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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 December 1873

1 . . jjgi-lta Jit It* I' \a -'— TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. . WINTKK AKR VNUKMKNT -L.A. A ft. P. R. R. Arrive— Depart. V UU A. M. 10 00 A. M. Tla^*ra,e.^pt*gday.Mam: ers'arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. STAQK LINKS. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage line. .3:00 r. M. IKS P. M. Coast Line Stages. - 8:00 P. v. 5:00 a. m. San Bernardino Line 5:30 P. a. 6:30 a. m. Han Diego Stajre Line 4:00 p. m. 7:30 a: A*. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following is a list of Granges in Los An- Beles8 eles county: _ liver—Los Nletos-J. H. Burke, Master; E. R Wylie l Secretery. , _ „ Compton—A. Higbte, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. J El Monte—U. C. Glbbs, Master; J. H. Gray, Angeles-T. C. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka—SPtulra —P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos. Fah-vle^r—Anaheim-Edward Evey, Master; B. Hay ward, Ma ster: E. B. Niools, Secretary. Los Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han- Master; J. E. Mar quls, Secretary. 1 J New Rlvox-Los Nietos—R. B. Guthrie, Mas ter;...

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. — 11 December 1873

! , , TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. . WINTER AKHANURMKNT - L. A. « S. P. R. R. Arrive- Depart. 9 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M. Thia^^rale^gdaysy s^: era' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. STAGK LINKS. 1 "> C ...la". • i Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Una. .3:00 p. m. l*3(f p. b. Coast Line Stages. 9:00 p. B. 5:00 a. B. San Bernardino Line 5:30 P. m. 6:30 a. b. San Diego Slugs Line 4:00 p. b. 7:30 A.' B. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following Is a list ol Granges In Los An- Sties county: liver-Los Nleto*-J. H. Bnrke, Master; E. R. Wylle l Secretery. , . _ Compton-A. Htgbte, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte—G. C. Olbbs, Master; J. H. Gray, Angeles T. < . Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka—Snadra—P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos. FaTrvle^—Anahetm-Edward Evey, Master; B. Hay ward, Mas ter: E. B. Nicola, Secretary. Los Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han- Master; A E. Mar- Orange— Richland—Thomas Brown, Master; J. W. Anderson, Secretary. Asusa—M. W. Max...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 December 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published every morning except Monday, THE HERALD PRINTINU COMPANY, OFFICE-Hernld Hteum Book and Joh Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express. $10 Sli months " " 6 Three months " «• • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. Yesterday's Dispatches Washington, Dec. The navy department has comple ted all necessary arrangements for the reception of the Virginias and the transfer of the surviving passengers and crew at Santiago do Cuba from prison to one of the United States ves sels of war, in accordance with the terms of the diplomatic agreement. The Canandaigua, carrying ten guns, will sail from New York for Havana to-morrow to receive the prisoners at Santiago de Cuba. Rear Admiral Scott, at Key West, will have the strongest naval force under his com mand that has been collected by a government at any of our ports since the termi nation of the war. The mon itors Saugus and ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 December 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published eve, v morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE Herald Nteana Hook and Job Printing Hwnaa, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express. 810 Sli months " " 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week. 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Yesterday's Dispatches Washington, Dec. The navy department has comple ted all necessary arrangements for the reception of the Vlrginius and the transfer of the surviving passengers and crew at Santiago de Cuba from prison to one of the United States ves sels of war, in accordance with the terms of the diplomatic agreement. The Canandaigua, carrying ten guns, will sail from New York for Havana to-morrow to receive the prisoners at Santiago de Cuba. Rear Admiral Scott, at Key West, will have the strongest naval force under his com mand that has been collected by a government at any of our ports since the termination of the war. The mon itors Saugus a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 December 1873

