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

MERCHANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAILORMAIN nr., near wki.ljH.fargoa <<> Makes tho most fashionable style Of O JL O T H lIV O to be obtained in the southern country. Also a large stock of tho Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres. Velvet und Silk vestings, etc. A fit guaranteed. Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city for whom he has made clothing. No necessity to send to Han Francisco for good fitting suits. oc2tf-tp ADAM * NELSON, Merchant Tailors, HAVING ESTABLISHED THEMselves at the old stand of L. Peter, opposite the Post-OStee, SPRING STREET, are prepared to fill AIX ORDERS in tho Latest A, Most Fashionable Styles. A fine assortment of Cassimeres, Vestings, And everything In the line always on hand. sW A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED IN ALT, CASES. Give us a Call. oca-lmlp I. HAUCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. 6 COMMERCIAL STREET. All the LATEST STYLES received by every steamer, and made up in the latest styles and moat suitabl...

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THE WEEKLY "HERALD" [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

THE WEEKLY "HERALD" Will be published this afternoon. It will contain 30 columns of reading matter, well selected. It has letters from Los Nietos, Wilmington, Soledad and other places of interest. It has the latest telegrams, an.l very full local intelligence.

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The Sausal Redondo Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

The Sausal Redondo Decision. Our dispatches this morning announce a final decision by the Secretary of the Interior, of the very important land case involving the title to about 25,000 acres of land adjoining this city. The decision gives the settlers and those persons who were associated with General Rosecrans in the location of school lands, the lands in controversy. The importance of this decision will be better understood by a brief review of the history of the contest of the past five years. The Rancho Sausal Redondo y Guaspita was granted to Antonio Ygnucio Abila by the Mexican Government about 1840. In 1858 the grant to Abila having been confirmed by the United States, the Rancho was surveyed by Major Henry Hancock, Deputy United States Surveyor General. This survey was generally recognized until March, 1868. From 1858 to 1808 the land between Sausal Redondo and the Rancho Tajauta was taken up by settlers, claiming the land under the preemption and homestead laws of the Unite...

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Other Failures. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

Other Failures. Verily, moneyed men stand on slippery places. No name is secure. Hoy t, Sprague & Co., of Providence, than whom no business firm stood higher, have failed and entailed endless suffering in Rhode Island and its factories. Sprague of this firm was reputed to be the wealthiest man in Rhode Island, and one of the wealthiest in New England. Ten millions of dollars was said to number his coin. The financial storm seems to have spread wider than supposed at first. From the stock room it has gradually extended itself to the solid industry of the country. Mill after mill is gradually succumbing; factory after factory is hauling In sail in order to weather the storm. Currency is daily becoming scarcer, and consequently the market for manufactured goods is less. This factory now discharges 500 operators; that reduces its days to three or four of the seven. Others stop entirely; the end no man knows. Absolute want — starvation will stand in many homes in the east thi...

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Credit for our Freight and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

Credit for our Freight and Passengers. The letter aud resolutions concerning freights and passengers, sent by the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce, have produced some effect, though not all that has been desired. The Chronicle in reply says: We are in receipt of a communication from the Secretary of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, complaining that the published manifests of freight and lists of passengers from the southern coast counties do not give Los Angeles its proper credit. The Los Angeles people must see that the omission complained of is not the fault of the papers, but of the pursers of the steamers. If they will furnish the manifests in the way suggested we shall be glad to print them. This is at variance with a letter from the steamship company, read at the last meeting, which asserted that the pursers of their steamers, in the manifests, credited each town with its exports. The Chronicle, though, promised to remedy the wrong in the future, which is something gai...

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Late Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

Late Telegrams. BKCtiVBITELT TO THE HERALD. NEW YORK. New.York, October ol.—J. T. & W. H. Daley, 49 New street, In the Southern shipping trade are among the latest failures announced. A Washington special says Secretary Richardson will soon give plnce to Governor Morgan, or some one else if he tl not eligible. The change, It is stated, will be agreeable both to the President and present Secretary. Mrs. Anna E. Park,of Brooklyn, who from the moment of Lucette Meyer** arrest, on the charge of complicity in the Goodrich murder, Interested herself in her behalf, anil took her to her own house after her discharge, has made public Lucette's confession, of which the following is a summary: " Liticette was followed home, onStanton street, New York, by Goodrich, and he frequently visited her afterward. Roscoe and Reach also visited Lucette. Kate Stodard called several times on Lucette to learn whether Goodrich visited her and manifested jealousy. Roscoe was also jealous and threa...

