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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

FARMS! ORCHARD LANDS! Tin: PfSfHftf .tie*.* MXM In Los Angeles County. GOOD FACILITIES FOR IRRIGATION! Vfnkrp fttmlslliM ionli itteeli-iNtr It. i \ RAIN, CORN AND ALFALFA v* LAXI>, rWfeetJv ndapted totJSMCWft, (ai.'.Nuw.i:.! iIES, aLMONWI, w'ALNt js *.ui<i!tAi'i.. . T. .1 rtOMl r.-nia Lofl AWf'*«mo .!!•':•-i. • Renin ~. lab rlMlrnMtl rVbm I/is Angeles '>•"> Aaehetrn passes thrpvirh the center of thf> trnet. Well noU'trd u<.'ir;hl»rhoo(l, flood Reboots. Widely known and ui'/'.'ly uppreetatcd tho LOS NIETOS TSSACT. S.OOO 'ACRES Offered for ja/j* oa most favorable terat.s m tracts, Ttttc, fntted tttnW'M Patent.' oCUOULI t.s/jmtß ok McUAN & H a R D V, 3:ia Xontgonterjr Ntreet,Saii rntttetaro, V Q i 'At 451 jll £1 5f fiff It Ct , I n J ft 3 fit* GvfitiiU StS*- ... t*. \V. MO»;< i A V, 1 «Oft) -V »urM< h I >»•..!. EL I I -LTO.N. Us Ni ;os |jj nov27d.»w|tt«] _ J. L. WARD ite CO. M...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

MERCHANT TAILORS. GTRELBTZ, AT KRCHANT TAIIiOR— i-l I MAIN ST., sr. UtWKLTiH,FAROOA Co Milken the n»o<t Cwhlonable style of C IjO r r ai iS Gr Io ho obhilned In the seotHern country. Also a 1....:,' s;n:-k ofthe Newest and best Cloths lViesklnS, Beavers, Fancy • i"--,'meres. Velvet and Milk Vest lo<!*i etc. A fit kuurantSM, Kef • ■* to tho principal c< iKletnen ofthe^ltjr for \ oom ho hns mede nlothiax, No iiecsslly lo «' nd m San !'rrm"lHpn for /oo<i iii.k>*stills. i)«a*te iThauoh, M KRCHANT TAILOR. • M i. k COMMERCIAL STUKET. All theLATEHT STYLES recaived by every steamer, and msde up In the latest styles and most suitable nune/, and on tho most re** lAtnifhih terms, ; call \M' EXAMINE iheen gotxls, befoi ;.'i>. h, c your orders. notflntlpl ■■esßassweiaassMaaMewswawwttwaiMwawi^Mtai FOR 3ALS TO LET. LAND FOR SALE. T OCATED ABOUT TWO MILES J J south ot'ilio Los Nietos Depot, A splendid DO-ACRE LOT Is ottered for jtJKj...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. OFEICE -No. II Downey's Blonk, up-stalrs. oeB»tf DR. A. 8. SHORB, J j()M«KOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, j OFFICE—Neatly ppposllethi P«;»st Office, I BEBIDENCE -No. U Franklin Wfeet. __oc2-ff DR. H. 8. ORME, pHYSICtAN AND SUROEON, < iFFICF ANO RKMIDKNCK -In Lnnftsnco's Building, No. 71 Main street. Office Honrs from 10 A. M. to 1 P. Mm and from 2 to ;i P. M. _ oc'Mf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYJMCIAN AND SUROEON, OFFICE AND nF.sII>F.NCE-tn Helnsch's Block, Cotttmerclal and Los Aegeles sti'eet'. »!oT Special nl'cntinn paid to rltsroses of the KYK AND EAR. ortVtf DR. J. W. OLIVER, TJOMOSOPATHIST. OFFf<'P AND RFTSIDEN'CE-Spring street, opposite the Mayor's Office. Ocj»lptf DR. J. M. JANCSO, OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL BUtLDINO, nnpnslte the Court House, NO. 100 MAES RTREET, LOs ANGELES, io? Special attention to Diseases of Children. nojodm* D. W. C. FRANKLIN, ME CH ANIC AL, OPERATIVE SUROEON DENTIST. OFFICE—39...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

