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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 11 December 1878

VOL. XI. '■ i: - - i morning Pinejit Mon day, . BY TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er unnum, by mall or express 810 si * wonths " " 6 Three months " " 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents LO>ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD . urvll*hevery Saturday mor.itnfc. ' TERMS. Ono .eL»T,by infill orexpress,onocopy..Bßfit ttlx itit.nlhs, " " " " ...1 U Thr c " « " " ...100 A..1 vertisements inserted at reasonable rat tn lilntla of Job-Work done to Compote wish Nhi* Fraiielftro tn f'rhr.Ntylf, ntid Elovnuee of W<iirki Morning Telegrams. fassettufrN C3ulna- *ontli. Mojave, Dec. 10.—W M Griffith, C A Page, J G Sewton, C J Barber, Mrs A H Wingle, Miss AE Fisher, H A Vate, \V B Hale and wife, R R Proudfoot and wife, J Frazerand wife, F D Buttolph, F Houghton and wife, J Anderson, A Stafford, W J Dakin, J W Gardiner and wife, J Raux, J Spilie, G Bellyache, R A Dong, W B Benson. Til* Teachers' rritmtt. San Francisco, Dec. 10.—-At the investigation of examination questions last night hy the com mitter of t...

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. — 11 December 1878

WEDNESDAY DEC. 11, 187& Herald Steam Printing House. Tbs Harat'i n«*m Printing [louse Is mot surpassed Ur any Job Printing offlce •a tha Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran •laoo, la facilities for doing Job work Law prices, good work and expedition star be railed upon at this office. W« art pleased to note tne special , Moderation and good sense which , characterize all the utterances of , the Democratic statesmen at Wash lagton. Ia the first place, vary much to the dismay of the " bloody •hlrt" Republicans, tbe South— •olid er oo—has nothing to ask of lhe Democratic party or of the na tion. Every utterance of Southern atatesmen has been pitched in a key of rare good sense. They not only don't want to spoliate the National Treasury with cotton claims and other supposititious de mands, bat they don't even aspire to figure on the Presidential ticket. They do not even put In a claim for the Vice-Presidency. This Is rather diseonoerting to the men who deal oat the high-toned platitu...

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. — 11 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. "TTTTHY BUY an old, VV good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $360, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 46 Spring St. dlO-lm This Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. We take pleasure in announcing the arrival in Los Angeles of Mr. F. Lindquist, wbo Is connected in tbe oapaoity 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 the first establishments of San Franoisoo, among others with Messrs. Burr & Fink, which bouse during that time was considered the very best In tbe metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city wbo bave hitherto had tailor ing work done in Sau Francisco, but wbo will not need to send henceforward to secure flrst-olass accommodation. Mr. Veyeasett's establishment is In receipt of a large assortment of French, Eng li...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 11 December 1878

Los THE LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Ai.mul Etpcit of its Doings Frep.md ly th* President. To the officers and members of the Ladies' Benevolent Society of Los Angeles; The year for which I have had the honor to serve you as Presided ia now expired, and it heoorues u<\ pleasant duty to report to you, iv a general way, the results of our labors, the condition of our Socie ty, financially, and Its prospects for the coming year. The Secretary will furnish you with a report showing the receipts aud expeudi tures for the year, in detail, with the vouchers for each dollar spent in relieving the unfortunate, and Ibope that, beyond tbe mere ex penditure of money, our sympathy and good words of eucouragemcnt extended to the needy have beeu productive of much additional good. From this report of iho Secretary It will be seen that the Society has expended, in money, during the year, $750.18, besides distributing large quantities of clothing, food, furniture and bedding, which have been donate...

