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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 October 1873

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Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 October 1873

THURSDAY, OCTOBER H, 1878. Man prdinises, but Qod disjnises. The HnuA proposed to furnish its readers with very complete dispatches, even in it« first Issue, but the wires are down, and not one word has come from the nhrth. An Introductory Word. With this number, begins the publi cation of a} newspaper. To accord with custom, a few introductory words are necessary. he purjHises and plans of the are briefly, and we hope fully, statf*d in tlie Prospectus, pub lished in another column. The watch word of tihe Hkkai.u will be Truth; lhe basis lupon which it w ill be pub lished wi|l l»e Facts. It will strive ear nffstiy for the greatest good to the Wreatest number. It believes that a lonian Is S man, he lie rich or poor, of Mgfa of low degree. The 'hief aim will not he consist ency; to-day, it will say what it deems io hg right, and what it thinks will ac- the greatest giaid. But If, 10-ne >rM vw | further developments or matijfpf thought shall prove the fallacy •' ! to-tlay's position...

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. — 2 October 1873

sruiTtiis. 3RY OF OFFICERS. , IHstrtct Judge 171 Judicial >i-ir,i .<• on ;> mm| of 1,,,* Angde* e»aint>\ >i it oi ii. it, February, May, Align*! an.l No',cniii,.r. ... a l >Hf|io ,'nla, Couiil.\ Jlldn\ ' ..ii 'i.vi no .Kiiiln r, .1. li. Howard, s lite '-.-ll ,tor, li. I). Wlr*ou. MeM tiers tit Assembly, Tlio-. P, Mult ami A.st Kill". r hurt ft; Wm. v. Uowinnil; ruder Kherlir, MIHTt l> JohlKlod; HcpillV shciill. I. M. Baldwin. canity Clerk, a. w. ISM*; Oeuutiin, c. W. :.onIU met s. .Mull. oi«irlet Attorney, C. R. Thorn; AssUtiint, K. M It •<>. cwiiiit\ TrHMuirar,Tnoiiiiix K. |towan. Nufierintenth at of Put.lie Mclionls, \\ lllluin M< Padden. I'jllitle Administrator, i ieorge l 'arson. I'liunu Mllrveyor, X l.cc hi\reiir. (' .inn,, IsMesnor, IK Btdlller. i oroin i lusccli Kurt/.. Count.! H i o-.! nCMupen Ikotm Chairman, H. Korxninn: ,\. i tiusii, r. Pnloiiiurcs, s. n. I .i.well. i■i rv oi'i n i:i> Hayof, I It. liernian. Marshal. I. Wolf-. i reaaurcr, i ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 October 1873

^^^/ IRRIGATION. Lecture by Rev. Dr. Patterson. Irrlaatl*.. Im the Kat*t—Practical Su«- Keolltfxs |o lhe Farmer*, ol Ooiithem .alitor., in. LAMKS AMI (iKNTI.KMKN OK liOS Anuelkh :—lt was my privilege, little more than a year ago, to travel over tiie irrigated Ileitis of Egypt; to wan der amidst the luxuriant orange groves of Julia, laden with their golden fruit; to examine the vines in the vale of Eshcol; to see the hulls of Kashan on their native hills and the coursers of Arabia spurning their des ert sands; to drink of the waters of the rivers of Damascus, and to see the oases rise from the sands of the desert. And 1 could uot then have imagined or believed that within a year and a half from that lime I should lie ten thousand miles from those sights and scenes — viewing all this, and more than this, within the carnpaan of one or two days travel around this city of Ijos Angeles. Yet, within that space all, this ami more than this, I have seen. One thing that I miss from among you,...

