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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 December 1878

VOL. XL ■i.il.'.usl eve- > morning except Mon day, — BY — JOSKPH v. ly.-. en. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail or express $10 six mouths 11 11 „ 6 Thrae months " „ 3 Oetlvcred by onrrlers, per week,—* cents LO a AN3ELES WEEKLY HERALD *. enhtlshed every Saturday morning, TERMS. One yesr,by mnll orexpress,one copy..s3ol six month., •• •' " •' -.1 if far :u " " " " " ...l ot Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat til til mil, of Job-Work done to Compete wltta Not. Frnnelaco In l*rl«-e,9cylo, nmi Rlsgaunc ol Work. nao*s„hli>, Morning Telegrams. l'nn»o*iK4 , r« Qwluie N«itl((l. MoJavr, Dec. 4.-C L Ackpr raa:i, John Cox, D H Montgomery, J E Davis, J M Griffith. I VV Huh kell, B M Barbara, Miss 8 E Kingsley, h Lowrle. TIIO CnriT^llllltii SackaMBNTO, Dee, 4.—Tlio Con veutlon tnet at 9:30, Belcher, Pres ident pro tern., In the chair. Wiuans presented a petition from citizens of San Francisco in favor of n law for corporalivo home steads. Referred lo tlie Committee on Legis...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 December 1878

THURSDAY DECS, 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. The HeraM suaam Printing llouso Is not surpassed by any Job Printing ofllee en the Pacific Coast, outside or san Fran cisco, In facilities for doing Job work. Low prloes, good work and expedition stay be relied upon at this office. ... Congress Legislate Against Chinese Immigration. Tb* result of tbe late Cougress- Unal •leotioni leaves California in • Tery commanding attitude. Tbe vote of thli Stat* may decide tbe iaiue of tbe next Presidential elec tion. Our four electoral votes will be Important in the event of an •lection by tbe people; while, should tbe eleotion go into tlie House of Representatives, owing to tbe critically balanced rote of tbe two parties, counting by States, the TOte of this Commonwealth will be equally important. Through this faot our people should be able to command national legislation •n tha Chinese question. Both - parties, it would seem, ought to be In a mood to bid for the support of California. The Dem...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 December 1878

grttnclW gcVttld. DEC. 5, 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities of tho lleuai.d Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not Kurpassod In California outsldo 61 San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will bo executed wllb neat ness and dispatch at tho lowosl living rates. ajrMtllAs. Jieiii B. Hereufler notices of companies, socle ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted In the Hbualo as paid advertisements, We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, 0. B. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture, lteport of observations taken at Los An gelas, Cal., Dec. 4. 1878. lis . £ t g 1 j a f \i\t twHA.sr. 30.05 "48, 47 NF. 4 Fair 1:50 P. M. H9.97 7» *4 SW 0 Clear H: 15 p. M. HU.t'3 57 58 NE 4 Clear Maximum Thermometer, Wl Minimum •' 69 J. M. Frantz, Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. We shall cherish the tile as a souvenir. A boy is advert I...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 December 1878

Los History of the Carset. The corset had Its origin In Italy, and waa Introduced from that conn try into France by Catherine de Medici. Mary Stuart and Diane de Poitiers did not, however, follow tbe fashion, but it waa admitted by •11 tbe ladies of the French court tbs* it was Indispensable to the beauty of tbe female figure, and was therefore adopted by them. The corset was in those days In its Infancy, and it assumed more of th* rough character of a knight's cuirass. Tbe frame was entirely of Iron, and tbe velvet which deco rated tbe exterior hid a frightful and cumbersome machine. This state of things, ao detrimental to health and the cause of so much personal Inconvenience, not to say torture, could not last long, and tbe artisans of those days coutrived to give more pliability and lightness jo the metal, and prepared the way by degrees for whalebone. But, •a reformers are always slow, the oold iron continued to clasp the warm hearts of tbe wearers for a Ions; time in its embra...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 December 1878

