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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 11 March 1874

$0$ JUtgdcis 3Rmtlri COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The library benefit conies off next Friday night. F. Ganahl, Esq., is confined to his room with pneumonia. Remember the Public School Exhi bition to-night at Turn Verein Hall. The Gas Company is building a sew er through the lot adjoining Soulen's restaurant. The Board of Directors of the Mu tual Aid Association meet in their office In this city at 11 o'clock to-day. The Directors of the Grange Co-op erative Association hold a meeting to day at 11 o'clock, in room 41, Temple Block. A lost boy about four years of age was picked up on Spring street yester day. His parents can find him at 202 Masn street. Mr. McGee, the agent of the Golden Era, called on us yesterday. He is looking up the interests of his paper in this section of the State. Ramon Sotello is putting up a neat cottage residence on the hill In the rear of the Gas Works. The building when completed will cost about $800. The Southern Dist...

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. — 12 March 1874

VOLUME I. §0$ fpfttyi §,mti Is Published oveij morning except Monday TIIK l.os ANUKI.EA CITY AND CO UK TV PKINTIXU A>|» I'l UI IMIIIN«. COMPANY. OFFICE UcraLl Mtcnm Rook ami Job I'rintliix llou»e, Bpiii>« street, opposite the Court lions;-. TERMfI: fVr annum, by mall or express $10 sly months " " 8 Three mouths '• " :i Delivered by carriers, per week 'lfi cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Tha (.rass Valley Indies have oi>ened 11 re on the saloon*. Anti-Orange Societies are being formed in Pennsylvania. It Is reported that Gladstone has resigned the leadership of the Liberal Patty. The Pacific Mail line's new iron steamer Granada has arrived at San Francisco. The Independent party movement in Oregon seems to he confined to county tickets. Gilroy is building a hall to cost $6,000, and will have It completed by the Ist of May. It is again rumored that the health of tbe German Emperor is iv a pre carious condition. Another terrific snow-storm in the mo...

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. — 12 March 1874

4 r os JUfldco SpmMe COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 12, 1874. Senator Sumner Dead. The startling news of the sudden death of the distinguished Senator' from Massachusetts, though momen tarily looked for for years, will tafee the nation by surprise. But yesterday he was in his place In the Senate, where for more than ttventy years he was the central figure among Ameri can statesmen, and though it was known to himself and all the world that grim deatli was ever at his side, ready without a moment's warning to put tin end to his eventful career, yet his unceasing labors, and the stead fastness with which lie stood to his post, hud cheated us into the belief that years of life were yet left to him iv which to add to ins already over flowing measure of fume. But the cruel blow that struck him down on the Senate floor, and has since made his life a burden, has at last done its work, ami the greut man is no more. Charles Sumner was born in Boston in 1811, and was elected to the Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 March 1874

THURSDAY MARCH 12, 1574. Patronize the new store Important under Ihe Lufioetlc Motel, where goods will l.clound lower than has ever been kuown heretofore. Th'j Important I ntemls rentaln ing with ns, aiidlhc publle will tlnd the same prices all the year round. They have Still cases of goods en route lor this place. .New goods received by every steuiner. Polite salesmen ari',ln attendance, who show goods with smiling countenances. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Hooks and Blank Forms -Stationery, itiank Hooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing- Cases, I'ianos, organs. Violins and Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowcsl piles, by BRODRICK A- CO., Booksellers ana stationers. At Harris & Jaeoby's Cash Store G.IHKI It s PobaCCO Host for Sliccpwash w Vets. per Ik At Harris <v Jaeoby's Cash Store Open Hack White Shirts (.<**l 75. At Harris' & Jaeoby's Cash Store y. dozen pure linen handkerchiefs forßl, Thermometrical Record. According I" Ihe plan of the Sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 12 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER THURSDAY MARCH 12, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. We are underobllgations to Senator Bush for Legislative documents. Mascarel has built a fence in front of his place on Wilmington street. The funeral of o. 1). Keiss took place yesterday from the Lafayette Hotel. Miss Fisk, late a teacher in our pub lic schools, has gone to San Francisco. A number of new cars have been received at Wilmington for the fail road. The lost boy mentioned in tho Hkk- ALuyesterday has been reclaimed by bis parents. The Orizaba with a large passenger and freight list is due at Wilmington tnis morning. There was no Eastern mail yester day, and all on account of the snow blockade in the Sierras. It is reported that regular trains will begin running on all our Los Angeles railroads on the Ist of April. li. Harris, of this city, was on the overland train that was to arrive in San Francisco on the Bth instant. Many of tbe classes in the High School were excused yesterday, to en able them to rehears...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 March 1874

