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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 February 1874

Jrftgtfoj* Scrald. TUESDAY KKB. 8, I*ll. Valuation of Foreign Coins. Attorney-General Williams has re cently rendered a decision which is of importance as bearing upon a question which grew out of the Act of March tld, 1873, to establish the value of for eign coins, and which has been refer red to him by the Treasury Depart ment. The law referred to declares in the first section that the value of these coins, as expressed in the money of the United States, shall be that of the pßfl metal of standard value of such coin, and requires the Director of the Mint to estimate each year the value of such standard coins, and directs the Secretary of the Treasury lo announce those values on January Ist of every year. From time to time Congress lias lixod the value for Custom-house purposes of such foreign coins, and ac cording to those values, invoices ut the Custom-house have been trans muted into United States money as a basis for assessing percentage ot duty. The values estimated by the Dir...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 February 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eve,, morning except Monday, by fill lIKKAI.D PRINTING CIOIPASY, OFFICE—Herald Steam Book nnd Job I'riutiiig House. Spring street, opposite the I 'ourt House. TERMS! Per annum, by mail or express ?io six months " " ti Three mouths " " • " Delivered by carriers, per week, at cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. Freeman's Railroad Bill. The follow (tig is a OOfJty of Freeman's bill, as it passed the Assembly, on the 29th instant, by v vote of 08 to 8 : AN ACT to Regulate Fare* and Freight* on the Railroads in the State of California : The People of the Stat'' of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact a* follows : SECTION l. It shall ben nlawful for any railroad company to charge more than four (41 cents per mile for each passenger with one hundred pounds or less of baggage, or more than the fol lowhijr rates per ton for freight trans ported on such railroad : If such freights be carried eighty miles or over, the amount charged snail ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 February 1874

JVnn,elfs imM, WEDNESDAY FEB. 4, isti. The DAILY HERALD has noarl y DOUBLE tho Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angoiob. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Effect of the Farmers' Move ment on the Value of Railroad Securities. A telegraphic dispatch a few day* ■since is tlie meiliuin by which a report is circulated to the effect that Ameri can railroad securities :>re being ship ped home from Germany in consider able, quantities for sale here. A monopoly organ uses tin- as a text from which to read the (iraugers, Anti-Monopolists and Independents ;i sermon on the error of their ways, laying all tin- blame of this* distrust in tlie value of our railroad bonds at the ■toon of the men who believe that the State shall control the corporations, instead of the corporations ruling the State. flic distrust of American railroad securities in Germany dates further hack than tbe fanners' movement,and i<? baatd on more serious ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 February 1874

WEDNESDAY FEB, 4, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notice. Los Asuscio* J.iMixe Sf«. aa. r. »v a. M, - Tin- sia'cd meet lugs of thin Loup • ure he'd on i lie First Monday of each mouth, nl 7:3ui', it] Member* <>i' Pentnlpha, So, Xtl, and aii Mtttb>r Masons In good at v tiding are cordially invited. S. i. I i IV, \V. .M.' CHAM. Smith, Bewretarr. .iniM r. School ami Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Blank Forms—slid ionery. Blank Hooks, Albums, tin 4 Ladles' Writin g Planus, Organ*. Violins and Accord lons, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by bkgdrick a CO., BookWlters and Mtatloiierji, . % . , At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store ."> ,1H Ml Itis I oliaceo I)USt forslict pwasil ■'■ T.'iels. l>er 1.. . At Harris & Jacoby's Cash store Open Hack White Shirts fl 75. At Harris' Si Jacoby's Cash Store 1 . dozen pure linen handkerchiefs forlt. All kinds of Garden and < Irass Seed for sale (tt B. Hellman's, next to Post < l/he . The llellman Blo...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 February 1874

