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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Mr. Wolfonateta is soon to start for Europe. There were eight arrests last night for drunkenness. The County Court will resume session again Monday the 30th. A grand luneli is to bespread by Joe Williams to-day in honor of his birth day. Los Angeles Grange No. 36, Patrons of Husbandry, will celebrate tbe "Harvest Feast" at their hall to-day at 2 P. M. Our Justice's Courts are extremely quiet. No business of any importance has been transacted through them for several days. The number of passengers by the Orizaba day before yesterday was un usually large, many not being able to procure staterooms at any price. A great number of the people of An aheim were in this city yesterday to act as witnesses in the divorce suit of Mrs. M. E. Cramer vs. Daniel Cramer. Sheriff Rowland left for San Fran cisco day before yesterday, and took with him four prisoners. Three of the prisoners were for San Quentin and one for Stockton. Ther...

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. — 29 March 1874

VOLUME I. 5600 luge-US gmW, Is Published eveiy morning except Monday by THE I.OS A \ <; 1,3,1> t ITYASI) «'OVN TY PRINTIXU A.V» I'l III.ISMIM. COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Stea.ni nook nnd Job Printing House, Spriiiir street, opposite the Court House. TKKMS: Per annum, by mall or express SlO six months " " •> Three months " " ' 3 Delivered by carriers, per week SK cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. The Book Table. Only a few of the monthlies for April have as yet been received. The unprecedented storm iv the Sierra, with the attendant obstruction of the road must, we suppose, bear the hlame rather than any negligence in mails. lfarpcr } 8 assigns the place of honor to a well illustrated article upon the "Farallone Islands," with their rug ged Cliffs frowning across the restless waters upon the ships that come and go by the Golden Gate. The sea lions and the gulls, with the dashing spray of the surf, help to make up a very readable article. All illustrated con tributi...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY MARCH 29, 1874. Let in the Sunshine, and Stir up the Fire! Are not our hotel and boarding-house builders overlooking a very impor tant point in the plans of their struc tures ? Are they not building too many dark and shady rooms? A iarge portion of the patrons of our ho tels and boarding-houses, especially during the Winter months, are inva lids, and persons in feeble health—per sons who wish, and are willing to pay for comfort. The constant complaint among them is that they are com pelled either to remain shivering in their rooms or else crowd around the public Are in office or parlor. They say, and very justly, that they want to be comfortable in their own rooms, they want sunshine and fire. The ho tels and boarding-houses that make provision to meet these demands will secure the best class of custom; while those that do not must be con tent with what is left after the others are filled. It is possible to arrange the plan of almost any building, so th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 March 1874

SUNDAY MARCH 29, 1874. Masonic Notice. I.os Angeles Lodge No. 12. F. .V A. M.— The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 P. M. Members of Pentalpba, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing are cordially in vited. S. C.FOY.W.M. Chas. Smith, Secretary. Religious Notices. First CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, New High Street.—Preaching at IIA. m. and 9, -M. by the Pastor Rev. I>. T. Packard. Subject in the evening, "Our Good Angels." Fobt-Strxxt M. E. Church—Preaching at 11 a. m. and 1% p. M. by Rev. Campbell. Sab bath School ut 2 p, m. M. E. Church, South—Rev. A. M. Camp bell, pastor. Services at Leek's Hall, at 11 A. M. and 7::W P. M. Babhftta School at 12:30 l>. M. Sr. Athanashjs' EPISCOPAL Church—Cor ner New High and Temple streets. Services In the morning at 11 o'clock. Presbyterian.—Preaching at the County Court-room to-day at 11 o'clock, by the Rev. A. Calhoun, of Philadelphia. Subject : "The Choice of Moses." ;The public are in v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER SUNDAY MARCH 29, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Dramatic entertainment at Turn Verein Hall to-night. Next Wednesday evening the Grang ers are to give a grand ball. The steamers California and Kalo rama are expected in to-day. The Telegraph Co.'s Stage got into town a little ahead of time yesterday afternoon. Little FayTempletonjust captivated the Mormons during her stay in San Bernardino. A flock of about 3,000 sheep passed through Aliso street early this morn ing, toward the Mission. Our streets were unusually crowded yesterday, as the roads into the city are in fine condition for the farmers to travel over. The Kalorama will arrive at San Pedro to-day at 9 o'clock. Passengers for San Diego will leave the depot on the 10 o'clock train. "Uncle Josh" Talbott won a beau tiful and costly lady's workbox last night at the raffle in Signoret's saloon. He is greatly elated over his good luck. Complaint was entered yesterday before Justice Traffbrd against Caro line Peppers a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 March 1874