VOL. XI. ■ dished eveiy morning exoept Mon day, BY .IQBICI'H IJ. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD! l>er annum, by mall or express .810 six months " " ..—•••• — J Thrse months " " • « Delivered by carriers, per week » oenlt LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ih jnii.ilshed every Saturday morning. TERMS. One mall orexpreas,oneoopy..*Bot •ilx months, » " " ' -J g fur c " " •••» <* Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat M, All Kiada of Jab-Work doua to i ..in [Kite wltb Ban Frssrlsro In l-rlee.atylc, anil Elesaoce o I Works luauathlx*. Morning Telegrams. ratiAuiifffN Gulag- Moillli. MoJAVE, Deo. 5.—R R Estill and wife, J T Lassau and wife, Miss M L Scott, J G Carr, B F Colber, J C Falrcblld, W S Grayam, A H Pay son, J Miguel Castauada, D \V Taylor, R Mitchell, Capt Tillnay, A H Simson, L Jilson, J E Wil liamson and daughter, Geo Lard, A M Hobbs, T Wagner. Jad» imvrmi Will Km Fieside. San Buenaventura, Dec. 6.—A gentleman from Sacramento, now here, states that Judge Fawcett Informed him tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 December 1878

FRIDAY DEC. 0, 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. The Kerala «mam Printing House Is eot surpassed by any Job Print lug ottice ■a the Pacific Coast, outside ot Sau Fran* gtsoo, in facilities for doing Job work. haw prloes, good work and expedition ■say be relied upon at this office. Thb Anaheim Gazelle thus par tioularizea tbe terms upon which . Son Juau Forster Is colonizing his | Santa Margarita ranch: Nearly every day this week par tlee bave passed through Anaheim on their way to the Santa Margar ita rancho, in San Diego couuty, to •ettieon tbe land which Don Juan Forster has put upon the market. From ono of these parties we learn the terms upon which the land is offered. Each farmer Is given IGO •Orel rent freo for the first year; tbo second year be pays a rental ef $1.60 per aore, or one-sixth of what ever he may raise; the third year bo pays $2.50 an acre rental, or gives one-fifth of his crop; or, if he so desires, he can purchase the land for $10 per acre, payable lv : Instal...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. We take pleasure in announcing the arrival iv Bos Augeles of Mr. F. Llndquist, who Is connectod In the capacity of cutter with the es tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer chant tailor, No. 7 Spring street. Mr. Llndquist has been employed for many years as cutter In the first establishments of San Francisco, among others with Messrs. Burr & Fiuk, which house during that time was considered the very best in the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our oity who have hitherto had tailor ing work done in San Francisco, but who will not need to send henceforward to securo first-class accommodation. Mr. Veyessett's establishment is in receipt of a large assortment of French, Eng lish and American cloths, suitable for the wiuter season. Here you will find the largest and finest as well as the newest assortment of goods In Southern Cali...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 December 1878

g os geraW. A Curious Geological Fact. The excavation of • the State House grounds brings out clearly aome ef tbe operation* of nature which are of interest to geologist?. In tbe excavation conclusive evi dence Is found tbat the river once flowed where the State House Will stand, and that it changed its conn* and oame back three times at least. The evidence is preserv ed ia tbe earth itself. After a for est bad grows up, tbe trees being of a considerable site, the river brought in sand and gravel, filling up about the trees to a depth of two or three feet. Then after the trees decayed and disappeared, the soil filled up the holes left in the gravel. Then, after a long period, another forest grew up, tbe river again surrounded the trees with sand to the depth of two or three feet, tbe trees disappeared and the holes left were filled up with soil. The workmen are now using the sand in preparing tbe founda tions of the State House, and as they take tbe sand and gravel away tbe toil whi...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 7 December 1878

