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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printino House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, oallsthe 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, casimeres, silk 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 and will guarantee a perfect fit in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. Spring St. Pork Stere,37 Spring St. LOOK AT OUR PRICE 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 " 12} cts. Tenderloin steak " 12} cts. Porterhouse " " 15 ots. Bound steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 6 C(B - Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mutton ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 February 1879

{Ess gjrttgtttti JftrnUl. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VULCANIZED RUBBER. NEW YORK Rubber and Packing Co. Tho oldoit sud lorccet mnuufactiner. iv America cf Vulcanized K,,l>l>ev Fabrics, ADAPTED TO MECHANICAL PURPOSES, Invito tlio attention i f a!l wbo are inter ested in tho salo or ns. of fuch articles to the high standard qualily aud low prices of their various manufactures, comprising Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Leading Hose, Suction Hose, Car Springs, vVagoo Springs, Billiard Cushions, Grain Drill Tubes, etc. "TEST" HOSE, Mode expressly for the nso of Steam Fire Xnginee, and will stand a pressure of 400 Kunds per square inch. Ofiicci-s of Fire rpartraents requiring new hose will find this much superior iv strtutrth and quality to any other. Solid Emery Vulcanite Wheels, A composition ot Bubior sod Fmcrv, mak ing a very hard and uniform substance of the nature of stono throughout. 'I'tiese wheels lor grinding and polishing metala, gumming saws, etc., are the most econom ical and...

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. — 28 February 1879

VOL. XI. t'-il.llelied eve,y morning except Mon day, JOHBPH 13. LYfiCH. ' TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail or express »10 Six months " " I Three months " " - 8 Delivered by carrlors, per week Hi cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD published every Saturday morning. TjHRMS. Ono year,by mall urexpress,onecopy..}3ob Blx months, " " " " •1 g Thr c " " ...I 00 Advertisements Insertod al reasonable rat h. All Kinds ot Job-Work done so Compete wills Mn tranelsco In Frlre.St;le, nnd Elotranco ol Work. i»i>imtilx>. Morning Telegrams. rttNweuu; em tfoiuir nnntli. MoJAVR, Feb. 27.—Mr A Soper and wife, Mr H Starr, J 8 Spear, Jr., B McGown, wife and child, J N Desoto. Au Aaaf(.atuPHl. San Francisco, Feb. 27.—Ex chequer levies an assessment of one dollar. v Vcularu Hulleri, San Buenaventura, Feb. 27.— Judge Fawcett hate postponed the opening of tbe terra of the District Court until the 10th instant, and ordered that then the civil cases shall be tried first. Tbls will brine; ou the mur...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 February 1879

FRIDAY „.-.....'.FE8. 28, 187?. Herald Steam Printing House. The Hera hi nana Printing House Is But surpassed by any Job Printing offlce an tho Pacific Coast, onUlde or San Fran tlseo, tn facilities for doing Job work. Law prices, good work and expedition tnav be relied upon at tbls offlce. Tildon's Vindication-its Effect. From every quarter of the East comes note of the fact that the splendid and resonant vindication of himself made by Mr. Tilden has bad its due effect on persons whose judgment Is not warped by person al and partizau hatred of the man. No Democrat ever permitted him atlf for a moment to attaoh any Im portance to the slanders of Repub lican newspapers and stump speakers. He understood very well that, precisely in proportion to the spotless character of the candidate of his party—preclssly as Republi can possession of the flesh-pots of offlce seems to be menaced —wiil always bo the virulence of the Re publican villifleatlon of any man wbo asks the suflrages of his fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 February 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tils Herald Steam Printing Houbb 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. Lindquist, one ofthe 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 Ota. Fresh pork " 10 cts. Pigs feet " 4 cts. Sausage " 12icts. Tenderloin steak " 12} ots. Porterhouse " " IB ots. Round steak " 8 cts. Chuck steak " 8 cts. Prime rib " 10 cts. Chuck rib " 8 cts. Corned beef " 6 cts. Mutton leg " 8 cts. Mutton ...

