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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1874

VOLUME 111. Is Published eve,/ morning except Monday . »y TUE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICR-llerald Steam Book and Job Prlntlua; House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express tlO Six months " " « Three months " •' S Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year, by mall or express, single copy ...S3 00 Six months, " « <• - 1 75 Three " " a •< >. ' , qq Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates All Kinda of Job-Work done to Com pete with San Franclaco In Price, Style, and Elegance oi Workmanship. Everybody is wondering why the Bazaar ] is selling their goods so cheap. The reasoa Is tbey must clear out their Spring and Sum mer goods to make room for the Immense stock or Fall and Winter goods which they will soon receive. I The Bazaar Is now giving 12 yards Best American Prints for $1. Also, six yards 4-4 French and American prints for $1...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1874

JUtflclco Strati CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY OCT. 18, 1874. In the Oregon Assembly, woman suffrage went down on a vote of 46 to IS. It is not true that the large number of Masons recently collected in San Francisco were induced to go there under a promise of work on the City Hall. There are 20,800 Oranges in the United States. These lodges shelter a great many Granger votes that will be cast for the people — the whole people. The Alta says everybody In Los Angeles is " on a wild hunt for a dol lar." It is not probable that any well-informed seeker will extend his search for a dollar to the Alta office. According to the Evening Express it is high-toned journalism to utter a wilful falsehood and repeat it day after day. But it is "hoodlum jour nalism " on the part of the Herald to brand that falsehood by its proper name. A Partial Admission. It is something to the ex-gauger or gan's credit that it partially admits the falsity of its statement that Mr. Beaudry took the lead ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1874

9C*j Irngffcj live CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY OCT. 18, 1*74. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. <>NX DOLL AS per Square of ten lines, tint Insertion, ami twknty-kivk cents per Square for cm h subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Turner Hall concert, Monday even ing; 50 cents. The Ventura will sail for San Fran cisco Monday. Two nicely furnished rooms iv a pleasant locality are for rent. See no tice. The Senator sailed for San Fran cisco and way ports yesterday after noon. We are Indebted to the purser of the Ventura for late San Francisco pa pers. Messrs. Hickman «fe Root, opened the Grant Saloon, on Commercial last night with a roast turkey lunch. The schooner Legal Tender sailed from Wilmington yesterday for San Buenaventura to take on a load of grain for San Francisco. The exports from Los Nietos depot yesterday and the day previous were 187 sacks wheat, 225 sacks corn and 00 bales wool. The only case before the District Court yesterday was that of Wilson vs. Newman which ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY OCT. 18, 1874. The Grangers Moving. Many prominent Grangers are now in San Francisco, and there is a great deal of bustle about their headquarters on Leidsdorff street. The new State Executive Committee met for the first time on Tuesday last and continued their meeting yesterday. Day before yesterday they conferred with the Di rectors of the Central Pacific Railroad at Mr. Stanford's office. The talk was conciliatory on both sides. The Com mittee said that they preferred, where practicable, to accomplish their ends by personal intercession, since the ways of legislation were long and de vious and the results not always cer tain. The railroad men replied in the same spirit of candor and accommo dation. The chief complaint was that the local freight rates were too high, which greatly diminished the farmer's profits, and it was agreed by the offi cials that they should be reduced to reasonable rates. Tbe Committee on Immigration met yesterday at h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 October 1874

