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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1873

4 y os Jtttfleks iterato. ■ ■' ' >m - -■ — The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1873. Failure of Thomas Scott to Nego tiate his Bonds. The announcement that Thomas Scott has failed for the present, in ne gotiating 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 nego tiated, and the work carried ou with vigor. This blow, of course, will be inju rious to the present interests of south ern California, but it will fall more lightly on Loa Angeles than on the other cities in this locality. The Southern Pacific has been rap idly 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 com pleted; but this wi...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1873

CITY A.?"?!* SUBURBB. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. it. M. Widney, District Judge 17t« Judicial District, composed of Los Angeles county. Court meets In February, May, August and November. ignaeio Sep ilveda, (ounty Judge. Court Commissioner, J. < J. Howard. State Senator, B. D. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Tims. D. Mott and Asa Fills. Sheriff, Wm. It. Rowland; Under Sheriff, Albert D. John-ton; is-piHv sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. Counts Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W. G.iuld and S. if. Mott. District Attorney, c. K. Thorn; Assistant, K. M. Boss. County Treasurer, Thomas K. ltowan. Superintendent of Public Reboots, William MoFaddcn. public Administrator, Oeorge Carson. County Surveyor, F. Leeouvreur. County Assessor, D. Botiller. Coroner, Joseph Kurt/.. County Hoard of Supervisors- Chairman, It. Forsmun; A. L. Bush, K. Palomaiev, s. B. Caswell, CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J. it. Tobermiin. Marshal, J. it. Wolfe. Treasurer, Oeorge ft. BnOtfrj •, !"!-.'••■ . Attorney, A. W. Hutton. Clerk, M. Kr...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald LETTER FROM SOLEDAD. Phizano, Los Angeles County, 1 October 23, 1873. f Editor Herald:—The permanent population of this town is quite limit ed—not more than 30 in all. About 20 are native Californians—men, women and children. Of the 10 Americans, eight are men and two are women. Rut there is almost daily an accession of travelers, prospectors, miners, hunt ers, laborers or teamsters, some of whom manage to tarry a few days und keep the hotel table reasonably well rilled. So far, there seems to have been no breach of the laws, and no necessity for expensive municipal gov ernment. There is No Town Council—No Judiciary—No INtllee. It is neither a commercial nor man ufacturing town, although there are two quart/ mills in the vicinity, that were used for crushing ores from the neighboring mountains. Expensive labor—high rates of transportation, and only a moderate yield of mineral, place a balance on the wrong side, and work was suspended until more fav orable auspices...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1873

VOLUME I. QnstUs pKmiUl Is Published every morning except Monday, hy THE IIEHAI.O PIUVIIX. COMPANY. OFFICE Heralil Steam nook anil Joh Printing House, Spring street, opposite the l 'ourt House. TERMS: I vr annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " " (I Three months " " v 3 Delivered by curriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted nt liberal rates. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Lo* Angeles Lodge No. 42— Meets first Mon day In themotith, at 7:30 P. M. Royal Arch Chapter, K. A. M„ No. 33 -Second Monday in each month, at l :30 P. M. IVnfalpha Lodge No. 202-Thlrd Monday in each month, ut 7:30 p. M. fhe Council—Fourth Monday in each month, at 7:30 P. M. Council No. 11, R,'. A S.\ M.\ —(Yeur de Leon Com'dery No. (>, K.\ T.'.—Stated conclaves third Thursday in each month, 7:30 P. M. odd-pellows. Angelito Lodge No. 10ft—Mondays at 7::io P. M l<os Angeles Lodge, No. 35—Wednesdays, at 7:10 P. M. Golden Rule Lodge No. pin- Fridays,7ti» P.M .South Star Degree Lodge— Ktrst und Th...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SATURDAY ....NOVEMBER 1, 1873. THE WEEKLY "HERALD" Will be published this afternoon. It will contain 30 columns of reading matter, well selected. It has letters from Los Nietos, Wilmington, Sole dad and other places of interest. It has the latest telegrams, an.l very full local intelligence. The Sausal Redondo Decision. Our dispatches this morning an nounce a final decision by the Secre tary of the Interior, of the very im portant land case involving the title to about 25,000 acres of land adjoining this city. The decision gives the set tlers and those persons who were associated with General Rosecrans in the location of school lands, the lands in controversy. The importance of this decision will be better understood by a brief review of the history of the contest of the past five years. The Rancho Sausal Redondo y Gua spita was granted to Antonio Ygnu cio Abila by the Mexican Govern ment about 1840. In 1858 the grant to Ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1873

