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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 22 August 1879

MEDICAL, DR. PIERCES i STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but ■reapeclSot In tbe diseases for which they ore recommended NATURAL SELECTION. Inveetlgaiors of natural sclenoe have demonstrated beyond controvery that throughout the animal klnadom the "•nrvlval of tbe fittest" Is the only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Ooee not the same principle govern the commercial prosperity oi man? An in. terlorcanuot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason of superior merit, nr. Pierces Standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their sale lv the United States alone exceeds one million dollars p"r «nn„in. while tbe amount ex ported foots up in several Hundred tnouaands more. No buslucss could crow to such gigantic proponlons and rest up on any oilier basis than that of merit. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to Use. Dr.Saae'sCatarrh Remedy Its cures extend over a period ol Tweniy Years. Dr. tase'sCatarrh Remedy Ita gale constantly Increases, Dr. Sage's Catarr...

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. — 23 August 1879

VOL. XII. ■, Ushoil .v.iy morning except Mon day, BY rs-HMS FOR DAILY HERALD: fur annum, by mall orespross .SlO Six months " " J Thrje months " " ■ Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents LOS ANIiELES WEEKLY HERALD in ii oiuliml uvery fsntiirdav morning. TKKMK. Line .ear,by mall orrspro«.H,ouecupy..B3ut H!x iiunltiH. " •' '* " —I *{ Ttir - ...1 •» \ i. .-oiiio,nine, inserted .1 rIHMIOBaMi rut --. til cumin ol .foil-Work done to r .mpelr with San Frnnela«o lv • aii .' Sly l«>. nnd F.legnuco of Worn. niMiifihlii. Morning Telegrams. V PHNMKIIICfrS UuiUX li'Utll. Mojavb, Aug. 22.—W W Wilson nnd wife, D D Wuitbeok, EBlsett, J C Wilson, Miss Rliendo, Wm Hawkins, Pio Pico, Conn Define, i E J Baldwin, B,T Drew, EC Ben iamin, A H Ferguson, Mrs C Irowu, L l ialirrr lilalM, t Washington, August 20.—Tbe daim for $103,000 damages on ac / count of illegal interference with American fisbernaeu at Fortune Bay, which has beeu presented to the British Government, is not tbe claim for the restorat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 August 1879

SATURDAY AUO~2B 1879 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. i • FOX GOVERNOR, HUGH J. GLENN of Colusa FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, LEVI CHASE of San Diego FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, W. J.TINNIN of Trinity FOB CONTROLLER, W. B.C. BROWN » of Sacramento FOR TREAStTnER, Q. T. PAULI of Sonoma VOX ATTORNEY UENEKAL, JO HAMILTON or Tlaccr FOR SURVEYOR OENKaAL, WM. MINIS of Yolo FOB CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, D. B. WOOLF ol San Francisco FOR SUP'T OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, HENRY C. UESFOKD ol N"Pa FORCUIEF JUSTICE, SjBT F. MORRISON, of San Francisco FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, E. W. KuKINSTRY of Sau Francisco J. D. THORNTON of San Frnncisco E. M. ROSS...™. of Lcs Angeles T. P. BTONEY of Napa S. B. McKEi; of Alameda J. R.BHARFSTEIN of San Francisco FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS, FIRST DISTRICT, Q. J. CARPENTER of El Dorado Second Dist.—To be nominated. THIRD DISTRICT, GEO. STONEMAN ol Los Angeles FOR BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, FIRST DISTRICT, A. C.BRADFORD of San Francisco SXCOND DISTRICT, CHAS. H. RANDALL of Tuolumne THIRD DISTR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 August 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. ( hi: Herald Steam Printing HotlSK makes a specialty of Lega Punting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.. printed at low rates. Cheapest and Best. Moody's Dining and Lunch Rooms, No. 11 Spring street. Din uer from 11:30 to 3 o'clock. Lunch at all hours. No. 130 HIM Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first Mass board, use of parlor and piano. Best locality in the city. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No, 130 Hill street. 0012 Get your old clothes cleaned and .lyed at No. 8 Aliso street, u7tf invalids who are Buffering from jhronlo kiduey and liver diseases, rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula, and all cutaneous affections, should go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo cated thirteen miles from Los An geles, ou the Anaheim railroad. This water is, beyond a question, fine. oclOtf You cau tradeoff your old clothes for new ones at No. 8 Aliso street, n7tf Gentlemen, It you wish a good fit and good goods, please call at 88 Main street. The Russian Eleotrio Baths of R. Hughes and Wi...