VOl.. XI. -*nhllahed every morning except Mon day, BY JOBKPH IX LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: per annum, by mall orexpresa $10 Hix months " " J Thrae months *' *• — ■ Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents LQ 5 ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD '* oM>l!Htied every Saturday morning. TERMS, i One , mallorPipress,one'eovy..B3ol Six month?, •" " " "-.-.1 <t l lir-e « •' ...1 W> Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat i*i .... %ll Kin.lM or Jab-Work done to Compete wltl, San Francisco In •>riee,atyle, and BlesraneoOi Work, ■onnsblv. Morning Telegrams. Pnssencers Cemlnc San Francisco, Dec. 6.—The Ancon sailed at 9 o'clock a. M. with the following list of passen gers: H R Tarwater, wife T A Hamillon, and child, W J McQuillan, O H Miller, J Olson, W J Woodworth, W .T Carlisle, E A Carlisle, H W O'Melvenv. Mrs J T Grand, Miss A Kirkhotl, Mr Bent and wife, TA Callendar, E A Bert, T Schiller, EF Marcus, Master A Murlilif, E House and wife, Mr Evan., Mr Snow, R Stephens, J McConnell, Miss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 7 December 1878

SATURDAY DEC. 7, 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. The Herald Hteam routing House Is l?mot surpassed by any .lob Printing office f:*n tha Pnclno Coast, outside of san Fran. . elaeo. In facilities for doing Jub work ¥"j»OW prloes, good work and expedition Mmut be relied upon at this office. It Ii apparent tUat very little HTi mere routine work will be dene by tbe present Congress. The Democratic majority of the House of Representatives shows a praise worthy disposition to economize at •very point. The country is poor— or, rather, feels itself so—and we see no reason wby the higher class ot officeholders should not expe rience tbe pinch of the times wltb the rest of us. Our expensive army and naval staffs may be of great service to the oountry, but we are Inclined to think that tbe plain people may not see it in tbat light. The fact is that many of these people are so sur rounded with pomp aud so com fortable in their bank accounts that they have lost all sympathy with Republican inst...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 7 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing Uoitse makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, otc, printed at low rates. We take pleasure in announcing tlie arrival iv Los Angeles of Mr. V. Liudquist, who Is connected in the oapacity of cutter with tbe es tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer chant tailor, No. 7 Spriug street. Mr. Liudquist has been employed for many years as cutter iv the first establishments of San Francisco, among others witii Messrs. Burr & Fink, which house during that time was considered the very best in the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city who have hitherto had tailor ing work done in Sau Francisco, but who will not need to send henceforward to secure first-class accommodatlou. Mr. Veyessetl's establishment is in receipt of a large assortment of French, Eng lish and American cloths, suitable for the winter season. Here you will rind the largest aud finest as well as the newest assortment of goods In Southern Ca...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 7 December 1878

Los The Flower-Garden in December. [San Francisco Bultetin.] This is tbe mouth wherein (low • are precious—the month of •old nights and of alternated rain and sun. The green grass Is tender and soft as down to the touch, as wa lie in sheltered oountry nooks and think how different from tbe blew and savage December of Eng lieh poetry is this busy month of ours. The feme which grow In oat coast ravines at tbe bases of mossy reeks are pushing their brown, heavy buds through tbe soft earth. After awhile tbey will begin to uncoil their curious vo lutes, and the crlmpled clusters of leaves will drop over ledge and bank. In our tame and narrow gardens tbls Is a month of bright hope and busy work—of shrub-planting and tree-planting, of changing and re moving plants, of renovating flow er-beds, and, in short, of laying numberless plans. The work of pruning, manuring and digging the surface, which ought lo have been done last month, may still be attended to, if then neglected, but it will kee...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 December 1878