WEDNESDAY FEB. I, 1874. Arizona Items. Mr. Jumcs Bones arrived here lasl night from California, with 8 load of fruit. The building of Wade <Si Candran's tnill, at Walnut Grove, is progressing •slow but sure." Mr. Fender left for Hassayanipa, this morning to construct four arras tras for S. O. Fredericks. D. P. Foster, of Levi Bashford's trading establishment, was in theofflee yesterday, and Informed us that Mr. Smith, of Smith & Marcutt, Lynx Creek, has just arrived with about six ty ounces of beautiful gold dust, the proceeds of a few days' work in their hydraulic claims on Lower Lynx Creek, eight miles east of Prescott |3 Mr. S. P. White, one of the owners of the Vesuvius mine, arrived here last night. He says the mine has grown richer and richer, with every foot sunk upon It. Himself and partners have out about eight tons of ore, which they feel confident will pay ut least §150 to the ton. Pieces and "colors" of free gold greet the eye in every piece of ore. Writing from C...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 February 1874

VOLUME I. c Is Published BVe.j morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE—Herald strum Bseksnd Jab Printing- HuiiHe, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annuttl, by mail or express $10 six month* " " o Three month* " " ' 3 Delivered by. carriers, per week, M cents Advertisements inserted ut liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS, Mi) it it—Han. J. M. Hamilton, Guenoe, Lake County. S-vitt try— W. H. Baxter, 320, California street, room (I, third floor, San Framdseo. Stat* Agent— l, o. Gardner. 390, California street, room !), third floor, San Francisco. i.os anoki.es county. tMuntu D*\wtff —Thos. A. Garey, Las An geles. lUxti h t Aji. nt—3. Q. A. Stanley, Los Angeles. LIST OK URANOKS. Following Is a Mat of ffrangeslii Los Angeles county i Los Angeles Orange No. »>, Los Angeles— Thos. A. Garey, .Master; T. D. Hancock, Secre tary. Regular meetings are held every Sat urday at 2 o'clock, p. nt., at Good Templar Hall. e'ompton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 February 1874

Cos 3Uu)ele;. Scvald THURSDAY FEB. f, 1871. CUHBTaaaaaaaaaaWßHßaanMi Tho DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE tho Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Currency. Numerous propositions are before Congress, looking to a change In the banking system, but none of them go to the root of the matter. The priv ilege of issuing eui reney is a great on,-, .u;d has been so lucrative that the policy of offering a bounty to banks has been very strongly ques tioned. The Govermeni is the only proper source from whichour currency should come. It should be a uniform v currency too, every dollar of it just like every other dollar, and should be receivable for all dues, public and private. The simplest plan would be for the Government to issue legal ten der notes to any one who will deposit United States bonds in their stead. The interest on the bonds so deposited bhould Cease, until the currency is re turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 February 1874

prvtid THURSDAY FK.B, ■"», I*7l. CITY AND SUBURBS Masonic Notice. imh Anaelea Sf*« • * A. Sf»— The stilled meetings nf tliis Ijftdge arc held on the First Monday ofeach month. at Mr, m, .Members of Pentalpha, No, 9tMt, end all Master Allisons iv good standing are eordlaily invited. S. I . ft)\ , W. M. t'HAs. Smith, Secretary. Jn22-tf. School and Miscellaneous Books, i.aw Books ami Blank Form*—stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles'Writing < 'uses. Pianos, organs. Violin* nnd Accord ion*, and otlief Mn>ieal Instrnmenis |k>l' sale nl lowest prices, by BRODRICK A ro„ Bookseller* and Stationer*, At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 5,001) lbs ITobaeco Oust for Hhecpwtish f<* 7 ets. per 11.. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash store Open ltaek White Shirts (gt %\ 75. At Harris' & .Jacoby's Cash Store | £ down pure linen handkerchief* lor >-l. All kinds Ot Garden und Grass Seed for sale at S. Ilellinan's, next tn Post (Ifflee, It was decidedly chilly last night. Several n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 February 1874

