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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 October 1873

%$i 3Uiflclr; JtfvaUl. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SATURDAY OCTOBER 25, Ist.!. Who is Guilty? Only a short time since an order came from the oast to parties In this city to rent nitu small houses, suitable for families the coming winter. Scarcely a day passes but a similar or der comes for one or more houses. Houses all full, and none to rent. A good reliable man informs us that his house with live rooms, cost $600, and that he can take $25 per month rent for it at any time for a year. This amounts to $800, being fifty percent, on the investment the first year, bet ter than money loaned at one-and-a hulf or two per cent v month. What we need is one hundred such houses erected immediately. They will all be occupied, aud the purties after a few mouths residence here will settle with us, many perhaps perma nently, ami purchase property. With out these accommodations they will seek other cities having them. Who is responsible for this criminal negligence?...

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. — 25 October 1873

Xti; IrHgrtf* Scvald. CITY A]VI) SUBURBS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. it. M. Whlmy, District Judge itu. Judicial District, composed of Los Angeles county. Court meets in February, May, August anil NnvatAbr r. Igiiaein Sepolveda, <'onnty Judge, Court ('onimlssloner, .1. ft. Howard. State Senator, H. I>. Wilson, Members of Assembly, Titos, D. Moll ami Avi Kill-. sheriff. Win. it. Rowland; l?uder fthcriff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M. H ildwtn. County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W. uniii.i and s. ii. Mott. District Attorney, c. E. Thorn; Assistant, E. M Ross. Count) Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan. superintendent of Public SoJiools, William McFiuMen, Public Administrator, George < 'arson. County Hurveyor, V, l.ecouvrour. County Assessor, D. Rot-lller. i 'oroner, Joseph Kurtz, i 'iunity Hoard of supervisors -Chairman, 11. Porsman; A. 1.. Bush, P. Palomare*, B, i 'asweli. CITY or I'D Kit-;. Ms yor, J. H. Tooerman. Marshal, l. it. Wolfe, Treasurer, George If. Butler. Atto...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald HOHENLINDEN. A I'ARoDI. In mighty Wall ere gold was low, All proudly stood Jay Cooke A Co., And like a torrent was the flow Of greenbacks- rolling rapidly. Rut Wall sheet suw another sight; When stocks went down,with monC) light, The bulls and hears bogM to Rght, Ami bellowed most outrageou i\ Like train upon a down-hill grade, To draw his cash each man essayed, And furious every broker brayed, To swell the tearful deviltry. Then shook the banks by panic riven I Then ru-bed their dupes like maniacs driven! To every laud beneath the heaven, Fiu fla- beu the electricity. Rut higher yet shall greenbacks go, And faster yet the throng* shall tlow, And deeper yet shall be tbe woe Of swindled, duped depositors, "Pis done! tad greenbacks ninety two, The broken brokers all look blue; And furious i iould and pious Drew, Like Modocs, howl Incessantly, Tbe tumult deepens! On, ye brave Depositors, If ye would save Your grenbaeks front the tidal wave, And draw them forth Immedi...

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. — 26 October 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published every morning except Monday, THE HERALD I'HIVI INU COMPANY, OFFICE Herald Meant Book and Jon I'riiitiiiK House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express «ln sk months " " i; Three months 11 •< • :i Vjjyered by carriers, per week 2a cents Advertisements inserted nt liberal rates. LETTER FROM SOLEDAD. PHIZANO, Los Angeles County, 1 October, 17th, 1878. / Editok Herald:—Phlxano In v new name for "Soledad." There being two places already in the Stute l>y the latter name, it became necessary to seek a new one for this. It owes its paternity to Bride Grimes, of Ven tura, and is located in "Soledad Pass" 12 miles from its commencement at the Desert, and 9 miles from its ter mination at Lang's. Where I'hizmio Is. It is in Los Angeles county >>~ miles from Los Angeles by wagon roail, and 05 from Ventura. This "Pass" forms the easiest route of communication between the Desert and the coast. All the CetTO Gordo teams now p...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 October 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SUNDAY OCTOBER 20, 1873. Trial by Jury. The question of the advisability of trial by Jury has long occupied the at tention of eminent jurists. It is a fact beyond contradiction that trials by jury have more often defeated tho ends of justice than they have aided them, Especially in the United States is this the case, and more particularly in Cal ifornia. Disguise it as best it may be, juries are influenced, "seen" and bought every day. It is not a pleas ant picture, yet a true one. Many a man on his oath, which he would scorn in other matters to diregard, holds himself up to public derision on ac count of the verdicts he acquiesces in. Laura Fairs are acquitted; Stokes is dragging slowly but surely toward liberation; the law becomes a farce, and the most solemn words of a con scientious Judge a mockery in their practical effect. Good men are chal lenged and bad men allowed to decide. Money is openly spoken of as a bar to ju...