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. — 3 October 1873

VOLUME I. lU{|ttcs Strati In PuMWhril «ver) mo ntu I • ,xv 'P- Monlsjo TMH in nil.o MifMTlJt*- WMfFAJIYi OfFU'R Herald si.'iiu> B»*h»ii4i J«»» ITliltiiiJi M»»*t| -M"'"". ..iiv.'l, oppo.il.' Hie . ouii ilou-i'. TKIUtH: p.-r an nn 1.1. ll) io ol oii'\|.|i". Iljj Si x month . ;j j'hree month* " " •'• delivered h\ .• ul ie.per week. -• < .-in* Ulecrtl ieii tv Inserted at liberal rail t. IRRICATION. Leo.urn by Roy. Dr. Patter ..on. Irrttwltirii ■<« «•"• • <.•>■—ivnctieui PMm « lliltOi'lilll. jl '..|nlll<li 11. was iI N »1 i:u. I er.msed lhe Santa Ana rlvef last Week, UUd Hi.' 1 I »'tM a-l.»lii-li<«l at ill® wu-deuf walor roiim "li. Al tlie placeoi erri ring the river • |in :i !-»ivi r id .ut HMt yard*, and the ftVpth "I' the water, overall Ull« siiiiae , I* three In four inches, Calculate the evaii.nati.iii from nil till*sulfa.*, an.l voii will Und there la water enough waded tr. ma single mile I i supply lhe whole Hittleuienl of Ri¥t«f*kle tor n Mai. And thr* is not...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 October 1873

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1873. It wot'r.r> almost seem as If the fates were conspiring to try the patience and ability of the Hekai.d, by depriving us of our telegrams. Two and three columns of dispatches will alter the appearance of the Hekai.ii wonder fully; and no oeverer trial was ever vouchsafed to a new journal than the subjecting it to severe criticism on its two first issues, without an item of news from the wires. Notice to Correspondents. The columns of the Hkuai.d are open to correspondents of every shade and phase of opinion, so long as the language of the writers is temperate and free from personalities and abuse. No anonymous communications no ticed. The Financial Panic. Present indications are that the financial storm has done its fury. The shore is strewn with remnants of shat tered financial barks. All storms drive away the noxious vapors and purify the air. The probability is that the law holds good in regard to finan cial disturbances, and that soon the troubled wate...

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

< ITV AND SUHUHBH. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. ft.lt. Widncy, District Judgo 170. Judicial i'l-trlot, coin posed of Loa Angeiex county, i oarl meet* in February. May, August snd - .ember. -naeio Nepitlveda, I 'onuty .fiulg.'. i >urt Commissioner. .1. <i. Howard, state Senator, 11. I). Wilson, leinbers of Assembly, Titos. D. Molt and Kills. icrtfl", Wm. it. Rowland: Pnder sbcriir, I art D. Johnston; Deputy sheriff, J, M. llaldwln. County f'lerkj a. w. potts; Dapnttea, P. W. rails and s. n. Mott. D itrlcl Attorney, t'. E. Thpm; Aaatatant, E. !. Iloss. CUinlv Treasurer. Thomas K. Rownil, superintendent of Public Hchoola, William ill Hidden. I'chllc Ad in in Ist nil or, tieorge f'artoS. i ountv Hurvcvor, P. Lcoouvrenr. ant) Assessor, D. Botlller, oroner. Joseph Kurt/, i 'iMinly Board ofHupervlaora- i 'hah man. If. i iratnan; a. 1.. Bush, F. Pslnmarea, s. v. nweli. I ITV OFFICERS. iiiyor, J, R. Toberman. Marshal,.i. It. Wolfe I'ensurcr, Ucorge It. Butler. Vltorney, A. W. lluiton. i l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 October 1873

^// The Delays of English Law. Tilt* gigantic Tichbome case In Eng land, anbrds six-columns of report dally to the newspapers. Witnesses have heen .summoned from all parts of the world to prove or disprove the identity of Sir. linger Tichhorne. So illimitable and exhaustless is the evi dence, that five years have been con sumed, and millions of dollars >peiit fruitlessly in the effort to determine its merits. Mr. Whidley the "Anti- Popery" M. P., has even threatened America with a personal Invasion, in order t<i collect funds for its continu ance, a piece of impudence commen surate with his great notoriety. The London papers of the tith ultimo, give the subjoined racy sketch of the examination of Sir. HogerTich borne's barber, or iv Englisli phrase ology) ''the Claimant's 'airdresser." "But the witness of the day was the Claimant's hairdresser—v gentleman whose volubility, self-possession, anti "easy pleasantry" came very near to the Arlstotellc Ideal of " tutraprlia," or "gen...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 October 1873