FORWAROINO &. COMMISSION. J. L. WARD & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS —AND - Manufacturers Agents. Adwrrs r*»R L6KMN ASSURANCE MflttHl: im mmmrn COIPAHY 0? 'M FRANCISCO; CCMMicTiCiAL iRARINc. INSURANCE COIPAKT. (Combined assets exc»ed SI4.0OW.0O0! EAECOCK'S FISE EXTINGUISHER; RAKER k MAIILTON'S AGRICULTURAL MACHiRERI; THE CELEIHATED BAIN WAGON; SWAX BREWtUT CO.'S ALE AND PORTER. no'2-lmlp HELLMAN HAAS & CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. RAVE for salt: THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Ofthe choicest Imported Brands. Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes, BLINKS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Mnnd 16 Los Angelet and Commercial Sts., _no 3] LOS ANOELF:S. llin-ln SIMON LEVY, C COMMISSION MERCHANT. J General dealer In all kinds of COPNTl'.Y PRODUCTIONS}, Hides. Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts ofthe Cnlted State*. Nos. -]A and 'H AllsoS'..LOS ANGELES. ooS-lyip ■—>■>>■ nwii —...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. REPUBLIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. or * Hit AGO, lIXINOIM. Cash Capital, . 91,000,000 Branches In nil tne !Sfate* at tl»«t I ntnn. HAYI NO NO W COMPLETE D . tho organlzailo iof our Branch, We take pleasure in announcing that our Pacific Coast Stockholders have elected the following well-known Clintons as officers of our PACIFIC BRANCH: President: OLIVF.R JELDRIDOE. Vire-Presidents: THOS. -V. BALL. WM. R. WHEATON A. L OCRNKY Secretary pro tern JAR T. BOYD. Attorney THOS. HROWN Treasurer CHAS. BP RRF LI Medical Examiner Executive Committee: OLIVF.R ELDRIDQE, JOH. A. DONOHI E, JAS. T. BOYD. GEO. W. BEAM R, CHAS. BCRRELL, THUS. BKLL, L. 1). PEKIUN. DteneUms OLIVER ELDREI >GE,LELAND STAN FORD GEO. W. BRAVER, THUS. BROWN, N. O. KITTLE; C. CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN F. MILLER, THOS. H. SELBY, JAM. T. BOYD, P.. F. MORROW, C. I. BEEN HAM, K. F. BUTTERWORTH M. I). SWEENY, OEO. H. WHEATON, I. FRIEDLANDKR, WM. BTRLINO, A. BLACK. THOS.-A. BALL, lOS A. DONOHOE, WM. R. WHEATON, THOS. BE...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES 4 SAN PEDRO RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 187 a, train* will run a* follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:46 A. M. and 1 P. M. L<>s ANGELES—IO A. M. and 3:45 P. M. Except on days of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. • -, Passengers for San Frenoiseo and San Diego will leave Ln* Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. mm" Fln>t-class passenger cars will ran regnlarly. Xo Charge far atoratreta Merchant* la tha Cow a try. JOHN MILNER, Agent at Los Angeles. negtf E. E. HF:WITT.HUpt. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CP. SCIIEDI LE FOB EMBER, JOT*. THE STEAMERS & Orizaba^gJEfc Far aaata Barbara, Haa Pedro, Aaahelra Landta* aad Nasi Bte«a. STRAMKR ORIS ABA, CAW. 11. J. JOHWroit, Leaves San Arrives San Leaves San Arrives Sat FixmeUeo. Pedro. Pedro. Fmncisrv. Nov 1 Nov 3 Nov _ 6 Nov „ a Nov 18 Nov 16 Nov. 18 Not i% Nov 25! Nov 271 Nov 3t|Dec 2 STKA...

