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ORGANIZATION OF THE LEGISLATURE A POPULAR TRIUMPH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

ORGANIZATION OF THE LEGISLATURE A POPULAR TRIUMPH. The cause ofthe people is marching onward with dauntless stride, conquering and to conquer. The Legislature is now organized, with the exception of a few minor attaches to be chosen by the Assembly. Thus tar the antipopular influences have not succeeded in carrying a single point, and there Is reason to believe that they will hereafter be equally powerless to promote evil or prevent" good legislation. The election of Estee as Speaker, through the concurrence of both Democrats and Republicans, was a just recognization by the House of the predominating independent sentiment of the State. In that body, whose blood is drawn fresh from the public veins at every session, and which consequently indicates more accurately the latest changes in the currents of popular thought, the new political movement has a fair plurality of representation, which would have been augmented into a majority or even a totality had the Independent organization b...

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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. San Francisco, Dec. 6. FLOUR—Extra 86 75@87. WHEAT—Shippers are quiet and not disposed to contract new engagements. The market Is quiet at 82 25®2 32%. BARLEY—Feed $1 40@1 55; brewing 81 «0® 1 65. OATS—Choice Oregon, 81 08. Prices range from that down.

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San Francisco Board of Brokers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

San Francisco Board of Brokers. Savage 66 Tyler 75 Chollar. M Mutro VA Hale A Norcross 80 Woodville 2% Crown Point 95U Nevada 2% Yellow Jacket 62% Union Con VA Imperial 5 Meadow Valley 14*^ Kmplre 4% Raymond A Ely 57 Kentuek ISM Eureka Con W. Alpha 37 Washington <fc C... 4% Belcher 87 Ploche 6 Confidence 7% American Flag 4V. Con Virginia 81 Huhn A Hunt 2\{ H. Nevada 19% Sliver Peak \% Kxehequer 19 Belmont 22* Seg Belcher 75 Chief of the Hi 11... X Overman \4% Newark 2»» Succor 3>i Kentucky I' 4 Justice '% Hermes 3 Buckeye iV Silver West 2 Julia 4% Monitor Belmont... OKCaledonia IK 1 ! Gould A Curry 16 Knickerbocker VA Rye Patch VA A. A U ljj Haves 1% Globe 2 F.l Dorado 4 Bullion l&A Watson 3 Baltimore <% Josephine 2 Utah 7 Eureka ((J V) 19 Silver Hill 9 St. Patrick 7M Central ifi Independent; 2% Eclipse !iy t Golden Chariot IO?* Rock Island 'Jl'Ac south Chariot 9 Occidental 2V, North Belmont 2 Senator % Mahogany 6 N. Y. Con 3Vi Chariot Mi...

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Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Local Markets. PROVISION*, Reported by H. Fewmark A Co. FLorß— Beans, ty cwt....„..J 50 Extra ty bbl 87 75 Nails, ¥ keg 650 Superfine 625 Canned fruit>'.doz4 50 Bacon, IB lb 14 Ass'd Jellies 500 Hams , 18 Dried Apples ty ft 7 Lard 15 " Peaches 7 Sugar, crushed 14 " Grapes 8 " Island No. 1. 12% Potatoes/fl cental 1 00 Coffee 23 Sweet Potatoes 200 " Cora, ty cental 130 Salt, common 150 I Barley 1 37% " Liverpool 200 Wheat 200 Candies, ty ft....18c<535 Butter, ty ft 40 Candles 16 (520 Cheese 16(218 Brooms, ty Am. ..83 75 Swiss Cheese 37% Liquors, ty case.s(<slo 00 Codfish 12k Domestic Cigars Salmon 7 ty 1000 825rt4570 Mackerel _ 11 Imported d0.|120@8200 Tea 75 Powder— " Green 100 Mining, ty k0e\...85 00 starch 12k Canned.... .7c«81 Tobacco. 50c((?l 00 Fuse, %»100 feat,..B3 00 Mr. Dodson reports: Prime Bocf, ]2r,£l.V; 2d class, 8@l0c; 3d class, 0(a;8c; prime mutton, 12% c; veal. 12% cty ft. Prime cattle, 825; good sheep, $3; ordinary, 81 50f»2 00 per hea...

