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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 December 1873

FOR SALE—TO LET. 17b. fere uson's COMMISSION HOUSE In the Exclusive Commission House to «-o to for Everything You Want. no2-lm For Sale! At \(\ ACRES IMPROVED AND tv/V unimproved lands of the finest quality, .1 miles from the court-house. Cheßp lor cash and no commissions to pay. Apply to J. Q. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up stairs, oe29tf For Sale! DESIRABLE BUSINESS, SE eurely established, requiring moderate eapltnl, ami paying Aye per cent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate In the east. Reasons satisfactory. Address "HERALD" nitre, its FOR SALE. U Q ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO *J mdnlo Rancli and the Hun Gabriel Klver. It ls eight miles from the city and two from bos Nletos depot, and a depot is within one half a mile. The tract Is all arable and has more timber than the place can consume. The water right ls excellent und the buildings and Improvements good. Refer to A. C. (HA PVIK, I/>« Angeles. nol-lmd-2mw FOR SALE. J_(\ ACRES OF LAND ONE *tv/mlle south of the city, well im...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 December 1873

VOLUME I. g*4 3Uflcks Strati . . I s Published eveiy morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. OFFICE -Herald Steam Hook an.l Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite tin- Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express *I 0 six months ' " " tl Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, '25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Telegraphic News. WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Dt!C, 28. The Third Assistant Postmaster General has just completed a syste matic, and careful examination of pos tal matters, and thinks that the report submitted to Congress for postal appro priation for service during the ensuing year is final, and has arrived at the conclusion that a reduction in the sums asked for cannot safely be made. The Postmaster-General will submit to ('onjrress a list of places and estimates for the improvnient of Postoftice De partment buildings, together with the recommendation that an impropria tion be made of buildings. Only three witnesses have t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 December 1873

TUESDAY, ....DEC. 30, 187?. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Ship and Rail. The Express having constituted itaelf the especial champion of the Lighter age monopoly, we hope it will pardon us for asking a #ew pertinent questions. In its issue of the 27th, the Express dictatorially asserts that "the trade of Los Angeles must continue to be serv rd as it is until the Breakwater has completed its work and a channel has been cut through the bar; or it must be served by a class of steamers of light draft, which, by taking advan tage of the tides, can come direct to the railroad," and adds that "we should do all in our power to hurry up the time when the breakwater will he finished and a channel cut through the bar." It seems to be generally admitted that if the bar were out of the way, vessels could come to the point of Rat tlesnake Island, and woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 December 1873

Tt• ESDAY. DEC, 30, 1873. CITY AND SUBURBS. Merry Chrisimas and Happy New Year printed On Costal Cards, l'orsale ut Harris A Jacoby's ( ash Store. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store San Bernardino Alfalfa Seed In 601b bag*, at 20c per lb. The brick-work of Wolwcbber's building is progressing rapidly. We are pleased to learn that Post* master Bent is out of danger. Fifteen carloads of freight were sent down lor the Mohongo, since our last report. .» Doctor Gelcloh's house begins.to look like a home already: though it was only begun two week ago. Fourteen cars of freight have been received at the depot, from Wilming ton, since Saturday night. One team left the depot for ('erro Gordo, for V. H. & Co., one for Lone Pine assorted, and one for Sun Bcrnur dino, assorted. L. Bashford, Esq., a prominent mer chant of Prescott, A. T., arrived in the city yesterday, and is stopping at tlie Clarendon. Dry Monopole is the name of a new piece of music which is written in hon or of the good ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 December 1873

FOR SALE-TO LET. "TTb. fercus<nts ! COMMISSION HOUSE Is the Exclusive Connnlsalou House to ,fo to for Every thing You «'»■!. nolMm For_Sale! ACRES IMPROVED AND TV/U unimproved lands of the finest quality, 3 miles from the court-house. Cheap for oash and no commissions to pay. Apply IoJ. O. A.STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up < lairs. oriWtf For Sale! DESIRABLE BUSINESS, SE curely established, requiring moderate capital, ana paying live per cent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate In the east. Reasons satisfactory. Address "HERALD" office. detl FOR SALE. Q O ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO %J Ad nlo Ranch and tbe Han Gabriel River. It ia eight miles from the city and two from Los Nletos depot, and a depot is within one half a mile. The tract Is all arable and has more timber than tho place can consume. The water right Is excellent and the buildings and Improvements good. Refer to A. C. CH AUVIN.Los Angeles. nol-lmd-2mw FOR SALE. Af\ ACRES OF LAND ONE TCV/rnlle south ofthe city, well Impr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 December 1873

