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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 February 1874

FRIDAY FEB. 27, 1874. Peter Van Valkenburg, an old citi zen of Union, Utah, was killed by some unknown assassin, on Wednes day evening last, nine balls being shot into his body. He. was driving his team at the time. The Ingersoll steam drill lately put ln operation ln the Sanderson mine at Railroad Flat is working satisfactorily. The drill is employed in sinking the shaft, has put a hole down inches, in very hard roeli, id:'|jfcven minutes. Frank St. Sure, of OroviUe, a man of family, suddenly disappeared a week ago* aad no trace of-hHw, wrevpt ing his hat, has been found. He was tnthe habit of going on "sprees," and it is possible he will yet lie heart! from. Santa Rosa Orange met on Saturday last, and again on Monday, to confer the degree of Harvester on a number of candidates. There was, as Islisual ou such occasions, a harvest feaAt. . l ■ ELECTION NOTICE. </THT // e/lUf'".V j NOTICE is Hereby .Given to the qualified electors of Little Uike School District, County of Los Ange...

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. — 28 February 1874

VOLUME I. ■ — Is Published eve,» morning cxccpl Monday by c iiK iikkai.i) PBrtrrijru coxvaky, OFFCE -lleralil Bieam Book find Job i'riut 11 % llau.ne, spring street, opposite the Co irl. 110 ise. fEUMSI Per annum, by mall or express $10 six months " " tl Three months " " • ;| Delivered hy carriers, per Week 2a cent 4 Vdverl I «>mcnt - inserted at liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. ,3nftLj ll: t TO UV. sr.vn; OFFICKIHi. Matter —Hun. J. .'.I. Hamilton, (iucnoo, Lake i •unity. ,I,y>relitry—yt. If. Baxter, «p, California $iifvf, room !), thlr.l Hour, Sun r'ranchtan. State Agent—\. o. Gardner. 830, California street, room B, third Boor, Ban Francisco, I.OS AN(IKU« COI STI. County l>ijnitji Tims. A. Cany, Los An- CeICS. Diitnet .1./r-;i<—.l. »|. A. Stanley, Cos Angeles. " T.IST OF (IKAXOKS. Following Is a list of Granges in Los Angeles c unty: Lot Angeles Grange No. 86, Los Angeles— Thos. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Hancock, Secre tary. Regular meeting,, are held every Sat urday...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 February 1874

SATURDAY FEB. 28, 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. Our Wine Interests. We publish in this issue an impor tant letter introduced by Mr. M. J. Newmark at the last meeting of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, and adopted, addressed tJ our Delegation In Con gress, showing forcibly the injurious effects of tbe present tariff on our na tive wine and brandy interests, and also proving most conclusively that should the proposed change to an ad valorem duty of 40 per cent, on still wines be made, this important in dustry would be completely ruined. Mr. Newmark might have gone still further in showing how unprofitable the cultivation of the grape has be come, for it is a well known fact that the present year the celebrated Wolf skin vineyard, thirty years of age, as also numbers of other old vineyards, have been torn u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 February 1874

%a? Antics JirraM • • ' ■ ~ i ' —-— - SATURDAY FEB. 28, ffii. CITY AND SUBURBS. Masonic Notic! The Ofleers nntl Member* ol lam An t i-!i-s ( iiajilci-\o.'l!, R. A. M., arc ivi|iir-ti'.| lo mi el al Ihe Masonic Hull 'fills (Saturday) EVENI NG, at 1' :, o'clock, and each eVetting oftHe coming week, for l he purpose of Instruc tion in the work and lectures of the Hey a I \ rch Degrges, Ry-ftrd'er of Ihe M. R, 11. ]'. W. 11. A. KII>D, AH Iw Sccivlary. Hojotirqlng i 'nmpuiiious cordially Invited, Masonic Notice. I.os Anaclen Lodge No. 42. I. * A. M, — The staled meetings of Ibis Lodge are held on the First Monday of each month, al 7ji c. K. Members of I'cntnlphn, No. 202, and all Master Masons In good standing lire cordially invited. s. c. l'nY, w. M. cii\s. Smith, Secretary. JniMf. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law liooks and Blank Porms—Stationery, lilioik Looks, Albums, and Ladies' Writing cases. Pianos, Orgnrm, Violins and Accm-d --lons, and Other Musical Instruments' for sale a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 February 1874