§M &np\tt petal! FRIDAY DECEMBER 12, 1873 A Needed Improvement. The great and overshadowing need of Los Angelea now, is for more ready, cheap and convenient communication with the sea, At present all freight fMlsMfritelßllrt M «-—■'"*-« from the steamer to a lighter, then from the lighter to the cars, and .thence by rail to the city. The lighterage is a A&er ending delay and burden to the i-ominerce of Los Angeles, and our clt izeneshonld never rest until its neces sity is done away with. There sire several ways in which this can be ac complished, but the readiest and cheapest is the extension of the exist ing railroad to deep witter. This can be effected by laying a track on Rat tlesnake Island and the breakwater, . to Deodman's Island, and extending a wharf say a hundred feet into the water. Freight could then be un loaded directly from the ship to the ears, and the expense of one handling, and the delay of irve miles of light erage would be dispensed with. Thsre are no en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 December 1873

g>o fyvQtUs §txM. m — i .. ' — FRIDAY DECEMBER 12, 1873 CITY AND SUBURBS. The Cash Store of Harris & Jacoby sell fine white shirts at «l 00. a The Cash Store of Harris & Jacoby sell two Imported Havana Cigars, for 25 ets. The finest assortment of meer schaum pipes for holiday presents at the Cash Store. , The Cash Store of Harris A Jacoby s i-11 Haw pair scam 1 ess si >cks for »1. The hills are getting green. For yesterday's telegrams, see first page, Eight cars of freight were received from Wilmington yesterday. The mttd is rapidly drying up, and pedestrianism is becoming possible again* § n **D Two candidates for the insane asy lum, went up on the steamer on Thursday. Lazard has a heavy advertisement of heavy goods, at heavy prices, in to day's paper. The Telegraph Stage was 5 behind again last night, not reaching town ill after midnight. Big excitement in Nigger Alley. A Celestial light, in which neither party was seriously damaged. Twenty-seven boarders left the De...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 December 1873

TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. » 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M. 215 P. M) is* j»j, if f ?845P. M. The shove to rule except on days of steam em' arrlYßl snd departure, when trains will rua to canned wfca steamer*. btaqk t-uwa. Arrhre. Depart, Telegraph Stage Line. 3:00 P. a. li:Wr, a. SanTOecoHlage Line 4:00 p. kL 7:30 A. a. PATRONS OF MUSSANDRV. Following is a list of Oranges la Los An- Sties county: Uver-Los Nietos-J. H. Burke, Master; E. R. Wylle, Beeretery. Compton—A. Hlgble, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte-G. C Glbbs. Master; J. H. Gray, Seeratary. t' 1 1 ■ Enterprise— Los Angeles —T. C. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Bec'y. Eureka—Spadra—P, C. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright Secretary. Fulrvlew—Anaheim—Edward Evey, Master; .1. ii. Taylor, neerstary. Fruitland-TusUn City—A. B. Haywaid, Mas ter; E. B. Nieots, Secretary. Los Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Haa- LosXullos-s%'Grandon, Master; J. E. Mar quls, Secretary. New Rlver-LoeNletos-R. H. Guthrie, Mm- Master; J. W. Anderson, Secretary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 December 1873

VOLUME I. f o.s tilths ScraM. ti Published eve,j morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PKIVI'INOi COMPANY, OFFICE—HaaaW let sum Book nnd Job Printing- House. Spring strew, opposite tlie Conrl lions.-. TERMS: IVi-annum, )<v mall or cx i>"es« ?10 mix mouth* ' " " 0 Three month* '• " 3 Delivered by carrier** per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted ut liberal rutes. MAYOR'S MESSAGE. To he Honorable, the Common Coun cil of the City of Lo* Angela—Gentle men': During the year now drawing to a close, the people of this city have been exempt from serious calamities, and although some of their various in dustrial pursuits may not have re turned highly remunerative rewards, want and suffering have not been felt, but competence and comfort have been the reward of the fugal and in dustrious. our FINANCIAL CONDITION. It is a gratifying fact, that although there have been large and unusual expenditures imposed upon the city during the last year, growing out of the condemnation of lands for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 December 1873

