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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

WANTS. [Wants published nt the rat« 0f6% cents per line On- each Insertion, or 10 cents per line lor three insertions. No advertisement under tliis hcud taken for less than 25 cents.) WANTED— A PARTNER IN A profitable enterprise In the country. A capital of JtiOO required. One acquainted with agriculture preferred. Address, immediately, JOHNSON', this fflce. nov26tf WANTED— TYVO OR THREE DAY BOARDERS can be accommodated with llrst-class board at COL. REEL'S. WANTED- TO BUY OR RENT from 10 to 30 or 40 acres of land, under irrigation. Address C. W., this office. ' novifi"3t WANTED IMMEDIATELY-T WO onunon plow horses. Inquire at Harper & Dalton, No. 81 Muln street, Downey Block. nov2P-2t FOR FURNISHED OR UNFURnlshed rooms, or houses, ln all parts of the city, apply to s. 11. SLAUGHT, 73 Main street, Downey Block. dcs-tf WANTED— ANY PERSON HAVINO copies ofthe "Los Angeles Dally News," from August 17th, 1871, to September 17th, 1872, or any of them, will confer a favor by lea...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

REAL ESTATE. / S. H. SLAUGHT. 73 Main St., DOWNEY BLOCK, REAL ESTATE, « SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS.REAL Estate on communion. Has large tract *?or sale ln Southern California. Country Homes, Stock Hange*, * Sheep rtannea. Vineyard, Orchard* / City Homes, Special attention paid to the SJECUBING of LOANS. —AND— EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. -ALSOTo the Exhibition of Oreo. and general information exchanged ln regard to the mines of our country. Mining and other Stocks on Exchange All orders promptly attended to. We have on sale a large list of first-class orchard and Farm Lands. Houses and Lots, and Ranches, improved and unimproved, from 2 to 8,000 acres, ranging from 16 to 11,300 per acre, not advertised ln the following list: NO. 5. ' f 400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable for Dairy purposes or sheep range; 16.000 wort h of improvements ln fenoes and buildings; w ell watered and In every way desirable, minuted one mile from Compton, nine mile* fr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

The Santa Barbara Press An Independent Newspaper, 1 >evoted to the Interests of Hnuthern California. .1. A. ItfllWl, Editor aud Proprietor. AS THE CHARMING CHARACter of Southern California, and more i sprelally that most favorod seetlwn called Hantn Barbara, becomes known to the world, it is not surprising that a widespread una growing interest in this region should he awakened. It Is the constant aim of the Press to furnish perfectly reliablo information on al points of interest to tourists, invalids and hoine-seekcrs, which we arc now able to do with greatly increased facilities. While the PRESS seeks to promote the prosperity of all .Southern California by all legitimate and honorable methods, it is more directly Interested In the growth and coming greatness ot Santa Barbara. The unc<|iialed loveliness of the climate, Its almost Incredible healthfulness, the beauty of the scenery, the wondrous variety and fertility of the soil, the almost unlimited range of ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. r 'IN I O TN LIVERY STABLE, 9) Main St.. Near Pico House, a ANZAR A CO., • * Prorrietors. First-Class Horses Buggies & Carriages Mock Boarded on Moderate Terms. DAN, B. MCIIOI.fi Manairer. ncaMm-ln , low .v:vc»kiJkn SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE. H. JONES, PROPRIETOR, O • CORNER FIFTH AND SPRING STS. Grain. Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALSO, Large Clean Corrals and Stables. With City Water Throughout. car HORSES, MULES, WAGONS and CARRIAGES bought and sold, and Horses and Carriages to let hy the day or week. Teamsters accommodated as usual on the most liberal terms. no7-lmlp SALE^STABLE JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR. • COR. ALAMEDA A ALISO STS. Adjoining M. Keller's. GRAIIV, HAY & FEED always on hand. Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc bought and sold. oc7-4ptf BARBERS-BATH HOUSES. GEORGE REINECKE, Barber Saloon & Bath House. HAIR TRIMMING, 'SHAVING, SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc. This establishment has just bee...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

