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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Tub Herald Steam Printing HOUSB makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., pi inlod at low rates. 1000 People Wanted immediate'!/ AT THE CESTfIAL MARKET, N*o. :i7 SPniKQ ST.. To buy Sugar-Cured Hams at 124 c, Sides at 10c, and Beef at l: , Mut ton, do. The Highest Market Price paid for Beaf Cuttle, Mutton Sheep, Hogs, Calves, etc. ml) 28 lm Rubber Pamt! Rubber Painl! Tho undersigned offer the best rubber paint in the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White * shade* In I eat. cani.tl.Sq pi' gal •• i •• i.v h If " « " 1.70 " •' V •' I. M 0 " Wagon Colors In i£ " 2.50 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. will do well to cull on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore & Co. Tho Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White and till shades and colors, In auy quantity required. Universally ucknowl edged to be the best and most dura ble iv all climates. The genuine to ...

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. — 12 April 1879

go* linalil. Supplemental Great Register. Tlie following is v copy of a cir cular signed by Hie Governor and Attorney General, aud addressed to the Boards of Supervisors of the various counties: Tbe law which provided for the calling of the Constitutional Con vention, provides also for tbe sub mission of the Constitution which the Convention framed to a vote ol the people ou the 7th day of May ensuing. It also makes all persons who were by law entitled to vote for members of the Assetebly vo ters at the election for Delegates. It is, therefore, clearly the right of all persons to vote at tlie election for the adoption or njeetiou of the Constitution who would be quali fied to vote for members of the As sembly. While there c m be no question as to the right of all such persons to vote, there is some doubt as to whether the election laws, con strued strict4y anil literally, wool 1 secure to all tlio exercise ol that right. Au Act entitled "An Actcouceruiug special elections," approved...

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. — 13 April 1879

VOL. XL . MshlHl eveiy morning except Mon day, hy JOMKHH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Por annum, by mall or expresa 810 Six months " " J I hrje montha " " « ■ Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 oents LOS WEEKLY HERALO Isnhhttaaed every Saturday morning. TERMS. One > os.-.by mail orexpress,oneoopy..s3oti Six months, " " •' " ...1 it Thr;o •• " " " " ...1 Oil Advertisements Inserted at reasonable r^tja. All Kinds ol Job-Work dome to uomptu with Nn.. Francisco lv I'rlee.Slyle, nnd Elegance ol Work. lUaimhlD. Morning Telegrams. I'a.aenirer. g'dug .lontli Mojave, April 12.-1, Altermer, J W Slaveu, Joe Marzen, A Rlve rla, W Bishop, H W James, F E Woodruff, J Hamilton and son, JS Ackerman, \V M Gtvlu, Wm r Wallace, Thos C Connor, F P Fos ter, Sam Prager, I S Kalloch, Geo W Marston, J C Fleming, wife and two children. Mau rrnueiseo Market*. San Francisco, April 11.—But ter—The market ia well supplied, but ratea remain steady and un changed, as annexed: Fresh roll California, fancy...

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. — 13 April 1879

SUNDAY APRIL IS, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Hera.ni steam Printing House is aot surpassed by any Job Priming offloe oa tha Pacific Coast, outside ol San Fran . tseo, In facilities for doing Job work. (OW prioes, good work and expedition auw ba railed upon at this offlce. A Protections Exponader. "Among all the efforts or tbe "venal press, the penny-a-liners V "anil debauched vagabonds wbo "put forth tbelr shallow objections "to tbe Constitution, I have not "read or seeu one worthy of con sideration."—John U, Downey in the San Francisco Cttronicle. Now we beg to Inform his little ex-aceldeucy that we don't propose to be talked of in that slyle with out vengeance "in heaped meas ure, filled full and running o'er." We confess that this is nervous language of tbe ex-Governor's, aud we carry this confession further to the point that this putative com munication to tbe Chroniole be trays more logical arrangement aud more conform ity to tbe rules •f syntax than tbe ordinary pro...

