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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 June 1893

HAVE LEFT THEIR ALMA MATER. pConimejicement Exercises at the University. Tljc Graduates Deliver Their Ad dresses and Receive Their Diplomas. The Proceeding* nt th* Chapel —Dean Mali hews' Addreas—Conferring of Degreea-Announcmeiits About tho Faculty. The graduation exercises of the Benior clans of the University of Sonthern California took place in the college chapel at University Place, yeslerday xnornlM. The rostrum of the chapel was filled with semi-tropic bloom. The back ground was of evergreen draped in a graceful manner. The figures " '93," indicative of tbe graduating class occu- pied a prominent position in tho midst of thi? decorations. Th« <■ zeroises began with mitiic by tho oruht-rtrt, while tho following took soatr on the platform : The faculty, the hoard of directors and the senior class. Key. Dr. Williams, pastor ol Univer sity M. E. chnrch, offered prayer, aft*>r which the orchestra played another selection. GttADl'ATKt' addresses. r i' salutatory was given by ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 June 1893

6 JIN* ADVKItriSIHSSTH. M >< • The most direct method of reaching the ; public and making known your it X m W W A NN I TTTTT RSSS W WW W AA NN I T SB WWWW A A NNN T g WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW AA NNN T SSSS WWWW AAAA N II fl 5 * * I "NN I « 5 W W A AN NN T SSSS Is through the rlassllled ad columns of Tne HIr.RAI.Ii. II Is cheap, brings i|iilck leliirus, and places the advertiser In direct communi cation with trmse he wishes to rcKCh. COOL A oSSq uWtp II FFFII FRB lIDII CIO L AA 2 2' "•' "1 " " 0 f a a s ss, hh w ii it-am " B OCt AAA v 2 N 211 F U 1 H 1) OCU LLI.LA ASS N SS M II F 11 KM DOB A DDD I. FEETTTT'uSHn aa D !M: |> I b hs s ! *ttk* inserted In the columns ol IM lli:iiAt.n at X*. ." 0 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. X * Persons w anting situations, help, nr wishing In rent, buy nr sell property will do well tn ad vertise In ThkHfraMi. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER KPKCIAI. NOTICKS • IEAI.TY A HOMEHEEKEHS' AMI IN VEST- S'V otv Jo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock xtxchange Review. Niw Yore, Jone 22 — Speculation at the etock exchange waa dull again today, and con fined almoat entirely lo room tradera. The fail ure olthe Reading plan of read] uitment, cut ting ratea by the Great Northern railroad, bank fallurea ln California and heavy demand for currency from that atate tended to weaken the Hat. Government bonda cloaed steady. MONEY QDOTATIOSB. New York, June .22 -Monej on call, aotlve, ranging from 6 to 25 per cent; closed offered at 8 per cent. Prime mercantile piper, 6(98 per cent. Sterling exchange, firmer; bankers' 60 day bills at demand, $4.BsJi@ 4.88. San Francisco, June 22,-Drafta: Bight, sa, off; telegraph!?, par. STOCKS AND BONDS. New Yoke, June 22.—c.oaing quotations were aa followe: U. 8. 4s, regular.. 109! i LeadTrnat 32^ TJ. 8. 4s, conp.m. .110 /4 Northwestern 104.% 0. 8. 2S, regular .97 do preferred... 135 Pacific Gi 103 N. t. Central lo'i'A Atchison. 23K Oregon Imp 10 I American Ex . . .109 Oregon Nay ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weiltber Human. Reportof o>)nrvation» taken at Loi AnriOs, Jnne 22, 1803: Imo. Bar. ;Th«r.|Rrt'mj WM Vot | Oa. m. 30 0.',' 54 | 88 |NK 3 Clear. >_p. m. bO.Mi il l I 55 I W ii Ciear. Maximum tamperatare, ~ i Minimum tern pet .nun-, OS, Indications, Forecast for Bon th sni OAUMrnle: Filr weather; wjrmer by Friday nlghi; westerly wlnde. All broken linen in Dunlap, Knox and Tollman style hats, iregulnr price $5), now being sold for $2.50 ut Desmond's clearance aale, 1":; S. .Spring etreet. King Solomon Lodge of Perfection No. 14, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite, will confer the fourteenth degree in full form, at Maflonic temple, thie evening. Membera and visitors are cordially in vited to attend. Coroner Cates held an inquest yester day on the remaine of Anita Hamilton, the daughter of Attorney Hamilton, who died suddenly Wednesday. Death wae found due to natural causes, snd a cor reaponding verdict returned. If you are looking for real bargains don't waste any further...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