SATURDAY FEB. 28, 1874. The Codes. We hftve received a circular in ad vocacy ol' Yamhill's biß to provide for :> permanent Code Commission, which, we presume, is from the pen of Hon. < 'harles Lindley, a member of the first t 'ode Commissfafo, who resigned when he found the Codes were tobe hurriedly adopted, and who has recently issued a thoughtful pamphlet upon the proper mode and mcansof finishing the work. We quote : " Sink persam out of sight and hear ing, but give ear to the voice of his tory, reason, experience, knowledge and proof from whatever source they come. "Hear me for my cause, and be silent that you may hoar"—the cause of law reform—of bringing order out of chaos—of perfecting t of preventing a complete disintegra tion of the embryo I 'ode system. "The Legislature will save the Su preme Court one-half of its labors, the people one-half of the amount now ex pended in litigation, awl will substi tute expedition, certainty aud economy for the " laws delay," the "la...

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

VOLUME I. i'os grttffdtt ItcraUl. Is Published ev*i j morning axcout Monday til LOS A \«. J S.S.S CITY A3fl» COI N TV PHI-VriNU A\l» Pi HI.ISHI VO COMPANY. OKKK'E-tlernlil Sterna Bowk and Job Priuting- 11.m.. street, opposite ib<; Court House. TKRMS: Per annum, by mail or expros-- <U0 Six months " •« " t! Three months •• " • I Delivered by earrlers, per week, 25 cuts Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Ncllii' (Irant will be married this spring. Mark Hopkins, tho Central Pacific magnate, is seriously ill. The thermometer indicated nineteen degrees below zero at Eureka, Nevada, 00 the night ot the 23d. Donald McKay and a band of bis Warm Springs Indians will go East on a tour about the middle of this month. ¥ 9QD AL mX PiQia n v Tbe subordinate Granges of Santa Clara county w ill meet at San Jose on the 2lid for the purpose of organising a County Council. Tbe epizootic has mmle its appear ance in New York, and other Eastern cities, as well as in Oregon and som...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 March 1874

£0$ &*%t\tt ftmUl SUNDAY MARCH 1, 1874. A New Management. To-day the management of the Her ald is assumed by the Los Angeles City and County Printing ami Pub lishing Company, an association or ganized, as its name indicates, by the business men and farmers of the city and County. The aim of its new proprietors will be to furnish a reliable family and business newspaper. It will be devoted te the advancement of the interests of our city, county and State, and will always have an encouraging word for every worthy enterprise. Controlled by no party, clique or combination, it will labor earnestly for the public good, and by a faithful attention to the interests of Los An geles and the surrounding country, it hopes to merit and receive the sub stantial support of the people. Believing that performances will go much further than promises, the Her ald simply asks that it shall be judged according to the standard applied to any other enterprise, and is willing to take its chances for su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 March 1874

SUNDAY" MARCH 1, 1874. Masonic Notice. i.os Aawetea htmgf Vm* 43. F. a a. If,— The slated meetings of this Lodge ore held on the First Monday of ouch month, at 7:3o**. M. Members of PeatHlDlm, No. 20-.', and all Master Masons iii good standing arc cordially invited. s. ('. VOX, W. M.' i.'iias. smith, Secretary, jnas-tr. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books nnd Blank Forms—Stationery. Plunk liooks, Albums, ami Ladles' Wrlting- I'ases. Pianos, Organs, Violins and Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest pries, by HUoDItICK A CO., Ilookscl lers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 6,(100 ttis IroktMOO Dust for sheepwash iv, 7 cts. per tk At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Open Hack White Shirts <;« il 7">. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Store y t dozen pure linen handkerchiefs forjl. All kinds of Garden and Grass Seed for sale at S. llellmau's, next to Post (Hlice. CHURCH NOTICE. The First Presbyterian drum ii will hold services la the Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 March 1874