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. — 26 October 1873

CITY A-IND HITLITJItIJH. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. R. M, Wi.in , District Judge 17th Judicial DUtrlet., composed of Loh Angeles count}'. Court meet* In Kehnuin, May, August nnd November. Ignacto Si'pulvc.la, Count? Judge. court OommtHNloner, J. O. Howard, stat,. Senator, It. hi WlUon. Members of Assembly, Thus, D. Mott and Ash Kllis. sheriff. Win. it. Rowland; i'oder Sheriff, Albert I. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, I. M. it ddwln, County Clerk, \. W. Pott»; Deputies, <'. W. Qould and s. 11. Mott, District Attorney, C. E. Thorn; Assistant, K. M. Rom. County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rownn, Superintendent oi Public Hel In, William MeKadden. Public Administrator, Ueorge i 'arson. Count)' Surveyor, K. LecoUVrcur, County Assessor, 11. Ilotilier. « 'oroner, Joseph Kurtz. ('i unity Hoard of supei visors -Chairman, 11, Korsman; a. ]~ Bush, k. Palomarett, s. R. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, .1. Tt. Tobcrman. Marshal, .1. U. Wolfe, Treasurer, George l!. Butler. Attorney, A. W. Ilulton. Cleik, M. Krem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald For the Herald. SUTTER'S FORT. Whut dazzling dreams and memories found thee cling! What glories o'er thy walls Of crumbling clay! Dim, fading landmark—deathleu theme of song! Soon shall thy ennobling bastions pass away! Thy diioin Is written. Rata and decay Have stamped the* with their melancholy sign; I see thee still, as on that autumn day. We came like pilgrims to thy holy shrine, O, aacred relic of the days of " forty-Nine." 1 look upon thy wasted, ruined walls; I look fur back upon the faded years; And thy deep, mournful spirit to me calls, Like some sad mourner through her blind ing tears. The buried post, with all Us hopes nnd fenrs, Rises all spectre,! on my soul's dim sight, Dike the vague, beck'ning phantom thai appears, In the dim watches ofthe lonely night, When disembodied, weary souls take Bight, How changed is all! What magic wand hath swept Across the scene? How changed sweet Xa ture's face! Time, with her slimy track, o'er all hath crept; The grea...

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. — 28 October 1873

VOLUME I. $0$ mode* Iwall la Published every morning except Monday, TIIK HF.lt AI I» PIIIMIVI. CO.ni* A NY. OFFICE-Herald Men 111 Hook nml Job I'rintlug House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mnll or express <flo Six months " " C Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week. 2."> cents Ait' ertlscrnents Inserted at liberal rates. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASON I,'. Lo« Angeles Lodge No. 42—Meets lirst Mon day in themontn, nt 7:; in p. m. Royal Arch Chapter, F. A. M„ No. 38- Second Monday In each month, nt 7:.'lv P. M. Pentalpha Lodge No. 402—Third Monday In each month, at TWO P. M. the Council—Fourth Monday In each month, Ht7::W P. M. Council No. 11, R,\ AS,*. M.\—Ooeur de Leon Com'dery No, 11, K.\ T.'.—Slated conclaves third Thursday in each month, I'M P. M. ODD-FKLLOWS, Angnllto Lodge No. IBS—Mondays al 7ißo P. M Los Angeles Lodge, No. 83 ■ Wednesdays, nt 7Mil P. M. Golden Rule Lodge No. 160—Fridays,7:91 P.M South star Degree Lodge- first'...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 October 1873