VOLUME I. 3L>s 3Uflcleo iuvaUl. Is Published every morning eseepl .Mi n lay, hv TUB mCMALB PMfNTIMti COMPANY. ofkick HecftLl Mteam Reek and Je* I'ciiilliiu House. Kprillg street, opposite the Court House, TERMHI Per annum, by mall or express spj six months " •> 'three months " " ' ii liellvered by carrier-, per week Ji c uts Advertisement* Inserted at llhcrul rales. The Currency Question. Editor Herald: Thai there Ih a growing disposition throughout the State in favor of the adoption of tlio National currency, is clearly evinced hy the tone of the up-country press and (lie people, and that tins disposi tion is liable to ripen into action dur ing the coming winter is also, to.some extent, foreshadow cd. There are those in this community', too, who have im bibed of this opinion so intemperately thai they have contracted a species of greenback intoxication, ami declare— almost in terms -that it is purely a question of one side, and that no ra tional man would stand forth, and pur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 October 1873

SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 1st;;. »-t-J--«---«-J-»«»-jr»l»«l ll—IM-JIII ■■ ■—■■■I") Aoaix the wires are down, and again the Hh'ttAl.n goes to press without news from abroad. The despatches that came during the short time the (Wires were working, are anticipated by those received by mail, ft is hoped to-morrow will put. the line in order. Vested Rights No. 1: Two .•lasses of vested rights are re* cognized in our form of government. Rights with which a person is Invested hy nature; and political rights; or, such as a person may have acquired from the political organization. Over the first class our Government con fesses it has no jurisdiction; and the Constitution of California and most of the States enumerate a greater or less number of those inalienable per sonal rights emanating from a higher s >uree than political or legeslative au thority. The Constitution of California says, that among these inalienable rights are" those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possess...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 October 1873

d <i r r V AND SI rBTIHHH. I DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. a \| widney, District Judge ITIk Judicial JStrirt, wniposM.of I/m Antplni county. (",url iii -"-t■ I" February, May, Aug;u*l and N itf*i(*i S 'i> ilV' do, County .Fudge. I'irtirl»oiiuaissioni'r. .1. (1. Howard. unite senator, It. I>. W ilsou. jfTiols'rs of Assemblj. Tl. >s. li. Molt and .\ SI , Kilts. Sheriff, Win. !'.. Itowlnml; I'inter HhcrUT, Jberl D. Johnston: Deputy Hherttr, .). m. I "rouo'tv < llcrk, A. \V. Potts; ivpi s. c. w. Mould nnd ll- Moil. l)lnlrlcl Attorney,('. K. Ihomj Assistant, K. M. Row. , .... ~ ~ (Vnintj Treasurer, rhomnsh. Itnwnh. HuperTntendenl or Public Schools, William Vf.Kiiddca. Ciiiii.e A«fi»iS>l Si tor, llooi ('nrsan, County Harvcyor, F. i..com o .... CiHinty Assessor, D. Hotilie. Coroner, Joseph Kurt/. County iloanl of Hupervlsors- f'hnhinnu, il. I'.i.-iici'u; A. I- Ihliih, I-'. Pah.i.coy , s. li. , '(Mi Well. CITY ol'l'lCKlts. Mnyor, .1. It. Toberiiian. Mitrshal,.!. ti. Wn|ft». I'.i'...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 October 1873

3C« Anticlrs Srraltl. EASTERN DISPATCHES NEW YORK. RC'OltQitliii; of the Mock l'.vcliaoic— Speech ol' President <'lim|>iiiiiii. N KW VoiiK, Sept. Ml Wall, Broad and New street en trances to the Stock Exchange were crowded this morning a* tbe opening hour approached. When the doors were thrown open, the members and snoot at orsrushed in in great numbers, filling tlie Exchange and the visitors' gallery tooverflowing. The members around the President's desk cheered vociferously, waving their hats. Promptly at 10 o'clock, I'ivsidoiit Chapman rapped the assembly lo or der, and spoke to them as follows: "We have met again after very mo mentoussuspensions, for tlie purpose of resuming business. Your action in the interim basinet with universal ap probation, and has been satisfactory to yourselves. Business will be carried on under the rules which were adopted yesterday by the evening Hoard, which had the appointing of a committee to settle contracts with defaulters. All I say now is,...