SUNDAY'S HERALD $ I WIH contain the buy IT I ; news of the day, read iti ii «•«■«•«■ number :: of special articles 5{S I of interest. VOL. XL. NO. 74. CROWDS i IB COMER I -' Our Immense Reduction Sale -or - CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, - 138, 14:0, 142 S. JVlain St. We Are Offering spscial Discounts this Week on Our Entire stock of THE CELEBRATED JEWETT FILTERS, THE ENGLISH AGUA PURA FILTERS, AND CHEAP HOME FILTERS. ALSO COOLERS AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. MEYBERG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE. CHINA CLOSETS In many sizes and patterns. Made either lor the corner or for ths side of the room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety aud all prices. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES We have them round, oral and square, in all sizes, end as cheap ts 75c per foot. More pslterns shown now than ever befure. BUFFETS. A large Hue of pretty designs. CH A I R S I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

2 the vessel, with her Str.m«ee gnna and heavy rophatopci, turned over and car ried them dot n. THE NEWS IN LONDON. Tiding* « r MM Dt*»«ter Caused Moat Intense Eaetteaasm*. London, June 23.—Aa aoon ac the news ot the Victoria-Camperdown diß- Bater became known in tha duke of Edinburg, lately promoted to the position of admiral of tbe fleet, vis ited the admiralty and conferred with the offieiala. A meeting of the ad miral ty board waa held and a telegram of in structions waa sent to Rear-Admiral Markham. The newe of the calamity caused the moat intense excitement, not only among those who had friends on board tbe ill-fated Bhip, but among all classes of the popoletion. Tbe admiralty office in Whitehall was besieged by relatione and friends of the officers and crew, re porters seeking farther details of the disaster, and throngs of people attract ed by curiosity. So dense was the throng in the vicinity tbat the admiral ty officials were compelled to summon tbe police to restrain the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA POMONA. r _. Public Sohool Commencement!— Social and New* Matters. Pomona, June 23.—There has been a busy day with parents, in fact with all patrons and friends of tbe schools, as it ie the last day of the present session of Pomona's public schools—the day of ex aminations and public exercises gener ally. Tonight's exerciies, as given in the Herald yesterday and the previous day, being the finales. Everything in a business and financial way bas been just as usual today in Po mona —not a ripple upon the smooth surface. A churoh social and ice-cream festival will be given by the ladies of tbe Bap tist church at tbeir church building and the bouse just west of Etlsn street, on next Tuesday evening, 27th. Each lady of the society is expected to donote $1 which has been made by ber own exer tions, and also to relate in rhyme, or come cute style, the manner in which it was earned. The proceeds are for church purposts. On Monday evening, the 16th instant, a concert a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

4 LOSANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WRBELY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. jostrH D. Lynch. Ja«s« J. Avans AVERS St LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. •as ani> aaa wkst shoond stbket. TELEPHONE ISO SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week • ? 0 Per Month 80 BY MAIL(IN( i.coiNe Postage): Daily H scald, one year tS 00 Daily Heiiald, six months 4.26 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 I'a ii v Hekai.d, one month .80 Weekly Vkrai.u, rn*year 1 80 Werk ly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, tliree months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered st the postotneo at 'los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCP.MENTS. The papers of all delinquent mstl subscribers to the Daily Herald will be promptly dl.con tinued hereafter. No papers will be tent to subscribers by mall unless the same have boen paid for la advance. This rnle In Inflexible L. P, Fisher, newspaper srtvertlslug agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Han Francisco, Is an authorlssd agent. This paper Is kept on flic In his office. The Herald is sold at th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