V OL. XI. £055 Jingclcjs Sural! > iiwhP<i every morning except, Mon day ■ .lOHEPII 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Pur annum, by mall or express 810 six months " " 6 Three months " » „ 8 Delivered by carriers, per week 36 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD v : >"i.!lKheu every Saturday mnrnini:. TERMS. One ye»r,hy mail orexpress,ouecopy..BßUO *Jtx months, *' " " " ...1 #f rkt -c i " " ...1 (XI Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat«. til Kind* of Job-WorK done to dmipete with Nan Franelaco In '■■ lee, Style, nnd Elegsureol Work, mailable*. Morning Telegrams. rcMMenicorn nuiuv annui. Mojave, Dec. 7.—J It Moulton, H 0 Cooke aud wife, G W Edmond, Mrs Holt and daughter, Major Hammoud and family, J C Evans, W Wood worth, G Blepper and fam ily, F Low, F I Johnson. M Han cock, Mrs Browning and sou, J B Lee, L L Bequette.WC Wickers, H Young, J A Goodhue, J Alsen, I Adams, 0 E Hartwell, J li Foster, P Hlrsehfleld, F W Wilke. Hluluff JUnllera. San Francisco, Dec. 7.—As pre viously...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 December 1878

$0* &npU4 §,mM. SUN DAY DEC- 8, 1878. BH«aSH~aSßsssas!™a!!s!^s! Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe Hera <'mi» Printing House Is aot sorpeasej t»y any Job Printing offlce •a the Pacific Coast, outside or Sau Eran •tsao, la facilities for doing Job work bow pries*, good work and expedition saar be rolled upon at this office. Found the City Debt Tha Workingmen have now ab solute possession of the City Gov ernment ot Los Angeles. Tbey have It by a preponderance which wa would not wish to see our own party have, beoause large major ities disintegrate. They are cor rectly looker] upon as generally latal to intelligent and virtuous legislation, whatever tho scope of tha Legislature may be. While we did not hoist the People's ticket to the bead of the Herald—declin ing to do so in fact—we gave it an extended notice In our advertising columns; and, having no regular Democrat io ticket to support, we preferredjt to that of tbe Working men on the grounds, often an nounced by us, that this...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. We take pleasure in announcing the arrival iv Los Angeles of Mr. F. Lindquist, who Is connected in the oapacity of cutter with the es tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer chant tailor, No. 7 Spring street. Mr. Lindquist has been employed for many yoars as cutter in the first establishments of San Francisoo, among others with Messrs. Burr & Fink, which house during that time was considered the very best in the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city who bave hitherto had tailor ing work done in Sau Francisco, but wbo will not need to send henceforward to secure first-class accommodation. Mr. Veyessett's establishment is iv receipt of a large assortment of French, Eng lish and American cloths, suitable for the winter season. Here you will find the largest and finest as well as the newest assortment of goods In Southern Cali...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 December 1878

Los HARRY lb. Haiby Ultra of the Emit of the Hovem bw Elections sad Indulges la Woe Accord ingly—Trouble with Fiat Honey. 1 Toledo Blade.] CONFEDERIT X ROADS, 1 WICH 13 IN STAITOF KENT'KY, [ Nov. 10, 1878. ) I'm entirely satisfied that I iheod hey bin happier ef I bad MM bin born. Life is to me an unendln inckaesshum uv disasters. Oooaahunally tber is a gieem uv sunshine, a rift thro the clouds that envellop me, but it don't last. For sixteen- long yeers I hey bin ■trugglln, wrasslin a baokholt with disaster, and disaster hez generally flopped me. I am flopped now, and am sosore with brooses that it don't teem to me tbat I shel ever git up agin. It is a singler thing tbat disaster and I hey bed so many encounters, and that the re sult hez ever bin the same. I expected great things from the November elecksbuns. I bed hoped tbat the Dimocratic-Greeu back noshun wood prevale in the Btates boldin elecksuns, so that tbe experiment ov Fiat money in the corners wood be strengthened to the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 10 December 1878