3EOO Stngetfi Xer*M. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. TUESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1873. The Weekly Herald. Al last the WKftttLY HERALD is I'unli-iiril. N<> one who has not gone through; tiic experience knows the vexation anil anxiety IndttetM upon establishing a new paper, and espe cially on.' uf die magnitude of the HTerald. We hit satisfied with the result. Certainly, the paper i* nol all w could wish. It will take year* of work and planning to bring that. Jla i il is a credit to our city, and a paper of which no inhabitant of I.os Angeles need feel ashamed. Vow, ii is necessary lor (lie people of Los Angeles tO do their duty. We have done ours as tar as in our power lay. Sow Los Angeles must do its duly. Tin Herald should be in every county east of the Mississippi, and the people of Los Angeles should put it there. if erey one Interested in Southern California should put one copy of the Herald into eastern hands for one year, then such an immigration of c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 October 1873

CITY A-ND ST BIJHHS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. R, M. Wldne>', District jVdge 171* Judicial District, composed of l/w Angeles county. Court meet*: In February, May, August and November. Ignncln Sepulvedn. County Judge. Court Commissioner. T. (:. Howard. state Hen itor, R. I>. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Thos. d. Moll end Asa Kills. , Sheriff, Wm. ll* Rowland: Cnder sheriff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. Count) Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, c. W. Uould and h. h. Mott. District Attorney, c. K. Thorn: Assists ut, R. M. Koss. county Trendurer, Thome E. Rowan. Superintendent of Publlr Schools, William MeKadden. Public Administrator, George ( 'arson. County Surveyor, K. I,< eoinreur. County Assessor, l>. Hot I Her. i 'oroner, Joseph Kurtz. County Hoard of Supervisors Chairman, 11. Korsman; A. L Bush, I. Pubimnres, s. B. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J. It. Tobei niali. Marshal, J. ft, Wolfe. Treasurer, Oeorge n. Butlet*. Attorney, A. W. Huttou, clerk, M. Kre...

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

Los Angeles Herald WOMAN'S RIGHTS. It»*pfrl/iillit ilnlicnted /« th* reetnl \%'nnwn Suf fiiine rv.»i/f,»/.'»<«. If I had » wife. Who took port in this strilf. fit jot her a llttlr hahy; And I'd "wallop" lirr good Met your life that I would And then she'd be qntet—maybe. In ple.e.) of these rant* In their has baa da* old naata, They'd belter be taking stitches: Or milking tlie cow, Than raising a row, And trying 'o "wear the breeches." Willi their voices loud, They soon gather a ennui, And they never lacK tor speakers; Front v hymn to a ion net, You can »>et they ure "on It" These female suffrage shriekers. If my wite, In a pout, Should go ruffling about, Like an old hen, squalling and clucking, That wanted to s^t, I would take her. you 1.c.. And give her a first-class chicking. And If that wouldn't do, I would see the thing through: If she wunted to set, I would let her! I would feather her legs, Oet a bushel of eggs, And, by the F.ternal! I'd set her! And there she should sti...

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. — 29 October 1873

VOLUME T. ;s Published every morning except Monday, , itsitf' hv cur ii Kit %f o i>Ki.vriN'«j (oniuvv. OFFICE Herald Btewin n..,0, nnd Jolt erliitlnx House, spring street, opposite the 'ourt House, TERMS! Per annum, by mail or e*press %u\ six months '• tl l'hree months '• " • a Delivered h> carriers; per'week, 2.i cents Adcertlseineiits InsVited al liheral rates. I MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC . I.o; Angeles Lodge No. 12 -Meets lirst Mon day In themonth, at 7:30 I. M. lioVul'Areh Chapter, F. A. M„ No. S3—Second Monday in each month, al 7:10 P. M. I'enlalpha Lodge No; 2ti2 - Third Monday in each month, at 7:an P, M. 11l Council Fourth Monday in each month, at 7:3(1 P. M. 'ottncll No. 11, IL*. A (».•, M.\ t'eettr de Leion Coin'deiy No. B. X. 1 . T.V Stated conclaves third Thursday in each mouth, 7:30 I. M. fIUTSf'EI.LpWS, Angellto Lodge No. IttfV Mondays at 7:30 P. M I. is Angeles Lodge, No. .'!■"> Wednesdays, at Tap p. m. Uoklen IWIe Lodge No. hUI Frlihivs, 7::»l I.M South...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 October 1873

