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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 11 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tub Hkbalu 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 Dos 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. I.indquist, ono of the most experienced aud artistic cutters, is connected witii this house and will guarantee a perfect fit In all cases. Jan. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUU PltlCK LIST. Ham Per pound, 11 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Bard " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 ct». Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feot " I cts. Sausage " 12£ cts. Tenderloin steak " 12} cts. Porterhouse- " " 15 cts. Hound steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 0 cts. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mu...

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. — 11 February 1879

$f» grraul About Women. The young ladies of Cincinnati have dinners from which the mas culine gender Is banished. They •re called "dove dinners." We no longer question the pro priety of considering vessels lv the female gender. Tney run each other down almost every day in the English Channel. "And they were talkiug so un kindly of you, dearest Louisa, and —" "And what were they saying?" "Saying tbat you painted your face; and I told them that it was untrue, and tbat your color was only erysipelas." If young ladies attending church would give more attention to the number of tbe hymn the pastor gives out, and not so much atten tion to tbe number of liims tbat are in church, tbey would not bo so apt to sing one hymn while the con gregation sre singing another. A new word of French extraction bas been added to tbe great family of the English language— Vice reine. The London Graphic has published the portraits of the Mar quis of Lome and Princess Louise as those of "the Viceroy and Vice ...

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 February 1879

VOL. XI. $00 %mtUs iUvahl ■ lt«tUUi tvo.ty morning exempt Mon ti By, .!OaiCl J *l IJ. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er iinmitn, by mail orosprcss Six months " " J Thr to months 44 M 1 □tittered by Nrrisn, per woefc 96 cents LOSANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Hpiiiilisdiod overy Baturda* morning, Oito ftutr.by mall orexprenH,onecopy,.B3ol Mix months, " " " " -l g Thr: ...1 <Xi A l' us mionts inserted i«l n-rtsonable rut . til lilii.l» nl Job-Work aloue ta c .Mtiin't,' ivltli Nni» s'rniieleco In t'r l»■»',fil> 11. nud ElOtfftuce ol Work, mniiuulv. Morning Telegrams. ritfcHl Mlgrr* Sr"IUK Nllltltl, Mo.tave, Feb. 11.—A Derlian, Chas Hnscbfeld, Win Minto, A L Ferguson, O B Hopkins, N 0 Adams, A H Penker, J MeCol lough.J Hnrrell, A D Wilson, W It Pierce. Tiio following passengers are des tined south of Loa Angeles: 15 F Moore, J McCounacliie, 8 It Belong, H It Malrej', E S Deu ulson, B Chase, Mrs \V B Godbe, J Morgan, C W Tozer, Mrs J M Codlen and daughter, It B Adams, F H Ward, Jos Fellwa...

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. — 12 February 1879

WEDNESDAY FEB. 12,1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herai'i *'»:itn Printing Houße !» not surpassed by any Job Printing office on tho Paclflc Coast, outsldo of San Fran else j, In faoilliieß for doing Job work, Liovr prloes, good work and expedition ooav- 1,0 relied upon at this office. American Honey in England. The remarkable growth of honey production iv the United States is leading to large exportation to Europe of this staple. Our apia rists are Becking markets all round tbe compass. In uo section of this country has the business made greater strides than In California, and iv our own State San Diego and Los Augeles counties havo taken the lead. It is ouly about five or six years siuce Mr. Harbison, a Sacramento apiarist, removed his swarms to San Diego county; and, in lhat short space of lime, not withstanding several unfavorable seasons, the industry has growu to auch proportions that the San Diego papers claim, and wo have no doubt truthfully, (hat their county now prod...

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. — 12 February 1879

ENTERPRISE. iBAM Printing t ccialty of Legal f Transcripts, etc., r »»• Tailor. t, No. 7 Spring s ntlonof tbegen t -el6B to bis large c b goods, compris es *..o „. ...s of English and Scotch tw. Cds :• rench aud English diagonals, . oadclotlis, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet vestiugs aud all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindqulat, one of the most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected witii this house and will guarantee a perfect tit in all cases. Jau. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard 11 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J cts. Tenderloin steak " 12jcts. Porterbouso " " 15 cts. Hound steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corued beef " 0 cts. Mutton leg " 8 cts Mutton loin " 8 els. Mutton chops " 1(1 cts. Mutton stews " 5 cts. Meats delivered to all parte of the city. Fresh hams and bacon. Choice sugar-cured ham...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 February 1879