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. — 28 February 1879

S« 3M»9rtW sficralil Oar Debt to Socrates - How He Answered Job. rSuoasj Afternoon for kfanh.) "It • man die than be lire again."' Jobxiv-14 * What could be more strange than that Job, the friend of God, should be answered by the pagan Socrates? And yet what can be more appro priate by way fof answer than this fragment from Socratea'a dying teatlmony: "Then, Cebee, beyond question, the soul is immortal and Imperish able, and our souls will truly exist in another world."—Plato: Pbtedo; 100. Other expressions of Socrates, mainly from tlio same conversa tion, are not less emphatio and significant. "... When death attaoks a man the mortal portion of him may be supposed to die, but tlie immortal goes out of tbe way of death and is preserved safe and sound."—Plato: Phajdo; 106. "... But then, O my friend, if the soul is really immortal what care should be taken of her, not on ly iv respect of the portion of time which Is called life, but of eterni ty?"— Plato: Phajdo; 107. "Aud can we sup...

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. — 2 March 1879

VOL. XI. £*j gcraltl. i- ! fulied ovpiy morning except Mon day, uy .IQSKPH 13. LYNCH. r-R.ViS FOR DAILY HERALD: l»er - .ut ;i in, by nmll or express Six ir.outhe *' ■ Thrje months 41 " « « Dei ivered by carriers, per week 35 cents LOS AfJGELES WEEKLY HERALD « published every Saturday morning. TKRMH. Ono . cur.by mall oreipress,onecopy..»SOO Six aioutlls, " " " " —l H Tlir .i ' " " ...1 00 A>l v.ntlfleiueutß Inserted at reasonable rat * h All It man ni Jab-Work done to I'oul peto wltli Hnm Francliieo In I'ilri',Style, trad Eleenitce of Work" Morning Telegrams. Fomnften Cimint;- San Francisco, March I.—Tho Orizaba sailed at 0 o'clock a. m. with the following list of passen gers: Col Kewen, Miss Allen, T A Flower it wife, H Schwab & wife, A Burgcsß, Wm McDonald, wife Wm Waugh and wife and son, F Doty, Theo Myers, Wm Uutcliinßs, Perry Kewen, Miss 8 X Bradley, OC Morris and wife, Bimon Lory, H Patton and wife, Aug Quack, H P Schmidt, Mrs 8 itocsch. J Johnnton. ruftWßßers Uoiuir Ni...

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

SUNDAY MARCH 2, 1879 Herald Steam Printing House. TUo Hertil-I *ieartt printing llouso Is a )t surpassed hv any Job Printing office oa the Paelflo Coast, outside or San Fran • Isoo, In facilities tor doing Job work. Low prloos, food work and expedition aaa\v be relied upon at this office. Major Toleu brought to this offlee yesterday specimens of sugar cane, grown on the mesa lands, which w« have uover seen surpassed In diameter or richness of saccha rine matter. They were grown alto gather without cultivation aud the stalks came up twenty-five in a bunch. Notwithstanding this rank- neaa of growth, the stalks are two Inches In diameter. There can be no doubt at to tbe adaptability of the Los Angeles valley for the pro duction of a superior article of sugar cane. Whether we can pro fitably engage in its cultivation is another matter. It has hith erto been grown iv those quarters of tho world in which labor la cheap or enslaved. In the Sand wich ~r »Vtti India Islands, and in Louisiana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 2 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tua 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 M root, calls the attention of tbe gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, comprls ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French aud English diagonals, broadcloths, casimeres, Bilk and silk velvet votings and all other fashionable goods. Mr. F. Liudquist, one of the most experienced aud artistic cutters, is connected with this house and will guarauteo a perfect tit in all oases. Jan. 5-tf. New Establishment. J. Blrnbttum, Merchant Tailor, 38 Main street, calls the attention of the gentlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashionable goods, comprising the latest styles of Eng lish and French diagonals, English und Scotch tweeds, broadcloth, cas elmeres, silk and silk velvet vest lags and all other fashionable goods. Gentlemen, if you wish a good fit and g...

