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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 22, 1874. s . CITY AND SUBURBS. The Pacific arrived yesterday. A bright sunny day yesterday, but a little dusty. Schueneniann Pott lectures on "Lit tle Things" at Turner Hall this even-, ing. The Senator sailed for San Francis co yesterday with the usual number of passengers. The City Council meets on Thurs day as usual, but at 3 p. m. instead of 2 as heretofore. An extraordinary large amount of mail matter came in on the Telegraph stage yesterday. Judge O'Melveny was quite unwell yesterday morning, and adjourned his court until Monday. A vendor of soap edified the small boys on the street yesterday by his tricks of leger de main. The County Treasurer redeemed about $7,000 of county bonds issued in 1861, the greater portion at 98| cents. Yesterday was the best business day our merchant* have known for some time. The principal streets were thronged during the midday hours. A good many gentlemen of this city who are heads of families can surprise on...

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. — 24 March 1874

VOLUME I. isaf—annul. ssssssssssssssMsssMssssssl Is Published every morning except Monday hy THE I.OS ANGELES CITY ANIK COIN I V I'KINTING AND I'l 111 IMII \I. COMPANY. OFFICE—"Herald Klcnm Hook nod Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Conn House. TERMS: IN r annum, by mail or express $10 Six moiilhs " " li Three months " " ■ ;j Delivered i>y carriers, per week, s> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Courier reports building lively in Bakersheld. Governor Booth has vetoed (he Harbor Commissioner bill. Tho Stockton street railway will be In operation in a few days. Tlie Central Pacific had on hand January Ist (10,000 cords of wood. The Central Pacific has decided to use Lincoln coal in its locomotives. Tlie latest excitement in Grass Val ley is a reported find of diamonds. The first Grange has just been or ganized in Placer county, at Rosevillo. The new building for the New York Tribune costs one million dollars, ex clusive of tlie ground....

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. — 24 March 1874

££0$ §*%t\ti Kftxti COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 24, 1574. The Pannamint Mining District. Many of our citizens will remember the visit of Messrs. Vanderlip, Kenne dy and Bains last Fall, and the rich specimens of ore they brought from the recently discovered Pannamint mines. From time to time we have heard flat tering accounts of the progress made in developing these rich discoveries; till now it is satisfactorily established that one of the richest and most ex tensive deposits of silver in the world lies within easy reach of OUT city. Its influence on tlie future greatness of our city can scarcely be estimated. The steady stream of trade that must flow here when these mines are fully devel oped, if adequate means of communi cation are provided, will give an im petus to business that even the most sanguine does not dream of. San Francisco owes much of her wonderful growth to the Comstock lode, but in Pannamint we have a district that promises to throw even its marvellous ric...

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. — 24 March 1874

TUESDAY MARCH 24, 1574. Masonic Notice. J.os Angeles Lodge No. 43, r. A A. M.— The staled meetings ol 'his Lodge are held on the tlrsi Monday of each month al 7:40 p.m. Members of pi ntalpha, Kn. 202, and all Mas ter Masons In good standing are cordially in vib',l. S. C. FOY, \V. M. » has. SMITH, Secretary. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all In now, and another line of One 1 IrOSS Goods, Ladles' and Children's Hals, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Pultons, Trim mings, ('orsels, etc., arrived OH steamer Sena tor, all ot' which are the newest of goods, and Will be sold at the lowest prices. If you hap pen to be out, do not fail to stop in al I lie new store Important,under ihe Lafayette Hotel, lo see all tlie new and pretty goods. School and Miscellaneous Rooks, haw Books and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladles' Writin g Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, nnd other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODRICKA CO., * Booksellers and Station...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 March 1874

$*» JVncictcsx gcrattl COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 24, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The Constantine arrived yesterday morning. The Orizaba arrived last evening with a large iistof passengers. Justice Gray returned yesterday from a tew days' trip into the country. There will Itea special meeting of tlie South Star Lodge, t. O. 0. F., this evening The Pacific sails for San Francisco to-day. Passengers leave this city by the afternoon train. The Orizaba, for Santa Barbara and San Francisco will leave on Thursday, March 2Gth, at 3 i\ M. Five candidates were confirmed by Bishop Kip at St. Athanasius Episco pal church last Sunday. "Where the hen scratcheth, there she expecteth to find a bug," is the subject of a coming lecture. N. A. Narboune and wife, of Wil nnngtoii, arrived on the Orizaba yes terday from their bridal trip. A train of Pikes, witb full comple ment of cows, calves, babies and dogs, passed through our streets yesterday. E. E. Fisher & Co., jewelers, received a larg...