SUNDAY MARCH 1, 1574. CITY AND SUBURBS. Four car-loads of fir flooring, shipped direct from Eureka, were received at the depot Sat unlay. The work of cleaving out the gutter on Spring street, near First, begun Saturday morning, and not a moment tuosoou. |* j cAk ; > *4 3UT R. H. Dalton, Esq.. left On the steamer Saturday for a trip to San Francisco, lie will return in about two weeks. An unusually frtrrre lot of burtrrni was received at the depot Saturday, the late rains having previiUied its ar rival before. The Articles of Association of the Spring and Sixth Street Railroad Com pany, of this city, were filed in the office of the Secretary ut" totato on Tuesday. We are informed by Mr. Littlelield that the Library bill has passed both Houses of the' Legislature, and only awaits the Governor's stgitature to be come a law. The meeting of the Southern District Agricultural Society, advertised to take place at the Clarendon, on Satur day, did not come off. Not enough of the members w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 March 1874

VOLUME I. §** ginger XuuUl Is Published ovoi j morning except Monday Tilt: LOS AHOKUM CITY AND COIW tv mmwmm am» pi hi.ikhivu COMPANY. OPKTOE—Heealil steam Book ami Job I'riiitlnx House. Spring street, opposite the Court Ibms ~, TERMS: Pur annum, by mull or express «lo six months •« » « Throe months '• " ■ ;( Delivered by carriers, per week, l'"> cents Ad'-ertWeinants inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Grangers or Solano county bf ganized a county council on the 27th. Tho Colusa Sun announces that the Grangers m that vlcfnrty will soon start a hank. Thirty earn of barley for the East left Sacramento by the overland freight train last Friday. Considerable stock has been shot down by parties in Fresno county, on who3o crops it was trespassing. The receipts of the Kan Francisco Custom-house for the month of Feb ruary amounted to 1668,148. The people of Fresno county want the County seat removed from Millor ton, hut have not decided to what point. The Methodists of Bakerstiel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 March 1874

TUESDAY MARCH 3, 1574. The Grangers on Pooi-Selling at Agricultural Fairs. The District Council of the Patrons of Husbandry of Los Angeles county opened the Agftt last Full against the practice of making horso-raeing and pool-selling the prominent feature in the State and District Agricultural FaiM of this State. Not only did the County Council at its meeting in this city, on the 3d of January, severely condemn the endorsement of gambling by these societies, but the Masters of seventeen Oranges in this district sub sequently petitioned the Legislature t> aid an agricultural society that should make agricultural and mechan ical pursuits the especial feature of the fairs to be held by it. The memorial lias been favorably commented on by many of the prominent papers of the State, ami has met with a hearty en dorsement from the Grangers in other localities. In a recent issue of the Healdsburg, Sonoma County, Flag, we notice a series of resolutions which take the managers of the State...

