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The Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

The Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber in making a great effort to interest our citizens and to induce them by subscriptions and in other ways, to assist their undertaking. The Chamber is the special guardian of the Interests of the district, a body whose aim is to diffuse through the east a knowledge of the advantages of of Southern California, and to protect and extend trade as far as possible. Asa body politic and corporate, the protests of the Chamber are of far greater weight than would be those of the same number of private citizens. It will shortly have offices and employees whose especial duty it will be to answer enquirers' letters, and increase the knowledge of the outside world regarding the southern district by the broadcast distribution of pamphlets, newspapers and circulars. All this will cost money, and only persons of the narrowest views will refuse to assist the officers ofthe Chamber of Commerce in their endeavors to increase its funds and thereby enlarsre its useful...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
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To the Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

To the Farmers. The Agricultural Association have very liberally offered to the public the remaining shares undisposed of in the Society. The offer Is one which every farmer should embrace at once, or else forever hold his peace. Besides the excellence of the investment, and the chance of there never being another call on the stock, there is another consideration. The Association must be conducted according to the views ot* the stockholders. If the farmers are not | represented amongst that body for the future, (especially when such liberal terms are offered them), they cannot grumble if next year their interests are badly cared for. From Santa Barbara to San Diego there is hardly a farmer who cannot subscribe at least for one share. Let us hear at the next meeting tha tthe agriculturalists have responded to this general demand of the district, and bought the remaining shares freely. The Herald is not responsible for what the Santa Barbara Press may aay about the Fair. Throughout th...

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Water. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

Water. While every one is talking irrigation, comparatively few are doing anything to obtain a supply of water. It has long been a trite axiom in California that it is the winter waste which makes the summer drought. The rainy season is just commencing , and this Is the exact time to make preparations to secure water. There is hardly a ranch holder in the State. who has not the means of constructing a dam or reservoir on some portion of his high ground, where nature has already' almost formed a basin. By constructing a. few ditches now, wherever reservoirs are needed, thousands of acres may be doubled in value. Save the water now.

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Look at This! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

Look at This! Tbe only place in the city to get choice Engravings, Chromon, Oil Paintings, etc., la at M. V. Ponet's, 66 Main street, where you can bay them cheap for cash, or pay In weekly Installments of from 25 cents to »1, according to the amount purchased. Look Here. " Eat, drink and be merry" at Johnny Moore's San Francisco Restaurant, oa Commercial street. Johnny is an acknowledged prince among restauranteurs. The best meats and vegetables arc used and cooked in the most palatable manner. Take your meals at Johnny's and you will feel truly refreshed. All meals 35 cents. Of Special Interest to Formers. At the Esperanza Store, No. 108 Mala street, will be found the largest and choicest stock of Merchandise, Groceries, Liquors, Cigars, etc., In Southern California, lt la well known that at this store you can buy all goods In their line at from five to ten percent, cheaper than at any other store In Los Angeles; also that the highest price is paid for all klads of country produce...

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Special Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

Special Notices. Having just returned with v very large stock of California and Eastern Jewelry which we purchnsed from Drat hand— the manufacturers—we propose to sell at very low profits. We hand le the best of everythlnst in our Hue. We sell Ynndersllec 4 Co's and tiorhum A Co's solid silver ware, and Roger* A Bros', silver plated ware, for whom we are authorized agents for Southern California and get our goods direct from tlieni. The public should be sure to see that all silver ware Is. stamped Rogers ,\ Bro., as there is a quantity of goods ln tbe market bearing similar trade mnrks, using the name Rogers In various ways, aud so appearing so nearly genuine that unless hy paying particular attention they are liable to be deceived. There is no ware manufactured by Rogers A Bro. except that which bears their trade marl; to the letter. But there are several companies manufacturing Rogers'waiv, and by close inspection you will see that tbe trade mark reads differently, and Is not made...

