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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

A BIG GRIST OF BUSINESS. Proceedings Yesterday of the City Council. The Management of the Free Labor Bureau in Question. A Nnmber of titreet Matters Attended to—Fire Plug* Wanted—The Coun cil Advlaorl to Get a Move On— Petition* and Protests. The city council met yesterday morn ing, in the city hall, at 10 o'clock, all of the members being present with the exception of Mr. l'essel. Tbe city clerk read the minutes of the preceding meeting, and they were ap proved. THE HACK AND EXPRESS ORDINANCE. His honor the mayor, at the request of several members of the council, re turned unapproved the ordinance regu lating the conduct of drivers, hackraen and expressmen, soliciting business at the different railway depots. The ordi nance provides hackmen a"nd others in their line of business Bhall not approach near than 75 feet to the main entrances of railway depots and stations. After due consideration it was decided to refer the matter to the board of public works, and request a report ou the...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

6 J INK ADVF.IITISBMKNTS. X X ; The most direct pictlnpl of reselling tho public ami making known your X x WWW A NTf N 1-nTT RSSM WWWW AA NNN T 8 S W W W W A A r. It N T 8 WWWW A A N N N f H WWWW A A NNN T BSBB WWW W AA A A N N N T 8 WW WW A AN B N T 8 W W A A N N N T 8 8 W W A A N NN T BHSB Is througii the classified ad columns of Thr HBBALO, it 1-s SheePi brings quick returns, Slid plaetS the advertiser in direct coinlnutli cation with those lie wishes to reach. OOQ L a .sh k „ss, 11 11r11 Ui noi> c HI. AA t h E "II r 111 l> i> C I, A A Nn v *S|H U II ll' II It. II 11 011 I, AAA „ g „ SU' II E 11 ' 1 000 I 1.1.1.A A K BS" HH II X lIKKKDUU A ODD 1. 881 I OTdBBj AA l> l< I E T C " AAD DI. KR T r SB AAA p II I. E Tv C A Alll'll 1.1.1.1. KICK T n Bß° Inserted In the columns ol 'I tin RgslALB at x * 1 6 CENTS PER LINK PF.II DAY, Ifl.llO PER LINE IT'.U MONTH. special ratal Kwa)tMgefpesie& x « x Persons w nut lug sit vat Inns, help, or wishing to ran 1. eiiy or sell pr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

TO THE BELOVED. Oh, sot mors subtly silmce strays Amoagxt the winds, between the voices. Mingling alike with uennlve lays And with the music that rejoices. Than tbou art present lv my days. My silence, life returns to thee In ull the pauses of her breath; Hush back to rest tho melody That out of then nwakeneth, And then wake ever, wake ior i .c. Full, full Is life In hidden places. For tbou art silence unto me. Full, full is thought In endless spaces. Full Is my life. A silent sua Lies round all shores with long embraces. Thon art like silence all unvexed. Though wild words part my soul from thee; Thou art like silencu un perplexed, A secret und a mystery Between one footfall and tho next. Most dear pause in a mellow lay. Thon art inwoven with overy air; With thee the wildest tempests play. And snatches nf thee everywhere Make little heavens throughout a day. Dnrknees and solitude shine for me, For life's fair outward part are rife The silver noises; let them be. It is tbe very soul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

