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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
1). A. GORDON has been appointed Traveling Agent for the Hkk.vi.d. He will start to-morrow morning on a canvassing tour, und will be in Anaheim on Friday and Saturday, and its vicinity next week. He will receive and receipt for subscription to the Daily and Weekly Herald.
What Shall We Do with Them ? [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
What Shall We Do with Them ? On her two last trips down the coast the steamer Orizaba brought to this city one hundred passengers at each trip. The last trip of the Mohongo brought eighty-six. The heavy influx ol Fall and Winter travel has hardly begun yet, and we think that one hundred passengers for Los Angeles at each trip of the steamers down the coast is a reasonably low estimate for the season. The boats make five trips per month, and will bring us five hundred people per month, who are for the most part strangers who have been attracted to our shores by the fame which our section has justly acquired throughout the country, as a Winter resort. Probably ten per cent, of the whole are our own citizens, and us many more are destined to Arizona, or to San Bernardino aud other inland towns. This number is much more than made good by the arrivals by the two daily lines of stages from up the coast, so that at least BBQ strangers each month during the next four will visit Southern Cal...
Story of Stevenson's Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
Story of Stevenson's Regiment. In the month of July, l«4b a youth named John \V. Moore, then only 16 years of age, enlisted in Co. D. of Stevenson's California Expedition, or as designated by the War Department, "First Regiment of New York Volunteers." In the year 1849 the father of this young man made applications to the Secretary of War for information regarding his absent son, and received the reply that he was discharged from the service with his Company in October, 1848, at Monterey, California; and although the father (Peter Moore New Brunswick, N. J.) kept up the i earch for information for over twenty years, to none of his letters to former members of that Regiment could he obtain a reply. He was unable to obtain the address of any ofthe former members of Company D., and in 1870 relinquished the search. In the month of September of the present year he learned through a former member of Company H. also residing at New Brunswick, N. J. that Francis D. Clark of New York City, w...
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
Late Telegrams. EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HERALD. POOR SAN DIEGO Failure of the Texas-Pacidc Construction Company. Three Hundred Thousand Dollars of Notes Gone to Protest. BOISTEROUS NEGROES -MILITIA CALLED OUT RAILROAD DIFFICULTIES Government Employes to be Discharged ATTEMPT TO BURN A CITY CHICAGO. CHICAGO, Nov. 5. —A Washington special says Government proposes discharging a large number of employees engaged in the Navy Yards and other public works. It is denied by Lacy of the Navy, who is represented to have state 1 his policy to be. as far as consistent with public interest, to keep all is needed for such labor. There may be, he says, complaints that he is using appropriations for his department rapidly, but lie believes it the duty of Government In such a crisis as the present, to give all aid it can to the material interests of the country. Tiie disposition of the employers in the east, so far as their feeling and purposes can be judged by letters received here, is to reduce the numb...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HERALD. SAN FRANCISCO. 1(1 »«Mly Shooting Air. a.v —Held to Anewer .How MurOi" Cruelty Stocks. etc. San Francisco, Nov. 5. A shooting affray occurred to-night at the corner of Union and Battery streets, in which John Donald was shot and dangerously wounded, by Barney McArravy. The latter was soon after arrested. He claims that Donald seduced his sister. The parties met to-night and quarrelled, when McArravy drew a small Sharp's pistol and fired two shots, the last one struck Donald in the face and ranged inwardly and under the nose. Donald was taken to St. Mary's hospital. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5. Barney Freel, alias Flynn, was held to answer the charge of having murdered Ed. Allen last Saturday night. Eight witnesses testified to his presence in the saloon just prior to the murder. An important witness, Robert Montgomery, the husband of Mary Montgomery, who was sent for two years to San Quentln for murder, testified tlint the defendant Free...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
NEW TO-DAY. lOH CO I &gt;'&lt; II.MAX. Please Announce me as a candidate for the i lontmon &lt; 'ouncil from the Firs! Word, fit the ensuing mnnlclpal election. A. V, WARNER SELLING OUT! MY ENTIRE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE will be sold AT UKK.tTLV ltt:»l &lt;T.» WMCEBm i Intend glrlng op boslness, All parties indebted to the firm will please call snd settle their accounts forthwith, N.JACOBS. Los Nietos, Nov. ."&gt;, 187;t. \v'2 MERCED THEATER. J. H. LEROY MANAGER E. LIPSIS AGENT THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE SEASON. THK FAVORITE ARTISTE, M Al E, Al A if rHI DIT R a: T. will appear lv her world-renowned impersonation of jack HHEPPARD. This character was originally played by her upwards ofifiu nights in the principal cities In the world,nml she Is acknowledged tiv the press mid people to lie the l■ RKATKNT JACK KHKPPARD IN THK WORLD. TH I USD AY KVIAIMJ. NOYKMBKK 0 win be presented the powerful drama of JACK SHEPPARD JACK SHEPPARD...MME. MARIE...