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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 30 May 1879

VOL. XL ' lillHliml eveiy morning except Mon day, by JOSKPH 13. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per uiinom, by mall or express » I Jj Six months " " S Ttorjo months " ""o - ;"™,. Delivered by oarrtera, per week lb oenu LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD '.published every Saturday morning. TERMS. s One year.by mall or express,one copy..l3l* Six months, " " " " ••■} « Thr c " " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted »t reasonable rat,*. All Kinds of Job-Work dona to iKimpete wltll Mat. rrraelaco In f rice rtty to, nnd Elag-anoe ol Work. mnmalllß. Morning Telegrams. S*aaaeuaern Golusr South. Mojave, May 20.—C Gray, E J Baldwin, L M Dinkelspiel, G H Stephens, J W Griswold, J I> Wood, wife and two children, 0 Alscbbul, E M Laugblin, li C Hughes. Alljouruiuent «»f CoukTremt. Washington, May 27th.—The Ways and Means Committee re port Fernando Wood's resolution; fixing the date of adjournment at June 10th. Auutbar raablnaj Sikoaa<r Lost. Gloucester, Mass., May 28tb. —Another fishing vessel, the schoon...

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. — 30 May 1879

Eoj4 Irttgdfj. gwalit FRIDAY MAY 30, 1879 Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe UeraM Hiaara Printing House Is aot surpassed by any Job Printing omee ou tbe Paoldo Coast, outside of Ban Fran- Slsao, ln facilities for doing Job work. ow prices, good work and expedition •aa* a* railed anon at this office. Conventional Politics. The Expru* of yesterday has some remarks from the Herald, ln parallel columns, with regard to President Hayes's veto of the Chi nes* restriction bill. ' At first sight wa did suppose tbat the veto would have a damaging effect on the Re publican party In California. But wa know no law whioh forbids the axeroiaaofa little newspaper can dor. Tbe Republican party of Cal ifornia repudiated Hayes's Chines* veto with a vigor and persistency whioh no fair man can fail to have remarked. Besides, we were foolish enough to suppose that certain Democrats, who had wandered from tbe fold, would be impelled to return to tba only party which, in th* East, has consistently support a...

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. — 30 May 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. lii « Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. The Future Revealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions in reference to future events. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose for chart $2, and questions $1, to Zadklel, Los Angeles Cal. Im-may2l Great Reduction In prices at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 50 cents; other sizes in proportion, The Ladies' Candy Faotory Aud lunch room has been removed two doors below the old stand on Spring street, where we are now prepared to furnish hot lunch, tea, coffee and chocolate at all hours; also we keep constantly on hand a Doe assortment of fresh candies and cakes of our own manufacture. Remember the place, No. 13 Spring street. Mrs. A. T. Behler. feb2tf No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first class board, use of parlor and piano. Beet locality ...

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. — 30 May 1879

LITERARY. MITH AMERICAN REVIEW 1079. NEW BEKIKB. 1879f frofclUhed Once In Two Months. Pricn, $5 a rear, in Advance. npBK NOBTH AMERICAN REVIEW, IN * entering on a new series under new management, will retain all that has made . tt> Mr (Mr sixty years, so important an ele ment tat American literature. Its more frequent issue, and the addi tional writers engaged for it, will hereafter snaHt tt to discuss more promptly and ttorouUy the vital questions ot the time rx>lttteel, economical, social, industrial, amenttflo, educational, literary and moral. Urn REVIEW is not Ihe organ of any party, aeot, school, clique, or of its editors, tot ex. the beat scholars, thinkers, scientists, statesmen, writers and oritics of the day. With this aim and character, with this sMnoceble record, and with the abundant ■eatauflia at its command to make good its PfTisatara the NORTH AMERICAN RE YEKW commends Itself to the favor all of ■mUlgeiit eftuens. CTBKS—SS a Year, in Advance, .lAB* It. OSGOOD * ...

