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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 December 1878

XI Ml M its i. * C 8 ; nta iLD og. ..83X ...1 if ...1 uc Advertisements lnsw. . enable rat is. All Kinds oi Job-Work done to compete ulili Nan FrnnelHivi In ••rlee.style, nnd I'.loiraiice ol Work. IIIMIIHhIXI. Morning Telegrams. I'n»«innic*rs diking aimlli. Mojave, Dec. 25.—L Led?, S Norton. X J Strong anil family, Mrs S P Hall, X L Mayherry, A Lester and wife, H vV (Jardner and i wife, Mrs LM Gardner, J Martin and wife, V Beauilry, \V C Lent mon, T H Corrigao, H Harper, N S Davis, J Grace, J Summers, C A Scott. 1 Mojave, Dec. 20.—W H Hales, PBeaudry. L L Watson, OH WIN •Oil, W H Tut tie, R Brown. «au Frnueiaeo rirti—Oth.r MHH«rr. San Francisco, Dec. 20. —At 3 A. M. yesterday a lire was discoverd ' In the dryiugroom ofthe West ' Coast Furniture Factory on Fourth street. Before the fire could be ex tinguished the building and con- 1 tents were damaged to the extent of $2,000. Mr. Smith, one of the proprietors 1 of the Palace Bakery, fell from ihe ' front platform of a car on Mission ...

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. — 27 December 1878

FRIDAY DEC 27, 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. Tho Her*t<i Hirt.im Printing House Is rot surpa«.sed by any Job Printing office on the Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran elsoo, in facilities lor doing Job work. 1*39/ prices, good work and expedition roav be relied upon at this office. The Local Statut. Delayed rains are leading our citizens to (peculate minutely on tne future. While it may be ad mitted, ordinarily, that if the New Year U reached without at least one copious raiu theohances for a dry year are at least eight to one— • calculation founded upon a care ful review of the weather statistics of the past thirty years—there are yet several days before New Years, in which it is liable to raiu off hand and copiously. But, whether It rains before the New Year or no, tbeHKKAi.D weather seer is satis fled tbat the coming season will have a sufficient rainfall. To drop ail assumptions of mystery, we Will give the grounds for the faith that is In us. If any one will sup ply hims...

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. — 27 December 1878

/e,y mornlDK espepl day, JEST, 'i I_>. LYNC I, S. Al .V HERA ilsgranu vpresß imiuercoi " ........ f s l.wm 1 3 c o unlay mom 1 s I* s i s B a i ''"I? f? "40 m n i .i 02 21 SKI W 32 NF, I rpP . , ermoraeter, fO.l " 38.6 J. If. Frantz. Sg't, Hig. Corps IT. H. A. 1.-^—gwgggg, ■ , ■ 83 LOCAL BREVITIES. I —. _ Auotlier nice lot of fresh salmon received at Onitott's market. A heavy shower of rain fell ut Han Diego on Tuesday night, , The Burt Dramatic Company 1 played at Wilmington last night. Mr. Victor Beaudry was among [ the passengers by Wednesday's ' overland train. Many thanks to tlio donor of the bouquet of exquisite violets which f we fouud on our desk on Christmas of morning. § The offleeot the Chief of Police was removed to the new Council b Chamber, No. 21 Central Block, I yesterday. f The BarMilzvah of Isidor Laveu | thai will be held at tho Synagogue I" on Fort Street next Saturday at J 10:33 A. M. I Ex-Mayor Beaudry got back f from a visit of some weeks duration F to Ban ...

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. — 27 December 1878

Los Angeles Herald DARKNESS AND o Bilence, ns when hcpo is dyiu* 8 Id tho dread extreme, On the earth's dark broast was lyinfj Like a nightmare dream. Not an earthquake dared to mutter, , Chaos ghastly, deep and utter Reigned o'er earth supreme. ( Sol a tremor thrilled creation, . Not a shuddering breeze; , Not a quireringltide's pulsation , Stirred tie lifeless seas— | Awe and silence, dread and stillness. | As when Death's dark creeping dullness i Life's faint fountains freeze. t Not a breath of wind, cad sweeping. Not a sigh or sound; Not a zephyr, tip-toe creeping, Stirred the awe around. Voiceless voids and black abysses, Never cheered by day's blight kissts, Blipt in hush profound. Swift through space the word came riißh ing, "Let the Dark be Light!" Loi illumined earth lay blushing, Clothed in glory bright. Light and beauty reigned in quiet, Quick before Bis awful fiat Fled away tho night. Spring a myriad graces tender, Swift from nature's tomb; Hoses, flushed with quoenly sp...

