipresentutlon ul lowed, Pins Mpffng Mattresses v specialty, flreat variety «l Wall Paper. Window Hhudas, Laos und Nottingham Curtains,Cornices,etc.,ate. MusicMtuuds,Piuno Wool* und Puino Covers hi lean than Man Francisco prlcea, Elaborate Ifrupertes turninUed, nl uny design, drawins* ol whleh may be seen on application. Only House in ti iiy whobavea wagon KaraciALiiY iiiiiit lor tim muc an...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald. NUMBER 28. LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1873. VOLUME I.

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JOE GORTON'S PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

JOE GORTON'S PASSENGER. The day was drawing to its close, chill and raw. Lake Village was always gusty, but, just now, the wind was having its own way more than usual, and any passer through the long, bleak street, happening to glance at the window of the little water-side tavern, might well have been tempted by the bright tire and good company inside the bar. There were the usual afternoon loafers, with the exception of one small, wiry looking man, a stranger, who, had stopped to take a glass of some tiling hot, and who, at the moment, was evidently the centre of general interest. " But what is it you know, anyhow, stranger?" usked one of the group. "Gome, now, among friends." "Never you mind," answered the man addressed; " I know enough to shut up John Sawyer a pretty spell,if not to make him swing, and I know how to tell it When the right time comes. Don't you be afraid for that. The day's getting on," he added, abruptly rising and turning toward the window, " and your duck pond ...

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

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. nFFICE—No. 14 Downey'* Block, up-stalrs. oe2-tf * —————————_ DR. A. 8. SHORB, J_£OM(EOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—Nearly opposite tho Poet Offlee. RESIDENCE- No. M Franklin street. oog-tf DR. H. 8. OR ME, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE ANDRESIDENCE-In I.nnfranco's Building, No. "4 Main street. Office Hours from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M., and from 21 o :t P. M. oc2-t f_ DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Ileinsch's Rlock, Commercial nnd Los Angeles streets. iiorHpeelnl nttentlon piild to diseases of tho EYE AND EAR. oc'Mf DR. J. W. OLIVER, JJOMtEOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street, opposite the Mayor's Office. oc2-lptf D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MECHANICAL, OPERATIVE AND BURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE-SI Spring street, next to Fire Engine House. oe2-tf DR. A. LCEBEL, SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST, NO. 24 FOURTH STREET. Corns, Bunions and Ingrowing Nails, cured without Knives, Files or Acids. Moderate churaes nnd...

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

FORWARDING & COMMISSION. J. L..WARD MOO[COMMISSION MERCHANTS -ANI - Manufacturers Agents. AOF.NTS FOR LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION; UNION mum COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO; COMMERCIAL [MARINE] INSURANCE COMPANY. (Combined assets exceed ei4.O00.00O) BABCOCK'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER; BAKER t HAMILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY: THE CELEBRATED BAM WASON; SWAN BREWERY CO.'S ALE AND FOOTER. oc2-lmlp HELLMAN, HAAS & CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of tho choicest Imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 14 and 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., oca] LOS ANGELES. [lm-4p SIMON LEVY, C COMMISSION MERCHANT. J (Joneral denier In nil kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts ofthe United States. Nos. 24 and 84 Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. ocs-ly4p BUSINEB)S 0**08• J. 0. J AOtUtON Keeps all kinds of Lumber, S...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

BAR BERJB— BA T HJH OU Ut. GEORGE REINECKE, Barber Saloon & Bath House. HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING, HHAMhJOINIi, BATHS, Etc. This establishment hus lust been refitted, und, alter having engaged the best Harbors in tho city, T resiM'etfully solicit custom from all who want work executed in the best style. Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a specialty, and has tho ftnest set of Bath Rooms in the city. B£~ I'nderthe Bella I'nlon. oc2-lmlp TONSORIAL PALACE SAM. JONES, PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 78 Main street oc2tf-lp MISCELLANEOUS. REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CHICAGO, II I I VOIN. Cash Capital, . 81,000,000 Braitehea in all t!ic Ntateaul the I'nlon. HAVING NOW COMPLETED the organisation of our l*noifio TJi'triioli., We tnke pleasuro In announcing that our Pacific Coast Stockholders have elected the following well-known citizens ns officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: ['resident: OLIVER ;eldbidge. Viee-PrettUtetit.t: THOS. A. BALL...

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

EDUC ATIQNAL. SPANISH AND FRENCH INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND SPANISH will be given to classes In the at t i i noons or evenings, by MISS JOSEPHINE LINDLEY c TEBXB: To a class of five or less, per lesson |2 00 To a class of any number over five, per lesson 18 00 For further particulars, Inquire at tbe oflicc of the Los Anhklkh Herald, of Lindley * Thompson, or ut tbe Pico House. TESTIMONIALS, University of California, ) Department of Lam.uaoks. V Oakland. July 11. 1872. J Herewith I certify that Miss Josephine Lindhe» has been a student in my department of the University for five consecutive terms, viz: from September, 1870, to April 3d, 1872. During this time she studied the French, the Spnnish and the German languages, obtaining alwuys the highest murks for proficiency and attendance, her average credit mark for five toons being fl per cent. On entering tbe University, Miss Lindley possessed already such knowledge of the French and Spnnish idioms us to be able to speak them with ease...