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Houses Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

Houses Wanted One of the most pressing demands ofthe times In this city, Is for good and comfortable dwellings, buildings that while they are suitable for an ordinary family, are yet of moderate cost, and can be rented low. There are a great many eastern people in town and more are coming. If they can he induced to stay here a few months, many of them will remain permanently. Rut they are accustomed to comfortable houses, and unless such can be had nt reasonable figures, they arc apt to drift nwny from us before they have staid long enough to fully appreciate the beauties of our climate, and the peculiar excellencies of Los Angeles as a place of residence. Private capital and enterprise do not seem adequate to supplying the demand and we suggest that the only way to speedily solve the problem, is to form a Ruilding Association with -ufficieot capital w»f>ui up a numb*" of neat and tasty cottages. If some of our largest real estate owners Mould make a move in this directio...

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The People's Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

The People's Convention. Colonel Wanier called tin inciting to order. General Houghton was elected President ami Mr. Hrierly Secretary. General Houghton announced the purposes of the meeting, and on Mr. Doekweiler's motion the nomination of candidates for Councilmen was begun; aud on motion of Colonel Warner each Ward voted separately for its own candidates. The lollowtttg Is the vote as it was east: THIRD WARD. Mr.Sabichi 16 Judge Thompson 17 vtr. McCarty 5 Ed. Huber." 15 Jesse Farrell •> SECOND WARD. Mr. Robinson 20 Mr. feed 10 PIRST WARD. Andrew Warner J. F. Oerkins it will thus be seen that Messrs. Sabichi, Robinson, Warner and Gerkins, are the proper candidates for Conncilmen. For School Trustees, the following vote was cast: H. D. Harrows 12 M. Krenmer 4,1 J. P. Wldney 36 W. D. Could 20 P.. L. Peel 10 Thus Messrs. Harrows, Kreamer, and Widney, were nominated. For City Assessor the following vote was cast : Wm. Derdson 20 Michael Madlgan 18 Vir. McMurray Ii Ylr. Mond...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

Late Telegrams. MEW YORK. New York, Nov. 28.—M. Quesada and Carlos del CUatolatO publish a card, stating that they are tho only representative* of tlx. BenubUean Government of Cuba abroad; that a collection of fund* for sufiering < nibans is without their authority and against the commands of their Government, and condemning nil attempts to eitlisl men as beimr in direct violation of the i laws of the land. James H. lpgersoll, convicted on Wednesday of forgery upon the county during the ring rule, "was sentenced today to fi years in rlie Slate prison at hard lalaor. Jno. D< Farrington, Jr., ponvlctodof the same offense, was sentence I to 18 months imprisonment. _ Sheriff Itrennan has rt col veil a letter from Attorney General Harlow, earnestly temonstmtfng nuafusi the indulgence shown Tweed in keeping him at the Tombs, when, according tv the requirement* of law, he should Ik* sent to the penitentiary. Tweed ale a ' Thanksgiving dinner in the Tombs with his fatu...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