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

NEW TO-DAY. LOST— A FINE BROWN AND white setter slut. The finder will he rewarded on leaving it at tills office. dc2-ll F. WILSON, ■HA VING S A L OOX. Next Door to Noyes A Gal en, AND OPPOSITE THE.HERALD Office. Clean Towels kept on hand. Gents' clothing cleaned and repaired. Cash or work paid for cast off clothing. de2-lm FLORENCE. Special attention is called to the great Improvement* mndc recently In this excellent Machine, anil to the new and elegant styles of Caaeaadded to our list. FLORENCE. For those who prefer a Machine reeding the work away from the operator, we now have oue ol' that description, quiet, easy-running and having all tbe other peculiar e». eelleuclesnf the other style. , FLORENCE Is sure to please. If there is one within it thousand miles of Nan Francisco not working well, I will attend to It w Ithout any expense to Ihe owner. KANI'CL HILL, Agt, FLORENCE IB the only Machine that ems sew In more than one direction—having a reversihle reed—a great advantage in ta...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. the Santa Barbara Press An Independent Newspaper, Devoted to the ItitercHtK of Southern California. J. A. JOHNSON, Edttorand Proprietor. AS THE CHARMING CHARACi'I ter of Southern California, and more especially that most favored Motion called 1 Santa Barbara, becomes known to the world, I It is not surprising that a widespread and growing Interest in this region should be awakened. It is theconstant aim of the Press to furnish perfectly reliable Information on a I points of interest to tourists, invalids and home-seekers, which we arc now aide lo do with greatly Increased facilities. While the PRESS seeks to promote the prosperity of all Soul hern California by all legitimate and honorable methods, ll Is more directly Interested in the growth and coming greatness ot Santa Barbara. The unequaled loveliness of the climate, its almost Incredible henlthl'ulncss, the lieauty of the scenery, tbe wondrous variety and fertility of the soil, the almost unlimited range of produ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

I BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS Oli' LOS AN(*ELF,S. Capital 5500,000 JOHN G. DOWNEY Phk.-uiiK.nt I. W. HELLMAN OAMMM Kvhange for safe on Salt Fraiicttco. Nea York. London, Dublin, Franklorl. I'nrlw and Berlin. Hamburg. Receives Deposits and Issues Its certificates. Buys and sells Legal Tenders, Government, stale, County and City Bonds. Will also pay the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From nnd after this dale, on all moneys left as term deposits. Interest will be allowed. Los Angeles, July 1, IK7I. oc2-lm WM. WORKMAN. t. V. ft IKMI'LI . TEMPLE & WORKMAN, BANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposit*, Issue their Certificates and transact a UENERAL BANKING HI NI NESS. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK LLIMITED). AT SAN FRANCISCO. Exchange for sale on Now Vorli. Hamburg, Loudon, Merlin and I'arix, iVm nli fort. Legal Tenders. Bullion, Gold Dust and Government,State,County and City Bonds bought and Sold. Receive valuables for safe...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

HOME MANUFACTURERS. Our Own Manufacture! TUS <»M-V CRACKER BAKERY in in.' cltyt A Large Stock of fresh Crackers always on Hand. ; >Vodcliiit»- Ottkc** On hand nnil made in orders! short notice, Tastefully decorated VA X KM of any design, af reasonable prices. Also, BREAD, PIES AND CAKES, Krcsli every day, al the AMEIiIC AA BAKERY. no2-lmis Los Angeles Woolen Mill STORE. j SACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MANUFACTURERS Of All Wool <'H«<iiiii«'r«'«. T needs, Flannels, Blanket*, etc. All our goods are PURE WOOL, and warranted as represented. Consumers ran Save 25 to 33 per cent. by having direct from us. STORE AT THE "WHITE HOUSE," corner of Lo* Angeles and Oonnwratal streets. ooStrSp California Bakery. C IOBNEB MAIN k MARCHES* BAI7LT STREETS. FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES EVERY DAY. Ha.CAKES of every sort or kind made to order. Orders promptly attended to. nnlDmlpi RE( > T»IS:V I TV -•Of-- ] * MENDEL MEYER'S KKW YORK DRY ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. ftiBMOVAL —OK TICK — LOS ANGELES UPOLTRY MARKET. -\\rV- HAVE THIS DAY MOVED it to Kluhr's brick building on Main street, next door to Dodaon'M Meat Market, where we will always keep on hand, as be lb re, al wholesale and retail, Fresh and Cooking Butter, Fresh Cjcjr*. Chickens, IMicks. Tin-keys. Ucese, and all kinds of wild game, I,OS ANGELES HONEY, in comb or strained, in quantities to suit, and All Kinds of Fruit aud Vegetables. COMMISSION AM) SHIPPPING ofgeneral country produce. Poultry or game cleaned and dressed n> order at a moment's notice, and delivered to any pan of the city, free of charge. After the ith oi December We will receive, by every morning train, a supply of fresh butter and eggs from < lallatln ami Lo* Nietos. We win lie pleased to see ourold customers, and sol|Cil new ones, aud will always endeavor I i give peifect satisfaction. EUGENE GERMAIN, Manager. nov2iunl GREAT COST SALE OK BOOKS. STATIONERY, ETC,. AT THK NBW BOOKwTOR...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND o jp £c > i if o ■ OF>FALL & WINTER GOODS * — UK — 4 Monday. Nov. 3, 1873, COMPRISING A MOST SKLEf'T STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing. postnrmra m past ov 50 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, At ."iO Cents per Yard; 26 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At 50 Cent* per Yard; 60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, At «2.V, Cent* per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At62>< Cent* per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Blaok do. At 62,' i Cents per Yard. —ALSO— 100 Pieces Assorted ail Wool Em press Cloth, In different qualltiee; 26 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Red)ngote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc. ALSO. FULL LINK. OF Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Blaok Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth Black French Merino Black Wool Delaine, Blaok Bombazine, Blaok Cashmeres. -ALSOThe Greatest Novelty or the Saaeo Imported ex presaly tor thla market, 100 Assorted New Styles TA...