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. — 12 December 1878

VOL, XI. 3Utgctes gtcvald, listed every morning except Mon day, BY ■IQHEPH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: l>er annum, by mail or express Hlx n?.ontha 11 ■■ J Turae months " M 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 35 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY itERALC '*t published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One /ear,by maUoreipregs.one copy..l 3* «lx monUis, " " " " -1 '< Ttir:o " •' " " " ...1 Ot AdvertlaamenU Inserted al reasonable rat w. ill Kinds of .foI»-Work done to «..,■■ pete with Nnv Franelaro In Prlre.mrle, and Elofsuee oi Weflu mniisbli>. Morning Telegrams. Pauangen Coming- San Francisco, Dec. 11.—The ' Orizaba sailed at 9 o'clock A. M. with the following list of passeti ! gers: ; 8 A Bliss and wife, Mrs X Andrews, Mr Orawloot, Mrs Salaig, B Salsig. A F Chapman. A D Billings, J A Fletoher, A Roakley, J J Thomas. J McCourt, Dr A Harcourt, J F MoConno. I'assonicerM Oolua Nnutli. MOJAVE, Dee. 11.—Master J Fin ley, W M Griffith, H D Barrows, Miss M E Barton, Mrs J Muck, M , Crnniki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 December 1878

THURSDAY ....DEC- 12, 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. rhe Her»i.i *»«« Prlotlaf noaaa i» 3I)! ani-passeJ by anj Job Printing office ou tiie Paolflo Coast, outside of San Fran «N=o, in fcellMea tor doing Job work bow prices, eood work and eipedlUon may be relied upon at tbii office. All the financial signs portend IIU atorm when resumption by law attempted. The Eastern busing community have been P 0 their houses in order for 5j£ ontn , past In anticipation of *Jr fln , uclal burric ane. , g sai() (o be forearmed and W may be , uIU the precaution h«f /o bgen s<j thor ougu that 111 sfiu not be in the power of "•UpF anr i unprincipled *° 2SP ci f >i,ato a criiis - Th " •T o,<l of tho Treasury avail resumption liave been re *"3|Ko $138,000,000. This, how jjKft, Is a small sum with which to HRdertake to redeem very nearb rflve hundred millions of dollars of greenbacks. In a contest such as has been threatened the national bank currency ought to be added to tbe greenback circul...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 December 1878

THURSDAY DEC 12. 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. The laollltles of tho Herald Steam Printing House for doing Jab work are not nirpasaed In California outside of Ban Francisco aud Baoramento. All work en trusted to ua will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rates. atyKCIAI- NOTICE. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted In tbe UEttAi.ii as paid advertisements, We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U.S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports (or the benefit of Commerce aud Agriculture. Report of observations taken at Los An- • I 1 Maximum Thermometer, 03.5 Ml aim um " 3 93 J. M. Frantz, Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh salmon and shrimps at Oustott's market to-day. Tbe last regular meeting of the ' old Council will be held to day. An Amerloan lady advertises for , a situation as cook, in our New To i Day. t A competent woman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. BUY an old, W good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $360, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 40 Spring St. dlO-lm This Herald Steam Printing Housr makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Nature and Art. To be disposed of by subscrip tion—five glass shades containing 64 rare and bright colored Califor nia birds; value at $40, $35, $86,920, $20 or 140 subscribers at oue dollar eaoh. They are now ou exhibition atTheo. VVollwebers apothecary's store, Main street. These birds nave been collected at great ex pense and are mounted aud fitted up in the most artistic style known to the art, representing the four seasons. They will make a pretty embellishment to n room. Call and look at them. They were col lected and mounted by It. I. Scuda more, collecting taxidermist. The drawing to take place at the milli nery etore of the Misses Hammond, Spring street. We take pleasure in announcing the arri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 December 1878