2o«! $k\p\tt Icratd SATURDAY, DEC. 13, 1873. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD. In times of peace prepare for war. This for the benefit of the City Coun cil, and means that wheu the mud dries up sidewalks and crossings should be built. The Harbor. The Express takes violent exeption to our suggestion that the railroad should be extended to Dead-Man's Isl and, and seems to think that if this were done, the improvement of the harbor would be forever set aside. Sow the facts are simply, that an ap propriation has been secured sufficient to build a breakwater, and leave a hundred thousand dollars to improve the harbor. There is no probability that under present circumstances, much more can be immediately had A small sum, judiciously expended, will make a safe and accessible harbor inside the breakwater, and that har bor can be extended inland as fast us the needs of commerce require it, and the money can be had to do the work. But the question now is, how to get a harbor at ouce, with the means o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 December 1873

' L t. ' ■ — SATURDAY DEC. 18, 1573. CITY AND SUBURBS. Relig ions Notice*. M. c. Ckuboß South—Rev, a.m.i lampbelt, pastor, Preaching <U Ijeuk'* Halt'pvcry Sun* day at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School nt l2'- a p. 111. At. E. Church, Port Street—J. M, Campbell, pastor. Preaching at It a. Nt, and 7p. m. Sun day School al m% p. m. Seats free. EPISCOPALCHURCH—Services for the pres ent In the hall of tbe < rood Templars. SI Main street, up-ttalrs. Hours, 11 A, M. anil ;l Y. M. Honda} school, fIX. Cvtuui.ic Ciiukcii SBRVHJH.—-First Mass Sermon In Spanish ,at T'j a. M.: Second Muss atf a.m.; Third .Mass Sermon in English at 10% A. M. Catechism at 2'<. V. M. Vespers and Kenedlotlon at 85j p. ii.. During the week Musses commence &tB% .v. H, Rev.,l. Hates Will preach nttheSchoolhoiise, La Dow district, (D. v.). to-morrow at H l /, P. m. Subject—"The Recognition and Reunion of Friends in Heaven," in commemoration of the late Miss Nichols. On account of Ibis service, the church in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 December 1873

FOR SALE—TO LET. For Sale or Rent. THE CORNER LOT ON MAIN streetjOpposltePleo House; 00x115. In quire at H. FLEISHMAN'S store. nov4ml« FOR SALE. ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON HANI> PRESS, only Jour months In use, with roller apparatus, chases, Jrite. Apply at LA CRONlCAoffice, Los Angeles. detml House to Let! THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE on Main street, within five minutes' AjSk walk of the terminus of the UmnlbusJulK. Line. Contains tlve rooms, besides bath room, pantry and closets. Inquire onthe premises. nov22eod2w . J. F.SM ITU. Forjtale! Af\f\ ACRES IMPROVED AND av/U unimproved lands of the finest quality, 3 miles from the court-house. Cheap for cash and no commissions to pay. Ap°ply to .J. y. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up stairs. ocaßtf For Sale! DESIRABLE BUSINESS, BE curely established, requiring moderate capital, and paying Aye per cent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate In the east. Keasous satisfactory. Address "HERALD" offij*. deO FOR SALE. Q 4V) ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO *y mw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 December 1873

VOLUME I. £0$ 3Ufjftcs ScraM. Is Published eveiy morning except Monday, We tiif. herald printing company. OFFICE Hernltl Steam Hook nnd Job Printing Hon*)-. Spring street, opposite the Court Iluus". , I. TERMSA* 4t Per annum, by.mall or ojenress 410 six months " ' •• H Three ny>mlis <• •« • a Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. Letter From San Francisco. San Francisco, De<\ 8. With a roaring fire burning on tlie hearth, all the windows and doom clo sed and a pipe between my lips, loan bid defiance to the elements, and gather toy wits together, thankful that my lines have fallen in pleasant places, and that T am not compelled to out upon the streets such miserable weather as this. During the past week we have had a horrible time, that is to say, horrible so far as the amount of discomfort we have had to endure, is roncerned. We have been favored with almost a continual storm of hail and rain with bitter cold weather. The wet se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 December 1873

