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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 February 1874

SATURDAY FEB. 14, 1874. A Man who Never Gambled. The Winuemuoca Register of Feb ruary Gth, tells the following story of how a man "who never gambled" was "taken in and done for" for three-card monte sharps: • The firm of LeibesA Bownarfh,whole sale cigars uealere, in Satt Francisco, -.■nt on; an agent last WW* to solicit patronasre for the arjß, SBd as it wn - bis tirst trlp.be was directed to call on 1. S. Rowinan, in this place, a brother of ilu'junior partner-w the aforesaid Hrm, and receive orders and directions as to the route he bad better take. After giving such Instructions as the hrm requested, Bowman invited the verdant youth iuto a neighboring saloon and proceeded to explain to him the "the ways that are dark and the tricks that are vain," peculiar to three card monte sharps. "Ob," said he, "you needn't trouble yourself about me; P■ c beep on the coast a good many years, and I never gamble at r.uything." "I know that," said Bow man, "but suppose you should find a 'dead th...

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. — 15 February 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eve, < morning except Monday by TIIK lit) KAMI t'ltlMlM. COMPART, OFFICE Herald Strum Book and Jab l*rllltlujf House. Spring street, opposite tlie i 'ourt House. TKIt.MS: Per annum, by mail or express 410 six months " •" 6 Three months " " • ,'i Delivered by carriers, per week, in cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. DROWNED. t ireen lire tho hanks of the beautiful river; lieep are the witters thnt flow in its bed; Htiit are the winds—of the leaves not a quiver lilsturhetti t he quiet that reigns o'er the dead. ('old, stark, and stiff,on the sands she is lying, White ns the tnarlitc from Italy's shore; Stilled is the heart with its pitiful sighing; Dead! .she has'rone, to return never more. Weary repenting, when none would believe Iter; Tired of meeting the world's scornful eye; Worn out with waiting (brdeath to relieve her, Deep 'mid the waters slu: plunged, thereto die. • . — •. ■ «♦-••..-.—' Dead! Her betrayer, at last, is relenting) Why not v...

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. — 15 February 1874

SUNDAY FEB. 15, 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. Apportionment. That there should be no apportion ment of Senators and Representatives without an accurate census of the State is plain to every one, but the proposition of the Express to throw overboard the fundamental principle that has heretofore obtained in the distribution of Representatives, and instead of apportioning them accord ing to population, making territory and business the basis, is one of the most absurd and mischievous schemes that has yet been projected. For more than a hundred years we have fought to establish the proposi tion that representation should be ac cording to population. One of the most powerful arguments against the old slave system, was that the money Invested In slaves was represented in Congress. The rotten-boroughs of England are of a like character, the ...

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. — 15 February 1874

Sas JUfli'Ws herald SUNDAY FEB. 15, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Relluloun Notices. First Conokko iTioKAI Ciinu'if. New High Street.—H»v. D. T. Packard, the Pastor, will preach at 11 in Ihe morning and 7 in the evening. Evening subject—"Rememberlist's "Wife." Sunday school at 12. Free sitlings to all. Presbytkjman—Service at County Court room this day at II o'clock. Preaching by Rev. Mr. Calhoun,of Philadelphia. Masonic Notice. Lo» Anjfele* Lodge No. 43, F. A A. !U, - The Muled meetings of this Lodge are held on the Elrst Monday of each month, at 7:80 l\ M. Member* of Pentalplia, No. 202, and all Master Masons In good standing arc cordially invited. H. C. FOY, W. M, Chas. Smith, Secretary. jiiiMf. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Itlank Forms—stationery. Blank Hooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing- Cases. Pianos, Organs. Violins and Aceowl lons, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODKICK A CO., ■ Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cas...