gs* &\\stUs gmattt. A GOOD SQUARE MEAL. A Qmb-Strlket'i Encounter with a Well- H-jebd Samaritan. [Virginia Cltronicls. ] Last evening:, a man walking along C street was accosted by a striker who wanted fifty cents for a meal. Tbe beggar bad just come out of a restaurant a few minntes before, and the party applied to for Ibe coin knew it. "Are you really in want ?" ho Mid. "Almost starving," replied tlie other, with a farnishod look. "I haven't eaten anything for nearly twenty-four hours." "Then come with me to (ho next restaurant and I'll fill you up." "Oh, never mind, sir; Uon't let me trouble you so much," said the beggar, moving off. "Right this way," said the phi lanthropist, pulling au ugly six shooter. "When I start iv to do a kind deed, by heavens I'll make the riffle or bust—and don't you forget It I Now, come along, or I'll blow your infernal head oil." Tlie striker saw lie was in tho doer and followed the good Samari tan into tbe Delmonico restaurant. "A big beefsteak ...

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 February 1879

VOX,. XI. ; £o.s 'Im-aWt. Ifahrul ..very morning except Mon day, 11Y ■ IQWKI'II 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er .niniim, hy mall or express ?10 81x months " " I Thr ia months " " a Delivered hy curriers, per week 2. r » cents LOS ANSF.LES WtEKLYTiERALfi >.|.".>;uiM'.t otfery morning. TJCRMB. One ,'ttur.dy uti'tll orexpwM,onecopy.»MQ¥ nix. minim, m " ** " .."i «f ■ihr " A t rot iiNi'im iiis liiHOiletl h. rcrtwonalilo rat • -. All tUtEitlM ol JoloWorh «toue lo i 1 •im jt ('(..(* ulMi Nni* Frmieim't* In Price, Style, ninl El«c*a«e »fl Work* Morning Telegrams. I'aaseuKPrN Using ftutlttt. Mojave, Feb. 18.—Mr Eggler, 1. C Gray, F 1$ Gurst, II Comstock, N Whiteman and wife, I. Mulr, J Cardon, Miss Warner and two children, J E Allen. Itenrnei'N Tuur. San Francisco, Feb. 13.—Dennis Kearney has changed his proposed tour through the State. He will first make his southern trip, start ing from here on the last of Feb ruary or tho first of March, going down the coast to Sau Diego an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 February 1879

FRIDAY FEB. 14,1879. Herald Steam Printing House. Tb* Herani smara Printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office od the Paolflo Coast, outside of San Fran. •Iseo, lo faollltiee for doing Job work, bow prices, good work and expedition ■tv be railed upon at this office. Constitutional Notice. We have lakeu a great deal of pleasure iv reading Gen. Volney E. Howard'! speech ou regulating rail way corporations, delivered in the CanatltutlODal Convention ou Nov. SS, 1878, which hixa readied us in ■4 pamphlet form. It is hardly neces sary to say that it is crisp, succulent reading, supported by a wealth of Verbal and logical resources of which few men in this State can boatt. Long ago wo settled upon It In our mind that Gen. Howard WM the beat talker iv this section ; and, if we had wavered in our be lief, tbe speeoh in question would have confirmed our idea. In read ing It we are conscious of tho fact that it probably is not a tithe as good as when spoken. General Howard's ef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 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 attenl ion 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 diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, Hilk and silk velvet vestings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of the most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house aud will guarantee a perfect fit in all cases. Jan. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PBICH LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 els. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard ". 10 cts. Corned pork '' 10 eta. Kresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12* cts. Tenderloin steak " 12J0t». Porterhouse " " lo cts. Hound steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak.: " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 0 cts. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 14 February 1879

go* guides grtaUl A NOVEL DISCOVERY. On. night beside bis girl he sat, The hour was late, but merry chat Had wbiled the hours; ho growing bold At but swayed bcr hand to bold. Unconscious she appearGd, tbat he Had taken the fond liberty; Elate with joy at this first tasta Of privilege, heclasped ber waist-- Her perfect waist, "two hundred bones, At Paris made, by Monsieur Jones" Nor met repulse tbe bold caress, Bat .till tbe sweet unconsciousness. "Dearest," he said, ami closer drew The willing form; "I never knew Until this hour" (oh, callow clown ! — "That woman's ribs ran up and down '" Ihnifimt Timet, A DEADLY DRAM. A Kan Drinks* a Quart of Whisky and Ths. On Suuday morning last a man named Michael Hall came into George Sloan's saloon in Sutro, and asserted that he could drink a quart of whisky iv five minutes. Hall wai somewhat intoxicated at the time, but was so anxious to bet that some one Anally put up SlO that he could not accomplish the feat. Ac cordingly a quart measure wa...

