Los Angeles Herald, 18 March 1875
Los Angeles Herald, 18 March 1875 NOTICE. I HEREBY NOTIFY ALL LIQUOR DEAL- ers in the city and county of Los Angeles not to give to my husband, Peter Wilson, any kind of intoxicating liquors. I will sue them for damages, under the penalty of the law. MRS. P. WILSON.
Poland Act Wikipedia – The Poland Act (18 Stat. 253) of 1874 was an act of the United States Congress which sought to facilitate prosecutions under the Morrill Anti-Bigamy Act by eliminating the control members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) exerted over the justice system of Utah Territory. Sponsored … [Read more…]
THE VERDICT OF ’63. The only victories obtained by the Confederate party of the North during the progress of the war were secured by surprise and deception, at a time when the public mind was depressed by defeat. In 1862 the managers of the concern who, through their favorite Generals, McClellan and Buell, had contrived … [Read more…]
FIGHT FOR A GAL.— The Monitor Gazette of October 8th says : We are informed that a fight is to come off on Sunday afternoon, about five miles below Ante- lope City, on Walker’s river, between an emi- grant named ” Mac” and an hombre a native of Walker’s bottom, known as Yankee Sullivan. The … [Read more…]
POLICE COURT.— In the Police Court yesterday John Doe was tried on a charge of petit larceny in stealing a $20 gold piece, the property of Anna Smith. Anna, while under the influence of lager beer, had scattered her money over the floor of her room and afterwards accused the defendant of stealing a part … [Read more…]
Sacramento Union, 19 August 1922 NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK, Aug. 18. — Butter firm; creamery higher than extras, 36½ @ 37; extra firsts, 32@35½. Eggs eas- ier. Cheese steady. DRIED FRUIT NEW YORK, Aug. 18.— Evaporated apples dull and easy; prunes, quiet. Apricots, easy. Peaches steady. Rais- ins quiet.
One Housing Need. Sacramento Union, 19 August 1922 DISCOURAGEMENT is still the lot of the newcomer and the newlywed who seek to find shelter for himself and family. The old bugaboo which confronted the man in need of a temporary home in the days immediately after the war still stalks in the troubled dreams of … [Read more…]
A great comment left in an article on 538.com the other day. I copy it here so it won’t get lost, as I can’t locate it 48 hours later: Chris Raimondi Calling anything Trump puts out as a plan and then attempting to analyze it is doing a disservice to numbers without pointing out virtually … [Read more…]
Sacramento Daily Union, June 1873 An advertisement from the Sacramento Daily Union, June 1873, which shows the never changing love of personal modes of transportation in America, not much different now than 143 years ago.