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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. THE Herald Steam Printing. House makes a specialty of Dogal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spriug street, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Dos Angeles to his Urge stock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English anil Scotcli tweeds, French aud English diagonals, broadcloths, caslmeres, silk and silk velvet ve«tings 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 tit in all cases. Jan. B-tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT Ofjß PRICE LIST. Ham Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " JO cts. hard " 1" Corned pork " 10 etc Fresh pork " hi cts. Pigs feet " 4 OtM. Sausage " 18* Ots. Tenderloin steak " ISJOta. Porterhouse " " 16 cts. Hound steak " 8 ets. Chuck stoak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 11 C,B - Mutton leg " 8 «'ts Mutton l...

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. — 18 February 1879

£o$ gUfltlrsi Ximilil "Olis-Podridn" on Southern Cali fornia. [Argonaut.! We have just returned from a trip over all the railroads of South ern California. We traveled in royal style—as travel monarchs, rich men, and railroad kings—in a special ear. Better than this, we took a special train, engine No. 96, engineer Henry Small, familiarly known as "Hank"—he who brought across tho continent by rail at lightning speed tho theat rical managers, Messrs. Jarrett & Palmer; he wears a golden badge of the achievement. We took as officer of first importance and chief minister to our creature comforts, William, the cook. We took a kitchen, dining-room, parlor, bed chamber, a larder well supplied. We took comfortable beds. We took our shot gun aud tooth brush. We took along some pleasant com panions. We took $410,000 in money to pay expeuses; iv fact we took the pay-car, with Messrs. Hedlngton, Bovven and Watt of the railroad company to disburse our money, and both ends of the firm of Slss...

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. — 19 February 1879

VOL. XI. ■...iisiin.i ovcty morning oscept Mon day, -— ]<V .IQBKPH U. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail ur express Slf Six months " '* j> Thrao months " " 3 Delivered by carriers, per wees:, 2T> cenln LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD la published every Satnrdav mornlof. TKRMS. Ouo yutir.by mail or express ,0110 copy..B3llC Blx uionthH, " " " " ...I if Thrje " " ... I UI Advert iuoments Inserted nt raason.at.lt rat >s. All Hindu ol Job-work .tone to enmpetti with Hntt FrnuciMi.o lv Prlce.Stylc* nuil Kleanueeol Wcn-li. uiauHlili*. Morning Telegrams. i*ifc.«eiiic« , ro tytoiiiis Muuib, Mo.tavk, Feb. 18.—R L Chamber lain, Mrs S Chamberlain, Mrs C B Cooke, J Goldwater, T T Morford and wife, Ben Dreyfus, E I. Gold .stein, Miss R Lee, Miss Grace Barnes, E L Younger, G L Higlow, R Luscombe, J R Hall, L Blan dlnd. TllO t imv.iiltiiu. Sacrament.), Feb. 18th,—The Convention met at 9:30 A. M., Pres ident Hogo iv the chair, and 117 members present. Tho arliclo on education w...

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. — 19 February 1879

I gttnjctej. gcvaW. f ____ — ■WEDNESDAY FEB. 19, 1879. Herald Steam Printing Hcuse. 1 The Herat.' Hiram tvtntli"; House Is Dot surpassed by any Job Printing office Ileal the Pacific Coast, onisidc oi San Fran •isco, la facilities for doing Job work, Stew prloes, good work and expedition tear be relied upon at this ufiice. Ws republish elsewhere an ad -1 dress to the people of California by 1 the antl-Kearuey Workiogmeu "f I Ban Francisco. Every word of its l characterization ot the rule of Em | peror Kearney is poised in tlio so [ 1 barest truth. What a coarse and J night-mare like despotism this fel [j low has endeavored to impose upon j the people of this State ? We think j he has bad rope enough, and thathis i power Is over. Asphyxia, | and not power, is in the i near futuro for him. His t brief reign was that of a charlatan . and boor from the beginning. After all, Americans are not going to be : blackguarded into forgetfulness of j every respectable tradition of their j manhood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 19 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tub Herald Steam Printing Kama makes a specialty of Legul 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, casimeres, silk and silk velvet. ve«tings and all olber fashionable goods. Mr. F. Lindquist, one of the most egperlenced and artistic cutters, Is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit l« all cases. Jan. 5 tf. Spring St. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUlt PBIOB LIST. Hum Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " 10 els. Corned pork " 16 cts. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12J cts. Tenderloin steak " 12Jcte. Porterhouse " " IB etc. Round steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 0 ots. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mu...