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. — 4 January 1879

Daily Los Angeles Herald. V T C)I/ XI. jj-Xju-J-L J ii*',.-.) <-\v«., v morning ?*W v '"'" V day. Her ...mm, h3*>»« <» •*!»•« Wjj iv ir.< '11118 / ~ "'""!""" s ,',o I week » eenl. LO3 ANGELESWEEKLY HERALD I M-iiii , L»*i'*'a every Hutunitf nunc ma. one ■ ->ie£ ,v 111 11 1 o^xpre^.im*«<<>,>>..s3 * *•« ;: ;: :: " :;i ' ' mm W'ii»'*'f»iHnU tnseileW i*l ir*-»tni utile 'Ami Hit? Ins the HdJl w| j ol ,. Wor X dove to ,1' I" wltn Nm FrnueUro lv ldoloths,rl«.\ and Kleitßuco ol Work. Cain, t:\f- ...ning Telegrams. \ lftW*gt|C*rN amine tlliinli. Moj&VE, Jan. 3 —Mrs FC Evans, F UllC A Track. B H Booth, U W PrescoUt and wife, Pr Tonssky, Lieut. IHanna and 97 soldiers, \V G O'BrysW and wife, J Lyons and wife. J \ l Btrtlett, J F Jones, W E KtroiioeMi, J Dave it, E X McCord. (V/'/Kice, WmTaalTe, A Celis, A F MvKeoney. \ HHu rrnarl>c<i »«ikr« I San Francisco, Jau. 3 —Wheat nliaiket stagnant with no buyers to a/'cak of; sales of 200 sacks of ilheice milling a...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 4 January 1879

Yi7~ -JAN. 4 t 1879. team Printing House* siflAui Pfinttuff House Is I by any Job Printing office ; Coast, outside of Kan Fran* <"j» Utles for doing Job work good w and expedition t upod at this office. ... c already made some on Senator Blame's lat ire iv thu United States which he assumed that s of the South were ter d that, through the sup their vote, a Northern v did not begin to count h in our electoral system hern Democrat. Being y longer to uso the negro aid to the political ara- Bepuuitcaua, tha Maine links that the S°"»" deprived of the Coiisrres presentatlon which that jives froui the presence of nearly i ir millions of colored peo were mado voters by the .n party, and, who, of unt in the Congressional Wallace, tho Democratic from Pennsylvania of leron, has met Blame on l grcund and completely n. His speech is so con the matter that we have i trouble to condense the iflcant portions of it. Uace assumes that if the ro voters, and entitled to ition (and thoßepubJican mado...

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. — 4 January 1879

<s ■ -.IIiESS ENTERPRISE. BUY an old > VV good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $300, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 40 Spring St. dlO-lm run llkkai.i) Steam I'kinti no llousrc makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at buy rates. We take pleasure 111 announcing the arrival in Lot Augeles of Mr. f, Lindquist, who Is connected in the capacity of cutter with tbe 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 Sau Francisco, among others with Messrs. Burr & Fink, which house during Ihat time was considered lhe very best iv the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city who hove hitherto had tailor ing work done in S.an Francisco, but who will not need to send henceforward to secure first-class accommodation. Mr. Veyessetl's establishment Is in receipt of a large iHsortment of F...

