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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 20 March 1879

VOL. XL utorulng except Mon day, BY .iospjPU r>. L.YNCII. rtfllslS rOR DAILY HERALDS Per nouni, by mall orexpress TO six months " " S I'brte months " " — .** IMovered by carriers, per v/eek, 3ft oeutd 103 WEEKLY HERALD nilwhetl everjrSWnrdAs* morning. IbIRMK. One mall or express ono ropy..B3'* ?'JV :: :: - iIS A Werttsemsnts inserted at reasonable rut . \n Ikludn ol Job-Wursi done to Pompcte Willi staß* rraurlsco lv t»rJc**,*tyle, and Clegauco ol Work* mskiieMV* Morning Telegrams. i*ttf.g«-.iu«>r. i.oiHic a<.ma. Mojave, March 10 —W C! Bash* fnrd Mid wife, B W Lee, 011 Rehlelgb, J E Clepp, W Towle, F l' Fremont, I) W Parkburst, .1 Lewis, ,1 Wain-in und wife, II ]> Underbill, J II Hum, A I'Mure, Mr* J Uixi>y hiid ■on, T Q Estadil lo, Mib O W Wei!!-, Mr S A John son, J Beulley, Mrs Maiz-n, J Southerlaml, L S Gilbert, Chai Jacobs, X Jacob:', Chas Fisher. t°r»l*< Iv v,n l|!-rtntr,lt£ii». Kan Bebnabbt.no, March 19.— We have bad no rain since Febru ary stbi nnd unless it ...

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. — 20 March 1879

I a£csi Anodes gerald. | THURSDAY MARCH 10,1879 ; Herald Steam Printing House. ". rt>e Herald «t«»m ivintlnit House Is not surpassed »>v any .lob Printing ofllce h « l the Paolflc Coast, outside ol" Sau Fran *eo, iv facilities for doing Job work, f it« prices, good work aud expedition <aav be rolled upon at tuts olHce. Tub greenback agitation has of -late sunk to very feeble proportions with resumption au established fact. In tbe last International Mr. Walker has a very able article upon tbe banks and the currency of the United States, in which he assumes Volitions remarkably at variance with the Ideas of those who have clamored for practically unlimited issues of paper money. He under takes to prove'that this country is to-day Buffering from a redundancy of circulation to the extent of three or four hundred millions and he sustains his position by some inter esting statistics conoernlug the cir culation of Great Britain. Not withstanding the immense com merce of the Britis...

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. — 20 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. iii k 11 bra !,d Steam Printing Holism makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., pi luted at low rates.. Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint.! The undersigned nfl'er the best rubber paint in the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White .i shades In 5 sal. cans, f I SO pr gol 1 •• 1.05 " .. „ 1,70 •■ ■• •• <i •• 1.80 " Wagon Colon ln % " '^• 5u " Bought direct from the manufac turers. eeaTParties 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, in any quantity required. Universally acknowl] edged to be tbe best and most dura ble In all climates. The genuine lo be had in Los Angeles only at Harper, Moore & Co.'s Agents. O. S. Ohrick, Gen. Agt., Han Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Vcyessett, No. 7 Spriog street, calls t lie at tent ion of the gen tlemen of I,os Angeles to...

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. — 20 March 1879

£0$ |tunclc<s Almond or Peach. A few years ago large numbers of almoud trees were planted iv this valley with the expectation of a •peedy and large profit from tbe nut*. In but very few instances has tbat hope, thus fur, been rea lised, and in consequence thero is a •disposition to regard these invest ment* as worthless, and iv some Instances the trees have been cut down as cumberers of tlie ground. We cannot undertake to say ■whether this tree will or will not "prove profitable; the only conclu sion that we have been able to ar rive at in tbe matter has been that orchards grown in immediate prox imity to the cert have thriven and produced much more bountifully than those further inland. To -what cause this U due we do uot know, but the correctness of the fact stated can bo easily verified, and If found to be as we have stated, H will be worth the while of those owning almond orchards to investi gate the matter and ascertain the cause. But in any event, there is no necessity to c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 21 March 1879