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

$0$ Steriild n f.sday march s, ik-4. HOTEL ARRIVALS. i ue folluwieg i< ii lUI ni tho arrival!) fit the Various hotels hi I til* city up to !i o'clock lust night: 1 'LA I!EX D<)N. .1 W Young, Ji'isi' v i <i Htonemau, s y Daniel Earl, 8 V X M slaughter, S Uerti V Kink, s V W It bevleli, s Bora Geo Et Dolprnt, H r ,i a smith, s Bern Pico. (ieo Runnel, 8 k ii I. Hum men, H p A Carttldge, s v ll n Bancroft, s P 11 soak.s X Miss Kate Bancroft.HK i; mNervmatt, Buffalo ll I, Lvninn, liuiialo Walter Blair, Oakland I Beldefi, H P I.A PAYETTE. F H GolllnnljH Diego .1 V Kennedy, H Diego lielu Owia, S Diego V H Caldwell, N V •I II Dibble, H Clara It B Donovan, H Clara .1 S River, lla.vwinds .1 B Merrltt, Kdefi rale M D French,BClara V Rouke. Berlin 11 RKlrby.WatUworthJ Fitch, H X P 11 Merchant, S Dicgoll X lluck.S Diego Chas Palmer, 8 X w II TheUer.H 1-' (I E Knight, S P T Nolly,Swurse P H Rnse, M S IVi'do I! Colling, Wllmlng'n P Macnado, Wllmln'nTA smith, Wllmlng'n Joe Slur, Wilmington...

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

TUESDAY MARCH 3, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Yesterday morning another heavy rain set in. The Kalorama arrived at Wilming tolt yesterday. Wm. McCabe, tlie agent of tiie Templeton Troupe, has arrived in thiseity. Three teams left the depot yesterday for San Bernardino consigned to M. A C, R. & 8., J. McC—one each. The certificates of stock in the Spring and Sixth Street itailroad were print ed at this oftiee yesterday morning. The Dexter Saloon was closed yes terday, and the Sheriff's "card" pasted on the door gives the reason why. The arrests from Saturday night till Monday morning were six in number, all for the same charge—drunk and disorderly. The San Francisco mail was three hours late yesterday, owing to the rains having retarded the progress of the stage. We have already had more than enough rain to insure n good season, and would appreciate a little clear weather for the present. There will be a called meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Library As sociation at half-past ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 March 1874

VOLUME I. Ik Published eveiy morning except Monday TIIK MM ANOKLKS CITY AND COs'N TV PKINTI.VU ANII PI ItI.INIIINO COMPANY. OKKICE-Herald Mteniu Hook and Job Printing Monte, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: I'er annum, by mail or express $10 six months " " 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week £> cents Advortlsements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Christian Chinese in Sun Fran cisco hold a weekly prayer meeting. Prof. Chancy has been lecturing in Sun Jose on the "Antiquity of Man." There is as much money invested in drinking saloons in San Francisco as in hanking. The Sacramento river is still falling and is now about sixteen feet above low water mark. Thompson,the Grass Valley high wayman, has been sentenced to fifteen years in the State Prison. There were eighty-two deaths in San Francisco last week; fifty-two males, and thirty females. There is a baseball revival in San Francisco. Clubs are being organized at the rate of thirty a wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 March 1874

§*i grttfltn leraML COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 1874. Railroads Still a Power in Congress Our dispatches state that Luttrell has been endeavoring ever since the open ing of the session to secure congres sional investigation of the manage ment of the Contract and Finance Company in building the Central Pacific, but that owing to the success ful opposition of the combined rail road forces in Congress, notwith standing his perseverance, all at tempts to open up the subject have been defeated. Right or wrong, the people of California are of the opinion that there has been colossal swindling in the building of the Central Pacific, and the fact that an effort to have the matter investigated meets with oppo sition by the railroad folks is enough of itself to convince people that there is something wrong. We do not be lieve the call for an investigation is mere idle clamor, or that it arises simply from a desire on the part of Mr. Luttrell to gain a little cheap no toriety. Th...

