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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 4 February 1879

Tub Herald Steam I'iuni mo House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briers, Transcripts, etc., priuteil at low rates. Wanted Immediately.—Five hundred dozeu of chickens aud ducks at tho Continental Oil Store or Onstott's market, on Spring street. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring htreet, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English aud Scotch tweeds, French and English •liagonals, broadcloths, casimeres, silk and silk velvet vestiugs aud all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Liudquist, one of the most experienced aud artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. FINE WINES & LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE AT THE STORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LIOIC AT OUK I'KICU LIST. Ham Per pouu'l, 10 cts. Bacou " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corned pork... '• 19 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J cts. Tenderloi...

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 February 1879

gas made? getatil State Prison Statistics. Recapitulation of prisoners re ceived and discharged at tbe Cali fornia State Prison during Jan., 1878: On hand Doo. '81 1,525 Received during Jan. by commit ment 41 1,569 Discharged by provisions ot Act ::•> Pardoned and restored 1 Discharged by death 3 Discharged by commutation. .. 1 Taken out on certificate of proba ble cauao 1 45 On hand Jan. 31 1,524 Decrease during Jan 1 A. C. McAllister, Captain of the Yard. Post-Office Letter List. Parties calling (or advertised letters or packages, il not personally known to the Postmaster or one of his clerks, muat be duly identified. LADIES' LIST. Atrarado, Adelaide McDowell, Katie—3 Bates, Mrs li V Millard. Mrs J ti Dell, Mary A Mulsck, Lottie Benedict, Mrs O Moody, Celia Brown, Nellie Morrison, Josio Brown, Amu ml a 2 Ortega, Adelaide Carr, Mrs E » Owen, Harriet f S Carter, Kitty Otis, Nellie Clark, Miss J A Parker, Lizzie Clark, Mattic randiui, Miss Lor* Donclly, Miss M L Proctor. LitU Dunk...

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 February 1879

vol. XI. ,•„ 1i.h0.1 every morning except Mon i day, HY —— ■lOßWl'll IJ. LYNCII. TeRMS for daily herald: Per annum, by mall orexpresß »ljj Six months " " S Thr >c months " "~Sa"£i.*. Delivered by carriers, per week a ooms LOS ANGELES WEEKLY SEHALD * p-tfVltSiMHl every Saturday morning. TERMS. One . mill ornxpreSß,onecopy..B3oC Six loontbs, " " " " a Thr • 2_ Advertisements Inserted al reasonable rat... All ULluila ot Job-Win I. dene ««> Hum note with Nan Frnnelsno In ■•rlee.Hlyle, nml Eleitttuco ol Work, innuatalv. Morning Telegrams. Pnssoa&ers Ccmin ; San Francisco, Feb. 4.—The Ancon sailed at 9 o'clock A. M. with the following list of passen gers: A Donnell, I) T Iliramcr, M 8 Ouatcrhaudt, V Laughlin, N W Stanton & wife, X Boukofsky, S Stovens.wifo a son.Thomas Tanuatt Mrs J Cohu and A W Schubert, daughter, D C Whcnborg, Jno 1* Curtis, A Eehrob. ■MantllKera OninK Kontli. Mojave, Feb. 4.—A Rothschild, Mrs L M Gardiner, Mrs H N Gard iner, Harry A Pierce, Mrs M A Tyler,...

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 February 1879

| WEDNESDAY FEB. 5, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. [< Tbe Herald si»im Printing House Is X BOt surpassed by any Job Printing office U mm the Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran- I etaeo, la facilities for doing Job work. I bow prMe«, good work and expedition ; SB*.* be relied upon at tnla office. I I V Li II That August Convention. To the unsophisticated believer In th* majesty of legislative bod 1m the Constitutional Convention U a very grave and reverend body. Its members are believed to be nasterely intenton the public Inter est*. No thought of levity Is sup posed to enter these minds Intent, and latent only, on the publio weal. Tbe Idea that these worthies could enjoy the divertissements of tbe ballet and could discriminate with orltloal acouraey between the per formances of a premiere danseuse and herattecdaut coryphees would ■hook tho rural precisians who •set their votes for them. Yet that they will be compelled to endure this shock is shown by the follow lag extract fr...

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. — 5 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the 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, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet vestings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindqulst, one or the most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee n perfect fit in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. FINE WINES & LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE AT THE STORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR ['RICE LIST. Hum Per pound, 10 ott* Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corued pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J els. Tenderloin steak " l'Zi cts. Porterhouse " " 15 cts. Round stealc " 8 cts. Chuck steak " H cts. • Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck r...