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. — 5 October 1873

VOLUME I. Ia Published every morning except Monday, hy THR HKRAI.D IMIIMINU COMI'AXY. OFFICE Herald SI emu Hook nnd Joh I'rintltig House. Hpr.llg street, opposite the < 'Ottli House. TKRMHi Per annum, by mail or express *l(l Xix months " " ti Three moid lis " " • •'! Delivered by eftrrlern, per week, t!> cents Aileertlseineiils inserted at liherat rates. "HOE YOUR OWN ROW. I think there arc some mnxlltls I inter lhe sun scarce worth piwaervnlloni Itn I here, boys, is one, So sound and so dimple, ' i'is Worth a Idle to k now: And all iv I he single line, Hoc your ow ll row .' If you want to have riches, Ami want to have Mends. Don't trample the menu- down And look for Ihe ends; lint nlway s rcmcmiier, Wherever you no, The w isdi nil of prui'l isi111; Hoe your own low! Don't just sil and pray For meriM.seof your store, lint work who will help himself, I len yen helps more, the weed while yiHt'tvsleeping, Will come up and glow, Put if you would have tne Full ear, you must hoc! No...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 October 1873

SUNDAY OCTOBER '~ 1878. Attention is called to the reading matter on the first and fourth pages. The extra dis|»atcbes also are a special feature in to-day's issue. The accu mulation of matter during the break down of the Telegraph wires has de prived this oflice of half its special tel egrams. The HKP.Ai.Dwillalwuy con tain the same telegraphic news as the San Francisco evening papers, The Independent Platform. The Peoples' Independent Party met ia Convention ut Sacramento, anti, having adopted the platform publish ed in yesterday's edition, nominated Judge McKinstry for Supreme Judge. They, probably, took this stand after mature thought, and having a higher field point from which to view the bat tle, than that of an ordinary observer. Hut perhaps, in taking in this step, they have gone further than many, who earnestly supported them in the general election, will be willing to fol low. Judge MeKee, the Democratic nominee, is universally acknowledged to be a man of the highest abili...

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. — 5 October 1873

. t ._ T .... ( ITV AM) MTTHtTK«M. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. K. M. Wldney, District JttllS* 17t., Judicial District, comprised of Lo; Anglic* county. I'iMirt meets in February, May, August and November, Ignacin s ipulvetLi, County Judge, Court Commissioner, J. (}, Howard. Slat" Senator, ft, D. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Tii is. D. Mott and Asa Kllis. Sheriff, Wm. it. Rowland; Bnder Hherlff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy sheriff. J. M. Baldwin. County Clerk, A. W. Pofts; Deputies, c. \v. (iould and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, •'. E. Thorn: Assistant, E. M. Itoss. County Treasurer, Thomas K. ItOWtlll. Superintendent of I'unlle Schools, William McPadden. Public Adminisi rat or, < leorge ('arson. I'ounty Surveyor, K. Leeiiisretu. County Assessor, D. Botiller. Coroner, Joseph Karl/. County Bouritof Supervisors Chairman, 11. Foreman; A. 1.. Hash, i. Pnloiiuircs, s. It. Caswell, i ITV OFFICERS. Mas or. ,1 I',. Toliei nii.il. Marshal, J. K. Wolfe. Treasurer, Ueorge It. Butler. Attorney, ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 October 1873

£0$ Qtpin fmixltl The Local Press on the "Herald." Tho Daily Hkrald made its appear ance in Los Angelet last Thursday morning. It is a little larger than the Kxpret*, printed on clear, readable type, and edited with ability. It is an enterprise which,* If success fully conducted, will have an immense influence for good on the future of Los Angeles, and from the liberal way in which our business bouses of all classes are represented in its advertising col umns, they would seem to appreciate its importance. We hope it may prove the Herald of a new era in the pro gress of Los Angeles. Although it is a larger paper than the Mirror, we are not jealous, and wish it unbounded success. —[Mirror. LOS ANOKI.KS IIRAAJLD. This is the name of an elegant news paper that made its appearance on the 2d of October, 1878, in the city of Los Angeles. The w ant of an Independent paper written inKiiglish was somewhat telt, and, according to all ap|)euranccs, the Hkrald has tilled the void, thus meeting t...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 October 1873

