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

$0* $iitlU §tm\l CITY AND COUNTY OFFiCIALJAPER. TUESDAY JUNE 2; 1874. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. SAN Ehancisco, June Gold, 112%. 0 reenbacks- Buy I Of, 9M% ; sell ing, 90. San Francisco Markets-By Telegraph. San Fhancisco, June. FLOUR-*", 50<afl 50. WHEAT—BI i>V<«l NO. BARLEY—BI 6Skl HI OATS—BI s.'x<«l 70. POTATOES-l 30§1 to. ONIONS-SI 2.K41 40. HAY— Vim*. CORN—BI 7.">-i'l !>.». EGf >S—27'.. ci3Uc. BUTTER—'-'/xi.fie. ('HEINE —12 in 16c. BEANS—2 7 $mjC. FX PORTS. Jam* Ist—MM pipes wine, 3 barrels brandy, 20 bales wool, to sacks beans, liquor, 19 boxes lemons, 40 packages trees, \ case merchandise, A3 bales sheep skins. Team Departures. June Ist—One team to Present*. Vunietou. The following is the freight list per steamer Mohongo, which arrived fr<tm San Francisco May 31st. A J Pel ton 6; IS Bright 6 Bauer A Co tijj N A Co 1 8 Levy i B Save 1 J W" ¥ 2*2 sam'l Meyers 1 B C Boren 9 .1 Miller 1 SAB 4 B & Co 1 J D Guerrero ISHellman 3 Capt Klttredge 2 .1M ACo 7 ...

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. — 3 June 1874

VOLUME IL Is I'ahlUaed ere,; -aoralag exocst Monday ey THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PVULIUHING 00. OFFICE-Herald Stenm Book and Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite Ihe Court House. TERMS: ' Per nasune, by nasi! »r express JlO Six months " " tl Three months " " • 3 Delivered by enrriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Facts and Fancies. Horace Greeley's estate will count up $123,000. Why is a kiss like some sermons ? Because there are two heads aud an application. The highest spire in the United States is that of Trinity Church, New York, which is 284 feet. "Byrom and Drinkwater," was a sign which was to be seen on a store in New Yarmouth, Me., sixty years ago. Fifty pounds of bullets were sold by one man in Chattanooga the other day, as his gleanings from the Chick* uniauga battle-iield. "Oh, bother cremation!" says the Pittsburg Commercial. "We have to earn our living—and we don't want to be compelled to urn our dead." The Banbu...

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. — 3 June 1874

\§H rfrttfttt* §rf**ti. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 3, 1874. The Oregon Election. The first triangle fight of the season took place in Oregon on Monday last. The Democrats, Independents and Re publicans went out to do battle each for itself and each against the others. We presume it was a square stand up fight, in which no advantage was taken and none given. The three par ties were well organized, well drilled, well marshaled, and all fought nobly. The smoke had not cleared away suf ficiently when our last dispatches were placed on the wires, to indicate def initely on which banner victory perched, but the State was claimed by the Democrats, for Governor, and the claim was not disputed. If the result is as indicated of course both the Re publicans and the Independents will find means to explain the cause of de feat, and bring any amount of argu ment to prove that the election is without the slightest significance In a party sense. This will not be true in every es...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 3, 1874J CITY AND SUBURBS. The Kalorama will sail for San Francisco Tuesday, June 9th. Fare, $10. If Mr. L. P. Cook is in the city, he will learn something to his advantage by addressing J. C, this office. A private dispatch received from Judge Sepulveda, announces that he will return to the city Friday next. We learn that Mrs. Griffin has sold her ranch and corral near the city to Mr. Di n Stevens for the sum of $10, --000. There was no meeting of the Direc tors of the Chamber of Commerce last night, as there was not a quorum pres ent. Splendid live-acre lots for $(150. Lo cated one mile this side of the race track. Apply to Kimball & Ban croft. • Mr. J. D. Patrick offers some rare inducements to purchase new and sec ond-hand pianos. See card in another column. In the case of Lewis vs. Anderson, on trial in the County Court yester day, a motion for the new trial was argued and overruled. John Coleman charges one of our policemen wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 June 1874

Sos Qitm* CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY JUNEITTbtI POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line-Arrive at 2:40 I*. M.; close tit 10::» M. Letters int( tided for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Cmst Line—Stations between Ban Kranelseo and Los Angeles, via Santa ltarbara—Ar rive at I0::t0 P. M.; closes at 9:00 P. M. Sin Diego Line—Sun Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrano, etc.—Arrives nt !2 M., closes at 3:30 P. M. Southern Arizona-Tucson, uma, Arizona City, and Way Stations-Trl-Weekly 'er vlce—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and r ri lavat 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday Saturday; Mail closes at :C3O P. M. Northern Arizona—ProfeOOtt, Wickcnberg nnd Wav Stations-Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day nii'l Friday; mail closes at 2 30 P. M. Sin Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel. El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P. M.; closes at 2ttiß P. M. Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at 9:10...

