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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 January 1879

Los Angeles Daily Report. VOL. XI. $00 $i%tU# gmtfd. •■•iMlnliPil every morning except Mon day, BY ■lUSICI'H JJ. I.YXCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express -SIO Six months " " I Three months '• » • Delivered by carriers, per week 28 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD iri p.,h!iihed every Satnrdav morning. TURMS. One . ear,by mull or expreas.oue copy..B3oG Six mouths, " " " " —1 " t'ur c " " ...1 00 Ad Inserted at reasonable rat All Kluilh of Job-Worh done to Uomvete with Nan Franeleco In Prlee.Style, and Elesrnuee ol Work umushls*. Morning Telegrams. r»ssfuiers tfolaa; flutnli. Mojave, Jan. 26.— Wm Damp- L kin, J W Harper and wife, A Bar- F net and wife, Wm Qarard, J F Foster, Mrs Buckley and three children, Dr W Lindley, Louis *•> Jaqulre, J C Jones, W E Sibley, M Vega, F Garcia. Mojave, Jau. 27.—Mrs R Barton, Mrs Slosson and nurse, A B Jack son, Mr Barton, D Gillette, Gen , Banning, Chas Hudson, H M John '■ son, M Hawkins, M M Goodned and wife. |; Refraeiorj I.e...

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. — 28 January 1879

! £0$ Jrugfte-s §fcrat(t. TUESDAY JAN 28, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe Hernia steam Printing House la ait surpassed by an? Job Printing office oa the Paclllc Coast, outalde or San Fran- Olsso. tn nullities for doing Job work Ui* price*, good work and expedition aa> be rolled opon at thia office. mm rr 11 — 1 Wb observe by tbe Alia that D. 0 O. Mill*, tbe principal owner ofthe ' Vlrfinla 4 Truckee railroad, has returned from his trip to New York. Hs authorizes the announcement that ha has made ths moneyed ar rangements needed for extending hist road to Bodie within the next I twelve months. He also content elates extending It.within the next two years, to the city or Los Ange les. This Is very important in formation aud might lead, If net to tbe rehabilitation of the present | Santa Monica wharf to the build leg of another there or at some ' ether convenient point on tbe coast. Faithful to our established rule of welcoming all railroads to [ Loa Angelos, and of giving to...

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. — 28 January 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tug Hebald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Wanted Immediately.—Five h uudred dozen of chickens and dv cks at the Continental Oil Store or Onstott's market, on Spring strae t. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, sal 1b the attention of tbe gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmereß, silk and silk velvet venlngs and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Llndquist, one ofthe most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases, Jan. 6-tf. THE BEST CRONIES ATTHEWTOR i i Spring St. Pork Stare, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PBICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " io cts. Corued pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. v, Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12* cts. Tenderloin stea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 January 1879

g** &ftgrt*f §utnld. Tkt> Baa tale Gold Mine I The Santa Barbara Press says: |. Frarja a letter received in the city •fey N. A. Covarrublao, from San liulo, wa are permitted to make till following extracts: !.*••• We have got a good thing herein our mines; men are if |3t work making big wages, and I .have eeen one solid chunk of gold yfptMoh weighs |85 taken out. P#. 'Geo. H. Robbins. t- t Mr. Bobbins l« well known here -'■■war many of our citizens to boa reli- I" sole man. r A Bice specimen of gold was &" Moetved in the city yesterday from is; tlte San Luis gold field by Mr. F. r Xa. Smith. It was sent down by that gentleman's sister, who owns p-» ranch near tbe new bonanca. It ; waa cent down in a quill, is valued atSa.so, and is very coarse, being proonred by dry washing. Lack of f. water seems to be the main trouble ®L With them. As there is no water * In tbe eaflons, tbey have to depend ou the rains for their supply. ... From tke Border The cletk of Governor Castrejo...