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

WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 1874. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladies' Writin g piano-, (irinnis. Violins and Accord ions, and oilier Musical instruments for sale at lowest prlu is, by BR< >DRICK A CO., Booksellers and stationers. New goods are cpming in fast for the new slore Important. They are selling goods al prices that were never hoard of on the Pa cine Coast. All goods sold arc new, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. Re member, the store Is under the Lafayette Hotel, on Main street. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store 6,(hsi His tobacco Dust for Sheepwush <H 7 cts. per B>, At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store Open Back White Shirts @ tl 76. At Harris' & Jaeoby's Cash Store Y £ dozen pure linen handkerchiefs forth Thermometrical Record. According to the plan of the Smithsonian in stitute. Kept especially for the H kkai.li by Brodrlck A Co. Majicii :!, 1871. 9 A. M Sic, | 2 P. M th I 8 V. M tHe Ave...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. There is a telegram at the Telegraph office for C. Cabarl. The total rainfall to date, according to Ducommun Is 22.41 inches. Tlie sale of property for delinquent taxes is postponed until 11 o'clock to-day. Rev. W. B. Hill has received a call from the vestry of St. Athanasius Church. The choicest Los Angeles oranges bring as much as $00 per thousand in the city. Governor Downey is filling up the lake on Main street, in front of his fine property. The meeting of the Library Trustees, announced to take place last evening, failed to connect. Simon Levy has bought 4,000 sheep of Antonio Labory, andhas also rented his ranch for a year. The advertisement of the Steams Rancho will be found iv our columns. A choice body of land is offered. A. W. Potts has just received his commission from the Governor as County Clerk for his second term. Yesterday workmen were engaged in repairing the roof of the Court bouse, which was very l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 March 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eve,., morning except Monduy THE UNI ANGKLKS CITY AND t'Ol'Jt- TV PRINTING ANI> PI BLINKING «'OMPANV. i IFWCE— Herald ftleam nook and Job Printing lloiise. Spring Street, opposite the (lotlli House. I'KKMS: I'.-r annum, by mail or express 010 six months " " ii Three months " " • 3 Delivered by curriers, per week, M cent* Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The total number of arrests in San Francisco last month was 1,241. The public debt statement for Febru ary shows a decrease of $2,520,087. The Colusa farmers have organized a savings bank with a capital of 9600,000. The San Francisco Mint coined 270, --000 trade dollars during the month of February. The West Coast Signal naniinates Hon. F. L. Freeman for Governor at the next election. The United States Treasurer in New York will sell 18,000,000 iv gold during the month of March. A Mexican named Juan Sota, living near Livennore, died one day last week from bleeding of the nose. Freeman's ...

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

£0$ &*%tm §tar*tl COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 5, 1874. Continental Freights. The difference heretofore existing between the Union Pacific and con necting roada at Omaha for the East, have at length been settled, and over land freights will henceforth roll har moniously along the great continental thoroughfare unvexed by differences between the railway kings. The re fusal of the Union Pacific to accede to the terms demanded by the other roads has been the cause of much vexation and delay in the shipment of goods, both East and West, and heavy shipments to New York have been made by the Pacific steamship line that otherwise would have gone by rail. This latter fact has had more to do with the backing down of tin* Union Pacific than anything else. The increased facilities of the Pacific Mail line has enabled them to otter very favorable terms to shippers, and the Chicago roads, availing them selves of this change, perfected arrangements by which their Califor nia freights...

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

THURSDAY MARCH 5, 1874. School and Miscellaneous Books, LnM Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Hooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing- Cases. Pianos, organs. Violins and Accord* lons, and othot Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, hv BROimicK 4 CO., Ilooksellei-s ami Stationers. New goods tire coining in fast for the new store Important. They are sidling goods at prices that were never heard of on the Pa cific Coast. All goods sold are new, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. Re member, the store is under the Lufuvcttc Hotel, on Main street. At Harris & Jaeoby's (lash Store 6,000R>8 I'ohacco DUSt (Of Shcepwash (8 7 cts. per |b. "\_ At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store Open Rack White Shirts <g 81 75. At Harris' & Jaeoby's Cash Store \', dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for 81. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, March 4th. Gold, 112% i ivec.backs—Buying, 90; selling, 1)1. Local Markets. PROVISIONS, Ki.oi'u— Nails, fl keg... (i 00 K.\lnO:H>!(l.J 725 FRUIT— Su...

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