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. — 19 February 1879

fgss gmgclc;; Tuvalu. Wilmington Items. [From tho Wllminstonlan. I "Far*" Is in town, but bus not I pat been opened to the general public. We understand, however, that the tiger will be turned loose 1 tit an early day. Lave laughs at locksmiths ami bard-hearted parents, and Wil ■ mlngton has had its sensation this I week. A well known couple took a buggy at the dead hours of last S Sunday night, and as fast as horae flaah could carry them hied them Hto Los Angeles, where they were married. It is the old, old story, - and we hope all interested will ac -1 o»pt the Inevitable. N. A. Narbonne raised 130 acres | •( barley on tbo Palos Verdes ranch laat year which produced about twenty sacks to the acre, averaging 110 pounds to the sack. He ship ped It to Han Francisco, and it was | sold for $ 1.081, while barley from other parts ot this county sold for 90 cents. Such a showing is cer tainly flattering tothe barley grow ing capacity of the Palos Verdes. Next week General Banning will com...

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. — 20 February 1879

VOL. XL Si .iWhP'l every innrnlnE except Moa tiny, hy ■JQHMPH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall oroxprenn S l^ Six months M " J Xhrae months " " d Datlvcreu by curriers, per week 2fi cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD is puhllahou every Saturday morning. TIORMN. One .'e;tr,l>y lu-tll ori , vpreas 1 ooeoopy..f?ilOt Six month,, *' " " " -.1 if Thr.c " " .1 Of) Advertisements inserted :tl reasonable rat ' i. All Kinds <>I .lali-Uurk .Son- to Compete witli Nan ,'r»uelMro lv Prle«.Stylo, nn.l KteciMiM <n Worli" •nnnulilp. Morning Telegrams. Corning San Francisco, Feb. 10.—The Orizaba sailed at 9 o'clock A. It, with the following list of passen gers: Mrs A Bur-roan, E 3 Hlbbsrd, wife J D Hibbird, and child, Wm Gardoncr, A Wise, daughter and Miss J Bascomb, son, A Wilson and wife, C C AsMridge, Miss C Aldridgo, G C Fink, Mrs s Biley, Mrs Stephens and A Summons, child, Jno Hssny, John Denny, Wm McClellcii, DrJ Simmons and W B Bailey, daughter, Mrs Osborn and son,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 20 February 1879

gfrii §,ttrjctcii gcrnttt. THURSDAY FEB. 20,1879. Herald Steam Printing House. TUs Uerni.i stnaoi rriutlng House is aot surpassed by auy Job rriutln;; ofllee on the Pacific Coast, outside of Wan Fran- Sleeo, In facllltlos for doing Job work. Low prices, good work and expedition osav he relied upon at tills ofllco. Something About Parties. Few rational people will be In clined to dispute the fact that there is an urgent demand for the re-or gauizatlon of the Calilornia Democracy. There is no obligation of party fealty which calls upon any good Democrat to profess ad miration for such political leader ship as he has been obliged to ac cept in this State for some time past. Common Btreet talk iv Cal ifornia, for the last four or live years, has been mainly conversant as to this or that compact in the distribution of olH:o§ and official honors, and very little of a eoul stlrring kiud has proceeded from the mouths of our Democratic Gamaliels. They seem to be Dem ocrats in a furtive, halt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 20 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tub Hehai.d Steam Printing BOUSE 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 thegeu tlemen of Las Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, compris ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French aud Euglish diagonals, broadcloths, oaslmeres, silk and silk velvet vesting* and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F Lindquist, one of the most experienced and artistic cutters, is cooueoted with ihis house and will guarantee a perfect tit in all cases. Jan. ft-lf. Spring SI. Pork Store, 37 Spring St. LOOK AT 0011 PRIOB LIST. Hani Per pound, 10 cts. Bacon " 10 cts. Lard " Wets. Corned pork " 10 OU. Kresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " li-'.} cts. Tenderloiu steak " 12} cts. Porterhouse ■' " 18 cts. Rau ml steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime lib " 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. — 20 February 1879

Los Angeles Herald. Counterfeit Note Engraving. A Detroit News reporter has con versed to the following effect with the Assistant United States Dis trict Attorney upon the subject of counterfeit bank bills: . •'lt is much easier to pass coin now-a-daye," said Mr. Finney, "and so spurious bank bill engrav ing has gone somewhat out of fash lon. You must recollect that it is a crime against the Government to counterfeit any bank bill, whether State or national. The penalty is a terribly severe one, and the ex pense aud labor of getting up a good counterfeit are very great. The plates must be made with ex treme care, and require mouths of hard work. They aro worth about $500 each. Then comes the mak ing of the paper—a very difficult matter—and ihe printing. After tho bills have been finished they must be made to look old and dirty, so as the more readily to escape observation. This is done by steeping them in strong coffee and running them through a ma chine which leaves them exactly li...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 25 February 1879