VOLUME I. fa* 3Ufjfks Stratd. In Published eveiy morning exeepl Monday by THK l.os AWttEMM CITY A Nil COIN TV I" 111 VI I\ 4. AND BM It Usui no « OJtFAN V. -j. Li/ I iTI *Ci £ OFFICIO Herald Ntenm Book mid .lob I'rintiuir House, Sp'be.; street, opposite the Court Home. TFCKMS; Per annum, by mall or express ?10 Six months '• '• If Three months '• " • :i Delivered hy carriers, per week, cents Adyefttaement* Inserted at liberal rntes. NEWS ITEMS. A furious snow-storm accompanied by lightning is the latest novelty in England. Tlie rumor that there is to be an ex tra session of the Legislature is said to be unfounded. A new insurance company has been organized in San Francisco, with a capital of $100,000. Tlie Orizaba on her last trip to Ban Francisco took the first consignment of the Spring clip of wool. Thomas Rois a few days ago took a nugget from his mining claim in Shasta county worth $175. Tlie Ray State Mining Company, to operate in Amador county, has been incorporated, with a cap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH 13, 1874. Representation of Localities and Minorities. There are hut v few "days remaining of the session of the Legislature, anil in that time it will be impossible to dispose of all the business that Is be fore the two houses. It is to be hoped tliat among other measures that w ill have to go over, the apportionment bill will also be postponed. There is really no hurry for Its adoption, and there are many good reasons why there should be delay. We profess to apportion representation according to population, but the new bill almost ignores population. Since the last enumeration of our inhabitants im portant changes have taken place. Some of the mining counties have lost heavily, while the. agricultural re gions, particularly Southern Califor nia, have gained greatly. The bill scarcely recognizes this fact, and even if its authors were willing to do tlie fair thing by every portion of the State, there is nothing but guess-work to go by. It isquite...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 March 1874

FRIDAY MARCH 18, 1874. Patronize the new store Important under Ihe l.afayctlc Hold, where goods will be found lower than has ever been known heretofore, The important Intends remain ing with us, ami the public will tlml the same prices all the year round. They have KtK) cases of goods en route for Ibis place. New goods received by every Steamer. Polite salesmen are in attendance, who show goods With smiling countenances. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Hooks and Blank Forms -stationery. Blank Hoofta, Albums, and Ladles" Writing- Cases. Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by lIIIODRICK 4 CO., Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris <fc Jaeoby's Cash Store S.UHI ll.s l ohaceo Dust for Sheepwnsh <•> 7 els. per Hi. At Harris & Jacobv's Cash Store open Hack White Shirts m U 75. At Harris' & Jaeoby's Cash Store /.j dor.en pure linen handkerchiefs Ihl-fl. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, March 12th. Gold, 112. Gree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 13 March 1874

Xos JUfldfiSi ScraWl. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER FRIDAY,. MARCH 13, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Col. Hollister and wile, of Santa Barbara, are In town. J. Banner has moved his house back and is building a new front. The passengers by the Orizaba and Pacific arrived in this city last eve ning. Mr. Hewitt has planted out a row of gum trees in front of his place on Hill street. There was only one arrest yesterday, and that for the usual "drunk and dis orderly." The County Court was engaged yes terday in tho trial of the ease of Orr vs Whisler. Mr. Beaudry is renovating and re fitting the store-rooms formerly occu pied by ljeventhal. Or. U. G. Cunningham has opened a Dental Institute at the White House, on Commercial street. The California, of the Pacific Mail line, sails for San Francisco to-nior row, carrying freight only. The Orizaba is to sail for San Fran cisco to-morrow. Passengers will take the 3 P. >i. train from this city. A writer in one of the Eastern maga zines calls Los Angeles t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 March 1874