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

NEW TO-DAY. TAT ANTED—TO PURCHASE ONE T T | tor two second-hand single top buggies worth from sl2."> to K'2oo, nnd one good American horse, worth from $""> to 3\Z\ s. H.SLAUGHT, Real Estate Agont,73 Main street, Downey Block. dcTtf Sonora Seed Wheat KY'TII v ci-Ba.:n For sale by dc7ml J. L. WARD A CO. Sewing Machine Exchange ALL KINDS ofMACHINES AND fixtures furnished to order, with full Instruct ions, at San ETifattoisoo Prioegs. Send machines to be repaired, exchanged or rented, to M. C. BAKER, Prlz" Machinist, Hkkald building, Los Angßhw. deTdAWtf A CCOUNTANT AND COLLECT--11 ING AGENT. Offlee—Room No. 8. Temple Block, Los Angeles. Book-keeping by tho day, week or month. Collections made in the city nnd county. de7tf DR. A. LOEBEL, SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST. Corns and bunions extracted without using knife, tiles or medicine, and without causing pain. Cures Ingrowing nails, warts, moles, freckles, etc. Treats scientifically und niooessfully all kinds of sores of...

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

HOME MA^NJUF^CTUJIERS. Our Own Manufacture! CRACKER BAKERY In the <!it.r! A Large Stock of fresh Crackers always on Hand. On bund und mndo to order ut short notice. Tasteful! v decorated cakes of any design, :it reasonable prices. Also, BREAD, PIES AND CAKES, Fresh every dny, at the A 31EEUtC A.1S U vVIvEl*V. 1102-imis Los Angeles Woolen Mill STORE. SACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MANUFACTURERS of All Wool CaNMlmcreK, Tweeds, Flannels, Blankets, etc. All our goods are PURE WOOL, and warranted us represented. Consumers can Save 25 to 33 per cent. I>v buy ill! dlreet from us. STORE AT THK " white HOUSE," norner of Loa Angele. and Commercial Streets. oc2tf-2p California Bakery. /"CORNER MAIN 4 MARCHESV-/ SAULT STREETS. FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES EVERY DAY. muCAKES of every sort or kind mado to order. Orders promptly attended to. nol9mlp4 R EOT*E IVITV O . .-OF— MENDEL MEYER'S SfBW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., mivscn bloc...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

HOLIDAY GOODS. GREAT CHRISTMAS SALE HARRIS W\ JACOBY, 63 MAIN STREET, OFFER TO THE PUBLIC A DISPLAY OF Christmas 1 New Year Novelties HITHERTO UNSURPASSED IN CALIFORNIA. aiuti Al A||o Will sway during the season dAll IA bLAUd and goods will be offered at KXCENSIA'ELY LOW R -A. r r3E3HM TOYS, PRESENTS, GTFTS, CHILDREN'S GOODS, GENTS' KID GLOVES, of fifty different style*. CRAVATS, NECK-TIES, SHIRTS, UNDERCLOTHING, SOCKS, COLLARS, PERFUMES, ETC., ETC. ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR EVERY ONE, OLD OR YOUNG, GRAVE OR GAY Musical Work Boxes, Musical Cigar Stands, Musical Albums. Finest Russia Leather Goods, Pocket Books, Photograph Albums, ClffH* fuses. etc. The Whole or our Immense stock of Stationery and Books CHEAP. Fancy Goods, Toilel Ai tl,-lit> and Gentlemen's FurnlshlngUoods AT BOTTOM PRICES. , nilß TfiRAPrnQ First Quality Pipes, Meerschaum, Brier Root find ('lav. The BEST uUil I vDnuuUwV'lltivaiiii nnd Domestic, Brands, unequalled ln the elty. CALL AND BI T CHEAP DURING CHRISTM...