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. — 5 February 1879

§0$ gtngeUsi %\m\&. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. | ESTABLISHED OVER 30 YEARS Spear, Meade & Co,, [Successors to Llttleueld, Webb A C 0.,1 GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sl6 and 318 Washington Street San Francisco. Solicit consignments of all kinds of country produce. Make prompt returns. Advance liberally on approved ship ' garOOKBKSPONDENCE SOLICITED. Jy26-6m The Steams Ranchos, AfJFKED KOBISfSOIf, Trustee, I*o saner ■*~ man rr»aeiae». Call awv *-WAT. ACRES OP LAND FOR tSUjLHJU sale, in lots to suit, suit able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Umes.Figa, Almonds, WulnuU, Peaches, Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, nu, Ramie, Cotton, etc., aud also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able tor Dairying. fiood water Is abundant at an average depthof six feet from tho surface. On al moetevory aore of this Inud FLOWING ARTESIAN WELI* can be obtained, and tbe more elevatod portions can be lrrl irated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are...

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 February 1879

I RfYiiM, -i >•■ 11-iheil nvoiy morning except Mon day, BY .IQSKinI li. LV^ICH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per auuum, by mall or express Iljj Six months " " ° Tbrje months " " Delivered by carriers, per week 2S oems LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ,s pnhllNlMKl every Saturday morning. TERMS. One t e«r,ny mall or exprcss.onecopy..»SOO six months, " " " " •••} j* Thr p " " " " " -10° Advertisement* Insertod at reasonable rat i* Mi Hinds ot .lob-Wort* done to Uoniucto wll.li Sun Francisco In I'rn-e.Style, nnd Elegance «< Worlt« ■■■miauls*. Morning Telegrams. Fuasmicern uuinK ftoutii. Mojavb, Fob. sth—Dr. F. R, Smith, J. C. Davis. A. L. Tults and family, O. White. M. Lewis, J. C. Jacoba, A. J. Holmes, F. W. Pel ton and family, H. Washburn aud wife, D. Frohman, S. Taylor, S. A. Hawkins, Dr. E. Pugh, C. Perkins. Ban Beraardlan— ft iltt nnd rrons. San Bernardino, Feb. s.—Tho total rainfall to date ia oatimated at 5J inches. It fell in the most gen tle manner nnd the thirsty earth absorbed Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 February 1879

THURSDAY FEB. 6, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Her»l>< Steam Printing House is not surpassed by any Job Printing office en the Pacitic Coast, outside of San Fran eteoo. In facilities for doing Job work. Low prices, good work and expedition may be relied upon at this office. The Raw Manange. No one wbo bas lived la Califor nia the past half decade can have failed to not* the Interest wtrlch bas centered on Arizona. Thin In terest bas not been confined to the Paeiflo Coast. Much of tbe capital and many of tbe salaried prospec tors of tbe East are to-day engaged in t!-.e work of developing this cac tus and rattlesnake land. Tbe ter ritory bas now reached a stage of development which, when we take Into consideration the tremendous railway work which the Southern Pacitic and Arizona Paollio are ac quitting themselves of therein, more and more attracts tbs atten tion of the capitalists of San Fran cisco and of the nation. It is time tbat thv,r should be aroused to a source ...

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. — 6 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE Tv c Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veycssett, No. 7 Hpring street, calls the attention of the 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, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet vestlngs 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 fit in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. FINE WINES & LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE AT THE TSTORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cU. Bacou " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corued pork " It) ctb. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12j cts. Teuderloiu steak " 12} cts. Porterhouse " " 15 cts. Bouud steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib......

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. — 6 February 1879

$00 3Rff«t<l Tricks of Reporters. L Betrayed by the Bcno Gazette.] Everybody remembers the great Arizona salted diamond field swin dle, which some years ago be smirched some very responsible and respectable names. The In vestigation which followed was made with tbe strictest secrecy. Even the phonographic writer em ployed to take down the testimony was sworn to silence. Yet the Call every day while the investigation lasted had full reports of tbe pro ceedings. How the reports were obtained none but four men knew. The sharpest detectives were em ployed to unravel the mystery but failed utterly. Every nook of the apartment in which the investiga tion was held was examined. It was before the days of tele uhones, but tbe walls were ■ttareed for tubes, tbe floors exam ined and the wiudows also, although the room was three stories above the street. The detectives watched tbe building night and day, inside and out. It was absolutely certain tbat no reporter was on tbe pre mises and none...