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

gtnflflcis Jtcratd. THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. For aught that c ver I could read, Could ever hear by tils or history, Or worm out ot tho oldest inhabitant. Tho course ol true love never did inn smooth. Either it was different in blood. His name being O'liourke, hers bwartzfa ger, or Epponstcin; Or else misgraf t in respect ol years, The lovc-siok hoy bwng aeveuty-liva or eighty. And the girl sixteen or thereabouts. Very likely it itood ou the choice ot friends, His father wanting him to take to wife Tho pork merchant's daughter, while the youth Had a hankering after the girl that Kept tho toll-gate. Or if there was a sympathy in choice, The governor and the hoy Being of the same opinion, war, death, Or>ickness did hty seige to it, or the Oirleaid: "No, your brfdo I can not le," Or words to that effect, thus making it Momentary as a sound, swift as a shadow, Short as a dream or tha butcher's weight, Brief as the lightning in the darkest night That, in a flash, unfolds both heaven an...

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

VOL. XL ivos 3Vus)clc,o jficvahl. ILhAcl eveiy morning except Mon day, IIV .nwmi'ii r>. lynch. TSRr/IS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per tnnum, by mail orexpress 810 Six ir.ouths " " J This* months " . " •••••••• • * Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ....Mistical every Saturday morning. ■ . TKKMS. Hmi ew.iV mail orexpress,oneoopy..>3ot six i ..ntns.i •• " " " ml « tbf» '•. " " " ■»» Ou Adv«i luaatMU lnsortod at >■»«■■• «»'•, rat ' . Ail Kinds ol Job-work dono to < pete with Huh Frnuciwo to l-rlve, Style, nnd Elevnnee »■ Worn. lllAlltfllll*- Morning Telegrams. I'HlkSi .IU. .M dUIHH Anlill,. MojaVE, March il.— Jas Johnson, E O Hills, Mrs Fletcher, E L Mayberry, N 0 Hills, R a Findlev, F Meineick, N (i Campbell, O H Phillips, Mary Bridget Braheny, Jas Baker, Mrs Lester. Mojavb, March 3.—F J Worley, Mrs Trlgue and children, J D Law son, J Rosenberg, Chas Woolvick, Mrs Solomon, children and one servant, Mies Delia Simon. ICei.o S H nil by Fre. Rkno, March...

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

$00 $mU. TUESDAY MARCH 4,1879. -H.J—l— ~~ iiiw— Hi Herald Steam Priniing House. Tho Herald Prtdtiac House Is not surpassed :>y any Job Printing offlce i the Paolilc Coast, outside of Sun Fran tco, la faollitlss for doing Job work, ow pricos, good work und expedition i, be rolled upon at this office. The Milk in the Alaska Coconut. Time was when iho flag of tlie United States inspired aomo respect all over the world. Tt was seen full high advanced In the Mediterra nean and on the high seas. That was before extravagant amounts had beeu spent ou our navy. Sluce the disbursement of fully two hun dred and twenty-five millions of dal'ara under the supervision of S:Oir Bobesou upou American •hips and tailors our navy has been of little account. At tho tima of the Virgiuius outrage we could scarcely get together a few rotten old hulks Iv Ihe Cuban waters. The vessels wo have aro so desperately out of repair that few of them can be started out upou a crulso with any well-founded hops tlia...