VOLUME Iff." Is Puhiishe.l eve,v rtToVning except Monday THE ICTrAN'IEI.EA CITY AN» COUNTY PRCTONG AND n.r.i.TsiUNCl CO. OFKtefe Herald Nleain AooUand Job '* r> " sSw^ 1 '""" * ** I ** 4 " l ' r • s '■^<' < ' , • <'l>POslte tho C - r - > TiUkMS: Per annum, by maif oT^xpress $10 Six months " PT| ,1 IhrcCwVattlhs " " • » D"l|aS»S*s.v carriers, per weajt, cenU THE WEEKLY "HERALD Is n*j]BTsheil every Kalurday morning. m TEEMS., ime \ iTjf.hJ innll oraxptes« Mingleo«pr...»:l On Six montns, •• - " .Tl 75 Three •• ". •• '"SJL\" 1"° InLwid rates All Hinds ol JtAAVora ,;«m<> to I'nni pelo >,ltli Nnn I i itnclwo in |-> i, ••, Style, ami Ilexance ol «.iiloihiihlii|.. KYI 11J uny is wondering why the Hazaar ■ s selllngtheir gauds so cheap. The reason Is they must elenr fljhl_Jhe|r Spring an* (Sum mer goods to make room for the Immense slock ol' Fall nnd Whiter i; >ods which the> will njanAasrll rj. m\ " U now giving h! yards Best | American Prints lor SI. Als...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY OCT. 20, 1874. Tub Kern Couuty Courier insists that nature fixes the sites of towns. Ran Francisco and Bakersfleld may be cited as evidence of tl»e correctness of this argument. The San Bernardino papers seem to think work will be commenced on the Southern Pacific road at Spadra nt, once. Fifty-two miles of track wlfl complete tha road frotfi Uttpresent terminus to San Gorgon io Pass. The Sari Francisco Post says: " Tiie people have discovered that WO are drinking tobmuch whisky." Tt Is not* remarkable that the readers of the Post should have made this*discovery, but it is astonishing that Its correct ness should be so frankly admitted. The rain of Sunday will do a great deal toward arousing the people of this city to the importance of placing the city in the hands of men who will improve her streets and sidewalks. A practical illustration is always a more powerful argument than theoretical preaching. It is pretty plain now that one of the con...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 October 1874

£0$ Srttjclfs g'frafi. ■ i— CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY OCT. 20, 1874. TERMB 0F ADVERTISING. ' INK DOLLAR PT Square often lines, first insertion, and twkntv-kivk cent* per Square lor earn subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Twenty-four passengers left by the Ventura for Han Francisco yesterday. Message at the telegraph office for J. H. Fruit. The Orizaba will sail for San Fran cisco and Santa Barbara next Sat urday. The schooner Eclipse, Hay ward master, sailed yesterday for Hum boldt. Bishop George F. Pierce, of the Methodist Church South, Will be here this week, and preach next Sunday. Mr. J. A. Higgles, a prominent mer chant of Fort Jones, Siskiyou county, and wife, are stopping at the Pico. The delegates from this place to the Grand Lodge, F. & f\. M.. of the State, which lately met in San Francisco, re turned to the city yesterday. Remember that Goldsmith keeps the best imported cigars in the city. Perhaps you are already aware of the fact; and if so, further...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 October 1874

I "~J' L 1 ~~ - - CITY AMD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. ■ lf • nAfr " ' ' '■ TUESDAY OCT. 20, 1871. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Pmnclsco and Northern—Tels- Ira^Cst» K e UnT-Arrlte aIVIO F. M.:close at to:."; M Letters intended lot roglstty must I>e i)resT'r_tt>d trefore IDA. M. Ctun f»ine-Stations hetwee*i San Francisco and Yds Angeln. via Stint.'* I. irbsra-- \i rive at 11 P. M.: clones at.W:UO P. M. San Diego Line—Sau Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Captstrano, etc. -Arrive* ut S*:4o A. M., closes at 4 Pi M. ■ . Southern Arisr>na-TiUson, Arizona Cltv, aud Wav sjtatl-nS-Tii-W.-ekljr Ser vice— Arrives Sumta v. Wednesday and Fri day at Sl;40 A. M.: leaves Monday, Wednes day, and Saturday: Mail closes nt 1 P. M. day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Frldav; mail closes at 2.50 P. M. Ban Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 A. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. Wilmington and Way stations—Arrives at 9:10 A. M.. closes at 8:30 P-M.__._- i Ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1874

