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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 6 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'iiEHmio Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., priuted at low rates. Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned offer the best rubber paint in the market, mixed roady for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White .i shades ln 5 gal. cans,Bl.so pr gul •• •• 1 •' 1.«5 " W " 1.70 " •' •' V •' 1.80 « Wagon Colon, in )l " 2.50 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. JfiTParties will do woll to call on U9 before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore & Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White and all shades and colors, iv any quantity required. Universally BOkBOwl" edged to bo the best and most dura ble Iv all climates. Tlie genuine to be had in Los Angeles only at Harper, Moore & Co.'a A2ents. O. S. Okkick, Gen. Agt., San Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of tlie gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock ...

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. — 6 March 1879

Zoa gkvaM. Twice Buried. What I am about to relate, in credible as it may seem, Is perfect ly true, and occurred some years ago on board a ship in which I waa then serving my time. We were thirty-five or forty days from home, had crossed the line, aud were get ting; the first of the southeast trades, when our second mate be gan to break down. Ho had joined tbe Teasel In bad health, but seem ed to get better iv the tropics; and now again he fait himself gradually ■inking. There was "" doctor ou board, oujj'Buip not carrying pass engers Ufiat voyage; but it was easy to sjfo be waa iv a rapid decline. How sorry we ail were! Everybody liked him—a kind, considerate officer; a cool, skillful seaman, ■omewhat reserved perhaps, but not cold; never asking auy one to perform a disagreeable or dangerous duty without lending a hand him self. And there ho lay dying—so young, handsome, strong. Oh! it seemed hard! The song and laugh were hushed around tbe decks, our steps fell light as we passed o...

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 March 1879

VOL. XI. tdl.h.d every morning except Mon day, by .lOSKI'H 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall orexpress .10 Six mouths " " Jj Thrje months " M a Doilvered by carriers, per week 26 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD •■ ihlis'.iod every Saturday morning. TERMS. One fWtJw mall or express, one copy,. Wot Six 'iionthx, " " " " ...1 it 1 Ur " " ...1 00 Advertisements inserted al reasonable rut '■. .11 Kinds ol Job-WorK dliue to ri.mpe-te wltti Sim Francisco lv Pr.ee,Style, ami Elesraaioo ol Work, ■unuablo. Morning Telegrams. I'nHseßirerN fjti.fnx sseisln, Mojavk, March 6.—Henry Jouer, J Kenealy, 1) I, Parkhtirst, .1 W Cox, John William,, North Wil cox, James Muir nnd wife, R li Baflbld, 0 W Toier, J Healy, Mrs R Goldsworthy, H B Welch, C J Hutchens, wife iinil children, C'lius Frankenthal. Heuer>.l Niw, fruin *4i>«!ram«tit<>. Sacramento, March C—Frank MoOopplu, Harbor CotntnlMlODer at San Francisco, to-day Bled his offlolal bond of fifty thousand dol lars with ...

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. — 7 March 1879

FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. rue Herat! xinam printiug House ls •ol surpassed by anr Job Printing office " i the Pacific Coast, outside of Sau Fran iseo, la facilities for doing Job work. 1 o» prices, good work and expedition i ny bo relied upou al mis office. AT THE DOOR OF ARIZONA. [No. 2.] Tnaa—Tha Old Fort-Th» Tama Indians tVnltar Oustom!-A Bhort Chapter of Their History—A Torminal Eailwaj Station— ' Tho Aborigine Abal-Tlio Indian Method of Farming—Personal Notes. Whoso makes the trip from LO3 Angeles to Stauwix may not con sider bis fare luxurious or his per sonal comfort greatly advanced, but bs certainly sees much to In terest him if ha has never made tbe trip before. Yuma itself con sists of a principal street running at right angles with the river aud a few lanes aud side streets. The Visitor will be surprised to learn that there are about eighteen hun dred souls In its narrow limits. Tbe -dwellings are much of such a de scription as those of Sonora iv...