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. — 29 January 1879

VOL. XI. - —^—— i '-limited fveiy morning except Mon- m day, BY JQgBPH D. LYNCH ■ TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express .....810 Six months " " ... 6 Three months " " _ S Delivered by onrrlera, per week 25 cents LOSANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ifl-rxtHltheO ovory Saturday morning. TERMS. One j e«r,by mall orexpreßß,oueuopy..tßoi Six months, " " " " ...1 «f Tbr c •• - <• " " ...1 Ml Ad /cil.emeuu Inserted at reasonable r.t til Kinds ol Job-Work don© to Vuuipete wltb Han Franclano In ••tire,Style, and Klegrimee ol Work" manumit. Morning Telegrams. pa.eeugrti uuiuir noun,. Mojave, Jan. 28.—H Shore, C W Crocker, E P Burke. Ralu at Una Beraaurdjluo. San Bernardino, Jan. 2S.—The rain began to fall on the afternoon of the 25th and continued well into the night. Sunday was warm and pleasant. Early Monday morning tbe rain commenced in irood earn est and has continued up lo this time, with every prospect of an abuudant supply. Stain at Baa Blieuaventara. San Buenavbntua, Jan. 28.—...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 29 January 1879

prVEDNKS DAy! JAN. 29, 1879 I Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe Uernii m«am Priming House Is •at surpass?l i>v any Job Printing oirtce aa the Pacific Coast, outside of Han Fran •lsoj.tn facilities for doing lob work. ,l«sw prices, good work and expedition |pe>v be relied upon at this office. The Amersfsum Sphyux.. , Tbe departure of Gou. Ulysses S. Grant from Europe for India—tbe undisguised purpose on tho part of tbe moneyed and parvenu aristo cratic elements of the country to ■lake him a candidate for a third term—the feverish expectation of :- the myriad jabbers and peculators ' who will await, with undissembled Joy, bis landing in California, a landing which will be melodra matically arranged to give tbo military b'hoya an opportunity to •hoot themselves hoarse and drown tho sober second thought I and Intelligence of the Republican party—all make this notable man an object of special interest to the paaplaofthe Uuite.l States and of the world just now. We are of the , numbe...

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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. — 29 January 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Thb Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Wanted Immediately.—Five hundred dozen of chickens and ducks at the Continental Oil Store or Onstott's market, ou Spring street. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyesselt, No. 7 Spring street, oalls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to bis large stock of fashionable goods, com pris ing tbe latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, Bilk and silk velvet ve<itings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindqulst, one of the most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect lit iv all cases. Jan. 5-if. THE BEST GROCERIES AT THE TSTORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " lo cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 cto. Freßh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12$ cts. Tenderloin st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 29 January 1879

god griigelw ieratrt. The Woman's Club. At tbe meeting of tbe "Woman's Club on Saturday, January 25th, lite* ■ ■ read extracts from Mrs. Abba Geold Woolson'a book on "Dresa Beform," nud gave sev eral reasons to show that the mod • m atyle of dreßS is faulty, the chief being that the drees contracts tbe vital organs, Is heavy and burden some, and arrests free circulation. Various styles of dress and under clothing were discussed, the ladles giving their personal experience. By request, the waist measure of the girls in one of the schools was taken, with the following result: Fourteen girls, age varying from 3 to 7 years, average waist measure, M 211nohes; thirty girls, average age 6 years 11 months, average of waist, 23.11 inches. These children will diminish Instead of increasing their waist measure when they are grown, owing to tbe modern style of dressing. The Man's Club. At a meeting of the Mau'a Club held last Friday week, Mr. Pulsi fer read extracts from the writings of Percy E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 30 January 1879