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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. — 4 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'iik Hisrald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at. low rates. Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned offer the best rubber paint In the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White .'. shades ln 5 gal. cans, 8! 60 pr gal .■ ~ i .. 1.05 " " V, " 1.70 " y .. 1.80 " Wagon Colors in M " 2.60 " Bought direct from tho manufac turers. serParties will do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore & Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White aud all shades and colors, iv any quantity required. Uuivorsally acknowlj edged to be tlie best and most dura ble In all climates. The genuine to be had in Los Angoles only at Harper, Moore & Co's Agents. O. S. ORIUCK, Gen. Agt., Sau Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. P. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the gen ii...cu u vi ijos Aiij;eies to nts targe s...

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

I Heraoy A Hiesel- Waters. Jas j heimer Whitucy, Johu H Holman, \Y C Wiggin, Col John Isaacs, t-1 in Weston E J Jones, J O Yeary, A C Kellam. Nathan V , PACKAGES. | Grape. Miaa Mattio bawka. Miss Lizzie , Bhaw, Mrs D A Whitman, Mr M Cahill, Ed P liebaamcn, Juan Moore, Miss Laura EBantoza, Carolina Day, Wright L Morgan, W B Davis, Mrs 6 C Phipps, J Taylor, U 0 Adams ( Mary A LABOB LETTEItS. / Whitney, Alice—2 | ttchaucr, Emma Uoimanu, Bichard I. U. DUNKELBEKOEII, P. M. Los Angeles, March3,lß79. ! ABENDROTH & ROOT I MANUFACTURING COMP'Y. i MAKt'FAL'TUREKS OK ■ Root's Wrouc;ut Iron Sectii nal ! Safety Boilers, i Specially Adapted to all W!lnl» a , 9 Purpos-s. Can be paoked In Packages not ex ceeding 150 pounds weight, Ifor Mule or Overland Sliipu.eut. I More than;73,ooo Hors>Powor now In Uso. And higliC'Stawarilrcceivedfrorn the United States Coatonnial Commission. [C7".stuJ for Illustrated Cata'oguc. OFFICE AND VfABBROUIHI SJH Cllirst. New York VULCANIZED RUBBER. NEW YORK Rubbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 March 1879

vOL. XI. * I'.-lisho-ri evPiy morning except Mon day, .lOHE gjH 13. LygfClrJ. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mull or express •» Six months " " J Three months " 14 rf Delivered by carriers, per weefc 2n cents LOSANGELES WEEKLY HERALD >«published every Satnrtlav morning. TKBMB, Ono venr.by until or( , xpreßH f onocoj)y,.s;j:H, Six .nonlns, " " '* " .-1 it Tbr-c *» " " ..1 OC AdvertlKonients inserted at reasonahlo rat Mi AH Kind* of Job-Work dove to Cmiipete with Nnn Prnneluco In ft*rioe,Btyle, nail Kleirnuvo ol Work* ilßAMßhll*. Morning Telegrams. f'it.««',fgera uuiuk aeNftli, Mojaye, March 4.—M Burnham, It Martin, Mrs M Kluley and son, 1 Ludlngton, H linrtcr aud daugh ter, EStur, KA Rico and wife.O 1$ Skinner, wife and two children, L J Larkhurt, Juo Edwards, Juan Arroke. Going south of Los At gclet: II J Clapbam, It Garvey. A value llfrumdiuo. San Bernardino, Marob 4.— Resolved, That we deplore the action of the President in vetoing the anti-Chinese bill ns subversive of I...