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 February 1879

VOL. XI. . Mullet) «voiy inornlne except Mon day, hy .1 QSHII'H I>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Por ,nnum, by mail or express 81j> Six mouths 11 14 x Tbr is months " " 0 Delivered by carrlors, per woe* 25 oenis LOS AMOELLS WEEKLY HERALD Is,, ilifhiinl every Saturday morning. One .f.<:,liy mml nrexpresn.ouo copy..S3ot Mix rinntha. " " " "-J B AdVtirtlaemeutii Inserted St reasonable rat • 4il It lv.l* ol .lol>-W«rk done tv •XMHteSe Willi Sat- Fr»u«lK«o In •■rice, style, mx! MsgSMS— "'• w»rU. HlMiiehlxi. Morning Telegrams. pinieuicn Wolna Soutli. MoJAVE,Feb. O.—J W Evans, C E Gillette, Q Wiley Wells, Mrs W H Cotlln, Mrs L N Blackmail, R Benjin, L Leland, W Newell, Mrs I, Lewis, J G Nevans, L Chapman, Miss M E Norris, G W Payne, I. A Ling, G D Cough. Tin' O.lil Ie linuv Dnult IMH ■•■■» l>iaui«laiii»u. San Francisco, Feb. o.—The stockholders ot tho Odd Fellows' Bank held a meeting last evening, Mosts Heller, President, presiding. It was voted unanimously to put the bank...

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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 February 1879

Won %kmW. FRIDAY FEB. 7, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herat.i hi earn Printing Honso Is a\at surpassed by auy Job Printing office en the Paelflc Coast, outside of San Fran* elao3, lo facilities for doing Job work. Uo* prices, good work and expedition asar be relied upon at nils office. It Is hard to realize that things are going on In France just as though there bad been no resigna tion of the Marshal President of the Republic. M. Grevy seems to find the reins resting easily In his bands. It is instructive to recur to the reasons which lee! to President MaoMahon's resignation. Though President of the Republic, and a military President at tbat, the old ■oldler found it absolutely Impos sible to retain It is old comrades iv their commands in tlie army. He Wat in the hands of a remorseless Rspublioan cabinet, who dictated to him what should be done in matters which pertained to his own special department—tbe army. It la only by contrasting the Presi dent of the United States ...

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 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the 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, casirneres, silk and silk velvet vestiugs aud all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of the most experienced aud artistic cutters, is counected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases. Jan. 5-if. FINE WINES & LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE AT THE STORE Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUK PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " 10 cts. Corned porh „ " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12* cts. Tenderloin steak " 12} cts. Porterhouse " " 15 cts. Rouud steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. 'Chuck ri...

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 February 1879

I $*s Jlnflrlrs Jimitd. Field and Vineyard. I From Ihe Bulletin. | Some of tbe telegraphic reports < •I tbe annual receipts of California ■wine In New York are evidently erroneous, the most important fleure belnn left atT. BonforVs Wine and Liquor Circular putß flown the following receipts of Cal ifornia wines In New York by way Of Panama: 1876 47:1,667 tin 741,910 1871. 882,365 But there are several other items to be added, and which are ao eonnted for by tbe same authority. Tbe receipts by sailing vessels for tbe last year In New York, were 185,870 gallons; by railroad, 25,000 gallous, making tbe arnouut of California wine shipped to New Yor% In 1878 not less than 1,243,241 gallons. The same authorty says tbe business lv American •till wines has nearly doubled during the last two years, while tbe importation of foreign still wines baa fallen off about two- P'leds during the last six years. *be shipments here quotdd relate only to a siugle city. Chicago takes a large amount of C...

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. — 9 February 1879

VOL. XI *00 &n%tltt $\mUl t 1 A\i» 'i -'vii y morning except Mon day, — r.v ■IQISKPH IJ. LYNCH. TtffMS FOtt DAILY HERALD: Per litttlQin, by mill or express |10 Six rr.oi.tbn " M I Ttar jo iiwiuthß '* " - « De-ivered by carriers, per week 25 cents AUGELES WEEKLY IIEBALD . .:Misi.' 'i •v.Tt'.v Sniurdav morulug, TJ3RMM. Uno /mi.-.i.y mrill urexpress.onecopy..&3l)o SIX .iionths, » 11 " ...1 g Thr •« " " ...1 00 A4v*»rtl«eiaooUi insorted al reasonable rat 1 All SUudn nl Jnu.Wnrk done to < .mii |>«'t<> with Nh» t'rnurlaco lv t*rli*«, Stylo, mi.l Kle«»uceof Work* iv n II xh I r. Morning Telegrams. PifcHSPUKrrH Uulliu Kulllli. Mojave, Feb. B.—Mr C Pulliam, Mrs I, C Morehouse, Mies A N Carpenter, Miss Carrick, E Lowcn stein, J McKeunel. Ni Krui'N ,iv Hi" KnuuittttC POET Chestek, N. V., Feb. B.— Five uegrots, all bad characters, tq.-doy armed themselves aud com mitte<l several acts of lawlessness In the streets. They were finally ruu out into the woods. Henry Hart nnd A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 9 February 1879