VOLUME I. !■ Published eveiy morning except Monday •>y I Hi: I.OS ANCIF.I.KS CITY AND COUN TY PRINTING ANl> PI UI.I.SHING COMPANY. OFFICE—Herald Steam Rook and Job Printing; llon.se, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TEH MS: P'T annum, by mail orexpresn $10 six months '• " ti Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, '£> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Questions from Abroad Answered. Letters are constantly received by persons in this county tnaking numer ous inquiries about Los Angeles. For tiie benefit of such we furnish the fol lowing information: Los Angeles county contains over 200,000 acres of corn land, needing very little irrigation, 300,000 acres suitable for raising all semi-tropical fruits. This can be irrigated partly by run ning streams, the rest by windmills from surface wells. Population of the county over 25,000; Los Angeles city 9,000, Wilmington 1,000, Anaheim 1,500, Gallatin 100, El Monte 100, Compton 150, Florence 50, Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 March 1874

§500 %tn\tl COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 31, 1874. A New and Important Feature in the Development of Wilmington Harbor. It has been heretofore supposed that the bed of our harbor at Wilmington was a deep soft mud, and that in the future improvement of the ship chan nel an expensive system of sea-walls would be needed to prevent this soft mud from settling down and refilling channels and docks when they had been cleared. The prosecution of the work of the new wharf company has thrown an unexpected light upon the subject, and shown that instead of mud, the bed of the harbor is a Arm clay that will neither wash nor settle. The slope of tins stratum of clay is from the land out toward the sea. This explains the fact that the ship channel lies, through almost its entire length, upon the outer side of the har bor, hugging the shore of Rattlesnake Island. At first sight this position of the main ship channel along the outer edge of the harbor, with broad flats of a stiff clay, almo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 March 1874

PPM P*ftt. TUESDAY MARCH 31, 1874. Masonic Notice. Los Angeles Lodge No. 42. F. A A. M.— The staled meetings ot this Lodge are held on the first Monday of each month al 7:30 p. x. Members of rentalpha. No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing nre cordially in vited. S. O. FoY, W. M. CIIAS. RBITH, Secretary. Religious Notices. Fiiwt Conohkoatioxai. ClttntCH, Now High Street.—Preaching at II A. M. and 7 1 ., i>. M. by the Pastor Rev. D. T. Packard. Subject In the evening, "(lur Oood Angels." Fokt-stkkkt M. E. Chubch—Preaching al II A. M. nnd ~\ p. H. by Rev. Campbell. Sab bath School at 2 P. M. M. IS, Chubch, South—Rev, A. m. Camp bell, pastor. Services at Look's Hall, al 11 A. M. and 7:IM P, K. Sabbath School at 12:80 I. M. St. .VriiANAHirs' EpfSOoPAI. Churcu—Cor ner Now High Btio Temple streets, Services In the morning at II o'clock, Pkesuytkiuan.—Preaching at the County Court-room to-day at II o'clock, by the Rev. A. Calhoun, ot Philadelphia, Subject : "The Choice Of Mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 March 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY MARCH 31, 1874. CITY AUTO SUBURBS. The Senator sails to-morrow at 10 A. m. for San Francisco. Twelve new subscribers for the DArLY Herald yesterday. The Templeton Star Alliance will appear at Merced Theater next Thurs day. The County Court is again in session. Judge O'Mefveny has recovered from his sickness. Truxtou will be the name of the new town at the end of the Shoo-Fly road, near Santa Monico. The Constable auctioned off a lot of household goods yesterday, and created quite a sensation on Temple street. There will be printed an extra num ber of to-day's paper to accommodate persons desiring to send copies abroad. A little rubbish got on fire at the Clarendon Hotel a few nights ago, but the Are was put out before any dam age was done. The chaingang was at work yester day clearing our plaza of its over growth of weeds. Well done, good and faithful servants. The Spring and Sixth Street Rail way Company has levied an assess ment of ten dollars per sh...

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

VOLUME I. Is Published c\*e«y morning except Monday by THE I ON m.n CITY AND COCN TV I'iiiM iM. an» IM m.isiiivu COMPANY. OFFICE- Herald Steam Hook and Job Printing clause. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express JID Six months " " li Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, _o cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. [Written for the Herald.] AUTUMN LEAVES. S. A. W. Still iv nrer comes and still, Tbe Autumn, sad nnd chill, And frosty winds call shrill Among the trees; And earth its sombre pall Is donning ns they call, Ami dead and dying fall The Autumn leaves. The leaves fall thick and fast Before the chilly blast, And sombro-liued are cast, Heaped up to die, Or here or there to go, With restless winds that blow, or rustle sad and low, As lone they lie. The Winter's coming on, The song birds all are gone, And earth is fain to don Its robes of death, As Summer's leaves grow pale And rustle in the gale, And louder Is the wail ...

