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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 17 June 1879

VOL. XII. .Mi llshed eve.y morning except Mon day, BY ■ I OMEPH I). LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD! Per annum, by mail or express I 1" Six months " " " Ytise months " ••■•"» ,° Deoverod hy carriers, per week 26 oenu LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year,by mail orexpress,oaecopy..!3oC SIX months, " " " " —I H Thr c " " " " " ...) 0(1 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat h. 11l HI 11.Is of Job-Work dona so i «t« witli s)a*> Francisco In n e,style, nml Elegance ot Work, mstiiahlv. Morning Telegrams. PaMPnirera Ooiuff Snntii. Moj aye, June 15.—G>o Hinds, E Lewis, J li Large, J P Moran, Joe Gooli, R H Alien, Geo Steward, , Hichard Gray. Mojavb, June 18.—J T MeFar ren, B Dreyfus, J Slausburner, W , 8 Young, VV James, Col P Prine Pinuey, Jr. , A Utnes «r Hsld«rfP, I New York, June 14 — The fund now in tlie hands of Rev. Ur. Rice lo pay the expenses of tlie new trial | for Jennie R. smith aud Covert D. Bennett amounts to over $2,000. , Las...

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 June 1879

%n rfrttgrfe* TUESDAY JUNE IT, 1879. Harald Steam Printing House. the Seraid Mieam Printing House Is a * surpassed by any Job Printing offloe oa th* Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran •t**o, In facilities for doing Job work. : on* prloes, good work and expedition Bar be relied upon at this office. The Night Fisa. No Democrat ought to allow him self to be demoralized by tbe possi bility of defeat. Principle is every thing; momentary success is desir able but not to be gained by palter ing with the self-respect or organ isation of a parly. Once establish the faot that a set of mutineers have tha right to control a party Without rebuke and discipline and cohesion are gone forever. It has raited soma people to assumo that tha Democratic party has no chance of coming out a winner iv the en •aing State election. We do not think so. With a Republican, Constitutional and Worklngmen's ticket in the Held, success Is narrowed down to tha two farmer parties, and if the Republicans should make 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. — 17 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I ii i Herald steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing, Briefs, Transcripts, etc., pi luted at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors. Messrs. Cook, Crosby ii Reese, late of tho Palace Hotel barber shop, San Francisco, have fitted up a barber and hair dressing estab lishment In the Grand Ceutral Ho tel, No. 30 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup plied with the patent Rochester chairs, the easiest in use. The Future Revealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions in reference to future ovents. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose for chart $2, and questions $1, to Zidklei, Los Angeles Cal. Im-maySl Great Reduction Io prioes at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 50 cents; other sizes in proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory Aud lunch room has been removed two doors below the old stand on Spring street, whe...

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 June 1879

los angels§0$ &%\stUt %m\&. THE METEOR THAT FELL IN IOWA. Oo* Fragment, Weight 431 Pounds Embedded 14 Feet la the Earth. Esthkrvillk, Emmet oounty, lowa, May 14th.— Ou the 10th In •Uut a meteor fell iv this place. The sun wa, shining, ami only oc casionally a fleecy cloud was vis ible, when lar up in tbe mlrl-air tbere was a loud report, resembling the discharge of a cannon, only iouder, followed soon by another resembling a heavy blast, which waa followed by one or two more reports that might bave beeu tbe echo from the tirst; then, for a minute or so, tbere was a rumbling ■ound, seemingly passing from northeast to southwest. About two miles north Mr. Chas. Ega was at work planting corn when the explosion came. Looking In the direction of the report, be could not see anything nn account of tbe sun, but, following with his eye the direction of the roaring sound tbat followed, he saw earth thrown up to some bight In the edge of a ravine a hundred rods or so to the north-norlh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 June 1879