Coo Auflrlrs iUtald. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. Ms«HHHBaB«BanBM WEDNESDAY-OCTOBER 29, 1873. Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. Los Angeles has a hundred dollars of capital where Santa Barbara has a hundred cents. She has contiguous territory sufficient for a small State, coursed by three rivers, with soil ca pable of the highest and most perfect productions, such as orange, lime, lemon, walnut aud almond; while Santa Barbara has much less territory at her back, without a river traversing it. Though her soil is of good quality, it is not capable of the highest class products, except the walnut and al mond. Admit them equal in climate, iv natural wealth, resources and capa bilities, Santa Barbara is miniature to Los Angeles. To those who are fond of the sea-coast Santa Barbara has advantages in climate and scenery superior to ours. To those who desire a little more sunlight, who desire to be a little removed from the ocean-fog and wind, and who delight in ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 October 1873

Sok Scull , Ais r> &tJBl7]3Dg. DIRECTORY Of* OFFICERS. It. M. Widney, District Judge 17th Judlelnl District, composed <>f Lou Angeles county. Court..m-.U* lv February, May, August un<l November. . * Iguaclo Sepal \Odu, County Judge. (ourc Commissioner, J. 0. Howard. Stat.' Senator. B I>. Wilson. Members of Assembly. Thos. D. Mott and Asa Kills. Sheriff, Wm. 11. Uo.wland; I'uder Sheriff, Albert It. Jobndon; Peputv Sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. County Clerk, A. W. Potts: Deputies. C. W. •'•onld and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, C. K. Tbom; Assistant, R. M. Ross. County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan. Superintendent of Public Schools. WIMIam McFadden. Public Administrator, George (.'anion. County Surveyor, K. I.ecouvreur. County Assessor, 1). H..tiller. Cnmuer. Joseph Kurtz. County Board of supervrsois-Chairman, H. FoYsman; A. 1.. Bush, K. Ptiiomares, S. B. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, j. it. Tobermun. Marshal, J. R. Wolfe. Treasurer, George R. Butler. Attorney, A. W. Hutt...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald THE OLD ALBUM. r nder Ila Is title, the San FraacUoQ News Lett** hat the foilowingoriginul and beautiful naatai I've drawn Ihee from thy hiding place. Kellc 01' b\gone Uuyii, Again lliy glided leaves to trace, . Thy well-known garb to praise; To brin* thee to the glaring light From out thy silent nook: ruin ', tell old tales of moments brlgat, Thott loag neglected book 1 How first the faded lines 1 tract, Penned by a gentle hand, They bring to BM tbe fulrcut in. a That graced a youthful bund; Sweet playmate of my curlier years, Companion of the past. Thou bust forgot thy Hie of tram In happier realms at lust. What fairy Augers held the pen ii>.it traced this dainty pusc? It ben's tbe date of otber years, Aud seems quite pate with age: Ah! I remember nic of one Jtistjheii bccoioeabrlde; she smiles a careful matron now. With prattlers at her side. Minn mak'sl me sad, t ~ou glided toy! And as I gaze on thee, 1 think how time and change have thrown Their shadows ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1873

VOLUME I. la Published every morning except Monday, by Tin: iif.iiai.ii I'KIYIIMj COMPANY, OFFICE Hernial steam Iteolt and Jess FriiitiiiK House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS) I'er annum, by mall or express fill Six months " •• ii Three months " " • :| Delivered by carriers, per week, 2"> cents Advertisement*. Inserted at liberal rates. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. .MASONIC. I.os Angeles Lodge No. 42—Meets Ural Mon day in thenionth, nl 7i80,P, M. Royal Arch Chapter, F. A. M„ No.3ft—Second Monday in each month, at 7:811 p. m. I'entalpha Lodge No. 211. -Third Monday in each month, at Ton P, M. Hie Council—Fourth Monday in each month, at 7::l(l P. M. Co incll No. 11, R.\ A S.\ M.%—OflWir de Leon Com'dery No. B. K.\ T.\— stated conclaves third Thursday in each month, 7::iu c M, , ODO-FKI.I.OWS. Arlgettto Lodge No. Im—Mondays at 7:iirt P. M Los Angeles Lodge, No. 85—Wednesdays, at 71*1 P. M. (ioiden Itule Lodge No. 100 -Fridays,7:3o I.M South star Degree Lodge— Flrsl' ami ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. THURSDAY OCTOBER 80, 1873. Chamber of Commerce. At a meeting of October 21, 1K7.*1. it was moved that the subject of collect ing and telegraphing news, be referred to the Committee on Newspaper and Telegraph, and that said Committee report what steps are to be taken to procure the credit to be given to Los Angeles for freight and passengers, and that they report what arrange ments can be made to employ some parties to fully und properly attend to that matter. Under the foregoing the Committee sent to each newspaper, the Hf.rai,i>, Star, ami Urjm'sy, the following com munication. Los ANGELES, CAL., Oct. 28, 187.3. Please state upon what terms you will agree to perform the following serv ices, viz: Publish daily in your paper, First, A complete shipping intelligence, giv ing the names of all steamers and ves sels arriving at and departing from the port of San Pedro. Second, Character and quality of their cargoes. Third, Am...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1873