FOREIGN NEWS. I'abis. Nov. 26.—The flowing dis-! patch J us*arrived in cipher from the New York HcraUVt correspondent in Madrid: The situation is a grave one. On the lf>th inst. Gen dm) Sickles, by onier <»f President Grant, delivered a formal ultimatum to President Castelar demanding prompt and vigorous reparation for insult to the United (•States flag, restoration of the Virgin* lux and release of surviving prisoners; indemnity to families of the murdered, and punishment of the murderer**; also guarantee against further outluges id Culia. The demand whs couebfd in ; « kind and sympathetic tone, but no alternative given, and General Sickles was also instructed to I say that if Cai-t 'lar did not eomplv j with the demand in a week he should ! ask for his passport, and leave .Madrid with the Legation. The time expire* to-day, and no answer has yet been received. Everything at the lunation is packed up ready for immedinte departure. Hickles has no hope tliat the ...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. Inclusively to tbe Hern 1.1. SAN FRANCISCO. Sentence* of captain Clarke nil it Hie Hates Trustee. Elected NrnallP0.% Connubial Honds Nevered 1 Kufnan ami Justice Fire at Hocklln Vallejo n County Meat Kcgaltas unit Hncew Volcanic I.riiplloii. San 1' it vNcisco, Nov. 2*. Alter a very extended review of the testimony In all cases of officers of the ship Sunrise, the United States Circuit Court to-day sentenced Captain Clarke to the county jail 1! months and to pay a fine ofSLQQQ, Harris, the first mate was sentenced to the State prison without hard labor for four years, and the second mate, Moloney, to 60days In the county jail. I). L. McDonald, J. A. Priteltard, O. A. Rognrt, T. J. Shneklcford and S. M. Day have been elected Trustees of the Kentucky Mining Company. The Health officer reported I6cn*rß of small pox In the city. Henry Simpson, a gambler, paid a tine of f 1,114 to-day. Twelve divorces were granted by the 19th District Court to-day. T. Moreno, one ...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. S.in P. rnaMino wants m Arc engine. Carey, <>i* Solano eouniy, i* import* in<r Shetland ponies. Mare Island is to be supplied wit )i water from Vallejo by pipes under the straits. A survey is bolt)! made for a narrow - gatlgi railroad from Palisade to Eureka, Nev. Tltc survey of the Stockton and lone narrow-gauge tallroa I is completed twenty-one miles east of Stockton on an air line. Oilroy is full of strangers, Acorn* psny of twelve arrived last week direct from Kentucky fpr the purpose of engaging in the cultivation of tobacco. Grading on the IVxasnnd Pacific is progressing quite briskiy at San Diego, There bus been more work done tins month titan ever before in the same length of time. Several persons in Santa Clara county have engaged recently in the business of silk culture. They have on hand now large quantities of cocoons and silkworm eggs, which are awaiting market. The "Proper" wheat Is said to he the best variety crown...

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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. !»,88i) Fischer v.-. Bergni- On motion of (llassell, altd filing <>i stipulation, submitted on briefs on file. 3,943 -Metslerv*. Child* —Haute. 3,946— Harris vs. Barns—Submitted on briefs on tile. 3,833 —Daley v*s. Cox- -same. 3,935 —Meek vs. McClure Continued; no appearance. Pieo vs. Coleman—On motion of Highton, placed :it the loot nf the calendar. 3,9BB—Fuller vs. Baker—Submitted on briefs on tile. 3,935 —Wilbur vs. Washburn—On motion of Howard, and stipulation on Hie, cause submitted on hriefs on file, I,o72—Hendley vs, .Johnston—On motion of Dunlop, ana filing Clerk's oertifioate, appeal dismissed. Application of Stephen H. Phillip*— On motion of Cobb ami produetlon of license from the Supreme Court ofthe United States, evideqce of good moral character appearing, ordered that s. 11. Phillips bt> admitted to practice as an attorney and counselor at law in all the Courts of (his State. 3,930 -Romero vs. Coronel—Afgued by S...

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

BORN. Tl T KN KR- -In tills ftltr, November £'.th, to the Wl(« .>:' Captain W. Turner, a clmitfhter.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

ion «oi \«n.»i.%v <:. k. in cj.n announce* utmaalf ;«» j candidate nw ifouncllniHii from the Tliird ; Ward. A. I. WTAIUiSK I* ft candidal* Inrmetnlior 1 oi'ihf> I'lininon <"ot|acil from the Pint Ward : ut the rrutuifiif roun'ripal cdceUon. Af the solicitation ot 'many friends, I hereby announce rnyaelf an a candidate iter < 'ouueilBianof die second Ward. Al. TKKU. »-«>■! < ITV ANS|M4ftH. .1. D. (HJKKRERO respectfully nnnoiinc s ; biuv-cli us a eaudidato i )r Clly As*o*BOf.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