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CITY AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

CITY AND SUBURBS. The election was very quiet yes* tcrday. 'Harris oc Jacoby have just opened forty cases of Christmas goods. Mr. E. E. Hewitt's new residence will be finished about t he first of February. Harris *fc Jacolty offer the whole of i heir stock at cost price. Now Is the lime to make bargains. At the depot yesterday were received (120 burs bullion, 21 pipes wine, 10 puncheons of wine and 44 sac ks of ore. V. E. Potiet is agent for the Florence sewing machine. Its advantage are described at length in our advertising columns. F. Wilson has laken the old stand of (Ireen the barber opposite this office. He has also an establishment in the rear of the store for cleaning clothing. The impromptu race runners paid the penalty of their rashness yesterday in Justice Gray's Court, two in the sums of $60, and one in the sum of $K>. At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors yesterday, a road was on leivl to be viewed at San Joaquin. J. T. Gordon was appointed Justice of the ...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

Late Telegrams. NEW YORK. New York, Nov. 30. After being taken to Blackwell'a Island, Tweed was asked the usual questions by the recording Clerk, to which he answered that lie was aged G2; occupation, Statesman; no religion; but as his family are protestants he was entered as a protestant. He was taken to a bath and his head shaved nnd beard taken on", and was then arrayed in a full striped uniform. He had two letters from New York physicians recommending that he be placed in the hospital, but after examination by the penitentiary physicians lie was committed to the common cell like other felons. The jacket given him to wear is known as the larceny jacket. The President and Vice President of the .Mechanics' Savings Bank, Pittsburg, are charged with the embezzlement of $84,000 of the bank funds. | Special Agent Ames makes a lengthy report on the condition of the Mission Indians in- Southern California, and recommends that the lands they now live on in San Diego and San Bernardino cou...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

FOREIGN NEWS. London, Dec. 1. Special dispatches to the morning papers report that the bombardment of Cartagena was continued on Saturday. There is great distress among non-combatants who have taken refuge in the suburbs. The city is filled with wounded. Seventeen houses and the principal hospital have been destroyed. The government fleet remains inactive outside the harbor. The Daily Telegraph says it would be premature to regard the Virginius difficulty as serious. The views of President Grant on the subject, as will appear in his message to Congress, are known. Dispatches from Cape Coast Castle report another engagement with the Ashantees, near Durquest, in which forty Englishmen ana native Auxiliaries were killed or wounded. The Ashantees boldly attacked the British position at Abhracrampa, but were driven off after a hard fight with a loss of thirty. The British were protected and their loss was trifling. London, Dec. 1. The ship Trimountain arrived at Cardiff from New York ear...

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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