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. — 4 January 1879

& &*stU# Jtcvald. THE KING OF REPORTERS. Semantic Adventures ol aa American in Eu rope. The sad news comes from Paris of the death of W. Benton, the king of American reporters, who for seven or eight years past—so M. E. Dechaumes says In LcFigaro — has been drawing a fantastic sala ry from one of the great American dailies. The lamented \V. Benton scattered abroad the dollars of his journal with princely munificence, was on intimate terms with all the political and military celebri ties of Europe, spoke eight lan guages with perfect fluency, and assisted at all the wars of the Old World as a most conscientious spectator. He had gaiueil admis sion to Prince Gortsebakoflf's pres ence as a tailor, to Bismarck's as a dog merchant, to tbe Cougress of Berlin as a photographer; be bad gone to royal banquets disguised as a waiter and to royal burials as a coffin-bearer; In 1867 lie made the acquaintance of Mile. Schneider in the role of a Brazilian diamond miner, while during tlie F...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 January 1879

VOl.. XL ■ ' llahetl every morning except Mon day, BY •' ( IHKI,H ~ St< ' ll - TEilfflS FOR DAILY HERALD: far aituum, by ""nil or express *lj> six mouths " " 5 I'hr-ie monttis " " — ° Delivered by carriers, per wee* 25 eenm los aimlesFeekly herald is pnbllshed every Hatitrtlav morning. TKllMfl. Due yen:,by mall orexpreßs.one copy..»3i)l six months, •' " " " « thr c " -1 <* Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat M, til Hlnila ol Joli-Work <lou« tv r.tmocte Willi Nm« FrnaelMto In frlee. Style, nmi Elea-aueo u« Werln iiinnutilA*. Morning Telegrams. l- .-.titiffrt ftttiluc Nulllli. MojAVIO, Jan. 4.—D MoGufßu, J Murray. X B McUangley and fami ly, l)r V Gelcich, A B Chambers, Mrs R Waterman, Mrs H A Water man, J C Waterman, J Sevcuoaks, L C Stefflns, T M Daly and wife, Mrs Land, J Knowes, R B Sullivan. An Appeal i t Rtjiiib'lettim «if Hie Mlele. San Francisco, Jau. 4.—A cir cular has beeu issued by tlie Repub lican Executive Committee of tlie county of San Francisco to Repu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 January 1879

fas gmfleta jtald, SUNDAY JAN. 5, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herai.l steam Printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office OA tne Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran otaco. In facilities for doing Job work, Low prices, good work and expedition mm* bo relied upon at tnis offlce. The recent discovery of placer (old In the streets of Log Angeles, while it may and probably will •mount to nothing extraordinary, call* attention to a fact well known amongst all old Angeleflos, and that ii that every bank of red gravel in Los Angeles, San Diego or Baa Bernardino counties con tain* more or less placer gold. In the history of this section there have been very considerable sums taken from the Ban Francisquito and Ban Gabriel canons and from Ly tie creek, where the present hy draulic mines of San Bernardiuo county are located. There are countless millions of tons of gravel in Southern California which might be made to pay handsomely If we possessed the same hydraulic facil...

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 January 1879

■>>.'■• ;i«.ESS EfilfcHPKlSt. ■TTT-HY 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, 46 Spring St. dlO-lm 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 in Los Angeles of Mr. F. Lindquist, who Is connected in the capacity of cutter with the es tablishment ofF. Veyessett, mer chant tailor, No. 7 Spring street. Mr. Lindquist has been employed for many years as cutter in the first establishments of San Francisco, among others with Messrs. Burr & Fink, which house during that time was considered tho very best lv the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is welcomed by many people of our city who have hitherto had tailor ing work done in San Francisco, but who will not need to send henceforward to secure first-class accommodation. Mr. Veyessett's establishment is in receipt of a large assortment of Fr...

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 January 1879

$»* 3Uflflr$ $trftld. Shocking Inhumanity-How tha latUgent Dead are Buried in Sam Diego • IFrom the Union.] Complaint was filed with Health Officer Stockton on the 30th nit. charging £. H. Adler, con tractor for tbo burial of indigent deceased persona for tbe county, with violation of the public health ordinance In the improper burial of certain bodies. In pursuance of this complaint, Dr. Stockton sum moned Trustee D. W. Briant, of tha Board of Health, and proceed ed to the cemetery to investigate tbe matters charged. The report of their Investigation shows tho follow ing scandalous discovery. Upon opening what purported to be a frave, was revealed the body of horn as Logan, an old citizen of the county, who came here as a soldier many years ago, and who recently died in tbe County Hos pital. Logan's corpse lay within 28 inches of the top of the ground, without coffin or burial case of any kind, and almost nude, tbe entire covering consisting of a pair of socks, a woolen undershirt,...