v'Olt. XI. t*itii|lsbed ssasry morning except Moo day, HY — .IOWKPH L>- LYNCH. TERisIS FOR DAILY HERALD: por annum, by mall or express *10 Mix months " " 8 Tlir >c months " " 1 Delivered by oarrlera, per week 26 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD S|«nhllsheil every Saturday morning. TERMS. One yi ar.by moll orexpress,onecopy..s3'X Six months, " " " " -1 < f Vitus " " " " " ...1 0t Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat All Hindu of jolt.Work done to I'iiiii pete with Sun rranelm-o In >•• lee, Style, nml Elßisseeiii Work* ■iiaiiatilx*. Morning Telegrams. raaaenaem o. lug atenth. MojAVE, Dec. 12 —Daniel Somen, Isaac Norton, 8 SHvethurg, L H Goodrich, Mrs J L Pliiletps, James O'Brien, George Whiteside, B A Frickas, J Binoth, Mrs .1 Weil, and two children, S Pnlaski, O W Hunsaker and children, J Pedrizzen, H C Bale, W B Russell. Nau F.KiM-isc" Mulieis. San Francisco, Deo. 12.—Green backs and silver unchanged. Wheat continues stagnant; choice iii illi ii l. $175; good shippin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 December 1878

s£rj;s gutrjcle-s gtvattt. FRIDAY DEC 13. 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. The Hersta sua Printing Rouse Is not sarpasaoU or any Job Printing otßce en tits Paolflo Coast, outside or San Fran elsoo, In facilities for doing Job work Low (trices, good work and expedition nay be relied upon at tuis office. A Pacific Coast-Tragious-Comedy. In no section of the globe has , there crer been a finer field Tor a , novelist like Dickens than la Cal ifornia. All tbe stock-jobbing : ■shames nurtured in tho mind of that great English master of fic tion, from bis "Crumpet" baking vlalont, to the higb-toned vagaries of bis Tigg Montague, are as noth ing to the emanations of Pine and California streets. " Eclipse is first and tho rest nowhere" will ap ply to the comparison. The Cali fornia sharper Is so inexpressibly •bead of his European compeer, from Geoige Law of old times dawn to Perelere of modern times, that It Is labor wasted to seek to •seer lain the gradations. Some time in June of the pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. "TT7"HY BUY an old, W good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $860, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 46 Spring St. dio-lm I'Uti II Kit \ 1,1) tSTUAM Pkintinq Housk makes a specialty of Legal Printing, Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Nature and Art. To be disposed of by subscrip tion— Aye glass shades containing 65 raro and bright colored Califor nia birds; value at $4(1, $35, $25,52t>, $20 or 1 Id subscribers at one dollar eaoh. They are now 011 exhibition at Theo. Wollwebers apothecary's store, Maiu street. These birds have been collected at great ex pense and are mounted and flited up In tbe most artistio style known to the art, representing the four seasons. They will make a pretty embellishment to n room. Call and look at them. They were col lected and mounted by K. I. Souda more, collecting taxidermist. The drawing to take place at the milli nery store of the Misses Hammoud, Spring street. Central Market, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 December 1878

Los Angeles Herald A STRANGE SOENE. What Bemi-Trop. on do bj varo.' f ettiag up j a Wiiter Tablees- Young Trees la ths Ban Gabriel Valley loused with Ice set 1 They Bait to ths Ground—in Icicle Tweity-two Inches Long sad an Inch la Qiestcit Diam •sor. (Fvobs tho Evening Express.) Mr. N. C. Carter, of San Gabrle', describes to us a strango scene which he was unwittingly Hie cause of producing at bis place. Last night he left his revolving sprinkler playing upon his nursery of orange trees. The sprinkler throws a fine spray over a space probably twenty feet In diameter. This morning Mr. Carter was al most dumb-founded to see his tr.-cs completely covered with a coating of Ice. The limbs and stalks Were encased with Ihe •bluing mail and from dependent leaves and twigs there was a bristling array of Icicles. One of theye icicles, hy actual measurement, proved to be twenty two indies long and an Inch in diameter at the base. Some trees, Aye or sis feet in height, were so weighted down th...