Municipal Election. The election for five members of the Common Council, three members of the Board of Education and one Assessor, took place yesterday. A great deal of interest was taken by our leading citizens generally, although no perceptible excitement was apparent on our streets. The following are the returns for the three Wards: FIRST WARD—FOR COUNCILMEN. Julian Chaves, 119; Jacob F. (Jerkins, 139; Joseph Mullaly, 59; A. F. Warner, 15. FOR ASSESSOR. J. D. Guerrero, 135; M. Madigan, 35; W. Dennison; 150. SECOND WARD —FOR COUNCILMEN. Jose Mascarel, 192; Robinson, 155. FOR ASSESSOR. M. Madegan, 182; W. Dennison, 30; McMurray, 58; Guerrero, 28. THIRD WARD —FOR COUNCILMEN. C. E. Huber, 200; F. P. Sabichl, 182; J. 8. Thompson, 102; L. Messmer, 88; Taber, 46. FOR ASSESSOR. M. Madigan, 210. FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES. H. D. Barrows, 332; M. Kremer, 332; J. P. Wldney, 240. CORRESPONDENCE. Governor Downey (or United States Senator. Editors Herald:—Casserly has resigned his seat in time for th...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. Exclusively to the Herald. SAN FRANCISCO. Scurvy at Hen Disastrous lire Hru ■ isslng New City Officers Rain. Further From the Wrecked Ntenmer P. M. N. S. Co. Affairs Meeting; oi' the Legislature Gov. Hatght uot in the Field for Senator. San Francisco, Dec. 1. The ship Cultivator, from New York, was towed into port to-day by the United States revenue' cutter Oliver W'olcott. The entire crew, officers, captain and captain's wife, are down with the scurvy. Several are at the point of death. This is the vessel which was furnished with fresh provisions at sea by the captain of the British ship Magna Charta. The cutter found her 15 miles west of the Farralones. A disastrous fire occurred to-day on Pacific street, between Front and Davis, by which the Atlantic Hotel, owned by McDonald, was destroyed. Loss about $15,000. Several families in the hotel lost all their goods. Harris & Lewis, barbers, and Coughlan's saddlery store adjoining, also burned; loss...

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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. San Francisco, Dec. 1. FLOUR—Extra, $6 75®87. WHEAT-Shipping, 82 80; choice milling, BAftLEY-Feed,9l 40® 1 45; brewing, jil 60® 1 uO. OATS-Fced,|l GB>4; choice, $1 80. HAY—Quotable at 814($820. POTATOES-Sweet, 81 37%@1 50; other varieties 70c(«81 10. •n£S l I I „ T 7 L i m 3 * It ooo ' »«@*2 50: Lemons, ? 100, $3«i3 69; Figs, f lb, fx»Bc; Apples, « box 40c(6jl 25. DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, $ tb, B<aioe; Raisins, do, 9c<illc. NUTS—Chile Walnuts, 12(qi12%e (ii lb; California Peanuts, 3%(6(4%c; do Walnuts, 12%<ai4; Cal. Almonds, soft shell, 20@22k,c; do hard shell, 10®12%e. EGGS—so@iisc <jf> dozen. VEGETABLES—Cucumbers, 70c W box; Tomatoes, 75c@81 50 * box; Oarlic, 7(3«c; Cabbage, 75e@81 100 lb; Green Peas, 3%c; String Beans, 10c $ lb. ■ " BUTTER—Fresh. 55ffi60; firkin, 30®35c Vt lb. CHEESE-L2%@l7c V lb. Ntoeks. .MORNING BOARD. Ophir. 77% Succor 4 Gould & Curry 15% Julia 4Jz R 4 B 17% Buckeye...

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LETTER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 December 1873

LETTER LIST. Lis! of letters remaining ln the Los Angeles Postoffice Monday, December 1, 1873. To obtain these letters say "Advertised." All letters not called for In 30 days will be returned to the Dead Letter Office: LADIES' LIST. Holds, Mrs R Barnes, Mrs S Ryrkett, Mrs A R Cooper, Mrs A Carpenter, Mary Campbell, Mrs J Cook, Mrs P Daley, Mrs T Oilman, Mrs M 11 Goldstein. Mmc Marron, Miss G McLaughlin, Mrs McArthur, Mis* A Moreno, Mrs J Johnson, Mrs A Jones, Mrs C P Penney, Mrs Rickcrt, MrsJ Rlckert, Mrs S E Richardson, Mrs B Suralie, Mrs M Soto. Caroline Scott, Miss AW Southworth, Mrs Sepulveda, Miss V GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Altnuilrano, A 2 Aiveras. Fred Alexander,.! Alexander, T Almazan, I Anderson,T W Barrle, J Bubcock, N Baldwin, J Balensia. J M BelLWm Benta, T Blades, AH Brown, CE Brown, Prof A G Brown, W I Ruddcn, H Burnell,G2 Barton, W Buchanan, JAB Carrlsosa, M Campbell, AD Carr, Job Cook, AI Coates.A Castillo, R Cruosto, J Cram, 8 L Cruz, A Curran, Dan Cuberly, Wm Decoursey, J...

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