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. — 15 February 1874

ftageltj* gieraUL SUNDAY FEB. 15, 1874 the: bank. WM. WORKMAN. f- I", r. TKMPI.K. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, T3A.IVKJEJRS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates am' transact a UEN KB At. BASKING Bt'NIXENN. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LIMITED! AT SAN FRANCISCO. Exchange for sale on New York, Hamburg, London, Berlin and r*nri*. Frankfort. Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust anil Gov ernment, State, County and City Bonds bought and Sold. Receive valuable* for safekeck ug. NOTICE. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN _Ln that application will be made by THOMAS W. TEMPLE to the Common Council of the City ot Los Angeles at the next meeting of suld Council, to be held the llltli day of February, 1871, tor a unit-claim deed to certain lots or parcels of land situate in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, on the east side of the Los Angeles river, bounded and described as fol lows, vU: Commencing at its western corner a point distan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 February 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published every morningexcept Monday THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE-Herald Steam Rook and Job Printing lluus*, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express 810 Mix months " " 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per weelt 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. THE NATIONAL GRANGE—DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES. The National Grange, in session at St. Louis, ou Wednesday unanimously adopted the following declaration of principles: First—United by tlie strong tie of agriculture, we mutually resolve to labor for tiie good of our order, our country and mankind. Second—We heartily endorse its motto: "/« ctiscntiats unity, in non-essentials liherty; in all thing* char it ff. We shall endeavor to advance our cause by laboring to accomplish the following objects: To develop better, higher manhood and womanhood ; to enhance the comforts and attractions of our homes; to strengthen our de {(artments, to emulate each other in abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 February 1874

TUESDAY KEB. 17, IST t. 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. Fees and Salaries. A petition to the Legislature, asking the passage of a law requiring our county officials to pay all fees received by them into the county treasury, and authorizing the Board of Supervisors to fix the salaries that shall be paid them, is now in circulation, and is re ceiving the signatures of many of oui voters. The principle is a correct one,and the Legislature cannot apply it too soon. Such a law would save to the State, if made applicable to all counties alike, untold fitims of money. At tlie same time there should he a general reduc tion of fees. The amount now exact ed from the people is simply frightful. The practice of paying officials for their services by a system of fees has v tendency to demoralize the officer. There is a constant inducement to charge a high...

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. — 17 February 1874

TUESDAY FEB. 17, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Religion* Notice*. FIRST CoNOKKOATIONAI. CIICKCH, XeW High Street.—Rev. 1). T. Packard, the Pastor, will preach ot 11 In the morning and 7 In the evening. Evening subject—"Remember Lot's Wife." Sunday (school ut 12. Free sittings to all. Presbytkhian—Servleo at County Court room this day at 11 o'clock. Preaching by Rev. Mr. Calhoun,ot Philadelphia. Masonic Notice. l.os AnuelcN I.oujte Bio. 42. V. A- A. If.— The stated meetings of this Lodge are held ou the First Monday of each month, at 7i% v. M. Members of Pentalpha, No. 202, anil all Master .Masons in good standing are cordially Invited. S. C. F'OY, W. M. CRAB. Smith, Secretary. Jn22-tf. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books anil Blank Forms—.stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles' Writing (,'ases. Pianos, Organs. Violins und Accord ions, and otncr Musical Instruments lOr sale at lowest prices, by BHODHIi'K A CO., * Booksellers and .Stationers. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 February 1874

TUESDAY FEB. 17,1874. Arizona. To Mr. T. J. Wilson, formerly a resi dent of this place, but at present a denizen of Arizona, who has come back to "take out" his wife and fami ly, we are indebted for much valuable information concerning the resources of that fine territory. Mr. Wilson is bookkeeper for the Withlowbrothers; and at present, attorney for Sarah Whitlow, in the transaction of busi ness here. He gives a glowing ac count of the prospects, advantages and opportunities which Arizona holds out to settlers. Ho says that the Mc- Dowell country is quite as good land as this valley, and will produce about the same variety of crops, and semi tropical fruits, that there is abundance of wood, water and grass in that sec tion, tliat it contains magnificent cat tle and sheep ranges, but that there is no stock to put upon them, thai the settlers would be glad to see stock in large quantities taken there ; that it is an excellent country for young men of spirit, ability and enterprise ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 February 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eveij morning except Monday by THE HKRALD Pit 3.\ TING GDII'ASY, OFFICE—Herald Steam Book nnd Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Court Hons... TERMS; Per annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " " ft Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted nt liberal rates. Progressive Japan. About three hundred years* ago the first discovery and settlement by Eu ropeans of Japan was made by the Portuguese. They were well received by the natives; there was no system if exclusion then, and the foreigners vere at liberty to go where they pleas id in the Empire, and to travel from me end of it to the other, by land or s«a. The Christian religion was intro dtoed without opposition,and converts were made by the thousand. The good feeling, however, was destined to come to an end, and was occasioned by the Portuguese clergy, who, from quarrel ing among themselves, attempted to interfere with Government affairs—an toterfere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 February 1874