JUtgetcss gevaW. BsKnDAY FEB. 9, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The UeraM Slum printing House Is 1 sot surpassed by auy Job Printing office 1 on the Paoiflc Coast, outside ol Han Fran | slsoj, la facilities for doing Job work. | Low prloes. cood work and expedition P be railed upon at this office. Republican Special Pleading and Duplicity. Ne man can gauge the extent to which tbe Republican party can prostitute Itself, notwithstanding Its professions of being the "Qod and Morality party," unless he glances over the disingenuous shifts of the press of that organization In tho Blatter of the cipher telegrams. Whatever guilt may attach to Democrats Individually, hypocrisy ia rarely one of their delinquencies. There ia littlo of the Pharisaic, "I am holier than than .thou" turpi tude about the "uuterrifled." They bave never been known to carry oat llie Injunction "assume a virtuo if you have It not." The Republican press and orators have for months past been engaged in aspersing the...

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. — 9 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tim Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls tbe attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French aud English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet vestings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of the most experienced aud artistic cutters, is connected with this house aud will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases. Jau. 5-tf. 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 ct*. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " li-'J cts. Tenderloiu steak " 12icts. Porterhouse " " 15 cts. Hound steak " 8 cts. Cbuck steak " 8 cts. | Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 0 cts. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 9 February 1879

gto gUflclcs TicvaW. Farm Notes (Downey Courier.) Dr. Wolfe commenced on Tues day laat slaughtering hogs. He will have butchered about a hun dred head this week, and will turn them Into hams and bacon. Dr. Wolfe understands the business, and will plaoe an excellent quality of oured meats on the market. He is also buying bogs for the San Franolsoo market. Oar exports during the present Week bave consisted of: Corn, 293 aacka, 36,048 pounds; ten bundles treat,(oo pounds; ten boxes oranges, 716 pounds; five oars hogs, 100,000 pounds; merchandise, 1,645 pounds. Total, 138,508 pounds. Three car loads of hogs were shipped from here on Sunday last and two more on Thursday. There were three hundred and fifty-one In the two shipments, and the hogs were purchased by Mr. Morton and Dr. Wolfe for tbe San Francisoo market. One car load was shipped from Loa Angeles. Buy ers are pay - Ins; two and a half cents per pound for hogs, and there seems to be a downward tendeucy in prices. Our valley is g...

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. — 11 February 1879

VOl.. XI. § 05 Quacks ScxsML Hah"! every morning except Mon ti ay, liy .IQBKI'H L>- LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per .uiuum, by mall oroxpreßH 81° Six months " *' ° l lire months " " J Delivered by carrlorß, per week 2ti eaaw LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD .h ttibllfllied every Saturday morning. TERMS. Uas.yusT.by audi or exptssiioneeopr..MM six months, " " " ' -J ' c Tin " - 1 0" .Vl.vrllseinwnt* inserted at reasonable rat tv Hinds ol Job.Worh done to l'.Mii|ict« wltb Hun Francisco In Prlcc.NtylK, nnd Klnirnuco ol Work, mnuwlilx*. Morning Telegrams. Fnsiongorn Cerjdus- San Francisco, Feb. 10.—The Orizaba Hailed at 9 o'clock A. M, with Ihe following list of passen gers: V P Weeks, V E Woodlaud, H Harmon, 0 Lincoln, Miss A Primer, Mrs Kapptc, J 11 Smith, DrJW Winter, J Wilder, C Smith, C F Adams and witc. I'HhM VUI'IH VHtltK *>llltllt. Mojave, Feb. 9—VV Calwell, C A Lnw, iS Slaiuland, A Doogans, F F Merx and wife, It 11 Prince. Mojave, Feb. 10.—II Bernstein, HC Gashwildes nnd wife...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 11 February 1879

|ITJESDAY FEB. 11, 1879. | Herald Steam Printing House. tt The Herani sit earn iviniias House ts BBOt surpassed IV any Job Printing office I an the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran f»lSOO,ln facilities for doing lob work, Lfeo<r prices, good work aud expedition £■>«.» ba relied upon at this office. Bow Leak on This Picture and Then en That." We pity the Democrats whom i th* Ban Francisco Chronicle, under f* th* specious name of the Working , man's party, has led into antngon- I Urn to the only organization with I which they have auy rightful affli | latlon. Of all the insidious aud h deadly enemies which tlie Democ racy has had iv this State; of all the unscrupulous and superservice • able tools the Republicans have > had In California—providing, al ways, of course, that its price was paid—the Chronicle is entitled to take tbe lead pre-emlueut- I ly. Any one who has a memory extending back half | a dozeu years, aud who is half awake, will concede that, in both lines, the ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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