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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 5, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. There is a telegram at the ottice for Chas. B. Ailing. Mr. Athearn, of the Anaheim Cali fornian, is in town. An examination of applicants for teachers' certificates is under way. Masons are engaged in layiug a brick floor in one of the inner courts of Temple block. The bill to extend the powers of the Los Nietos Collegiate Institute, pre sented by Veuable, has passed the As sembly. The Fanny Morgan Phelps troupe leave us to-day for San Francisco on the Orizaba. There were no arrests made by the police yesterday, all being as quiet and orderly as could be wished. The Board of Supervisors to-day will continue the drawing of the jur ors to serve for the coming year. HE. Newbauer is receiving a new stock of furniture to replace that de stroyed by the lire, and will open in a week or two. Our job printer is getting out a large quantity of "Orange Codes," to be used by the various granges in this section of the county. Two w...

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. — 6 March 1874

VOLUME I. I i Published evei.v morning except Monday by THE UN ANUKLEN CITY AND COUN TY PRINTING AND PI'RMNHINU COMPANY. OFFICE-Herald Steam Book mill Job Ii inlOi; lluiimc, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: IVr annum, by mall or express $10 six months " " 6 Three months " • " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Chili is being shaken up by earth quakes. The Cuban patriot force Is reported to number 12,000 men. All Ging, a Chinese desperado, is cavorting around San Jose. The Alaska//craM wants Sitka and Wrangell made free ports of entry. The wild geese are about to destroy the growing grain in Colusa county. Tho police of Sacramento made 153 arrests during the month of February. Another of the Sun printers has sued De Young for false imprison ment. There are two tobacco factories at Gilroy, which give employment to 125 persons. A shipment of 1,400 Bibles and Tes taments was received in Olympia, \V. T., last ...

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. — 6 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH (5, 1874. The Wool-Growers. The adjourned meeting of the Wool growers' Convention will be held in the Court-house in this city to-morrow. The labors of the committee appointed at the first meeting will be submitted, and the question of what to do and how to do it will then be fairly before the men of many slieep. It is possible that efforts may be made to run this Convention in the interest of parties who are more npted for gathering wool than raising it, but if a general attendance of those who own sheep is secured, there can be no dan ger of this kind. One thing is certain; if an organization is to be effected that will be of any service in handling the product of the small growers, the claims of localities must be sunk out of sight, and the general good of the business only be kept in view. There can be no doubt that co-operation among our wool-growers would be pro ductive of good. As it now stands they are compelled to dispose of their clip to...

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. — 6 March 1874

FRIDAY MARCH G, 1874. Thermometrical Record. According to the plan of the Smithsonian In stitute. Kept especially forthe hkh.w.h by Brodrlch A Co. March 15, 1871. U A. M 0 I % \\ M ".7 j| S I. M M A vi rage, W/ v GOLD REPORT. San Fkam i-ieo, March Ith. Gold, 111%. Greenbacks—Buying, 80!.,; selling, 90. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. Dr G H Bet her, wife a M L Cutter a wife, X V son, S F JnoSproStoii.wll'e and Dr A V shaw.do child, s f Volney Wright. PICO. M L Han;, S X G W Blthen a wife,do .Mrs Pettor, Cleveland Mrs Kutman.do M 1. Cutter S wife, NY J X Hooper, S F Mrs A .1 Nye, s X R BOarflold, H Barb's Walter Blair, Oakland J Belden.B F T J Assktn, La. LA FAYETTK. J Smith, H V CI Cork, S F C A Resting, do A Klndals, Peseadero M F Roberts, s F .1 1. Chambers, i, Nie's 11 Kelly, do A Loues.S F O VGcirzahck, do Kellen, Anaheim Dr Ellis, Anaheim E Shepherd, Iran Jose N CVsemnayer, 111 I) H Baker, Nevada <{ Knight, S C R Farlong, Orange Mrs M L Richardson, W Steuurt, Fullon WJ Williams, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Ex-Senator Cole sailed for San Fran cisco on the Orizaba yesterday. Fort street, near Second, is being graveled and otherwise greatly im proved. The Supervisors were engaged yes terday in drawing the list of jurors for the year. Reserved seats for the Skating Car nival Saturday night can be had at Brodrick's. The carpeuters have commenced work on the new bank building on Main street. The examination of applicants for teachers'certificates is still going on in Good Templars' Hall. A number of the worst mud-holes in our streets have been filled up with gravel during the past few days. Samuel Percy remains in our city for a week or'two, and in the mean time will give a few parlor entertain ments in the way of select readings. H. H. Bancroft left yesterday for San Francisco by the stage. He has been collecting facts for use in his new work on the early history of Cali fornia. Mr. Winans and family, who have been stopping in L...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 March 1874