8 BRIEFS v. .- Bureau. Tteportof obvirvalloiis taken nt Los Aureus June M, 108-81 Time, n«T. |Tlicr. BH'mlWil ■ ;»t)» m 2IIKJ r». r i 7n Ink 00 |i in. 211.:'0 7.1 411 I W Vol 1 Cleer. 0 lliear. Maximum temperature, mj Minimum temperature, 04. Indications. Forecast for Soul'itru (Hllf.irnla: Pair weatlitr; ttatlouary Urnperttorll westerly winds. The Christian Endeavor society o( tha city will have a picnic at Rubio rafion on the Fourth. < Work is prr.grersing rapidly on tbo addition to t|io Hot"! Green, Pauadena. The rafters lor tho fourth Moor worn laid last week. Several bovß, ages from M to 16 years, having horaop, can get steady joba by applying at the Hkcai.h oflloe, jThe work is carrying papers. The West Vernon ISasebfiH club de feated the Wnshington-Btritei Stars last Saturday on their grounds by a score of 10 to 12. The feintnre 1)1 tlin gHtue was the batting of the We'd VlrnOni, A marriage license was Issued yester day at the ofllce of the conntv clerk lo G. W. Ooatoay, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. Break Away j V from the old way of washing ! What is I J \'\ it; that keeps you ? It can't be economy, f > I for that's on the other side. Pearline \\ *J doesn't cost any more to use than common s oap, or anything cist: // v f/[// Jj tnat ' 3 sa fe and harmless. But v Jl j ust t ' le contrar y —when you use Ivk Pearline, instead of wasting your / VvV '| >w time and strength and wearing out /V J >S*v N \ y° Ul ' c^ot^lcs on trie washboard, I / 4wi * ruD > rub, and save your labor, I / '//m\ / \S your clothes and your money. \ * Nl It must be that you'd rather work hard and do damage—if you know these facts and don't use Pearline. PetltUors Bml some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as" U or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSH—Pearline is never peddled It 'R.as-.lr- a J} d lC y° ur f ; rot ; er , sends y° u something in place of Pearline, he JDctCK. honest— send tt back. 343 JAI.IES PYLB, New York. WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG! 713 S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

10 Delinquent Assessment Book PROPERTY OF LOS ANGELES CITY FOR THE YEAR 1892-1893. MORTGAGES. B No. Nsme and Description. Amount 0 Baldwin, Hnnnsh A, Interest by reason ol mortage given by Margaret Goodwin for (he sum ol'4looo, recorded in book 320, page 38, ol mortgages, records of lais Angeles county, Cali fornia, lot 28, block 1), Weat Bonnie Brae Iract 80 05 94 Poland.-r, Amelia, Interest by reason of mortgage given hy Then aud Annie M Hlaeii for the sum ol ituono, n rded in book 275, page 14, of mort gages, records of Loa Angeles counts', Caltfiu nln, lot 5, block A, Treat tract S2 00 88 Bond, Oliver 8, (truktce), inter est by reaaon of mortgage given by a r Bendell ior Che sum of IfntCi, recordod ln book 21H, page 10, ol mortgages, records of Los Angeics county, Calllor nln, lot 3, block t, Mooro it Kcl lelicr's aubdlvlslon uf lot 0, block 00, II 8 , 5 03 106 Bovtiton, i. M I', Inlcrc-t by rcus o'n of Mortgage given by X J oxarsrt for ill" sum of 8360. re conled in book 815,pa...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

No. Name and Description. Amount by Griffln .tract, west by Wells street, and personal property.... $4 78 808 Griffln, Mrs. L H, Park tract, lot 10, block F 1 03 •12 Gel>-fl, T N', Workman & Hollen- 'JT Uv* ;r*ct, lot 6 13 71 842 Gross, A, Ela View tract lot 5, hlock T 60 Lot 6, block F 00 lot 38, block 8 00 Lot 34, block 8 60 lot 36, block 8 60 lot 30, block 8 60 847 Grosvenor, Frederics, Angcleno Heights, lot 11, block 37 2 10 407 Gucnett, Malvena, Kuhrt's Bridge tract, lot 36, block 4 98 Lot 37, block 4 98 881 Oulrado, B, Woolen Mill tract, north 20 feet lot 18, block 8 .. 157 585 Gulrado. R 0, Mead A Dalton tract, lot 39, block D 1 36 Lot 40, blook D 1 36 H 87 Hs':.llp, M, Chllds Holghts tract, lot. 12, block 7 70 01 Hall. A J, Ela Hill tract, lot 14, block C , 2 38 66 Hall, John, Damon A Millard sub division, Shaw tract, lot 13, block 5. and personal property 10 89 71 Hall, J J, Norton tract, lot 3, block I , 60 Lot 4, blook I 60 LotS, block 1 60 lot 6, block I 00 03 Bam...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