THURSDAY FEB. 5, 1874. NARROW-GAUGE RAILWAYS. JFrom tho N. Y. Sun.i The friends of the narrow-gauge system of railways In this country have been actively though quietly at work during the past two or three \ ears,with practical results which will surprise those who have not closely ob served the progress making in this new and important movement. The narrow-gauge in the United States Is chiefly associated In the popular view with the Denver and Bio Grande road, which has been regarded as an experi ment,! and on which the new gauge has been practically tested with the most satisfactory results. Iv fact, however, there are at this time in the different States and Territories no less than thirty-eight different narrow gauge loails either completed or in the course of construction, and all of the = JX ACTUAL OPERATION, Having an aggregate of 989 miles of i rack already laid, and which, if fin ished according to the plana on which they have been begun, will give an aggregate of 3,". r &g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 February 1874

VOLUME I. U Fuhllshed evei,< morning except Monday, by THE IICKALU FKINTINU COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Ktcmn Book nnd .Too PrllltillK Sfnii'.c. Sprinj; street, opposite the Court House. TKUMS: Per annum, by mail Ol express $10 six months " " v Three months ' : " •3 Delivered by carriers, per week 2f> eenls Ad> ci tiscnients inserted at liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. DIE EC to it V. UTAH'S OWCJSBH. Mast, /•—Hon. J. M. Hamilton, Uucnoc, Lake ('mint v. ,N nrl'ini—W. 11. Baxter, 820, Ottlh'irnlfc street, room 9, third floor, Han Francisco. ,Vat« Agent—l. G. Gardner, !QO, California s( reel, room li, third floor, Waii Fni nclscn, t.OS ANUDI.KS CorNTV. Cbuntsf De]iul)i —Thou, \. Gnrey, iJH An geles. Ihttrlct A.fril— J. U. A. Nlanley, Los Angel, s. LIST OC (.ItANIiKK. Following In a I Iff) of < (ranges i.i Los Angeles count}: Los Ancelci Grunge No. 198. Los*Atnjeio* — Thox. A. Oarey, Master; T. D. Hancook, Heero tary. Regular »\e#Unns are held every Siit liranv at Jt o'eloeli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 February 1874

FRIDAY FEB. 6,1874. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Corporations and Land Specu lating. We notice that the articles of asso ciation of the Bank of San Francisco have been tiled at Sacramento. Among other things this new bank intends to purchase and hold real estate for build ing and speculative purposes. The privilege of buying and holding lands has always been deemed a dan gerous one in the hands of corpora tions, and they are usually prohibited from holding any more than absolute ly necessary for the purposes of the organization. Illinois prohibits the format ion of corporations for the pur pose of land brokerage, and many of the other States of the Union provide against allowing real estate to get into the hands of a corporation. California is sufficiently cursed with the evils of land monopoly, without still further encouraging it by perm...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 February 1874

£0$ JUfldcjs luvahl. *_ _ I'KIDAY FEB, 6, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notice. Ut Angeles J.ihlkc KO. 43, P. TV A. 31, The suited uieetli»to of thin IjOdgr are held <>n the Kind Moudoy of each mouth. Nt 7:301. yi. Memben of twitalphn, So. SOU, und nil Mauler Mimom In tood MtundltiK nit 1 eorUlnlly invited. s. r. i ns - . \v. M. i'itas. smith, Heeretary. .ui'JJ-ti*. School and Miscellaneous Looks, Law Bookn and Blank Forms—stationer}'. Blank Hook*, Albuuw, nnd I.*».!;«■-* Writing* Canes. Planofl, Ofraud. Violins and Aecoril lons, nnd other Muvtcal I nst rumen is /or sale 111 lowest prices, hv CXi >l >l!ICK ft CO.. Bookseller* mid |4tnttoiici ~. At Harris & Jacohy's dish store fl,ooo rbn Cobaeco IhiNt for Hheepwtmfc (8 7 cm. l>er X At Harris & Jaooby's Cash store Open BSck While Shirts (a s| 7.-,, At Harris' A: Jacoby's Cash Store ! . dozen pure linen handkerchiefs Ibrfl. All kinds of Garden and Grass Seed lor sule nt S. Ilclltiuin's, next, to l'osi utile . T...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 February 1874