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 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printod 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 pricee: Whito j, shades iv 8 gal. cans. Sl.lWpr gnl i •• i.« " - " % " 1.70 M V „ 1.60 " Wagon Colors lv y t " 2.60 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. BSS~Partles 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 and all shades and colors, In any quantity required. Universally acfcnowlj edged to be tlie best and most dura ble ln all climates. Tho genuine to be had in Los Angeles only at Harper, Mooro & Co.'a Agents. O. S.UKKICK, Gen. Agt., Ban Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No, 7 Spring Btreet, calls tne attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashio...

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 March 1879

NEW TO-DAY. $30,000 WORTH I" ....0F.... Furniture, Carpets. Etc., TO BE CLOSED OUT WITHIN ONE WEEK, Commencing Thursday, March 6th, TO MAKE ROOM FOR 3STE"W STOCK AND REPAIRS ON BUILDING, AT THE OLD STAND OF DOTTER <fc BRADLEY, 80, 82 & 84 MAIN STREET, TERMS STRICTLY OASH„ iur.ll Holly & Magoon's CULTIVATOR, MAN U FACTTRED HY Holly ft. Magoon. / Stony ruint,Sonoma County, y —AND— 'Holly & Jones, f Lakevllle, Sonoma County. Jones' Patent. May 29, 1877, THIS CULTIVATOR is made by pra< tical men, after years of experience, and batter meets tlie wants of California farmers than anything before offered. Made of tlio best material (with wood or iron frame) aud warranted In every respect. PRICES REASONABLE. OUR NEW DOU BLK-I'.OX WHEEL I* a decided improvement, lo wliich wp wish to call tho especial attention of those who would secure the best and most durable. OUR STRAIGHT CHISEL CTLTIVA TOKS (Patent appl.e 1 fm ) are self-sharpening and made of the bjst cast sieel, with a...

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. — 8 March 1879

VOL. XI. ■ luiicl every morning except Mon day, .1 QggFH 1>- LYNCH. vermis FOR DAILY HERALD: Per innura, by mail or express 8U 1 Six months " " » Throe months " " ,J Doilvered by carriers, per week ceiiis LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALC . ihllsheri every Hatnrdav morning. TERMS. Ono twtttot mall <iroxprnss,onocopy.. MM Six nontfn, » " " "-J « lU re " " •• '• " ...1 0(1 Ad vertUementj Inserted at reasonable rat • All Kinds ot Jol>-Work dona t« Horn pete wltb km. Frauelofo lv I'rlce.Htyle, and Elegance »( Work. maiianlD. Morning Telegrams. |*m>net,|fe*N UoluK WottHl. Mojave, March 7.—John Mans field, Mrs A M Widiicy and daughter, Wm Jenkins and fami ly, John Wallace, Lovely Wyatt, Joe Wyatt, Henry duly, Miss Braille.". Nill, Fi-him-I.co niiih.l.. Han Francisco, March 7.— Wheal —No. 1., $1 G7i©l 71$; No. 2, $1 65® 1 G7J. Barley—CouH, Go® 68lc. Oats—S>l 05©1 50. Corn- Large yellow, 88Jc, small yellow, $1; while, 92J@950. Hay-s7@l6. l'otatois—Humboldt reds, $I@l 15; Petalumae an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 March 1879

SATURDAY MARCH 8,187?. Herald Steam Printing House. me Ilerai-i -oeam punting House ls so; surpassed by uny Job Printing otttee • i live Pacific coast, outside of Sau Fran awe, Iv facilities for doing Job work. I prices, good work and expedition , a* ba relied upon ut this otnee. While the situation iv California Is highly fayorable to a Democrat ic success'lu the State aud Con gressional elections this fall, evory- Urtng will depend upon the char "licter of the nominations mado. Tbe party needs to put forward Its very best men. The veto has un douttedly paralyzed the Republi can parly and a re action has «et ln which will leave tho Working men's craft stranded high aud dry, a fit subject for tho nttenlion of po litical wreckers. Wllh proper nominations—nominations which will represeut the brains and in tegrity of the parly—tho Democ racy cau hope not only to regain the adherence of the great mass of those who have wandered from the fold but a largo Republican vote as well. Indicati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 March 1879