12 No. Name and Description. Amount Lot 27, block W $0 61 550 Buggies, c 8, los Angelea Im provement company's subdi vision of lot 4, block 39, II 8, lot 12, block 0 1 79 10l to, block A 1 30 598 Ryan, William Alex, Corcoran iract, lot 20 1 57 s 25 Bomsnn, M L, Knob Hill tract, lot 1, block C 2 53 lot 2, block C 2 44 82 Sanborn, F A, Munznnltn Heights, lot •/, block 1. 71 Lol 20, block E 72 36 Sanchez, I) M de, Ord's survey, norlh 21) feel 10l S, block 35.... 2 00 Soillli 311 led of west 15(1 fed lot 9, block 36 2 75 89Benches, T \, Banchei tract.lot IS block 3 2 It) 63 Sanderson. Julia (', X urtz Bridge tract, I"' 9, blink 2 2 91 02 San 1.1,1,r1el Valley Rapid Transit Railroad company, a strip of land ill feet w ide in Iho Solo Heights, containing 2.64 ai res. 872 A strip ol bind 40 feel wide lv Florence Terrace trad, contain ing 2.12 acres 318 A strip of lllliil 40 leel wide in Tutltlll A' Gleason's subdivision. containing 0.43 acres. 2 43 Mrooklvn trad, lot 1, block 18.... 70 Is....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR TUB DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER i WARfIERj WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 78. OUR GREAT SALE -or - i CHILDREN'S SUITS p IS STILL. ON. We are selling more now than ever before Don't miss the chance we are now offering. Iffi s ; 10 Per Cent. Discount. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS On our entire stock, and will keep up our Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBLtRG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE. CHINA CLOSETS In many sizes ana patterns. Made ei'ber for the corner or for the aide of tho room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety and all prices. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES We have them ronud, oval and square. In all su;s, and as cheap as 73c per foot More patterns shown now than ever before. BUFFETS, A large line of pretty daslgn?. OHA I RS In the itrea'ept variety, in Cane seat, Wood soat or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 June 1893

2 itor. not one calculated to rob with im punity the debtor for the benefit of the creditor." A national convention of the Ameri can Bimetallic league has aJ ready been decided upon for the latter part of Au gust at At. Louie or Ohieago. OAKI.IHDH MAINTAINH Kll,Ka*C«, Secretary Carlisle, in response to a re quest to express his views of the flnon oial situation, as affected by tho action of India on silver, politely declined, raying under the circumstances he had nothing to say for publication and did not care to indulge in speculation as to the future. GOTHAM GOSSIP. Hi* Ik* Slump <>r •Hhror Affects Irealtnjt. In Well Street. New York. June 27. —While, Record ing to bank officer" today, there was no übangs in the eendittone to warrant any marked increase in stock exchange prices, there were not lacking > sports of a character calculated to inspire confi dence, as wrll as some facts which justi fied tbe belief that the outlook was brighter today than yesterday. The rateof e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 June 1893