VOL. XI. §0$ JUnclcs iUVttWI. ■L. 11l II S' SB— ■ I I B ,\:t Pulled evei y morning except Mon day, BY ■ IQISKI'II 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express 8h) Six months " " i Three months 11 M 3 Delivered by carriers, per woes: 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD in c ibHsbed every Stiturdav morning. TKRMK. One ,y:i:,uy mtttlorexpres«, l oueuopy..B3Jt Six onOBLIAS, 11 " " " —1 7f Tttr c " •• ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat -. til Mlnda of Job-Werk dose to Houipete with Ba» rranelaro In t*rlc*,St:rle, nud Eleirnuce ol Work, ■dauahip. Morning Telegrams. I'liNNfuici r« Quins Month. Mojavb. Jbu. 29.—J H Apple gate, C C Perkins, O W Hall, M E Ryan, H P Itoas, H Anklin and wife, J A Packard iinil wife, Jack Cor nan, J S Calkins, J F Freeman, Rev W H Hill, Miss F Royce, T Ellerman, J W Milled, W H Smith, wife, nurse and children, C Wolsey. SHU FranulKo t Markets. San Francisco, Jan. 29.—Wheat —sales cliolce milling at $1.75, which is the extreme to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 30 January 1879

THUR3DAY JAN. 30, 1879 Herald Steam Printing House. The Herai.l Aiaam Printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office en tbe Pacltic roast, outside or San Fran oisoj, iv facilities for doing Job work, l»t>» prices, good work and expedition m»7 be relied upon at this office. The Vote Needed. A One opportunity is evidently developing for Mayor Toberman. The Worklngmen's majority of the City Council of Los Angeles seems to us to be possessed by an insane impulse to strangle business lv the oity. Wo have ourselves grave doubts of the ability or any City Council to legislate any man out of the means of making vis liveli hood. In every Stat* Constitution there Is a provision which says that no man shall be deprived of his property without due process of law. Property, lo the extent to which it is merely surplus is a pure • xercscence, but invasions upon tills artificial right even are pro hibited by our organic law. De priving a man of his ability to make his living Is a far...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 30 January 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Wanted Immediately.—Five hundred dozen of chickens and duoks at the Continental Oil Store or Onstott's market, on Spring street. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of tbe gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, compris- Ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French snd English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of tbe most experienced and artistic cutters, is counected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases, Jau. 5- tf. THE BEST GROCERIES AT THE TSTORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. I.IOK AT OUR PRTCE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J cts. Tenderloin steak " 12} c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 30 January 1879

§43 ,3rtflcU,5 licralrt. MISCELLANEOUS. CANTERBURY * HASKEI.I,, Boston aud East Weymouth. W. L. HASKELL 4 CO., Boston and Lynn. R. G. HASKELL & CO.. MASUrAITDRKIU Or Boots Ac Shoes, 12) San some St., San Francisco, Cal. aarwo sell ONLY quods of our own manufacture. •sTBttT only R. Q. HASKELL* CO.'S CALF BOOTS AND SHOES. They are the best on the Pacific Coast dli-Sm OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. «T. Gr. DoTUHH. Mo. *T SPRING STREET. UNDER UNION HALL. Regular Sale Days Wednesdays and Saturdays, commencing at 10 o cioca *■ M. aud closing at 4 o'clock r. M. Lush advances made on live stock, goods, wares and merchandise. Will bii> fur niture, merchandise and rolling stock at all times. ~„ Having secured the services of MX. E. W. NOYEB as salesman lor one year, tne old friends and patrons of the house ore respectfully iuvlted to give me a fall. Special sales made In any part el Ihe cltyorcounty. ••"Terms below o< >™P e^ ltl D n . Tun K. B. W. NOYES, Auctioneer....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 31 January 1879