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PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS. EX« LVSIVKI.Y to the herald. SAN FRANCISCO. Convlctc.l ot Miiii-.li«ußii«er Nont t» Amjlii in Arretted Mock* Kir. San Francisco, Oct. 8L Mary Sanchez, the white woman who stabbed and lulled her negro paramour, Henry Sanchez, about one year ago, and who was convicted of manslaughter, was Hum afternoon sentenced to the State Prison for two years. Twenty-nine persona were sent to the insane Asylum during the present mouth. The report that President Bradbury is coming to this city has revived the rumor of a possible transfer of the main office of the Pacific Mail Company to this place. John Hays, alias Shorty Hays, the man arrested for participation in the robbery of the Redding stage, will lutaken to Shasta to-morrow. Storks. Following ure tiie tninsni'tlons nttlio Morning Board i Ophir 05 Overman OH Gould A Curry I.I 7 ; Justice Hi B. A B 10 Caledonia Igki Savage sti Julia 3!„ Cholfar 45*2 Knickerbocker 3 Hale A Norcross T< 1 . ± Silver Hill 10 Crow...

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

That '-Put Up Job." Ed. Herald.—A morning's paper intimates that the award of contract for printing the Constitution and ByLaws for tiie Chamber or* Commerce, was a "put up job." Does this journal imagine thut the (/utility of work is not taken into consideration when contracts are awarded? Can he see no difference between the "ancient and fish-like" styles and the muchworn materials of the other papers, anil the new, fresh ami brilliant, type* and meehunism of the Herald. In all deference to the Mirror office, whose proprietors are first-class work men and princes among gentlemen. I believe there was no Intention in tlie Board to underrate or slight them, and that the work was given to the Hekald only because the Mirror bad not the particular style of type desired for this work. Ex TYPO. NEW TO-DAY. R. E. JACKSON, ( 10NTRACT0R AND BUILDER, vv Main itreet, a few doom below first. Los Angeles, Contracts lor buildings, and all work executed In a satisfactory manner, n. .It t FOR SALE....

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

NEW TO-DAY. S. LAZARD & CO.'S GRAND oPis iS i <S -OFFALL & WINTER GOODS -ONMonday, Nov. 3, I 873, COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OF Dry Goods, Fancy Goods* Clothing, COMNSftM IN HART OK SO Pleoes all Wool Striped Poplins, At 50 Cents nor Yard; 25 Pieces Scotch Plaids, At 3(1 Cents per Yurd; 60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, At tt% Cents per Yard; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At &2\ Cents per Yard; 10 Pieces Striped Black do, At |fA£ Cents per Yurd. — ALSO— 100 Pleoes Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, in different qualtthw; 28 Pieces all Wool Serge, Water Proof, Redlngote Cloth, Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc. ■ ALSO. n|| LINK* OK Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarritz Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. —a LaoThe Creates! Novelty ef the Reason, Imported expressly for this market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, Ktc, Etc., TCtc,. AT $4 OO EACH! ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN CARPETS OF THK — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings of rated and phot—at hues. The Carpet Warehouse HAS REMOVED -ONMonday, October 6th, 1873, —TO THFti m m i p «s w Lately oceupted by J. H. Wkiuht t Co. This magnificent store hus boon entirely A FULL LINK OF THK RICHEST .FURNITURE COVERIN6S UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. China Mattings, Coir Mattings, Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES —AND— LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. 0«)-li4.„

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FOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

FOCAL BREVITIES. The spirit of the morning contemporary is disturbed. It wails ami will not be comforted. The Anna Bishop Concert Troupe have arrived at San Francisco from San Diego and gone to Santa Cruz. P. Amestoy has sheared about 9,000 sheep this year, amounting to 3S,ob'4 lbs. of wool, averaging a little over four lbs. per fleece. Los Angeles is the banner county for patrons of Husbandry, having 14 Granges. Sonoma county basil and Colusa 10. Wiley & Berry report a sale of fifty acres of suburban property, and an active demand for unimproved laud hi the vicinity of the city. There will be a meeting of the C» rand Templars this evening at their Hall, for installation of officers and the transaction of other important business. For Miss Carrie Leigh's benefit this evening the Lady of Lyons and Nursey Chickweed are underlined. It is to be hoped that there will not even be standing room after eight o'clock. The young lady is deservedly a great favorite. Pablo Beyes, Ped...

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OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. Hell man, Haas & Co. have been established .since 1871 in this city. They do business as commission merchants and dealers in groceries, provisions, liquors, cigars, tobacco, hard* ware, paints, oils, doors, sashes, blinds and farming implements. Their stores front on New Commercial and Los Angeles streets, nnd measure about 132 feet in length by SO feet in breadth. The basement is still larger than the first tloor, and extends twenty feet under the road sidewalk. Down stairs are stored on all sides syrups, lhpiors, nails, bacon, hum, butter, ploughs and bacon ; also, varnishes, oils, white leads, etc., in bulk. Pasting round amongst the rows of casks and barrels we come to the wholesale stock of preserved fish, salmon, mackerel, &c, and piles of every description of case goods. Everything appertaining to the grocery and provision business is stored here. There is connection with the first floor by a large elevator, which serves for the tr...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I*orf of Han Pedro. Sailed. Oct. :tt Park Oakland, Stevens, for Port Madison; in ballast. Eight Mile House. MRS. DONALDSON, OF THF. Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, announces lhat she will receive a few gentlemen lo board. No pains will be spared to add to their comforts, witli facilities for going and coming from the city. oc:il-tf JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE IT. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST. The purest WINES, Ihe choicest CIGARS, nnd the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of Sun Francisco. tttf'Teinple Rlock, next to Wells, Fargo A Company's office. oc2-linls Caroline C. Burton, LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN all styles. KILYIDS, CURLS AND WATERFALLS, made at the shortest notice. TANGLED HAIR STRAIGHTENED AND MADE !NTO ANY SHAPE. Bur Perfumes of the finest quality on hand and for sale. NO. it SPRING STREET, Log Angeles, California. oe2-tf