VOLUME I. %n JUgrlcji JicvaUl. it Published every morning except .Monday, hv tiii: IIKMALII PRICTIXU <o»ii'A\Y. iiKKICK llernld MeaiH I took and Job Printing Hoaae. Spring hired, opposite the l 'our! Ilousc. TF.RMH: Pcrnnnnni, by mnll orexprewi Six months !• •• il 'I hrce niont hs " " • .'i fiellvered by carriern, per week, '.'■'> cents Ad' ertlsements insetted at lilieral latus. [Written for the Los Angeles Herald.] LOS ANGELES. BY RKTTtK I.AOKANOH. A breeze from the southward comes bringing The fragrance of far-away llower-; 1 fancy il throhhing and ringing With notes of the mocking-bird singing sweet praises for sunshiny hours. And through (he soil mist of my dreaming The City Of Angels appeals, The gold of her orange grove* gleaming, |lng Through clouds of dark, glossy leaves, beam- Like smites through a shallow ol tears. 1 see the broad vineyards, extending Their laden ai ills, low to I he ground, The willow tree swaying and bending, The blight river Hashing, and blending...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 October 1873

•Co* Sfttll TUESDAY, {.OCTOBER 7, Iht;i. At last the Telegraphic arrange ments of the Hkkai.d are completed. The enemies of this journal state that it is impossible to conduct it on so large a scale. Let time show. Persons who have compared our dispatches with those received hy the other journals iv thiseity, acknowledge that there is no further necessity for taxing even San Francisco papers, to And full telegrams. And now the Los Angeles Daily HKRAT.nasscrtsits position. It asserts that it is, and will be, a better paper than ever has been offered to the Los Angeles public. It asks for support in the shape of advertisements, subscrip tions, communications and influence. As it has begun So will it go ou. It has hitherto set up every day twelve columns of matter; it never doubles an advertisement, whereas it can produce a newspaper published within the last week in Las Augeles which contains nearly a column of the same matter on the inside as the outside. The Los Angeles Hkkai.d take...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 October 1873

( ITY AlVl) SI 111 THIS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. R. M. Wldney, pltitrlct .ludge 171* Judicial nlKtrlct, .'imposed nt l.os Angeles county. Court meets in February, May, August and Novemher. Ign.ieio x.-pn| veil i, (.'oun!> Judge. Court Commission >r, J). O. Howard. Stale Heilalor, 11. I). Wilson. Member-, of Assembly, Thus. I>. Moll an.l Asa Kills. Hborltr, Wm. it. Rowland; Pnder Sheriff, Albert I). Johnston; lieputy siierltf, .1. M. III! Id Will. • 'ounty Clerk, A. W. Polls; li.'putlfs, I". AY: Gould and s. it. Mott. District Attorney, C. K. Thorn; Assistant, R, M. Itoss. County Treasurer, Thorn vs K. Rowan. Sllpi rinteii.i iii in I'ul,it,. Senools. W ill mm Mel'iUlit. n. Public Ail in; 11 isi int. n , (It-orge Cur.-on. County Surveyor, F. I.ecoiiv relir. Couuiy Assessor, D. llotiller. I oroner, Joseph Kurt/.. County Hoard ol'Supervisors Chairman, 11. Foreman; A. 1,. Rush, b\ I'ulomaris, s. li. i 'nilWilli. ' CITY OKKH'RIW. Mayor,.l. It. Tnberm.'in. Marshal, .1. it. Wolfe. T...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 October 1873

Cos ittflrtf? Seraltl Hanging Yankee Jim. To the San Diego f/nion we are in debted for the following interest ing record of a remarkable trial and exe cution: Tn August »">2 there were throedis agreeablo men in San Diego, named James Robinson rillaa "Yankee Jim," James (Jruvson boring and William Harris. They hailed from the early mining camps, nnd soon after their ar rival came information of v reliable character which painted out Yankee Jim as a dangerous character. It was said that he had loafed around various mining camps, and, watching his op portunity, had pounced u)m>u miners in out-of-the-way places, murdered them and robbed' them of their gold and trinkets. As long as he behaved himself he was not molested here. Yankee Jim was a Canadian French man, six feet and three or four inches, in height and well developed physi cally. He had anything but a prepos sessing apfM-aranee and was shunned by all respectable' people. STKAI.INU A BOAT—ORANH I.ARCKNY. At the time we spea...

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