VOTiUME 111. §rttgtles ScraW, Is PuhlUbed eve.y morning except Mondß] by THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND It I i.IS!! INO CO. OFFICE -IteraM Steam I look and Job I'rlnMoic Home. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: I'er annum, by mall nr .-x mess tie six months •• •• S Three months '• " H DellVWed by eni.ieis, per week, cents THE WEEKLY HERALD is published eVery Saturday morning, TERMS. one year, by mail or ex press, single copy ,$3 Ml six moiilhs. •• •' •• •• ' ... i 75 Three" " " '• " " .., 1 IN) Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates All KlndHol Job-Work done to <'om- I»eie with Sao I'ranelHco iv l>ri<-e. Style, nnd (iterance o| Vt'orkinnnslil|i. Pacific Coast Items. Three fights In thirty minutes un reported to have taken place at Knight's Landing last Sunday. About 15,000 tons of wheat is stored at Knight's Landing, quotable at that point at $1 3u per centai. 8. O. Gunning, foreman of the Kx celsior mine at iSueker Flat, had a leg and two ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY OCT. 21, 1874. mm^^^m r mm m\ mmm r mm^^^'^mmmm^^^^m^mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mm^^ The Democrats <>f San Francisco thought they could afford to burn a few pounds of powder on Telegraph Hill iv honor of recent victories in the East. Tbe ChronicUt alludes to the fact In the graceful style that charac terizes a Tom-cat a lien a heavy boot presses his tail. For a professed inde pendent paper, the C/nuitirte has a most cordial hatred of Democrats. Thk failure of K. L. Morgan's sons, reported by telegraph, is greatly to be regretted. They have been the objective point at which the middle men organs leveled their poisoned shafts and because they were acting as agents for Ihe I'atons of Husbandry in shipping their wheat, tne Grange haters hated and maligned them. The telegraph says the G rangers |„se nothing by the failure. At 3 o'clock this afternoon, Mr. Geo. B. Davis' Alden Fruit Drying Factory will start up for the lirst time. A combinatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1874

Coc. 2wvaW. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY OCT. 21, 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE DOLL AR per Mipiare of ten lines, tirst insertion,and iwkvtv-i'ivk cents per square tin-each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbs •sports from Los Xietos depol last Monday were'-'JO sacks wheat and inn sacks corn. The sale <>!' Downey Cily property was postponed yesterday tor one month. Mr. E. Gay gives notice this morn ing thai he will commence the con struction of the Main street sewer this morning, in accordance with his con tract with the city. Work will he commenced on Main street in front of Temple block. Last night, al 8 p. \t., Miss Sarah lMller and Mr. Daniel Welch were united iv the holy bonds of matrimony in the Catholic church. A large con course of friends and acquaintances were present to witness the ceremony. We wish the wedded pair a happy and prosperous future. From the reported proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free Masons which recently convened in San Fran c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1874

£0$ 2Vnfldc* Srvahl. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY OCT. 21, 187 L The Methodist South Conference, held last wwk, made the following appointments for the Colusa District: S. C. Parton, Presiding Elder; Colusa station, E. K. Miller; Colusa circuit, E. H. Robertson :Chico, J. H. Kelsey; Chico citcuit, .J. H. Howard; Prince ton, J. H. Kussell; Millville T. A. Sawyer; T. H. B. Anderson, trans ferred to the North-west Methodist Conference. The project for the contemplated railroad from Hollister via Sau Juan and San Miguel Cafion to Salinas City is assaming definifite shape. The men who talk are business men and have the meaus to build it. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. Mrs E C English, Sac E G Dana, s L Obispo W M Rain, s Prndo I Oals A wt, Jullau W G Oro, do 1" Harvey«l9-Mlle Hs J Irslal, do < 'Thomas. S Die,'o F Autouio, do J v DeintaasAwf.rlriic IT S TnNtleWalte. Ann M J Byrn.CrOrdu PICO. F G Williamson, fowa i '<»! ( rocker, s F Gen Clavton, 8 V C« l(in-., do S T Gage, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1874