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. — 31 May 1879

VOL. XI. #ojs fulfil gmitlu. KuiOlfltied evoiy morning except Mon day, BY JOHKPH D. LYNCH. URMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express $10 Six months " " ! Throe months " " - • Do'lvered by carriers, per week 26 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Isp.ibltsbed every Saturday niorulng. TERMS. One /eyr.by mallorexpreas,oneoopy..93oG Six months, " " •' " ...1 7C Thr >c •> " M •• " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat at, Ail KUnds ol Job.Worlt done to I'aniuete with Hum Franelaco In i'ri™,ltjle, ami Klegauce ol Works iiiaiienlv. Morning Telegrams. Paaaenirera Gents Suit,it. Mojave, May 30.—MISS Flora Chapman, Miss Bailee, J Scott, H Williams, J M Villagrana, Milton Esslck, J Cohn, R Garvery, A Tibbs. Eiedition of Die au,i Auti,Ties. Sackamento, May 29 —It was precisely twelve o'clock when Dye emerged from his cell to go to bis death. He was attended on one side by Sheriff Drew and on the other by his brother Sperry. His face was deathly pale, and he was evidentl...

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. — 31 May 1879

fo* jrttglto » ttM. 31, 1679 HtTttd. Steam Printing House. TAe Herald means Printing House la act surpassed bar anr Job Printing office est the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran* eaaao. In facilities for doing job work, >ew prlesa, good work and expedition SBaur a* railed upon at tbia office. Rutherford B. Hayes has sent •to tha Congress of the United Rates Another of his insulting ve toes. The whole pith or our na tonal politics has now resolved teelflnto the official assumption that none bat Republicans have any rights whatever. Sugar coat It a* we may, that is tbe meaning at the advisers of Hayes—we use this form of expression because Hayes himself bea ne meaning. Riders plaoed upon appropriation Mile by a Republican Congress are tight and proper. Riders plaoed by a Democratic Congress on ap propriation bills repealing these Republican riders—passed in iden tically the same manner—cannot be suffered to become laws by an Sight to Seven President. No fact •an be plainer than th...

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. — 31 May 1879

... ra. . 11 • ■■ ■■ n Br* ■• Pri • ntte me t mure Kevealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques lious iv reference to future events. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and onclose for chart $2, aud questions $1, to Zadkiel, Los Angeles Cal. 1 tv - m ay 21 Great Reduction In prices at the photographic par lors, Downey Block Three dozeu gems for 60 cents «izes in proportion. The Ladies' C And lunch room two doors below Spring sheet, • prepared to fur. collee aud chocolate at also we keep constantly on in... line assortment of fresh candies and cakes of our owu manufacture. Remember tbe place, No. 13 Spring street. Mrs. A. T. Beeler. feb2tr No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with Orel disss board, use of parlor aud piano. Best locality in the city. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No. ISO Hill street. ocl2 Get your old clothes cleaned aud dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf luvalids who are suffering from shrouic kidney and live...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 31 May 1879

aOTEjLfc FIRBT-dLASB. THM FINEST HOTKL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DENKER, Prop.. Thisnew and elegant hotel la situated IB tha earner of the city of Loa Angeles, eontalne nearly a hundred spacious and •try rooms, newly furnished ln the most comfortable style. Rooms la suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot anil cold baths. TfUTAtU.It will always be furnished with the beat supplies that can b. pro- ■ sand la the market. A FRBB COACH is always on hand to carry guests to the house. ' No pains spared to make guests oom iortable tn every war. A LARGE REAPING ROOM open Bight and day. HENRY HAMMEL. myl7tf A. K. DENKER. PICO HOUSE, CORNER MAIN ST. AND THE PLAZA Frtncisco Pico, Prop'r. This wall known and popular hotel by common consent tbe beat appointed and moat luxurious ln Southern Califor nia—haa Just been Befarnished and Renovated. Apartments single and en suite. Ths On Ulna la unaurpaaaad on the Coast. Every detail or the service, apartments aadtabta fIBtJT CLAS...