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

VOLUME 11. fttjtf gtttflcles leratd. i« Published eveiy inoralag except Monday by TDK LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE—H«»aId SI cum nook nnd Job Printing' House. tipiiag street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall er express $1(1 six months " " i> Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, •£> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Joaquin Miller's Last. Alone and and I sat ma down To rest on Rousseau's oarrow Isle, Beneath Geneva. Mile on mile, And set with many a shining town, Tow'rd Dent dv Midi danced the wave Beneath the moon. Winds went and came, And tanned the stars into a Same, i beard the tar lake, dark and deep, Rise itp and talk as In its sleep. 1 heard the laughing waters lave And lap against the farther shore, An Idle oar, and nothing more Save that, the Isle had voice, and save That round about Its base of stone There plashed and flatbed the foamy Rhone. A stately man, ns black as tan, Kept up a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 June 1874

£00 licvaltL CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1874. Unity of Action. lii union there is strength. A sin gle reed is broken by a child while the bundle of reeds defies the strength of the strongest man. A community that acts as a unit is always a pros perous community, while one that is tilled with jealousies, euvfes, animosi ties, hatreds, is necessarily non-pro gressive, and oftentimes loses the nat ural advantages which are theirs al most by birthright. The city of Sac ramento is the finest Illustration of what a united people may accomplish that we know of in this State. Sacra mento has been burned up, flooded and sunk in the mud, in turn, yet she now stands a beautiful city Km solid ground ten or fifteen feet above the level of her original site. She was liable to overflow every time the river raised, but the energy and unity of her people set up a barrier around her against which the turbid waters beat iv vain. Had Sacramento been in habited by people jealous of...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1874 CITY A ND SUBURBS. The Common Council meets this af ternoon at 3 o'clock. The Supervisors concluded their sit ting yesterday, and adjourned until the first Monday in July. Splendid five-acre lots for $<J.V). Lo cated one mile this side of the race track. Apply to Kimball & Ban croft. * The Orizaba will arrive at Wilming ton to-day, and sail for San Diego. On Saturday, June 6th, she will re turn, bound up the coast. It may be well for our tax payers to remember that the unpaid taxes of 1872-3 will be delinquent on the first Monday in July, after which time 2"> per cent, will be added. Mr. Pridham, agent of the Coast Line of stages, has made arrange ments for passengers to connect with the San Diego coach by rail at Los Nietos, he furnishing the through ticket to Anaheim for $1 50. The contribution to the Agassi/, mo* mortal fund from the Los Angeles public school was $20. The money was forwardcil to Boston yesterday. If ...

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

2to §txM. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE 4~15T4. POST-OFFICER DIRECTORY. Eastern, Sail Francisco and Northern-Tele graph StugV> Line—Arrive ut 2:40 P. M.; close ut 10:30 M. Letters intended for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. C>ast Line—Stations between San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Harbara-Ar rive at U)::i0 P. M.; closes at 9:00 P. M. Sm Diego Line—Sun Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Cupistrano, etc. Arrives at 12 M., closes at 3:30 P. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Tri-Weekly iter vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri lavnt II M.: leaves Monday, Wednesday _ult Saturday; -Mail closes at 3:30 I. M. Northern Arizona—l'rescott, Wlekenberg and Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Frlfluy; mail closes at 2 ;(0 P. M. Ban Bernardino und Way Stations -San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. Wdmington aud Way Stations—Arri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 June 1874

