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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY, ...JAN. 21, 1875. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. i INK DOi.bAH per Bqiiaro of ten lines, lirst i,isi rtiuu, and TVBK'rr-Ki vu cents per .Squire inn aeh subseiptent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The rainfall at S.in Diego has been very light. The KnljrliWT«mplttrhaVe un lifter est ing conclave to-night. Scores of visitor*, rain-bound/have been lit the city for the post few days. The Brand .Jury will probably con clude its work to-morrow. The public, schools are now open, and a full attendance Is requested. A "Granger" gave a Chinaman a fearful drubbing last evening on Main street. Mooniy, of the Occidental Laundry, openly rejoices thai the rain drowned out several Celestial establishments. The foot-bridge leading nero« the river to Mast Los Angeles has been washed away by the rains. The stages of the Ooa«t Line from San Diego will, hereafter connect with the cars at Anaheim. The Spring Street liailroad is again hi running order, und the ears made their ...

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. — 21 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1875. Mr. F. P. F. Temple yesterday, re ceived a letter written by a prominent citizen of Inyo county bkUUug that at least $100,000 gtafijUi of stock in the Los Angeles,and Independence Rail road will be readily taken hi that county. This Is pood new* and ren ders assurance doubly sure that the stock of th« road will be speedily taken and tbe work of building pushed rap idly ahead. Our correspondent and agent to whom bus been assigned the task of collecting information relative to the land and water privileges of the Cuca monga Homestead Association, which will be of value to those seeking infor mation on that subject, writes that he has possessed himself of all the facts, and will forward to the Herald in a week or so a detailed" report of his views and observations. The Los Angeles and Pacific Rail road Company, whose object is to build a road connecting this city with the ocean at what ta known as the Salt Works"; u/o obtaining a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1875. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. <»NX I»OI, LAH per Square of ten lines, tirst i usertiun, and i w k.ntv-I' i vi; cents per .square i- ,i each .subsecftront Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The rainfall st San Diego has been very light. The Knight* Templar have an inter esting conclave to-night. Scores of visitors, tain-bound, have been in the city for the past few days. Tho Grand Jury will probably con clude its work to-morrow. Tiie public schools are now open, and a full attendance is requested. A '4G ranger" gave a Chinaman a fearful drubbing last evening on Main street. Mooney, of the Occidental Laundry, openly rejoices that the rain drowned out Several Celestial establishments. The foot-bridge leading aero« the river to East fjok Angeles has been washed away by the rains. The stages of the CajhhL Dine from San Diego hereafter connect with the cars at Anaheim. The Spring Street Kaihoad is again in running order, uud the curs made their...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY,.. JAN. 21, 1875. City and County Official Directory. < Mty Directory. I*. BEAUDRY.. Mayor Office, Council Chamber. J.J. CAKRILLO, City Marshal Office, No. 45 Spring afreet, I. J. MELLUS City Treasurer Oflice, Court Honse. A. W. 11CTTON City Attorney Office, No. 56 Temple Block. M. KREMER Oily Clerk Office, No. 45Springstrt>el. Wm. K. MOORK City Surveyor Office, Moore A Keleher, New High St. t'ummoa c ouncil: Meets at Council Rooms, No. 43-gprlng St at 7:30 M., Thursday of each week. councilmen : T. P. CAMPBELL L. LIC HTENBE 110KR. J. MULLALY. .1. O. CARMONA. W. W. ROBINSON. K. HOTELLO. M TEMP JOSK, M ASC AUF.L, C. E. HITIiER. L. WOLFSKILL I: H. WORKMAN, T. LttAHY. Cliiunher of Commerce; S. LA/.ARD.I'KM.. W.J. BRODRICK, 8. a CASWELL, Secretary- Treasurer. M J.NEWMARK. EUGENE MEYER, JOHN (i.JX>WNEY, J. DX B. SHORIt, R. M. WIDNEY, I. W. LOUD, E. E. HEWITT, IL U. BARROWS. Board of Education: H. D. BARROWS, President, M. KREMER, See'v. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 January 1875