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

MEDICAL. DR. PIERCES i STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls." but »r.spccltlci In tbe diseases for which they aro recommended. NATURAL SELECTION. Investigators or nslurnl science have demonstrated beyond conirovery that throughout iho animal kingdom the •••urvlval of the Uttes!" H the ouly law that vouchsafes thrift mid perpetuity. Docs uot the Kama principle govern the commercial prosperity vi man? Au in ferior cannot supercede a superior arti ste. By reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines imw out rivaled all others. Their sale in the United States alone exceeds one million dollars pi r annum, while I lie amount ex potted foots up to several hundred thousands more. No business could grow to .uoh gigantic proportions ami rest up on any otner oasis man that uf iucr... Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to Uso. Dr.Bage's Catarrh Remedy Its cures extend over v period of Twenty Years. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its «ule Constantly increases. Dr. Base's Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 23 August 1879

Hwr"" — — MEDICAL. E'; = • ■= OR. PIERCES STANDARD I REMEDIES Are uot advertised as "cure-alls." hut nr.specific! In the diseases for which they uro recommended. NATURAL SELECTION. I Investigators nl* natural science have demonstrated beyond eontrovery that l throughout the animal kingdom the r "survival ofthe fittest" is the only law L lhat vouchsafes tin nt and perpetuity. I Does not the same principle govern the commercial prosperity ol man? An in- X ferlor cannot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason or superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their Bale In tue United States aloli" exceeds one million dollars per annum, while lite amount ex ported foots up to several hundred thousands more. No business could grow I to such gigantic proportions and rest up on any ..i her ha.is than that of merit. I Dr.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Is Fleusuut to Use. I Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its cures extend over a period or Twenty Years. \ Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy ' ...

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

VOL. XII. » -Hhhffti nvptiy morning except Mon day i HY JUbMuPH I>. LYNCH. -S? vIS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per .i tinum, hy mail er express 810 Six numths " '* 1 Phree months " " 1 UeU vered by curriers, per week 25 cenla LOS ANfiELES WEEKLY HERALD . 'Mtahntl every Saturilav mnrimig l'EßMK. Una *:<:,tjy mnil oroxpress.oue o«,p>\.s3Ut Six >'nnMM, " "• " " — I H rin- " " -..1 00 A4lT.rttftfl.fHtH Inserted M retwormMe r.t lilmL al Job-Word done to (lumunte with Smm Frnnclsro in Mrlc«>, Style, and Klcsr»ur« ol Worh. lllHHtthll*. Morning Telegrams. Faeeena'erß Uuiux Acatli, Mojave, Aug. 24 —Miss Katie Uurdick, Mrß H A Rockfellow, X , H Esron, J A Kelly, C H Light, J G Eastman, L F Jager, Chief Char- • ley, Chief Jim, A \V Ames, J N Huston, J Birrera, C W Slaytou, S A de Uardooa. ( MoJAVE, Aug. 25.—L J Rose, , John MoAfferty, A A Lawson, J T Richards, G 8 Saflbrd, J VV Gold tbwalt. KillooU's C«»u*liLlo<a. | Han Francisco August 25.-4 p.m. j Kalloch Is reported better. He t Is ...

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

VOL. XII. ■ Htdie.l efvftiy morning except Mon day, BY .lOHICL'H I>. LYNCH. rtfßAfli FOR DAILY HERALD: Per .Lunum, by mail'or exprena 81° Six months " " J rhrao months 41 " v >> Deli vered by carriers, per week 25 centa LOS AMUELES WEEKLY iiEBALD - .. iMllbftl every Satunlav uiornins- TBRMrs. Ooii uy mall orpxpreßS,oiieoopy„s3ol Sii nonlli., " ■• " " ...1 H tSi ■ ot .VuvertlNolaenla Inserted (it reammftMe nt .11 uiutla of Zol>-Worh done tv I'umpotn with Sun Francisco In *-rlct», Style, nnd ElOirasiee ol WorU. hi nut, nil*. Morning Telegrams. KiisM' iibhrs *jJ ,i iv i rfoulll, MOJAVE, Aug. M —Miss Katie Rurdick, Mrs H A Itockfellow, E H Esron, J A Kelly, (J H Light, J UEaslmau, L F Jager, Chief Char ley, Chief Jim, A \V Ames, J N Huston, J Birrera, 0 W Slaytou, S A do Caidoun. MoJAVE, Aug. 25.—L J llose, Jotin MoAll'orty, A A Lawson, J T Richards, Q H Saft'ord, J VV Uold- Ihwait. KaIIOOIa's <Jt»tl,lltlt»«l. San Fkancisco August 25.-4 p.m. Kalloch Is reported better. He...