|\nr,c!cc iierald. WEDNESDAY FER Is, 1874. •^B!! mmamm . i 1111 I ■ "J" I .' I 111 . ■ 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. Shad we Muzzle the Cities? The rapid increase of wealth nnd population in the large cities, and tbe fact that their concentrated voting power has, in some cases, been turned to advantage by oorruptionists, has led that class of enthusiasts who think that all thy evils incident to civiliza tion can at ouce bo corrected by an act of the Legislature, to propose tl>at people living in cities shall, in a mea sure, be disfranchised. ' Experience has shown that such projects are mischievous, and always result in Injury to the cause of good government; but enthusiasts never consult such an old-fashioned guide as experience, and theories have more weight with them than facts. The fundamental principle of a free government is the ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 February 1874

WEDNESDAY FEB. 18, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notice. I.oi* Angeles Lmlire Jfo. 42. F. * A. St.— The staled meetings of tills Lode are held en the First Monday of each month, atTiXO P. M, Members of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Master Masons in good Standing are cordially invited. S. C. FOY, W. M. ' Chas. smith, Secretary. Jn22-tf and Miscellaneous Books, tw Books and Blank Forms—Stationery, Blank Books, Albums, und Ladles'Wrlflnc ■ ises. Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord - 'mis, and oilier Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODtHCK & (,'< >~ Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store IHI l!is I oliaeeo Oust for Slieepwash (fi Vets. :" r »>. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store en Back White Shirts @fj TO \t Harris' <k Jacoby's Cash Store losen pure linen handkerchiefs for |1, \ll kinds of Garden and Grass Seed sale at S. Hellnmn's, next to Post t.Mllee. 3uildings are going Op in ail parts the city. v r ery quiet on the street...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 February 1874

WEDNESDAY FEB. IS, IS7I. Tho Placcrville Republican of Feb. 12th has those items: On Wednesday last, James Page and John G. Webster left Page's ranch, in Salmon Falls township, with a team, for Clarksville, and returned home in the evening the worse for liquor. Both were single men, and no one was at home when they returned, though a brother of Page's returned soon after. Late in the night .lames Page went into tho house and tried to break into the room of his brother, using threats against his life. The brother left the house in fear of his life, and discover ed near the corral the dead body of Webster, fearfully cut about the neck and head with a* knife, and hastened to inform other parries of the fact. Pane was arrested and brought to this city on Thursday. We learn that the revival meetings now being held in this city were con si.ierably disturbed on two or three occasions last week by roughs, and that the Methodist meeting had to De closed one evening on that account. A shaft h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 February 1874

VOLUME I. §0$ fynjfUt $mM. Is Published evet.v morning except Monday THE HKRALD PRINTING COMI'ANT, OFFICE—MeraM Steam Rook antl Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS! Per annum, by mall or express $10 six months " " o Three months " " ..„..• 3 Delivered by curriers, per week, 25 oent.s Ad'-ertiscments inserted at liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. DIRECTORY . STATE OFFICERS. M-fl- <• - Hon. .1. M. Hamilton, Glienoc, Lake I!. Baxter, 320. California strict, roomf.lhird Moor, San Fmncisoo. 4»57//c Affriu— l. <;. Gardner, 830, California street, room >, third door, San Francisco, I.OS ANUKI.FJS CO*;.NTV. , dntiilii /Viii;/y--Thus. A. G'hrcr-, f,os An-' geles. Diitrirl AuaU—S. IJ. A. Stanley, Los Angeles. I.tST OK CRAyHtN. Following is a list of Granges in Lo- A n gclcs - 1 Los Angeles Grunge No. Si, Los Angeles— Thos. A. (Jarcy, Master; T. D. Hancock, Seere lar.v. Rcgiti:* arc held every Sat urday at Z- OVI <&!»', 1'- m., a' ifcssl Tcnlpla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 February 1874

THURSDAY FEB. 19, 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. Grange Co-operation. The last number of the Anaheim Califomian contains a report from a Joint committee appointed by the four Granges In the south end of this county, relative to the Grange Co-ope rative Company movements of Los Angeles and San Bernardino connties. The report favors withdrawing from the Los Angeles Grange Company al ready incorporated, and the formation of a new company that shall establish v store at some point yet to be decided upon and to be run by and patronized by the four Granges—Fairview, of Anaheim, Fruitland, of Tustin City, Orange, of Richland and Westminster. There appears to be but one side to the question as regards the advisabili ty of some such movement, but the question of how to move seems to be open to discussion. Co-operative movements of this kind are ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 February 1874