VOLUME I. Is ruhlishi'd eveiy viinrnlngexept Monduy, liv THE HERALD PItCVTIXO COMPANY, uFFICE -Herald Meant Rook and Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the I'ourt House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express $10 Nix months " " 4*. 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Sanitary Reform. Editor Herald:—The recent action of our City Council ill dispensing with the services of a Health Officer, fails to commend itself to the approval of our citizens generally, as cither sound in principle or safe in policy; and a word of earnest remonstrance is, ac cordingly, hereby respectfully address ed to our City Fathers. In common with your cotemporary journalists, you spare no pains in pub lishing far and wide the peculiar at tractiveness of our city, and are con fessedly committed to the advocacy of every reform tending to render Los Angeles increasingly worthy of admi ration. Therefore, we need offer PO iipology for ask...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 December 1873

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Official Report. We republish from the Express the official reports of the Flngineers in charge of the work on the Wilming ton breakwater. We do this not be cause there is anything new in them, one having been made in July, and the other in October, nor yet for the reason that there is anything of much interest contained, all of any impor tance having long since been public property, but the Express having cho sen to draw them forth from their musty bed, we reproduce them.that we may not be charged with concealing or ignoring any facts that may tend to throw any light upon the matter. Having assumed for the sake of the argument that the bar was removed, which by the way the reports do not show to be the case, we asked the Express to inform us how that would bring ship and rail toge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 December 1873

WEDNESDAY... DEC, 31, 1873. CITY AND SUBURBS. Merry Christ mas and Happy New Year prln'ed On Postal Cards. Fur soft at Harris <s Jacoby's Cash store. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Storo sun Bsrnardtno AlOUfu Seed In 501b bur, at 20c per lb. Gov. Downey and wife are on tlie steamer due to-morrow. Many houses are now building, de spite tlie high prices asked for lumber. Our "Carrier's Address" for New Yeari*| is "Ham Barge, Herald offlce." a Next Monday, exit Judge Widney, enter Judges Scpulveda and O'Me'l veney. . All interested in Spain—the Spanish and their drama will notice the Mer ced Theatre advertisement. Gentlemen desiring -New Year's cards can obtain them beautifully printed at this offlce. Dr. Draper is coining to build the fifteen cottages on the Washington tract. The Doctor is a lucky man, and we welcome him back. A>tr. itent was very much improved in health yester/lay, and was sitting up part of the day. He is beyond dan ger. The exports of produce for the week endi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 December 1873

/ v FOR SALE-TO LET. I. B. FERGUSON'S QOMMISBION HOUSE In the Exclusive Commission Hoimo lo go to for Everything- You Want. nas lis For Sale! A(\(\ ACRES IMPROVED AND Tt V/v/ unimproved lands of tlie finest quality, 3 miles from the court-house. Cheap lor cash and no commissions to pay. Apply to J. 0- A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Hlock, up ♦trtlrw. oc2!lti For Sale! DESIRABLE BUSINESS, SE curely established, requiring moderate capital, and paying five per cent, monthly. Would exchange for real estate in the east. Reasons satisfactory. Address "HERALD" uttice. deft FOR JB ALE. Q O ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO « / mm nlo Ranch and the San Gabriel River. It is eight miles from the city and two from l/n Nletos depot, nnd a depot ls within one lislf a mile. The tract ls nil arable and has more timber than the place can consume. The water right ls excellent and the buildings aud Improvements good. Refer to A. C. CHADV IN. Los Angeles. nol-lmd-2mw FOR SALE. A(\ ACRES OF LAND ONE T"V/mile south of the ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 January 1874

Volume i. In Published evei/ morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PRINTING nmi'AXY, nKKIt'K -Hrrnltl Ktonni Book nml Job PrlNtlM* HM«f, Spring stn-.-t, opposite the Court Hon*. TKKMM: Per annum, by mull or express MO Six month* " " 6 Three month* " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, Jt> rents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. » * 9 [Written tor the Hhbald.] A NEW YEAR'S DINNER, Or. The Mystery of Toffelmeir's Station. J. KI'FIMQTOX. It was in the autum 18—, that a mid dle aged man, was slowly walking up and down In the dining room of Tof ffdmeirs Stat ion.* .He hud apparently finished his repast, although it was not yet five o'clock, and the descend ing sun shon bright and warm through the windows, from which there was a view of the pastoral land scape of Los Angeles Valley. To the north the view was bounded by the majestic Coast-range, whose summits Veiled' in clouds, or exhibiting aw ful forms, seen and lost again, as the partial vapors rolled away, were sometimes b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 January 1874

