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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
LOCAL BREVITIES. 8. B. Caswell is on his way home by the Telegraph route. The debris in front of the Lafayette is being removed, ami the house is assuming a beautiful appearance. The Pico is full of guests. It is the largest and most commodious house in the city. The gucst-sensou is upon us. By a notice in another column it will be seen that Messrs. Hubbell and Mitchell, Attorneys, have dissolved partnership. Yesterday was unusually bright ami warm. The recent rains in the upper part of the State have not visited us yet, and sunny Autumn weather is still the order of the day. One inebriate only stood arraigned before the awful majesty of the law yesterday. The city funds were enriched by $0 50, and the admonished culprit went his way. I). D. Brunk, of Arroyo Seco, will exhibit several coops of fine fowls at the coming fair. Many of them are of foreign importation, and have taken premiums in Europe and the East. Aaron Smith has just finished the two largest carpets yet seen for any h...
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. The El Dorado Grocery and Provision Store was established in 1808 for the transaction of wholesale and retail business. There is probably no firm in town which turns over its goods SO rapidly and frequently. The supply of miners and claims is a specialty of Mr. Chauvin's, and he docs a large country trade in this respect. The store is situated on Main street, in the heart of the city. At the back is a large warehouse, in which Mr. Chauvin stores all his hay, grain, corn, barley, etc. He carries iv running stock from 400 to 500 barrels of flour, and about 2"0 t,ari«l«&lt; .of sugar. The store has a full line of groceries, provisions, tin and hardware. Mr. Chauvin's pride is his Los Angeles and eastern bacon. He has obtained quite a reputation in this, aud buys always the choicest the market affords. Country produce is fully represented here, as also wines, liquors and cigars. The store is a great favorite with country people as well as townsfolk, and duri...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
WANTS. [Wants published at the rate of 0% cents per line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line lor three Insertion". No advertisement under this head taken lor less than 25 cents.] W ANTED TO BUY 2,000 YOUNG ewes.—Address communication, stating kind, price, and where they may be seen, for one week, to " /.," Hkkai.d offlee. nov7-3t'-' WANT E D-A SITUATION AS book-keeper or writer In an office; good reference given. Address "X," at this office. nov4»Bt WANTED— A YOUNG MAN who writes a good hand, and Is a thorough book-keeper and accountant, wants employment. Is willing to work hard. Inquire at HRODRK "ICS novt '.'lt WANTED— A MIDDLE AGED lady wishes a situation in thecountry as housekeeper. The entire charge desired. Address lIHUU office. BuHt* "II r A NTED—A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, IS ff to IS years old, for a hotel. Apply at this office. ogWjj "\VTANTED—A SITUATION AS LADIES' VV NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of Spring|aii(l_Fourtb streets. &lt;to27'st WANTED— A YOUNG MAN ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
HOME MANUFACTURERS. Our Own Manufacture! THK ONLY CRACKER BAKERY In tli«» C'it.v! A Large Stock of fresh Crackers always on Hand. AVoclding- Cakes On hand und made to order at short notice. Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at reasonable prices. Also, RREAD, PIES AND CAKES, Fresh every day, at the AMERICAN RAKEHY. 002-lmls Los Angeles Woolen Mill STORE. SACRISTE, ELLIOTT &amp; CO DEALERS IN WOOL, AND Manufacturers of AH Wool Caaalmerea, Tweeda, ITauneln. BlaukeU, etc. All our goods are PURE WOOL, and warranted as represented. Consumers can Save 25 to 33 per cent. by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE "WHITE HOUSE," corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Streets. oo2tf-2p California Bakery. f 10RNER MAIN &amp; MARCHERKJ KAULT STREETS. FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES EVERY DAY. 09.CAKES of every sort or kind mude to order. Orders promptly attended to. octHinlpt SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society Fair COMMENCING ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1873. And continuing through...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. THE HERALD J O B PRINTING OFFICE, SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, LOS ANGELES. rpHE attention of the business eom--I lnunlty of Ixts Angeles city and county W Invited to the facilities of this office for executing every description of BOOK* JOB PRINTING Fully alive to the Inferior manner in which a great part ofthe 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 Consl), capable of printing a LARGE SHEET POSTER, either plain or In colors, Is already running, and in a few weeks will he (Jrlven by STEAM POWER, which will also be attached to their new and ELEGANT •Tol&gt; Prossos. The facilities for turning out work wlltjthus he equal to most and superior to many offices in San Francisco. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT 09 iv c w rr yv is AND MATERIAL, of the most mode...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
jRLEAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUGHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! -i il ii* ii. »'* Wit BUYS AND SELLS REAL EStaU' in all sections ofthe I'nlon. Has large tracts tor sale In Southern Callioi nia. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes, Stock ltanfr.es, Sheer* n»ngPR, "Vineyard, Orchards, City Homes, Uf all kinds and at all prices. Special attention paid to Ihe EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES. SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. a r»K» i»f:tti al fair. where the best products of tne country will be freely puton exhibition, to which all persons are not only Invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitor., but will enable them to see what we can raise here, and thus encourage them to unite their capital and energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate in tbe world. Bring Along Your Best Results nl honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and see if we cannot...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
The body of teachers which have just disbanded was in every way an honor to the county aud community in which they live. Few counties of an older and more pretentious character make a better showing at their Institute than I,os Alleles at this, the last and best. The watch bestowed by the teachers of Los Angeles County upon the retiring Superintendent was a testimonial well deserved. Mr. McFaddeu, by his kind, genial and smiling face, made sunshine in the schools wherever he went, and by his drive and energy he has stirred up emulation.
LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE. Los Nietos, Nov. 0, 1873. Editor Herald:—No news that would interest your many readers. Weather clear and pleasant. Farmers are busy harvesting their corn crops, consequently our streets are scarce of teams, and our merchants are watching with longing eyes for customers. The Los Nietos railroad is finished to the Nletos depot, aud the telegraph poles are all up. As soon as the lumber arrives we expect to see the depot buildings going up, and in a few weeks regular trains running between Nietos and your city, and Wilmington, which will give our valley a business appearance, The land of the new town site, (City of Nietos), belongs to what is known as the Downey Association, with Judge M. D. Crawford, agent. We recognize the fact that all persons have the right to the full and entire control of their own property, either to keep it, or to dispose of it at will. This association have bought up the land immediately around the depot, and surveyed it into lots, a...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Lafayette Hotel—C. Thomas, Sail Diego; Mrs. D. Granges and two boys, Mrs. Garvias, T. Ruuple, Anaheim; J. G. Campbell, W. A. Dalton, J. Fluhr, Arizona; P. Thomas, J. N. Dominigouz, Los Nietos; T. Smith, M. Aguilar, Wilmington. Pico—L. G. Colgate, San Luis Obispo; F. Marchado,La Rallona; M. Martienos, Los Nietos; I. Johnson, Ft. Tejon; E. P. Thomnson, El Monte; J. Fitch, New Jersey; O. R. Henly, Iowa; W. Swinton, Kansas City; M. R. Alton, Illinois ; J. J. Cremwell, Denver, Colorado. Clarendon—P. Williams, A. Osabio, Walter Drew, city; Fred W. Athem, Anaheim; P. Glancy and wife, Illinois; Chas. C. Warner, H. McSparram, San Francisco; W. Berets, Sierra; D. A. Meyendorif, Wallapai; Isaac K. Brunn, M. Goldbaum, San Bernardino; F. W. Lambourne, La Puente; M. Cohn, San Diego; John Lang, Soledad; J. B. Lankershim, San Fernando. United States—J. Y. Stewart, San Francisco; Robert 8. Grubb, Bakersfleld; J. A. Martin &amp; wife, Santa Ana; S. E. Wilcox, Clarksville, Term...
Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
Late Telegrams. SIVCI.Y TO THE HERAI.IL NEW YORK. New York, Nov. 7.-The Bank of England has raised its rate of discount to 9 per cent. Nine police precincts return over $4,000, contributed on election day for the Memphis sull'erers. The police have contributed $2,090 for the relief of the police of Memphis. Judge Davis ami Mr. Bartlett, of counsel for Tweed, at the trial to-day, had another tilt. The Judge had decided one Orrell, after a long examitlon, competent as a juror, when Bartlett rose to comment on his admission by tending to show bias. Judge Davis peremptorily refused to hear another Word on the subject, and in the course of a dialogue Bartlett said: " As your Honor will not hear argument after decision, would you inform us when the next juror is called that you will hear argument before decision." Judge Davis said angrily, "Hit down." Bartlett replied: " I refer your Honor to Justice Chase and many other authorities." Judge Davis, rapping with his gavel, reiterated : " Si...