EVERYTHING IS LOVELY NOW. The Banks and tho People are All Serene. National Bank Examiner Wightman Arrives and Ia at Work. Be Says That Both of ths Closed Na tional It an I: s Aro Solvent and Will Soon lieoiieu—The Situation Yesterday. The national bank examiner haa ar rived, the bankers are satisfied, the peo ple are content, and all are now turning their evea toward the celebration oi the glorious Fourth, which takes place next week in thia, our City of the Angeles. The people of Los Angeleß have devoted the greater part of thia week to an in dulgence in a species of madness which baa assumod tragical proportions in several inetanceß, and which, during ita continuance, raised a "pretty how-d'ye do," placing the dignified and austere property owner on a levels with the smooth-faced, hair-brained "jene saia quoi" young man at hia Bide, iv a general howl and scramble for coin. But it ia all paat; it is hißtory now; the Rubi con has been crossed and as the foot hills of the Cis-alpine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

6 ADVERTIIBMBSTB. x ' X • The most direct method of reaching the • public end making known your X X W W W A f«> X TTTrP asss WWW W A A IX. 1 T 8 B WWWW AA NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T SSSB WWWW AAA A N N N T 8 WW WW A AN N NT 8 WWA AN Nit T SS • W W A A I NN T SSSS Is through the rlssslflcd ad columns of The lIERAI.D. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser In direct communi cation with those he wishes to r**aeh. COO I, A K SS e R SB.. II FUFI! F.F.B !>!>!> 0 0 E AA a S 11 F 11 F, 1) D 0 L A A H BS„ K BS a II FF II EE D 1) COL AAA X 2 s 511 F HE D 1} HOC I I 1.1 A A H K8 N n BB h U F lIKF.KDDD A POD I. KKKTrTTdSS. AA D DL X Is" AAD Dl. XX T "8S„ AAA DDI. X T „ S A A ODD I.I.LLF.ICR T "SS" inserted ln tbe columns of Tnr. Hfkai.d at X x • 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. .• $1.00 PER LINK PER MONTH. Special rate* lor a longer period. X X Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well 10 ad vertise in Thellei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. N«w Yorx, June 23.—The "took mavket was weak and unsettled today. The bears Jumped on the market at the opening, and depressed prices !4. to IJ4 per cent, but a rally promptly followed, and {or a time speculation ruled tol erably Arm Bank failures out west, however, combined with stringency ln the local money market and the failure of the Reading plan of readjustment, started up a fresh selling movc nientas the day advanced, and in several iu stances important declines were recorded. Government bonds closed firmer. ... MONEY QUOTATIOSS. New Yobk, June 23.—Monej on call, active, !i ranging from oto 20 per cent; closed offered at 20 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 6@B per cent. • Sterling exchange, weaker, hankers' 60-day . bills at $4 8214(94 83; deniaud, *I* '. , 4.85. San Francisco, June 23. Drafts: Sight, sc. off; telegraphic par. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, June 23.—c oslug quotations were es follows: V. 8. io, regular. 109J4 Lead Trust...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather llurean. R-portof observations taken at Loi Angeles, nine SS, lt-03: lino. Bar. iTher. RH'm O a. ra. 20.f)li ft2 7« 0 ).. in. 2!i.n:i 7.1 \r, NIC w Vol I 10 CI*ar. 10 I Oloar. Maximum temperature, 78. Minimum temperature, 49. Indications. PsttecaSt fur Ro,rlh»-i California: Pair weather: warmer, except stationary tempera turc nt San iitogo; westerly winds. The programme of the Ohau'anqiia assembly at Long Ileach next month has been issued. A varied licit of attractions U offered. Stetson, Dnnlap, Knox and Youman hats (regular price $5.00; going rapidly for t 3 00 each at Desmond's clearance sale, 122 S. Spring street. Fishing at Long Beach ia at its best just now. A lady from Arizona landed a beautiful blue mackerel on the wharf Thursday, which weighed three pounds, more or less. Undelivered telegrams at t s e Western Union telegraph office, corner of Oonrt and Main olreeta. Japs 2.'.. 1808, lor J. B. OtilbertHor., J. L. Oollint, omford Swepting, Ivlw. Kahlbaunt. Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR TUB DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER: WARMER; NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 75. CROWDS 1 TOR (IB Our Immense Reduction Sale* -O F - 4»>4>4>*<>4>4>4>* CHILDREN'S CLOTHING i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. IVtain St. « WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS f On our entire stock, and will keep up our Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBERG BROS. fc-i 1 ... '=..-.... ~ : ." ■ — M 1 ■■■, 1 ■ —,j Dining-Room FURNITURE. CHINA CLOSETS In many sizes and patterns. Made either for the corner or for tho side of the room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety and »11 prices. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES pauefrls shown now than eve" " ° hMp " 760 »*' loot - U °" BUFFETS. A large line of pretty designs. CH A IRS In the grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