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CITY AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

CITY AND SUBURBS. lleliglou* Xotifex. Catholic Church —n>v. P. Pastor. Masses al 0,'!:»), T and SAM. II Mass at ID::ioA. K. <aiwchlstn, ;P. M. Vespers nt 4 P. Mm. i** M, E. citi-Rcirhomt--Ri'v. \.M.Cnin|)h<»ll, pastor. Preaching at lack's Hall every Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7p. in, Sunday school al li* p. m. M. K. Church, Tort Sire'" - J. M. f'.inipoell, pastor. Preaching at Ha. ro. und 7 p. m. Sunday School at 2.% p. ni. Meats free, Kpiscopal Chukch —Service* for de area* cnt iv the hall of the Good Templars. 84 Main 1 street, Up-StalM. Hour-, 11 A. At. and •; P. M. Sunday school, y... CoXOKCGATLONAL CHURCH — stibjeel this m- i nlnct 'tlie Resurrection of thrift Proved ' from t 'trcum.-ttaiiliuf Evidence, or Proof Independent of the Bible, and derived from other Sources than the Testimony of the Sacred Witnesses. 1 nbelleV«r>Ut Christianity are Invited to attend. Joslah Hates, pastor pro tetn. Tho Store of Harris & Jacoby t.e:i...

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A SAD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

A SAD CASE. Editor 11 era ld: —Pi ease insert this Into your payer and oblige a poor sufferer: lam a citizen of this city since 18(14; have carried on a business as a jeweler and have most always been in tolerable circumstances, but constant sickness during the last three years has reduced me so that 1 cannot now employ a physician, pay for drugs, find board and the necessary care. 1 aiu now suffering with erysipelas in the face and head, have nothing and nobody to help me; the rainwater Is running down upon my bed, and therefore 1 made an application to Dr. Wise, the county physician, to be admitted to the county hospital, which I thought was.open to every poor suffering citizen, but 1 was greatly mistaken, i t seems the hospital is not for the poor, but for those who have means. Dr. Wise told me that f could not be admitted unless I paid9lo, and as 1 could not pay Kirn the sum I remain where I am and await the e-on- sequences. But I herewith appeal to the public —appeal to the Boa...

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CONSISTENT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

CONSISTENT ACTION. Editor Herald: At some unspecified time prior to the first Monday in December, 1873, the Common Council of the city of Los Angeles, Resolved and Ordered, that an election should be held on the said first Monday in December, to elect "one Assessor, to fill the unexpired term of L. Scebold, two Couneilmen," etc., etc. Although these city Couneilmen Avere careful to particularly Inform the voters of Los Angeles that the said first Monday of December, 1873, Avas the first day of said month, they did not deem it of any importance that their order should have any date. , On tlie fourth inst., this same Com- , raon Council met and canvassed the vote and declared certain persons elected as Conncilmen, and others as members of the Board of Education, and the Clerk avus ordered to issue their proper certificates, but no action was taken concerning tlie vote which had been cast for Assessor; because, as it is stated, they believed there Avas no vacancy in that office. Having...

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Teachers' Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Teachers' Examination. The tear hers' examination closed at a late hour last night, after being in session three days. Eleven applicants presented themselves, all of whom received certificates. first grade. Robert Furlong, 9. A. Waldron, M. J. lteilly. SECOND GRADE. S. M. Adams, T. E. Caley, Thos. Cahill, H. A. Green, H. L. Keys, Miss Nettie McCreery, Mias Lizzie Faris, Miss Emma Loughrey. The manuscripts of Messrs. A. Waldron, R. Furlong, and M. J. Reilly,will be sent to the State Board at Sacramento, with recommendation that first grade certificates be granted.

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Masonic Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Masonic Election. At a regular meeting of Downey Lodge No. 220, F. & A. M., held at Los Nietos Dec, 2, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year:, C. C. Cummings, M.; T. J. Kerns, S. W.; Frank Cooper, J, W.; J. W. Woodward, T.J G. M. Settle, Sec.