VOI- XL $0$ §UMjCIc;S gwVitUl •li'llshed eveiy morning except Mon day, BY JOSEPH 13- LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail or express *>" Six months " " J Three mouths " " • » Delivered By carriers, per week la oems LOSANGELES WEEKLY uHRMD published every Snturdav innrmni!. TERMS. One yea:,by mall orexpress.oue c0py..8301 Six months, " " " " Jf Thrie " " " " ~« <*> Advertisements inserted al reasonable rat i i. All Kind, ol Job-Work done tv 1 ....ipeto witn Nu Franel.«o In •■riie.Hty le, and Blocauee ol Work. 111 M11.I11». Morning Telegrams. PsMfnlMH fIOIUK NOUlll. Mojave, March 20—B M An drews, J BScuphatu. W C Childea, C J Hill, Ben 8 Winter, Mrs M H Myers, W H Brown anil wife, H C Winer, A Q Suarpe and fam ily, J P Gillespy, .1 W Beam, Miss I, Riany, Ca|>t Dlnnoii, Mrs Blodgelt, H M Loyd J 8 Miller. w>>rm iikiiifn-tii.ii* I'M, veMtfaai t nllejl. San Francisco, March 20.—The State Central Committee of the Workingmeu's party last evening calhd a State ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 21 March 1879

FRIDAY MARCH 21,1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Here'd smam Printing House la aot surpassed by any Job Printing office 04 the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran laoo, ln faollltlea for doing Job work. I ow prices, good work and expedition n»»v be relied upon at this offlce. Where We Stand. We take from the San Bernar dino Times, of March 10th, tbe fol lowing editorial artiole: The Herald must aot lose its temper. Id taking up an untena ble poeitleu—a position ln support of Standfordism and Shylocklsm— It must expect te be assailed. The Herald in opposing tbe adoption of the new Constitution ia simply doing ln Southern California, what Its twin champion of monopoly,tbe Record- Vnion,\s doing iv tho high er latitudes of tbe State. We con cede that tbe Herald Is a more plausible opponent; that its enmity to tho interest of the people is more artful than tbe unequivocal,straight and open hostility of its Siamese complement in Sacramento, but they are identical in tbe objeatlve po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 21 March 1879

§0$ gjrnatto §taUl FRIDAY" MARCH 217187 fT WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for tbe lieneatof Commerce and Agriculture. Report or observations takou at Los An geles. Cal., March 20,1878. i 2 * ° w a b £ * * ! H _Q , 4:50 A.M. (S0.13 61 89 NE 4 Cl'dy 1;50P. M. SO.ll 01 61 W 9 Cl'dy 8:15P.M. 30 12 68 87 W 4 Cl'dy Maximum Thermometer, 63.0 Minimum ■« 47.0 J. M. Frantz, Sg't, Big. Corps TJ. B. A. LOCAL BREVITIES. Twaddle, twaddle, little Star." Mr. Spear returned to San Fran cisco yesterday. Nothing reforms like reform! Give us some more zmjeros and other salaried officials. White flannels, tho best quality, and at prices that will astonish you, at the Mechanics' store, 49 Main street. We understand that a public meeting of Republicans will be held next week for the organization of a club in the iuterest of the whole party. W. Donlpliau Frazee, Esq., was admitted to practice law in Hie District Court yesterday, on certifi cate from tiie Super...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 21 March 1879

NEW ADVERTIBEMEIWTsT~ The Hygienic Filter t ASH 1 t Water Cooler, i I Thl* invention places wltulo the reach of .wry family the mean, ot procuring 1 pure and wholesome water. It will re- i mot. all decayed animal, vesetable or < foreign matter, mud, sand, alkali, etc., < thoroughly cleansing and also cooling i th. water,by reason of Its being made of < porous pottery, lo a degree healthier ami i pleasaater to drink thau Ice water. HOW THE WATER IS CLEANSED. Vint lne water passes down through four lueb.es of assorted Marine Gravel, then through eight Inches of Patent White Willow and Animal Ckaraoal; then ascends twelve Inches through Fresh Water Band and Marble Dust; then descends again through twelve 1 Inches or Charcoal. Th.Filter, with all Its tubes, Is mado of Terra Cotta, and Is so arranged that all the altering material can be re moved ana repacked entirely wllh new malarial, at a trifling expense. They are manufactured in two sixes, ▼Is: The Family Slxe, to contain f...