VOLUME I. §?M JicvuUl. la Published eve»y morning except Monday by THE LOS ANOELKS CITY A Nil COIN TV PKINTIXU A9TB I'ITIKIMIIXU COMPANY. OFFICE llcriild Steam liooK and Job t'< i ni in , limine, Hpi'iiiir street, opposite tlie Court House. TKKMS: Per annum, by mail or express $10 six months " " li Three months " " ' .'I i lollvered by oarrlers, per week, %'> cents Ail"ertWements inserted ut liberal rates. NEWS' ITEMS. Pneumonia Is prevailing' in Sacra merito to an urtusual extent. Young Louis Napoleon will betwon ty-one years old on the 16th. Josh Billings is in Carson Cily, Xe vada, on his way to California, The average daily yield of the Belcher mine exceeds 560 tons of good ore. The Constitution took ,'{oo flasks of quicksilver, on her last trip, all for Chili. Assay offices are to lie established at Chicago, St. Louis and Helena, .Mon tana. Tlie business of the Patent Office is larger than ever before, and is steadily increasing. The steamer Alaska is on the way from Hong...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1874. A Defense of the State Agricul tural Society. A few dtty*--HrUee the H«»AM> l s edi torial columns oontainod a Dries synopsis of, anil allusion to, a series of resolutions passed by tlie Healdsbuit' Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry in reference lothe management of the State Agricultural Society. The reso lutions in question gave the following statement of the expenses of flic' socie ty and the relative amount paid in premium* fn*rfHn?*> and for <ilher purposes: T..i!il ainmnit nfliaiieiJitiiMs .Mil 147A1l it: Amount paid (or racing premiums... 12,421 m Total amount of agricultural, stock. meoliauii'dU'inLnlng atyl tu-emfcin**.. > Ofall kinds paid by tlie society ~,'T,l (0 From this exhibit the Healdsburg Grangers argue that the principal ob ject of the association seems* to he the encouragement of horse-racing, and that the agri<?irttufal find either indus trial interests oT the State Mere pracl i cally ignored. Assumin...

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

~ 1 SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1874. School ami Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Blank Forma—Stationery, cian'c liooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing* i • ~.. . I'itoiO . nivalis. Yiolitv-' mi'l.A«-uni i.ins, yii-I other \< aeai Ihsirilnienrs ftti s'ul. kfumm lifr, ' Bookseller* and stationers. New goods are coining in fast for the new store Important. They are selling goods nt prices tliat were never heard of on the Pa cific Coast. All goods sold are new, and KUlir&nteed to give entire satisfaction. Re member, flic store is under tlie I.nfavette Hotel, on Alain streel. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store 6,000 tfcfl I'obacco Dust for Sheepwash Ot 7e|s. per il. At Harris Jaeoby's Cash Store Open Bach WhlteSldrts «f-»/ fe. At Harris' »fe Jaeoby's Cash Store 1 . dozen pure linen handkerchiefs lbr, fl< x. ...i-l x-at-U-L ■■■ Thermometrical Record. According to the plan of the Smithsonian In stitute. Kept especially for the Hk.kai.ii by lliodrickA; Co. M.\neil (i, \nl4. !» A. Ji -f,| ;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Governor Stafford, of Arizona, is in town. Askin & Metzker have received a new carriage. The Recorder's office is receiving a coat of paint and whitewash. A number of shade trees have been planted in front of the Synagogue. The steamer California, carrying freight only, is due at Wilmington to day. Four ear-loads of miscellaneous freight were received at the depot yes terday. The tickets for the school exhibition next Wednesday evening are meeting with a lively sale. Mr. Gillette, the County Recorder, is enlarging and improving his resi dence on Hill street. Justice Gray, who has been on the sick list for a few days, is recovering, and will soon be about again. A small brick building is being erected in the rear of McDonald's res taurant, on Commercial street. The citizens of El Monte will apply to the State for assistance to confine the San Gabriel river to its channel. The Sheriff 'I sale of property for delinquen...