CITY A>D SUBUKBB. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. 11. M. widney, District Judge i:t». Judicial District, OOinUOMd of Los Angeles county. Court meets lv February, May, August nnd November. Ignacio Scpulveda, County Judge. Court Commissioner, J. (J. Howard. .State Senator. B. I). Wilson. Members of Assembly, Tbos. D. Mott and Asa Kills. Sheriff, Wm. R. Rowland; Under Sheriff, Albert D, Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W. Oould and S. H. Mutt. District Attorney, C. K. Thorn; Assistant, K. M. Ross. County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan. Superintendent or Public Schools, William MeKadden. Public Administrator, (ieorge Carson. (.'ounty Surveyor, F. Locouvreur. • County Assessor, D. Botlller. Coroner, Joseph Kurtz. County Board of Supervisors—Chairman, H. Forsman; a. l. Bush, F. Pntomares, 8. B. Caswell. CITY OKKICKRS. Mayor, J. It. Toberman. Marshal, J. R. Wolfe. Treasurer, (ieorge K. Rutler. Attorney, A. W. Hutton. Clerk, M. Kremer. Surveyor, William...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1873

$0$ Itttfjrtfs- Sfratrt. Irrigation. How Can we Procure a Mufticienf Amount of Water Ibr Irrigating PnrpoaenT There is, porhnps, DOport ion of the universe more susceptible of improve ment thun the great valley of Los Angeles county, hut the qaaitlon arises, how can a sufficient amount of water be procured for the purpose and not he subject to the control of specu lator aud monopolists, but bo tin- pub lic property and be coiitroled by the people or by commissioners elected for the distribution thereof, and with only a slight tax to defray the expense of distribution, and of keeping ditches in repair? It seems that a sufficient amount of water falls during the rainy season, if properly saved in reservoirs, to irrigate every foot of land in the State of Cali fornia. There are many places along the foot hills, that with comparat I ye lit tle labor would retain a vast amount of water, which, if properly used during the summer months, would make our dusty plain at once a garden of fruit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 November 1873

VOLUME I. stoji Attftto KctaM. ■ . .■' ..- — — : -« v Published every morning except Monday, by THE IIKRAI.It PRINTING (OJIPAXY, OFFICE—Herald Steam Hook nml Job Printing- House, sprint; oteuet, opposite the * 'ourt House. JOE GORTON'S PASSENGER. The day was drawing to its close, chill and raw. Lake Village was al ways 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 loaf ers, 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 in terest. " 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...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 November 1873

%n §,«gtttj ijkralcl. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SUNDAY .NOVEMBER 2, 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 govern ment. 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 be fore 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 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 November 1873

CITY AIVD HTJBTJIIMS. »*_ Every stylo of ralntlng and Glazing done In the highest style of art, nnd nt reason able rates, by c. Raphael A Co. «v>. All mun ought to know that all kinds of gentlemen's ('lathing will bo made with neat ness and dispatch by a regular tailor. The making and trimming of woolen Mill cloth Is a specialty at D. W. Fltspatrlok'a, corner of Court and Spring streets. * B«r.I. Colin keeps line Havana and Domes tic Cigars. No. ill Main street, Dnwncy.sHlocl;, Thompson A (lerson's saloon. The melancholy days have come, The saddest of the year— Of Weeping winds and walling woods, And meadows brown and sere. But nature has one recompense She never bad before; For all the people come for clocks, At Fisher A Co's store. VA. The tide of immigration Is steadily set ting in, and the tirst thing eastern people do Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of Desmond. They say there is no comparison between the two. a LOCAL BREVITIES. The daily arrivals nml d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Oct. 20th, 1873. Editor Hekald -This is indeed a trying period for the business commu nity of this great metropolis. Turn to which side we may, the cry is the same —no business, no money, no collecting of accounts, and as a result hundreds, yea thousands, of men and women are being thrown out of em ployment each week. A general im pression prevails that a reduction in the price of all articles of manufacture, wages, etc., must take place during the present winter;—in fact many be lieve a return to specie payments will be urged in Congress at its next com ing session and in the event of such a change, the value of everything must surely undergo a great shrinkage. At lirst all must feel the loss or dam age, but in the end a general good and benefit will result. It is a notorious fact that the lejitirnate expense of every branch of business conducted in this city during the past five years lias been entirely too great a burden, and in many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1873