VOLUME I. fos Itafttjtf SwaUL v [s Published ever* morning except Monday by THE I.OM ANtJI.UX CITY AM) < Ol X TV IMfl VI IM. AMI IM IIMNIIIXCi I O.HI'AXV. OFKCB Herald Nteiim Book und Job l*rintiii!j; House. Sprtnn street, opposite, the i 'overt House. TERMS: Pernnnuin, by mutt orexpfMs 510 six months " " ft Three months " " :i Delivered by carriers, per week i r , cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rules. NEWS ITEMS. The Alia printers persist in spelling Binghamtou wit a "p." Tlie temperance movement is said to be gathering strength In San Fran cisco. The Woodhull libel suit is on trial and hot li the sisters have been on the witness stand. There is a lively light in Oregon between Sinter and McComas for the Democratic nomination for Congress. A man named Dean was killed in Toronto, Canada, (be oilier morning, by burglars who had broken Into his house. Tlie overland shipments of treasure from San Francisco are entirely sus pended this week, owing to the snow blockade. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY.. MARCH 14, 1874. Information for Settlers. Within the boundaries of the State of California, there are millions of acres of public lands, much of it par ticularly adapted to the culture of the. grape and other fruits. In this county there are a good many acres of these lands, much of them still unsurveyed, and though some portions are too rough for cultivation or too destitute of water to make them profitable, there are yet room for many fine fruit farms and vineyards. Some steps should be taken to collect and dissem inate correct information about these lands; information that would be of use to intending settlers. The Legis lature ought to provide for theeollect lng of information about all the un settled lands ofthe State,>nd its publi cation in a convenient form for general distribution. In no other way could so much be done toward filling up our unoccupied lands with a thrifty and industrious population. Correct infor mation can easily be got...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 March 1874

3C n Seraty, SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1874. Patronise the new store Important under the Lafayette Hotel, where goods will be found lower than lias ever been known heretofore, The Important Intends remain ing with us, and the public will find the same prices all the year round. They have 800 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 Hooks, Law Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Alliums, and Ladles - Writing- Cases. PlfttHM, Organs. Violins and Accord lons, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BBODRICX A CO., Bookseller! and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store fi.uooiv.s roiiacco Dust for Hheepwash t« Tet.s. per it.. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Open Back White Shirts (u'jl 76, At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Store dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for SI. GOLD REPORT San Francisco, March 13th. Gold, 111 Gr...

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

$0* &n%tUs peviiML COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1874. 1.. J . CITY AND SUBURBS. A neat frame bouse is being erected on the corner of Hill and Second streets. There are telegrams at the Western Union Office for F. P. Howard and H. M. Bailey. A. D. Shorb has just latd 2,500 feet of five inch water pipe at his orchard at the Mission. Dr. M. S. Jones has taken the office In Allen's building lately vacated by Mr. McLellan.- The number of passengers for San Francisco by the Pacific yesterday was unusually small. Ten car-loads of corn were sent down to Wilmington yesterday for shipment to Sarr Francisco. » «>« } The Pacific Mail line steamer Oriza ba sails for the city to-day. Paasen gers will take the 3 P. v. train. Religious services will be held at the Catholic church on Tuesday morning, St. Patrick's Day, at 10} o'olock. Ser mon by Rev. Charles Flanagan. Hon. Asa Ellia will go to Sacramen to on Monday to present to tbe Legis lature the petition of the citizens of El...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 March 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published ever; morning except Monday by TIIL LUX AXOI'I.LS CITY AM> ( (MA TY MMMTIirCI (Mi IM ni.lsiiiNO COMPAMT. MhTICK Herald Meitm Hoot, tind Job I'l'iiitini; House, Spring street, opposite the Court 1100 (c, TERMSi per nnnnm, by mail or express <fio six months " " • I Three months " *' ,'■ ;l Delivered by carriers, per week, &> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Apportionment bill passed the Senate on Tuesday. Tlie Kansas Officers are sure they have old Pender this time. The temperance movement has been inaugurated at Portland, Oregon. .Montana has voted to appropriate 1 "»,(MH( iii aid of the Centennial Exhi bition. A good coal mine has been discover ed very near old Fort Dolae, Idaho Territory. Andres Castero, the notorious ban dit of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, has been captured and executed. The people of ({vans Valley are re joicing over the passage ofthe bill in corporating their local railroad. A new town, called Mariet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 March 1874

£0$ $*$tltt fwall COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 15, 1874. The Fares and Freights Bill. Contrary to expectations, the Senate Committee on Corporations lias re ported against the passage of Free man's bill to regulate fares and freights on the railroads of the State. Though the bill was passed in the As sembly by an almost unanimous vote, opponents to it are not wanting even among those friendly to Legislative control of the railroads. Too much care cannot be exercised in handling this intricate subject. An obscure or unconstitutional law would result in litigation and would infallibly be over thrown iv the courts, while a law that technically is correct, might be easily framed that would be a serious dam age to tbe interests of the State. We hope to see this subject thoroughly ex amined, aud when the author ity of the State is asserted over the railroad corporations, it is desirable that it shall be done in a manner that will not only stand the test of judicial investigation, b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 March 1874

