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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 22 June 1879

voi.» xii. Iwqck? JUvalil. • i dished eveiy utorulng except Mon day, — at — ■ M>m»;i>h T>. l.VXril. ftfUfsJH poR DAILY HERALD: I'er .nnaaa, by mall orexpreas |W Six months » " ° TU » months " " • r>e ■. er#d by carriers, per week S6 cents LOS AMELES WEEKLY HERALI Is i» iiilUhed every Saturday niorutng. TKRMR. One year,by mall orexpress,oneoopy..S3ilt Six fhonths, •' '■ " " ...1 «' thr c •• " " " *' ...1 Ot Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat id. mi Kinds ol Job-work done to compete witb Man Prattatero tea i r.l.e.Xty le, aud Klegnuce ol Work* laaiiehlD. Morning Telegrams. A V .t.i ami KM tilts salon. New York. June 2d.— The Trib tins sum. up its Washington Hp-olal thus: It is supposed at Washington that lhe President will Veto tbe Judicial bill, and ihat the veto is already prepared. The Democrats talk of adjourning immediately after the veto —that is to suy to morrow or ou Monday next. The President Intends to call Congress together again iv that event, in order t...

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. — 22 June 1879

SUNDAY..,.. JUNE 22 IB7fj Herald Steam Printing House. tile Herald so nana Printing House <s a it surpassed by any Job Printing offloe oa the Paolflo roast, outside of San Frai • slsso, la nullities for doing Job work. I•» prloea, good work aad expedition ■ar ha relied upon at this offloe. General Topics Th* Downey Courier, of June 21st, hu the ful owing pertinent re- Isotlooa whiob all true Democrats Will sml one: It is urged hy those who sre am love to eslahllah k new parly—the HsW Constitution pirty—that the Democratic party la corrupt; that It Oaiun.l be tru-ied lo frame laws Under the new instrument (or feai they will not he radical ami sweep lug enough. The leaders of the new movement are seeking lor the loaves anil H-hes—lo fill ins vari •Us offl -es, fr >m G iveruor down to •una able, and this Is Hie whol> Secretnf their blatant advocacy >d tbe formation of a new parly, to be Composed of th >sm men wbo vole for ilis new Co istiiution. forthe flrat time In the ...

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. — 22 June 1879

SUNDAY .JUNK 22 1579 Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities of tne Hint un Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not surpassed ln California outside of Han Francisco and Saoramento. All work cn truatad to us will be executed witb neat nsas and dispatch at the lowest living, rates. SPECIAL NOTICE Hereafter notices ot companies, socle lies. Lit ti mios, etc., will only ba Inserted In the liaiiAi.u as paid advertisements We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, which will appear even Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the lionofHof Commerce and Agrloullure. Report of observations taken at Ijos An galea, Oal., June 21, usn. : . t, . ; —c ; : Maximum Thurmomuier, 78 5 MIolnium " (85 J. M. Frantz, «rt, OI*T Corps U. H A. CHURCH CHIMES. Catholic Cathedral. — Main sireet, below First. First Mass at 8 a. m.; lasi mass, at 10 a. m.; Cateohuim at 2so p. a., vespers at 7 p. m. old Catholic Church. — Opposit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 22 June 1879

sdf A STRANGE STORY A Cruy asa lots v If ki Oomm Its* tk* HarSersu Insult «i th, Iw, Toiaf Laditi at Wkssusal. Wheatland, J.me 18 —To-d»y ktuiKHi, »»rth*ritt'McCoy wa»»tii.ul tv iHMtrd the train for Maryoviili., h* wm *ovt»ti.<t by h Krei.c i C*"m dUa nkiiied Fmnk CI" quelle, who aakett in npt-nk to hi v uilv»tey. They were leen talking hi h fly lo gether and Ch'.quetle ai-oora pauled the Sheriffu> Maryiville. Au hour Mihsrqiien'.ly it tran»plre<l tbat Cboquetle ha t r qneHteil to lie lodged lv the Maryeville j til, cay luk« that when stfely ihere he Would confess a crime. He Is tli Ir ! ty-three jears »f site, ami has lived In thi, vioiulty for three or four years. For a long ilme i>a>t he l<*e been employeil on the ranch of Dr. D P. Durei, wlio speaks of b'lu as a sober and quiet m»ii, very fiint'l lv his habits and remxrkMt.ly re served especially In lb* pre»en«e of wumeu. Ue his breii In the hal.it of sending »'l his rarnlnus to Canada, where lie and his brothe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 24 June 1879