VOL. XI. tmmmm mi I ■— , . ; ';1hIi« ti «ve,y morning except M.m dajr, BY ■ H)a»KI J H D- I-.YJMC-'*!. TCHWiS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall orexpress tUj) Six rr.onths " " J months " '* 6 Delivered by eorriara, per week 25 cento LflSAiMiiS WEEKLY HERALD ••j i'aiiiMhrd every Saturday morning. lI'.UMK. one usr.by iasiUorexpfees,otteoopy.»lßot ells •miQl.hs, " •' " " «•! « Ihr c ...1 08 A Iveillsemeutrf Inserted at reasonable rat . til Ulna, ol Job-Work <l»ue to ( >».i:,v-tt» nuts Kni> Fruuclfcco In i-rli'e.Stylc, i»nd Eleiri»uc» ol Work. Morning Telegrams. Passengers Ccminu San Francisco, Jan. 80.—The Orizaba sailed at 9 o'clock A. M, with tlie following list of passen gers: O W Adams, Judge Stephen Nye, 0 Wright, B A Mozurt and wife, II Begaris aud wife, Wm Bthing, S Bousliey, T Ashcrolt, II H Mills, E B Salsig, Mrs Hanson aud six steerage passengers. l*u*Heu|tera oolnst Koulli. Mojave, Jan. 30.—R Garvey, Q KOrtet, L Whipple, E Ervin, Mrs JF MeGuire, H M C Crum, F Cob...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 31 January 1879

FRIDAY JAN. 81, 1879 J- ■ ,- Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe Uer.i'.i steani Printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office on tbe Pad lie Coast, outside of San Fran elaoi, In facilities for doing Jab work. U >-r prices, good work and expedition as*' ba relied upon at tbls office. We wish to bave It distinctly understood tbat tbe Herald is a Democratic paper. We bave nailed our eoleri to tbe mast-head and we propose to sink or swim, survive or parish, on tbat basis. Far more than at any time in our history do we believe tbat tbe United States will be raled,for years to come, by either the Democratic or tbe Re publican party. We tbink tbe cbauoes are for tbe former. More firmly than at any previous time do we think that the State or Cali fornia will be ruled by either the Democratic or Republican party for an indefinite time ahead. At the date of this wrltiug we am in clined to tbink by tbe latter—at least as respects tlie next election, allowing for a shifting: polit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 31 January 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. This Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Wanted Immediately.—Five hundred dozen of chickens and duoks at thu Continental Oil Store or Onstott's market, on Spring street. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large etockof fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, casimeres, silk and silk velvet nestings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. one of tho most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect Ot in all oases. Jan. 0-tf. COFFEE ROASTED EVERY DAY GROUNDED WANTED AT THE STORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 tie. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J cts. Tenderloi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 31 January 1879

Jos cfrtigcW? %m\L NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. St. Vincent's Hospital, CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Situated Opposite tho Now Doi>ot of the W. I*. It. I*-. In a most healthful laoation and easy of a?ccss from every part of ilio oity. This Hospital, having been re-organ lsed and thoroughly furnished »ith every convenience. Is now open for tbo reception of patients. Both medical and surgical cases are admitted, aud pa- Ileum, without regard to sex or religious belief, will reoelve every comfort and cons ant attention. LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS made with Societies. For further particulars and term* ap ply to tho sisters at llio Hospital. Ja7U THE GREAT REFERENCE BOOK OF THE CENTURY. Biographical Annals of the Civil Govern m-jnt ol the United Btatoa, During the First Century ol its txisteuoo. r»Uk ORIGINAL AJvD urriCUL SOUIUJXS By Chas. Lanman, Author of the "Dictionary of Congress,' "Private life of Daniel Webster," -Rod Book of Iftchigan." TUla valuable work, the only one ol its kind ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 2 February 1879