20.c Juvald. THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1874. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an Rc'vertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value* The Advantages of Co-operation. The Herald of the 30th con tamed a brief account of the operations' of the San Gabriel Orange Grove .ssoeia 'tion, a corporation organized under -the laws of this State, for no suocula [ tive purpose, but solely with M view of securing to its members hemes in Ihe genu>\ climato of Los Angeles county, Ther 0 are thousands < f families in the eastern States who so oyes are tur ned longingly to this land of rich f .oducts and luxurious fruits, who yet, from economical reas jus, are pre vented from casting their lot among us, and there are many here in our city and surrounding viJUtgcs who have not secured land of their own. It is the attention of these two classes that we wish to direct to the advant ages of co-operation, and tl te flatter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 January 1874

IMwif* £wM THURSDAY JAN, 1, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS At Harris A Jacobv's Cash Store Fresh tinrtli n, Onu>a and Alfalfa Hied. At Harris A Jacoby's Cash Store Umbrellas at 81.00 eneh. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store three pair IMninod-Toc Shaker Socks for 81. . There will be no paper issued from this office to-morrow. The County Court adjourned yester day for the term. The Library will be closed to-day and this evening. Mr. M. Dore, the owner of Santa Is abella ranch, in San Luis, is at the Pico. The schoolmaster is abroad. He was on the street last evening illustrating the royal road to 'rithmetic. Mr. 8. O. Circle, of New York city, Is at the Pico, and proposes to make his home for the future in Los An gles. Four teams left the depot yesterday for San Bernardino; three consigned to B. & A., and one, assorted, was dis patched to Tom Price. The steamer Orizaba with a heavy freight list and a considerable nujnher of passengers for this city, is expected at San l'edro this eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 January 1874

FOR SALE TO LET. L B. FERGUSON'S QOMaasHION HOUBK In the Rxwlnia'vc <'omiiii«*i»n llotmo to ~> to lor ■ ler.vthins: Yon Want. hoB-lm For Sale! 4-()O ACBES PROVED AND nnlmpT ored l.inds of tho finest «y>allty, s ! silo* froth tho court-house. Cheap lr»r MM nid wo eomn ' lemon* to pov. Apply "» J. Q, A. KTANLEY.. 2* Temple Block, np ■Mtis. oSbtf t For Sale! DEBI1 J6ABLK BO'SIN ESS, SK «tr JIT eatobllshed, rt quiring moderate '2SpM»I, n ad paying tire, pa " cent, monthly. Would c* r-fcange flw r<yil a* '-"to In th« eitst. *2««*s saMsftntorv. AdrtA »*» "HKUALD" a»ae, ueti FOR SAL £ - Ci O ACRES OX THE SA'i >" ANTO *» Hanoh and the Sau Out Ulvar. irmalgl rt>_„Lii from the city _ud two from bus Nic Ms depot, und v depot is wi. :hlu ouc " hair a i Hie. Tuh truot, Is all ariiuli* aud ukore t) mher than the place oun co Mum.. Pha w« ter right, is excalleju and the bo. Uoltttni 7*g.; r ' Q * Angeles. nol-lmd-i FOR SALE. Jf | ACHES OF LAISD Ol *X ~ dleaoutu of (_« cjtv. wo;.'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 January 1874

VOLUME I. £01 QupUt Ittfttt. Is Published eve,,, morning except .Monday, THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. OFFICE Herald Nteiim I took mid Jolt Printing ll»ii*e. Spring street, opposite the I 'olll'l House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express Sit) Six months " " ii Three months " " • 3 lielivered by carriers, per week, i*i cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. LETTER FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Sax Francisco, Dec. 'Ml The glories of Christmas arc over, tlit' clerk of tlie weather and Santa clans having had a private arrange ment with each other. Christmas day itself was as line a day as any one could possibly wish to see. And this is a very exceptional case I can assure you. While 1 write it is raining cats and dogs, and as the wind is S. E. we may look for a continuation of it. For holiday time, we have been, compar atively speaking, exempt from Un usual result of festivities in San Fran cisco, such as murders, suicides, as saults, and so on. Our sensational paper raised a hue and cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 January 1874

£0$ %*§t\ti Scnilcl SATURDAY, JAN. 3, 1874. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Gas, or Smoke? " It has all ended in smoke," is often ■aid of an enterprise that has failed of accomplishment, and although Los Angeles may he said to have Gas Works, and is popularly supposed to be lighted with gas, yet it needs but a short sojourn here to become con vinced that this is a mistake, aud that instead of gas, we are hunting smoke. How long will the people of this city put up with such an imposition. The Council granted the Gas Company the light to erect gas work, to lay gas pipes, and to. furnish gas; but it has all ended in smoke. Certainly then, we are under no obligation, legal or moral, to continue this monopoly. The people are willing to pay a fair price for a good quality of gas, and will patronize a company liberally. The City Council will light t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 January 1874

