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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 17, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. March winds were whistling yester day. The Kalorama is due at Wilmington this morning. Beaudry expects his steam pump in about two weeks. Scarlatina has about disappeared from this vicinity. The snow blockade still has a chill ing effect on our mails. A frame building is going up on the corner of HiU and Fifth streets. Bey. Josiah Bates of this city preached in Ventura last Sunday. Mr. Bradley is building a frame house on the corner of Hill and Front streets. Senator Bush has sent us a copy of the apportionment bill as it has passed the Legislature. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce takes place this evening. The bank building is progressing rapidly, and already presents quite au imposing appearance. A prayer meeting by the friends of temperance was held in Good Tem plars Hall last night. t Mr. Saxon's oration before St. Pat rick's Benevolent Society to-day will be delivered at 3 P. M. That mag...

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. — 18 March 1874

VOLUME I. —.—.—— «—.—,— Is Published eve,, morning except Monday by THK I.OS AtYOLLKN CITY AX ft COUN TY PRINTINU AND PI'HLINMINO COMPASL OFFICE—Herald Steam Book and Job Fritttliiy House, NpHnjj street, opposite tlie Court House, TEHMS.'C] ■. P«t milium, by mail or express $10 six months " •' 0 Three months " " • .'i Delivered by carriers, per week '£> cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Sumner's estate is valued at £100,000. The railroad east of Carlln is report ed clear of snow. The strike of the Crispins iv New York has ended. The receipts of the San Francisco Custom-house last week were $142, --883 28. San Francisco has had only a little over twenty-three inches of rain this season. Mrs. Julia Hastings of San Francis co is the only sister of the late Senator Sumner. The appropriation for the State Nor mal School has been reduced to $30,000. + A 1 Gen. Ord denies that he is fearful of au Indian outbreak near the line of the Union Pacific road. The bill...

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. — 18 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1874. The New Charter. The revised charter, though uot such a document as we should like it to be, is certain to become the organic law of our city, and unless its prolix and obscure language is taken advantage of by the legal fraternity to such an extent as to hinder its execution, we may expect that the business affairs of this city will be conducted under its provisions for some time to come. In one important respect we think it will prove an improvement on the old charter. Formerly our City Council had no power to order street improve ments until petitioned so to do by a majority of the property holders on the street the improvement of which was desired. Now the necessary power is placed in the hands of the Council, and we may be permitted to hope that the imperfections that have existed so long will soon be removed. Within the past few years Los Angeles has sprung from an obscure and out-of the-way Mexican village to a flourish ing and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 March 1874

WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1874. __———■— ■ —,— mmmammmmmm POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Maseru,ftd*. Francisco and Northern Tele gruphKUiKi'Liie- -Armcat .1:00 I', M.;close nt 11:16 M. Letters Intended for registry must be pi-exmed before 11 A. M. Coast libit"- Stations between San Francisco and Los Angeli-s, via Santa Barbara —Ar- rive at in::*) P. M.; clows at !):.'«> P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Caplstrano, etc. Arrives at 12 M., closes at:»:4s P. M. Southern Arizona-Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations-Tri-Weekly Ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Frl lav at 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday ..nil Saturday; Mall closes nt.'{:4s P. M. Northern Arizona—Prescott, Wlekenberg and WavStations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 5:00 P. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mall closes at 9 P. M. San Bernardino and Way Stations—San Gn brlel,Kl Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 5:00 P. M.s closes at 9:30 P. M. Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at 2:30 P. Mn clo...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. No arrests yesterday. A new store will be opened soon in Henne'a block. See notice in another column of Episcopal prayer-book found. Desmond's string band furnished the music for the ball last night. Reed & Co. have put up a sample blackboard in the High School build ing. The Methodist sociable will be held at tlie residence of Judge Widney to night. Frank C. Farmington, late private Secretary of Minister DeLong, is in the city. St. Patrick's ball last night was largely attended, and everything passed off pleasantly. The Grangers will give another ball on the Ist of April. Prizes will be tributed to the lady ticket holders. There was a heavy snow-storm at Fort Tejon Monday, in consequence of which the mail was two hours late yesterday. Victor Beaudry, of Inyo county, and proprietor of one of the furnacas that turns out so much of the ore we see arriving at the depotdailv, is in town. We hear flattering reports fr...