VOL. XII. guides gfttntfl. ■MB ■jjmTaaria!!-'." ji?... HBpWMMW MB i'J ¥ MutiM ovnty morning except Mon day, BY JO»KPH 13. LYNCH. TftftjM FOR DAILY HERALD: Per iimum, by mall or express «*H 61U months " J I ]<WN mouths " 41 » De ivered by carriers, per week 25 cents 108 ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ■•uxirillßhed every Saturday morning. TEBMfI. Une .ear,by mall orexpress.onecopy..s3ol 81* months, •' •' •• ...1 «'t rhr c " " ...1 Ot. Advertisements inserted at reasonable ra>c »n Hinds ol Job-Work done io i .vi pole witb Sbb Frnaelnco tv i-.n e.Sij le, no.I Elegnueeol Work, ronusjhlp. Morning Telegrams. Paaaensrere G»i»a Snuib. Mojavk, June 17.—Mis. Uiva Hawiey, Miss Fanny Hawley, M Lehman, D Ullman, G W Bate man, F C Fioldlng, J H Hears, H P Fugarty, J O Neul. Tbe S.ersmeulo Alum v«»tlt»M. Sacramento, June 16 —The del egates to tlie Republican State Con vention have already commenced to arrive. But up to late last night the representation from the inte rior far exceeded in numbers those...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 June 1879

? ¥** mart** gmUtl. WEDNESDAY JUNE 18. 1878. Herald Steam Printing House. The Herald Kie.nu Printing House Is Met surpassed br any Job Printing- offloe oa tbe Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran elsoo, In facilities for doing Job work. I ow prloes, good work and expedition ' BLav be relied upon at this office. Morning. r — 6 The origin of tbe art of working j-tt mosaic or producing artistic de stgus by means of small pieces of stone or glass fastened together, is, like the) early history of nearly every other art which has been known from remote times, buried In obscurity. Among the aucient Greeks and Romans its use was al most entirely confined to the con struction of ornamental pavements smd panels, and many flue tessel lated pavements made by Roman artists bave been discovered. The Egyptiaua of Alexandria produced beautiful small mosaics by forming a bundle of flue glass rods of various colors so ar ranged that tbeir ends repre sented the outline and shade of tbo desired object. T...

Publication Title: Daily Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors. Messrs. Cook, Crosby & Reese, late or the Palace Hotel barber shop, Sau Francisco, bave fitted up a barber aud bair dressing estab lishment in tlie Grand Central Ho tel, Ko. 30 Main street, near the Baker Blook. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup piled with ths patent Rochester chairs, the easiest ill use. The Future Revealed. A obart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions in reference to future eveuta. Send correct date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose fur chart $2, aud questions $1, to Zadklel, Los Angeles Cal. lui-may 21 Great Raduction Ia prices at tbe photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozeu 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 street, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 18 June 1879

$0$ §,«fl;*Us sS*raW. Light Reading. Waather report—Thunder. ▲ shirt-front la a thing to be staddad. To make a fine eye water—stick U onion on it. Letters mutt be wicked things. They're always Indited.—JSotfon JPSst. Tha first "sea-serpent" of the season ts reported from Lake Cham- i plain. And yet Vermont has a Prohibitory Law.— Boston Pott. , "There must be lawn order," eaid tho Judge pushing his little mower vigorously. Wheat a gardener throws orange skint en the sidewalk, can he be •aid to bo setting out slips? Life is but a span. Marriage Is a double team. Youth wedded to old ,amis a tandem. A cross old bacb elor la single and all sulky. A book just published is entitled "Sayings and Doings of Qreat Hon." We notice that tbe "Say ings" have a large majority.— Utica Otsmrvtr. Butcher—"Come, John, be lively tot; break the bones in Ur. Willi Season's chops and put Mr. Smith's ribs In the basket for her." John —(briskly)-"All right, sir; just as soon mi I've sawed off Mrs. Murphy's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 19 June 1879