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. — 13 April 1879

BUyD T APRIL 13. 1879 Herald Printing Hoot*. The faelllti ~ _ Printing Housf' the HEBAI.D Steam surpassed In c .uolng job work are not Francisco and 8a° m "- oulß °' Ban trustedtous will mento - All work en uos. and dlspatch" oou -° dwl - n , ne ,'-- rat9g tho lowest living Hereafter notices of co ties, churches, etc., will ol a " ."' . "," in the H.HAi.n as paid ad & lusert « u We reserve, for Places of Wot, men ,' ts directory, which will ap', p, * grat " Sunday morning. r every WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division ul Telegrams and Reports ihe henefltof Commerce and Agriculti. Ueport of observations taken at Los A" gales, Cal., April 12.1879. ti 1 ■ I I I i •-. g 1 e I a a is = * p i 1 J f i I 1:50 *. nr. 29.90 49 75 " JNE Mjiea 1:60 p.m. SO OS 61 01 W 7 Fair 8:15 P. M. 80.07 53 77 SW .1 Cl'd Maximum Thermometer, 61.5 Minimum " 47,5 J. M. Frantz, Sg't, Big. Corps if. S. A. CHURCH CHIMES. Catholic Cathedra!.. — Main street, below First. First Mass at Ba. m.- las...

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. — 13 April 1879

Jtrtaltl. Farm Items. I Downey The wire-worm, we understand, ■ is at work Id some localities. -01 We are told that the peach trees r are hanging full of fruit. -, The recent rain has greatly re vived the barley ou the mesas, as suring a pretty fair hay crop, j,, Fraukel brothers shipped 430 dozen eggs to Sacramento last Thursday. That is tbe first ship ment ever made from Downey to that point. Tbe farmers generally seem de termined to take no chances. Tbey are using water pretty freely on "'tbeircorn laud. Eagan & Standifer, of Ranchito, are vow delivering fifty tons of corn ' " at Diwney depot to be shipped to .v Aotioch distillery. A gentleman wbo has been riding over tbe country Informs us tbat he never saw the early corn looking betttr than at present. The following aro the shipments at Downey depot for tlie week end ing the 11th: Exports—Hogs, 3 car loads (233, weighing 60,000 pounds); one bull, 2,000; merchan dise, 4,31». Total—o-LSI6. Im ports—Merchandise, 11,565 pouuds. ...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 15 April 1879

VOL. XI. $<j<s guides gmitttl. ' -Mslied every inorntug except Mon day, — ny .It)HICl J ll I>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express tljj Six tp.oathß " ! '1 hr3e months " 11 J Delivered by carriers, per week 25 oents LOSANUELES WEEKLY HERALD rsi'nhlhhed every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oue year,by mall or expross.one copy..f3oC Six months, " " " " ...1 'f Thrse " " ...100 Advertisements inserted at reasonable All Kinds ol Job-Work ilone to Vompete wltb 8a« rrawilseo In ."rU'e.Niyle, nnd Elejcnuce ot Work* tUKII.bID. Morning Telegrams. rm.eiiffers Koluv Sou ill. Mohave, April 13 —J G Wer llu, H s Sanders, C C Chapman, D R Harris It C Pearson, N D Chamberlain, C A Sumner, RH Ward, W W Croop, Flt Farral. Mohave, April 14.—F G Green lug, C H Marks, C D Jones, Geo A Blanchard, 8 Comstock, C Hay monil, A A Cohen, D Lake, Judge Crocker, A D Hart, A L Rhodes. Si ►» tt,, rii Indlnn, K.stle.i,. Cheyenne, W. T., April 14.— The latest news from the Powder River an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 15 April 1879