FRIDAY FEB. 0,1*71. [From the Santa Barbara Press.] SHEEP AND THE FENCE LAW. Letter from W. W. Hollister to 11. ti. OtlM. Wnsbtiifftwii. D. R Santa Bakbaka, Cat*. ) Deoeruber 31, 1873. 1 Harrison G. Otis, ■Washington, D. ('.—Dear Sir: Your favor of 2d inst. reached me in usual time. lam so much of my time engaged In niy affairs : that I have been forced to postpone the answer to your letter till now. To answer your questions fully wou'-' require a great deal of writing, tin Ie aire of which I cannot com ma d. I nil, in as concise a manner as possw.e, give jr«* answers, such as the routine of my own business enables me to furnish, together with such ideas as 1 gather from the general run of sheep husbandry outside of my own operations. Your first question : What, all things considered, is the most profitable breed of sheep to grow <>n the Pacific Coast? While I consider all kinds profitable to our State, the Merino, and different grades of Merino seem best adapted for a large b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 February 1874

VOLUME I. £00 &%tks Jftfttttd. Is Published eve.,> morningctoapi Monday, by ihe ifkkai.is pfjnrnsra company, OKKK.'E -Herat 1 Ktenm Book sml Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: I'cr annum, by mad Of ex pros* $10 six months " " v Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents All* erti«oments inserted nt liberal rates. PROPOSED CITY CHARTER. Au Act to amend tlie Oniric- ol (lie City of Lorn Angclea-ta ileline if* lim its and rights ciilurH'f* its |»oo« i. and provide for its more eftiricot jjovern incut. The People of the State of CulijOi'tlta, represented in Senate and t \g*cmhl*lt do enact an follows: Incorporation and City Boundaries: A UTH'LK 1. Section 1. The corporation or body corporate now existing and known as the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Los Angeles, shall, except as hereinafter altered, amended, changed or enlarged, remain and con tinue to be, and with such changes, alterations and enlargements hereby, i...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 February 1874

f %f 9**ll. SATURDAY FEB. 7,1874. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it Is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Grangers' Fair. It' the Grangers' Fair Association is M weak an infant as its enemies rep resent it to be; if in fact as they would have us believe, it has not yet passed the embryonic stage, and will prove a miserable abortion, we cannot comprehend why they should attack It with so much bitterness. Neither do we understand why the good people of Los Angeles county should have their religious convictions reviled simply because they have so far been unable to afford expensive places of public worship, and prefer to invest their money in a manner to suit themselves. A public print, a short time since, re ferred, in eontemptious terms, to what it was pleased to call "the cock and hull stories of the Bible," and it does not surprise us that the same paper should be ready to sco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 February 1874

9£w 2Ufj*Uis Await. SATURDAY FEB, 7, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic notice. Vtm AMJIMci I.odne *<». Pi. I". A A. M, Tlie staled lueei iiigs pf tins mml ;•• are belli' Oil I he First Monday ol eueil month. W I. M. Members of PVntalphu. No. 30?, nnd nil .Master .Masons in goo < stalldiiilj urn cordially invited. M. (/. FOY, W. M. ("HAS. SMITH, Sei-rehny. in22-tl. School and Miscellaneous Hooks. Low, Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, A! bums, and Ladles' Writing 4 Cases. Piano--, Orgutis. Violins ami Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for laic :it lowest prices,by BBODRICK & CO., Booksellers nnd Stationers. At Hurls & Jaeoby's Cash Store 3,000 lbs UobaoeoDusi forSheepwush (ft 7 ets. per lb. At Harris &. Jaeoby's Cash store Open Buck White Shirts @ jl 75. At Harris' & jaeoby's Cash Store ).j dozen pure linen handkerchiefs forM. All kinds of (larden and Gia'ss Seed for sale at S. ft ell man's, next to Post OfMee. Work on Spring Street Railway M...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 February 1874