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 January 1879

VOL. XL . I'.nhi.l Hveiy morning except Mon day, uy — .IURKPH D. IiYKCIH TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail nr express SKI Six months " " " l'hr3P months " " <> Delivered by curriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANSELES WEEKLY HERALD republished every Saturday morning. TERMH. Oneyeur.by mull orexptw»,oiie©opy..»3'Jl .six niontlis, " " '* " -»1 g I'bne " " -1 <* Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat,«, All ninila ol Job-Worst dove tv i pete »li!i Nsv Frnnclaen In I'rlre.glyle, ami Eloaonco ol Work, mauablp. Morning Telegrams. l-'assonßers Cera in;; San Fkancisco, Jan. o.—The Ancon sailed at 9 o'clock A. M. with tho following list of passen gers: W F, Rogers and vifc.Miss M Zulmeytr, WltSprool, Geo Whitehtll, G A H Davis, J II Crook, \V J Raymond i A Bousbcy, II Nelsbn, ti M Dixon It Levy, Hey J M Lewi*, P Cal lender, E F Graves, S Se-aon, J Morse, W McLauculin. PIMM liners t?t>tliic ■•■lk, Mojave, Jau. O—W W Rea and wife, Mrs E Auhurv, I J Gafliiey, G I Smith, Mrs E...

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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 January 1879

j| TUKBDAY ~....JAN. 7, 1879. _ ii ■ ■_- - Herald Steam Printing House. * ThO Herald -oe.ira Printing. House Is i Wot sen-passed ur say Job Priming offlce j''oa the Paolsc Coast, outside or San Fran eleoo.lu facilities for doing Job work, ||kf(»W prices, good work and expedition p sna* he ratted upon at this office. ... Ad American citizen requires no | apology tor taking a deep interest la th* politics of tils country. For good or for 111 the American system of government reels upon tbe most Balnute aad even meddlesome scru '< Hay of the national administration ■■ and the drift of affairs by tbe indi | videal. townships, municipalities, counties and States. Jefferson's bean Ideal of Republican govern mentwas to commit as much of it as possible to tbe township. We hare now reached- tbat regular | stage of our politics ia whloh the stlsMlßawinil of Presidential candi dates ia in order In every hamlet I'M tha United Btates. Tbe parti aaaa of Groat have precipitated tbe laeae a litt...

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 January 1879

' BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. *YT7"HY BUY an old, W good-for-nothing PIANO, when you can get a good new one for $3GO, on the Installment Plan, at the Music Store, 46 Spring St. L dlO-lm > I Tiie Herald Steam Printing ilouse makes a specialty of Legal [Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., [printed at low rates. We tako pleasure in announcing i the arrival in Lus Angeles of Mr. F. Lindquist, wbo is connected in tbe capacity of cutter with the es tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer chant tailor, No. 7 Spring street. [Mr. Lindquist, has been employed nor many years as cutter In the first establishments of Sau Francisco, 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 have hitherto had tailor ing work done in Sau Francises*, "but who will not need to send henceforward to secure first-class accommodation. Mr. Veyessett's 'establishment is lv receipt of a large assortm...

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 January 1879

gtos Suicide* §waM. Alfred Ethelridge Makes a Call Mr. Alfred Ethelridgo le bashful; 1 be does not deny it. He wishes be ( wasn't, sometimes, but wishing ' doesn't seem lo help hiscase much. ' Everybody in Burlington likes 1 him, except the father of a young < lady out on Pond street. With an - Instinctive knowledge of this old 1 ?;entlem»n's feelings, Alfred had 1 orborne to aggravate them and ' kept out of tbe father' sway as much 1 as passible, atoning for this appa- 1 rent neglect by seeing the daughter 1 twice as often. Tbe other afternoon 1 Alfred went up the steps and rang the bell. Tbe door opened and— Papa stood glaring at him, look ing a, thousand tbiugs aud saying nothing. Alfred Ethelridge bad never felt quite so lost for language iv bis life. Presently ho stood on one foot and remarked: "Good afternoon!" "Gooftnooh," grunted papa, which is, by interpretation, also good afteruoon. "Is—ah—is—er—er—Miss Lolli pop—is your daughter at home?" asked Alfred, standing ou the ...