SATURDAY JAN, 8, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 1 icsh darden, (.niss nod Vll'ult.i wed. CONGUKO ATIOKAI. ('lll lt! 11. -Subject lor to morrow morning: "Bather np the fragment* i.nai nothing lie lost." I'roucking al the Ln Dow School House ail. M. ,loaiah Bates P.mtor pro I cm. The Skating Rink this evening. To-day tins Croniact is three years old and (a healthy, lusty young one it is, too. A granite WOM-Walk from Temple to Downey Block is among the things to be. Oranges are now quite ripe, and just lit for transportation. They bring from SI to S3 per hundred, District Court met yesterday, but adjourned to allow repairs of court room to be made. Supt. Wm. McFaddcn was in town yesterday. He reports Anaheim all right, and joyful over the rain. Four ears of freight were dispatched from the depot yesterday, and one re ceived, One team left the depot for San Ber nardino on New Year's Day. None departed yesterday. Work on the railroad has been pro gressing favo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 January 1874

CARRIAGES AND MAQON3. L. Li C NTENBERGER, (Successor to Roeder A I.ichtenberger . OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. US und 147 Main street, Los Angeles, Very respectfully solicits the patronage of the public in his line of business. All ve hicles built of the BEST MATERIAL, An extensive 11LACKSM1TH SHOP Is connected with the establishment, where all kinds of Blarksmlthlng will bo done to order. REPAIRING iMmc with dispatch, and with 11 view of glvliij; malefaction to patrons. All Work Warranted. no7-lmlp HMGITtiGRAVEL'S New Carriage Shop. OUR WORKLS UKB'QflUfc ipialed by any done on tho Pa ntic Const. Alter our excerlencc in the best shops In the Eastern States, and our experience on this coast, we are enabled to fulfil what we ad vertise.. ALL MATERIALS USED ARE THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. MrS. Repairs done neatly and with dispatch. ggV All work done here is warranted, ttjt. Prices Moderate. Call and see. "%n Corner Los Angeles and Requena noli] Streets, Los Angeles, timip CAMIL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 January 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eve, v morning except Monday, by I II E HERALD I'ltlN UNO COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Steam Book and Job Printlnu' House. Spring street, opposite the ' \MU°! House. TERMS: Per annum, by mull or express ?10 Six months " " " ti Three months " " • 3 Delivered by curriers, per week 'i r > cents Ad'-ertlsemcnts Inserted at liberal rates, Wilmington Correspondence. Wilmington, Jan. .">, 1H74. Editor Herald: The harlior ques tioa has been quite thorouirhly dis cussed, and yet there may be room tor a word or two more. There is no difference of opinion as to the neces sity of bringing ship and rail together, hut the people are divided in opinion, as to the quickest and most economical mode of doing it. The engineers are confident that the dredging of a chan nel through the bar is entirely practi cable, and as it is a work which they have been commissioned to do, it is their intention to perform it, as soon as the rough weather is over. The building of the breakwater w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 January 1874

SUNDAY, JAN. 4, 1874. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an'advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Shall it be a Fight? We luive lately called attention In the Herald to the bird quality of the gas furnished to consumers in this city, and the high price charged for it. We have done this in the interest of the people, believing that their claims arc paramount to those of any clique or combination, not with the view of getting up a right, but hoping to secure icform in a matter that certainly needs amendment. The Gas Company origi nally intended to consist of a number of our citizens, and thus be identified with the other interests of the place, bus gradually passed into the hands of a few individuals, and these parties dhoDM to consider the course of the Hkrald as a personal grievance. When the Hkbald was established, one of the principal stockholders of the Gas Company, who is also in o...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 January 1874

SI'NDAY JAN, 4,1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Fresh Garden, Grass ami Alfalfa sted. Religious Notices. CoN<;itK<j.vrrnNAi. cm m it.—sulijcet for to morrow morning: "Gather op thefrugments Dint nothing be lost." Preaching at the La I low school House at :i I. Mi Jotlah Hates Pastor pro torn. M. B, CffIJBCH South—Rev. A.M.Campboll, pastor. Preaching at Leck'D Hull every Sun ilav at 11 a. in. and T p.m. MUflUay School at MX p. in. M. K. Church, Fort Street—J. M. Campbell, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by J. K. Tanzy, IJ.1 J . E. Sunday School at 2.. p. in. Seats free. Love Feast at 9% a. in. Ei'lsoohai. Chukoh—Services for the pres ent in the hall oi the Good Templar*. 84 Main street, up-stalrs. Hours, HA. M. and :i P. M. Sunday School,!)'-.,. One team left the depot to-day for Petroliopolis consigned to F. & F. T. Throe hundred and sixty, boxes of oranges go Op to Satt Francisco to-day from this vicinity. S. B. Caswell has the thanks ...

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