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. FX&lt; 1.l SIVFI.Y TO THE HFHAFir. SAN FRANCISCO. Incorporation Colon! ulna; Project im Low Angeles County Race Postponed Scarcity of Vegetable* Fell From n Ncnffolil Paaaen. iicr Fiat Stocks Fte. Sax Fraxctsco, Nov. 7. A certificate of incorporation of the Chariot Mill and Mining Company was filed to-day, to work in the Bauer District, Sau Diego County, with a capital stock of $3,000,000, in .'50,000 ■hares. Trustees—James B. Lang, Duncan McClellan, Henry H. Johnston, Charles J. Pillsbury and John Julian. Ex-Senator Maclay started tor Los Angeles to-day, and intends to purchase large tracts of land and divide it up for settlers. Owing to the heavy condition ofthe track of the Agricultural Park, the pacing race between Defiance, Longfellow and Jim Brown did not come off to-day. It is announced that the races advertised for to-morrow will take place if the weather remains clear. The prices of most kinds of vegetables in this city have readied exorbita...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
DIED. JORDAN—At the Rosa Oastllla Ranch, Nov. llth, Lizzie Jordiin, daughter ofthe lute A. /,. Jordan, aged ;l years. [The funeral will take place TO-DAY (Saturday!, at 2 o'clock )'. M., from Mr. Niedeeker's s!orc, corner of Rptitlg and Fourth streets. Friends ami uc;m dntanees are respectfully Invited to attend.]
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
NEW TO-DAY. 4K ACRES ONR MILE EAST *Jot Nletos Depot, on the line of the. H:illn&gt;ad. Eighty Utuifaela oi corn per icre was raised on the hind this year. There Is ulso v good dwelling house, c im erlh, etc. IfU\f\ BACKS OF GOOD BAR- • " " ley lor Mile. Apply to 1108 J. B. HOLLAWAY, Gallatin. H. M. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at law. Oliice—Boom No. 11l Temple Block, Los Angeles. I*. O. 80/. 450. no7-tf Ml ER C EDTH EAT • J. H. I.KItOY MANAOKR K. LIPHIH AGENT PAST APPEARANCE OF M*me MARIE DURET. Wonderful Impersonnfion of Repeated to-ulghl FOR TIIE LAHT TIME, With all Us Beautiful Music. NKW AND APPROPRIATE SCENERY, MAGNIFICENT EFFECTS, THRII.I.INO TABLE AFX. AND TERRIBLE DENOUEMENT, To-7flfrht, To-Nifrltt, To-NLjcht. Doors open at 7:.10; commencing nt 8 o'clock. Admission—Dress Circle, $1; Gallery, 50 ets. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS &amp; MERCHANTS BANK OF L*OM A.J!M&lt;4KL,KH. Capital 8500,000 JOHN O. DOWNEY Phesidknt I. W. HELLMAN Cashtkr Exchange for s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.:. S. LAZARD &amp; CO.'S GRAND O 1» 13 TV I TN 11 — OF— - FALL &amp; WINTER GOODS -ONMonday. Nov. 3, 1873, COMPRISING A Most select stock Of THE LATEST STYLES OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing, CONSISTING IN PART OK 80 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, At GO Cents per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At 50 Cents per Yard; 00 Pieces Plain Satin de China, At t\2'- t Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At t&gt;2' ( Cents per Yurd; 10 Pieces Striped Black do, At tIH Cents per Yard. — ALSO— 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, hi different qualities; 20 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redingote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc. ALSO. Fl'l.l. LINKS OF Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALSOTlie Greatest Novelty ol' the Season. Imported expressly lor thla market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Ktc., Ktc....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 8 November 1873
FOR SALE -TO LET. J FOR SALE. 17 L RANCHO DM LOS FELIZ, iii The property of LKOH BALOWIK, containing about 400 acres or irrigable land, 2500 acres of grazing land, and 1200 acres of hill land, i% MILES FROM THK CITY. There are two largo Ami well furnlahed houses,fltted up with all modern Improve* meats, on the ranch; oSf of which stands tn tnecenterof a large and beautiful garden,approached by a private road. The river Bows at the loot "of the meadows adjacent to the house.and game of every kind is abundantnil over the ranch. The Dairy is buill pi wrick, nnd has accommodations for ..he milk ol ISM cowH.and the corrals, stables, oui-bulldings, etc., are all in perfect order. There are six miles of good boat and plank fencing on Ihe property, and Ihe situation Is one of the loveliest in Southern i 'alllbrnla. TERMS-One-third cash, one-third In six months, and Ihe balance al one, two or three years, bearing interest at one per cent, per month, nl ihe option of the purchaser. uv- The ti...