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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. — 25 March 1874

VOLUME I. § 0«s %i%tttt gmtl 1h Published eveiy morning except Monday THE I.ON ANUI I rs <ITV ANO COUN TY I'UIV I IM. ANO EM m.tSIII \ 4. COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Steam Book and Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite tlie Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 Six months " " 8 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Gerald Massey, the English poet, author and orator, has decided to come to California, and will arrive in San Francisco about the 12th of April. He will probably deliver a course of lec tures. The business of the Carson City (Nevada) Mint for February was as follows: Total deposits, gold and sil ver, 218,886,202 ounces, valued at $423, --200 30; coinage and bars executed, $482,716 18. Two of tlie Cuban refugees taken back to Havana and surrendered to the authorities by Capt. Deakin of the steamer City of New York, have been executed, and the third is a prisoner in Moro Castl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 25, 1874. A New Kind of Competition. High freight tariffs, competition, etc., are engrossing so much attention that the following from the Denver News will be appreciated: The Union Pacific have put on a line of wagons drawn by oxen between Cheyenne and Lougmnnt. A round trip can be made in from seven to eight days and the present dairy ca pacity of the line Is. as we learn, from four to five tons a day. The object is to try and force the Denver Pacific to give a pro rate on Union Pacific freight, and which is refused because the Un ion Pacific in turn will not give a western connection. It seems that the ox-line business will not stop here. We understand that the Kansas Pa cific proposes to put on a similar line between Denver and Central and Georgetown to run opposition to the Colorado Central. This is what might be termed fighting the devil with fire. If an ox-line from Cheyenne to Long mont can succeed, it is more than cer tain that an ox-l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 March 1874

WEDNESDAY MARCH 25, 1874. Masonic Notice. f.o* AnselcH Lodge No. 12. F. A A. Hl.— The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on tlie first Monday of ouch month nt 7:30 p. M. Members of IVntnlpha, No. 20;, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing fire cordially In vited, s. c. COY, W. M. CHAS. SMITH, Secretary. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all in now, and another line of fine Dress Goods, Ladies' and Children's Hats, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Buttons, Trim- Tilings, Corsets, etc., arrived on steamer Sena tor, all of which are the newest of goods, and will be sold at the lowest prices. If you bap pen to be out, do not fail to slop in at t lie new store Important,under the Lafayette Hotel, lo see all the new and pretty goods. School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Rooks anil Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Rooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing- OaSOS, Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord lons, and other Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by RRORRICK A CO., t Booksellers a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 25, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The Constantine sails this afternoon. Strawberries are in the market at three bits per pound. Work on the Co-operative Compa ny's wharf at Wilmington is progress ing satisfactorily. Rev. Polidore Stockman is to be or dained Priest in the Catholic Church this morning at half-past 10. We are under obligations to A. W. Potts, County Clerk, for a copy of the Great Register of Los Angeles county. A large turtle, said to weigh some thing over a hundred pounds graces the sidewalk in front of a Main street saloon. Riverside is to have a telegraph con nection with the outside world. The Western Union Telegraph Company is now forwarding materials for build ing the line. John J. Reynolds informs us that he found a shawl yesterday on the road between Capt. Winston's and Titus' places. The owner can find it at Fleishman's. George Hinds, beside supplying the citizens of Wilmington and the Pacific Mail steamers with fresh meats, sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 March 1874