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. — 22 March 1879

VOL. XI. „— M i. i, i ii -^iaagg ' * '.I Hilled every morning except. Mon day, ny JOSEPH I. LYNCH. U TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express fIJ Six months " " ° Three months " " J • , Delivered by carriers, per week SB cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ispubllshcd every Saturday morning. TERMS. One yeas, Ay mail orexpress,oneoopy..sßotj ' Six monthß, " •' " " -J ' E , Three ' " "4 0° * Advertisements Inserted al reasonable rat ,s. All Hindi of Job-Work done to (loin pete witn Son Francisco in frice.Style, and Elog-nucc ot Work, mailable*. * i 11 i.i ■ Morning Telegrams. Pn.senp.crs Ccminß- San Francisco, March 21.—The Orizaba galled at 0 o'clock a. m. with the following list of passen gers: Mrs Leverdiug, Mrs M E Simmons, i J H Putnam, W Q Newo'.l & wife, A A Gibson, J F James, B E Crittinger, James \V Wyman, * E Haynes, H Stephens, Mrs G Chambcrdorn.J 0 Movri.oii, Mark Reuey, Wm Clift, Chas Wild, A J Christie Paeeeuitere uoina sonlb. " Mojave, March 21.—E Meach am,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 22 March 1879

pre guides gcniW. jSbcRDAY MARCH £2,1879. phiald j"lnm Printing House. Has Herai i sueain Printing House is MksarpaeseJ by any Job Printing offlce En** Paolßo Cosst, outside of San Fran> ps,|a facilities for doing Job work, HP* prices, good work and expedition ■per tee relied upon at this office. ... "New Counties" and the Me- tropolis. flfmmp ot bell" and "bell bound I feteln" M, with deep humility,we 1 ■tares* ourselves to be, If we accept Eimw Kearney gospel; opposed Ksjisij form of violence Tor opin nan's sake; reverencing, as we do, pN •poach as the Palladium of our EjUbvrties, we are not prepared to ■pdofM pure blackguardism. It Rt somewhat singular that Denis Hjftanirj had to come down to one of Kjla». "cow counties" to strike a deep Hksgralned chord of American man- Kfcpod. Tho coarse and brutal per laaaal assaults of Denis Kearney ■§**• been dignified with the name En? politic!! The fact is that he has Kssn simply a licensed scold who, Kg the old days, in England, would ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 22 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. P The Herald 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 In 5 gal. cans,sl.sopr gal " J ' " 1 » !'?o '• •' t? " LBO " Wagon Color* ln H " 2.60 '• " Bought direct from the manufac turers. B9*Partles will do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harplr, Moore & Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for üße. White and all shades aud colors, in any quantity required. Uuiversally acknowl; edged to be the best and most dura ble lv all climates. The genuine - to be had in Los Angeles only at T 'Harper, Moore & Co.'s Agents. G. S. Obrick, Gen. Agt., _ San Francisco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spriug street, oalls tne atteution of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large ...

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. — 22 March 1879

1S ' Who Hygienic Filter ; ||W ester Cooler. t*T«nt!on places within tho reach EHHmr family th. m«»u ul procurlus ■SBMMW* whof»om» water. It will re- MrV.All <t«e*ye<l animal, vegetable or ■MBa matter, mud, sand, alkali, etc., HMMNMifbijr oleanslug aud aUo cooling IWWWMII.br reason of Its being made or HNai pottery, to a degree benltbiei and RpliMMater to drink: than Ice water. [:pOW THE WATER IS CLEANSED. f the water passes down through ■■Ktßeb.ee of assorted Marine Urnvel, '■IMB through eight iuciie. ot I'ateiu Tolt. Willow and Animal Cbaraoal; «M. aaeends twelve Inches through HP*. Water Sand uud Murhle Dust: Am daacend. again through twelve I KSVllter, with all Us tubes, is made ti,' m nrm Cotta, and Is ho arranged that SpMl Ul. altering material can he re m«T«t and repacked entirely with new ■aattrlal, at a trifling expense. They are manufactured la two sices, j "lU.! The Family Siae, to contain four - gallon.,and tbe Offlce Size, t.> contain , two gallon., of altered ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1879