SATURDAY ....FEB. 7, 1874. required in the assessment of property lor grading and other street improve ment, and shall be and constitute a lien upon the property assessed then' for. • After anch entry has been made in the docket of the city Ileus, if the said assessments be not paid by the several parties liable therefor within thirty • lavs, the Common Council -.hall order ihe Clerk of the Common Council to issue warrants thereon, directed to the City Marshal, and commanding him to sue the said property liable there for. . , . Such warrant shall be executed and returned, and all subsequent proceed ings shall be taken in the same man ner and with like force and effect as provided by Article VII of this Act for i he enforcement of liens upon property for grading or otherwise the streets in said city....l. ■■■ L ' SBC. !>. Whenever any lands or other property are purchased by said city, without the institution a| pro ceedings for the condemnation thereof for any of the purposes enu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 February 1874

VOLUME I. § 0,0 grttfflM §to*tt. Is Published evoi > morninguxgepi Monday by THE IIEKALII PRINTING COMPANY. office—Harold Hmm Book and .ioi> Printing House. Spring street, opjMisiio the Court House. T Ell MS: I'er annum, by mail or express tlO six months " '• « Three mouths •' " • .'! Delivered by earners, per week 'j"> cents Advertisement* inserted at liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. m it KCTn i: v. .si vi y. urvu Muter— Hon. J. M. Hamilton, Guciioc, I .ako Ciiiintv. Srrrrturir—W'. H. Baxter, S'irt, California street, room !>, third floor, Sim Francises. tttate Agent— l. G. Gardner. 830, California si root, room <i, third floor, Sim Francisco. ' iMSsiiki.kh cor.vrv. Qmnty Drjutttf— Tims. A. Oarey, [jos An* geles. W*-iW Q. A. Stanley, Los \h£el< I I.IST OF QRAMOEH, Foilowim: N n Hst of Grunge* in Los Kngelos county) Los Angeles Grunge No. 88, l.os Angeles— Thos. A. Gitrey. .Muster; T. J). Haucoek, Secre tary. Regular meetings arc held every Sat mdnv nl 1 o'cloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 February 1874

Xo.* ietaM. SUNDAY FEB. 8, 1574. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published ir\ Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Regulating Gas Companies. It is singular that with the preva lent disposition to regulate the rail roads, no legislator has sought to make fame for himself by trying to restrict the power of the Gas Compa nies to practice extortion on their cus tomers. There is scarcely a city on the Pacific coast, where there has not been more or less complaint about the high price, and the bad quality of the Gas. Eastern cities without half the rea sons for complaint are asking the in terference of the State. From the New York Times we learn that " Mr. Donohue, an Assemblyman from Kings county, has just introduced a bill, the chief points of which are that the companies of New York and Brooklyn shall not have the right to charge more than two dollars per thousand feet for Gas ; that the illum...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 February 1874

£o.* Jtngcito Sera i SUNDAY FEB, s, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Helm nidi \»tlcfs. Tki Fiittrr PrwnamKmAK ciiri:cn will hold sereice. la the Court -I,ons at 11 a. m,. •■o-day. Key. A. Calhoun, ol Philadelphia, will occupy the fHtlptt. COJCanKGATtONAI, CHCItC)!.- -J-'inday S< rv loo—Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. I), 'i. Pack ard at It A. St., and 7P. m. Hnbbath School at 12 o'clock. M. E. Curia 11, Fonts iiu:i;r. iv uchlicrio niorrow at II \. 11. and 7p. H Sunday School ai 2' 4 o'clock. All are invited. J, M. Cuicia 1,1., Pnstor. M. B, CHl'itcH, South. -Preaching tt( 1. ok's Hull. Main street, every Sabbath al II .\. M. and 7p. m. Sunday School hi ri l .-; p. m. Key. A. M. Cami'hki.i., Pasfor. A, M. K. Hktiii- i, Cncacii.—There will )■(• preaching Sunday at 11 \. m. and r p. a , by Elder, W. H. Officii, Episcopal Chckcii—Services Ihr the pres ent In the hall of the (,'ood Templars. SI Mv 111 street, up-stairs. Hours, 11 A. St. and li P. M. Sunday School, 9! '~ Masonic Notice. I.OM Ait...

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