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. — 1 June 1879

VOL. XI. - "dished every inorulng except Mon day, BY ■ lUISKPH 13. LYNCH. THi»:VIS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express » lv Six months " " « X Throe months " . „™.«h. c Delivered by oarrters, per week 25 oents LOSANGELESWEEKLYHERALD ft poMlalieil every Saturday morning. TERMS. one . ear,by mall orexprees.one copy..MOO SIX months. " " " " -J «£ Thr -< " « " " " ...100 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat «H Hliida of Jon-Work done to <',>■•• peso with Nan francisoo In i-n<-«,style, and Elegance o( Work' man unit). Morning Telegrams. Fneeentrere fji.li'a* M<»ti«D. MOJAVE, May 31 —J G Abegg, Miss G Jacobs, Miss H Jacobs, Louis Jacobs, Mrs R Gray and three children, M M Huntiueton, J Bixby, Wm Wyman, Mrs H S P Wyman, Mrs J R Squires, Miss Marble, Mrs E Hoi brook, G H Watson, Jos Campbell, J H Hughes. Mrmiinni D«» ■•> »"« Frauclele. Ban Fbancisco, May 30.—Me morial Day was duly observed by the Veterans of the Grand Army of tbeßepublio and the friends an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 1 June 1879

||jC** «M*9*lfS S^vaid. || SUNDAY JUNE 1, 1879. W- Herald Steam Printing House. |Tj roe Uerai'* Kteam Printing House Is HBjWt surpassed by auy Job Prim In* offloe |w*»B tha Pacific Coast, outside or i-'an Fran. Kghao, la facilities for doing job work, B?;"'w* prloes, good work and expedition b. iaaar be relied upon at this office. ... Labor and Trade. . I AU debts must be paid through | sataotlons from labor, and the real --pressure of debts is measured by the price of the commodities which debtors must sell in order to make payment. When prices are high, dsbts are more easily met, and la . h»r is permitted to retain a larger ' portion of the products which it creates. The debtor class is com posed ofthe active workers iv every of industry, who unite ' tholr thought aud energy with cap f Itel to create value. Since all pay | ments are made in money, or 1 money valuation, If tbe products ' which these men make sell at a * r THsjfcprlde !t~wlll require less of it | to discharge their ...

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. — 1 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. run Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., p; tnted at low rates. The Future Revealed. A. chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions In reference to future events. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose for chart $2, and questions $1, to Zadklel, Los Angeles Cal. Im-may2l Groat Raduction Iv prices at tho photographic par [lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 50 cents; other sizes In [[proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory l\nd lunch room has been removed Ewo doors below the old staud on ■Spring street, where we are now 'prepared to furnish hot lunch, tea, Maine and chocolate at all hours; also we keep constantly on band a fine assortment of fresh candies and cakes of our own manufacture. Remember the place, No. 13 Spriug street. Mrs. A. T. Beelek. tobStf No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first glass board, use of parlor aud piauo. Best loc...

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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. — 1 June 1879

gog jWva.ri. Downey City and Vicinity [fcVOra the Outlook.] . We understand tbat President J. M. Monroe will not continue his connection with the Southern Pa clfic College alter tbe first of June. He will probably go East where he Wilt enter upon a new field of la bor. yf» are informed by Mr. J. H. Burba that tbe walnut crop of this valley will be a failure this season. He says it will not be worth gath ering. Mr. O. P. Passons, who also haa a large orchard, makes a simi lar statement. Judge Venable informs us that tbe wire-worm is playing havoc with tbe corn in the vicinity of Compton. The cold weather is the reason of their being so destructive In tbe lowlands. As Boon as it gets warm the worms will seek cooler quarters deeper down in the earth. |From the Courier.] Tba assessment of real and per gonal property in this section, though Dot yet completed for tills yaar, It Is thought will show do in crease over last year, ou account of tbe shrinkage of values. Last year the figures w...