VOLUME 111. £0$ attofkis iuvalil —* ' * ~ . — _ Is Pnii.iHhed eve, , morning except Monday I'HR Lttet ANOELES CITY AND COUNTY PKINfI.NiI AND Pt iiI.I.SIUNG 00. ul l ICE-HeruM Ntcnm Itook and J«h Prliilliij; House, spon > 'reel, opposite the I tOUrt Hnuse. TEI tSIS: Per annum, bj mall or expres $10 si \ months • •• •• 8 I'liree months •• " ' ',±im, '.l Lelivered by carriers, per week, 'A cents THE WEEKLY HERALD i pniiiished every Saturday morning. TERMS. oneyear.by mail orcxpress,slugMoopy..4B 00 six months, •• " •• .. | 7.1 Three " " •• » ... 1 nt) AdvertlKimenls inserted at reasonable rates All Kinds of Job-Work donrto Com pete sltli Snu Frnnelsru In rrico. si> le. nnd Llejfunce ol Workmniinbip. everybody Is wondering why the BaSSaVr is selling their goods so cheap. The reason Is they must clem-out their Spring nnd Sum mer goods tn make room for tiie immense slock of Fall and Winter goods which they will soon receive. The Bazaar is now giving 12 yards Best American Flints for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1874

Cos ■ Strati CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY OCT. 22, 1574. To those who have neither the brains or In dustry to bill hi ii |> a lin>ln*se of llieir .•wti. It it always a aiatt»r af wonder how anybody Really, the Express is not much of a business, but for how lt was built up, apply to the Republican County Democratic officials. We bear that gentlemen oliurge Mr. BeatoSit with having furnished the iulormation ou which was written the article In Sunday morning's Herald relative to the Water Company's res ervoir. This is a mistake. Mr. Beac dry never spoke to the editor of the Herald In reference to the matter until alter the article was printed, and then only to say that there must be some mistake—that neither the ditch es nor the reservoir could bo in the condition represented to us. Further than this, and in Justice to all con cerned —ourselves included—we have reason to believe that our informant was mistaken iv the reservoir; that the one to which he referred was an...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1874

*£or. &Ks*k* Bfr*iU CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY OCT. 22, 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. <>\K i>.)fil. VK per ftquare often lines, first Insertion, and i wknty-pivk cent* per square for each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Orphans' Fair will beconclude)) this evening. Tiie Grand Jury will probably con clude their sitting and report to-day. Tbe Orizaba is expected to arrive at Wilmington this morning. The steamer Oipsy, carrying Com bustible freight, arrived at Wilming ton from Ban Francisco yesterday. The belt for the champion ten-pin roller of Los Augeles lias been pre sented to August Sfoermer. The Rink will be open this morning for the reception of articles for exhibi tion at the approaching fair. The Secretary of the Castac placer mine sent a quantity of provisions to the camp yesterday by teams, direct from the city. The news from the camp is very favorable. Dr. Winston is preparing to increase his force on the San Gabriel silver mine. Ry workin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. T -» *~ THURSDAY OCT. 22, 1871. A STARTLING TRAGEDY. Ihsvalier Itnrr.v Larkyns Kliet Dead byMwSM J. Mnybrldsr'. <»Ie Pfeo lugraplier -The Se<,n •! lo 11 Mean dalous liitrlirne. iKrom tbeK. K. Bulletin. 1 letober l!Hh. Considerable sensat ion was created In the city yesterday monilngby tne receipt of Intelligence from Calistoga of the deliberate killing "I'Major Harry Larkyns of this city, by i: I« in! .) Muybridge, tlie well known photo grapher. The cans.- leading tn tho act of murder was the discovery of con vincing proof by Muybridge of the in ridelity of his wife with Larkyns, and immediately thereupon he set out to avenge his wrongs, leaving the city in pursuit of Larkyns on Saturday, know ing him to be in the vicinity of Calls toga, engaged In preparing maps of the mines in that locality. He reached Calistoga at 8 o'clock in the evening, and without stopping for food or rest he went in search of his intended vic tim with a horse and buggy. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1874