§w gate's §fc£ML ti ATURDA.Y~7.~.. MARCH 8. 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. Tha facilities of tbe Hkkai.d Steam Printing House for doing job work are not surpassed lv California outside of San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rates. HVKCIAI. NOTICK. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc.. will only be inserted in tho Herald as paid advertisements, We reserve, for Places of Worship,agrat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division ql Telegrams aud Reports for the heuefltof Commerce and Agriculture. Report of observations taken at I.os An goles, Cal., March 7, 1879 a 9 6 i z ■= 0 ad 1 .?" > 5= ~3j01enr lHjOleur llClear Maximum Thermometer. Cfl.O Minlmnm " 45.0 .T. M. Fhantz. Hg't, Wig. Corps U. 8. A. LOCAL BREVITIES. Boat goods and lowest prices at Hiley & RothchiM's. If the oranges are small this year they ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 8 March 1879

I gtnqetc-s gcvald. Sunbeams. A boy travelled from Qulney, 111-, to Deadwood and back without a cent, yet rode all the way. As an able deadhead, bo rivals a mem ber of Congress. The State National Hank of Raleigh, N. C, has chosen Mrs. M. C. Williams a Director and Presi dent, to take the placo of her late husband. Leo XIII Is an excellent scholar, and lately produced oue charming ■tanza in Latin on the occasion of a well-knowur'photographer visit ing Rome 'to take pictures of the Curia./* Mtrtv Clemnier says that in a OOTtaln circle of Washington socio *ty the cry i?, "The Whilo House Is too stupid for me. Wait till the Grants come back. Then we shall i see elegance." A fishing boat from Berck (fas de Calais)lately encountered anoth er boat driven about helplessly by the winds. On boarding It the orew found eight corpses stiffened with cold. The Russian Government has offered special privileges to such i among the medical students as will | volunteer te offer their services to medi...

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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. — 9 March 1879

VOL. XI. cSojs guides gtm*W.. ■ Hiihoil eveiy morning except Mon day, BY ■ ■ lOSrSPII U. LYNCH. r£ftifl3 FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mull orexprcss B!tj Six months " " ° Tbrae months •' " 6 Delivered by carriers, per week 2j cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY iiERfUD s published every Saturday morning. TfcIRMR. One veu;,hy mall orcTpre»s,onecopy..i3 l Jt Six months, « " " " --| 'J Thr-e ' " " --1 <* Advertisement!] Inserted at reasonable rat m, All Itludn. ol Job-Work dono to itiminete witli Ham Francisco In Price, Style, and Elegance ol Worli* niniit-lilx*. Morning Telegrams. I'ltM.t-imi-rM Melliar *.r,u|». Mojave, March B.—H C Rolfe, Miss Rolfe, J Cunningham, Miss Cunningham, Hattie Vaughn, O W Spencer, A H Hart, J 0 Young, 8 Ryan, J H Bostwick, W E Moure. F S Holt. Man Frnnrlse.. MarlHMn, San Francisco, March. B.— Wheat— milling and shipping, 721- Barley—coast, 62J© 67Jc; brewing, $1 12}. Oats—sl® 1.40. Corn—large yellow, BK}c; small round do, $1©1.02J; white, 90©95 c. Hay—s7@ls Pot...

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. — 9 March 1879

f SUNDAY.." MARCH 9, 1879. | Herald Steam Printing House. 1•' The Her." > xtoam I'rimlos House is f tol surpassed by any Job Printing office I- ■ i tbo PaclOc Coast, outside of Sau Vran fisco, lv facilities for dolos job work. ■- low prices, good work and expedition I naw bo rolled upon at this office. Coming in the Front. We have enjoyed the pleasure of * somewhat-exteuded conversation With Mrf'C. T. Cutler on south eaeUl'hArlzona and Sonora. This ■ehtlsmau, whose opportunities for ■for mln a oorrect Impressions of the country which be discussed have been very thorough, expresses a v*ry high opinion of the mining capabilities or south-eastern and •outh-western Arizona. He speaks In very high terms of the Oro Blanco and Arivaca districts anil In even higher terms of (he Tomb atone. Mr. Cutler doubts very much whether Arizona will ever develop lodes so extensive as the Comstock, but this disadvantage will be made up by the number and richness of the small deposits. The Tombstone d...