VOLUME 11. Is Published eve,y mot slog except Monday by Till- Los ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Co. OFFICE—Herald Steam Booh and Jol» Prmtini; House, Spring street,opposite the Court Uouse, TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express §10 six months '• " <; Three mom bs " " • :j Delivered by carriers, per week..; 'St cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Los Angeles and Independence Survey. Editor Herald: I arrived here last night from Desert Springs, having been for the past week engaged in re oonnoltering the country due north from Cajou Tush, and although it is considered to be it desert region, com paratively unexplored and unbroken by a wagon road, such was the re markable smoothness of the general surface that I drove a light spring WSgon, drawn by a pair of horsc3, freely in any direction desired, and upon the third day out we were enabled to make a drive of FORTY MILKS WITHOUT IXCONVKN -lENCK. The general formation of this coun ty is volcanic. Upon nil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY JUNE 5, 18?4. A Non-Remunerative Labor. An investigation of the affairs of the Central Pacific Contract ami Fi nance Committee seems to be deter mined upon. The Committee may not be appointed at the present ses sion of Congress; but the next session, if composed of tbe same class of men as the present, and there is little room for change, will no doubt go into the business with a will and investigate to the full satisfaction of the several anti-railroad journals. The diagno sis—for we consider it such—will, we anticipate, show a mass of facts to prove that the horse died on the man's hands—that he was a fraud at the out set and maintained his character un to the end. Tbe Credit Mobilier and the Contract and Finance Committee were a couple of schemes gotten up for the attainment of the same end swindling the stockholders and the Government. They were twin rascal ities and both succeeded. The first has been investigated, and beyond proving what e...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 June 1874

Los Angeles Daily Herald. LOS ANGELES, SATUHDAY MOHNIKG, JUNE 0, 1874. BUSINESS CARDS. L'HOFEHSION. DR. HOBBS, HYGIENIC PHYSICIAN, BUB* GEON AND A.CCOtJCHEUR-Fellowof the H. ('. H. & P.—Can bo consulted on all Dis eases at ills temporary offlce, cor. Springand Court streets, opposite Court House, or Patients can be attended at their homes. All Diseases treated on strictly Hygienic Princi ples, Without the aid of uiiv anti-vital agents. Office hour*,from y to 12 a! M.,and i to 4 P.M. jun.'i-tf J. C. ALLEN. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, COM* merclal street, opposite Hellman, Haas & Co.'s. Repairing promptly and neatly done. mrl2-ly O'CONNOR & EARLEY, THE ONLY SHOP IN THE city WHERE Loeksmithlng and Bellhanging Is a speciality. Safes and Scales repaired, general Jobbing. All work warranted. 43 Main street, next door to Lafayette Hotel. ap3-tf J. STRELITZ. MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION ABLE CLOTHIER. No. 73 Main street, lv front of the Orient Saloon, Downey liloek. A large stock of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 June 1874

$0$ JUskH\o jwaUL CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY .JUNE 6, 1874^ Its Mission Ended. If we regard President Grant as the head—the commander-in-chief—of tlie Republican party, the conclusion is easily reached that lie has won his last victory, and that his army is now inarching to the Held which will prove its Waterloo and the annihilation of the old guard. The appointment of Richardson is the last of a series of blunders which can only come of the Insanity with which the gods intliet those whom they have marked for destruction. We need not dwell on facts so insignificant as the appoint ment of bad, not to say corrupt men, to high and responsible posit ions. In stances are so numerous that to pass them in detail would bo to till whole columns with ignominious names. Greater and more flagrant ac ts of mis judgment or of determined defiance of the people snd disregard for all princi ples of right, are also numerous. The national scandals for the past few years are all chargeabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 6 June 1874

crrr and county official paper. SATURDAY TUNE 0, 1874 CITY AND SUBURBS. <!. W. Morgan has money to loan. ; The Kaloramu will sail for Ban Fran cisco Tuesday, June 9th. The Mohongo will arrive Monday, June Bth, and sail for San Diego. The Pacific will leave for Santa Bar bara nd San Francisco Tuesday, June eth. The repairs on St. Athanasius Church will bo completed by the 11th in -it. The Orizaba sails to-day, for San Francisco. The .steamer train leaves at 4 o'clock. Twenty bales of scrap tobacco were received at the depot yesterday, to be used by our farmers for a sheep-wash. Splendid five-acre lots for $650. Lo cated one mile this side of the nice track. Apply to Kimball & Dan croft. * The Los Angeles Rifles will meet at their hall next Monday night, for the purpose of selecting their uni forms. It Is reported thatßolsaChit a ranch has been taken possession of by over a hundred squatters, who claim it as Government land. The Baptist church will meet for Worship at the Court...