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

VOLUME I. b; PublUhod eve, morning ezoepl Monday i>v TJIK 1.0.S ANUELIM ( ITYA.M) COtTtf. TV FKINTINO AND PI'BI.IMHIXU rOMIM.W. OFFICE -■•mill Si .■nut Book nml .lob I'rimiiiK House, six■ meafreet,oppn.it>- the L'mtrl Houae. TKllMfs: I'<t annum, by mall or expres* In) siv mouths "•• " t U Three months " " It I i. liverecl by carriers, per week, HQ rents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Business is dull along Puget Sound. The California Granger is going to run its power press by water power. Oroville was slightly burglarised on the night ol" Washington's birthday. Mrs. Cook, who was shot by her hus band in a Sacramento hotel, is recov ering. The telegraph line between upper and lower Tacoma has been com pleted. The King murder trial la progress ing in New York, a jury having been obtained. The scarlatina still prevails in Oak land, but the physicians report it a.s decreasing. Barnuin lias shipped a grand collec tion of animals for his new museum from Lon...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 8, 1874. Proposed Improvement of Oakland Harbor. While this subject is not a matter of special interest to the people of Los Angeles it is a matter of general inter est to the whole State, and we hope that none of the prejudices arising on either side from the Goat Islaud squabble, will be appealed to in deter mining the propriety of carrying out the recommendations of the engineers. We believe in the development of every available harbor on the coast, from San Diego to the northern boun dary of the State. Such developments add wealth, population and greatness. It is a mistaken policy for one town or city to fight back the prosperity or development ot another except by the laws of trade legitimately applied. The State is much safer and society much better, where population is more equally distributed over the country and into more numerous towns and cities of less size, than when it is con centrated in one grand center. San Francisco will never gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 March 1874

SUNDAY MARCH 8, 1874. Patronize the new stoic Important under the Lafayette Hotel, where goods will be round lower than has oyer been known heretofore. The important intends remain ing wit li us, and the public will find the same prices all th* year round. They have Him cases of goods ell route fur this place. New goods received by every steamer. Polite salesmen are in attendance, who show goods with smiling countenances. School and Miscellaneous Hooks, Law Rooks and liinulc Forms—Stationery, Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles' Writing* Cases. Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODRICK & CO., Booksellers and Stationers. New goods are coining in fast for the new store Important. The) arc selling goods at prices that Were never heard of Oil the Pa cilic Coast. All goods sold are new, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. Re member, the stoic is under the Lalayelte Hotel, on .Main street. At Harris & Jaeoby's...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 8 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER SUNDAY MARCH 8, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The local markets rule steady and unchanged. Don't forget the School Exhibition Wednesday evening. Major Hancock in shipping a lot of asphaltum to San Diego. Building is lively In this city, con sidering the season of the year. A class of ten took the first degree yesterday in the Los Angeles Grange. A row of cypress trees have been planted in front of Soulen's restaurant. The receipts of bullion at the depot have been unusually heavy for several days. J. Phillips is putting up a residence on Buena Vista street, at a cost of $3,000. The iron pillars of the new bank building were placed in position yes terday.. There are telegrams at the Western Union office for A. F. Kirschwalt and K. M. Williams. . A little attention to the condition of thegutterson Main and a fewotlur streets would not be amiss. Our stages are getting In pietty nearly on time, a sure indication that the roads are in an improved condi tion. The steamer S...

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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. — 10 March 1874

VOLUME I. It Published bvvi) miyning except Monday by i hi l.os ivi,ii,i> mi wit tot \. TV PItINTINU. ANO Ft UI.IttHINU COMPANY. OFFICK—Herald Steam Book uiiil Job Printing House, Spring Htreet, opposite the Court House. TKRMH: P*r annum, by mall or express |N six months " " ti Three months " " • I) Delivered by curriers, per week, SS cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Bakerstield |is erecting a calaboose. Josh Billings has been lecturing iv Denver. The Catholics are building a church at Hollister. Denver is to be "illustrated" in Harper's Weekly, Chief Justice Waite took the oath of office Oil the 4th. Two or three more of the Bonder family have been arrested. Miss Neilson, tlie celebrated actress, has arrived in San Francisco. Portland, Oregon, takes in a ton of Puget Sound iisli every day. A little boy twelve years of age was killed in San Jose by the cars. The price of tine silver in New York is from 51.20 to §1.28 per ounce. J. W. Foard has been reco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 10 March 1874

COS SrttgttfJ %<tM. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 10, 1874. Minority Representation and Ap portionment. The Alta in the course of an article favoring minority, representation, takes occasion to say that notwith standing our boasts of political pro gress we are behind the English in ac cording to minorities the right to a share in legislation. If the assertion is meant only to apply to this State of California, It may be correct, but the plan has been tried in other portions of the United States, and so far has been found to work to tbe satisfaction of the people. The members of the late Constitutional Convention of Pennsylvania were chosen on the plan proposed by ex-Senator Buckalew, which is similar in many respects to the English system referred to by the Alta, and the result lias been in the highest degree favorable. Xo abler or more impartial a body has ever been chosen in that State and the Consti tution perfected by it and adopted by tiie people of Pennsylvania is ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 10 March 1874