2 Tha Race of Tint* Keepers. HARPER & D ALTON, WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL DEALERS IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HARPER & DALTON KEEP THE LARGEST t STOCK ITS LOS ANGELES OF THE MOST VARIED GOODS. EVERY KIND OF m* Household Furniture, Kitchen Enriiitiire* Agricultural Implements, PLUMBING, ROOFING 6AS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED AT LOW HATES. Remember the Addreass HARPER Ac DALTON, NO. SI MAIN STREET, (Downey's Block i EON AN GEE EN AQECY OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK * CO. (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANGELES), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENTJOF Office Stationery &€ School Books. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. Agents for Hteiiivvay Pianosi and Bnrclett Organs. NEW PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED. E.H. WORKMAN. WM, H. WORKMAN. WORKMAN BROS. MANUFACT...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

HOTELS. CLARENDON HOTEL, MAIN NTKEET. I.OS ANGELES. THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS hotel, formerly known at tho "Bella Union," has been enlarged, refitted, painted, ami refurnished In tbe "RICHEST STYLE THROUGHOUT. ItS ELEGANT SUITES Ol' ROOMS 11111 l ample 06--commodatloni offer special advantages to local us well as to eastern visitors. * The Table is not to be Surpassed out ol' Han Francisco, and is constantly supplied with tlie choicest delicacies. Nothing will be left undone to render the house replete with all the luxuries, conveniences and appliances of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL The Western Union Telegraph Offices comnnmleatc with the rending room. The Hotel Carriages are constantly at the disposal of guests. J. M. STAPLES A CO. W. L. Ustick, Manager. novltf LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Now Throng-lion.! THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO inform the traveling public that this well known house has been THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REBUILT THROUGHOUT, and now offers accommodations equal if not superior to uny othe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

DOTTER & BRADLEY, (SUOTJSftORS TO DOTTER & LORD,) NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! NEW CHOICE GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. i JPrioes HUH Eiirtlioi- Koduoed , Elegant Parlor Furniture made to order to suit taste ot purchaser, at San Francisco pricks, and moretlurHble work guaranteed. Superb Walnut, Laurel nnd Mahogany Bed- oom suits at remarkably low rates. Also, Common and Medium Furniture, of new and novel designs, at prices to correspond No second hand Goods handled by this linn in any shape. No misrepresentation allowed. Fine Spring Mattresses a specialty. Great variety of Wall I'aper, Window Shades. Lace and Nottingham CurtHlns, Cornices, etc., etc. Music Stands, Piano Htools nnd Flono Covers at less than San t runcisco prices. Elaborate Draperies furnished, of any design, drawings of which may be seen on application. Only House In the city who have a wagon WkclSlLV built for the safe and careful moving of Furniture...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 6 December 1873

CUCAMONGA WINE. DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S WINE CELLAR, underneath the U. ft. Hotel. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon. All kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale and retail. NOTICE. The public of Ix>a Angeles are hereby notified that no other person ln Los Angeles but Louis Mearner bus wines from the Cocomongo ranches. J. L SANSEVAIN. nos-3plm LAND FOR SALE. LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES south ofthe Los Nietos Depot. A splendid HO-ACIIK LOT Is offered for mMtk sale on the most liberal terms. The loca-3* tlon is very desirable, and the land Is In good condition. Last year it produced a crop of 115 bushels ot corn to the acre. Any one who may desire to purchase land ln this locality would do well to Inspect this lot and examine this year's crop, which has not been gathered. The sole reason for sacrificing this property is to meet certain obligations immediately. TERMS— one-half cash, and the balance ln one or two years. also An 80-ACRE TRACT, located on the line ol the ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Los Angeles Daily Herald. NUMBER 57 LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY/ MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1873. VOLUME I.