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

FOR SALE-TO LET. FOR^ALE. EL RANCHO DE LOS FELIZ. The property of LEON Baldwin, containing about 450 acres of irrigable land, 2500 acres of grazing land, and I 200 acres of hill land, i% MILKS FROM THE CITY. There are two large and well furnished houses, fitted up with all modern Improvements, on the ranch; one of which stands in ihe centernf a large and beautiful garden, approached by a private road. The river flows at the foot of the metuiows adjacent to the house.and game of every kind Is abundant all over the ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick, and has accommodations for ..he milk of 150 cows,and Ihe corrals, stables, out-buildings, etc., are all lv perfect order. There are six miles of good post and plank fencing on the properly, and the situation is one of the loveI lest In Southern California. TERMS—One-third cash, one-third In six months, and the balance at one, two or three years, bearing interest nt one per cent, per mouth, ut the option of Ihe purchaser. oft. The title to...

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

I LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873, trulns will run as follows, leuving WILMINGTON-7:46 A. M. and 1 P. M. LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 11. M. Except on duys of steamers' arrival and departure, when trains will run In conned with steamer. Passengers for Son Francisco and Sun Diego will leave Los Angeles by the lo A. M. (ruin, connecting at Wilmington with tin' Company's steamer. . i(c First-class passenger cars will run regularly. No Charge for Storage to Merchants in the Country. JOHN MILNEK, Agent at Los Angeles. oc2tl E. E. HEWITT, Mnpl. ACENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEING APPoFnTED AGENT OF the above Mail Steamship Companies forthe Southern Coast, I am Prepared Io furnish THROUGH PASS AGE TICKETS by any of those lines of steamer.-, To and from Europe, to New York and San Francisco at the lowest rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS to all purts of Germany, Switaerlaud, AiiHtrin. rrume England. Snellen...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

WANTS. [Wants published at the rate of cents per line lor each Insertion, or lo cents per line for three Insertions. No advertisement under this head taken for less thuil 25 cents,J "lIT A NTED A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, 15 TT to 18 years old, tor a hotel Apply at this office. 0e.10.3t WANTED- A SITUATION AS LADIESNURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of Sprtngtand Fourth streets. oc27 , 'st_ WANTED— A YOUNG MAN OF good business ability, who cun give tirst-clnss reference, wants employment In or near the ell v. Apply to Postmaster Bent. <x'2S :it WANTED— FIVE WOMEN TO sew carpets. At tlu£Curpe: Warehouse —75 Main street, Downey Block. oc2llf WANTED— $10,000 TO LOAN ON notes, In sums of $100 to £500. Apply to oc22tf B. H. SLAUGHT. WANTED— A RENTER FOR 240 acres of land, Possession given Immediately. Apply to S. H. SI.ACGHT. WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN on good security ut 1 to 2 percent, per modth. Apply to H. 11. SLAUGHT. WANTED— A SITUATION RY A middle BJfed man, to take care of an orcha...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

REAL ESTATE. S. H. SLAUGHT. HEAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHAN6E AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL Efltnte In all sections or the t'ulon. Has large tracts tor sole in Southern CalUbrnia. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes, (Stock ltiiiiftea, Hheep I{hh««'h, Vineyard, Orchards), City Homes, Of all kinds unit nt all prices. Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES. SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. A PERPETUAL FAIR, where the best products of thecountry Will be freely put on exhibition, to which all persons ure not only invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see what we can raise here, nnd thus encourage them to unite their capital and energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate in tbe world. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature, and sec If we cannot astonish the world. Also,...

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Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 1 November 1873

Irrigation. How Can we Procure a Mufticienf Amount of Water Ibr Irrigating PnrpoaenT There is, porhnps, DOport ion of the universe more susceptible of improvement thun the great valley of Los Angeles county, hut the qaaitlon arises, how can a sufficient amount of water be procured for the purpose and not he subject to the control of speculator aud monopolists, but bo tin- public property and be coiitroled by the people or by commissioners elected for the distribution thereof, and with only a slight tax to defray the expense of distribution, and of keeping ditches in repair? It seems that a sufficient amount of water falls during the rainy season, if properly saved in reservoirs, to irrigate every foot of land in the State of California. There are many places along the foot hills, that with comparat I ye little labor would retain a vast amount of water, which, if properly used during the summer months, would make our dusty plain at once a garden of fruits and flowers. There are also ...

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