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. — 15 February 1879

VOL. XL 11.b.4 -ve,y mornlue except Mon day, , liV JOIHPH l>. L.YNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, hy mall or express %W Six mouths " " ° Thrao ujouihs " " .....m •■ * llellvovcd by"earrlers, per wee. ~» Oems LOS AMGELES WEEKLY HERALD [• published every Hnturday motrttlog. THUMB. Oue yei>r,by mall or ex press,oue eopy..s3oC six months, " " " " — J « Thr B " ml Ou inserted al reMonable rat h. 111 Mtuta ol Jol>.Wo»H «l«>n« to t'm.ilictc with s..i. I*r»uelae4» 111 en, Mile. rad Kl«s*nn«« «t work. ■MiliVi Morning Telegrams. r,,..i nu- ri fe-ltlllLC etollllt. Mojave, Feb. 14.—T E Fraser, T Cotter and wife, T A Garey, Jl' Nowuinrk, W Leach. W G Strong, T N Warner, \V J Sbreve, J H Kelly, X 0 Curtis. The Blverslde lair. ItIVEUSiDK, Feb. 14.—Tlio meet ing of c Horticultural Society's Fain s place was largely at leuu out forty delegates from Los Ai,, es nnd vicinity being on hand. Mr. T. C. Couver, of River side, received the first prize for best ' rj'iel oranges. K.J. Davi...

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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. — 15 February 1879

Jfm ancles gctntit. SATURDAY FEB. 15, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. Tne Herani Pnntiniz House Is 00l surpassed by any Job Printing nSlco on the Pacific Coast, outside ol Sau Fran else.i, In facilities for dolne; Job work. Low prices, good worlc and expedition raav be relied upon at this office. By advertisement elsewhere a meeting of Democrats is called in the County Court House this even ing, at 7:30 sharp, to organize a Democratic Club preparatory to au active campaign next fall. Only the attendance cf those In sym pathy with the SDemocracy ia de sired at this preliminary meeting. We trust that Democrats will at tend in large numbers. Mining to a New Political School. Id tbe present developments of f politics in California one may be ex ! oused for being a little at tien. Tbe | position ot any man who belongs f to either of the old parties is decld | edly peculiar. An American of f from twenty to three generations f of American blood can reasonably I be excused, by men who ta...

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. — 15 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tm: Hbralo Steam Printino Housn makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, culls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his largo stock of fashionable goods, compris ing tho latest Btvies of English aud Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, cashmeres, silk aud silk velvet vestings and all other fashionablo goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one ofthe most experienced and artistic cutters, is counectcd with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit In all oases. Jan. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUIt PBIOB LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Racou " 10 ots. Lard " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 1° cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12Jcts. Tenderloin steak " I2J cts. Porterhouse " " lf> cts. Round steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 els. Corned beef " 0 ots. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mut...

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. — 15 February 1879

Los Angeles Herald. Quantity of Seed per Acre. IFrom Ihe New York Sun. I We are frequently requested to name tbe quantity of seed required per acre of tbe various farm aud f arden crops. Wbilo there should ha slight variations to meet tbe variable conditions of soil, climate and purpases for which a crop is raised, the amount of seed is almost uniform throughout the entire country. In the following table tbe quantity of seed generally sown per acre is given, supposing, of course, that it is souud and fresh, and tbat a largo proportion will grow. If our readers will cut this out and paste it in their scrap books, it may be found useful for future reference, and save them the trouble of writing a letter to ob tain the information which it con tain* ! Uushel*. Brans in drills, 2'i feet apart 1H Com for foddor 3 to 4 Barley, broadcast 2 to 3 Barley, in drills 1\ lo 2 Buckwheat 1 to I*4 Ohufas, in thill* H Hungarian grass li Kentucky blue grass 2 to 3 Lawn grass 2 to 3 Millet, broadcast ...

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. — 16 February 1879

VOL. XL S&OJS <3Ua.dc.si ittCVillfl. • . Hnhml RVAiy morning except Mou lt ay, II v ,l()BKl J H U. l^YNfJl*. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall ore-xpresß $W Six months " *' 6 M'hr jo months " M 3 Ot»:lvore<l hy curriers, per week Jls cents LOS AHGELES W EKLY liOIALB • "i- iblliheil every Nutimlnv morning. TKKMrt. One y»i*fiHy UMtll <>ro.\p-6Hs,onoc;>ny..B;Jl)t h\x ennotb I, " " " ** ...1 it ThX'u " M ...1 Ot A-i Innerttitl j»i rat • . vi Ciliitlft of 4oh-V*'«»rli ilouu tv • '-* i-» ;»!■£*■ wlfcti Nhh t'rnu<*lH«*4> 111 I'liicSiylc, mill Kl*XHn<?o «»t Work* imttibh ti>. Morning Telegrams. ■ •it**l*ll|£t>rN CMtlliX IN OH 111. MO.IAVK, Feb. 13—J M Wcde les, J Bryson and wife, J CBarl lett, M S Frinburg and wife, May Colin, PO Riley, J Et Snell. Ueftruey'e Nuiitliaru I'm*. San Franoisco, Feb. 15.—The line of Kearney's southern trip has been definitely settled. He will start on or about March Ist from Sau Francisco, going lir3t to Red wood City, ...