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

VOLUME I. Is Published cveiy morningexcept Monday hv THE I.OS ANOELES CITY ANO KM \- TV I*lll Ml SU ANO I*l RLINIIINU COMPANY. OFFlCE—Hornlil SI. am Uook nml Job House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: pcrnnnunt, by moll or c x press $10 nix months " " 6 Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Ukiah is to have a woolen mill, Jerusalem has had a snow storm for the first time In fifteen years. A telegraph station has been estab lished at Bethlehem, of Bible fame. A. M. Winn's paper, the Shop and Senate, has suspended publication. Postmaster Stone of San Francisco will retire from office on the 17th of May. Madame Anna Bishop is detained iuSan Francisco by property litiga tion. The fall of snow In England is un precedented and railroads are block aded. The act to make women eligible to educational offices has been approved by the Governor. There are good prospects of an In dian war In Northern N...

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

«a£os juries pmML COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1874. Give Us Another Hotel. Every returning year brings with it an increase in the number of visitors, who for health or pleasure, or both, make a longer or shorter stay in our city. For a place of its size, we are better supplied witli good hotels than is commonly the case, and we doubt if there is a city of ten or twelve thous and inhabitants in the State or in the West that can boast of four such houses as the Pico, the Clarendon, the Lafayette and the United States. But it must also be remembered that there is no city on the coast that has such an influx of strangers, and that nowhere else do the visitors sojourn so long. No one now thinks of coming to California without visiting Los An geles, and once here the delights of our climate are such as to prolong their stay. This has a tendency to overcrowd our hotels, and makes a demand for greater accommoda tions than usual. With every year this demand increases. This Wint...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 March 1874

THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1874. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. F astern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele grafth Stage Line Arrive at ;i:(i(i P. M.;close at ili-tt M. Letter* intended lor registry must be presented before ll a. m. ('oust Line—stations between Kan Francisco mill i.os Annies, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive ill lit:*) P. M.; closes at t):.in V. M. Sun Diego Line—sun Diego, Anaheim, Galla tiu, CaPlstrano, etc.—Arrives at 12 M., closes at 3:44 P. M. Southern Arizona-Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Trl-Weckly Ser vice-Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri luv at 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday ..nil Saturday; Mail closes nt 8:46 P. M. Northern Arizona —Prescott, Wlckenberg and Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday nt 5:00 P. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 9 P. M. Sun Bernardino and Way Stations- Man Ga briel, El Monte, Kiverslde, etc.; arrives nt li:00 I s . M.; closes nt »::k> P. M. Wilmington and Way Stations Arrives at 2180 P, M.. closes nt 9::i0 ...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The City Council meets at 2 o'clock to-day. We understand that the Methodist Society talk of building a new church. F. P. Bacon is putting up seven miles of fence on bis ranch at the Mission. Real estate is lively, and most of the purchasers, we are glad to say, intend building. Rev. M. Zahu has purchased a lot on Spring street, near Fifth, ami will soon put up a residence. The steamer Monterey sailed from WTmington wharf yesterday with freight for San Francisco. The Board of Directors of the Cham* her of Commerce hold an adjourned meeting this evening at "i o'clock. The steamer Senator is due this moining and passengers for San Diego will leave this city on the afternoon train. Cames Moultain, a colored party, was fined $10 by Justice Trafford yes terday for assaulting Mack Alexander with a pistol. A correspondent gives some very good reasons why our orange growers should be encouraged to go on increas ing their orch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 March 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published evi-i.v morning except Monday THE I.OS A\«.»:i.i:S (ITT AND < Ol N TT PRINTING AND PI'KMNHIAU roiPAsr. OKFICE-HeriUd Ntenm Hook mail Job Printing Hoiinc Spring street, opposite the Court Home. TERMS: P«r annum, by mull or express 910 Six months " " A Three months " " • ;{ Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Ground has been broken for the Sac ramento smelting works. At the city election in Marysville on tile 16th the Independents were suc cessful. One hundred persons arc in tho em ploy of the California Powder Works Company of Santa Cruz. Ukiah is to have a woolen mill. It will start with machinery for making eassimeres and flannels. Stockton has sent a committee to Sacramento to look after the scheme for improving the San Joaquin river. Miss Vinnie Beam has entered into a contract with the authorities of Brooklyn to make a bust of ex-Mayor Powell for $1,000. A Washington special says that the Ways ...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH 20, 1874. Fares and Freights. Irwin's bill to regulate fares and freights will come up for discussion next Monday. In the meantime, as we predicted, opposition is developing. The Bulletin shows that the rates for shipping grain for distances of one hundred miles and under are much higher than those contemplated by Freeman's bill, and also that the great bulk of the grain shipped by rail is raised within that distance of San Francisco. The Union opens fire on the substitute, and particularly calls attention to the objectionable provis ion in reference to the transferring of passenger tickets. The railroad organs are mum, probably because they have been taken by surprise, and want a little time to consider how to attack the strange monster. As they are op posed, however, to the principle of legislative control of railroads, they may be expected to fight as soon as they find out just how the old thing is going to work. So far as this section of the S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 March 1874