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

FUESDAY AUG. 20,1879. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. - FOR GOVERNOR, HUGH J. GLENN of Colusa FOR LIKTJTEN ANT-GO VERSO R, LEVI CHASE of Sau Diego FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W.J. TINNIN of Triuily FOR CONTROLLER, W. B. C. BROWN of sacramonlo FOR TREASURER, Q. T. PAUL! of Sonoma FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JO HAMILTON of riaccr FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, WM. MINIS Of Yolo FOR CLERK OK SUPREME COURT, D. D. WOOLF ot San Francisco Fon sur'T of public instruction, HENRY O. GESFORI) of Napa FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, HOB'T K. MORRISON, of San Francisco FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, E. W. KeKINSTRY of Sau Francisco J. D. THORNTON of San Francisco K. M. ROSS....— of Lcs Angeles T. P. STONEY of Napa S. B. McKEE of Alameda J. R. SHARPSTEIN ol San Francisco FOR RAILROAII COMMISSIONERS, FIRST UISTRICT, Q. J. CARPENTER of El Dorado Second Dish—To be uomiualed. THIRO DISTRICT, GEO. BTONEMAN- ol Los Angeles FOR BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, FIRST DISTRICT, A. O. BRADFORD of Sau Francisco SECOND DISTRICT, CHAS. H. RANDALL of Tuoluiuuo TUIR...

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

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. \'H» Hkkai.d Steam Printing Boom makes a spcolalty of I«ega I'riutlng. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.. |i luted at low rates. Cheapest and Best. Moody's Dining and Lunch Rooms, No. 11 Spring street. Din ncr from 11:30 to 3 o'clock. Lunch at all hours. No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first .dass board, use of parlor aud piano. Uest locality iv tlio city. Terms reasouable. Mrs. i. M. Carey, No. 180 Hill street. ocl2 Get your oltl clothes cleaned and dyed at No. 8 Allso street. n7tf Invalids who are suffering from jhronlO kidney aud liver diseases, rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula, and all cutaneous affections, should go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo cated thirteen miles from Los An geles, on the Anaheim railroad, this water is, beyond v question, tine. oclOtf You can trade off your old clothes f>r new ones at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf Gentlemen, if you wish a good (It and good goods, please call *t 38 Main street. The Russian Electric Baths of R. Hugh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1879

MEDICAL. DR. PIERCES i STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but arcspeclnot In the diseases for which they aro recommended. NATURAL SELECTION. Investigators of natural science have demonstrated beyond controvery that throughout the animal kingdom the "survival of the fittest" Is the ouly law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not tho same principle govern the commercial prosperity oi man? Au in ferior cannot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their sale in tne United States alone exceeds one million dollars per annum, while the amount ex ported foots up to several hundred thousands more. No business could gr::-,v to such gigantic proportions and rest up on auy other basis than that ol merit. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy la Pleasant to Use, Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy IU cures extend over a period oi Twenty Years. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its gale Constantly lucreases. Or.Sage'sCatarrh...

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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. — 27 August 1879

VOL. XII. ' f : >li»hod evoi y morning ©xcept Mon day, by JUMICPH 13. bYMCU, TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: I'er annum, by mall oroxpress ?10 Six months " " J Three months 11 " a DeUvercd by carriers, per wet-!: 25 cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD i.otitiliSaeu 1 every Satunhiv morning. TKRMrf. One v ejr.hy mMll oroxpr©Bs,oll«copy..fßlJt 81x month*. " " M " «■ Tbr a " " -1 Wi Advertisement* Inserted kI reasonable rat M. til it I nd* ul Jnb-WorH .lone <■> rumpcie »itd mm Fr»uelßr» In frlre.style, and El«»:anc« ol Worh. itinnablx*. Morning Telegrams. Kallocb'a Cou<llti4*>t ra-DajT, San Francisco, August 26th.— At noon Kalloch's physician?, after consultation, pronounced bis con dition greatly improved. Mojave, August 20.—S A Jones, VV C Binnell, S Kosbland.L Janin, VV M Stoddard, J B Carrington, (i W Hancock, F L Steward, H 0 Church, J If Wilms, PS Moulhene. lie Young; lv Hie l-Mlre I'«,llrf. San Francisco, August 26.—At about 11:30 o'olock yesterday morn ing, CharlesDeYoung wa...