VOL. XII. §;o<s mgclc* gcvttUL •i.illnbeu every morning except Moo day. ,IO«WI J H I_>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per mnura, by mall or express Six months " ** J Tfarte months " " - 8 De ivered by carriers, per week 26 cents LOS ANUELES WEEKLY HERALD !« nnhllsliod every Saturday morning. TKRMH. uue /ear,by mnl! or express.one copy..sßol six uiontb., M " M ...1 it I'hr.e " •' " " " ...1 Wi Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat n. Alt Itlu.la of Job-Work done te i ...n pete witb Nan Francisco 111 ('.li-r.style, niul Elejrni.ce ol Work. raaueblD. Morning Telegrams. V ...<'■!([ t-.N U.ltn, Si.ml,. Mojavb, June 22 —Wm Sippy ami wife, David Calm ami family, Mrs Steward, Airs H L Edwards, W Mintzer, Mies N Rose, W H Grossmayer, J Avery, C Ramon, .T Clark, T D Bridger, J Lake, Q Muslrave, J Mayer, T Brown, R Clemen", R A Fisher, J E Allen, Henry Hulihard. Mojavb, June 23 —J G Eastman, J 8 Fitch, JL L Denuery, A Blumoe ami wife, O W Miller, J C Riley, Mre Hamilton, Mis. Hun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 24 June 1879

s&ti Italic* gcui.u. TUB-IDA* JUNK 24 1«79. Herald Steam Printing House. Ths ticrtiia si nam iVtrUmt House ► ax. .nruisis,l ny any too t'riultu* offici os th* Paclno Coast, outside or Man Krse. eteao, la laeilltua for doing Job work, ~.i>ie-, .».iii work and expedltloo ej%* hn rellea upon al this ..fflisj Lr«7 1 * The ... There are many men who, when Jumea O. Blame, uf Maine, the barn of the "bloody thirl" cam paign, fell down In a faint, ufier the publication of hie Mulligan lei • ten, supposed that that was ihe •uJ of the Pine free statesman. They thought so because it would have been a quietus to an ordinaly man. But Blame is a talented fel low with simply an infinitude of cheek. Amongst other of his aaurors of strength is the fact that he is the pet of the Protestant Alli ance of the United States. Bugged old Simon Cameron, wbo made Hayes the nominee of the Repuhli eau National Convention of 1878, haa put upon record his opinion tbat this attitude of the Alliance waa rath...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 24 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. run Herald Steam Printing Houbr makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors. Messrs. Cook, Croshy & Reese, late of the Palace Hotel barber shop, Sau Francisco, have fitted up a barber aud hair dressing estab lishment ln the Grand Central Ho tel, Nn. 3d Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup piled with (he 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 events. Send correot date of birth, sex, State and county, and enclose for chart, $2, aud questions $1, to Zadklel, Lns Angeles Cal. Im-may2l Great Reduction In prices at tbe photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 60 cents; other sizes in proportion. The Ladies' Candy Factory And lunch room has besn removed two doors below the old staud on Spring street, whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 24 June 1879

Jos Irugdcs gewM. Proceedings of the Fourth District Republican Convention. The Fourth Congressional Dis trict CoDvaotlou met after the ad journment of ihe Stale Convention. Rogers, of Santa Clara, iv tbo chair. General Banning raid he nom inated Governor Paoheco, who had been nominated and elected once before, and had been cheated out nf It. V. A. Gregg, of Kern, second ed the nomination. Smith, of San Diego, nominated S. O. Houghton. He Is the man who o»u carry the whole district. He hat twice led the party to vic tory. Lambert, of Monterey, said that Paoheco ouuld capture from 150 to 200 votes in Monterey county, which could uot be touched by any other man. Stearne, of Santa Barbara, sec onded Pacheoo'a nomination. Ue la the strongest man iv the county, and will add strength tv the ticket. Bard, ot Loa Angel.a, called at tention to the popularity of |J,e Workingmen's nominee—Colonel Ayer.—in tiie same district, and tal i Paoheco was i lie only man who Could divide tile v„te. A de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 25 June 1879