FRIDAY MARCH 20, 1874. Masonic Notice. !.<><• Angeles Lodge Ke.4o. r. a a. St.— The staled meetings ot Mils Lodge are held on tlie Brat Monday of each month at 7:*' P.M. Members of Peiitalplia, No. 202, and all Mus ter Masons In good standing arc cordially In vited. S. C. FOV, W. M. ( H as. Smith, Secretary. Arrival on the steamer Kalorama of another beautiful line of Dry Qood*, Silks, Poplins, Men nnd Boys' Clothing, Hats, Shoes, etc., at the new store Important under the Lafayette Hotel, they are indeed selling goods at low prices and must sell them fast, M their Store room being small must make room for new goods, which thej receive on every steamer. School and Miscellaneous Books, LftW Hooks und Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles' Writin g Pianos, organs. Violins and Accord ions, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BKODKICK & CO., Booksellers and Stationer*. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 6.000 It.s Uolmcco Dust tor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH 20, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. S. H. Slaught has elegant furnished rooms to let. See advertisement. A large band of sheep will start from El Monte to-day for Tucson, Arizona. C. W. Otis of Petaluma is in the city, and did the Herald office the honor of a call yesterday. The steamer Senator arrived yester day morning, and after discharging a host of passengers and a pile of freight sailed for San Diego. Two Chinamen, Ah Sam and Ah Yung, were fined $9 each, yesterday morning by the Mayor for shooting inside the city limits. Perry, Wood worth & Co., one of our big lumber firms, appear in tbe Herald this morning iv a card set ting forth their line of business. The Chamber of Commerce held an important meeting last evening, a full report of which, with the communica tions submitted, will be found in our columns this morning. The San Diego Chamber of Com merce in a communication to our Chamber, which is printed elsewhere, asks for co-operation in influ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 March 1874

VOLUME I. In Published every moraine except Monday by THK LOS ANGKI.Ks CITY AMI COI N TV I'ltlMlVli AND I»l HLISHINU <»MI»ANV. OFFICE Herald si emu Booh mm 4 Job I'riiitinir House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS*! JVr annum, by mull or express $10 six months " , II Three months " " • .') Delivered by curriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisement* inserted at libera) rates. NEWS ITEMS. Josh Hillings is lecturing in Sacra mento. Elder Grant, the great revivalist, is stirring up the sinners in Napa. Lafayette R. Herbert has been ap pointed Postmaster at NordhofT, Ven tura county. Since the discovery of gold in New Zealand the mines have yielded over $140,1)00,(100. The oldest prisoner in San Quentin is Peter Metz, a German, who was sen tenced in 1858 for life. The colored men of Massachusetts propose to erect a monument to tho memory of the late Charles Sumner. Jesse Applegate, of Siskiyou county, has lost 1,800 head of stock, after freez ing his feet badly trying to ta...

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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. — 21 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1874. Survey of the Colorado Desert. Senator Jones of Nevada has offered a resolution in the United States Sen ate instructing the Committee on Com merce to inquire into the survey of the Colorado desert. The importance of this matter to Southern California can hardly be overestimated, and it is has attracted so little attention here when it is consid ered how important a modification in our climate the projected submersion of the desert would effect. More than a year ago Dr. J. P. Wid ney published in the Overland Month ly an elaborate and carefully prepared article, giving the results cf his obser vations, and his theory of the effect such a change would have on the rain fall in Arizona and Southern Califor nia. Dr. W.s examination of the whole question was so thorough, and his acquaintance with the laws gov erning climatic conditions is so exten sive that we have great confidence in the correctness of his conclusions, and feel, certain th...