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. — 14 December 1878

VOL. XI. § 0$ llncjcks §cvaUl. iillabm] eveiy mnruing except Mou day, BY JOWKHH I>. LYNCH. (ERA-IS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er annum, by mall orexpreßa..- lU' Mix months " " - ! I'hrie months ■' " > Delivered by oarrlera, per week, 36 oents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALt s niihllaned every Saturday morning. TERMS. One , ear.by mall orexpreas.onocopy..Bßill Six months, " " " fl t hrat " " -1 <* Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat <s. All Klada of Job-Work done to . com note wltla Nan Frataclaeo In i'rl.-e.Hty le, and Elegance ol Work, utaiianlit. Morning Telegrams. f'SMSonaer* Uulhk NliUtll. Mojavb, Dec. 13.—Mrs 8 h; Smith, Master G Tililen, Mrs P X Rodgers. Miss Grifflth, F Griffith, P Griffith, Mrs Jaeynskl, Max Meyberg, Rosslie Meyberg, T l> Knight, D Farquharsnn, Mrs H Tom|ikins, Mrs M E Brighton and family, W H C»nn, B 0 Truman, W 0 Furrey, 0 E White, F J Ron ley, J D DenmaOi 8 B King, Uhas Ro-s, C Behreud', C Wonlrio'i, H Pooler, D H Oilman, H Ray moud. A Libel ami A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 December 1878

UTURDAY DEC 14. 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. HeraM steam Printing nouse Is i surpassed by any Job Printing office the PaclUc Coast, outside or San Krsn oj. In facilities for doing Job work # prices, good work and expedition L» ho rnMe.l upon at this office. China and Japan? The Herald, ai far as we know, | the only journal which has of red a brilliant solution of the llnese question—it is that the alted States proceed instanter to $• •übjugatlou and occupation of iloa and Japau, with the delight {l addition of the spoliation, on a etematized plan, of two of the Mat populous nations on earth. be only obstacles to the carrying It of such a scheme are two, viz, gat, the morality involved, aud, oond, tbe question of ways and puis. As to the morality, it remained r the illustrious Diedrich Kuicker- Boker to discover tint treaties of trace were only made between na |>na as preliminaries to renewed flar. A witty play writer has put tmeelfon record that "Kissing is bly prologue to a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. fArV good-for-nothing iANO, when you can get a ood new one for $3(30, on ac Installment Plan, at the [usic Store, 46 Spring St. dlu-lm WBH Hkkald steam Pkintino [oust: makes a specialty of Legal rioting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., tinted at low rates. Nature and Art. To be disposed of by subscrip on—five glass shades containing 5 rare and bright colored Call for ia birds; value at $411, $35. $2-\s2 >, 20 or 14U subscribers at one dollar 1011. They are now on exhibition t Theo. Wollwebers apothecary's ,ore, Main atteet. These birds aye been collected at great ex cuse and are mounted and fitted p in the most artistic style Known I the art, representing the four lasons. They will mske a pretty nbelllshment to a room. Call id look at them. They were col cted anil mounted by K. I. Souda lore, collecting taxidermist. The tawing to take place at the milli- Iry store of tbeMisseß Hammond, ,ring street. Central Market, 37 Spring Street. '.Having ju9t purchased 000 hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 December 1878

Los Angeles Herald The World's Conundrums. The New York World has an- ] nounced that it will propound 100 hard questions, and will give priz ■ varying from $5 to $50 lor correct answers. It has elready givt-n forty of these; aud tiie New York Graphic has been so lucky as lo get what purports to be an advance copy of those to he given next. They areas follows: 41. Who first wrote tbe poem beginning? I tea minlra rutra corn, Ap,»ie. seed and app'e thorn, wire, briar, lumber, lock, Ac? 43. What eminent citizen of Europe first combed his hair with an auger? 43. Where did tbe phrase "Set 'em up agin" originate? 44 Who was the tli at cross-eyed man? 45 Is kerosene oue of the lies of Greece? If so, why not? 46. Who first made a stand? And was It a carpenter or a soldier? 47. Who first thought of grind- Ill*; an axe? 43. Why was the author of the oouelet— "And thus It is th» lit tin olam Ia good lo boil aud likewise oan," Like the ghost of Charlemsgre upon tbe bridge at Frankfort? 49. What ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 17 December 1878