VOLUME lit $11 grisgtkii iUtaUl is Published evei.v inornlim excepl Monday u> THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING and PUBLWHINQ CO. OFFICE—Herald Kteam Book nu<l Job I'riutinsT llonae, Spring street, opposite the Court rionse. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express...... JIO si \ months " " 6 Three mouths " M • ;i Delivered by carriers, per week, -•> cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published eveiy Saturday morning. TERMS. Owe year,by mail ore.\press,singlecopv...s.l 0(» six months, " " " •< ' ... i 75 Three " " " » ... 100 Advertlseinenls inserted nf teasonalde rates Will soon he issued, the third edition of the HERALD PAMPHLET; Compiled from the columns of the DAILY HE BALD, nnd containing the most eom plcto and reliable Information relative ta 1.0- Anif(des ('ily and Ooun'y. IVlee, 2") cents. All Kinds of Job-Work done to t'oin pele with Sinci Frniiclsco in Price, ol tlc. 1111.1 HtasjaasMa «»l W«»rkniaii>.lilp. SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. A I.OH A Rye IMI l.odgrc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1875. The Story Not Half Told. To the Eastern and European ear a flavor of exaggeration attaches to what it is now the fashion to write of California. A very few years ago our Btate watt comparatively isolated and was principally known as the region where adventurous men came to seek sudden fortuues. Very fewCalifor nians themselves know much of the agricultural, pomological and other capabilities of a State which now-a days exports more than hall' the wheat sent from the United States to foreign lands, and In which three-fourths of the wine which to-day is made iv the United States is manufactured. It was in 1857, in fact, that JOHN B. WELLS, from his seat in the United States Senate, said that he would not give "two bits" for all the agricultural lauds in California. He thought he knew the State from Alpha to Omega, and yet how completely he was de ceived the record of the last seven years shows with a luminousness that loaves no po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY,... JAN. 22, |BW, TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE DOLLAR nerHrjnarflnftcn linos, first Insertion, ami twkxtv-kivk cents per square un-each subsequent Insertion. LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE. Following Is the t. nipcruture for the weeli lint January 21* t, IWftt TkßajfoMKrne har. n\vs. lien-. tHtve, mt'ii, mean. 'Ja;n Friday, Jan. Is>b til 17 51 tt.Hl Saturday, • Mb hi ts MK-W"! Hutiday, •' I ,*lh 56 "»:t 51 ZB:S8 Momlav, '■ IS Ii (il HI 58 Tuesday. " l'tu ut) r>s 59 29:08 Wednesday, " i»'li '« 11 M'S...SS»:B« Thursd y, •• HI IS fU'^.••*»:'« THOM v* BOLD, THi Loner., UiiiiKN Meadows. lios Angeles, LOCAL BREVITIES. Real estate has materially advanced iv value since the late rains. The District Court will resume ope rations on Monday next. Delayed mails from 'Frisco and the East will be here this morning at nine o'clock. Mr. S. L. Dewey goes to San Fran cisco 10-day to bo absent for a fort night. Mark Mendlesshon has been ap pointed Postmaster at San J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1875. City and County Official Directory. City XJirectory. P. BEAUDRY, Mayor Otlico, Counell chamber. J. J. CARRILIA), Clly Marshal Office, No. 45 Spring st reet. J. J. ME LLCS, City Treasurer Offlce, Court House. A. W. HUTTON City Attorney Offlce, No. StS Temple Block. M. KBEMER. ...... City Clerk Offlce, No. 45 Spring street. WM.E. MOORE City Surveyor Office, Moore A Keloher, New High st. Ommou (unlicit: Meets at Council Rooms, No. to Spring St.. at 7:30 p. M., Thursday of each week. OOCHCILMKH : T. P. CAMPBELL. L. LICirTENRERGER. J. MITI.LALY. j. O. CARMONA. W.W.ROBINSON. R.SOTELLO. MTEEI). JOSE MVSCAUEL. C.V- HUBER. L. WOLFSKILL. E. IL WORKMAN. T. LEAHY. Chamber of Commerce: S. LAZARD, PkKS., W. J. BRODRICK, S.B.CASWELL, Secretary. Treasurer. M J.NEWMARK. * EUGENE MEYER, JOHN G. DOWNEY, J. De B. SHORE, R, M. WIDNEY, I. W. LORD, E. E. HEWITT, 11. D, BARROWS. Board of duration: H. D. BARROWS, President. M. KREMER, Sec'v. ALFRED JAME...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 January 1875