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THE LUTE WITH THE BROKEN STRING. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

THE LUTE WITH THE BROKEN STRING. I took the lute I bad prized so much, —"In my day of pride, in my day of power, And wiped the dust with a tender touch, Aud wreathed it gaily with ribbon and dower And the tears from my heart were falling fast For the bloom that had faded, the fragrance fled, As I thought of ihn hand that had wreathed lt last, The hand of my darling now cold and dead: And I put it away with a passionate fling— And something was broken—a henrt or a string. And again I essayed, when the tears/had dried, And the tumult of sobs In my bosom was still, To touch it once mote with the olden pride, That the hearts that yetlove me might hear lt and thrill; But a soft low note, with Its melting power. A lone of deep pathos had trembled and gone; And my hopes died out In that silent hour, And left me ln darkness and sorrow alone. What wonder, beloved, that I cannot sing A song ofthe heart with a broken string! What worth Is the lute when Its music Is fied? What worth Is the stra...

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GONE BEFORE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

GONE BEFORE. When first we met, it was not in the capacity of teacher and pupil, but as two strangers who did not know that we were ever to occupy that relation. She first showed me her flowers, and told me the care and labor she bestowed upon them; next her shells claimed our attention, and,ere we were aware, the evening glided away. Thus the time passed at our first meeting. So fully did she interest herself in my pleasure, and her conduct was so kind and amiable, that I could not refrain from feeling, you have at least won my undivided friendship. Soon after nhe became a pupil of our school, and while we were thus associated, the study of her character was ever an increasing delight, for through it was reflected the well directed teachings of her kind and loving parents. Many pleasing glimpses of these kind parents have-, through her character, been brought clearly to view. I remember her composition, the last she wrote—theme, "Rabbits"—not because it was deep or profound in thou...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

FARMS! ORCHARD LANDS! THE FINEST MESA LANDS In Lob Angeles County. GOOD FACILITIES FOR IRRIGATION! Water raralshed to all Desiring It. GRAIN, CORN AND ALFALFA LAND, perfectly adapted to LEMONS, GRANGES.LIMES, ALMONDS, WALNUTS and GRAPES. Ten miles from Los Angeles, same distance from Anaheim. Railroad from Los Angeles to Anaheim passes through the center of the tract. Well settled neighborhood. Good schools. Widely known and highly appreciated as tho LOS NIETOS TRACT. — 0,000 ACREB Offered for sale on most favorable terms In tracts. United Pttatea Potent. IJJQUIBB OF MCLEAN A HARDY, SOS Moatgamery Street, Son FranHseo, • ' -08,-— ~j GL W. MORGAN, L,oa Angeles T>v. J. K. FULTON, LosNieto. aov27daw3m Citation. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF the County of Los Angeles. In tbe matter of tbe estate of John Dorn, deceased. ' The people of the State of California to all Sersons Interested In the estate of John Dorn, eceased, greeting: By order of this Court, you are hereby cited and req...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. N. P. RICHARDSON, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE—No. M Downey's Block, up-stalrs. oc2-tf DR. A. 8. SHORB, JJOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE— Nearly opposite the Post Office. RESIDENCE—No. 13 Franklin street. . oc2-tf DR. H. 8. ORME, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Lanfranco's Building, No. 74 Main street. Offlee Hours from 10 A. M. to l p. M., and from 2 to 3 P. M. oc2-tf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's Block, Commercial and I.os Augele* streets. .<0 r _______ tar Special attention paid to diseases of the EYE AND EAR. VOhXt DR. J. W. OLIVER, JJOMOSOPATHIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street, oppsslte the Mayor's Office. oc2-ljptf DR. J. M. JANCSO, OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL BUILDING, opposite the Court House, NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. •WSpeclal attention to Diseases of Children. no2o-lm» D. W. C. FRANKLIN, MECHANICAL, OPERATIVE AND SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE—39 Spring street, next to Fire ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. FORWARDING it COMMISSION. MISCELLANEOUS. , LINES OF TRAVEL. SPANISH AND FRENCH J - "-• WARD & CO. " ~7 108 mßm * W * W r.ESSSOTVS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS LIFE INSURANCE CO. >ÜBN9H or CBUCASO, IIjILILICC>UrVIJ*. TNSTRUCTION IN FRENCH AND -and- 3 SPANISH will bo given to classes lv the Cllh Capital, • 9 I ,000-000 afternoons or evening., by Miinuf»«>tur»ir« AffAlttft AN AHD AFT|R MOV. 1, ISH, Mifig lAeroumc imm rv WianUTaCXUror» AgetlT.B. \J trtilnt win run a* feUowa, leaving mi»» gUStFMint LinULtT B*-»*fceam aU tn* atatoaof tb*Hataa. JvJLMINaTON-T:4»A.M.nndIP.M. LOS ANOBT r« ■ 10 A. M. and tsMt P. M. TKBUi aobbtb fob Ixctpt on day. of it*am*r»' arrtvsj sad d*To « class of Aye or less, per lesson 82 00 , mm. inmil K cmsmitim . ww » xtt-kti -w txr rnwDi r rrrn pnrture, when trains Will TUB to connect with To a class of any number over Aye, per UfflWl AuVRAICE CBIPImATIQI, TTAVLNG NO W COMPLETED steamer. , - lesson * .T.....1500 ...