CJITY ATVI> HtJBTJItHH. ■db Every style of Painting and (Hazing done in the highest style of art,nnd ut raason ■hie rates, by c. Raphael * Co, gar All men ought to know that all kinds of gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat ness ami dispatch by a regular bailor. The making and trimming of Woolen Mill ploth Isaspeclalt) at D. w. Fit spat rick's, corner of Court anil Spring streets. ••' MT J, Colin keeps line Havana and pomes' tie Cigars. No. (Jl Main street, Downey,* block, Thompson jt fjerson's saloon. »*" Los Aug ties county, wherever known, Is acknowledged to be an earthly paradise. Here we haveperpetual summer, Fruits ripen, and flowers bloom the year round. liv! chief among its many advantage is ( heap living. McDonald's Restaurant.on Uoiumercful street, is the best. One trial of tin' nice Coffee, Tea, Tenderloin steak. Fresh Kggs and Hunch But ter, proves that It is the host place lv town, single meals, 'Mi cents. The melancholy days havecotne, The saddest of the year...

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

Los Angeles Herald BEFORE THE GATE. They gave the whole lotigday to Idle laughter, To fitful song and jest; To moods of soberness as Idle, after, And silences as idle as the rest. But when at last upon their wny returning, Taciturn; late and loth, Through the broad meadow In the sunset burning, They reached the gate, one fine spell hin dered both. Her heart was troubled with a subtile anguish Such us but women know That wall, nml lest love speak or speak not, languish, And what they would, would rather they would not so; Till he said - manlike, nothing comprehend ing Of all Die wondrous guile That women won. wm themselves with, and bending Eyes of relentless asking on her the while, "Ah, If beyond this gate the path united our steps us fajr as death, And I might open It! -His voice, affrighted At Its own during, faltered 'ueulli his breath. Then she whom both his iallh and fear en chanted Far beyond words to tell, Feeling her woman's finest wit had wanted The art he had that knew to...

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

VOLUME I. Is Published every morning except Monday,' by THE 111 It \ I It CHIMING COMPANY. OFFICE -Herald Memo Hook nml Jolt Printing; liou«e. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMSi Per nunum, by mull or express *lo six months «• i; Three months " " •, ;i Delivered by carriers, per week, 2'i cents Ad'-ertlsenieiils inserted al liberal rales. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC. I.os Angeles und le No. 42—Meets first Mon day In tlii-iik.nth. at T:KI P. M. Royal Arch Chapter, P. a. m„ No. ft*—Second Monday In each month, at 7:'Ki P. M. Penlalpha Lodge No. 202—Third Monday In each month, at TIHO P. M. fhe Council—Fourth Monday in each month, at TIHO P. M. Council No. 11, It.-, m s.\ M.\—Comr de Leon (Jpra'dery No. fl. k.-. t.-. stated conclaves third Thursday In each month, 7:10 P. M. olii,-|.|.i.i.ows. AllgclltO Lodge No. lII.V--MoudavN at 7:.'! l) P. M Lis Angeles Lodge, No. ftf»— Wednesdays, at 7: !0 P. M. Golden Itule Lodge No. 160— Fridnya, 7:90 P.M south star Degree Lodge- Fl...

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