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 January 1879

VOL. XL lUh* I '] every morning except Mo-n BY .1 OHEI'H IJ. LYNCM. TE»(VIS FOR DAILY HERALD: Por iiuaura, by mall or express f1? six months " " j> Thr jm months " " - 3 l>etivored by carriers, per week 25 centn IIGELESWEEKLYHERALf, is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One ,ear,by mall orexpross.one eory..t3Jt Six months, " " " " ...I U l hr:e " " ...1 Ct Advertisements Inserted ut reasonable rat is. All Kind* ol Job-Work done to Com pete with Nnn I'rnnelaeo In i-rlre, Style, nnd Elegance ol Work. iu»n*hli>. Morning Telegrams. PtMlMktera e«isi sninm. MoJave, Jan. 7—J H Hail, 0 J Doused, a T Mann, Alice Finle.v, T X Fiuley. Ed Bnusall, J M Tboroai, D Isal, C 0 Mason, E Curosliey, J H Stewart, Mrs J Campbell, Miss A R Taylor, Geo Bridge, W Burck, Mrs VV G Brad ley and child, Misses Carroll, H B Uudeiblll, Dr G H Reach, 0 C Pit kin aud wife, Mrs E Fisher, Mrs S W Kuapp, J Rcisehurg. 'fbe Ji»iu<stiiwH Ifi'iccrprisa Abat.< doned. San Francisco, Jan. 7.—The Board of ...

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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. — 8 January 1879

I WEDNESDAY JAN. 8, 1879. i Herald Steam Printing House. jS The Ilerai-i vtiaara Printing House Is V not sarpassel by any Job Printing office 1 en the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran- I eteoo, In facilities for doing Job work, f Low prloes, good work and expedition fe b»«vt be relied upon at this office. Amvwspaper la supposed to be tt publio lector, at least to a certain •Stoat. The "leading" article is founded upon that supposition, and tha editorial "we" baa been evolved to relieve the relation of anything like personality or ego. tlam. It has been our pleasure to read, often, iv the columns of tbe Star, articles signed indifferently "B. L. Peel" and "Peel." They an frequently v«ry good. We are told, however, that even Homer nod* occasionally, and we suppose tbat wo shall not be deemed per sonally disrespectful to our well known fellow citizen if we suggest that. In the discursiveness of an ac tive intellect, he so me times gets out •t the straight and narrow road whloh leads ...

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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. — 8 January 1879

BHSWESB ENTERPRISE. -T-T-TT-HY 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, 46 Spring St. dlO-lm This llekaui Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. P» Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, oalls tlie attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, en m pris . Ing tbe latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, silk and silk velvetve»tings aud all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, oue of the most /experienced aud artistic cutters, Is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect flt in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. To the Ladies. I would inform the ladies that I 1 am prepared to execute hair-work With neatness and dispatch. Orders from the country promptly attend ed to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mits. L S. Hewitt, Near new de...

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 January 1879

Joa gtraM. American Magazines. It is reported by tbe Philadelphia journals that Mr. Louis A. Godey, who lately died in" that city, left nearly a million of dollars. He was on* of the very few men" wbo have made a fortune-out of the publica tion of a magazine iv this country, for much more money has been lost than won in this sort of peri odical literature. His magazine waa Uodejfs La dy's Book, which at one time sold mora thaa a hundred thousand copies a month, aud has never beau exceeded In circulation by any of oar magazines except Har per's. It gave tbe kind of love stories which were liked by a large part of the young women ot tbe country, a pretty frontispiece and colored fashion plates, and was well known both at the North aud South. But of late years it has pretty thoroughly dropped out ol notice, tbe other Illustrated maga xinee far exceeding it iv their en gravings aud in the quantity and quality of their reading matter. Yet it made a fortune for Mr. Godey during its years ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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