VOL. XII. i->nn}i»«l every morning except Mon day, BY — JOHTfIPH 13. LYNCHL_ asasas — ■■ ■ ■ —-- rtftlWl FOR DAILY HERALD: Per inaum, by mail or ex press .$W St* month! 14 " J rbr *c months 11 ** 8 Deovnred by carriers, per week 35 cents LOS ANUELES WEEKLY HERALD 's piiltllMhed every Saturday mornlnc. TBRMA. One Miar,by rau.llorexpreßs,onocopy..f3oC Six -non tun, " ** " " ...1 ft Ibr c lt " « " ...1 01* Advertisements inserted at reasonable rat \ 111 Kind* of Job-Work done Co t'omnete with Nam Francisco In t*r|«>e t ßtyle, nnd Kle-yauo* ol Work* niaiifchlv. Morning Telegrams. t*AN»ewirf>re U;*i**k n<mi>|i. Mojave, June 24 —C C Bemia mid daughter, J Stone, B F Coulter, X McDonald, M Hutchinson, J W Thompson, Geo Sissnn, C Meyer stein, Paul Breon, Frank X Zook, X Sheridan, B Grlswold. K-tiin* *«i Bfewn from Mexico. Pars SIX, A. T., June 23 J.—A Herald Tucson special say-: A letter from a well Informed person at Guaymas, dated the 13th, says: The concession for building ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 25 June 1879

It* grttgttoi tßmto. ||I?HBBDAY JUNE 25,1878. BsTild Steam Printing House. akSßereld Steam printing House is yglrpainsil by any Job Printing offlce pfce PaelOx Coast, outside of San Fran fee, la nullities for doing Job work, Kprleee, good work and expedition IS he rolled upon al this office. HhP there Is one thing (or which maiel end do not hesitate to avow Rlaexpresalble contempt it is for Hpae people who talk of fusion and Hmpromlse in connection with tbe Kpteoretio SUte ticket. Tbe [Wty 1* dow about to make tbe K(M gallant fight in tbe anuals of political warfare in the United ■bates. Nationally it has never Pmporlzed and will not now. With Kja the splutter and pretence of our X eenly, we bold tbe interior lines ii lhe United States. Men wbo Hate remained Democrats during Dm trying times in wbloh all was P«Md without a speck of silver liv- K4g did so from principle. Tbey |\%epUed tbe counsels of expedi iflMy. Their line of battle was al- Kjajs Well defined. Proscription to Kiw re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 25 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. Is Herald Steam Printing ik makes a specialty of Legal ing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., ed at low rates, ii Central Tonsorial Parlors, asrs. Cook, Crosby & Reese, of the Palace Hotel barber Sau Francisco, have fitted up ber aud bair dressing estab leut In the Grand Central Ho- To. 38 Main street, near the r Block. Perfect satisfaction inteed. The parlors are sup wilh the patent Rochester s, tbe easiest In use. The Future Revealed, ihart of your children's future; answers to all anxious ques in reference to future events, correot date of birth, sex, i and county, and enclose for . $2, and questions $1, to lei, Los Angeles Cal. -may2l Great Reduction ices at the photographic par- Downey Blook. Three dozen i for 50 cents; other sizts lv >rtion. he Ladies' Candy Factory lunch room has been removed lours below tbe old stand on ig street, where we ore now ired to furnish hot lunch, tea, j and chocolate at all hours; #c keep constantly on band a assort'.ieiit of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 25 June 1879

LITERARt. NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW 1 1079. NBW SERIES. 18701 Published Once in Two Months. friM, M a Tear, in doteanoe. rpHE NORTH AMEBIC AN REVIEW, IM . 1 entering on a new series under nsw management, will retain all that has mads it, for over sixty yean, so important an ele ment in American literature. Its mar* Inquest issue, and the addi tional writers engaged for it, will hereafter enable It to discuss more promptly and thoroughly ths vital questions of the time —political, economical, social, industrial, ■stentinc, educational, literary and moral. Ibe REVIEW is not lh* organ of any party, sect, school, clique, or of Its editors, but of the best scholars, thinkers, scientists, statesmen, writers and critics of the day. With this aim and character, with tbis honorable record, and with tba abundant resources at its command to make good its promises, the NORTH AMERICAN RE VIEW commands itself to the favor all of Intelligent citizens. TEEMS—SS a Year, in Advance. JAB- R. OSGOOD * CO. ...