2 were cheered uproarionslv, And Others followed ln rapid MtWirtUß. THR ri.VKBS OET away. By 4:20 the fveld was at tho post and t sircceseios of false starts was mtde. It was nearly rt o'clock when the flag dropped. Even then the start Was not a good-owe. St. Oroix and Chorister had a slight advantage, but Don Alonzo'a nose was near by and Ingomar was at bis girth. A length away and half a length apart came I'lutus. Aldebaran, Clifford, Lookout and G. W. Johnson, while the rear wan fetched np by Ram apo, Boundless, St. Leonard's, Oporto, Tyro and Stratnroae. At least 10 lengths separated the leader from the la«t horse but the crowd waa well pleased. Young Ray on Plntns and Miller on Aldebaran drew their wblpa at once and Bent their mounte to the front. r)ONAr,ON/.O drops rack. In the meantime the backers of Don Alonzo were horrified to ace him disap pearing in the rear, although Lamley was plainly at work. At'the three-quarter pole Plntns had his head in front, with Aldebaran mov in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

Southern California SANTA ANA. Bank! Preparing to K«mii»« THU Week. New Hnterprlses. Santa Ana, June 24.—Nothing new to report in the matter of our banks, save tbat they are getting in the money now dne them and preparing to resume busi ness early next week. There are many here now anxiously awaiting the open ing of the banks for the purpose of mak ing deposits. contemplated improvements. The Santa Ana Qas and Electric com pany have issued $8000 in bonds and propose to put that sum in improving the present system of this city. Al ready Santa Ana is one of the best lighted cities in Southern California, •nd when the present improvements are made will be greatly benefited. The Olive Milling company intend to increase their working capital to $100, --000, so as to be able to meet the increas ing business. The milling company's business is increasing rapidly and the quality of tbe flour made is excellent. Work on the erection of the building for the pickle factory will be commenced •t o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

4 LOSANGELESIIERALD MAILT ANI> TVKRKLT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. in-ki nD. Lynch 1 i mi;- J. A tan* AYERB 66 LYNCH, PDnMSHBRS. I*B AND Xgr. wy.fr R.ODND HTIIEBT. WtU-PHOM IM SUBSCRIPTION RATE... BY CARRIER: Far Week $ .20 Per Month 80 BY MAlL(lnclviunm PofTAOB)! Daily Hkkalii, one resr 9* OO Daily HKRAt.n, six months 4..ft Inn \ Hkrai.h, three months V.M Daily llkkald, one monl Ii HO Wrkki.y W latin, one year 1 fto Wkhki.v Mi-Hi.., months 1.00 WtlKtY Hskai.u. three mouths NO iLM'sYRATr.n BlQlAtSi per eoi>jr N Kin."" I st lho postofnoo al I ni Auselos as seoond . mm mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of nil delinquent msll sntwrrlbtM to the Daily lfß»An> *cm ... promptly con tinued hereafter. No papers will ho sent to subscribers by mail unlo*. thes.'ni" hsvo boon paltl for In advance. Thl« rulu In Inflexible 1.. P. Plsher. newspaper advertising si.'' nt. -I Merehsnti' Kaehnuae, Hno Frnncisri'. Is sit nuthoriz'd sejuul. Thin paper Is kept ou 11 to lv his office. Tin HaaA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