VOL. XL 'X'Ojs $craUl. 'übllshed every morning except Mon day, HY JOSEPH I). LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annnm, by mall or express 310 Six months " " 1 Three months 11 11 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD WpnbUvUed every Katimhiv ninniing. TjBRMB. Oue year, by mall or espreßH,one c0py..0301 Six months, " " " " ...1 it Thno i •' " ~.! vi Aiiv'tM-tlsttuientK inserted ut lOAxouuble rat is All Mind* ol Job-WorH Uou« to Compete with Nai» I'rnuclHro In |»ri€'«,Hlyl«, nnd rjognun- *tJ Work* tn ik ii till 11*. Morning Telegrams. Passengers Contlnu San Francisco, Feb, 24.—The Ancon sailed at 0 o'clock a. m. with' the following list of passen gers: J Bolan and wife, Miss F Ltjeal, O W Gilford, E C Souther, E B Coulter, Mrs O N Barnhani, Mrs Dr Sprague, Mrs Angler, Chas Sweecev, Chas Altchule, M Baldille, A Hydor, S P Kimball, H Brockman, Major Ellis. Mojave, Feb. 22.—G L Buxton, wife and children, AI Baldridge, G W Morgan, J A Ingram, S Bull, wife and...

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. — 25 February 1879

f> , , — ■ — f TUESDAY FEB. 25, 1879, A Olvar Vladication. i No Democrat expected that tiie Associated Press would be at much pains to trausmit to tbe Pacific Coast the more Incisive portions of Mr. Tllden's statement to the sub committee which went to New York to bear him. He was sub jected to a searching and often im pertinent cross examination by tbe Measrs. Hiacock and Reed, tbe Republican members ofthe Com mittee. The harsh aud brutal cdi- rWial criticisms of the Tribune as to Mr. Tllden's personal appear ance and manner were telegraphed broadcast over the country. After a careful rending of the testimony, we are of opinion that if Mr. Til den's performance was one of his sick efforts Republicans should de voutly pray that be may never more regain bis health. His statement ia throughout character ised by a vigor, directness aud air of truth which leave absolutely no room for doubt in the mind of any honest man of any party. Taken in connection with the fact that not a scinti...

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. — 25 February 1879

TUESDAY. FEB. 25, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The faolllties of tbe Ueiiai.o Steam Printing House for dolngjob work arc not surpassed In California outside of Sun Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will bo executed with neut ness und dispatch at the lowest living rates. SVEI'IAI. HVTII'S, lleroufter notices of companies, socle ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted In the Hiraldus paid ndvertiseinents. We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U.S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the bonefltof Commerce and Agriculture. Report or observations taken at i.c.n An geles, Cal., Feb. 21, 1870. 1 0 S Maximum Thernfometer, 64.1 Minimum " 415 J. M. Fhantz. Sg't, Big. Corps U. S. A. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbe attention of sheep men is di rected to the advertisement "Grad ed Sheep ror Sale," which appears elsewhere iv this morning's Her ald. Persons who may have been over loo...

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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. — 25 February 1879

§0$ %\mhl Parkian Love of the Beautiful. But, a* some ona aays, tbe best part of Paris is the outside of it. The views are unequalled, and al most every quarter of Ibis im mense city baa Its attractions. Old residents declare tbey see some thing new every dsy. Paris, lhat takes nearly two hours to girdle by steam,} la not lo be seen In a day, a week, or a month. Take the center of the Place de la Concords oa a fine day and tell me then where such a view, architec turally speaking, is to be found. Can it be otherwise, then, that the Parisian, brought up under these refining influences should not show a love of art? From the Jeweler, with bis window full of gold and bronze, tbe butcher, with bis taste fully arrayed joints, all display this feeling. I was lately at the Lux embourg Gallery, on the first Sun day it was opened since the closing of the Exposition, and what a crowd! A inotely one, too. The peasant in his blouse, tbe uni formed soldier, tbe long-hair ed artist, all enjoying ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 February 1879

VOL. XI. ' > .tlMlteil every morning except Mou -5*7, BY ■IQHKI'H 1). LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per milium, by mail or express 810 Six months " " ! Three months " 1 Delivered by curriers, per weok S> cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD is published every Saturday liiorninc. TERMS. One yesr.by mat I or express,one copy,.B3oC Six months, " " " " ...I it Thr w ' " " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted al reasonable rat All Kinds ol Job-Work done to Hum pete with Na* franelaeo In Price, Style, i>u<l El«E»tieo ol Work. ■aauihlß. Morning Telegrams. t»Mimeun°*ra fjttitna ftuiillt. Mojave, Feb. 25.—Rev L M Fllkins, Miss Walters, W Wilson, Geo Winterban, E X Worliug, Philip Dalton, Ambrose John Lyell, F M Wood, James Adams, E Latapie, F Davidson, A A Jordan, Mrs Wm Whalen, W G Freeman, T Spencer. The ntuckiou Caanlly. San Fbancisco, Feb. 25.—A Stockton dispatch states that the coronet's jury bas round that the recent explosion was caused by the steam gauge becoming defec tive aud fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 February 1879