VOL. XI. ** ' Usbed eve,/ morning except Mon day, BY JQBICPH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er annum, by mall or express 110 six months " " 1 Thrjo months " " 8 oellvered by carriers, per week 35 cents LO 5 ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD * jinhl Ished every Saturday morning. TERMS. One ,e»r,by mall orexpress,oneoopy,.sßot -iix months, " M " .»1 «f I'hr c '• " " " " ...1 M Advertisements inserted at reasonable rat tll H Uiils of Jeii-Work done to lumpete witti Nni. Franelano In »-rire.style, ud Elesrniiv* ol Work, msaablr. Morning Telegrams. Pa«,.e »*••!-- U'lhk Month. Mojave, Dec. B—Col D H Jones, L Goldsmith, M J Becker, J Cheny, Mrs M L Slrowbrdge, J Reinhold, JLucas, M Francisco, H Preston, O Naeding, I 8 Sterling, D B Smith, J Jones, L Daymoude. Mojavk. Dec. 9—E W Teet, J T Roberta, A Danskin, J M Danskin, W Sexton, H Night, I V Cool, C J Sbafer, J Gote. The Cmiieutloa. Sacramento, Dec. 9.—Tbe Con vention met ar. 9:30. Downing presented a resolution requesting tbe Chair to appoint ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 10 December 1878

%M gwgcU* jgcvaUl TUESDAY DEC... 10, 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herat-* yne.ira Printing House Is aot surpassed Mr any Job Printing office •a the Pacific Coast, outside or Ban Fran olsai.in facilities for doing Job work low prices, good work and expedition saay be relied upon at this office What Our People Should Do. The HERAT.n bos never sigual iied Itself as a •■bucker" against the Central and Southern Pacific Railway!, and for a simple reason, which we can epitomize in a word, via., we don't believe in posturiz tog for a losing fight. Qiveu a cer tain percentage of a chance of win ning aud there is not au anti-mon opoly shrieker in the country who would buckle on his armor more loyally for tbe combat than we. As Solomon very neatly remarked, several thousand years ago, "there is a time for everything." Tbe time to "bounce" a powerful cor poration (we use the singular be cause tho Central and Southern Pacific Railways are practically one} is wbeu you have it in tbe doo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 10 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. rue Herald Steam Printing llousu makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., p-inted at low rates. We lake pleasure in announcing the arrival in Los Angeles of Mr. F. Lludqulst, who Is connected in lhe capacity of cutter with the es tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer chant tailor. No. 7 Spring street Mr. Lindquist has been employed for many years as cutter In tlie Hrat establishments of San Francisoo. among others with Messrs. Burr & Fink, which house during Ihat time was considered the very best in the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city who have hitherto had tailor ing work done iv Sau Francisco, but who will uot need to send henceforward to secure flrst-olas accommodation. Mr. Veyessetl's establishment is in receipt of v large assortment of French, Eng lish and American cloths, suitable for the winter season. Here you will And Iho largest and finest us well as the newest assortment of goods In Southern Califo...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 10 December 1878

Los Post-Office Letter List. Parties calling for advertised letters or packages, il nut person ally known to the Postmaster or one ot his clerks, must be duly identified. LADIIS LIST. Aylswortb, Mrs Q WHiobet, Mrs Henry Binklev, Matti* Luce, Cor* K. Miss O McDougall, Kato Isabella A LMorrison, Margaret Minnie E Miller, Alice Cresslesa, Mary Parkliurst, tiarah J Carson, Mrs Nil Ilaukin, Mai \ Dr«r, Hiss J UU. v. Solcdad Downey, Mary Kessa, rlcfufi* Eldrid, Alice" Holey, b'arali Farria, Geo finiitu, Annie J Hanes, Juana Smith, L li Howard, Mrs L Bmitu, Heater A Haraes, Biuio Stnmp, Elizabeth Holmss, Mary J Schrealr, Mrs F Johnson, Mrs Elt Taylor, A s James, Lizzie Twiss, Charily Johnson, Mrs 1 A Walker, Mary Lewis, Emily E Wells, Mary Lanhead, Mrs Wm Weseubauijli.MraSM axtrruiaux'slusT. Ardito, Lugo Johnson, Wtllsß Ballad, A J Keen, Seldon Baroo, Migacl Keuntz, W H Barnet, U ii King. U B Bell, Frank F Littlefield, E F Booth, Jos Laporgne, Jean Brown, John Loonard. Q F Baker, DUC Lockw...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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