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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
NEW TO-DAY. WANTED—A MIDDLE AGED lady wishes a situation in the country as housekeeper. The entire charge desired. Address Herald office. no3-3t Special Notice. THE MEMBERS OF THE HEbrew Benevolent Society are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of the Society THIS (Sunday) EVENING, November 2, at 7 o'clock, at the synagogue building. Byorder of the President. no2-1t L. LOCLE, Secretary. R. E. JACKSON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Main street, a few doors below First. Los Angeles, Contracts for buildings, and all work executed In a satisfactory manner, no1-tf H. SCHNELLE'S BARBER SHOP, NEXT TO GATES &amp; NOYES' AND under tbe " Express" office, TEMPLE BLOCK. As Prof. Green has the best available assistants to be procured in the State, Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing Will "be performed in tne best style of the ton* sotial art. noJ-lm IF \TOtt WANT YOUR HOUSE OR 1 Wngon painted to suit the times, call on THOMAS BILLEY,on FIRST STREET. Also GRAINING ANDMARBLEINGdone on...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
New to-day. S. LAZARD &amp; CO.'S GRAND OPENING -OFFALL &amp; WINTER GOODS -ONMonday, Nov. 3, 1873, COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OE Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, CONSISTING IN PART OF 50 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins, At 50 Cents per Yard; 25 Pieces Scotoh Plaids, At 50Cents per Yard; 60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine, At gs£ Cents par Yurd; 20 Pieces Striped Colored do, At %t% Cunts per Yurd; 10 Pieces Striped Black do, At tiiP-i Cents per Yard. —also— 100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Empress Cloth, in different qualities; 28 Pieces all Wool Sorgo, Water Proof, Redlngote Cloth, Oraps d'Ete, Etc. k Etc. ALSO. Ft'l.l. LINES OK Black Alpacas, Black Empress Cloth, Black Foulards, Black Biarriti Cloth, Black French Merino, Black Wool Delaine, Black Bombazine, Black Cashmeres. -ALBOTho &lt; reatest Novelty of the Season, Imported exurewsly lor this market, 100 Assorted New Styles TALMAS, SACQUES, lßte«i ictc., Btc,. AT $4 00 EACH! —ALSO— 200 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
QAHPIT WArHMOUtIOOLUMW CAiuPETS OF THK — Richest and Newest Patterns! OIL CLOTHS IN EVERY STYLE. Paper Hangings OI varied an I choicest hues. The Carpet Warehouse HAH REMOVED -DN- ■ Monday, October 6th, 1873, -TO THE— PREMISES ■ Lately occupied by J. H. Wkiuut &lt;k Co. Thin magnificent store hus been entirely RENOVATED ( j A PULL LINE OK THE RICHEST .FURNITURE COVERINGS UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ■ ' .1 China Mattings, Coir Mattings. Rugs and Mats. (New Styles,) COADELINE VALENCES —AND— LAMBERKINS! Plain and Striped Reps AARON SMITH, CARPET WAREHOUSE. &lt;se nut.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
LOCAL BREVITIES. The daily arrivals nml departure! by both lines of stages will be found in the Herald. Twenty-three of the pupils of tho Public Schools are to compote for the writing premium at the District Fair. The members of the Hebrew Benevolent Society will bold 8 meeting this evening, in too synagogue, at 7 H. Al. The Lafayette new building was lit up for the flint time last night. Mr. Flulir hopes to have everything completed within a week. Gates &amp; Noyes ha 4 quite a lively auction yesterday. They disposed of live head of horses, several saddles and bridles, a lot of furniture, and some articles of minor importance. Two of the trustees, Workman and Smith, were visiting the schools of their districts Saturday. This is so rare an event on the part of trustees, that it has been thought worth chronicling. H. Newmark &amp; Co., will despatch I, 17: i dry hides from this city to New York, via Panama, per steamer Nevada, leaving Han Francisco Nov. 10th. This is ...
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES. Dry v«« Is an I &lt; lutliina; House. Tho firm of 1.. Laznrd &amp; Co., is one of the pioneer American firms of Los Angeles. This house commenced here about 1861, on a small scale, down in Bell's Row, near the present sito of Kalisher's store. The building they now OCOUpy was erected in 1860, and consists of one large store 100x87 feet, and six storerooms at the back of the main building. On the plan of most large houses, the book-keepers aud cashiers have offices In the centre of the building. The firm carries the largest stock of dry goods in town and luls always been one of the principal wool dealers. It Imports from England, Paris, New York and San Francisco, making, however, all California woolen goods a special feature. La/.ard &amp; Co. sell every month immense quantities of goods from the woolen mills of Sacramento, Marysville, San Jose and San Francisco. The mills here, however, do not offer goods to the merchants, preferring to ...