VOLUME I. § 0$ IMtgele* gtraML In Published eveiy morning except Monday THE I,ON ANOELKM CITY AXI> COIN. TT PKIXTIXU AMD PLDLIMHIXU COMPANY. OFFICE-HcrnM Ktcam Book and Job Prlutiutr HoiMfi, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mull or express $10 Nix months " " D Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. The Contra Costa Temperance Alli ance will hold its next quarterly meet ing at Antioch on the 4th of April. A settlement of the suits between the Pacific Mail Company and Stock well, its former President, has been effected. Emperor William reached his seventy-seventh birthday on the 22d instant, and was congratulated by the Generals of the army present at Ber lin. The London Post says it is probable that General "Wolseley will be reward" cd with a Major-General's rank and a pension of $7,500 per annum for two lives. Thos. Schooley has been on trial at Victoria. British Columbia, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THUBSDAY MARCH 26, 1874. Regulating the Telegraph. A dispatch from Han Francisco in this issue says that Duffy's telegraph bill which has passed the Senate, pro viding for a uniform rate throughout the State, will compel the company to charge small papers in the country the same rates that are paid by the city papers, and we are left to infer that this will be ruinous to the country press. Not having a copy of the bill before us, we are not prepared to say posi'ively that this is not the case, but our understanding has been that the object of the act is to break up the monopoly of the news enjoyed by a few newspapers to the exclusion of all the other journals in the State. At present the newspapers of Southern California are compelled to take their news at second hand. However much the Telegraph Company may be dis posed to favor them, nothing that has been telegraphed to the associated press can be forwarded here until it has appeared in the papers belonging t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 March 1874

%t>s 2U<|dc,«s 3Re*atd. THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1874. Masonic Notice. I.on Angeles l.o«l|rc No. 42, r. * A. M— The stated meetings of this Lodge am held on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p. m. Members of Pentalpna, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons In good standing are cordially In vited. SO. FOY, W. M. Ciias. Smith, Secretury. The interest in Stedman's turtle is unabated, and the epicurean mouth continues to water at the thought of the " spread " that on Saturday next will be placed upon his lunch table. A turtle In llfo Is not a hand some thing to look upon, but when metamor phosed into soup anil steaks by the subtle art of the chef de cuisine of Stedman's estab lishment it becomes something lit for the princely vision—or palate. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all in now, and another line of fine Dress Goods, Ladies' and Children's Hats, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Buttons, Trim mings, Corsets, etc.. arrived on steamer Sena tor, all of which aro the newest of goods...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The crop prospects are all that could be wished. Slaught has furnished rooms to rent by the day or week. The Orizaba sails to-day for San Francisco. Passengers from this city will leave the depot at 11 o'clock A. M. Mr. Piercy's farewell entertainment will be an ovation, if th« efforts of his numerous friends count for anything. Frank Farrin>;ton, Minister De Long's late Private Secretary, leaves our city to-day for the upper country. Stephen Massett will entertain our people Saturday evening. A failure to hear him wiil be a loss to be de plored. D. B. Nye, of the wholesale liquor house of E. A. Fargo & Co. of San Francisco, returns to the city to-day by the Orizaba. Judge Mills and wife, of Contra Costa county, left for home yesterday. Mrs. M. will return in a short time with her family for the benefit of her health. The concert and lecture to be given Saturday evening by the Methodist Church South promises to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 March 1874

VOLUME I. $0$ &\xst\w ftrtatl Is Published cyeiy morning except Monday by THE I.OS A Nti ICM s CITY AMI* COUN TY I'liivnv; wi) pi;bi,isiiixu COMPANY. OFFICE— Herald Stenm Book nml Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 Six months " " B Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, 2 r > cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. NEWS ITEMS. Mr. Foote, engineer of the Inter oceanic railroad, is surveying a route from the City of Mexico to Queretaro. One O. H. Johnson lias been arrest ed at Virginia City for stealing over $700 worth of bullion from the Corn stock assay office. The Pope has intimated that Arch bishop Manning and nine other Arch bishops will be created Cardinals in the next Consistory. Houghton was the only member of the House from the Pacific Coast who voted for the bill fixing the currency circulation at $400,000,000. The Sutter Creek Independent an nounces that it will no longer be pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 March 1874

gfe gUqclcjs lentil COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1874. The Mutual Provident Association. In April, 1871, me Aiiorney-uenerm of the State commenced an action against the Mutual Provident Associ ation of San Francisco to compel it to wind up Us affaire or comply with the law regulating Life Insurance Com »panics. The association was incor porated September 8, 1868, under the law of 1850, regulating religious and benevolent societies. The object of the association was similar to that of Mutual Aid Association of Los Ange les and a dozen others—to furnish pecuniary aid to the families or friends of deceased members. The case being brought into court the association de nied that it was doing a life insurance business in any respect, and hence was not liable under the law regulating Life Insurance Companies. Judge Dwinelle on Monday last granted the prayer of the complainant, that the rights of the association, as a body corporate, be declared forfeited and the corporation diss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 March 1874

