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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY DEC. 5, 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OWK DOLLAR per Squareoften lines, first Insertion, nnd twrmti-fTvh vents per Sonars "wench subsequent Insertion, POSTAL CHANOKH. The Inflowing postnl changes went Into op eration, itul*' Ist, lsri: ,\ii publications are rree.,i postage to subscribers in the county in which i bey ere published, Hooks rtmi poek azes of merchandise, to the weight of four pounds, oan he sent by mall nt the rats of one cent for every two ounces or fraction over. tied packages may be entirely enclosed, Homo portion of sealed packages must lie opened rot Inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. PiUpatrick gives those stylsh fits which you admire so much. The Orizaba la advertised to sail for Sau Francisco and Santa Barbara to morrow. The Wm. Taber will arrive at Wil mington to-morrow and sail for San Diego. Dewey, Kimball <t Co. will hold an auction sale to-day of carriages, har ness, household goods etc. Germain & Co., at the Los Ange...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. z=Zt ' -— " ■ '"' ■ SATURDAY DEC. 6, IB7i Castac Mining Company. ALT, Persons holding claims apnlnst this Company, are requested to present the same to the Secretary who Will pay them in stanter. S L- PKKL. nov!7tf Seoreuirj. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN Southern California. NOYES&DURFEE, Corner Tempie Block and Spring St. SALE DAYS: Wednesday and Saturday. Special sales made In any part of tho City or County. We nl«*o buy all kiuclH ol Property for CASH!!! Orders for Gentlemen's Light. Driving Hors en, Work and Saddle Horses, promptly filled, and titles to all Horses sold public or private, guaranteed purfect. K. W. NOYES, nov2ltf C. A, PCKFKK. WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial. Suits made to order for Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A fine stock of imported aud domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hand. Also, a fine stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &c, Sec, Ac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 December 1874

VOLUME 111. —. - — Is I'ublNhed BVeiy morn I iiexcept Monday iy THE [.OS VNCEI.ES CITY AND COUNTY I'ItINITNCJ AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE—Herald Steam Hook hikl Job Printing: Heme, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS) I'er annum, by mall or express $10 six months " •• (, Throe months " " ................... g Cellvered by carriers, per week 2o cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. OaO year, by mall or express, single c0py...8.1 00 six months, " 0 k •• ... i 75 Three " " " " •• m 1 no Advertisements inserted at rcasonalde rales AH Kind* of Jol'-tVork done to Com jicte >vilh Sun FrnnelKdo In PftM, Style, mill Cle^Kiic-ol \t o, kmniishlp. Everybody is wondering why the Bazaar Is soiling their goods so cheap, Tn4 reason Is they mus! clear'out their spring and Sum mer koiids to make room for th" immense Stock Of Fall and Winter goods which they will soon receive. * The BAZAAH Is now giving 12 yards Best American Prints for SI. Also, six yards 4-4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY IMjC\ li. 1874. A Trick of the Ring. Citizens, look well to your tickets. Scan them el.nsely. We have bceti shown a ticket, of which we are told thousands are printed, on which the n a n*9 of," P. Peav/dky'! appears for Mayor. This is intended to deceive the friends of Mr. Bkauoby and cause them to lose their vote by using a bal lot .that will be thrown out. The ring managers must be reduced to the low est extremes when they will stoop to a trick so contemptible as this. The Code, makes the intentional misprint ing of a candidate's name a misde meanor, and the ofllce doing this dirty work for the ring will have an oppor tunity of answering to tho law for its smartness and venality. Voters, Beware. We are informed that a number of different kinds of frauds on the Peo ple's Ticket are in tho hands of the ring wire-pullers. One of these Is the entire ring ticket for Councilmen, with t he name of P. BeaUDBY on the top. 'i'iiiH iivket has bee-si iss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 December 1874

CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY DEC. 6, IS7I. ■■a ■ BsssaMßSMia {■■■■ msssin ■aMaaaai ™ TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OJJK DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first insertion, and twkntv-kivi: cents per Square tor each subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Florence Kent to-morrow night. McDonald received bin life sentence yesterday in the District Court. The Board of Supervisors will meet to-morrow. The Gipsy sailed for Snn Diego yes terday. Thirteen foreigners were admitted to citizenship in the Courts yesterday. There is a message at the Telegraph office for Henry Haskln. There will be a Sunday School con cert tit the Fori street Methodist Church to-night. Mr. Hansen will start out with a party to-morrow to survey (he Oenti neiia Rancho*. Mr. E. W. Doss Is announced as a candidate for Councilman from tho Third Ward. The Orizaba sailed for San Diego at noon yesterday. She will return on her upward bound trip to-morrow. The Wm. ruber will sail for San Diego to-day. Passengers will take ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUMDAY DEC. 6, 1*74. — ~ ■■ '■ " " ~ ■ ■—• A. F. Howigof Santa Clara claims to have discovered a process of curing raisins superior to the evaporating process. It consists in dipping grapes into a chemical solution at a boiling heat, which lias the effect of prepar ing the fruit for drying co that the skins will not break, and the stems are rendered so strong that the bnnches remain perfect. He has settled in Los Angeles and intends going into the business. . r COURT REPORTS. imtrict court.—■fin Hi in 3. s.-.ti-sday, Decembers. McDonald sentenced on conviction of mur der In the first degree to imprisonment for life. Jean P. Mcrandette admitted to citizenship. Comity C«ort-O'>IKi.VE»T,.I. Saturday, December 5. Louis C. Cayac, Valenan Mon Coronel.YH lard Fredolin, Joseph Canrobert, Peter Pelle flgue, .flcipla Grumnod, Jo«. Lassere. Victor Meyer, natives of r ranee,; John Patrick, na tive ot Ireland, and James Devine, Keunith McKenzie, natives of Grea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 December 1874

guides %n\x\L MONDAY DEC. 7, 1874. POSTAL CHAISTGHCIS. Tho following postal changes wont Into op eration, July Ist, 1874: All publications are froo of postage to subscribers in the county in which they e-re published. Rooks and pack ages of merchandisP» to tlio weight of four pounds, can be s "lit by mail at the rate of one Cent for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied packages may bo entirely enclosed. Some portion of sealed packages must He oponeu for Inspection. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -1 o - P A.BEB " ' _L_ OF' ' Holiday Goods Have Just Arrived at the DOLLAR STORE O BJ — DUNSMOOR BROS., Consisting of the most beautiful collodion of Vases, Mantle, .Smoker and Cologne Sets. Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, CARD AND CIGAR CASES. Brackets, Wall Pockets, Hat and Towel Racks, TO V S In an on'tfleM variety. Also, DOLLS of overy kind, with children's l-fm-iiittivo Het*. Ten, 'Wagoiiß, AV r heelb»rrows, Cn,rtn, XJivby Citrriinje*. Cnrrynllt* GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY. A good assortme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 December 1874

MONDAY DEC 7, 1874. Tickets. In order to accommodate the people and enable voters to supply them selves with ballots before going to the polls, we this morning Issue fifteen hundred copies of the Hr.RAI.D-Extra, in each of which are folded three bal lots—all the straight People's Ticket. As far as It could be done, the ballots are delivered in the proper tffttrds; but as some errors In this respect will nec essarily oomir, we suggest to all voters to closely examine their ballots and see that they are for their respective wards. A Trick of the Ring. Citizens, look well to your tickets. Bc»n them closely. We have been shown a ticket, of which we are told thousands are printed, on which the name of "P. Peaudry" appears for Mayor. This is intended to deceive the friends of Mr. Beaudry and cause them to lose their vote by using a bal lot that will be thrown out. The ring managers must be reduced to the low est extremes when they will stoop to a trick so contemptible as this. The Code ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 December 1874

