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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1893

TWENTY-FIVE ACRES INVOLVED. «rY Sensational Lawsuit About Pasadena Land. tthe Complaint Is Against One Hun dred, and Twenty Defendants. Ice Story of the Claim as Reeltod In the Complaint, Which was Filed Yesterday by Burnett and Gibbon. ■/ One of the most sensational land Baits fever brought in the county, involving 25 Seres of land close to the heart of Pass , dena, valued now at $250,000, was begun yesterday in the superior court in this city by Burnett and Gibbon, the well i known attorneys of this city. I The land in question has been divided [and subdivided, and sold off in lots to many individuals, and has all been im proved with the exception of a few lots. , It comprises 75 lots in all, being part *>f the Fainter & Ball tract, called the Fair Oaks Avenue tract, all of Holland's •subdivision, all of W. S. Allen's subdi vision, and all of the E. E. Turnertract. ; If the plaintiffs ehonld win the suit it ,-would take all of Peoria street, about ,teoo feet of New Fair Oak...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1893

6 jjnra advertising. * * • The most direct method of reaching the • public and making known your * WWW A STI S TTTTT SSSS ■W WW W A Nlf g T S S (JW WW W A A Nil II T 8 "WWWW A A N N if T S iWWWW A A g N N T SSSS • I WWWW A AAA NUN T , g iWW WW A AN N N T•' 8 t W W A A N LNN T 8 8 LWWA ANNN T SSSS sils through the classified ad columns of The - H erai ii. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places tha advertiser in direct cornmuni 'cation with those he wishes to reach. ODO L T A oSS s k RSq II FTTH FEE HDD col tuj »: s ni ii k i> d tC L A A H SS, B »vS H II FF II KB D D '0 0t AAA a !„ Slit' II V, D D OOOLLLLA A B SS BO SS S IIF II KEEDDD l A POD I, KEETTTTrSSo !u !) DL X t 8 8 fi DDI. EX T B SSo I AAA t> PL E T s 2 A ADDP LLLLEEE T B SS a Inserted in the columns of Tee Hebald at jk f • 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : 'Jl (1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. j If; 6pecial rates for a longer period. t »»..•« \ Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing ffto rent, buy or sell property will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. JT NBW Y«bk, Feb. H -The (took market today rtwas again under the Influence ot tie gold "movement, and In view of the prospects for the jjjluture connected with that movement it dis played marked strength, though final changes j* Were almost invariably at losses. The street's P distrust of Distillers' financial condition re«ult i ed In a decline from 41J£ to and though a i. late rally of 1 per cent occurred, its final loss £watl%. Delaware and Hudson retired 1%, and extreme declines among Grangers and a few specialties ranged up to 1'A per cent. \ Government bonds closed dull and steady. X MONBY QUOTATIONS. r Nkw York, Feb. 8.—Money on call, firm at fnl)4@ii per cent; closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper— per cent. S Sterling exchange—Quiet and firm; bankers' \-e0 day bills, demand, $4 88. STOCKS AMI) BONDS. ft Nkw York, Feb. 8.—Closing quotations were j,hi follows: ( TJ. 8. 4a, regular.. 113 [Northwestern ...113% W. Docoupon 113 D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. , Weather Korean. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, ,»>ehtuarT 8, 1893. S,n. I T»«» IThw !HTt 'n, 1W» A I v.l, I ft. ra. I p. m 91 97 v.w p. mjov.ioj u«* i f, I oe. i a n louay Max. tern., 55: mm. tern.. 51. Rainfall past 24 hours, .09. Rainfall tor the season, 15.94, Forecast. I Forecast for Southern California: Occa ssional rein, warmer in the vicinity of Los A ngeles: southerly wiuds. The regular annual meeting of the chamber of commerce will be held at Chamber rooms tomorrow at 3 p. m. The Anaheim Co-operative Beet Sugar company of Orange county tiled its arti cles of incorporation yesterday in the county clerk's office in this county. Tbe directors are E. P. Fowler, of National City: Thomas J. Jones, Anaheim; Frank J. Capitain, Los Angeles; S. Lit tlefield and Plez James, Anaheim ; H. A. Pierce, Garden Grove; A. Rimpau, Anaheim. The capital stock is $50,0,000, oi which $375,000 is subscribed. A number of young men of t! .is city have organized a lite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

UT OF WORK THE UNEnPLOYED CAN EAS ILY OBTAIN EnPLOYMENT THRO! Grl THB LINE ADLETS. SEE SIXTH PAGE VOL. XXXIX. NO. 121. Witk LAST CHANCE IS NOW OFFERED! Four 20 % reduction sale i Continues but a few days only. We call par ticular attention to our large stock of MTJLLEN, BLUETT & CO., COR. SPRING AND FjRBT STB. Crystal Palace, THE Bel"!? 6 "' 0 MEYBERG BROTHERS. WINTER HATS? Yes, it's the season for them now, and you are a trifle subsequent if you've drifted along till today without buying . one. If you're headed for spring y^* in that way you must be very \| l * badly headed, even if you aren't c \ bareheaded, and if you happen to 3p \ De baldheaded it's worse still. To wa * t l° n g er ma y make you v£yr open to the suspicion of being ■SJmtlsl thickheaded. The great blizzard inx\r4Q4 X lBBfs happened on March 12th, v*^ K anc * y ou 'H need the warmest kind £ o ** lS *T m» 0 f headwear to reach April in good shape. We have hats left for late buyers. Come and get yours. We're als...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