VOL. XII. --lulled Ave.y morning except Mou day, BY ■ IOBHCHU 13. LYNCH. 1 t'J .13 FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall oreipress Htz ironths " " ■— 5 Thr ie months '• " . De ivnred by carriers, per week » »nw LOS AKUELES WEEKLY HERALD . .'Wished every Saturday morning. TERMS. One esr,b»- mall ore*presa,onecopy..W<* Six months, •' " " -1 g thr ' " " " -.1 Aivvtlaeineuts Inserted (it reasonable rat. -.. *n Kinds at Job-Work done to < <>«■ i>ete with o)a* Prataelaco In price Mtyle, and Blermee ol Worki atamwnlß. " Morning Telegrams. S'aaasaK? re 0»Imk N.xi.li Mojave, June 18' —J Liver, J H Anders, C T Ackeimau, M Welch, C bCbaub, A E Bayers, N Water burg, H M Kaufman, C P Rtws.m, 8 8 Melvlu. H«ft»afeile*u aWate rauvfuiius, San Francisco, June 18 —On the re assembling of the Republi can State Convention this morn ing, tbe report of the Committee ou Credentials, ruling out contest ants from San Francisco, Los An geles ami Ventura couulles, and the report of the Committee ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 19 June 1879

THURSDAY JUNE 18. 1879 Hsrald Steam Printing House. i rte sterni i smut Priming House Is •tut surpassed br any Job Printing office 91 (be Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran etas 1 ), In faculties for doing Job work, 1 Ow prices, good work and expedition Httav be relied upon at this office. The ... Triumph It it plain, from the tenor of opinion amongst knowing Uhioant, reflected from the Eist, that tbe Democratic nominees are certain to oarry Ohio by a decisive majority. Such men as Senators Tburman and Pendleton, in speaking of the prospects in their own Slate, do not talk Idly. Ohio is an open book to them. They both express them selves confident of tbe election of Swing aud lllce, Pendleton going so far as to claim the victory by a majority of twenty thousand. Secretary Sherman who, by the way, is Gen. Ewing's brother-in law, admits that the situation is eritloal for tbe Republicans. Ew log's career has been characterized • by such spirit and dash that every nue baa heard of him. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 19 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'h s Hruald Steam Printing riobSK makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., piloted at low rates. brand Central Tonsorial Parlors. Messrs. Cook, Crosby & Reese, late of the- Palace Hotel barber shop, ban Francisco, have fitted up a barber and balr dressing estab lishment In tho Grand Central Ho tel, No. 36 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup plied with ths patent Rochester ohalrs, tbe easiest in use. The Future Revealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions in reference to future events. Send correot date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose for chart $2, aud questions $1, to Zadklel, Los Angeles Cal. Im-may2l Great Reduction In prloes at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 60 cents; other sizes in proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory And lunch room has been removed two doors below tbs old stand on Spring street, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 19 June 1879

i J5w Swortw JUrato. Is it Pias's Will? {from the Evening aVprti'.l A considerable stir wee created in native Callf.irniau oi roles yesterday by the filing of an lostiument In the Pnehate Court purporting to be the will of the late An.ires Pico The Instrument Is drawn ou asheet of blue-tinted paper with iulei Column lines up and down, and Which brara evldenoe of having been turn from an account book. The paper Is somewhat worn at tbe creases, and looks as though It might have passed several years iv • pigeon-hole, with occasional baud lng». The writing Is in a free, plain script, and evidently done by tbe same hand tbat wrote the signature. It Is lv tbe follow* ins words: j lo snares Pioi: desewnta y enat-o anos de read, reeonosco a ItontU o 1* ou, Lijo de Marts Aussn.o Uomiuxu ids Momgi.o >mo hfj j!• glum y herodiro co i tod • 10a dcr estMM h»» •* }" emjeds -jmo tab Man r« us udj 21 Juuiu 1871 AMoats Pwo. SegSgo. * KIKIOIO COJiTagHAS. TRANSLATION. I, Andres Pico. 04 ytarsof age,...