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS &amp; MERCHANTS Ii M X Iv OF IjOK anoei.es. Capital 8600,000 JOHN ti. noWNEV. Pwsffpsarr 1. w. HELLM AN r.vsiiiKß Exchange tor sale nn Kan Fraiiciseo. New York, l.oiidozi. Iluhlln. Franklorl. I'ariH aud Berlin. Hamburg. Receive* Deposits and issues Its certificate*, iiin&lt; n.l sells Legal Tender*, Government, State, county and &lt; iiy Bond*. Will also pay the hlgnexi prleo B&gt;r (fold and Silver million, Prom ana after this date, on all moneys left as term deposits, interest will be allowed, Los Angeles, .Inly 1. 1871. nefrlm WM. WORKMAN. K. P. K. TEMIM.K. TEMPLE &amp; WORKMAN, DA NKBRS. TEMPLE HLOCK, LOB ANGELES. flecelve Deposit*, issue their certificate* nnd transact ■ UKNKKAL ntMil.M' BISIXKSS. DfiAW ON THE LONDON ANO SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LIMITED], AT SAN FRANCISCO. !£xchange tor sale on New York, I f lilkibui'u, London, Berlin und Pnria, KVanlifort. Legal Tenders. Bullion, Gold Dust and Government, State, County...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
NEW TO-PAY. S. LAZARD &amp; CO.'S GRAND o l » E! IS I?v (i ] i ■ i -OF— i i 4 I FALL &amp; WINTER GOODS |! i - ON - Monday, Nov. 3, 1873, COMPRISING A most SELECT STOCK Off i i THE LATEST STYLES OK Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing, CONSISTING IN IMRT OK 03 Pieces all Wool Striped Po.ollns, At 50 I'cuts per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaldj, At 30 &lt; 'cuts per Yard ; 60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, Atii2 , „ Centa pet Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At62'. Cents per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Black do, At 62. Cents per Yard. —AtSO- ■ 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, in different qualities; 20 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redingote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc, Etc. ALSO. FULL LINKS Of Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALSOThe Ureatcst Novelty of the Season, Imported expreaaly tor thl« market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, E...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
FOR SALE TO LET. XrE RANCHO DE LOS FELTZ, Hi in - property &lt;-r LBOS BALDWIN, containing anoul 400 acres of irrigable land, 2SOO acres of (grazing land, sn«l 1200 acres of hill land, Q/ t MILKS FROM TIIK CITY. There are two largo and well furnished houses, tilled up with all modern Improvements, on the ranch; one or which stand* lv the oonlerof a large and beautiful garden, iipproacbed by a private road. Tho river flows at the foot ofthe rne.iuows adjacent to the hoiise,nnd game of every kind is abundant all over the ranch. The Dairy is built of brick, ami has accommodations for ..he milk of 150 cows,and the corrals, stables, out-bulldlngs, etc., are all In perfect order. There are six miles of good post and plunk fencing on the properly, and tbe situation Is one of the lovelie.,! in southern California. TERMS—One-third cash, one-third in six months, ana Ihfl balance at one, two or three year*, bearing Interest at one per cent, per 'month, at I he option Ofthe purchaser. u...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
LOCAL BREVITIES. The teacher* have their headquarthe tersat Lafayette hotel. One team left for Cerro Gordo yesterday, with goods for \V. B. Mr. M. A. Colder has started a market on Fort street, and is sending out a delivery wagon. Dr. (jreleieh reports that Oervasio Valeneio is still alive, but seldom conscious for more than half an hour at a time. There are no quotations of xohi or greenbacks in consequence of yesterday being observed in New York as a general holiday. Oaly four teachers were absent from the convention yesterday. They, contrary to the law, preferred to remain at home and teach. Two Spaniards and one Frenchman confronted his honor yesterday, charged with drunkenness. One was mulcted and two are In durance vile. Dr. Stanway has a yearling colt at Geo. Butler's'stable, which stands 15 hands high and weighs 1,000 pounds. He is bred from one of the Dr.'s thorough bred mares. The "Teachers' Institute," now in session in this city, has instituted unusual activity in the cu...
COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Second l&gt;n.v. The assembly opened literally and metaphorically with streaming colors. The janitor had the " old nag dying" outside, and inside ull were interested and attentive. The following additional persons were present: Messrs. Shroad, Newton, Kramer, Starke, Los Angeles; Mr. Brooke, ex-Superintendent of San Bernardino county, and Mr. Spencer, of Tuolumne county. The following additional teachers were present: R, B. Warren, T. K. McDowell, Jos. Smith, Miss Marquis, Miss Austin, Miss DesUrange, Miss Kttie Bogles and Mrs. Rogers. The critic's report was read, and considerable comment and merriment was had In its amendment. Tiie Superintendent elect, Mr. Feck, and Mr. Brook of San Bernardino, were added to the list of Vice-Presi-dents. Mr. Lucky raised the question Whether teachers were bound of necessity to follow the State course of school books and grading. If there was no compulsion, what was the necessity of the law? It was moved that th...
Good Templars' Social. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
Good Templars' Social. The accommodations of the Good Templars' Hall were taxed last evening to the uttermost. The members of the Teachers' Institute attended by special invitation, and there was quite a large number of young ladies and gentlemen in addition to the usual f;ueeta. Some remarkably good readngs were given and some very pleasant music rendered, and the organization must have been very gratified at the success of the social.