VOLUME 111 Is Published ovary morning except Monday by THK l.os ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE-Herald Steam Book and Job Printing; House. Spring utreet, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Fer annum, b> mall or express il" Six mouths " " C Three months " " • 3 Delivered by caj iters, per week 'J5 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year, by mall or express,single copv...s:l OO Six months, " " " " ... 175 Three •' " *• " " ... 100 Advertisement! inserted at reasonableraten All Kinds ol' Job-Work done to Com pete with Nan Francisco in Price .Style, nnd Elegance ol Workmanship. Pacific Coast Items. Ann Eliaa Young has found relatives in Sacramento, an own uncle of hers, with his family, residing in the north east part of the city. According to the Trinity Journal, a letter mailed to Lewiston, in that county, on the 3d day of December, 1873, was received last week. The Colusa Sun says that the only patent in the Culp proces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY OCT. 23, 1874. IN the Indiana Legislature the Dem ocrats have a majority of one on joint ballot, which gives them the United States Senator. Morton predicted this result, even while the adminis tration papers were claiming ten to fifteen majority. II I, 'I'A-.U.— —g Senator Morton of Indiana, who has until lately been the steadfast friend of the President, has experi enced a change of heart, and now says that " for the past two years the nation has been cursed with the worst administration every known in Hs history." The President's friends are endeavoring to save themselves. An exchange thinks " the signs of the times indicate a dissolution of the old parties." The elections that have just taken place In the East do not evince a very strong determination to "dissolute" on the part of the Demo cratic party. For a dead concern, whose obituary we have been reading for the past fifteen years, the " grand old party " is oertainly quite lively. Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY OCT. 28, 1874, TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONK DOLLAR per .Square Of ten ItIKM, •(*! luiertiou, *>nii Twumr-riVK cents pei square ioreach subsequent. Insertion. LOS ANGELES TEMPERATURE. Following Is the temperature for the week ending October'J2J, 1571., us tultcn from Cas- A la'sßegistering-Thermometer, by Thomas BOtaO, Fort street! TIIEIIMOMF.II.iI MAC. iiavs. iiatk, MM mm, mean. 'Jam Friday, Oct. iu:h 72 4!» f105...2h:00 Saturday, • nth 72 m Stundity, '• IHth. .. «T, «0 ft t»:IH Motid.iv. " 191 h «7 f>( •9}4...59:02 Tuesday. •■ 20:h 7.' 54 us 29 S6 Wednesday, M jist 71 tit, 88W...f9:t)7 Tiiursdu.v, •• lid 71 ill «2 SJitt LOCAL BREVITIES. The Constantino will sail for San Francisco on Monday, October 2Gth. The Orizaba will return from San Diego and sail for San Francisco to morrow. The first lot of raisins produced by the Alden Fruit Drying Works will probably be turned out to-day. "Chipps," the popular messenger of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1874

CITT AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY .. OCT. 23, 1874. COURT REPORTS. Mistrial Court • Skhui.vkda, J. TUUH9DAY, October 2*. Maxcy w Thurman —On trial. lauulj Court—U'Miii.TK'Jtv, J. Thuksi>av, Oetobai 'JB. The Grand Jury having presented their re port, tbty were discharged, und Monday, the Wib, set for arraignment of prisoners Indicted. Willis, Presiding. O'Melveney vs. A. A. Wilson. -Judgment ior plaintiff. Lugo vs. Lugo.—Judgment for plaintiff. Probst* Court.—O'Mbxvexey, J. Thcrada v, October 23. Estate of De Cells.—Further time, until next Mouday at 3 P. v., granted to report. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the week ending October 22, 1874, as reported tor the Herald by Judson, Oil let tc & Adams, exam iners of title, No. 3tt, Spring street, Los Ange les: ~ T Johnathao Watsou to Wm. i.. Oge et al.— acres In Kancho Santiago de Santa Ana; •7,110. . C Maclay et al. to Pedro M. Vejar.—One lot In Mo Fernando. Same to Wm. O. Schultz.--Seven lots lv block ...

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