CO** —■ I LIKE WILD FIRE! M£ | The News Has Spread All Over the Southern Country That We Made the Greatest Move Ever Made on the 3 Commercial Chess Board and I CAPTURED AT 60cts. ON THE DOLLAR I £: X H E E3 | «3 FINEST STOCK OF MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS l> | THAT EVER CROSSED T H El ROCKIES, ES ... THE MANUFACTURERS NEEDED READY CASH, WE-HAD IT, and Took =f \\\\\tZ Their Goods at Almost Our Own Price. Some Merchants Would Store the Goods Away and Peddle 'Em Out in Piece Meal at Regular Prices. But "We |»»»M»»»MM»»»»»»»»^>»»i»H»»»» ♦»♦<♦»»♦ **m******9*»*<tH Aint Built That Way." Being Great Believers That "A Nimble Sixpence rr jpA QT-T TQ \T TNTO I Is Better Than a slow shillin^"We Will " Divv y" up with the p eo - •S- t IO VJT' I pie. So Come and Help Yourselves to the Greatest Values Ever Given Wr. . Lmmhmm*immm m.mmm ,mmmmmm«mm >>t . b 7 an y Firm on Earth. We Have Every Confidence in the Solidity of Los z\\\ Angeles Banking Institutions, but No One Can Put Their Spa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

6 I INK AnVKUTIsiItIHtSNXS. * X • The most direct method of reaching tho public and making known your X x t? W W A NN N TTTTT SSfIS W WW W AA NN N T H S WWWW AA NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSSB WWWW AAA A NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T S W W A A N N N T 8 8 W W A AN NN T SSSS Is through the classified nd columns of Tiif. IHtllAl.p. It Is cheap, brings ipilek returns, and places Ihe advertiser In direct communi cation Willi I hose lie wisblgl to reach. 000 L A >Bfla uSN,. II I FFII FUR DDI! O II Ii AA v si H F II X l> II O L A A N 88„ N SS tl II IFII I E II D 0 0 L AAA a 2 H Jill' II X 11 D (XHJ U.LI.A A' SS'' II F II El'lt HUD A HDD I. FFE'mTuSSu AA D Dl. F, I E AAD Ii 1, FE T "SS H AAA li DI. I*' To C A A DDI! I.LLTiHEK T SS In»erted in the i-oluiniis ol IM Hkhai.h at tt ' * ■ 0 CENTS PER LINE PF.lt DAt, J . Cl.OO PER LINK PER MONTH. Special rules for a longer period. X * ■Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, Uny or sell properly will do well to ad ver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

TWENTY-SIX LEFT ON BASES. leventeen of These Were Local Players. 'neldentally the San Franciscos Won the Game. the I.o» Angelei Team Gives Its Mew Flicker tbe Weakest Kind of Support and Bat Like Juvenllee. If tbt Angels had beon able to hit the ball at critical times yesterday, they could have won tbeir game, and against frightful odds. It was a peculiar game in many ways. The 'Friscos started off by hitting the Angels' new phenom for ail tbat was in sight, and they had the con fidence that is begotton of a good long lead. The home team, on the other band, had all that to contend against in the field, and at the bat they had Louis Balsz to contend against, and no one waß ever found yet who could tell just what kind of a game Louie was going to pitch. This was just the day tbat Balsz would fill the bases and then pitch in vincible ball. Twenty Angeles reached first base. Of these two completed the circuit, one was caught napping aud 17 died on bases. At very many stages of the game ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Rureau. Report of observations takon at Lot Angeles, June M, 1S03: i im" Bar. Jam 29.II.1 i p m M.H.* that, BlC'm Wd M H8 N 78 no w 2 7 Clear. (Jioar. Maiimum temperature, 81. Minimum temperanre, M, Indications. Forecast for Hoathtrn CaMfornls : Fair weather; warmer, inriii to west winds. Charlea Young, a miner ot Oasn Grande, A. T., died of asthma yesterday at 522 Temple atreet. Hia uncle, C. L. Peterson, ot tbe same place will arrive here today. An order has been issued by Gsneral McCook for the calling of special boards at tho different posts throughout the. department, to examine some of tbe sergeants for promotion to ordnance sergeants. Deputy Sheriff Frank Cochran left for Agnewß last night, having in charged. W. Lyman, who was commltttd to the aaylum nt that pluce by Judge Clark yesterday morning, after an examina tion by Drs. Werniglc aud Aiuovorth. Undelivered telegrams at t'le Western Union teleg-aph office, corner of Court and Main streets. June 24. 1893,...

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