|ttt(|clc'S 3ftcraltl FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1874. Masonic Notice. Loa Angeles Lodge N0.42. f. A- A. ML— The statauiueetlngs of this Lodge are held on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 P. M. Members of Pontalpha, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons In good standing are cordially in vited. S. C. FOY, W. M. Cuas. Smith, Secretary. The dishing out of genuine turtle soup, gotten up In the most palatable style, will be the special order at Mr. Stedman's to morrow. Festivities commence at 11 a. m. and continue until the wants ot'all that come are satisfied. The monster turtle "elected" for the occasion has arrived and for the past two days has been in front of the saloon re ceiving calls from his many admirers. Lust night he was taken in and given a bath pre paratory to his final dressing. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all in now, and another line of fine Dress Goods, Dadies' nud Children's Hats, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Buttons, Trim mings, Corsets, etc., arrived on steamer Sena ...

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

$0$ gutgeks §,<tatd. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The Panamint Road Committee have met with good success so far. A shipment of twenty cases of honey was made yesterday by the house of Newinark & Co. The colored population Rive an an niversary ball at Steams' Hall next Tuesday evening. J. 8. Cox, special agent of the P. M. 8. S. Co., returned to San Francisco yesterday by the Orizaba. The ladles hold a meeting at Good Templar Hall this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the cause of temperance. Turtles appear to be in order just now. The Clarendon advertises to feed its guests upon green turtle soup to-day. Edward Hoff & Co. are going to open a new dry jroods and clothing store in Hamilton's building, second door from the Herald office. Our plaza is to lose its fine neglig6 and romantic appearance. The City Fathers have decided to put the chain gang to work there and renovate the place. Good idea. A-meeting of the Fire Company is called for to-nig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 March 1874

VOLUME I. § ojx frstyfthf §WftML Is Published evciy morning except Monday by THE 1.0.H ANUEI.K* CITY AND COUN TY PKINTINU Alf II PITBI.IMHINU COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Steam nook nnd Job Printing House, Sprou; street, opposite the Court House. TERMS): Per annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " " " tj Three months " " ■ .'! Delivered by carriers, per week, 8S cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Lale Telegrams. EASTERN. Washington, March 27th. The Senate passed the bill to relin quish the interest of the United States in certain lands in San Francisco. Kelly from the Public Lands Com mittee reported favorably on a bill to create an additional land district in Oregon, to be known as the Dalles land district. The Chair laid before the Senate the resolutions of a mass meeting of citizens of Portland, asking Congress ional aid in the construction of the Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Rail road. Chicago, March 27th. At Jackson, Miss., yesterday, W. A. Spears, drove in a carria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 28 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1874. Our Object. The Los Angeles Herald Ims fully passed into the hands of the new joint stock publishing company. The Board of Directors, Judge Thompson (President), I. W. Lord (Secretary), J. W. Potts, P. Beaudry, F. P. F. Temple, F. G. Gary and If. J. Bixley, in tend to spare no pains to make the paper first-class. That* gentlemen are known to the citizens of the county as energetic business men. They know what kind of a paper is needed, and will spare no pains to accomplish their object. We believe that the field is large enough to support several good pipers, and we will extend a helping hand to our contempo raries and help to build them up; not that they need our help to in sure their success, but co-operation adds strength and certainty to the success of all parties. If as a journal we cannot furnish valuable information to our readers and make the paper worth what they pay for it, we do not expect to retain our subscribers. Neither ...

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

SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1874. Masonic Notice. Los Att£elc><S t.o«lj<e N0.43. V. AA. ML— The stated meetings oft his Lodge are held on the first Monday of each month al 7:30 r. M. Members of Pentßlpha, No. 202, und all Mas ter Masons In good standing are cordially in vited. S. C. FUY, V.'. M. CIIAS. Smith, Secretary. If you know what is good, you will bo sure to go around lo Slcndman's to-diiy and get a plate of thai delicious turtle soup he Is going to make out of tho monster turtle (hatha* been on exhibition in front of his saloon for several days past. The rush for soup will begin al eleven o'clock, and it will terminate only when no man can possibly take any more, for the turtle is I urge enough to make soup for a week to come. We need not say "Don't forget to go and gel some," for, of course, no one could forget to go for turtle soup; but we will say, "G« early and stay late." "Important dispatch."—San Fran cisco March 27th, 1871, Important, Lafayette Hotel, Los Angeles.—Ver...

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