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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. — 9 March 1879

... ?*INTIKO of Legal rlpts, etc., i"" ' ' Paint! the best ruouerparn n- the market, mixed ready for use, nil shades and colors, at tho fo!'. • ..rices: 1 White .1 shades tn 5 eal. cans, $1.60 pr gal " t •• i.co " I •• ii " 1.70 " }| •• 1.80 " Wagon Color* in y, " 2.50 •• Bought direct from the manufac turers. WaK"Tat tics 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 aud all shades and colors, in any quantity required. Universally acknowlj edged tn be the best and most dura . bleluall climates. The geuuine to be had in Los Angeles only at r Hurpei, Moore & Co.'s Agents. O. 8. Orrick, Gen. Agt., San Francisco. * Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring •treet, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large •took of fashionable goods, compris -4 Ing the latest styles of English and Scotch tweeds, French and English diagonals, broadcloths, castme...

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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. — 9 March 1879

g,os gmtfl Sunbeams. During 1878 Puget Sound export ed I*o,ooo tons of coal and 200,000, --000 feet of lumber, and employed 600 vessels. Conservatives are reported to he acquiring voting qualifications in Midlothian, Scotland, Iv order to oppose Mr. Gladstone. Although women aro now al lowed to practice law in all the courts of Ohio, not one is permitted to act as a notary public. The rivalry between the Gray and Bell telephones is likely to be (ought out in Boston, where each company has begun a lawsuit to compel the other to cease the use of the disputed invention. An undersized burglar made the blunder of breaking into a big man's room in a Toledo hotel. Tho big man awoke, saw that bis pock ets were being rilled, grasped the undersized burglar, aud shook him until he became a submissive cap tive. Chinamen wear five buttons only on their coats, that, they may keep in something to remind them of the Aye principal moral virtues which Confucius recommended. These utejev. humanity; y....

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 March 1879

VOL. XL £0$ $mU, llvhfel svSr, morning except Mon day, — BY ■ iiWKI'H 13. LYNCH. ret!Ml FOR DAILY HERALD: Ft annum, by mall or express ~10 Mix anonths " " ° Thrse moulha " »««hj , Delivered by carriers, per week 26 conn LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD s |~ibltshed every Saturday morning. TEEMS. Ono yoe-.by mall orexpress.ono c0py,.8300 Six montbs, " " " " ...1 <£ Tlir-e '■ " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted at roasonable rat it* ail Kinds of Job-Work done to Compote wltu Nasi Francisco In l-rlee.tuylo, and Elegance ot Worb< uinuahlx*. Morning Telegrams. Passengers Cernins San Francisco, Maroh 11.—The Orizaba sailed at 0 o'clock A. SI. with the following list of passen gers: H Potter aud wife, H Wright. J Frolevson, J Corrriok, W RW'illet & wife, Miss Flnlngcr, B F Frauk and son, Miss A Frank, C Honuiug, F Miller. r.-H-i usern ctainv stouti,. Mojave, March 11.—Barlow, Wilson, Primrose & West minstrels anil sixteen people, Geo S Ander son and twenty-eight soldiers, I A Sawyer a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 March 1879

<£o* jUpclcs gcvald. Hugely Hoazed. About a ruonlh aco a little box was forwarded from Sau Francisco, Irom one offlce to anolber along the Southern Express route, which has been used lo perpetrate ouo of the most ludicrous hoaxes on record. With its career in the upper coun ties we have nothing to do. From Los Angeles to Yuma, Colton and Ban Bernardino, we have. Mr, H. R. Smith, traveling of the Express Company, was given the box at Los Augeles aud warned that it contained jewelry too val uable to trust to the ordinary meaus of transport, eautioued to keep the box upon his person, and not to close his eyes iv sleep till lie de livered tho precious contents to Mr. Jones,in Yuma. Arriving in Yuma, after a trip iv which he imagined every sage bush or yellow cac tus a road agent, ln a stato of fever ish fear, he found a telegram direct ing him to open the box and he would find the address on tlie in side. He opened it with moist brow aud trembling fingers, and found himself—oh, horro...