s£os rjutgclcs gmttUl TUESDAY APRIL 15, 1879 A Common Sense View. We despair, lo a time of excite ment like the present, of making a portion of our readers believe that ' tlie Herald Is in hearty sympathy With the poorer classes as against the rloh. However warmly we may hug to our hearts this old - fashioned Democratic feeling, there •re followers of Kearney ami de votees of the new Constitution who , Will not bslieve ns. To attempt to reiustate ourselves in the good •pinion of these persons would be hopeless just now, and we shall for bear the effort. Our duty as a jour- Bills', however, Is exigeut, and we Should violate our conscience were W» (o neglect to present lo our readers what to us appears to be tb* outlook. Waiving argument to enforce our belief that the old Constitution is Inconipirably better than the new, •nd that its replacement by tbe lately Incubated nr; mic law would work injury Instead of benefit, we think it will be conceded that its adoption would be followed b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 15 April 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'he Herald Steam Printing Hit- i: makes a specialty of Legal Printing Briers, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. 1000 People Wanted Immediately AT THE CENTRAL, MARKET, No. 3T SPRINO ST., To buy Sugar-Cured Hams at 124 c, Hides at 10c, and Beef at 4c , Mut ton, do. The Highest Market Price paid for Beef Cattle, Muttou Sbeep, Hogs, Calves, etc. mb2B lm Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned offer the best rubber paint la tbe market, mixed reaily for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White A shades In 5 gal. cans, $1.60 pr gal " •• 1 •• LM " « " 1.70 " O •• I.go " Wagon Colors ln '-, " 2.60 " Bought direot from the manufac turers. B®~ Par ties will do well to call on us before purchasing elsowhere. Harper, Moore & Co. The Best is the Cheapest. Averlll Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White aud all shades and colors, In auy quantity required. Universally acknowl edged to be tbe best aud most dura ble in all climates. The genuine t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 15 April 1879

poj §tn\U\. WANTS- LOST-FOUND. LOST. By Gen.SlonemoD, betwe3Q Reservoir No. 6 and Court House, A BLACK LBATHKK BAU. The tinder can obtain a suitable reward by leaving it at the Water Co'a office. a 13-31 Situation Wanted, By a competent woman, to do general house work; no objection to country. City references given. Enquire at No. U>, tsantevaln street. lw-aplll Rooms and Board. Qsutlemei. and their wives and siugle gents can be accommodated with board and flue, large, sunny, front rooms, con talnlng all modern conveniences and homeoomtorta. at the KIMBALL MANSION, New Hta-h street, only one block from the Postomce and Court House, and •ommandsacharmtng view of mountain and valley. JelBtf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOB SALE. SIXTY ACRES OF GKOWIKU BAR LEY on the Ballona Rancbo. The crop Is In Ant-class condition and gives pro mise of a larg* yield. Apply at the house of MANUEL CARIAGA, at the Ballona. aia-lw TO RENT. TWO FURNISHED HOUSES, one block from the Postofllce; one suitable for a...

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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. — 16 April 1879

VOL. XL '•i ■•tishod evei y morning except Mon day, BY JOSEPH JO. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall nr express $10 Six months 11 " g Three months *• 11 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 36 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD fa pnntlahed every Saturday morning. TERMS. Ono year, by mai 1 orexpresx,one oopy..B3t)i Six months, » " " ™ ...1 it Thr.ie ' « " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat as. All Kinds of Jab-Work done to rain pete wltb Nn» Franeleco In friee,stylo, nnd F.lognuee ol Work, tn a, II bd In. Morning Telegrams. I'Miseucrr* IE..IHK South. Mojave, April 15th. —Mrs M J Goodrich, F H Atwooil, I, T Hag gin, Judge D BTerry, J H Redding ton, wife and daughter, Ii E Houghton, S VV Uacku*, R E Avrlck aud wife, Judge P T Colby and wife, Mrs Greathouse, Mr Garber, W L Chalmers, 8 Tull and wife, J H Campbell, W L Oge, B W Marshall, JTlbbelt, J H Marvin, H £ Rankin, W A Williams. Olßclnl NollflcMtluu. VVashinoton, April 14.—Tho Department of State to-day re c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 16 April 1879

2Eo!> guirjckji Jfcratfl WEDNESDAY....APRIL 16. 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herald stream Printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office on the Pacific Coast, outside of Ban Fran -4 leeo, ln faculties for doing Job work. I ow prleee, good work and expedition ttav be relied upon at thin office. The First of it. Tbe riob, as a general tbing.need no sympathy from any one. Such phenomenal times as those which oharaoterized tbe first French Rev olution form an exception. Such atrocities as marked that period of epochal change, iv which the me dieval foundations of tbe nation wore disrupted as by an earth- quake, are of rare occurrence. Tbey could bave been tbe outcome of nothing abort of ages of feudal op pression of the kind of which Mlchelet has collected a number of striking examples. For tbe mid dle class, and more especially for the poor, any well organized human being has a profound sympathy. It li the attractive peculiarity or tbe years which have interve...