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

VOLUME .'•li.lishftd every morning except Mon day, BY .1 OUter" H IJ. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALDt far .1 nun m, by mall or express PI Six months " " J rhrae months " " • • Den vered by carriers, per week....-So cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ikpubtlSkM every Saturday morning. TERMS. Hue >ua:,oy mallorexpreßs,onecopy..SSOC ■six oontus. " " " " ...1 n llir " " ...1 0(1 Advertisement* Inserted at reasonable rat i v 111 Kinds of Job-work den* to ■ '~„■ pete with Bnm Frßsielaro In »nr«.,strU, und UoraaM ol Work* nitstivnlD. Morning Telegrams. TDrt M»«ratUMMttt CihiVHUIIiiB-Uetm, Slwusflrld fur Ijlflllnunul-Ciover* nor. Sacramento, Judo 18.—Tbe Re publican State Convention nomi nated George C. Perkins, of San Francisco, for Governor, on tbe first ballot. Sacramento, June 19.—Tbe Re publicans of tbe Seoontl Congres sional District tbis morning nomi nated for member of tbe State Hoard of Equalization Moses Drew, present Sheriff of Sacramento county. Tbe Third District nominated for C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 20 June 1879

FRIDAY ...JUNE 20.1879 Horald Steam Printing House. The Herald susm Printing House Is silt surpassed br any Job Printing office on the Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran •lego. In facilities for doing Job work, low prices, good work and expedition taar be raited upon at this office. Burts and Grant. We transfer to our columns an account of an interview had by a reporter of tbe San Franoieco Chronicle with Mr. Adolpbe Borle, wbo was for a few weeks Gen. Grant's Secretary of tbe Navy. Tbe reason generally understood for tbat gentleman's original ap pointment as a member of Graut's sabtaat, as ha was never heard of Id politics prior to that event, was a very handsome subscription made by him to tbe Graut fund. Our readers will be amused to not* iv what a patronizing way this rlcb Philadelphia-- talks of tbe Amerl oan people as a sort of pendant to tbe greatness of his Idol. Accord ing to Boris, Grant don't want the Presidency but might be iuduced to accept It if It were forced upon him...

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 June 1879

FRIDAY JUNE 20 1H79 Herald Steam Printing House. The (acuities of the Hkiiai.h Steam Printing Housa for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of Ban Franoisoo aud Haoramenlo. All work en trusted to us will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rates. SPECIAL NOTICE Hereafier notices of companies, socle, ties, churches, etc, will only ba Inserted In the II era i. n as paid advertisements, We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY Division ol Telegrams and Reports for Hie henefltof Commerce and Agriculture, tleport of observations taken at Los An geles, Cal., June 19,18T5. Maximum Thermometer, 75,5 Minimum 11 18.0 J. M. Frantz, Sg't. wig. Corps U. 8. A. LOCAL BREVITIES, See advertisement of "Wanted" lv our New To-Day. A competent German woman ad vertises for a situation in our New To-Day. There will be a meeting of tbe Irrigators of the central and w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 20 June 1879

$00 gmarUs. §m\&. HEW AD VKKTISEMEKTB. ANNUAL MEETING. Th* regular Annual Mealing of the Stockholders of LOS ANQKLES COUN TY BANK will be held at the offloe of ■aid Bank on tba FIRST MONDAY IN JULY, 1879, at three o'clock p. v. jlfM 1. M. ELLIOTT. Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Th* ANNUAL MKSTISU of ths Stockholders of tbe Southern Pacific Railroad Company will be held at tbe offloe of ths Company, In th* city of San Francisco,on WEDNESDAY, the NINTH day of JULY, 18 9. The polls will open at ten o'clock a. m. aad close at two o'clock p. if. J. L. WILLCUTT, je?td Seorelary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Th* Annual Meeting ot the Slockhold •ra Of th* FARMERS' AND MER CHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES Cal., will bs h»ld at their BANK BUILD IN O. Un TUESDAY, JULY let, next, at! o'clock P. «.. for th* ejection of a Board of Trustees and for th* transaction ol aueh other business as may com* befon them. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Lo* Anz*l«s, June Id, 18' 9. J ltd Fountain Exchange, K.UCK &a...