VOLUME I. wtt —. .. . — —: : ; : T y= --• U IHtbllthiHl every morning except Monday, hv TIIK HKBAI.D PBICTI3CI roiii'AVV. OFFICE- Herald Meant hook mil Joi> I'riiiMn,; HoOMe, street, opposite the (Vmrt Housr. TKHMK; Per annum, by m ill or espreiw 110 six monthj •■ 11 ii Ttarea months " " • :< IMivered l>y carriers, per VTeck cents Advertisement*) Inserted nt liberal nnos. ADDRESS Delivered byvV. M. McFaddcn. County Super ntendent of Public Instruction, before the Teachers' Institute in this City. Nov. iith. Lutlics and Qt>nUemen t and F<lt<>w- Cititen»; Again we have assembled in convention to discuss various Subjects of mutual interest and prolit, pertain ing to our profession. We can be engaged In no subject of greater im portance than the promotion of the welfare of our common schools; they Immediately underlie the characteris tic features of our social system, and all the fountains of that wide-spread intelligence which, like a perennial vitality, pervades t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1873

£0$ StttfttbJ Smtl The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. /TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1873. The Chamber of Commerce. It is said that no one is so zealous as a new convert. He exhorts, appeals, entreats, eXj>ofltulates. He goes be yond what is meet that his zeal may be known. The HKRALD has tried to avoid this. It has held back that other newspapers and other i>ersons should take the lead. No body is of so much importance to Los Angeles as its Chamber of Com merce. Through this body the people unite and work together for their com mon individual interest, when the common government cannot go, has no authority. It appoints committees to investigate; it raises funds to carry on improvements; it secures union, and united efforts. One man can a< compUah little, but a hundred in a Chamber of Commerce representing 10,000 In a city, can accomplish won ders. They can secure the building of railroads and hotels, tho establishment of steamship Hues, the abatement of nuis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1873

( ITV A!M> SIIM 14IJS. MA. Every style of Fainting find Olimlng done In the lilghesl style ofhrf, and at raasoti able iun--., by ('. Haphael A Co. tt»; All 111 II (limllt In know thill » M klllds nl i; nUein'TiN Clothing will bo made with neat ivwis end iiNu.tU'h by a regular tailor. The making nndtrimmingiiTWnriToti Mill cloth is ii specialty at i>. w. Fitspatrloß's, coroerof Court ami Spring street*. awJ. Cohn kocpaflne Havana and Dofvesf tii - Cigars, Ho. m Main street, l>owrn\v,s llloek, Thompson A Qarson'S saloon. The melancholy days have tome. The saddest of the yenr— of weeping winds and w ailing woods, And meadows brown nnd sere. But n uure has one recompense Hhe never had before; For all the pnnple come for clocks', Al Fisher A (V* store, ■A. The tide of Immigration Is rfteadlly set* ting in, and tbe first thing eastern people do Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of Dkmmoxd. They say there is no comparison between tbe two. LOCAL BREVITIES. Judg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1873