THURSDAY' FEB. 19, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notice. I.os AngeleH i.«Ml|re No. 42, F. A A. 3f .- The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on the First Monday of each month, at 7:30 P. m. Members of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Master Masons in good standing are cordially Invited. S. C. FOY, W. M. Cuas. Smith, .Secretary. jn22-tf. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. IlianI; Books, Albums, and Ludies'Writing- Cases. Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, und other Musical Instruments for sale ut lowest prices, by BRODRICK & CO., Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 5,000 n« Uobaooo Dust for fheepwash @ 7 cts. per ll>. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Open Bnck Whit* Shirts (ft 81 75. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Store V : dozen pure linen hundkerchiefs for |L All kinds of Garden and Grass Seed for sale at 8. Hellmun's, next to Post Ottlce. Clear and cold weather last-night. The Orizaba is due to-morrow m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 February 1874

THURSDAY FEB. lit, 1874. The Fishery Commission. The Commissioners ot Fisheries, de sirous of informing the public :is to what has been done and what is being done at their State hatching house, submit the following extracts from their last annual reports- Five million and forty-one thousand shad were successfully hatched <and turned loose —by far the greater part in the Hudson—a small number being shipped to*other localities wJiere it was deemed advisable to attempt to colonize them. During the period of five v> eeks in tervening between May 'JO and June ;:0, 1873, at which date the fishing ceased, owing to the high temperature of the water, the total number of na tive shad caught was 1,643, from which 0,746,000 spawn were extracted. In the year 1872 upwards of 7,500, --000 young shad wero turned loose in the Hudson, which, together with the ."1,000,000 fry put in this year, must eventually "increase the annual sup ply, inasmuch as heretofore the entire yield ofthe Hudson was...

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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. — 20 February 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eveiy morning except Monday by THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE—Herald Steam Book nnd Job Printing; House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERM*: Per annum, by mall or express 810 Six months " " 6 •Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, p«r week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. PIRRCTORY. STATE OFFK KIIH, Mister— Hon. J. M. Hamilton, Guenoc.Lake County. 8-rretctry-W. 11. Baxter, 320, California stie't, room fl, third floor, Han Francisco. Hue Agent —l. G. Gardner. 890, California street, room I), third floor, Han Francisco. LOS anuki.es county. rsnintg Deputy—TUos. A. Garey, I,os An geles. District Ai/rnt—.t. Q> A. Stanley, Los Angeles. LIST OF OUAXGES. Following is a list of Granges ln Los Angeles county: lios Angeles Grange No. 30, Los Angeles— Thos. A. Garey, Master; T. D, Hancock, Secre tary. Regular meetings are held every Sat urday at 2 o'clock, p. in., at. Good Templar Hall. Compton Grange No....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 February 1874

FRIDAY FER. 20, 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. Homes in Southern California. Taking everything into considera tion, Southern California oners better Inducements to men of moderate means, who are looking for homes, than any other section of the Union. The States and Territories bordering on the Missouri river may furnish cheaper lands, and they may be more accessible to the emigrant from the Eastern States, but our superior cli mate, and, above all, the great variety of our productions, overbalance that consideration. The settler on Government or rail road lands in Kansas or Nebrafka is confined to stock-raising. He is such a distance from market that it will not pay to raise grain, and there is nothing left for him to do but to feed cattle. To do this successfully requires a good deal of capital The rigor of the climate also compels hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 February 1874

FRIDAY FEB. 20, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notice. Lost AiiKcle* M: 42. 9, A A. si,— The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on the First Monday Of each month, at 7::w p. at, Members of Pentalplin, No. 202, and all Master Masons iv good Standing arc cordially Invited. 8. 0. FOV, W. M. chas. Smith, Becrotnfy. jn22-tf. School and Miscellaneous Hooks, haw hooks and Blank Forms—stationery. Blank hooks, Albums, mid Ladies' Wrltlng- Casos. Pianos, Organs. Violins nnd Accord ions, mid oilier Musical Instruments for tale at lowest prices, by BROD&CK & CO., Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store s,(xk)Km tTobaacoDatttotßheepwash 01 ~ots. per ii.. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Open RMk White Shirts (.1 31 "j. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Store y, dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for 51. All kinds of Garden and Grass Sued for sale at S. Hellman's, next to I'ost Ofllee. General Banning has returned from his Eastern trip. We noticed a basket of choi...

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