* -4*. • ■ -»■ -»-—- • ■ i tfrftfcAil y morning escr-pt Mott* day, 11Y TtftrflS FOE? DAILY HERALD: for tiiuum, by. mull or express 8-0 Six months " " 8 Tbrjc* months *' 11 8 L)oil\*-'re«! by curriers, per week 25 c«nti LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD in p-Uillflhftu «\*ery Saturday morning. TERMS. One /c; r.by mail oiexrreßs.ono copy..sSoC aix itfbnthvi " ** *' '* —I c Thr >« •• " . « " " ...1 00 AJvi' iiietiicaU Inserted at reasonable rat >«. Ait 3%! iL<U ol Job-Work tiono to (Mtmpetu unsi Man FraneiKco la !•» ire,Niy 10, nnd Klftguucoul Work* ■■luiiatiir*. Morning Telegrams. r.i**rti|Ci<r* nmitll. Mimave, Fel). I—J Haas, Mrs M B Parkhurst, Mrs I) A Rice, Carrrio Schmabel, J Obay, It It Haines, C Wollllmot), H Brem well. I'll" |V.»lulilir <-l»le> - 'B.i- runnel fin.i the Mluen. San Francisco, Feb. I.—Com. mander Glass of tho Training ship Jamestown basreceivetl orders from Washington to turn the ship over to the Navy Yard authorities nt Mare Island, in canformity with t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 2 February 1879

%§t i\i'v»ui Farm Items. [Downey Outlook.J The gbcep men are now Jubilant, a* also trie farmers on tbe mesa lan*s. The last rain assures a Urge growth of wild grass for tbe former and a good yield of small train for the latter. Mr. Isaac Haylock, who lives •bout three miles from Downey, in the direction of Compton, told us the other day that he had cut sight tons of alfalfa from three quarters of an acre of land. He mowed it six times. Messrs. Boren & Brandlnberg propose to sow about 300 acres of wheat aud barley on tbe Cerrltos ranch. They have already sown over a hundred acres, and as the land is in good condition, they will go ahead with tho work until it Is completed. Mr. Cohen, a butcher of Los An geles, drove shout forty head of cattle out of this valley last week, and as he left he remarked to us that they were the finest lot of stock he bad ever purchased in tbe State. Good feed makes good beef, and this section has a superabun dance of it. A monster ox was shipped from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 4 February 1879

VOL. XL Cos $\ipU» -XmixU. , IHliml sveil rooming except. Mon day, HY .IOSKIMI IJ. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Her annum, by mall orexpress £W Mix months " " " Thrso months " " .— ■ Delivered by carriers, per week 25 oenis L 33 HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TEBMS. One .•«»:-,by mail orespress.ouecopy..s3oo six mouths, " " " " .«! fl Thr " " " ...I 00 Advertisements inserted at reasonable rut... in Hindu of Joli-Work done to limn petti wltli Nm* In I'rlcc.Mty l«. nn.l Elognmo ol Work, muiiuulx*. Morning Telegrams. ricvt uiccrH vu nj sum . Mo.iave, Feb. 3—H Hurnaid, O 1 1 , Parnenter, MrsT Night, George Gard, Mis Hummel, J MViziua, H 15 Arnold, E M Brennick, T Smith, V Smith, ,) 0 Jones, Mis*Fßishop. Tlie Nntru-Siivago War. Virginia, Nev., Feb. 3.—Early yesterday morning eighteen miners were brouglit up from Savage by the Deputy Sheriff, sent to serve an Injunction on Sutro, re straining the sinking of the winze iuteuded to send the water from the tunnel to the Savage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 4 February 1879

TUESDAY FEB. 4, 1879. Herald Steam Printing Hone. Tbo Herai.i steam Printing House Is aot surpassed by auy Job Print ing office . an the Pacific Coast, ouwide or San Fran ; also J, In facilities for doing Job work. Uow prices, good work aud expedition gear h« railed upon at this office. The Reclamation of the Colorado Desert. Of all tbe fanciful projects of later years tbe reclamation of tbe Colorado Desert would seem to cap the climax. However Utopian tbe project may seem to a "looker ou 1b Vienna," Dr. Wozenoraft baa pursued it wltb never intermitting persistence. Ho had two theories. One was tbat if Ibis vast plain, much of which Is on Mexican ground, were flooded from tbe Gulf of California, a material modifica tion of climate favorable to agri culture in Southern California would result. The other was that if tbe waters of tbe Colorado river were utilized iv irrigating the des ert substantially the same result would be achieved. The ordinary theory of the scant rainfalls which ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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