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

VOI.. XII. ■jjjj sjsjg . ] ■■'»"" "*"*.* 1 j§j "i | j" BBBfcB 'ahllshed evety morning except Mon day, BY JQgMP H U. LYNCH. TERVIS FOR DAILY HERALD: t*er annum, by mail orflxpress Wi Sir months M ** ! Thr-se months " « 8 lie ivored by carriers, per week 26 cento LOSANBELES WEEKLY HERALD N pnhti-died evory Saturday mornm.*. TERMS. One yenr,by mvi! orexprPe u .,onp copy ..83'A. Six months, *' " " '* ...1 it Pure 11 " « " « ...I Ol Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rat is, 4ii Kind* of Job-Work done to Compete with Nns FraucUco In Mrlee, Style, aud Kleifnuoe o. Wor*i« nifMisjhln. Morning Telegrams. Pasae-seaf ere <)><i»ic South. MojAVE, Juue 25 —Q VV Spncer, Lt O B Wllwm, USA.LJ Weh ster, J Mansfield, M tie Pedrorena, X Colli ii-, LGildmanher, J Dilley, I) M Dull;; il, P Ekron, Miss A Lsvy, Mist Lena Spence, Mian Car rie Blonmfteld, Miss Kale Smilli, HU*Mollis Bullivan, Miss Tottie Sullivan. Severe I roil lit fiaajiii.fi rt"U"ly —31a- ■nule Olebroll.iu. SUSANVILLE, Juno 24....

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

JUNE IS, 1879. Herald Steam Printing House. Th* Her.ni *mm Printing House Is aH surpassed by an; Job Printing offloe M Uh PaclOc Coast, outside or San Fran pkM, ln nullities for doing Job work. ow prices, good work ami expedition Mir be relied upon at tbis office. Calculations which repieseut th* New Constitution and Work ingmen's parties as polling a very formidable vote are good as mere exercises of the faucy. The exquis ite absurdity of the New Constitu tion party—a political bantling r which owes its origin to a mere | selfish greed of officer—will strike ; home to most of tbe few who are now engaged iv the abortive enter prise, and they will Infallibly drop ' back to the party from which they ' came. The Workinginen's party, it ia true, bas considerable streDgth In portions of California, but there are otber large sections in which it Will fail to secure a baker's dozen of votes. The Chronicle, which has had special facilities for estimating the strength of tbe Kearneyites in S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 June 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. The Herald Steam Printing t House makes a specialty of Legal I Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors. Messrs. Cook, Crosby & Reese, 1 late of the Palace Hotel barber shop, Sau Francisco, havo fitted up a barber and hair dressing estab > lisbmeut iv tin- Grand Central Ho lt tel, No. 36 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup plied with the patent Rochester chalrp, the easiest in U9e. Great Reduction ■• In prices at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 50 cents; other sizes lv t proportion. No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first •las, board, use of parlor aud piano. Best locality iv the oity. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No. 180 Hill Btreet. ocl2 Get your old olotbei cleaned and dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. ti7tf Invalids who are suffering from sfaronto kiduey aud liver diseases, rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 June 1879

LITERARY. NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW 1870. NEW SERIES. 1879f Published Once ia Two Months. Price, IB a Year, in Advance. fHE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, IK a entering on a new series under new management, will retain all that has made it, for over sixty yean, so important an ele ment in American literature. Its more frequent issue, and the addi tional writers engaged for it, will hereafter enable it to discuss more promptly and thoroughly the vital questions of the time —political, economical, social, industrial, scientific, educational, literary and moral. The BEYIEW is net lhe organ of any party, sect, school, clique, or ot its editors, bat of the best scholars, thinkers, scientists, statesmen, writers and critics of tho day. With this aim and character, with this honorable record, and with the abundant resources at its command to make good its promises, the NORTH AMERICAN RE VIEW oommends itself to the favor all of Intelligent citizens. TERMS—W a Year, in Advance. JAB- R. OSGOOD * CO. Publ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 June 1879