MONDAY DEC. 7, IST! Local Intelligence. Beware of bogus tickets. Now comes tbe tug of war. Go to the polls ami vote early. The Supervisors hold their regular monthly session to-day. The Orizaba sails for Santa Barbara and San Francisco to-day. The Wm. Taber sailed for San Fran cisco yesterday. Yesterday was as warm and sunny as mid-summer. Gov. A. P. K. Saffbrd of Arizona is stepping at the Pico House. The funeral of Mr. J. M. Smalley took place from the Episcopal Church yesterday afternoon, and was well at tended. According to tho provisions of the Political Code, the polls will be opened at one hour after sunrise to-day and kept open until sunset. Let every man who has a vote uso it to-day, and let him vote for the over throw of all monopolies, cliques and rings. The funeral services of A. A. Frazor occurred at 2 o'clock yesterday after noon, under the auspices of the Ma eon !c fraternity. The deceased was a member of the Order sojourning in our city. Los Angeles will hold a regim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 December 1874

REAL ESTATE BROKERS. J. M. BALDWIN. CiIAS. E. lIF.ANE. Real Estate and Money BROKERS. the Firm of J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate Real K*iat<> sales anil Money Loans, at 79 1-3 Downey Block, ground floor. $3,000 will buy farm of 64 acres fine land. No irrigation needed. Located near rail way stlon. House and well on tho premises. FOR SALE.-A LIMITED NUMBER of Shnres lv a mining property, In Los A n gcles county. Htoek unassessable. No debts due by the Ccmpany. Party sells on ly a por tion of stock held. A rare chance for att in vestment with prospect of rich returns. ■TOR SALE.-12-ACRK TRACT ou San ■ Pedro street. Price, $5,300. FOR SALE, so ACRES SPLENDID land. Cosh value of improvements, fl, -200. Location, lust outside City. Price, SiO per acre. , FOR SALE.-HOUSE WITH SEVEN rooms, bath rooms etc., complete. Lot lUOxlOufeet. UearlAg Lime, Lemon, nnd other trees—Vines bearing—Orange trees will bear next season. Location, choice. FOR SALE--CHOICE DWELLING, cen trally located. Six...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 December 1874

VOLUME 111. I* Published eve:, inOTnlngOXODpl MondJv .> i y nik uwanoei.escity and county i'RINTIN't; AXU PMiI.ISHINH CO. OFFICE Herald sunn, Boutt and Job •'. liitbiK House, spring strei t, opposite the I'olll-t House TKRMSI Per anrUim, by mall or express $10 six month* •• m 2 Three months '< •« 3 Ii 'livered by ecnlent, per week, lii cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published c\cry Sat unlay morning. TERMS, i Joe year, hy mall or express, Singh) Copy...*:! W) Six months, •' •• •• ' j75 Three " " « « 1 do Advertisements inserted at renscnahle rates All Winds or ,I«i!i-V,ork done to Corn icle with Knu FrsncllCO in I'ricc, Stylo. 011,1 i;ie-a:s<-<- ol Vtorli 111..nsf,>|>°. Everybody Is woii'lerlnir why Ihe ItAZAAII Is selling their goods so chenp, Tho reaskiti Is they must clear out their Spring and Sum mer good: to make room for tli.i Immense BtOCK of Fall and Winter goods Which they will soon receive. » ThO BASAAR Is now giving 13 yards Best American Prints lor SI, Also...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. ITKSDAY DEC. 8, 1874. Tub Stockton Leader —Lac it a Dr. Force Gordon's paper - which by the way, Is the only real live paper in Stockton, lias been enlarged and oth erwise improved. We are pleased to note this evidence of the Leader*t prosperity and hope it will continue to grow and prosper until its dimensions exceed those of a blanket and its finances enable Mrs. (louuoN to es tabllsh a large bank. The election yesterday passed off quietly. There were one or two small skirmishes with fists but they lasted only a moment and were promptly quelled. The saloons Were all closed, aud only those familiar with the back ways and byways could obtain a drink for love or money. The excite ment was inteuse and the streets were crowded from the opening of the polls in the morning until a vote could no longer be made useful. The main fight was on the Mayor and the next important struggle was for Marshal. Both sides worked steadily all day. We do not think agreatde...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 December 1874

CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE DOLLAR per Hanaro often lines, first insertion, and TWENTT-fTVK cents per Suuare loreacn suiMSiiiwni Insertion, TUESDAY DEC. 8," 1574. I'<H'l'Al, ('II WOKS. The following postal change* went into op eration, July Ist, is?I: ah publications are Ireeol |H»stage to subscribers in thecountv In which they are published. Booksand pack ages ol merchandise, to the weight of four pounds, can i>, sent by mall at tlie rate orotic cent tor every Iwo ounces or fraction over, rieu packages may t.e entirely enclosed, s .me portion .of sealed package* must be opened lor inspecl ion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie Steamer Ori/.aba sailed for San Francisco yesterday. The Florence Kent Troupe hold forth at Merced Theatre to-night. There is joy in the house of Mr. L. M. Holt over a son who put in his ap pearance last Sunday. McDonald, the wife-murderer, who was sentenced to imprisonment for life, was started for San Quenttu yes terday, by the Oriza...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TI'ERDA)f DEC. 8, tB7l. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern- -Tele graph singe lane- Arrive nt 7:20 A. M.:close at- 7-JM P. M. Letters Intended lor Eagistry must be' presented before 0 I*. M. Coast Line stations between S.m Krauclsco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara -Ar rive a I ll::!0 A. M.: closes at 0:00 P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tl», Capistranos etc.—Arrives at B;2U p. M., closes a, 7:. ll \. M. Southern Arizona-Tucson. Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Trl-Weekly Ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Tuesday and Fri day at (i:2O P. M.; leaves Monday, Wednes day, and Saturday: M.-il closes at 7:;»l A. M. Sort hern Any ona- Prcscott, Wickenberit and Way stations—semi-Weekly—Arrives "nes day'and l riday at t:3S P. M: leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 !5 P. M. San Bernardino and Way Stat ions-San Ga briel. El Monte, Illverside, etc.; arrives at 9:i15 A. M.; closes at 2:15 P. M. Wilmington and Way Station...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 December 1874

VOTiUME 111. jo* »craia. IsPnMlslred ere,, morning except Monday l y IHK LOS ANOELEM CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING 00, <>FF!CK-I!«rr.ld Steam Hook and Job I rliitiitjr Hoiimc. Spring street, opposite the 1 ourt Hou«e. TERMS: l er annum, by mall or express 310 six months " «. J Three months " m 3 Delivered by carriers, per vveek,".'.!.'...'.'.'i"> cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. o'.ey ear,by mail orexpress,s|nglecopy...*3 00 six months, " " ■> j ss Three M a v "' j (^ Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates All Minis of Job-Work done to Com- P«se with Nan I < niici-.ro in FrlftC, Wtyle, ami Elcynucc of Workinßnslilp. Everybody Is wondering why the Bazaar is sellingtheir goods so cheap. Tho reason is they must clear out their Spring and Sum mer goods to make room for the immense stock of Fall and Winter goods which they will soon receive. <■ The Baza Ait is now giving 12 yards Best American Prints for $1, Also, six. y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 December 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY DEC. 0. IS7L Thk track of the Southern Pacific road is now laid about six miles this side of Bakersfleid. It costs S2"> per day to keep a team of horses at Panamint. Hny Is hay out there. Key. Mr. Messenger, of San Gabriel, lately Imported from Pan:.ma byway of experimeut, several hun dred -mall pine apple plants. They are now several Inches out of the ground nnd give promise of doing well. On: evening cotemporary says the secret history of Monday's election would make an interesting pamphlet. We venture to say that there is at least one chapter iv th« secret history of the campaign which it would not like to have made public. The tri-weekly line of stages run ning between Kernville and Pana mint cannot accommodate the travel toward the mines. Seats are engaged days ahead. The line is daily be tween Bakcrsficld aud Kernville and it is said the stage will run daily through to Panamint short time. Wk owe an apology to our country readers. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 December 1874