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. — 3 June 1879

VOL. XI. | "uhUshed eveiy morning except Mou day, BY .lOSKPH I). LYNCH. —— 1 § TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express .110 Six months " " 8 Thrje months " •* 8 Delivered by carriers, per week .26 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD i« published every Saturday morning. TERMS. £ One .-osr.by mall orexpress,ouecopy..f3oo six -nonttis, " " '• " .-I 7E Ihr c " " " " " ...1 00 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat w. »- *■■ Kinds of Job.Work done to ■t I'ompete witb Mass Fraaelsni In "rire.stile, anil Klegauee ol Work* mmiiitif 11. Morning Telegrams. Pnaaeuicere Uuinc Sumb. Mojave, June I.—Miss Adeline Homers, Louis Backs, Mrs Dorsey, Levi Straus, Col O'Livermore, F . Breslauer, Mrs M Ludlitid, Frank Coffin, E A Hudson. Mojave, June 2.—J J Skinner, J X Cummlngs aud wife, Mrs Go- Husky and family, D Roberson, G Hind, L J Selleu and wife. Ueiiorle.! Arrovl nl Tom Lttivtou. Sacramento June I.—Sheriff • Drew received a dispatch this af ternoon from the authorities of , Winnemuc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 3 June 1879

HBSOAY JUNE I), 1879. elitrala' Steam Printing House. ■Pra* Herald Htnatn Printing House Is ■(jl surpassed by any Job Printing office ■nam Paolnc Coast, outside of San Fran pMe, In facilities for doing Job work, WffmJ prices, good work aud expedition ■pr ha railed upon at this office. Basis ... pA visit to Santa Mouica Suuday (tested to us a number of reflec insand remiuisences which may iof interest to oar readers. It*was July of 1875 that Santa Monica is opened to the public as a water ( place. It bad much to justify • baptismal name bestowed upon fit by the silver-tongued Fitch, of PHhe Olty by the Sea." Probably no mambryo town was ever before so [Vaunted if we except the " Eden" of Wakens* "Martin Chuzzlewit." (Hundreds of well meaning peo m§m Invested lv the new enterprise Nfea tbeir faith In those rosy proph neJeeof future greatness. Tbe prob- MMlity Is tbat if Senator Jones's falsisoual fortunes had uot ex pel i fpuisil ■ slight check, that ircoin- Harshly energetic and gene...

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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. — 3 June 1879

NEW ENTERPRISE B" 1 ntINQ '■ hee a i-pecUlly ol 'Legal N 'rii ting Briefs, Trannci i| fi, etc., The Future Revealed. ■ i i. of your children's luturvj ques tions tn relerence to tulure events. .Send correct date of birth, sex, State aud county, and enclose for chart $2, and questions $1, to J'adkiel, Los Angeles Cal. lm-may2l Groat Reduction In prices at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 60 cents; other sizes In proportion. • The Ladies' Cantly Factory And lunch room haa been removed t tv. o C 'ore below tbe old stand on Spriug street, where we are now p vpared to furnish hot lunch, tea, . coffee and chocolate at all hours; i also we keep constantly on hand a fluo assortment of fresh candies •mod cakes of our own manufacture. ■' itemembor the place, No. 13 Spring street. Mhb. A. T. Beeler. . fel>2'f No. 130 Hill Street. f *~ Nicely furnished rooms with ilrst slMt board, use of parlor and piano. Best locality in Ihe olty. Terms ' reasonable. Sirs. J. M....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 3 June 1879

900 &up\ts QmU. I "~HEW ADVEBTLSEMENTaT THE SUN FOR 1879. TBS BUN will ho printed every day ■ daring the year to come. Its put poso and Method will be the same aa in the past: To present all ths news in a readable shape, and to tell the tralh though the heavens fall. TBI SDN has been, is, and will con § ttnne to be independent of everybody aud 8 everything save the Troth and its own * convictions of dnty. That is the policy 1 , which has won for this newspaper the cou- S Mease and friendship of a wider constitu- , taoy than was ever enjoyed by any oilier I American Journal. . CHS SUN is tho newspaper for the peo ple. It is not for the rich man against ' to* poor man, or for the poor man against . ths rich man, bat it seeks to do equal jus | ties to all cits as in the community. It is * not the organ ot any person, class, sect or party. There need be no mystery about - lta loves and bates. It is for the honest ■Baa against the rogues every time. It is tor tha honest Democrat as 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. — 4 June 1879