VOLUME 111. Is Pin-lished every morning except Momlny hf THE LOH ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PURLIHHING DO, OFFICE—Herald Steam Hook and Job l»rl ii I 1 hit House, Spring street, opposite Old Court House. TERMS: I'erannum, by mall or express $10 Blx moulds " " 4 Three months " " * I Delivered hy curriers, per week, 26 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Hat il relay morning. TERMS. Oaeyear.by mall or ex press, single copv...J!l 4H> •Six mourns, " " " " ... 175 Three " " " " " ... Ino Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates Will soon bo Issued, the third edition ol the HERALD PAMPHLET; Compiled from the columns of the DAILY HEKALD. and containing the most com plete and reliable Information relative to l,<> Augeles City and County. Price, 21 cents. All Kinds of Job-Work done to Oora pele with Nan ft'rwirelne* In t'riee. Ntyle, and Kleg-auee ol Wurl.mnii-.liii>. SOCIETY MOTSCES. Masonic Notice. ft I.oh AiitfelOM Lodge No. 4il, F. A A. 91.—The stated meet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY JAN. 23, 1875. I'HE Santa Barbara Frets of the 15th Instant says: "The mil road men at WashingtogMMtin amending Tom. Scott's bill, are acting In bad faith with Los Angeles, which has paid a heavy subsidy to tlie Southern IV.cirie; and, unless the amendment is defeated, will be left forty miles to the westward of the main Hue." The Placer Arffw i« one of the most intensely Republican journals in this or any other Mate. This intensely Republican journal sustains the mili tary rwnrpations in Louisiana and says of tbe Republicans in that S*ate: There Is an undoubted majority of Republicans, and Republicans, too, who are disposed to be honest and peaceable; but three-fourths of theui .*mJf9iorant blacks, easily misled and fh tf initiated. The other fourth is large ly made up of designing demagogues, material that all will agree is net the best out of which to manufacture leaders. CONGRESSMAN LUTTRELL is about to make a move which will check, if it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 January 1875

£00 SraUl CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1875. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OMR DOLLAR perKquare often lines, firs! Insertion, anil twknty-kivh cents per Square for each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES Real estate business is lively again. Tlie weather In beautiful anil tlie mud is fast drying up. Trains are running regular on the Wilmington road. The Senator left yesterday with a goodly number of passengers. Tlie San Diego IHftlj arrived yester day with tlie Union of the loth. The Spadra branch is reported in good condition again. Mr. Johu W. Lowe will phase, call at this otlice for a letter. Trains will be running through to Anaheim by Monday next. Passenger! for Han Diego per Orizaba will leave here at 10:15 a. m. to-day. We learn that Councilman Work man is jubilant over a young daugh ter. Supt. Hewitt ia working ilko a beaver, and will soon have the rail roads all right again. .illume U lvieiveuej ticu trie main inouiiil knot lor m Chinese couple yes terday a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 January 1875

C(TY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 187*. *:*^-. ■ —— City and County Official Directory. City I>irectory. P. - Mftyoi Offlee, Council Chamber. J. J. CARRILTA), .City Marshal Offlee, No. 45Spring street. J. J. MELLUS, City Treasurei Olllce, Court House. .\. W. HUTTON City Attorney Office, No. 68 Temple Block. ,„ M. KHSMEU City Clerk Gffice,No. 458prlngstreet. WM. E. IvioORE ■■••■City Surveyoi Office, Mooro A Keleliee, New High St. OsenatMt Conneili Meets at Council Booms, No. 45 SprinnS!.. »t7:SO p. If., Thursday of each week COUitCILMKX : TP. CAMPBELL. L. LIGHTEN BERGER. J M tTLLA LV. J. G. CA KMON'A. W. W. ROBINSON. K.ROTELLO. _ M TEED. JOftE MASCAREL, O.K. HIIBER. L. WOLFSKILL. E. H. WORKM AN. T. LEAHY. Chamber or 4'oiiiinerpp! «,». 8. LAZAHD, Pres., W. J. BRODHICK, S. B. CASWELL, secretary. Treasurer. M J. NEVTM AUK, " ED OEN E MEY E It, JOHN ft. DOWNEY, J. Dltß. SHOER, R. M. WIDNEY, L W. LORD, E. E. HEWITT, H. D, BARROWS. MMfent «»f Ktlaeallon: H. D. BARROWS, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 January 1875