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

V r OL. XII. ■••ii llshwl eveiy morning except Mon day, BY .1 < >WP; I'M I). LYNCH. saa TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD! Per lunum, by mall or express *1J Six months " " 2 rhrie months " " ....... 3 De ivered by carriers, per week 26 cents LOS ANIiELES WEEKLY HERALD ~ .i.n.hed every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oue fWHAjf mttll orexprcss,onecopy..f3ot •ilx 1110.WS, " " " " ...1 H t hr • " " " " " ...1 B> Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat in KU4M ot Job-Work dona so ('■•■■ i pete Witb S»» Francisco In f. ii c.Stylo, an,l F.lexaucc ol Work. •HKllsblil. Morning Telegrams. V snsaxetl Slonth. Mojavb, June 20.—Mrs DuHin, E C Tenner, W Renoiif, Mr and Mrs Fitch, j Knox, Mr ami Mrs Crown, Mi«s M Meridian, Mrs Young, h J You ug, F, E Chelsue, I) Q Chelsue. piessf tn William n. 1..-nr. New York, June 19:h.—A din ner was glveu at the Lotus Club to night tv William M. Lent, the great California mining operator, by a number of gentlemen In this city connected with mining inter ests on the Pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 21 June 1879

Deludes Jwaht. SATURDAY JUNK 21. 1879 Herald Steam Printing House. The Heraoi sisam Printing House Is a M tarpasssd by any Job Printing offloe •a ths Paolflo Coast, outside of San Fran- Onwo, In facilities for doing Job work, lov prices, good work and expedition SBst be relied upon at this offloe. A Grant Opportunity. Th* duty imposed upon the com ing Democratic State Convention may appropriately be described as a solemn one. The Republican party, after all bas been said and done, baa challenged the people of California, who are known to be excited as to the power of corpora tion!, In a most reckless manner. Tbo people, in tbe language of scripture, asked for bread aud it Itaa glveu them a stone. The whole Ropublloan party of California,out- Olde of a few of tbe machine lead en, ware anxious that ths leading positions on tbeStste tioket should be occupied by men known to be free from any suspicion of corpora tion influences. Tbe Messrs. Swift •ad Davis exactly ailed this le quiremen...

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

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. , Thr Herald Steam Printing I House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors. I Messrs. Conk, Crosby & Reese, late of the Palace Hotel barber shop, Sau Francisco, have fitted up , a barber and hair dressing estab- Iliebraeut lv tho Grand Cent nil Ho tel, No. 38 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfeot satisfaction guaranteed. The parlor* are sup piled with ths patent Rochester chairs, tbe easiest in use. The Future Revealed. A chart of your children's future; also answers to all anxious ques tions In reference to future events. Send correot date of birth, sex, State and county, ami enolose tot chart $2, aud questions $1, to SSadklel, Los Augeles Cal. Im-may2l Great Reduction In prices at the photographlo par " iors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 60 cents; other sizes in proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory And lunch room has been removed two doors below the old stand on Spri...

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

gos grugct**. garaltt. Paragraphs A Siodal of N«w York btrbor, With rati w»t*r and miniature ehlp plßf, Uon exhibition In Boaton. It to Mid tbut the Prlnoa of Wales haa ramltted twenty per cent, of tils Cnrnlah routs. This means tome 970,000. A Philadelphia lltlpant visited •very juror at borne while the trial was iv progress, "just to argue tie natter quietly." He says that be meant no harm. Reana luxuriant— a new grass lately imported luto Ceylon from Java, attained to a height of eight feet in three months. It is full of aaeoharlue matter, and horses aud cattle like It. Great excitement is caused In French anJ Dutch Guiana by ex troardiuary fluds of gold lately, and a deposit of lead and silver has been d!i>c»vered nn the Thames River, New Zealand. Tbe Frankfort (Mioh ) Express says: "Betsey's mouth bas been thoroughly cleansed out, so as to permit the tree passage of logs," without explaining that Betsey Is the name of a lake iv that neighbor hood. There are several young men...

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