TUESDAY MARCH 10, 1874. PatronlKe the new stole Important under the Lafayette Hotel, where goods will be Ihurtd lower thai, has ever been known heretofore, The important Intends remain ing with us, and tiie public will lind the same prices all the >co round. They have KIWI eases of goods ell route tor this place. New gtKKls received hy every steamer. Polite salesmen are In nt tendance, who show goods with smiling countenances. School and Miscellaneous Rooks, Law Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, aud Ladles' Writin g pianos, Organs. Violin* and Accord- lons, anil otner Musical Instrument* for sale at lowesl prices, by IIRODIHCK A CO., Booksellers ami stationers. Now or never! To-morrow will pos itively hi'the last day on which new and old books may be bought at Noyes' auction store, at ruinous rates. At Harris it Jaeoby's Cash Store 6,IKK| tl.s Tobacco Dust for Sheep Was ll (■ 7 cts. per 11.. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Stoic Open Back White Shirts <v SI ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 10 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER TUESDAY MARCH 10, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The California is due at Wilming ton. Mud la*e on Alexander street has at last been filled up. Governor Safford and party left here for Arizona yesterday. Financially the carnival last Satur day night was not a success. Sunday was a quiet day on the street, no arrests of any kind being made. Some of the Los Angeles street mud holes have received a sugar-coating of gravel. The Library Trustees hold a meet ing to-night, at which important bus iness will be transacted. The Sheriff waded through a num ber of the letters of the alphabet yes terday in his tax sales. The telegraph stage arrived in town at 2:45 yesterday, fifteen minutes ahead of its regular time. There are telegrams at the Western Union office for Albert T. Kercheval, Moreal Be Be Van and W. S. Lyons. The Sheriff will sell all of the prop erty not yet bid off, in front of the Court-house to-day at eleven o'clock. The depot folks are crowded with business. Heav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 March 1874

VOLUME I. lUfjdcjs fmixhl I>j Published eve, > morning except Monday by THE LON ANUF.I.KS CITY AND COIN TV PIMNTINO AMI PIBLIMIUNU COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Steam Book nnd Job Printing: Mouse, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express 410 Six mouths " " 8 Three months " " '. 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 'ft cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Caleb Cashing sailed for Madrid on the 7th. The Comstock lode ships daily 120 carloads of ore. John MoCullough, the actor, has gone east on a tour. Lead pencils are now made in Jer sey City entirely hy machinery. Prof. Le Conte has been lecturing on the Darwinian theory in Oakland. Salinas Valley has one hundred and ten thousand acres of land in cultiva tion. The Monterey and Salinas railroad company has tiled its articles of Incor poration. The snow blockade on the Central Pacific has been raised, and trains are again on time. James Sibley of Visalia testifies his faith in al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 1874. Disturbing Elements. The condition of the average politi cian now-a-days is anything but an enviable one. The lesson of independ ence that the mass of voters have learned in the past few years, make them anything but pleasant subjects for manipulation. Two years ago the liberals unceremoniously thrust them selves into the held, shattering the old Democracy beyond redemption and giving the Republicans a scare from which they have not yet recovered. Following them came the Grangers, and notwithstanding their repeated declaration of non-political intentions they have seriously disturbed 'the even tenor of party politics, and made the couches of political leaders anything but a bed of roses. And now come the Tem perance Crusaders to still further complicate tlie already intricate prob lem of how to steer the party ships. Outside of Ohio where tlie crusade tirst began, has not taken on pro portions sufficiently portentous to se riously dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 March 1874

WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 1874. Patronize the new store Important under Hi* Lafayette Hotel, where poods will he found lower than has ever been known heretofore. The Important intends remain ing with us, and the public will Ond the saino prices all the year round. They have son cases of goods en route tor this place. New goods received by every steamer. Polite salesmen are In attendance, who show goods with smiling countenances. School and Miscellaneous Rooks, Law Hooks nnd Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles' Writin g Pianos, OfgatlS. Violins and Accord lons, ami other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by RRODRICK 6 CO., Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store 6,000 Its Uobaooo Dust for nhcppiwiisli tn "cts. per Ih, At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store Open Rack White Shirts <u'sl ~'t. At Harris' & Jaeoby's Cash Store l . dozen pure linen handkercli let's tor 81. Thermometrical Record. According to the plan ot the Smithsonian...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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