Ilttflcto lieviiUl. CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WKDXKSDAY DEC. !), 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, flrM Insertion, aid twinty-ki vi; cenls per Square Poreasn subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie Aliso Mill-are being re-built. The Senator will sail for Baa Diego 10-morrow. Mr. Davis reports a short supply of apples and pears al his Fruit Drying Wonts, Mr. J. J. CarrlllO, our Marshal-elect, was tlie recipient ol a serenade last night. There are messages at the Western Union Telegraph office for Charles Sterling Jr., 11. A. Gafolay, Don Juan Clement and C. H. Watts. The sailing of the Wm. Taber for San Francisco has been postponed un til to-day. Passengers will take the 10 A. SC. train. The case of Meyer vs. Roth was on trial iv the District Court yesterday. No other business was transacted in the Court. Adoli'o Lopez was appointed Admin istrator by the Probate Court yester day, in the estalo of Joaquin Busta mente. A grand festival will be hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 December 1874

£00 iuui.. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY DEC. '.), 1871 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Deeds filed for record for the 48 hours ending December 8, 1871, as reported for the Herald by Judson, Gillette A Adams, exam iners of title. No. 39, Spring street, Los Ange les: R. T. Polk to I. W. Hellman et al.—Grant or's interest in lots 6 and 7. block B, of the 85 --aore city donation lots. Also, an undivided ■i in certain purchase money due from L. A. City Homestead Association; $.1,100. J. F. Barnaul to Richard Ful'graff — Interest of grantor to N. W. of Sec. 10. T. 2 S., 11. 9 T. A. Sanehe* et nx. to A. J. Bradfleld.—Lot 9 lv block 3 of Sancbei tract, city; $250. Chx-. A. Kergu«ou to Felipe LoWo.—Eighty Adjoining Pueblo San Juan Caplstrano: $400. J.G Mleheuer to Felipe !,obo.—3V, mile ucst of San Juan Caplstrano; $100. C. A. Korguson to J. E. Bacon.—On« acre in Men Juan Caplstrano; $250. J. E. B u'ou to Richard Eg-an. —An undivided \ of above acre lot; Jlis. A. Robinson et al. to D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 10 December 1874

VOLUME 111. &ojs *tcvai<l Is Published i vci j morning except Monday I >' IIIK tOH \NOKI.ES CITY AND CDIIMV I'RINTINi; ami PI'ULIMHINu PO, OFFICE—Herald stenrn Hook mid Job I rlMtlnK Uoijhc. Spring street, opposite tho Court Hons-.. ' TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express «in six months * £ Three months •• •< "11!...... | delivered by carriers, week xt cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morni'ii;. TERMS. Oae year, by mail or express, single oopy.JU) no six months, " « •• * ... i 75 Three *i 1. 4. I j |,Q Advertisements inserted al reasonable rules All Kinds or Job-Work done to f ont pete tilth Kmi 4'rnnelNCo in Price, Btyie, »ml Kleywiee *rt Worknutushi p. Everybody Is wondering win the' Bazaar , selling their goods so cheap, The reason is they must clear out their Spring and Sum mer goods to mak" room for th; Immense stock of Fall nnd Winter goods which they '.Till IOOn receive. « The Baza a v Is now giving 12 yards Best American Prints lor SI. Also, si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 10 December 1874

Xoo JUftrtcs Scraltl CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY DEC. 10, 1874 VENUS has transited and no percep tible consequences have resulted ex cept perhaps a mild attack of rabies on Hit* part of our evening contemporary. Everybody should attend the rail road mass meeting on Saturday even ing. Every Los An gates merchant, every owner of a fool of land in the city or valley, and eveiy farmer, fruit or stock grower in Los Angeles and San Dcrnardino counties is directly interested in the road for which the meeting called to take the prelimi nary steps toward building. If we build the Los Angeles and Independ ence Railroad it will add millions of dollars to the wealth of our valley. If we do not build it we shall soon lose a great deal of the trade we now have. The facts are before the people and they slum Id ret upon them promptly and decisively. A Needed Measure. One of tho first acts of the new Council after organization should be a compliance with the law in the ap pointment of a...

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