VOLUME 111. gcraM. Is Published eveiy morning except Monday by THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING 00. OFFICIO—HeraId Steam Book and Job I'riutiutf House, Sprint; street, opitofttc the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 Six months " ' " a Three mouths " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, 2o cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. Due year, by mall oi express, single enpv...s:i (Hi Six months, " " ¥ •• ' ... j 75 Three " " «' " " ... jOO Advertisements inserted nt reasonable rates Will soon bo issued, the Ihlnl edition ofthe HERALD PAMPHLET; Compiled from the columns of the DAILY HERALD, ami containing th« most com plete and reliable Information relative to Los Angelea Cily and County. Price, 2", cuts. All Klnils ,»r Job-Work done to Com pete Mit h San FrniirlNCo In IT lee, Style, ami ICleuaiicc <>f Workiiiiiiinliip. SOCiEIY NOTICES. _ _ —, Masonic Notice. t\ Imh UrngMm i .<><ige No. 42, r. * A. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY, JAN. 21, 1875. Judge Lindley's letter of with drawal from the Independent State Central Committee is printed in nearly all the San Francisco papers, and,with the exception of the Chronicle, gener ally endorsed, r The attention of those members of the State Board of Education who voted for a change of school text books Is called to the resolution passed hy the Los Anjreles Grange, which we print this morning. These resolutions express the sentiment of th* people on the subject. TBI Republicans of Connecticut have nominated a State ticket and passed resolutions endorsing the Pres ident's Louisiana policy, as expressed in his late message. We do not know what will he the speed of candidates running on this sort of platform iv Connecticut, but in California they would ruu a very slow race. Chas. A. Wetmore, Washington correspondent of the Alta and llccord, been arrested or ordered to appear before the House Investigating Com mittee tm explain some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JAN. 24, 1575. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE I>oM,\ll per Square of ten hues, first Insertion, and i wkn rv-i-1 vk cents per Square I'meiich Subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Our townsman M. J< Newmark re turned from Pananiinl yesterday. The Coast Line stages are making regular trips and good time. CSSfe The firm of Buggies & Bland has been dissolved; Mr. Buggies retiring. The Ventura is advertised to sail for Sail Diego next Wednesday. The District Court will open session to-morrow. Contractors wh:> repair damage done for which they aro n it responsible,arc. rare hut Gallagher ta one of them. Mr. Saxe sold the hist of his band of thoroughbred bulls a few days ago, to Chas. Thomas of Temecula. Hy the weekly Guardian we see that there is a daily Guardian. That's nil we know about it. It is reported that one man at the Monte lost one hundred head of sheep during the late rain. It is reported that the Anaheim brailch was completed to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY, JAN. 24, 1875. Later from Maryville- Loss of Life and Property. Marysville, January 22d. — The water has subsided and the damage done Is now apparent. The streets are obstructed with boxes, dead cattle, etc. The merchants have raised their goods on boxes and barrels, but in a few cases only are the stores above high water mark. The aggregate loss in twenty business houses was enough to build a good levee around the city. The damage to public buildings is quite serious. Tlie loss of the Marys ville Woolen Mills is probably the largest of any single property. A number of churches are considerably damaged and others uninjured. The levees can be rebuilt and made sub stantial, under intelligent manage ment, with no large expenditure of money The break iv the north levee Is about 300 feet in length. The others are small breaks. Stores, saloons and shops are open again and a general clean-up has commenced. Bridges are gone between the First and Secon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 January 1875