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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. — 16 February 1879

SUNDAY FEB. 16, 1879. BBB»sc»»jsssci^sci^sclMSgjßWr«s^ Herald Steam Printing House. The Hersi'i steam Printing House is not surpassed by any Job Printing office on the Paelflctoast, outside ol San Fran, elsoo. In faollltles for doing Job work. Low prices, good work and expedition may be relied upon at this office. A Langhabie Republican Practice of Guid. The attempt to convict Mr. Til den of culpability, arising out of tbe overtures made by representa tives of the Returning Boards to •ell, for coiu, their verdict in an election in which the people had pronounced for the Democratic candidate, has proved to be a la mentable fiasco. Only the impu dence born of the consummate "cheek" of tlio Republican party could have conceived the idea, orig inally, of aspersing an already wronged mau. With their ('bad baud Hayes lv the Presidency, smiling and smirking and repre senting political grand larceny ou a stupendous and unprecedented scale; with every pimp aud parasite who administered to an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 16 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tub 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, culls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large Btock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet ve«tings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of tho most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all cases. Jan. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OCR PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 els. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard '.. " 10 cts. Corned pork " 10 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 121 cts. Tenderloiu steak " 12Jcts. Porterhouse " " 1"> cts. Hound steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 0 ots. Mutton leg " 8 cts....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 16 February 1879

goi gtraW, Our Staples Abroad. [San Francisco Bulletin,] Whenever a good thing is put In the hands of the public there has to be a struggle to secure its ac ceptance. This arises in the main from what maybe called inveterate prejudice. Many are now so ac customed to coffee with chicory that pare Java or Mocha cannot be foroed upon them. There is, be sides, always a strong interest iv upholding tbe consumption ot the spurious article. In the matter of wines our experience has been quite fall. For many years people at the East have objected to the pure brands from California, because they have not the same flavor as tbe doctored articles to which they have been aocustomed. But they are buying our wines largely now. The shipments prove that fact. Probably many are quaffing them with great gusto because of tbe foreign labels with which they are sometimes ornamented. Another and more remarkable il lustration nf the tenacity of old tastes and habits is furnißhed by tbe reception which has...

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. — 18 February 1879

VOL. XI. iMl.Vted every morning except Mon day, ■lOWKim l->. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mull or express Cljj Six months " " ! Three months " " J Dotlvered by carriers, per weete *5 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD (•published every Saturday morning. TERM». One ve:»r,uy ittftlj toe*preM|Onee*jpjr.«ttoli Hix inontns. " " " " —i £ Thrift " *' " " " ml * Advertisement* Inserted m retwowntat* rat in. All KlmU ot Job-Work Uoao tv Coitinete with Nnn FronrlMOo In I*rlc<o,f*Hyle, nuil fcl«K«iie« , i Werl»i inatiyli I p. Morning Telegrams. I'liNoeuirers ooiiik MosHtt, Mojave, Feb. 18.—C w Jaokson, E Iteily, J Brown, 0 H Wallworth, G W Breymeyer, C Pursell, Mrs H Angell, Miss A Angell, Miss M Angell, H W Angell, Z P Bollyer. Mojave, Feb. 17.—J R Jones, A W Blair, Mrs W J Bpralg, J E Utt, S E Fellen, Anna Fallen, H M Giles, Q B Curtyback, John Sin I tb, Muggio Marell, Miss Ella Bice, Shu Frunrlic* IHntUeis. Han Francisco, Feb. 17,—Wheat —Unchanged; market quite dull. No t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 February 1879

guides, gwmtd. TUESDAY FEB. 18, 187». Herald Steam Printing House. TUe Uerai'i siie.ini Prlutlns Uouse Is aot surpassed, by any Job. Printing office on the Pacific Coast, outside of Hun Fran •laou,ln facilities for doing Job work. L.OW prices, good work and expedition mar ba relied upon at tnls offlce. A Anticipal and Individual Mis fortune. Probably readers or the Herald will recall the comments which ap peared in this journal upon the rash aud unbusluess-liko coiumuu ioatiouof Mr. Jesse H. Butler, the Chairman of the Finance Commit tee of tbe Los Angeles Council, to tbe Los Augeles Slar, in which he said that the city tax upon prop erty In order to pay the interest on the city debt, was four per cent., and that if the licenses were uot udvauaed to extravagant aud Illegal figures, this tax must ho ad vanced to eight per cent. We were purposely aud punctiliously cour teous tv Mr. Butler In our com ments on hia exhibit, while expos ing tho frightful error into which he had fallen. We...

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