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

•100 grttgtte* Jicvattl CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY JUNE 6, 1874. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco anil Northern— Tele graph Stage Line—Arrive ut 2:10 I. M.;close at 10:30 M. Letters Intended tor registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Coast Line—Stations between San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 19:30 P. M.; closes at H:00 P. M. 8 in Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Cupistrano, etc.—Arrives at !2 M., closes at 3::» P. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations-Trl-Weekly <*er vtce—ArrivesHtUtday, Wednesday and Fri lay at 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday ..n'd Saturday; Mail closes at :l:.!0 P. M. Northern Arizona—Prescott, Wiekenberg and Way stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:*) A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 ;I0 P. M. S in'Bernardino and Way stal ions—San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 r. M.; closes at itm P. M. Wilmington and Way ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 7 June 1874

VOLUME II §w §rtiget*o Scmhl Is Published eve.y Morsiag exoeyt Monday by THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE—H*r«M Stenm Hook ami Job Printing House. Wprin; street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per asauia, by mail er express $10 six months " " Ij Three months " " . ■ 3 Delivered by carriers, per week,..'. 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. THE WREATHED SUBJECT. A Talc of the OlSNectiilff Tnble. Tn a narrow little street, full of nooks and angles, stands a quaint brick house, nooky and full of angles too. It has survived many years, and time has filled its crevices with mold, and green moss now and then is soon on its cornices, or grows close on the walls. It is old enough to have had a his tory, and people say it is the brooding haunt of memories that are better lost than kept alive. Be that as it nitty, it is the scene of a little incident in life, which was told to me, and I relate it here. Those connected with it hnve passed away...

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

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JUNE 7, 1874. What Local Option is Doing. There is something more In Local Option than is dreamed of in our phil osophy. It is announced that owing to the no-license expression of the people the Pacific distillery of San Francisco has reduced its daily manu facture of whisky one-half, and that the other distilleries find it necessary to do likewise. The Pacific distillery is owned by Gi:o. Oulton & Co. They admit to the manufacture of three thousand gallons of liquor per day. Their monthly revenue tax at the rate of seventy cents per gallon, amounts to something over twelve thousand dollars per week. The Pacific manu factures about one-half of the spirits produced In the State. This does not include what is imported from the East or elsewhere. Up to the present time at least six thousand gallons of whisky per day were manufactured in this State. We mean spirits, and we have no means of knowing how many gallons of four dollar whisky thin spi...

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. — 7 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JUNE 7, 1874 CITY AND SUBURBS. O. W. Morgan has money to loan. * The Mohongo will leave for San Diego to-morrow. The new crop of barley is coming in for shipment quite freely. The Pacific will sail Tuesday, June 9th, for San Francisco and way ports. Herman Morris, the collector is, do ing a lively business iv his line just now. Passengers for San Diego by the steamer Kalorama will take the train this morning at 10 o'clock. Judge McNealy has gone to San Bernardino, and the District Court is adjourned until June loth. A girl is wanted to do general house-work in a private boarding house. Address M., this office. Splendid five-acre lots for $650. Lo cated one mile this side of the race track. Apply to Kimball <fe Ban croft. * There will be preaching in the M. E. Church, Fort street, at 11 A. M. and 7:,'!0 p. M. to-day by the pastor, J. M. Campbell. A. Mallaonowitz brought suit in Justice Gray's Court yesterday against Andreas Keys for stealing ...

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

•Xw §Htgffej gcrato. official paper. SUNDAY JUNE~77~1874. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line-Arrive at 2:40 P M.; close at 10:80 M. Letters Intfnded for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Coast Line-Stations between San rranclsco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 10:30 P. M.: ' loses at 9:00 P. M. San Diego Line-San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrano, eta—Arrives at 12 _~ closes at 3::*) P. M. _ »___. Southern Arizona-Tucson uma, Arizona City, and Way Stations-Trl-\V eekly /»er vice-Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and In lay at 12 M.; loaves Monday, Wednesday .nd Saturday; Mail closes at 3:30 P. M. Northern Arizona-Present*, Wlckenberg and Way Stations—semi- Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 1 HO P. M. 8 m Bernardino and Way Stations-San Ua hriel, Xl Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P. M.; closes at 3:80 P. M. Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at 9:10 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 9 June 1874

VOLUME IL £Os ficraU. IsPaslisaed evsTy atoraiag except Monday sy THE Los ANGELES CITT AND COUNTY PRINTING ASD PstBLIaHtNG 80. OFFICE—Herald Mleam Book and Joh Printing llou«e. «p>mg street, opposite the Court Uouse, TERMS! PeraaSttm, by mail sr express $10 six months " , " « Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 2") cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. TOBACCO. Wlmt the Agricultural Bureau Knows About the Great staple. We compile the following from the monthly report of the Department of Agriculture of February and March, 1874: Tobacco is a special crop, very ir regular In its distribution and fluctu ating in extent of local breadth, and hence specific investigation is necessa ry even to obtain comparative esti mates of quantity. Though it is pro duced In all the States, there were only fourteen States in 1870 (on census authorityi that produced (each) as much as 1,000,000 pounds, while sev eral counties In tobacco States yield each two, three, to five ...

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