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. A desrtiptiou of v hotel hardly comes under the definition proper of :i "business house," ami yet there is more business probably transacted within Its walls than in many houses specially devoted to commerce. A hotel is a business Institution in the highest sense. Its head has to overlook and supervise the help of the house, personally Superintend the marketing, attend to the books, and do a thousand things from morning to night, either connected witli the comfort of his guests, or the better regulation of his house. The Lafayette House, under the proprietorship of Chris Fluhr, is situated opposite the new Clarendon Hotel, on Main street, and has a frontage of 112 feet. The old hotel stool back some forty feet from the street, and the work of building the new house was commenced in June las!. The whole of the front wall of the old house was taken down, reminding one at the time of those skeleton doll's houses of one's childhood, where the tiny inmates could be s...
Telegraph Stage Line. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
Telegraph Stage Line. Arrivals—T. Phillips, W. H. Sperrved, H. VV. Powell, Peter Miller. Departures—T. (\ Dotter, J. Duniap, S. S. Houshy, F. P. F. Temple, T. C. Winans, Malar H, Hancock, Petrovltch, Mrs. Gormans. Nan llcranrriiiHi Line. Arrival—-Anderson, 15. Carter, Miss E. Tylor, James Wells, William Holm, T. H. Wagner, L. Lazarus. Departures—L, P. Leeds, Mr. Bovard and wife, Janes Grant, and one ot her. Sail DO-;;,. Mllit'C 1.0k 1 . Departures -J. R, Gregory, Wilcox, W. H. Bpurgeon. Arrivals —A. Ellsworth, ('. Behrent, one other.
THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
THE COURTS. District Court W iDXKV, 3. TIKSDAY, N( V.'Ulber J. The Grand Jury In Mill In session transacting business, and preparing their report. t'O'.mt.T Court HKPUI.VEDA, J. Tvk.suav, No vein bar t. Court met pursuant to adjournment. Tbe Mayor and Common Council vs. Chas. J. Wlngartner—Administration suit. Defendant protests that the stree! to be opened is not for a public highway, but is tor the benefit Of one individual. The Court baring bad satisfactory proof that sufficient and legal notice has been given in the above case, appoints Lottta Messmor, Frank Lecouvreur, it. F. Johnson, Joseph \v. Wolfshill and 11. )'. Harrows as Commissioners, to ascertain the compensation; and the Court further orders, that the first meeting of suid Commissioners shall lake place on Saturday, the IStli day of November, at 10 o'cljck A. M., lv Ihe County Clerk's office, in title city. l*ro|»atc Court SEPULVEDA, J. TUESDAY, November i. In tiie matter of J. Traffbrd vs. o. VV*. Ciilda, Administrat...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I »ori oi'San Pedro. Arrived. Nov. tth—Steamer 01 pay, Bognrl; curgo of powder, combustibles and general merchandise. DUPUY &amp; COS CITY OMNIBUS LINE! DUNS ON MAIN STREET FROM 1\ THE I'D A/. A TO WASIIINUTON GARDEN, EVERY HALF HOUR' \V IJ V h" OO T I 'V, when DUPUY will carry you in hu elegant 'tins, at TWELVE FARES EOR A.DOLLAHT novtp-iir
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
WANTS. [Wants pub I Idled ut the rate cents per line forearh insertion, or 10 cents per line for three Insertion*. No advert semetrl under lliis In ad taken lor less than i&gt; rents.] WA NT E D—A SITUATION AS liook-keeper or writer iv an offlee; good reference given, Address "X," at this olHce. hovl'vit WANTED— A YOUNG MAN who writes a good hand, and Is a thorough book-keeper and accountant, wants employment. Is willing to work hard. Inouirc at nrtODRICK'H Book Store. _ m ™*3__ WANTED— A MIDDLE A(JEI) lady wishes a situation In Ihe country as housekeeper. The entire charge desired. Address Ukhai.o office. no3-3t* "VI/"ANTED—A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, IS &gt;\ to IS years old, for a hotel. Apply at this office. ggjgjjj WANTED— A SITUATION AS LADIES' N CRSE. Inquire ut No. 127, corner of springjund_Fourth jUreets. 0c27"5t \\ r A NTED—A YOUNG MAN OF it good business ability, who can give tl rat-class reference, wants employment In or near the cltv. Apply to Post master Bent....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 5 November 1873
BOOK A N D JOB PRINTI N G . THE HERALD J O B PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, LOS ANGELES. THK attention of the business com- ■*• munlty of Los Angeles city and county is Invited to the facilities of this offlee for executing every description of BOOK© JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner in which a great part of tho Job Printing in southern California has hitherto been executed, the proprietors of this establishment have determined to Institute a new order of things in this business. A NEW POWER PRESS, (the first to reach this far south on the Pacific Coast), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or in colors, is already running, and In a few weeks will be driven by STEAM POWER, which will also be attached to their new and ELEGANT «Tol&gt; lr*l»©»»©». The facilities for turning out work wllljthus be equal to most and superior to many offices In San Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP KB W THCJP X AND MATERIAL, of the most...