VOL. XL •'•Mlfthi"! fvc.y morning except Mon day, .IOHKPH !>■ LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Pet? annum, by mnll or express $10 Hlx months *' " I Three month* " " J* I tellvered by carriers, per week 25 cenw LOS ANBEUS WEEKLY HERALD >«nol>lished every Saturday morning. TICRMR. One ve-ir,by mull orexpreßS,onecopy..JßoC six months, " " " ' •••} « ibria " " * " " ml 00 Adverttseraenti Inserted at reasonable rat is. All c;lnds or Job-Work dove to ■ ..in note wltta Nss rranelseo In ••rlee.Htj-le, nud Kloffituoo ol Work, iiiauataln. Morning Telegrams. rai.eHK.rs G.iuk Siuutti. Mojave, Dec. 15.—P Tuegle, J M Harper, N F Horuton, Mrs G F Hornton, Mrs A Perrin, Mrs Per king, B B Minor, wife aud (child, J Livlneston, H A Jewett, J Mendel sou, P|Bates, Commodoro R R Hai ti es, A T Halck, W C Hannah, P C Warner, P B Wright, J M Ross, General Banning and wife. Mojave, Dec. 10.—CIiarles Stern, F H Kohn, Mrs S A Price and daughter, W C Bohsnuer, R Meson, .1 Davis, A Dooey anil wife, R C R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 17 December 1878

11$$ fyvfitU* gcratu. fUESDAY DEC 17, 1878 A Wood is the "Bloody Shirt" Tribe. While tbe outcome has not been ta thorough as wo expected, the ate elections have left the Demo (ratio party in a commanding posi jen. The "short session" will ilose on the 4th of March next and ikty Congress which may assemble thereafter either by the special call If the President or limitation of aw will be Democratic, and that >y effective working majorities in Mtth branches. There will then be treatnted the spectacle of a mere •residential figure-head so bound town and hedged around with Re mblioan enactments, in the shape if the "Tenure of Office" and other awt, framed to embarrass a Fresi lent of Democratio antecedents and tympathies, that be will count for i mere cipher. The whole sub itanoe ef power—the Initiative of my legislation—tho payment of talarics even—will rest entirely in tbe hands of the Democratic F*rty. New we desire to reasou a little rtlth the "bloody shirt" sbrlekers »f the Repu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 17 December 1878

TUESDAY..... DEC! 17, IS7B. lerald Steam I'rinting House. In > laolliUes of tbo llkiialii aieum |fiatu>( ltousu for doing Juh work are uot surpassed lv California outsldo ol Kan pSftnolseo and .Sacrainonto. All work en trusted to us will bo executed with noat »••< and dispatch at tbo lowest living Ates. * SFKt'lal' NOTICE. L Hereafter notices of companies,socie ties, churches, etc., will only bo Inserted in tho hrhald as uaid advertisements, ,JVo reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Monday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. I Division of TelegruraH and Reports for I the hencntcf Commerce ami Agriculture, > lie port of observations taken at Lea An geles, cal., Dec. 10, 1878. 9 i a •3 9 » A. H. V. M. P. M. Maximum Thermometer, VU.5 Minimum " 39.4 J. M. Kkanti,Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. .) No hard times at the IXL. jj Judge Willis, of San Bernardino, \a iv our city on a visit. |r Se>« a lvertisoment of situation K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 17 December 1878

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. JP7-lIY BUY an old, VV good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $3GO, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 40 Spring St. dlO-lm Thu Herald Steam Printing: House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Nature and Art. To ho disposed of hy subscrip tion—five glass shades containing 66 rare and bright colored Califor nia birds; value at $40, $35, 525,520, $20 or 140 subscribers at one dollar each. They are now on exhibition atTheo. Wollwebers apothecary's store, Main street. These birds have been collected at great ex pense and are mounted and fitted up in the most artistic style known to the art, representing the four seasons. They will make a pretty embellishment to a room. Call and look at them. They were col lected and mounted by R. I. Souda more, collecting taxidermist. The drawing to take place at the milli nery store of the Misses Hammond, Spring street. Central Market, 37 Spring Street...

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