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Government Aid for the Texas-Pacific Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Government Aid for the TexasPacific Railroad. That the Herald is ever ready to advocate the interests of our State, without allowing any mean and narrow jealousy of other localities to influence its course, we believe every candid reader will admit; but we cannot agree with every scheme of public plunder, simply because it may turn out that our own section of the State may secure a portion of the swag. The early construction of the TexasPaciflc railroad is earnestly desired by all our people, and we have no doubt that Los Angeles county will be as much benefitted by its completion as any other locality; yet this consideration does not cause us to overlook the fact that the scheme now broached for securing the aid of the government is one full of danger to our national interests, and demanding the closest scrutiny. The experience of the people of the United States in railroad building has not been such as to encourage them to go ahead, and with the fearful record of corruption starin...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. California sends 1,000 bales of cotton to market this season. I. IT. Morgan is a candidate for the position of mall carrier of the Assembly. Vivian is perambulating through British Columbia aud the adjoining territories. Olympia girls of twelve years of age and under —some of them—are preparing for wet weather. A half-mile walk on stilts two feet high is no feat at all for them. Captain Sam, the chief of the DigSer Indians in the vicinity of Amador, led last Tuesday at Buena Vista. His successor has not yet been chosen. California has about 8,000,000 head of sheep. The wool crop in two shearings, at an average of 10 pounds per head, would amount to 80,000,000 pounds, or 10,000,000 more than the total product of the United States in 1867. James Denman, Superintendent of Schools in San Francisco, does not propose to appoint a deputy. This will save the School Department $3,000 per annum. The mining about Leesburg, Idaho, has paid very well this season - better tha...

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SAN GABRIEL ORANGE GROVE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

SAN GABRIEL ORANGE GROVE ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 20. Before the panic a company of Indianians, mostly of this city, about one hundred and tifty in number, detirmining to seek homes in the milder climate, in the neighborhood of San Diego, Southern California, sent Mr. D. M. Berry, of this city, as agent to examine tne country and choose a good location for the colony. Mr. Berry, assisted by Gen. Kimbal, the recently appointed Surveyor-General of Utah, finding objections of drouth and other evils to San Diego county, Santa Barbara, and other places examined by them, chose 2,800 acres on the end of the San Pasqual rancho, four miles from the city of Los Angeles, for which ten dollars per acre was asked. But tbe money panic upset the calculations of most of the members, making it impossible for them to fulfill their intentions and agreements. The land has just been secured, however, by some fifteen only of the original intended colonists, of whom Dr. Thomas B. Elliott is P...

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