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

got Quacks Jwithl. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, 1874. Could Coffee be Cultivated in Southern California? Statements htive gone tbe rounds of the pai>ers recently that II tree sup posed to be a variety of the codec plant, "caffoa Arable a," lias been dis covered in some localities in the mountains of California. The state ments nlhnnod that the berries bad the appearance and the characteristic odor of the true cottee. Of course such reports must always be received with a certain degree of doubt, until confirmed by thorough investigation, yet the subject is one worthy of thought. A coffee plantation is better than a gold mine. The cost of pro duction is light, the preparation of the berry for the market simple, the time required short, the tree commences bearing in the third year, the product is neither perishable nor bulky and the demand is practically unlimited. The United States imports every pound of coffee consumed. The orig inal home of the coffee tree is the hot...

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

3tn<jdcs 3ftcvaltl WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, 1874. Masonic Notice. I.oh lugeles Lodge No. 12, F. * A. M.- The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on the rlrsi Monday of each month at 7:: in i\ m. Members of I'ontnlpha, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons In good standing are cordially in vited. S. ('. FOY, W. M. ('it vs. Smith, Secretary. War! War! War! Among the merchants I Many, very many against one. But he all alon* Is ready to flght them all as he Is backed by a very large army, as the public at large will mindy assist one against so many, especial I v when he has brought war amongst them on their account. Now you see the prices you nave been pitying fur goods; the Important brought them down and he will stand here wiili you andglveyoun ehanee to buy them at ibo<e (inures for many years to come. You will lind uniform prices there and no balls on a lew loading articles; therefore go to the Important, under the La fayette Hotel, and get what you need. The goods from steamer Kaloram...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The ladies hold another temperance meeting this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Senator and Kalorama leave to day, Passengers take the train at 10 this morning. Enterprise Grange, Patrons of Hus bandry, gives a grand ball at Turn Verein Hall to-night. This is April Fool's day; beware of bogus pocket-books and all other snares and delusions prepared for the unwary. Rev. Mr. Packard of the Congrega tional church, will preach at the M. E. church on Fort street this evening at 7* o'clock. The carpenters and plasterers are at work making changes and repairs in Masonic Hall, and have everything inside pretty generally at sixes and sevens. The Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany will soon open an office at Spadra. Geo. North, of Riverside, will assume charge of the depot and business at that place. The colored people of this city held their Fifteenth Amendment ball iv Steams' Hall last night. There was quite a large turnout, and a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 April 1874

VOLUME 11. Is Published every morning exoepl Monday jgr Tilt) LOM A\(ii:u:s CITY AM) COI'JT. ty pmjrrixa am> m hs.isicix; (OJII'ASV. OFFICE—Herald Means nook mid Job '.'rtin nt ■: House, Spring ■itr«t)t, opposite tlx; Court Hove. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express ?l() six months " •* (I Three months " •• • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 'j.i cents Advertisements inserted ut liberal rates. Crops in the County. * Mr. Compton, from Compton on the tTio line of the railroad to Wilmington twelve mile* south of the city gives us the following facts: On account of the heavy rains the ground is too wet, and the crops are more backward than in other parls of the county. There is a larger area sown than last year and it is in fine condition to make the best crop ever produced by tbe farmers. All the artesian wells are llowing, none having given out. One new artesian well will be sunk by Mr. Husk; grass is about two and a half feet high where not eaten off by stock. Mr. Compton will pl...

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

gUflclcs Scroll COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY APRIL 2, 1874. WEEKLY HERALD. The Weekly Herald of this week contains nearly twenty columns of original matter relating to the agricul tural, commercial and manufacturing resources of the county. It will con tain full articles on our harbors and their improve ments, also on our rail roads to Cerro Gordo, Salt Lake and Arizona, and the mineral resources of those countries. The leading articles from the dailies since last Saturday will be in it, also the matter of to-day and to-morrow. Leave your orders in advance. One hundred copies are al ready engaged; one man ordered fifty copies. Price, ten cents each, in wrapper with postage stamp. OUR SECOND VOLUME. To-day the Herald starts on its second volume. No great enterprise is ever carried to success unless its managers are men of great energy and united. It is overcoming difficulties that measures the greatness of the success. That which any one can do is only a common thing. The brief hi...