VOL. XI. Xoo grratit llallAu eveiy morning except Mou day, BY ■ioa>ici J H a lynch. fSHefIS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or expreaa tH" Six month. " " —— 5 4'hrae ujontha " Da Ivered by carriers, per week 28 cents 105 ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD * published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One . oar,by mall orexpross,ouocopy..93ot. Six .ninths, " " " "-J 2 Thr c " -1 <* Advertisements inserted at reasonable rat • til Kind, ot Job-Work done to don.nete wltto Una. Francisco In f.lre.Style, nud Elegance ol Work, uiauonlx*. Morning Telegrams. rasieagtr. uulug Miiiith. Mojave, Marcli 22—J II Bay ley, J B Underwood, W O Barney, LO Sresovlch, T Feuton, H T Scott find wife, Mrs G A Blanch ard, W M Dence, H R Hislop, W C Hlldebrandt, M 8 Feinberg, Mr Slosson a party of five from Rest ing Springs. Kuiclde lv Oakland. San Francisco, March £2.—Dr. A. O, Faruo, a noted character in Oakland, was arrested some weeks since charged with perjury, and gave bonds. Yesterday Ilia bonds men surrend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1879

P SUNDAY MARCH 23,1879. H Herald Steam Printing House. pp fhe Hera'a hi earn Printing House Is p E ajt surpassed by any Job Printing offlce tt, o i the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran «*».lu facilities for doing Job work. |p . aw prices, good work aud expedition &,■%»»>•• relied upon at this office. California and European Wines. Tb* wines of Lot Augeles county are steadily and surely going to H| front. We yesterday bad au Interesting conversation with Mr. L. J. Rose, of Sunny Slope, on tbis ; •abject. That gentleman Informed as that the demand for Los Ange las wines and brandies is so great that very little is vow left In the lower country. He has just re turned from purchasing trips to Anaheim, where he bought 15,000 gallons of wine, and from San Ber nardino, where he has also secured a large quantity. Mr. Base's New York partner is one of the most ex perienced wino men in the United States. This vinicultural expert •ays that there is uo manner of doubt but that tbe chea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1879

§0$ frttgtttf \%mU, SUNDAY MARCH 23, 1879. nVKVIAL. KOTICIS. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, cburohes, etc., will only be Inserted In the Hbbals as paid advertisements, We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, whiob will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for t he benefit of Commerce an d Agrlcul ture. Report of observations taken at Los An gelos, cal., March I2_. 1879. ' ' i Ii E i i *5 i i to o Maximum Thermometer, 68.0 Minimum " 45.0 J. M. Frantz. Sg't, Slg. Corps U. S. A. | CHURCH CHIMES. Catholio Cathedral—Maio street, below "First. First mass at BA. H.; last mass at 10 a. at.; catechism at 2:30 p. v ; vespera at 7:30 P. M. During Lent catechism every day during tbe week at 4 i>. m.; ssrmon on Wednesdays and Sundays at 7:30, and ill: Buttons ol the Crjss on Fridays at 7:30. Catholic Ohubch—Opposite the Plaza. First mass at 5:30 a. m.; second mass at 6:30 a. m.; l.nt mass at oa....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1879

asdasda Ressolution of Soils by the Horti cultural Society. Tbe Secretary of (be Hortioultu nl Society, L. M. Holt, has been 'perfecting a plan of operations for • careful analysis of tbe soils of Southern California, which, if car ried oat as contemplated, must re sult in great (rood to our agricultu ral interests. His plau is as fol lows: Tba Board of Directors appoints a committee of three Intelligent farmers In each locality to select soils for analysis. Each commit tee, acting under directions given by Prof. F. W. Hilgard, of the Btate University, selec'.s several varieties of soils from tho vicinity In which they live, which samples shall fairly represent the various kinds of soils within their jurisdic tion. These soils are to be put up lv duplicate—one portion in v tiu can for analysis aud another portiou in a glassjar for deposit aud exhibition iv the office of the Sec retary of the Society. Tbe cuss and jars are to be numbered tie re ceived by the Secretary, and a rec ord ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 March 1879