NSW TO-DAY. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. W VNTP.D IMMEDIATELY TWO a Asm a** >V dor luqulrr m (P I IIADII Hf Pll "V 1,:,,, * ,r - N, - MM " il - y 9i UtUllll Qb vUi d SHAMROCK grand nrt main htbekt. Rml W Ilia*, Liquor* Mri 4'iaarN. [nfl* j E|3oM< > V A I A I |> j •«•:■• r»i i,— LOS ANGELES UPOLTRY MARKET. \Y f E HAVE THIS DAY MOVED if to Kiuhr'- hrlrk Kußding nn Main street, nexl deej in I'ixison'- Meal Market) where we will alwajra keep en hand, a* tvi'ire, Fresh and Cooking Butter, FALL & WINTER GOODS l - rc*«h FtftT*. * hick.'!>•.. Om-kn. l'iirK«',»s, tOiCftC, rod nil kinds lid some. i,os \\(*ii;i.r:s KoNkv, in eomti i>r strained, In quantlUe*. to Milt, nml vii Itiuda mt imn maim ve»«*tai»ieH. co mmm* !• >n and wm prcix'i .j.'tior- Monday. Nov. 3, I 873, «i itoutitry iir.vjii" poultry or tram* cleaned anddiwmoo Hi order al » moment's notice, and delivered to nay pnrt in the oltj'i free oi C AfKr'i...

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Canned Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

Canned Fruits. California annually Import-' large j quantities of canned fruits from tho i vast. Only a few days since throe oar j loads of canned corn was shipped from i Agusta, Maine, direct to San r raiuusof). I Ho Imi)? as v,.' continuettlila kind of j business, j list to long Will We complain of hard timo and scarcity of money, A causing tuotnry established in Los Angeles would at once create a certain market ut goo', prices for this product, and add largely to the wealth and prosperity of our peoj>lo. During toe year of 1872, tbe imports of cafincd fruit to California reached one million of dozens, valued al S&00,---f.K.M. Wo believe that double this quantity can be annually produced i !i i,oh Angeles county. We hope some j man or men of enterprise will iro into the business of canning green corn, it will pay as well as the canning of tomatoes, beans, plums, peaches, eie. There is a I ways a market for those articles at remunerative asiees. How I Found L...

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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Han FRAItI II ", .Nov. 2S. FLOI'B -Id forliesi biiker'si-.ttrsj 1,000 bbl* 1 ircgou, prl\ ate, WIJKAT A marked ndvs-pcw In I. .erpno! add-, tone to tb* market, holders unking 2'./---higher rat«s. sales embrace i,w *kx chou: >, 92 a.; 1 ..; I/Oil sk< Oregon, S2 ;m; l.Mio sks to arrive, ft! W per 100 pounds. Tho l i uWsks Oreiron, per Mariano, was sold prior io arrival at ml I ran s. PARITY --1 iv.» 1 05for feed; >i B0?1 0.1 for bruwlbg. iiA'i'S- Jobbing all the way from ; ! SO. HAY—Tar- out,si; joj fc.-d,ris 2i; choice, r,3) )ier ton. POTATOES—Prtaluma. 7ttj|ooc; Humboldt, I - i i'»; sweet, si ;:7'. . i 50per hjo pounds, Bl ('KWHI'.A'I'-Noiniaiil. HvE Quiet at #1 "••.«i s r - per 100 pounds, 1 1 iKN From si 58 to ?l HO, HONKY—CJSnib, l7#2Sa per pound! extra eliolce mountain, ;Wc; strained, In l>ulk,S'<jl<V l or pound) comb In two pouudcaus, si. per ilnsan, KI-IKDS—FIax mlll.tci AlfalOt, a&...

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Real Estate Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 29 November 1873

Real Estate Transactions. Peed* died for ree'ord for the M hours end|r»g nt I O'eloelt, Nov. 2Dth, lS7;t,as reported for tne Daily Hhsald b> jud*ou a Otllette, saarohers of Reoordi for I.o* Angalss county: Wm. P.Farris to Thot. Qtllsil Haemal Klorenee; SI, fleorga Hansen and I. W. Hellman to lir. J. ICurtS—Lbt '.', Uioek p* of building lots on Port Hill; S.".:a. EKidro DomliiKtie* to K. Homlnguez—Tract formerly known asth" vineyard of Belinda Hntctode pomlngue*; |1, W. H. hpuegeon to Kenneth McKenzic— Lot 3, block 11, town of Hantti Ana; si r s McKenr.lnto Lou 1* Wotmalll, trute tvt, etc —Lot A, block 11, town of Santa Ana; si.

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