Teachers Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
Teachers Institute. The Teachers' Institute will convene in the New High School building, on Monday morning, Nov. 3d. It is probable that but little more than organization will be effected in the forenoon, but we are informed that the afternoon exercises will consist of an address by the County Superintendent of Public Schools, W. M. McFadden, a class exercise in reading, from Kimball's school grammar, presented by normal methods, by F. M. Bighter, classification and grading schools, by J. B. De Boise.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
Eight Mile House. MRS. DONALDSON, OF THK Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, announces thai she will receive a few gentlemen Inboard. No pains will be spared to add to their comforts, with facilities for going and coming from the city. oe.ll-tf JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE U. H. HOTEL, MAIN ST. Tbe purest WINES, tbe choicest CIGARS, and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of Nun Francisco. M'Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A Company's office, oc2-lmls
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
FOR BALE TO LET. FOR SALE. ~~ EL RANCHO DE LOS FELIZ. The property ~r i.KON BALDWIN, containing about 450 acres of Irrigable land, 2500 acres of grating land, and 1200 acres of hill land, i% MILES FROM THE CITY. There ure two large and well furnished bouses, titled up with till modern Improvements,on Ihe ranch; one of which stands in the center of a large and beautiful garden, approached by a private road. The river flows al Ihe foot of the meadows adjacent to the bonse.and game of every kind is abundant ull over tne ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick, ami hus accommodations for .die milk of 150 cows, and the corrals, stables, out-buildings, etc., are all in perfect order. There are six miles of good post and plank fencing on the properly, and the situation is one of the loveiiest in Southern California. TERMS—One-third cash, one-third in six months, and the balance at one, twoorthreo years, bearing interest at one per cent, per mouth, at Ihe option of the purchaser. u?X, Tbe title ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES TsAN PEDRO ON AND AFTER NOV. l] 1873, trains will run as follows, leaving WILMIN(JTON-7:4S A. M. and I P. M. LOS ANGELES-10 A. M. ami 4 P. M. Except on iluys of steamers' arrivaj ami departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego will leave Los Angeles hy the Id A. M. trnln, connecting at Wilmington with the Company's steamer. OiT Flrst-clnsM passenger cars will run regularly. No Charge ft&gt;r Storage to Merchants in the Country. JOHN MILNEE, Agent at Los Angeles. oc2tr K. F. HEWITT, supt. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. M'HEDFI.E FUR Ot TOIIMt. 1H7.1. THE HTEAMEUS &amp; Orizaba^£^ for Santa Barbara, Nan Pedro, Annhelm l.andOiK ami Nnu Dleiro. STF.AMUIt OKI/.AHA, CAPT. 11. J. JOHNSON, Leave* Bun\Arrive* Ban] lieavet Sun Arrives San Franeinco, ! Pedro, i i%dVo. Francisco. Nov 1 Nov 3 Nov 0 Nov 8 Nov 181 Nov 16] Nov IS Nov 20 Nov 2olNov 271N0v :«i Dec. 2 STF.AMKIt MOIIOXUO, CAIT. (I. 11. OOUO...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
WANTS. ! Wauls published al Ihe rate offtW cents per line li.reach insertion,or 10cent* per line for three insertions. No advertisement under this bond taken for less than 25cents.J WANTED— A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, 15 lo 18 years old, lor a hotel. Apply at this offlee. ocilV't \I7*ANTEI&gt;— A SITUATION AS LADIES' *T nurse. Inqaireat No. 127, corner of sprlngfund_Fourth streets. oc27*st WANTED— A YOUNG MAN OF good business ability, who can give first-class reference, wants employment In or near the city. Apply to Postmaster Bent. ggggjt WANTED— FIVE WOMEN ~ TO sew carpets. At Ihe'Carpei Warehouse —7.1 Main street, Downey Block. oc24tf WANTED— $10,000 TO LOAN ON notes, in sums of SlOO to $500. Apply to oc22U S. H. SLAUGHT. WANTED— A RENTER FOR 240 acres of land. Possession given immediately. Apply to S. 11. SLAUGHT. WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN on good security at 1 to 2 percent, tier modth. Apply_fo s. il slaught. IirANTED-A SITUATION BY A TT middle-aged man, to take care of an orchard...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
REAL EBTATE. 8. H. SLAUGHT, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL EState In all sections ofthe Union, lias large tracts lor sale In Southern Cullforuiu. Homes for Farmers, Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, Country Homes, Ktook Jlanees, Blleep Hanges, Vineynrd, Orchard*, City Humes, Of nil kinds und ut nil prices j Special attention paid to the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHF.EP AND OTHER STOCK. A PERPETUAL 1 AIR, where the best products of ihe country will be freely put on exhibition, to which all persons are not only invited, but urged to contribute. It will not only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see whut we can raise here, and thus encourago them to unite their capital und energies with ours, to develop the vast resources of our country, add to the charms of the most beautiful climate in the world. Bring Along Your Best Results of honest labor, and curious freaks Of nature, und see if we cannot astonish the world. Also, rep...
NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Oct. 20th, 1873. Editor Hekald -This is indeed a trying period for the business community of this great metropolis. Turn to which side we may, the cry is the same —no business, no money, no collecting of accounts, and as a result hundreds, yea thousands, of men and women are being thrown out of employment each week. A general impression prevails that a reduction in the price of all articles of manufacture, wages, etc., must take place during the present winter;—in fact many believe a return to specie payments will be urged in Congress at its next coming session and in the event of such a change, the value of everything must surely undergo a great shrinkage. At lirst all must feel the loss or damage, but in the end a general good and benefit will result. It is a notorious fact that the lejitirnate expense of every branch of business conducted in this city during the past five years lias been entirely too great a burden, and in many instances more, than the ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
Notice to Creditors. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF the County of Los Angeles, Stute of California.—Estate of John Dorn, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administratrix of said estate, tothe creditors of und ull persons huvingclalms against the suid deceased, to exhibit them with the neceasury vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, at her residence near the Sisters' Hospital, or at tho office of her attorneys, Hubbcl I A Mitchell, in Temple's Block, in tne Cltv and County of Los Angeles. MARY JANE DORN, Administratrix of the Estate of John Dorn, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles, October 30,1873. oc-31-4w
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
MERCHANT TAILORS. J. STRELITZ, MERCHANT TAILORmain ST., near WELLS.FARGO A Co Mitkcs IhO most fashionable style of O Xj &lt; &gt; T H I TV &amp; to be obtained in the southern country. Also v large stock ofthe Newest and best Cloths Doeskins, Beavers, Foncy Cassimeres. Velvet ami silk vesting*,etc. a fit guarnntetd. Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city for whom he has made clothing. No necessity to send to San I rnnclseo for got id ftttl ng suits. oc2tf-4p I. HAUCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. « COMMERCIAL STREET. All the LATEST STYLES received by every •teamer, and made op In the latest styles and most suitable manner, and on the most reasonable terms. Mi,CALL AND EXAMINE these ROOdl, before giving your Orders. ocllmlpl The Riverside Colony ! PERSONS IN - SEARCH OF A HEALTHFUL LOCATION, far from the fogs and dump winds of the const, should not full to visit the COLONY OF RIVERSIDE. The climate of this location U The Hest in the) State Cor Those AtHlot od w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
SC The Race of Time Keepers. HARPER &amp; DALTON v WHOLESALE AKI&gt; KKTAII, DKALRM IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HARPER &amp; DALTOIV KEET THE LARfiEHT STOCK ITV LOS ANGELES OF TIIE MOST VAHIED GOODS. EVERY KIND OF Hoiiwoliold l^uriiitiiro. Kitchen l^urnituro, Imploiuoiits, PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AND NKATLY EXECUTED AT LOW RATES. Ttemember the AddrcHit: hamper &amp;* i)Ai/ro^, NO. SI MAIN STREET, Downey's Block I.OS AN UEI.EK AQEC'Y OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BRODRICK 2b CO. (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANGELES), BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT JOE Oflio«B Nta.tioii€M»y «V: JSoliool Books. Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished at Publishers' Prices. DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC. Agents ior NtcMiiway IMfinos and Burdett OrgpajM. NEW PUBLICATIONS JUBT RECEIVED. E.'.H. WORKMAN. WM, H. WORKMAN. WORKM...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
HOTELS. United States Hote^ I.OS ANOKLKS. fill. The largest and most commodious Hotel south of San Francisco. TH E U N I) ERS I G N E D B E(J leave to i n form tbe traveling public that they have leased thla well-known HOTEL, and from their experience can truly say Hint hkuk permanent niul transient boarders will tlltd a HOME. FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES We have suites of Rooms at moderate prices. The extensive acquaintance we have lorined p&gt;roughoul the State with the ITrnvi'lliiiji &lt; 'omiiiunit y, la asufltclentguarantee that this House will always be their FAVORITE RESORT, and we •nail endeavor to maintain our reputation by keeping THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS for our table, and Ihe CHOICEST WINES axh Liquors ibrourbw 4 We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel. us. Our terms are moderate. Call and see us. -%m HAMMEL ANO DENKER. OpStf FELIX OLIVERY'S J&gt; AST R V A N D CH OP HOUSE, White House Hull.ling. I.os A uncles SI. BV*Keeps constantly the FRESHEST ANI* P...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Herald — 2 November 1873
DOTTER &amp; LORD, NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Furniture Dealers, Have a Better Assortment than Ever! NEW AJHTfr CHOICE OOOI&gt;N CONBTA NT LV A RR] VING. Price* Mtill Further Ho«liioe&lt;l Elegant Parlor Furniture made In order to mitt taste ol purchaser, nt San Fkancihco pkk'km, und more durable work guaranteed. Superb Walnut, 1 ,oun l and Mahogany Bed-room suits ut remarkubly low rates. Also, Common und Medium Furniture, ol' new aud novel designs, nt prices to correspond. No secoud hand Goods handled by this II: in In uny shape. No mtsrupresentutlou allowed. Fine Spring Mattresses H specialty. QrMl variety ol Wall Paper. Window Shades. J,uce and Nottingham Curtains, Coin ices, etc., etc. Music Stands, Piano Stools und Piano (.'overs at le»s than Sun Francisco prices, Elaborate Draperies furnished, of any design, drawings of which may be seen on application. Only House lv the city who have a wagon itseKcIALLY built for the safe und careful moving of Kurniture. Oood...