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. — 16 April 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'he Herald Steam Printing Housn makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc, printed at low rates. 1000 People Wanted Immediately AT THE CENTRAL MARKET, No. 37 SPRING ST., To buy Sugar-Cured Hams at IS|**i Sides at 10c, and Beef at 4c , Mut ton, do. The Highest Market Price paid for Beef Cattle, Mutton Sheep, Hogs, Calves, etc. mh2B lm Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned 6ffer the best rubber paint in the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White dk shades in 5 gal. cans, $1.50 pr gal M ~ I .. ).K5 J4 " 1.70 " H <7 .. 1.80 " Wagon Colon ln i, " a.50 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. j£9~Partles will do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. Harper, Moore & Uo. The Best is the Cheapest. Averill Mixed Paint; mixed ready for use. White and all shades and colors, in any quantity required. Universally acbnowl edged to bs tbe best anil most dura ble In all climates. The genuine ...

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

t|...$|rlcs Airraid, LITERARY. THE SUN FOR 1879. THE BUN will be printed every vi' daring tbe year to come. Its purpose and method will be the same as in the past: To present all the news in a readable shape- and to tell the truth though the heavens fall. THK SUM baa been, is, and will con tinue to be independent of everybody and •Ysxything save the Truth and its own oonvictions of duty. That ia the policy Which has won for this.newspaper the con fidence and friendship of a wider constitu ency than was ever enjoyed by any other American Journal. THE SUN is the newspaper for the peo ple. It ia not for the rich man agunst the poor man, or for the poor man against the rich man, bat it seeks to do errual jus tice to all classes in the community. It is not the organ of any person, olass. Beet or party. There need be no mystery about ita loves and hatea. It is for the honest man against the rogues every time. It is for the honest Democrat as against the dishonest Republican, and for the h...

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. — 17 April 1879

VOL. XI. § o.s Imarlw gtcvaUl. ,i llshed every morning except Mon day, BY .IOSEPH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail orexpresa B*o Six months " '* • ° Thrso months " " 6 Delivered by carrlcrw, per week 25 cents LOSANtiELEs¥EEKLY HERALD <s published every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oneycar.bv mall orexpress.ono copy..s3ol Six months, " " " " ' f Thrae >« " " " " -1 Ml Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat 3». All Klikls ol Job-Work done tv •Uompcte wltb Nsn fraaflsra '■■ pure, Style, nnd Elegauee ol Work, luaoablx.. Morning Telegrams. hmiwvara«"lu* «o«m, Mojave, April 10—Geo Ban ning, Wm Pickett, Clias E B >wen, J G Neven, Mrs M M Cigtie, C A Shoup, Miss Wood, W Julius and wife, J Heaaing, L Meyer, Capt Byrne, J Smith, Mrs M Gray, Mrs M Hall, W Crockett, D L Gray, Rev A Man.line and five Sisters of Charity, Col D X Allen, J Travera, J Wear, C J Kverson, J Colin, E Otto. Nnu Franoiseo Slnrkeis. San Francisco, April IG.—Corn —Sales 100 sks laige whtfe, 11]...

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. — 17 April 1879

THURSDAY APRIL 17. 1879 A ... Greed of Office. Constitutional bedies are gener ally passionless and judicial. They usually assemble to refleot In tbeir deliberations tbe best aspirations of tbe people. In our personal expe rience we are acquainted wltb but a single instance In which such an assembly chose to posturize aa a demagogue,viz., that of California. Generally constitutions evoke an Interest amongst tbe masses so lan guid that the vote by which Ihey are adopted or defeated is an Incon siderable one. Tbe Constitutional Convention of California, having"adjusted its compass to the North Pole of tbe Sand Lots, became at once revolu tionary and unsparing. As an amiable introduction of its work tbls thorough body—thorough la the sense of Strafford—abolished every officer in the Stale. The members of this body were thor oughly imbued with the old Cov enanter doctrine tbat the eartb aud tbe fatness thereof were designed for the Saints. They were, also, permeated with tbe smug concei...