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The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

The Municipal Election. It is high time that the citizens of Loa Angeles were looking around for auitable men to till the vacancies which will occur in the city government. The election will tako place early in December, and a canvass should immediately be made, not to see who wish to be candidates for Councihnen, and the various other offices, but to find what good men, able men, energetic men, public-spir-ited men, will accept. These offices, although little salary is attached to them, are very important. The life of the city depends upon their being well tilled. They should be tilled by broad men, generous men, who will not place their own personal interests before the interests of the entire city. The city government needs new life, and it is depending upon the coming election to fill this want. Improvements are demanded in all sections. Streets need renovating. The new demands arising from the new character as a railroad and commercial centre, must be provided for. In ten years...

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Winter in the East. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

Winter in the East. The telegraph brings fresh news of commercial failures every day. First from one State, then from another comes an unexpected crash. Mills are stopped and manufactories suspended, banks fail and merchants close up. The main portion of the distress will full on the thousands dependent for support on their weekly wages. Every luxury has it* producer, therefore every economy on the part of the rich must entail a corresponding suffering on the poor; and however commendable the retrenchment may be, it necessitates a want of employment somewhere. Although money is by no means easy here, there seems to be no reason why, at the approach of Winter, subscription boxes should not be placed in the banks, or in the stores ot responsible citizens, which in the depth of the cold weather, might be found to contain tangible and well timed help. As things stand, it seems impossible to hope for anything short of extreme distress in the East during the next four months. Many a man w...

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Curiosity Concerning our Resources Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

Curiosity Concerning our Resources Abroad. A short letter was handed the Herald yesterday, making the following inquiries in reference to tiie great beehive, described in the recent work by our fellow townsman, \V. McPherson, Esq., —it comes all tho way from Herrebonne, Louisiana. "Please be so kind as to give mo the address of some oiie living near the great beerhive you mention in your work on Los Angeles county. California; that I may get a more full description of the locality and nature of the rock, and situation of the hive, and store of honey, and to whom it belongs." Respectfully, Howard B. Bond. The bet •hive described is a sort of marvel in its way, somewhat on the plan of the big trees, the great falls, the gold and silver deposits, etc. For I lie information of the correspondent, it may be stated that the great hive is located iv tho range of the San Fernando mountains, and that the laud is believed to belong to the United Htatss government, and liable to preemption. By ...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

Late Telegrams. KXCI.I HIVKI.V TO THK HERALD. NEW YORK. New York, Oct. SI.-The Erie railroad company is reducing the force along the line ofthe road. Those who are retained to he put on three*fourth*. time. The ferry boats Erie and Delaware collided In the river to-day. The Delaware was cut almost in two. No lives were lost. The Modoc* w ill be permanently le* cated with the Quapaw's, in the Indian Territory. Heenan's funeral takes place to-mor-row. The remains will be taken to Albany for interment. Nkw York, November I.—Stokes left for Sing Sing to-day. Young Walworth, the parricide, wrote that the convicts would get up a grand reception for Stokes as soon as he gets bis hair cut and puts on bis uniform. The banks gained $4,IKK),(HM) in currency at noon to-day. The public debt statements show an increase of $8,089,* 000. (Tallin & Go. notified the associated banks to-day that they are not in need of assistance. The bank committee appointed to examine the affairs of Spra...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. mm • K.\< I.CNIVEI.Y TO I II! BF.KiI.D. SAN FRANCISCO. < In* laAanliiNt tloiicrnl I.atJrauge I'ltNNCuacrf* i>j Orizubu nnd Ventura Appoint ment of John <'. I.aiolil.• 4'oimtx" nt the 11 ni NiiirU-I'ook Stock* Etc. San Francisco, November 1. The Call of to-day publishes serious charges against General LaG range, Superintendent of tne United States Mint, which demand* an investigation. Passengers per Orizaba: For San Pedro- Arthur Brown, N. Gibson wife and child, D. Francis, (i. N. More, W. W. O'Melveny. Mrs. Mel* ncr, Miss Werder, H. Werder, F. A. Ockerbluni, Captain Tlieo. Smith, N. Curtis, Mrs. J. A. Palmer, Mrs. Perry, H. Stark, Miss Bassett, Wm. Bassett, \V. C. Hanna, J. Turner, Mrs. Brown and daughter, James Entevirly wife and child, C. A. Walker, C. Storms, H. Lyons, Mrs. A. Bronson, Miss Kilgore, Mrs. C. Taylor, W. H. Perry daughter and brother, Samuel Dennis, George Perkins. J. J. Meneffe, Mrs. F. A. Taylor,...

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Exchange Saucepan. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873

Exchange Saucepan. 'l'hi'San Diego Union ways: The Galsh boys, of Monseirate, got another big grizzly bear last week at their place! called "Aqua Tepla." Kytan did the shooting. He killed a large grizzly in the same locality last year. Nearly three thousand pounds of honey was brought from Monserrnte last evening by S. (loldbauin. He ships it to San Francisco to-day. The World records an accident to Judge Porter, by which his ahOUidcr was dislocated. Louis Regard, ofMonserrate, assisted by "'2 men, •heated his flock of 8,0(1(1 sheep this fall In three days. It required an ox to provide provender daily. The new Socoro placer diggings give promise of extensive gold beds and brilliant ruby fields. The Grass Valley Union contains an account of the deatli of William Stutridge, who accidentally shot his little son, on the 3d ult. It says that he slowly pined away from grief and remorse, and died of a broken heart. Typhoid fever set in at the last, au hastened his end. It contains also an ...

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

LOST. A VEST, WITH A POLICEMAN'S STAR—Somewhere nenrSuntu AulUi.ou the Angeles raad. Any person tludlng It will conleru l'livnr nml be rewarded for their Rouble, by leaving It nt the Hkrhlu office. oeaitf NOTICE. CIO TO r. B. FERGUSON'S FOB J alfalfa REED. Corner or Hpring und four! streets, Los Angeles. oeSOwl

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