VOLUME 111. I* Putdbthad morning ufcuflt Monday by % THK LOH ANGKLKS CITY AND COI'NTY PRINTING AND PUMUSHING CO. OK KICK—H«mM Slcnni (took hwl Job t*riuti_|r llou«e. Spring sireel, opposite tlio Court House. TKIIMH: IVr annum, by mall or express JIO Mi* months " " A Three months " " • S Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Hat .unlay morning. TERMS. One year, by mail or ex press,*! 11 gI o copy.. .$3 oo six months, " " " " ... |75 Three " " " '« " ... Ino Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates Will soon bo Issued, the third edition of the HERALD PAMPHLET; Compiled from the columns of the DAILY IIKHALI), nnd containing the most com plete and reliable information relative to Los Angeles City and County. Price, tl cents. All Kinds of Jub-Unrk done to <oin pele with Sail FrunriM'o In I'r lee, •Style, aud Klognsce ul H'urhmn •■'»!■ 11>. SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. ft I.os A-jrtjlM Lodge Kw. 4_, r. a a. m. -Tlio stated meeting*,of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1875. TlisSan Diego 6 T nion opposes the action of the State Grange in asking Congress to aid the Southern Pacific Company to build tho Pacific end of the Texas Pacific Road. We are credibly informed that a gold note bank will soon be started iv this city. The parties are not at present residents of Los Angeles city but are men of large means. 11 is their purpose to place the bank on a commercial basis and do an extensive and varied business. Zack Chandler who believed that the Republican party could never be defeated In Michigan, and that he would retain his seat in the United States Senate as long as ho lived, has changed his mind, now that another man has been elected to till his place. In another column will be found a detailed account of the inundation of Marysville, which will be road with Interest, tha ~r property has been even greater than at first re ported. The damage will exceed one million dollars. This to a town of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 January 1875

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. inn mi i in imi inn i ■■inn mi iimi TUESDAY, JAN. 2(5, 1K75. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. one iNiid, \ re per Square oftdn tines, flrst Insertion, and twknty-I'l vk cents pei Square for each subsequent I use ft lon. LOCAL BREVITIES. The St. Charles Restaurant will he "poned Wednesday morning. The Orizaba arrived at Wilmington yesterday. The wires were down between Wil mington nnd this place yesterday. Tlie sailing of the Kalorama for up per porta will probably be postponed until to-morrow. Orange Grove Kncampment No. 31,. I. O. O. F. meets this evening. A full attendance is requested. The bridge over tlie Arroyo on the Los Nietos road washed away yester day. Our Auaheim correspondent says there are 13,000 sacks of grain waiting shipment at that point. The stroets aro again muddy, ex cept where the new grading lias been done. Wo received yesterday five days' mail from Santa Barbara, which was detained by reason of tlie impassable roads. Our farmers and stock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 January 1875

Joss gfojjfU* $m\L CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY, JAN- 2(J > (Written for the Herald) MADAM Twas sacred else, when pity touched Her woman's heart th' arrow flew, One simple "yes," then beauty blushed, And Joy to him responsive drew. Now ajre and beauty both combine. To bring perfection into view, While round hor heart more strings enl wine, To tighter bind ber love anew. A, roses mil H sweetness blown, Must need their early morning dew, I leavo them gathering bliss alone— A merry Christmas wish—adieu. Lots. LETTER LIST List of letters remaining lv the I/os Angeles Pestotflce Monday, January 23, 1875. To ob tain these letter* say "Advertised." All let ter* not called for In HO days will lie returned to the Dead Letter Otrleo: A „ „ I _ ■ lonian* list. Andrew,, Mrs John Bennett. Mis S W Belmont, Miss Fannie Bernat, Miss Maria Brake. Mrs Barbara Ousldie, Itel'utio Cashan. Mrs Mary Carmona, Hridg''t Prissy, Mrs S D'l.is, Eiotsa Ford, Miss Julia Flasg, Mrs A Fears, Miss Minn...

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