VOL. XI. §0$ SUgclcs gmM. ■ .hitnti«rj every morning except Mon day, by ■IQBKPH U. L.yJJC'H. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Par annum, by mall or express W Six months " " 5 Tbrae month« " " ° Delivered by oarrlers, per week 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD 1» published every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oneyeoi.by mail or express,onecopy..»Bl* Six months, " " " "-J « Three " " " " " -IW. Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat». All Kind* Ol Job-Work done to •join pete with Hmm rraucinoo in r>ric»,Htrle, and Eloaraaee of Work, manahlp. Morning Telegrams. Hit.ee.'Kt-r. It"!-. Month Mojave, March 25.— G. McCra kin, J. S. Lloyd, Mrs. J. E. Lone, B. Dadsit, Mrs. S. Daly, J. M. Shannon and wife, Geo. S. Irish, A. G. Donnelly, J. B. Harris, B. Smith, B. Gerard, J. Pedelaborde and two soldiers, J. Deßarth Shorb, C. E. Murtell, L. Bolker, H. J. McKuslck, L. C. Paine and wife, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Oatman, S. C. Stow, J. M. Martin, W. Edwards, N. G. Jones and wife, H. Tombook el, W. Geary, Parish King ...

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

1879. WS Herald Steam Printing House. | the Herat.i WMm Priming House Is E|(Mt surpassed hr any Job rrlutinsol_.ee lii'l the Pacific Coast, outside of Sau Fran fe -SOO, In facilities' lor tloln„ job work, prices, food work and expedition relied anon at this offlce. |K>J* Isof course far easier to draw a HRm picture of tho evils from Vblcb a people suffer than it is to effectual remedies for CertalDly putting the State Kp California iv a communistic jacket la not such a IpN_Bedy. Tbat corporations have p'ktwae overshadowing, that the VMUnof railways especially have R become imperious aud overboar f log, that the rich have become | richer and t_e poor poorer during p* the past decade no oue can venture I to dispute. Such a stato of things I Is to be heartily deprecated, butin- \ Judicious and precipitate efforts at | reform are apt to work ruin where r before there was only iuconveni •""Dßce. To our mind the remedy for [ political and social evils lies in two | things—leaving the L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 March 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald 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 In 6 gal. cans, $1.50 pr gal •• •• 1 " 1.05 " % '• 1.70 " U ■' 1.80 " Wagon Colors ln y t " 2.60 " Bought direot from the manufac turers. teTParties will do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore & Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averlll Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White and all shades and colors, In any quantity required. Universally acknowl] edged to be tbe 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. Obhick, Gen. Agt., San Francißco. Merchant Tailor. Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring street, calls the attention of the gen tlemen of Los Angeles to his large stock of fashio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 March 1879

asdsad A BOHEMIAN DREAM. Ts» Jjuids Hlrtory of tie Ohbi P»k Boasation-How Two Reporters Put tkeir Hoods Together to' Hoax U« World—A Scheme Which WooH Have Boqoired Mors Cheek than Capital. I From the Virginia City C hronicle, March 21.] The Chan Pak Kwai seusation, which it now agitating the press from San Francisco to Chicago, has bean written up quite extensively tn tbe San Francisco papers, ami they give what purports to be a thorough expose ot tbe whole affair. It was charged by th* Sau Fran olsco papers that a reporter of tbis paper waa one of three in a plot to Mod a spurious Chinese lecturer Bait to influence public opinion In favor of the Chinese on this coast. SAW DAVIS'S STATEMENT. Mr. Davis gives the following version ot tbe affair, which may be railed upon as the only correct ac count yet published: When Mr. Davis was iv San Francisco last May attending tbe Musical Festi val, be met Chester Hull, a reporter connected with the Chronicle. Hull and Davis were old chums, an...

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