VOL. XII. §o$ gmgdejs gtcvnld. ■pi m 'ii i — 1 111 1 r "" . Ilanad ave.y morning except Mon day, BY .I OS*Hi l' 11 IJ. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express 81x months " " S Thrae months " ""IBT2S.*. Delivered by carriers, per wees: so oenii LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ia published every Saturday morning. TKRMB. One yesr.by mallorexpress,oneoopy..lßoo Six months, •• '■ " * •■•} fl rhr>e » " ■• " ...100 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat is. ail Uluds at Job-Worn done to < 'inn pete with Nns FroneMeo In I'riee.Btyle, and Klea-nuoe at Work* inauabla>. Morning Telegrams. Tub Worttiuirmeu'a *»••«« c.ks tl.iu. San Francisco, June S.—The State Convention W. P. C. met at Humboldt Hall at 10 A. M. and was called to order by Dennis Kearney, who delivered an address reviewing briefly the origin, progress, present condition and future prospects of the W. P. C. A reference in his address to the proposed repeal of tbe National Banking act and the issuance of ...

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

|jf;<i» Jtttgriefl §wald, WKDNE3DAY JUNE 4, 1879. ; Herald Steam Printing House. L The Herald steam Printing House Is SMS, surpassed by any Job Printing office ■OS the Paclrlo Coast, outside of San Fran •lnto, In facilities for doing Job work. f i ow prices, good work and expedition t Stay at railed upon at this offloe. It now seems to be settled tbat | Grant will arrive in San Francisco from Japan about tbe beginning of . August. We are assured by bis partisans tbat nothing political is intended ln this demonstration. Of eooree" not. Should tbe Republican | party, following up its ostentatious reception, eenelude to renominate I Grant for a third term, of course . nothing political would be even dreamed of In tbat. It would be merely Intended as a non-partizan aad friendly greeting to the Gen eral. Should It succeed in electing hlm,end should it next essay to keep htm In the White House for life, •till no motive of a political char acter would have entered into any etage of tbe ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 4 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'hb Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., minted at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlor?, Messrs. Cook, Crosby it Reese, late of the Palace Hotel barbat shop, Ban Francisco, have fitted uo a barber aud hair dressing estab 7 / lishmeut In the Grand Central H > ! tel, No. 30 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup plied with the patent Rochester chairs, tbe easiest iv use. The Future Revealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions In reference to future events. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and euclose for chart $2, and questions $1, to Zidklel, Los Angeles Cal. Im-may2l Great Reduction In prloes at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 50 cents; other sizes in proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory And lunch room has been removed two doors below the old stand on Spring stree...

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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. — 4 June 1879

LITERABY. MIRTH AMERICAN REVIEW 1879. NEW BJEKIES. 1879f Published Once in Two Mouths. Frio*, S5 a year, in Advance, fPHK NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, IN , * entering on a new series under new management, will retain ail that has made it, (or over sixty years, bo important in ele ment in American literature. Hi more frequent issue, and the addi tional writers engaged for it, will hereafter firstr 1 * it to discuss more promptly and tftsoroafhly tbe vital questions of fhe time —pottneal, economical, social, industrial, anon tin n educational, literary and moral. Ths BEYIEW is not Ihe organ of any Krj, sept, school, clique, or of its editors, ef the best scholars, thinkers, scientists, statesmen, writers snd critics of the day. With this aim and character, with this honorable record, and with the abundant rsssnrces at its command to make good its promises, the NORTH AMERICAN RE- VllW commends itself to tbe favor all of Intelligent citizens. TIBMB—So s Year, in Advance. JAS* It. OSGOOD &...

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