Si* Rmttd. ALL SORTS. A young man iv Troy owes his life to n shawl pin. While walking in the sub urbs he was attacked by a vicious dog, and thrown to the ground. A compan ion trie I In vain to rescue hint, when lie drew a shawl pin from his coat and plunged it into the dog's nose. This forced him to release his hold, und sent him Off g howling. Perhaps Ihe beet known comic au thor of the Southern Stutes is "BUI Arp," who, like "Josh Hillings," in dulges in bad spelling. Rill Arp's new book, entitle I "Bill Arp's Peace Pa pers," will be published in a few days by G. VV. Carleton & Co., with a large number of humorous drawings by a Southern artist. A John Hull, convening With an In dian, asked him If he ever knew that the sun never sets on the Queen's do minion. "No," said the Indian. "Do you know the reason why?" asked John. "Because Ood II afraid to trust an Englishman in the dark," was the snvage's reply. "Does your arm pain you." asked a lady of a 'gentleman who, in a mixed as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 November 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published every morning excepl Monday, by TIIK HERALD PRfNTIXO COMPANY, OFFICE Herald Kteam Book nml Job Printing Hon-..-. Spring street, opposite tbe Court House. TERMS) Per annum, by mull or express $10 Six months " " (I Three months " " • ft DWlvered hy carriers, per week, M cents Advertisements Inserted ut liberal rates. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. It. M. Widney, District Judge 17th Judicial Dlstriet, composed of Los Angeles county. Court meets In February, May, August and November. Ignaclo Sepulveda, County Judge. Court Commissioner, J. G. Howard. SUUe Senator. B. H. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Tbos. H. Mott and Asa Kills. sheriff. Wm. H. Rowland; Under Sheriff", Albert I>. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff", J. M. Baldwin. County Clerk, a. w. Potts; Deputies, C. W. Oould and S. H. Mott. District Attorney, C. E. Thorn; Assistant, E. M. Ross. County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan. Superintendent of I'ubllc Schools, William McFaddeu. Public Administrator, George Carson. County Sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 November 1873

£0$ §r*rxM. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. WEDNKSDAY.'XOVKMBER 5, 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 Ana heim 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 ? On her two last trips down the coast the steamer Orizaba brought to this city one hundred passengers at each tri]). 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 ■ reasonably low estimate for the season. The boats make five trips per month, and will bring us five hun dred 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 through...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 November 1873

BOA HI) OK TRADE. President—S. Luzan), (Secretary—l. W. Lord. Treasurer—S. B. Caswell. Plr«etors-I)r. J. S. Griffin, ft C. Lips, H. W. Hellman, J-S. Grllnth.P. Beaudry, N. J. New ururk, J. <i. Dow my, R. M. Wldney. Regular meetings, Tuesdays, ut 7:80 I. M. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WINTEH AKBANO.KMKNT —1.. A. .» S. I. K. 11. Arrive— Depart. 9 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M. 2 15 P. M. 4 00 P. M. The above to rule except on days of steam ers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. STASH LINK'S. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Llhe 8:m v. M. 12:110 p. m. Coast I,ine Stages' 9:00 p. M. ArlKlA. M. San Bernardino Line 5::io c. w. «: Wa. m. sun Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. m. 701 A. M. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Pastern, Ban Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line—Arrive nt fiMQ I. M.; close at 11:45 M. Letters Intended for registry must be presented before II A. M. Coast Line—S atl ins between San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 19:30 \: M.J closes ut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 November 1873

Xoo JUflftfS' WimU. WHO SHALL OWN OUR IRRIGATING CANALS? The San Francisco Rural Preu has the annexed: It is pretty well understood that nearly all the available water rights in thia State have been taken up by private parties for speculative pur poses, ami this wholesale grubbing is still going 011. The fanners are all alive to the great benefits of irrigation and the speculators are equally alive to the great profits to be made in sell ing water to the farmers. The danger of large companies holding possession of the water rights of immense tracts of land Is potent to any one who lias paid any attention ut all to the doings of corporate bodies during the past few years. The evils should be cor rected while there is time, if possible, and the time Is now. If the Govern ment °r State haa no ri«hts to the water, holding it in trust for the l>eo ple as some persons argue, surely one or the other ought to protect these people from aggressive water monopo lies now springing up. The Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 November 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published cvci y morning except Monday, THE HEItAI.It I'ItINTINU COMPANY. OFFICE Herald Steam Hook and Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite ihe Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by m ill or express 510 Six inoiitlM " " X Throe months " " • 3 Delivered by curriers, per week. cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. TRANSPLANTING TREES. Tbe active parts of a tree are the spongioles and the leaves. The form er permeating the ground, ducking therefrom water impregnated with some of the needed materials for the further building up of the form, car bon and other substances in a ga/.eous state, which are required in the struc ture, as well as to permit the escape ofthe water and gases after they have performed there various offices. To insure the highest state of health and greatest luxuriance, it follows that a perfect equilibrium must exist between the leaves of a tree and its spongioles. If the power of the spon gioid is in excess of the leaves, new buils, branch...

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