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

MEDICAL. DR. PIERCES i STANDARD REMEDIES Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but ureapeolOosln the diseases for which they aro recommended. NATURAL SELECTION. Investigators or natural science have demonstrated beyond controvery that throughout tho animal kingdom the ••survival of the attest" Is tho only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Does not the same principle govern the commercial prosperity ot man? An in ferior cannot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason of superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their sale In me United States alone exceeds oue ml.liou dollars p"r annum, while the amount ex ported foots up to several hundred thousands more. No busiuess could grow to such gigantic proportions uud rest up on auy other ba.ls than that ol merit. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to Use. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy lv cures extWd over a period of Twenty Years. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its Sale Constantly Increases. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1879

VOL. XII. JUqclc.i jfjtn'rttd. dlßhed evfiy morning except Mon day, ny .IOSIOIMI D« LYNCH. rKRMi FOR DAILY HERALD: Per iinuum, by mail or express SIU Six months " " , <j Thrao months " 41 Ueu verad hy carriers, per week, 25 cents IQS ANGELES HERALD " >irhltshed every Saturda* morntnaj. TERMS. Ono vear,by mall orespruss.ouetioi>y..fi3iX Sli months, " " " " ... J R Thr >c " " " '• " ...1 Wi A.ivertisemenU lnsorted at reasonable rat Ml Hind, ol .fob-Work <l»ue «• Compete witb Nail* Frnucl.cn In frlefi.sUyle, on l Eloffnu'ro S>l Wi«rk, tIIE.IISIIIP. Morning Telegrams. PKHMeuicprs Oulnir Ni>nili. Mo.iave, August 27.—Mrs B F Lankiu, Mra 0 P Pruger, Mr 0 H Forbes, II 8 Baker anil wife, E L Jolitison, J Lyons, II Fish, H F Bumgardener, Capt Darey, H 0 Davies, H A Hebaud, E Eggleston, P Soto, Wm Sexton, L Migul. (fruut unit iti* r , ene > or iiit< liilet--Oi-«»n I'niiKi. New York, August 26tu.—The text of Admiral Ammeu's state ment regarding Uranl's KCtjoptance at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1879

THURSDAY AUG. 20,1879. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR, HUGH J. GLENN -..of Colusa FOKLIEOTENANT-UOVEKNOIt. LEVI CHASE .of San Diego FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W. J. TINNIN of Trinity FOR CONTROLLER, W. B. C. BROWN „ of Sacramento FOR TREASURER, Q. T. PAULI of Sonoma FOR ATTORN EY-O EN ERAL, JO HAMILTON of Placer FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, WM. MINIS «' yol ° FOR CLERK OF 3UPKEM E COURT, D. B. WOOLF ot Sau Fraucisco FOR SUP'T OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, HENRY C. OESFORD ol Napa FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, ROB'T F. MORRISON, of Sau Francisco FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, K. W. KcKINSTRY of Sau Francisce J. D. THORNTON ot San Francisco E. M. R055........ of Lcs Augeles T. P. STONEY of Napa B. B. McKEE ot Alameda J. R. BHARPSTEIN of San Francisco FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS, FIRST DISTRICT, Q. J. CARPENTER of El lurado Second Dlst.—To be nominated. THIRD DISTRICT, tJEO. STONEMAN ol Los Angeles FOR BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, FIRST DISTRICT, A. C. BRADFORD of San Francisco SECOND DISTRICT, CHAS. H. RANDALL of Tuolu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. I'M* Hrrai.d Steam Printing ilin'.si: makes a specialty of Lega Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.. ot luted at low rates. Cheapest and Best. Moody's Dinlnic aud Lunch Rooms, No. 11 Spring street. Din ncr from 11:30 to 3 o'clock. Lunch at all hours. No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first Mass board, use of parlor and piano. Best locality in tiie city. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No. ISO Hill street. ocl2 Gee your old clothes cleaned and dyed at No. 8 Allso street. n7tf Invalids who are suffering from .dirouic kidney and liver diaeaaoa, rheumatism, dyapepala, scrofula, ami all cutaneous affections, should gi> to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo cated thirteen miles from Los An geles, on the Anaheim railroad. I'hia water is, beyond a question, Hue. oclOtf You cau tradeoff yourold clothes for now ones at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf Gentlemen, if you wish a good fit and good goods, please call it 38 Main street. Tho Russian Fjlectrlo Baths of R. H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1879