PASADENA. The Bank Officials—The Electric Kail way—Notes. Pasadena, June 27.—The official* of the three banks of Pasadena, desiring to express their feelings towards their patrons for the manly way they stood by them in the late financial difficulty, met this morning and passed the following: Whereas, At the outset of a financial flurry that, though causeless, had re sulted in closing several of the largeßt banks in our neighboring city of Los An geles, and those of other towns in this vicinity, the business men of Pasadena voluntarily signed an agreement express ing full faith in the financial institutions of this city, and pledging themselves to maintain their deposits therein intact so far as possible; and Whereas, Those who came forward and thus pledged their faith, aided by the press and by the nearly unanimous voice of the community, succeeded thereby in allaying pnblic apprehension, and in in spiring confidence; Resolved, That in this prompt, gener ous and public-spirited act...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WRSKI.T, f—■ : : THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, loesrii D. Lynch, 'amis J. Arias AVERS &c LYNCH, c publishers. SSJ3 AND SSR WKBT SKIIONI) STREET. TELKPIIOM. IM . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week V .20 Per Month 80 BY M All. (INI LCD!Na PosTA'il): Psn-v Hiciiai.ii, one year f* 00 Daily HRf.Ai.n, six months 4.26 Daily Uirald, three months If.US Daily ll«kai.t>, one month .SO wmtKt.Y m i.kai.o, ens vest l so Wfhsiy II siiai.d, six months 1.00 Wkf.ki.y HIIALB, three months BO Illusibatki) HsKAi.n, per copy 20 Entered at the pos'.efflce at Loi Angoles as seooad claw mall msttea ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers ol sit delinquent null subscribers ♦o the Daily llksai.h Will be promptly 'il-eon tin I hereafter No papers will bl sent to subscribers by mall unless thesmi* have been pad for In advance. This true is Inflexible 1,. P, Kisher, ii -wspapir advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Kxehsngc, Hau /renciaco, Is an • uthtirlsrd agent. This pavier Is kept on flic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARiIER; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 79. OUR GREAT SALE - O F" — 4 CHILDREN'S SUITS ► 18 STILL- ON. We are selling more now than ever before Don't miss the chance we are now offering. Ii?™; 10 Per Cent. Discount. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS On our entire stock, and will keep up our * Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBERG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE. CHINA CLOSETS Id many sizes and patterns. Made either lor the corner or for tho side of tbs room, SIDEBOARDS In endless vailety and all prices. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES We have them round, oval and square. In all sizes, and as cheap as 75c per foot. More s patterns shown now than ever before. BUFFETS. A large line of pretty designs. CH A IR S In tne groatest variety, In Cane scat, Wood sost...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

2 monetisation ol silver. Most emphat ically Ido not think it is a knock-out for silver in this conntry. On the con trary, 1 think If congress does not adopt some measnre looking to a bi-metallic standard it will make a battle of stand ards the coming issue of this country. This battle will disrupt political parties and cause a contest between the com mercial centers and agricultural districts of the country. The free coinage of sil ver is demanded by the laboring classes, and this is what the free silver men now demand of congress. "The demonetization of silver is a conspiracy between the banking insti tutions of England and the eastern por tion of the United States, and tbe sus pension of silver coinage in India is part of this conspiracy to bulldose the con gress of the United States to the adopt ion ot a single gold standard. I do not believe they will succeed. If the Demo cratic congress standH true to its pledges this conspiracy will not sncrewl. "The low price of silver is du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

POMONA. A Southern Paclfle Request Withdrawn. ' License Ordinance Passed. Pomona, June 28.—The city council met in regular session last night at 7:30 o'clock; all present. Alter tbe report of certain committees asking lor farther time, which was granted, a note from* Col. T. J. Wilson, on the part of tbe Southern Pacific, was read, asking for the withdrawal of their filed petition for a franchise down Res ervoir street. The company had about closed satisfactory arrangements with property owners down the property line east of said street, and in due time he would present another asking for right of way across the proper streets to cover said route. The request was granted. The ordinance regulating licenses in troduced by tbe city attorney June 13, was then placed npon its third reading. Several remarks for and against tbe clause taxing a $1.60 license per quar ter upon private boarding houses and societies where meals are served for pay were made by Messrs. Goodwin, Cogs well, Coyle ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD fIATLV aisk traißLTi THE OFFICIAL OITi PAPER, josxni D. Lynch. James J. Aybks AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. •sa and ears wkst (second btrxkt. TELEPHONE ISA SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT CARRIER: Per Week • .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL IjNcLl'niNi, PoStAOl)! Daut herald, ens yea* V> oo Daily Herald, six months.. *.2» Daily Herald, three months. g.jtt Daily Herald, one mouth .SO Weekly I'ebai.o, one yesr 160 Weekly llehald, six months ... l.O') Weekly Hebai.o, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered al tbe poa'.oflloo al Lot Aogulcs as secoad claw mall mst< II ANNOUNCI-MI-NTS. Tbe papers of nil dtllß*Jttent ir.sll subscribers to the Daily He ra i n will >i- prompt!) discon tinued heraa'ter No nepers win be sent to subscribers by mail unless tbe same have beeu paid for in advance. This rule 1" indexible. !.. P. Fisher, nowspn per ;<dvertlsinti agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Sas fienisteoi is an authorised agent. This paper is ki pi on file In his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