Co* Aiujflc* Aetata. SUNDAY, DEC. 14, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE tho Circu lation of erther contsrwpo rary paper published In Los Angeles. As an advertising medium It is consequently of DOUBLE their value. i ii i /if The Street Railroad. The stock books of the Street Rail road Company are now open at Temple Jt Workman's Bank, and quite a num ber of shares have already been sub scribed. The Capital Stocs is to con sist of TOO shares of *20 each. Twenty per cent, is to be paid in at the time of subscribing, and the balance in in stallments aa called for by the Direct ors, until the shares are fully paid up, after which no stock is liable to assess ment, unless by tbe unaminous con sent of the share-holders. The prospects are that the stock will soon all be taken, and the construction of the road begun at an early date. The completion of the road is a matter of great Importance to the people of Los Angeles. Our city is spread over a good deal of groun J, and the natural d...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 December 1873

SUNDAY DECEMBER 14, 1873 CITY AND SUBURBS. At Harris o: Jacoby's Cash Store, ■KJUti boxes < 'igars, Jti lv each ho.v, at si oil per box, At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store, Gentlemen's line silk Sear!) at SI 10 b plec. For Christmas and New Year pres ents, jjo to Harris A Jacob)"* Cash Store. Religions Notices. M. E. ('liearil South— Key. A.M.Campbell, pastor, rrcaching at Leek's Hall every Sun day at II a. in. and 7p. in. Sumlav School at 111)4 p. HI. M. K. Chikoii, Fort Street—J. M. Campbell, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in. Sun day School at% p. in. Seats free. Episfoi'Ai. CliCKi'ii—Services lor the pres ent in the hall of the tiood Templars, M .Main street, ap-stairs. Hours, II A. M. und it I. M. Sunday School, 9';. CVTitoi.ic Church SSkvick. -First Mush Sermon in Spanish rSt?H A« -M.; Second Muss til » a.m.; Third Muss Sermon fn Khgtlsli at 10' j, a. M, Catechism at 2' '-j c. .m. Vespers aud lien,.diction at p. a..* lairing the week Masses commence at X' ... a. m...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 December 1873

£ E-TO*lL stir. a Itfei' ii-^a-i: For Sale or Rent. THE CORNER LOT ON MAIN sticct.oppnsite I'lco House; i»i\U.'.. In- Miilrc nt It. no _ v l n .'!* FOR SALE. ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON HAND PRESS, only four months In use, House Jo Let! rpHE LOWER PART OF HOUSE X on Main street, within dye minutes' icjjk »alk or the terminus of the OmnibusJiijSL Line. Contains five rooms, besides bath room, pantry and closets. Inquire onthe prernLse*. novjbeod2w J. K.WMITH. For Sale! At \l \ ACRES IMPROVED AND V/\./ unimproved lands of the finest ■ liialltv,.'! miles from the court-house. Cheap ior cash nuU no commissions to pay. Apply io J.»/. A. STANLEY, 2S Temple Block, up stairs. oriiHl - For Sale! " DESIRABLE BUSINESS, SE i iirely established, reciulrlng moderate . :ipitul, and paying fly« per cent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate In the east. Reasons sailst'actorv. Address "HERALD" orti.'M. de« . FOR ftALInU I 9K> ACRES ON TH E SAN AN TO- j wiilo Ranch and the San GahrM River. IL Is eight ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 December 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published eve,» morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE -Herald Stenm Hook nnd Job Printing- House. Spring street, opposite the Court I louse, -y* .A f TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 six months " , •« Three months •• " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisement. Inserted at liberal rates. Legislative —Standing Commites. SENAEE. Judiciary—Farley, Edgerton, Pen degast, Lame, Graves, De Haven, O'Connor, Perkins and Bartlett. Claims—Perkins, McMurray, Mc- Cune, Frazer and O'Connor. Finance—lrwin, McCusick, Evans, Bartlett and Tuttle. Elections—Turner, Irwin, Hopkins, O'Connor, and Rush. Public Lands —Lindsay, McCusick, Boggs, De Haven and Pendegast. Commerce and Navigation—Roach, Perkins, Duffy, McCoy and Bartlett. Federal Refatious-Finney, Gibbons, Graves, Eakin and Crane, Hopkins, Keyes, Goodale, Martin, Bush and Per kins. Mining Interests—Hendricks, Bush, Turner, McMurray, Neft', Eakin and Frazer. State Printing—Neft", McC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 December 1873