SUNDAY MARCH 15, 1874. Patronize the new store Important un lor the i.nfu.\eiie Hotel, where goods will be found lower I bull has ever been known heretofore. The important Intend*remain ing with ns, ami tlie public w ill ilnd the same prices all tlie year round. They have KiH) eases of goods en route for this place, New goods received by every steamer. Polite salesmen an'in attendance, who show goods with smiling countenance*. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Books and Blank Km ins—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladies' Writin g Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, and oilier Musical Instruments for sale nl lowest prices, by BRODRICK A CO., Booksellers nnd Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store fi,ooo Sis Uobacoo Dust for Sheepwash (n Tots, per lb. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Stoic open Back White Shirts @ SI 75. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Stoic dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for tl. GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, March 14th, Gold, 111 (ireenbacks—Buying, B'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 March 1874

$0$ Irttfletr* <&mhl COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 15, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Tne streets were crowded yesterday. The March number of tho Mutual Aid was issued yesterday. The steamer Orizaba sailed yester day and took about the same number of passengers from our city. Noyes sold a lot of furniture for Newbauer yesterday. Low prices ruled for the most part. John McDonald has built a large brick kitchen in the rear of his restau rant on Commercial street. The second temperance prayer meet ing will be held at Templars' Hall on Monday evening at 7J o'clock. A cor dial invitation to attend is extended to all sympathizers with the move ment. A fello- kicked up a row in Johnny Moore's restaurant yesterday, but the energetic application of a boot had such a soothing effect on him that Mary's little lamb wasn't a circum stance so far as meekness was con cerned. Yesterday wasn't a bad day for run aways. Hewitt's horse and buggy took a race up Spring and Main streets, and the las...

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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. — 17 March 1874

VOLUME I. is fublished cvci.v morning except Monday I Hi: I.OS ANGF.EEM CITY AND COW* TV PRINTING AN» PI'BI.IMHING COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Mcnui Hook nnd Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite tbe Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express 310 Six months '• " 6 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers,, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted ut liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Pacific Odd Fellow has been culurged. Pneumonia is prevailing iv Napa, says the Register, There are nine feet of snow at Pratt villo, Plumas county. Thirteen carloads of immigrants ar rived at Sacramento last week. There Is but a single orange tree in the Cajon valley, but it bears luxuri antly. R. J. Page is recommended for Post master of Placerville, and li. M. Has kins of Nevada City. Governor Davis of Minnesota has vetoed the bill passed by the Legisla ture to increase his pay. New-crop Tahiti oranges are arriv ing in San Francisco, and prices are weakening accordingly. J. A. Clayton has rec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 17, 1874. Compulsory Education. Senator Finney has introduced a substitute for Senate bill No. 18, and the friends of compulsory education are endeavoring to secure its adoption. Not content with providing public schools where tuition may be had without cost, the advocates of pa rental government propose that the State shall step into the family, and overturning the authority of the parent, dictate how and when his children shall be educated. As if we had not officers enough, art Inquisito rial Board of Inspectors and Truant Officers is provided for, and fines and penalties are denounced against any one who may, in the opinion of these Inquisitors, fail to give their children the proper education. So far as com pulsory education has been tried in this country it has proved a failure, and we are confident it must fail in any but a despotic government. There where the theory is that the people belong to the government, it may do; but here where we ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 March 1874

TUESDAY MARCH 17, 1874. Soon after the Board of "Fire Un derwriters" was formed,about sixteen months ago, they passed i, resolution t<> hold Do In tercourse with, or write risks with companies t lint did not belong to their combination and adopt their tariff of rates. Tuesday last this resolution was rescinded, as fur as it reluted to the " State Investment am, Insurance COMPACT,"and hereafter parties that have felt restrained from Insuring in that company on this account can now do so at reasonable rates and Willi the assurance of fairdealingln case of loss. In making this fact known we do not do so because wo think the action ol the Hoard of Underwriters strengthens the State Investment in the least, because in the careful manner in which its business was managed, its strength lay, but as an evidence on the part of the Board of Underwriters todo justice to a worthy rival. Patronize the new store Important under the Lafayette Hotel, where goods Will he found lower than has ev...

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