WEDNESDAY FEB. io, 187°. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herai.i sieam Priultns House Is uot surpassed by any Job Printing office . n the Pacific Coast, outside or Sau Fran eiaeo. In facilities for doing Job work. Low prices, good work and expedition as ax be relied npon at this offlce. The Ban Francisco Chronicle having, aa Its managers think, played the political white elephant and led, by its simulated support of the Workingmen's movement, hosts of Democrats from tbe party fold, Is now beginning to show Its true colors. Readers of tbat jour nal during the past three or four days have been favored with the Initial ebapters of a crusade against tbe Worklugmen's party which will, in a few weeks, be character ised by the Chronicle's usual bitter ness and vehemence. A couple of weeks ago we detected tbe change which bad come over the spirit of Its dream and predicted tbat It would be shortly ranged against the movement and ihe men it bad flattered and cajoled. It makes Wellock tbe os...

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. — 26 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, calls tbe attention of tbe gen tlemen of Los Angeles to bis 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. Lindquist, one or the most experienced and artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases. Jan. 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 eta. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 121 cts. Tenderloin steak " !2Jots. Porterhouse " " 15 ets. Round steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 ets. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beer " 6 ota. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mutton ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 February 1879

$0* JUflrlra TicniUl. Hews and Grain from Wilmizeton [From the Wllmlngtonlan. I On Tuesday Ed. Melius, one of our mighty hunters, returned, after a few boars' tramp, with feur awans, twelve geese, six duetts and twa sand-hill cranes. The next day he shot sixteen geese and Aye duoks. Tbe grain In tbeMoFadden ware house has been ail shipped, and the tramway on the wharf was pulled up on Thursday, which, we sup pose, means that the warehouse and wbarf will be given up to Gen. Banning. The schooner Golden Gate, Capt. Boatroni, which arrived on Thurs day from Salmon Creek, with ties consigned to Oen. Banning, made tbe round trip from Wilmington iv thirteen days, being tbe shortest trip on record. One of our citizens, at a late hour one evening this week, was annoyed by an intoxicated individ ual wbo wanted to tight. He said he never fought anyone unless the man stripped to his belt aud socks. Tb. drunken man agreed to it, went into tbe back yard and stood shivering for an hour, while his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 February 1879

VOL. XI. -'ni'liß.iPd eveiy moTOlllg except Mon day, BY .JOSEPH r>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or oxpreßß SIO Blx months M M 6 Threo months M " 8 Delivered by carrier**, per week 2ft cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Hi published every Saturday iimrnitiK. Tl-JRMH. One yei>r,by mall or oxpreßH,ouecopy..&3i)t' Six months, " " « ** ...1 it Thive '* " *! " '« ...I 80 Advertisements inserted »t reasonable rat i-i. All Hiudft ol Joh-.Vorh done Co Compete wltla Hap Frfkiiclnco lia Price, Ntyln, niul Kleffßuceoi Work* ttiaiibtilit. Morning Telegrams. ■'osseuKers GHilnis; houlli. MoJAVU, Feb. 26.—T Rhodes, R H Dibble, Jas McFadden, H A Hale. Mrs Hale, W B Collier and family, J G Deming, W Kerkoif, Capt L H Keblor, Mr Collins aud family. Passengers going south of Los Augeles: W Hammond, E L John sou, D Sbripzer, A Neal, Wm Da vis, Dan Gillette. Mau Fraucftcu MHraetv. Han Francisco, Feb. 26.—Wheat —Milling, 51.711; shipping, $1.67 J. Barley—Market depressed; pric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 February 1879

... THURSDAY FEB. 27, 1879. Herald Steam Printing Houee. The Herahi steam pnutlng House la aot surpassed by any Job Printing office on the Pacific Coast, outside of SanFr n elseo, In fsollltlee for doing Job work. Lost prices, good work and expedition sau be railed upon at tbls office. Senator Blame li one ofthe few Republicans of national reputation Who have shown any heartiness in seconding California's appeal for antl -Chinese legislation. In marked oontrast to Blaine'a atti tude ha* been the course of such Republican Senators as Coukllng, Edmunds, Stanley Matthews, the late Oliver P. Morton, and a score of others. The San Franoisco Call, in referring to the Chinese matter, says tbat both of tbe great political parties in tbelr last national platfoime pledged thorn oalves to abate tbe Chinese nui aauoe. Tbe Call ie mistaken as to one of the parties. Tbe Democracy, In the platform formulated at St. Louis, came out squarely and un equivocally on the side of the Cau casian masses an...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
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