TUESDAY, DEC. 16, 1873. The DAILY HIRALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published Tn Los Angeles. As an advertising medium It Is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Pannamint Mines. The party of gentlemen from the Pannamint district, whose presence in town we briefly alluded to on Satur day morning, called at the Herald office yesterday, and gave us some in teresting facts in regard to the new mines, and the relation they bear to our city. From their location, the natural outlet for all this rich district, is through Lot* Angeles, and a little activity on the part of our citizens, will secure their valuable trade. At present, we believe tlwir supplies are brought from Delano, the present ter minus of th* Southern Pacific rail road. It needs but a glance to see that if a wagon road were opened from this point, the whole trade of what promises to be one of the richest min ing districts on the Coast, would be brought to this city. The dis tance fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 December 1873

TUESDAY DECKMBIiR 1870 CITY AND SUBURBS. At Harris «v Jacoby's Cash Store, SUM lioacs li ■;<> mean 1.0.\, ,1 ?l tHI per bos. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store, Gentlemen'm One siiu. Scarfs at si 00 a pleee, — * • ———- . .. -' For Christmas and New Year pres ents, no to Harris AWKeoby's, Cash store. Gentlemen's white and colored Kid liloves are sold tit Harris A Jacoby's Cash Stoic for only one dollar a piece. Hall of South Star Deg. Lodge. No. 7, I.O.O.F. The otilixtw and members ol theabove nam ed Lodtf • are hereby noMd'ld to attend a regu lar meeting thereof this (Tuesday* evening, Dee. tetli, at 7:.iv, as business ot Importance Is to be srausacted. Sojourning Brother* of the Searlei lieyive iu'o particularly Invited lo at tend. I'y order 01 11. 11l HDICK, X. G. S. Jti.ics Mavkh, R, S. The Mohongo sails for San Francisco to-morrow. A Christmas Eve hall at the Galla tin school house. m Five and a half inches of rain fell at Anaheim. A Christmas tree at Anaheim, for what pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 December 1873

FOR SALE-TO LET. | For Sale or Rent. CORNER LOT ON MAIN X street .opposite Pico House; 00x113. In .(..ir.- -,l 11. FLEISHMAN'S store. novlnil FOR SALE. ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON HAND PRESS, only four mouths In use, j with roller apparatus, chases 'etc. Apply at ; LA CMONICA oftice, tios Ahjgjtle*. detail House to Let! THE LOWER PART OF HOUHK on Main street, within five minutes' 49} walk of the terminus of the omnlbusJj»iß. i Line. Contains five rooms, besides bath room, • nantrv and closets. Inquire onthe premises. , noviseo&W J. F.sMITH. j For Sale! Ai \i\ ACRES IMPROVED AND *X"V/v/ unimproved lands of tbe finest >,utility,.'! mile* froiu the court-bouse. Cheap tor cash and no commissions to pay. Apply u>J. 0.. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Bloek.up .-tnlr-. PCWO - For Sale! DESIRARLE RUSINESS, SE curely established, requiring moderate . ipltul, and pay lug jive pec rent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate tn the east. Reasons satisfactory. Address "HERALD" oltiee. ' de« FOjrTsAL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 December 1873

VOLUME I. is Published eveiy morning except Monday, THE II Clt ALU PRINTING COMPANY. OFFICE Hen,l<l Mtcnin Book and Job Printing House. Spring street, opposltu the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express 810 six mouths " " B Three months '• " • 3 Delivered tjy carriers, por week. 2o cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Han Francisco, Dee. 13. This morning's despatches, which will have been yours long before this reaches you, announce that Governor Downey has declined the nomination. The Post is advocating very warmly the coalition of Independents and Democrats, and with a measure of success. Independent, like ourselves, it is working hard against all mono polies, burdensome tariffs, land-grabs, and unequal taxation of property, may mention that many great capital ists', Friedlander and Chapman in cluded, are strongly in favor of forcing large land-holders to improve their property, or pay taxes as though it were improved. The mass of...

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