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Stage Arrivals and Departures—Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Stage Arrivals and Departures—Dec. 6. TELEGRAPH LINE. Departures—W. S. Dick, Sol. Ehrlich, D. Brawley, R. S. Sloan, J. F. Riley, John Sexton, C. W. Seymour, T. P. Spitz; D. E. Buell. Passengers per steamer Mohongo for San Francisco—D. W. C. Nesfield, A. W. Wardwell and wife, G, Bundschu, Eugene Castle, A. Castle, Mr. Ryan and son, Bight Rev. Bishop Amat, Rev. Father Guidey, T. B. Jackson, William McDonald and son, G. N. Randall and two infants, James Irvine, C. T. Healey, J. S. Wlntemite, Mrs. Rhodes, Mr. Rhodes, James Freeborn, A. J. Pittigrew, William Foster, H. Starr, A. Chute, M. W. Wolf and family, T. M. Ball, N. Palmer, Thomas Mott, Gov. J. G. Downey and wife, T. Oakley, M. Shearer, Joseph Vorshay, A Upson and wife, William O'Brien; 4 ■ I A little "discussion wid sticks," took place last evening at one of the saloons on Main street, and for a time bid lair to become a serious affair. Fortunately the pplice arrived iv time to prevent bloodshed, and after some parleying succeded...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Late Telegrams. TH€ SPANISH IMBROGLIO. Spain Probably lunula tw Enforr* the Protocol Activity ln tho Navy Yard Matllngof War Steamer* The Alberto Smith not a privateer Slid simply carr if* 4'oal for Iho «overntnent riect .. .No .Woillflrnltnn of the Protocol Awheil The Ke«|«ilromenlk Demanded. Washington, Dec. 7. The opinion prevails here that Spain will not be able to enforce the order in the Virginius case. The time for the delivery of the vessel probably will be extended, lf Spain proves unable to enforce the order, Spain will sustain the United States in the seizure ofthe VlrglniUS in the harbor of Havana. There is great activity in the Brooklyn navy yard. Tlie Powhattan has sailed for Key West. The Manhattan sails on Saturday. There is the highest authority for stating that the Castellar government has not asked for a modification of the protocol, that the Virginius bo placed in the custody of a third party to await adjueatlon. A suggestion from Cuban authoities to Admiral Polo...

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DOMESTIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

DOMESTIC NEWS. Washington, Dec, C. Tho Democrats cßum tho election in Texas by forty thousand majority. A terrific snow storm is reported in Canada. Great destruction of property. Tlie Parliament House at Fort Garvey, with all its contents, books nnd records, was destroyed by fire. Nkw York, Dec. 0. Humor that the schooner Albert W. Smith, which cleared from Elizabethport for Key Went with coal as a Cuban privateer, is not credited by the naval officers, who state that the Navy Department had recently purchased 7,000 tons of coal for the use ofthe squadron in Cuban waters, and tho Albert J. Smith is probably one of the large number of transports employed to carry it. That the vessel should carry a few articles of merchandise is not strange; but the object of tho vessel is purely legitimate. The representatives of the Cuban Government and the Cuban Junta are planning an expedition from this city to this end. Negotiations have been carried on by other parties with Captain Robert Bower...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

FOREIGN NEWS. Tho Mlage of Cartageua An Expedition toTurkiatan. Paris, Dee. G. The appointment of Barthol as Minister at Washington is officially announced. The Spanish government will again push the bombardment of Cartagena. Russia will send another expedition against Turkistan. Madrid, Dec. 6. The government batteries keep up a steady lire on Cartageua. The Insurgents are reported in good spirits; they made a sortie yesterday. General Caballos gives place to General Zarvala in command of the beseiging forces. And now the question is what has become of the Senator. She left Santa Barbara for San Pedro on Wednesday morning and has not been heard from since. It Is supposed that she is lying behind Sanra Cruz, but tho Company is not without fear, as a very heavy sea has been running for the past few days. The Mohongo will keep a good look out, and telegraph to the agency here the result. Tho Panama steamer Montana passed San Padro yesterday. Colonel Kewen Is on his way home, by the Or...

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Real Estate Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record lor tho 24 hours ending at 4 o'clock, Dec. ft, 1573, as reported for the Daily HKBAi.n by Judson A Gillette, .Searchers of Records for Loa Angeles county: R I) Wilson nnd John S Griffin—Agreement for partition of lots 1,2, 3 and 4, ln KanchoSau Pascual. WW Edwards to Noah MeCulstlan-Pnrt of plat S, ln Rancho.SantaGertrudes; 81,000. Joel B Parker to Mary Dolan—l7 acres in Anahe|m extension; $2,<j00,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 7 December 1873

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Port offlan r»edra. Arrived. Dec. li—Stmr Mohongo, Douglass; paisengers and freight from San IMego. Mailed. Deo. 0-Stmr Mohongo, Douglass; passengers and freight for San Francisco.

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

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. I'xeltiKivoly to the Herald.

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