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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. — 21 March 1874

£0$ 3Uii)der' iimM SATTUDAY MARCH 21, 1874. Masonic Notice. I.os Aiijrelea Ladtfe \«>. r. 4s A. Jl. The Ntalcil meetings oi'thls Lodge are held on Ihe Mrsl Monday of each month at 7:;li> p. m. Members of Pentalptut, No. at', and all Mas ter Masons In good stniidltiL' tire crirdlallv In vited. S. ('. KoV, \V.*M. CttAs. Smith, Secretary. Arrival on the steamer Kalorama of another beautiful n »f Dry <; is, silks, Popllm, Men and Boys' clothing, Hats, Shoes, oi,'.. at the new stoic Important omler the Lafayette Hotel, they are indeed sidling goods at low prices and mast sell them last, im their store room being small must make loom tor new goods, which the\ recelv 1 every steamer. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all iv now, and another line of One Dress Goods, Ladles' and Children's Mats, Velvet and silk Ribbon, Rushing Mutton*, Trim mings, Corsets, etc.. arrived ~n steamer Kens* tor, all of which are the newest of goods, and will be sold at the lowest prices. 1/ you hap pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 March 1874

X« Sharif* COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Mr. Kirby, of Anaheim, is in town to-day. Millington & Strickland are running a branch akating rink in Anaheim. There is a telegram at the Western Union office for Miss Estella Sheldon. The Templeton troupe will be in Anaheim next Monday and Tuesday evenings. Mr. Athearn, of the Southern Cali fornian, is in town attending the wool grower's convention. One car of hides, three cars of grain, and five of bullion, went "down to the sea" yesterday. Two carloads of oranges were ship ped yesterday to Wilmington for ex port to San Francisco. Col. Elwell of the Western Postal Record, Chicago, and Mr. Upham of Wisconsin, are in the city. Wisconsin is well repaesented in our city at present, quite a number of her prominent citizens being here. Mr. Fisher, of the firm of R. & W. Fisher, is in town for the purpose of taking part in the wool-growers' meet ing. A scrub circus has come to town, but as a mitigating ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 March 1874

VOLUME I. Is Published eve. v morning except MolidilV by TIIK LOM AXUF.I.KS CITY AND < OI'N TY ritI.MIMJ AND PIIBLIMtIBTti COMPANY. OFFICE- -Herald Steam Ilooli mnl .V<>"' in lit i iii House, Sp> "m street, opposite tlie 1 oil It Holls '. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express 510 Six moulds '• " tl Three motll lis '• " ' ,'l Delivered hy curriers, per week, 2> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal lutes. NEWS ITEMS. Sacramento has received another fire, engine, this being three now in use. Three hundred bags of European mail arrived at Oakland on the 17th, The appropriation of farther funds for the geological survey has been de feated. Prof. Denton is delighting the San Franciscans with a series of geological lectures. The lobby is (tiling up at Sacramento as the session of the Legislature draws to a close. There are 125,000 head of eatte and 20,000 head of sheep in the Saguache valley, lower Colorado. There are forty-six Granges of Pat rons of Husbandry in Colorado...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 March 1874

gff %%%t\n Strati COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 22. 1874. A Protest Against Politicians. Harper's Weekly, for years the most reliable supporter of the Administra tion, is full of complaints against the management of affairs lately and takes strong grounds against "Butler izing the Republican party." It is encouraging when a partisan paper so pronounced takes the higli ground that the purity of the Government is of more importance than the success of a party nominee, and when we find it advising a bolt in Massachusetts if Rutler is nominated, even with Presi dential support, we are filled with hope for the final purification of poli tics, and the breaking down of caucus tyranny. Tlie great mass of the peo ple are still as anxious as ever for good government, but they allowed party machinery to become so perfect that whether good or bad, a nomina tion insured the support of all acknowl edging allegiance to the party making it. A frequent exercise of the right to bolt will have a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 March 1874

Xar. Smith SUNDAY MARCH 22, 1874. Rel igious Notices. PKKsB\fTFRiAK,— Preaching at the County Courl-rooin on Sunday next,at ll o'clock, by Itev. A. Ci Ileum, of PhlluJelphla. Subject": "Spiritual Photography." "Ihe public are invited. First Conorkgational Church, New High Street.—Preaching at ll a. m. and7k P. m. by the Pastor Rev. p. T. Packard, subject: "The Good Tree." Evening service by Rev. ,T. Hates, subject: "Practical Christianity." Seals free, Sunday school at 12 M. M. E. CHURCH, Soi i n -Rev. A. M. Camp bell, pastor. Services at Leek's Hall, at 11 A. M, and 7:31/ P, K. Sabbath School ill 12:30 P. M. Subject for morning, "Spiritual Architec ture." For the evening, "Jehovah's Law suit." Catholic Church Mass, sermon In Span ish at 7 ami 8:30 A, M, High mass and ser mon in English 10:30 a. tt. Catechism at 3p. M. Vespers and benediction at 4 P.M. Ser mon in English at 7 p. at, sr. Athanasius' Episcopal Ch ouch—l tor ner New High and Temple streets. Services In the morning at I...

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