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. — 2 April 1874

THURSDAY APRIL 2, 1874. Masonic Notice. I i" Angeles Lodge X 0.42. V. A A. Iff.— The stilted meetings of this Lodge are hold on the first Monday of eaclimonth at 7:MO p.m. Members of Pentalpha, No. 902, and all Mas tor Masons in good standing are cordially in vlted. B.C. FOY, W.M. « 'has. Sm ii ii, Secretary. War! War! War! Among the merchants ! Many, very many against one. But he all alone is roady to fight them all as he Is backed by a very large army, as Die public at large Will surely assist one against so many, especially when he has brought war amongst them on their account. Now you see Ihe prices you have heen paying tor goods; tiie Important brought them down and be will stand here with you and give you a chance to buy them at those figures for many years to come, You will dnd uniform prices there and no bails on a lew loading articles; therefore, go to the Important, tinder the La layette Hotel, and get what you need. The goods from steamer Kalorama arc all in now, and MOtb...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 April 1874

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER THURSDAY APRIL 2, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. Judge O'Melveny is again conva lescent and is holding court. The case of the People vs. Banks trial for murder, is to come off in the District Court to-day. Mr. Newmark has just begun the erection of a large double house on Fort street, near Second. It is dull, duller, dullest in our Jus tice Courts. The Justice's agree that this present state of law and order is shocking to a degree beyond measure. Our wool-growers are very eusy about this time shearing their sheep. It is estimated that the yield this year will be greater than that of any pre vious. The Common Council will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock. It is hoped that the members will be prompt in attendance, as it is desired to get through with the business as early as possible. Don't forget to call at the Herald office on Saturday next to get copies of the weekly to send to your friends East. The papers may be obtained at our office done up and stamped, all read...

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

VOLUME 11. #0$ %ttM, Is Published every morningexoept Monday t>.v THE LOS ANGELES CITY AM) COW' TV PHI \ I J \U ANO i>l IIMSHIm; COMI*AMY. OFFICE!—Herald Strain Hook nnd Job Printing; House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, bjr mail or express tin six inontlis " •' << Three months " " 1 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 2ii cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. THE WEEKLY HERALD For this week will contain about 20 Columns of Original Matter Relating to the Agricultural, Manufacturing and Corn mere la] resources of Los Angeles comity; its railroad system and the Immense country tributary to It. Original article! on the following subjects: OUR OBJECT; FINE CROPS-GOOD PROSPECTS) COMI! TO LOS ANGELES; NEW AND IMPORTANT FEATURE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF WILMING TON HARBOR; MAP OF OUR BACK COUNTRY; LET IN THE SUNSHINE, STIIt UP THE FIRE; OUR policy SUSTAINED; THE HERALD MAP; HOW TO BUILD CHEAP DAMS; THE CITY AND SUBURBS; THE SPRING-STREET RAILR...

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

COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY APRIL 3, 1874. Build Up a Home Shipping. The shipping trade of the country draining Into the Los Angeles Valley gives constant employment to some six or eight steamers and about fifteen sailing vessels. This is a coast trade. Not one of these vessels is owned here, where they gain their business. The vessels are run and the profits reaped by men living in Wan Francisco and the East. Why not own the Veasels here ? Why not become our own atyp pers f About 80,000 tons of freight pass yearly through the port ot Wil mington. Judging from the rate of increase during the past three years, and taking into consideration the rapid extension of our railroad line, the freighting will have a yearly increase of from twenty to thirty per cent. A glance at the map iti this paper and an examination of facts published in other articles, will show the large shipping interest that with each succeeding year must center more and more about the harbor of Wilmington. Why not o...

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

FRIDAY APRIL 3, 1874. Masonic Notice. J.cH Aii(LTt>lo«; I od»c No. 49, I. A A. M.— The stated meeting* "i this" Lodge are held on 'he first Monday of eueh month at 7:BP cm. Me.-,,her; of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Mas. ler Masons In good stanilintr are cordially in vited. Si. c. l-'uY, W.M. eiIAS. Smith, Secretary. War! War! War! Among the merchants I Many, very many against one, Hut he all alone is ready lo fight them all us he Is hacked by a very large army, as the public at larcte will surely assist one against SO many, especially When lie has brought war amongst thorn on their account. Now you ace the prices yon have been paying lor goods; the Importantbrpughttheia down and he will stand here wilh you and inveyoua chance to buy them al those Inures for many years to come. You will find uniform prices there and no halts on a lew leading an loles: therefore gn to the Important, under the La* fayette Hotel, and get what you need. The goods from steamer Kalorama are all in now, ...

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