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. — 17 April 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. lit b Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. 1000 People Wanted Immediately AT TIIE CENTRAL MARKET, No. 37 SPRING ST., To buy Sugar-Cured Hams at 12Jc, Sides at 10c, and Beef at 4c , Mut ton, do. Tbe Highest Market Price paid for Beef Cattle, Mutton Sheep, Hogs, Calves, etc. mh2B lm Rubber Paint! Rubber Paint! The undersigned offer the beßt rubber paint in the market, mixed ready for use, all shades and colors, at the following prices: White .1 shades ln 5 gal. cans, (1.50 pr gal '• •■ 1 •• 1.85 " X " 1.70 " V. •' 1.80 ■' Wagon Colors In " '2.60 " Bought direct from the manufac turers. Jg&°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 nnd all shades and colors, in any quantity required. Universally acknowl edged to be the best ami most dura ble In all climates. Tbe genui...

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. — 17 April 1879

JXpi. Amide;. JicraUl. A TRAVELING BILK. A. Peri>uai>a Tonng Han Who la Toing some of tha Northwestern Btatei as a Scion of a Wealthy Los Angelea Wlne-Orower. (From the Evening Express.) Mr. G. Q. Stewart, manager of tbe Western Union Telegraph Of fice of tbls olty, yesterday received the following letter which is self explanatory: ' Omol NoETHwrsTEns TELioiupn Co, I Fomdu Lac, Wis., April sth, 1879. ) Manager, Lot Angelea — Dear Sib: A young mau repre senting himself to be the son of Joseph Codoza, a wine-grower of your place, was here last night and, if I am not mistaken, attempted to play a confidence game on me. He claimed that he had been robbed of $603 ln Illinois, somewhere, and showed me a dispatch received from his father wherein be author ised tbe payment of $100 to this man. Young Codoza bad been un able to secure identification, and therefore could not get the money. However, at Delano, Minnesota, bis objective point, be expected to And tke money waiting for him, a...

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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. — 18 April 1879

VOL. XL - 'MlnhSd eve.y morning except Mon day, — ny .lOSKPII 13. LYNCH. _ r£«.V.S FOR DAILY HERALD: l*or annum, by mail or express Blx rr.onths H M ■ 'Ihne months " M » 8 Delivered by carriers, per weelt 35 cents iosanuelesFeeklyherald ■ ntlhllshfld evory Saturday niornlnc. TERMS. One voyr.iiy nuill orexpresa l oneoopy..*3UC Six Booth*, » " " •' ...I it Thr.-e " ...1 0(i Advertlsemuuts Inserted at reasonable rat M, ail Uluda of Job.Work done to (inn,pete wltn Nns f-'rnneleco lv i-ri,-e,style, and Elegance ul Work. tna„«blD % Morning Telegrams. rn.ee> z - k * Nftiit h Mojave, April 17.—A C.-llis, J (J McMenomy and wife, Mrs M Hawks, J Mmlill anil wife, H B Mendenhlll, A J Arnold, J 0 Bale man and wife, Mife K»lie F l.uce, W W Haekill, E S liasdell, MA Murphy and wife, Julin Sievers, (i R Penegar, A 1) Boren, A W But ler, EGook and family, J M Hill nuil family, AN MoLain. Itefundlus -»f U.<■••■•. £ Washinoton, April 16—Secre tary Sucriuaii has jiHt issued v cir cular offering a...

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

FRIDAY APRIL 18 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. The HerM't printing House Is not surpassed by any Job Printing office ii i the Pacillc Coast, outside or San Fran taoD, In facilities for doing Job works i aw price*, eood work and expedition may be relied upon at thia office. The Real Reform. No man can deny tbat, under ibe present Constitution of California, tbe agencies for reform are ample. All tbat is needed i s tbat tbe peo ple should purify themselves, grasp to tbelr hearts tbe idea of a great reform and winnow tbeir candi dates for the Legislature. A pure and elevated Legislature la all tbat is needed to bring about all the es sential reforms called for by tbe evils of tbe day. Nothing .shin I, of tbat will effect a remedy. Such ex pedients as tbe radical and ievolu tionary new Cousiilutiiin are the equivalent of that kind of surgery which, to cure acoro, would cut of] the whole foot of the poor homlire Tile Supreme Court of tbe United States itself lias decided tbat Ibe Leg...

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