VOL. XII. £0$ JVwjvlc-; geratu. ' i- Mshnrt fivoi y morning except Mon day, BY jomksph i>. iwjycu. Tfißtfll FOR DAILY HERALD: Pur annum, by mall or express Wl Six months " " ■ Thra*> months v 11 8 Oe lvered by carriers, per wees* 85 cents LOS ANISELES WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. 'Joe wur.oy himll or o.vpiCMs.one copy,.B3 ; X Six mouths, " ■< " ...I it far c * " " ...i ot Advertlnemtmts inserted al reasonable rat • «. til Ulndn ot Job. Work done ta <'•»■■■ pete witb Nan Fraaelttco lv ■ri.f,s<.yl(-, ami Klaganoe ol Work* mikuslkl». Morning Telegrams. Tb« H 4. I. CftVVttMUM n ' umn ■x. <•. Sacramento, June 26—Tho N. 0. P. Convention organized at Boon by tiie election of tiie tempor ary as tiie permatuent officers of tiie Convention, a |<>iik debate was liaiJ on a resolution tn tiotninate candidates for Congress, which reunited in a vote tabling it. Fr.Nsfiig;f ra (llilev Nolldi. Mojave, June 26 —E V Cox and daughter, Mr C E Lc eke, Dr J VV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 June 1879

FRIDAY JUNE 27, 1879; Herald Steam Printing House. rhe Hera'ii Htenm Printing House la ait surpassed by any Job Printing offloe on the Paolflo Coast, outside of San Fran- Stsoo, ln nullities for doing Job work. ov prices, good work and expedition aaav be relies] upou at tula office. ... the New Bananas-The Sil ver King. We availed ourselves of the pas saga through Loa Angeles yester day an route to San Francisco of Col. James M. Barney,a recognized mining and commercial pioneer of Arlsona, to glean a number of facts of speolal importance to tbe very large number of people who are in terested in developments ln tbat territory. Col. Barney informed us that while the towns juit now •re dull there Is a gratifying activ ity in the quarter in which it ought to be apparent—iv tbe mines them selves. Prospectors are scattered broad-cast, and they are doing ex cellent work, which will tell lv tbe future. The forwarding bouse of J. M. Barney & Co. have lately scut as many aa ten quartz mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 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 of the Palnce Hotel haibel shop, Sau Francisco, have fitted up a barber aud huir dressing estab lishment In the Grand Central Ho tel, No. 36 Main street, near the Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. The parlors are sup plied Willi the patent Rochestei chairs, the easiest in use. Groat Raduction In prices at the photographic par lors, Downey Block. Three dozen gems for 60 cents; other sizes In proportion. No. 130 Hill Street. Nioely furnished rooms with first .dus.-i board, use of parlor and piano. Best locality in the city. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No. 130 Hill street. ocl2 Get your old clothes cleaned and tiyed at No. 8 Aliso street. u7tf Invalids who are Buffering from chronic kidney uud liver diseases, rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofulu, and all cutaneous ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 27 June 1879

sd The Palce of Silver in History Secretary Sherman, whom I have known and esteemed as a rising man from his entrance into Con gress, displayed bo much courage, wisdom aod fidelity iv accomplish- Ing and matutalntuK resumption, tbat I confidently anticipated bis powerful aid in preserving the bi metallc standard. And yet lv bis recent Obio epeecb, lv which be discussed the financial question fully, gold and gold ouly was re membered. Ue forgot, or did not think proper to say, tbat without the aid of silver, resumption would have been a failure. The occasion waa one, in view of the concerted efforts to depreciate not only the intrinsic value of silver, but to ex cite a popular prejudice against it, to remind tbe people tbat silver wae tbe money witb which Abra ham purchased a burial ground for his wife, that silver was the money of the Psalmists and Prophets of the Old Testament aud that of the Saviour and his Apostles; tbat sil ver was the money tor which Joseph was sold by his bret...

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