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

MARCH 6, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. I The Herai.i -*eun Priuting House la •ol surpassed by any Job Printing ofGoe tbe Paoiac Coast, outside of San Fran- I ilea, In facilities for doing Job work, tow prices, good work and expedition pi m\t tee railed upon at tula office. A ... with a Difference. 1 AU tha superfine ideas of tho pseudo philanthropists havo had their origin ln England. Such men as Wllberforce orlgioatod with tho anti-slavery agitation. Exeter Ball haa been the great focus or ail the sun-rays of the Booriaboola Gba humanity. This element sent William Lloyd Garrison aud others Oser to the United States to propa gate its Ideas, and our Beechers, Wendell Phiillpaes and the rest are ■imply reflections of the English Originals. These men have cared aothlng for tbe arrgrandizeuieut of tha United States. Their whole attention has been riveted upon What they have preached up as great moral au 1 political reforms. Having disposed of tho slavery question, these worthies ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing BOOH makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned offer the best rubber paint lv the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White 4 shades lv 5 gal. caus. $1.60 pr gal .. J " 1.85 " M " 1.70 " " tj •' 1.60 " Wagon Colors in k " 2.50 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. will do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore <fc Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White and all shades and colors, in any quantity required. Universally acknowlj edged to bo the best and most dura ble ln all climates. The genuine to be had in Los Angeles only at Harper, Moore & Co.'s Agents. O. 8. Orrick, Gen. Agt., San Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Augeles to bis large stock of fashionable goods,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 5 March 1879

It is again suggested i...it ;ila«ka be utilized as a peual colony. The first questiou suggested In Mi's oon uection must bo, do we require a penal colony? rind upon lliat point there ia certain to be considerable difference of opinion. If, however, the project were adopted, it is probable that the tendency would be for the Alaska convicts to (liter through, iv lurge or small num bers, and to land finally clther in Biitish Columbia or Oregon. This would bo agree ble neither to tlio British Gov ernment nor the American com munities on tho Pacific C'jast. It Is, of course, possible that a grand national penitentiary system might be established iv Alaska, but if every State had to guard aud sup port its own criminals there, wo should have to cjioose between two courses: Either there must be sep arate systems of imprisonment, each demanding tv larjje expendi tures as tbe State Prisons do now, or there would be such a laxity of discipline that the escape of convicts could not bo pre vent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 March 1879

VOI.. XI. '•'--dished eveiv morning except. Mon day, Bl „ JOBMPH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by m all or express 810 Six months " " J Three months " " ■••••■« .* Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD n published every Saturday moroto*. TICRMM. One venr.by mull orexpress.oncci)py..SaiX Six months. " " " " •••} 'j Thr -c " " -« I* Advertisements. Inserted at reasonable rat w, All Kind, of Job-work done to Compete Willi Nan Fre »••!" <<• Price.Ntyle, iftiisl Kleffitutic ot Wfrfc* rosniblp. Morning Telegrams. Mojavb, Maroh 6.—Miss Wood ward) F MacCreilish, A \V Thomp boh, P C Learned, R Rising, wile ami son, 8 Anselrne, T S French, J M Bern, 8 Huntley Smith, Mrs Nash, M J Thompson, A Branson, P Everts and wife, \V M Clifford, S Norton, (J Berger, J Huntley, R Nttdeau, A Mendelson, A D Da* vies, J D Palomares, J L Soto, T SI Blakeslee, Wm Murphy, Frank Hughes. Lines Wotklns; BAsilf*. San Fuancisuo, March s.—The lines aro working badly ...

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

THURSDAY MARCH 0, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The !le»ni sueam Printing House Is aot aurpassed by any Job Printing offlce oa the Pacific Coast, outside of San I"ran iboo, In faollltlea for doing Job work. I ow prloas, food work and expedition ■\ h.v be relied upon at this office. AT THE DOOR OF ARIZONA. /VZo I.] A BiraVfeye View of tho Country Be'.wwn Ms Asgolea nnd Btunwix~Tho Dejsrt— y " V.~. Tlie Colorado aud Qila. -Qjneral Ma*. The editor of the Hekai.d av&il •d himself or the formal opening of the section or the Southern Pa clflo Railway between Texas Hill and Stauwix to acquire Ids first ex perlenaes of Arizona. It is just three hundred aud thirty-four miles be tween Los Augeles and Stanwix and tbe party which left Los An geles on Sunday last, on the regu lar train, was tho first that ever made the trip by rail further than Texas Hill. Whatever enemies tbe Southern Pacific Railway man agers may have they llud it impos sible to withhold from the Messrs. Stanford, Cro...

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