MEDICAL. DR. PIERCES STANDARD REMEDIES Are not ndvertlsod as " cure-alls," but urospecifle, lv the diseases for which they are reoom mended. NATURAL SELECTION. Inveitigators or natural solenco have demonstrated beyond controvery thai throughout the animal kingdom tne "survival ofthe attest" Is the only law that vouchsafes thrift nnd perpetuity. Does not tbe same principle govern me commercial prosperity ot man? An in ferior cannot supercede a superior arti cle. By reason of superior merit, x»r. Pierces Standard Medicines have out rivaled all others. Their sale in he United States aloue exceeds one million dollars per aununi, while the amount ex ported loots up to several hundred thousands more. No business could grow losuoh gigantic proportions and rest up on any other basis than that ol merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Is Pleasant to Use. Or.Sage'sCatarrh Remedy Its cures extend over a period ol Twenty Years. Dr.Sase'sCatarrh Remedy Its sale constantly Increases. Dr.Sase'sCatarrh R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 29 August 1879

VOL. XII. J.m}eles itcvaUl i dlslterl eveiy morning except Mon day, — BY — FOR DAILY HERALD: Per .lunum, by mall oi express £10 Six ir.onths " " 0 Three mouths " " 3 l>otivered hy carriers, per week, SB oonta LOS WEEKLY HERALD '•■ ii iKtlabed ev«-ry Buturdav mormnp. TKRMs. *io<) .•-.<r,bv mull orf*\'piMSfl,ouec"py..ft«i:K m* iiontbs, " " " M ...1 fl Thr ~ " '* ...1 « A.lv«ttisemeuts hiscrtod ut ror*Nonab!G rat ■-. oi Miaul* of Jub-Work uuuo to OastptitS Mifh Nui* lv *'»i«*n,Nly!c, nnd KSOifftutio *>1 Works asa%Malil9a Morning Telegrams. PnHH-DKerN Unluii fei<-ull*. MOJAVE, Aug. 28.—Lieutenant Haird, George B. Sanford, Mrs. J. j F. Ford, T. J 0. Webster, Chas. T. ' Norton uud 90 soldiers. Ham I*l* MM f ISO S—-K *l taetl'S ('oiiill llon. San Francisco, Aug. 27.—San i Francisco lias quieted down. There j is no excitement to day other than , I hat which usually pertains to an < interesting political campaign. 1 The W. P. C. riflemen, who have beeu on duty around Ilia M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 29 August 1879

§o$ IMtgckjs gfraltt. FRIDAY AUG. 29.1879 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. for governor, HUUH J. GLENN of Colusa FOR lieutenant-governor, LEVI CHASE of Sau Diego FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W. J. TINNIN of Trinity FOR CONTROLLER, W. B. C. 8R0WN....«. of Sacramento FOR TREASURER, G. T. PAULI of Sonoma FOB ATTORNEY I.ENKRAL, JO HAMILTON of Placer FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, WM. MINIS of Yolo FOR CLERK OK SUPREME COURT, D. B. WOOLF 01 San Francisco FOT4 SUr-'T OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, HENRY C. uESFOKD ol Napa FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, ROB'T F. MORRISON, or Sau Francisco FOB ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, E. W. KcKINSTRY of San Francisco J. D. THORNTON of Sau Francisco E. M. R055....... of Lcs Angeles X. P. STONEY ot Napa S. B McBLEE -....of Alameda J. R. SHARf STEIN of San Francisco FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS, FIRST DISTBICT, O. J. CARPENTER - of El Dorado Second Dlst.—To be nominated. THIRD DISTRICT, OEO. STONEMAN. of Los Angoles FOB BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, FIRST DISTRIf T, A. 0. BRADFORD of San Francisco SECOND DISTRICT, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Los Angeles herald. — 29 August 1879

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. hald Steam Printing -.os a specialty of Loga '.riefit, Transcripts, etc., v rates. ?st and Best. ulng and Lunch Spring street. Din i3o'olock. Lunch No. 130 Hill Street. Nicely furnished rooms with first Glass board, use of parlor and piano. Best locality in the city. Terms reasonable. Mrs. J, M. Carey, No, ISO Hill street. <>012 Get your old clothes cleaned and dyed at No. 8 Allso street. n7tf Invalids who are sutlering from jhronlo kidney and liver diseases, ,-heumatlsm, dyspepsia, scrofula, and all cutaneous affections, should go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo cated thirteen miles from Los An geles, ou the Anaheim railroad I'his water Is, beyond a question, fine. ocietf You can trade off your old clothes for new ones at No. 8 Aliso streot. n7tf Gentlemen, if you wish a good fit and good goods, please call at 38 Main street. Theßussiuu Electric Baths of R. Hughes and Wife are located at No. 15 Main street, opposite the Pico House. Gentleman and la ties wil...

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