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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. — 13 March 1879

VOI.. XI. lulled Aver) rooming except Mon day, JIY .______[ v. i.vxun. TE3IV.S FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall orexpress 810 Six months " " ! Three months " " .•••■•» 8 Delivered hy carriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANBELES WEEKLY HERALD •> [iiibliMlu'il every Saturday morning. TKRMS. One yeus.by in«ti or t-xpress.one c0py..5300 Mix nionitw, " " " — 1 * f Thr t . « « M •« « ...1 00 Advertlriomentri inaortod al reasonable rut mi. All Kladsi ot Job-Work done to iNintpete with Mftv Pranclieo ln I'rice.Ntyle, nu<l Elokbuco of Work* mnußtalDa Morning Telegrams. PasitinieerH •utiinit; Nou.u. Mojave, March li—M B Collier, Mrs I. M Collier, Admiral Ban ning, A W Sleson, L Wolfakill, L C Anderson and wife, D C Evans. Mra Barnlitim, A L Moeller, Mrs T B Williams and three children, C Angell, N McCarthy, J Morrilla, II Crossmlrp, C Simmons, A B Coloy, Frank Smith, J P Chapman. a Rite t*tr« in Or«v«M. Portland, March 12.—A dis patch from Ashland, Jackson county, says adestructive fire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 March 1879

THURSDAY.... ..MARCH IS, 1579. Herald Steam Printing House. The Deraiii steam. Priming House Is not surpassod by any Job Printing offlce ou the pacific Coa3t, outside or San Fran isco. In facilities for doing Job work, J ow prloes, good work and expedition i ay be relied upon at tills office* The New Constitution and Taxation. No one can dispute the fact that there bavo been cross inequalities Id taxation In California. Partial ity haß been so rampant, aud there hare been so many capitalists in this State who havo answered to every characteristic or a cormorant, that, except as the champion of the needy am] tlie poor, we should Lot raise our voice were the cor templated remedies never so radi cal. The framers of the new Con stitution claim lhat they have sought to remedy these inequal ities, and it is quite possible that they were sincere iv their inten tion to effect a salutary reforma tion. But nothing is more certaiu than that the best iuteuilcd legisla tion on financial topics h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 13 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tun Herald Steam Printing House makes a jpecialty of Legal Printing. Briets, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned oner the best rubber paint in tbe market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White a shades ln 5 gal. cans, 51.50 pr gal ■• '• 1 •• I.SS " ■« " % " 1.70 " O •' 1.80 " Wagon Colors ln " 2.50 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. gssTPartles 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 and all shades and colors, in any quantity required. Universally acknowlj edged to be tlie best and most dura ble ln all climates. The genuine to be had In Los Angeles only at Harper, Moore & Co.'s Agents. O. S. Orrick, Gen. Agt., San Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fa...

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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. — 13 March 1879

1 ?&0$ |taht. Arizona Legislation. The Legislature passed sixty-five bills; of the sixty-five, the ones treating of forfeitures or corporate franchises; of offices and officers; of larceny; of the administration of counties; of County Treasurers, Col lectors and Boards of Supervisors; ofthe Territorial Prison; of super vlters' clerks; making Probate Judgeships elective; increasing the fees of district attorneys; of court reports and reporters; of official bonds; of the legislative apportion ment; of appeals from justices' courts; the appropriation bill; of real property; of the general incor poration of railroads; creating Apache County; of the taxation of mortgages; of incorporations; and of publio schools; twenty in all, have some general beaiiu'tt upou the afl!>lxs of the Territory at large, i he rest are either private, or refer to some local or county matters. Six chango the names of various people; eight provide for the build ing of roads; fourteen apply to par ticular ...

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