SHE MUST STAY ON HER BED, Or Eles She Will Lose the Use of Her Legs. A Btrangre Story from San Gabriel in the Courts. A Young Woman Who Thinks She Will Die tr She Doe's Not Keep Her Heels Higher Than Her Head. One of the oddest ruses Judge Clark has had before him for some time was partially beard in his department yes terday morning. It was in connection with a petition by Mrs. Kellogg of Claremont to be ap pointed guardian of her daughter, Miss Lottie Kellogg, who has been residing for two years past at San Gabriel at the house of Mrs. Maggie V. Plummer. About three weeks ago the Hkhald published an account of an ineffectual attempt by Felix F. Viok to procure a marriage license from the county clerk's office for himself and Miss Kellogg. The office had been notified by Deputy Dis trict Attorney Satterwhlte not to issue any license, because the petition to have the lady declared an incompetent had been filed. Mr. Vick waß very much chagrined at the turn affairs took, but was oblig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

6 J 1N« ADVBtRTISBMKMTe. x X • The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your X.- x W TT W A NN ■ TTTTT SSRR W TV W W AA N N N T S 8 WW W W A A Nil T I WWWW AA NNN T S WWW TV AA NNN T SKSS WWWW A AAA N N N T S WW WW A A N N I T s W WA AKNNT 88 W W A A N ■ T 88SS Is through tho etietified ad columns or tuk 111 i:\'l It is cheap, brings uiiiok returns, and plsees the advertiser In direct communi cation yvlth those he yyishes to reach. COO L A R NBo wSSv II EFTII KKE DDI) COL AA D v "II F 11 F, I) I) O L A A B K8„ n SS- II K» II KR I) D 0C L AAA v 2 H 'J " 11 X " " OOC I I 1.1 A A B BS R "HS* II F 11 EP.KDDD A DDI) t, P.KRTI-IT K SS, AA I) OL X T 2 AA I) DI, FR T "SR„ AAA 1) n L E T v 2 A A DDI) 1,1.1.1, KICK I "SS 8 Inserted In the columns of Tur. Hr.RAi.n at X x 1 fj CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. «?I.(K> PER LINE PER MONTH, j Special rates for a longci period. X x Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do yvell to ad vertise ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

YOU'D BETTER CHERISH HIM. There are husbands who are pretty. There are husbands who arc witty, "There are husbands who In public are aa smil . ir.g as the mom; There are husbands who are healthy. There are husbands who are wealthy. But the real angelic husband—welt, he's never yet been born! Some for strength of love are noted. Who are really so devoted Flat whene'er their wives are absent they aro lonesome and forlorn; And while now and thon you'll find ono Who's a talrly good and kind one, let the real ansfellc husband—oh, he's never yet been bornl So the woman who Is mated To the man who may he rated Is pretty fair shonld chortah him forever and ,c a day. For the real angelic creature. Perfect, quite. In every feature, to has never been discovered, and he won't be, so they say. —Cincinnati Commercial Gazette A LUCKY RUSSIAN. In the heart of tho Ural mountains, rhich divide Siberia from Russia, stand he largest sheet Iron works in the unl rerse. Owned and managed by the Rus lian g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather llnrean. Report of observations takou st Lot Angeles 7nne2B, 1893: Ime. I Bur. jThenUFTm 0a. m. 29.no! 73 I 63 J p m. [29.82 71 5f 9 0 Clear. Clear. Maximum temperature, 82. Minimum temperature, 53. Indications. Forecast for Southiru California: Fair weather; stationary tomperatnre; westerly winds. Undelivered telegram at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. June 28. 1808, for C. H. Elliott. The Arcadia hotel, at Santa Monica, will open with a grand ball Saturday night, to be given by the new pro prietor, Mr. S. Keinhart. Commencing at 9a. m. today (Thurs day) 'bnsiet will be in waiting at tbe corner of Boyle avenue and First street, to carry all those wishing to attend the exercises at the Sistera ul. ... on Boyle avenue. Personals Mr. S. Zorbol sailed, for Paria from New York on the 23d innt., on tho steamer La Tottraino. Joseph I). Bedding, the Southern Pacific attorney, is dov\ n from Ban Fran cisco and is stopping at tho Westmin...

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