2 feeedlessly. They intended to build up !tbe states and the people. They re ' sorted to a system of independent aelec •tion and responsibilities of government. „ And so they built up an independence*' of states and senators. Once done, it j was for you and me and all of us; from pthe stormy shores of the Atlantic to kyour peaceful sea. [Applause.] fc ■ So I am proud and glad, whatever dif- Bsferencea there may be in administration (-—although, to look at the platforms lead performances in congress, it would fsbe difficult to pick out which party is Know espousing certain issues. Above Ml, however, the honest duty, as Mr. [Vi hite has said, ia to follow one's judg ement, even if one flies in the face of all |pf you assembled here. If he does not •do it, he would prove to you that you ■bad made a mistake. I have seen the {time when it waa my fortune to vote •directly against the express instructions lot my legislature. feThat once happened in my recollec on to the late Senator Lamar,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

VICTORY FOR THE WHITE METAL. iSilver Men Carry the Day in the JJou.se. the Silver Purchase Repeal Bill Knocked Oat. 1 Test Vote Taken on the Proposition to .Enforce the Cloture Rule Lost. Bouse and Senate Proceed logs. Sy the Associated Press.] Washington, Feb. 9.—lmmediately after tbe reading of the journal, in the house today,* Catchings, Democrat, of Mississippi, called up the resolution of the committee on rules Betting apart this legislative day and (if necessary) the next legislative day, for considera tion of the bill repealing the Sherman ' silver act. Bacon, Democrat, of New York, offered an amendment for a vote on the bill and all pending amendments at 2 p. m. tomorrow, after which no dilatory mo tion shall be entertained until the bill is finally disposed of. In a brief speech he said the silver question should be disposed of here and now. The amend ment was in form exactly like that proposed by Bland last summer and was in substance the same as the rules reported by such...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

4 rXOS ANGELES HERALD , , rUBLISBID 1 — ©EVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D, Lynch., Jamhb J. avers. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. [Entered at too Postofflco at Loa Angelea at Second class Mattw] m DExrvaRED by carriers At 300 Per Week, or 800 Per Month. TERMS ST MAIL, INCLUDINO I'OSTAQB: Daily Hebal», one year $3 00 Daily Herald, six months A '25 Daily Hebald, three months. 2 25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1 60 Weekly Herald, six months. 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per capy 20 Office ol publication, 223-225 West Second Street. Telephone 150. Notion to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all dellnqnent mall subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper will be ssnt to subscribers by mall unless the same have been paid for ln advance. This rule Is Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Franoisco, Is an authorized agent. This paper Is k...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

A SUPREME COURT OPINION. i ———^—— It Settles Some Interesting Law Points. Gonzales Found Guilty of Horse Stealing:. 'ar.onznlen' Naive t/lne or Defense—Notes of Cases Which Were on Trial Yesterday — New Baits on File. Deputy Supreme Court Clerk Seanon yeaterday received an opinion affirming the judgment in the case of the Giant Powder company, respondent, va. The San Diego Flume company, appellant. The language of the opinion is aa fol lows : This appeal le from a judgment ren dered in the court below in favor of tbe . plaintiff. The action waa brought to obtain judgment against a contractor, by a material man, for materials fur nished in the construction of certain works to be used to support the flume of one of the defendants and appellant, and against the flume company, to sub ject the structure in which the materi als were used to the statutory lien of the plaintiff. The caae haa been twice bsfore on ap peal in the supreme court, 78 Cal., 193; 88 Cal., 20. The point made for the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

6 , ■ ■„ , _ JJ mM ADVERTISING. £|C *"% The most direct method of reaching tho ; public and making known your : E WWWW AAAA NN g T . g 4WW WW A A N NN' T ; * 8 FW W A . A N |NN T 1 S 8 i W W Ail( NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The llihald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, •nd places the advertiser ln direct communi cation with those ho wishes to reach. BE* (AA S SSo "SS 8 II FF II F.B D D 'A BDD l 1 KKBTTTT S SS S fXS || | B I *ss" JaßdD liUKKB T B SS B Inserted ln the columns ol The Herald at -"- * S CKNTS PER LINE PER DAY. • ; $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. j )• „ * Special rates for a longer period. • y...«••* «•»»•—•••........•••-•.•..••.•...-.•»•. -if * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing jto rent, buy or sell property win do well to jadvertlse in The Hibalu. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j ■ ... > == (special notices. *L' hereby certify that the bearer, Mr. Charles City, is absolutely and permanently blind. I k'believe that any and all persons who render •hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. New T6»k, Feb. 9 — Transactions In the ftock market today up to the last hour were very moderate in volume When the silver repeal ,bill was lost in the house, thero was a rush to ilsell.andthe early gains wore quickly wiped out in almost everything traded in, and before the close fractional losses in addition were 01 tabli«hed over the entire list. Tie close was active and weak at lowest nrlces. j Government bonds closed dull and steady, ;> MONEY QUOTATIONS, t "N«w York, Feb. 9 —Money on call, firmer; closed offered at 2)4 per cent. I. Prime mercantile paper— i'4CH> per cent. I Slerllngexchange—Quiet and strong; bankers' ■■60-day billB, $4.86!<; demand, $4, 88. 1 STOCKS AND BONDS. ?• New York, Feb. 9,-ClosiDg quotations were as follows: U. S. 4s, regular..113 North American.. 11 ; Docoupon 113 Northwestern ...113Vj >D. 8. 2s, regular. .100 Do preferred... .144 ;Pacifla Os 104 N. Y. C»ntr»l 108*1 Atchison,Topeka. 34 Oregon Inipt 20J.J '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. - Heport of observations taken at Los Angeles, JrWanarr 9. 1893 ■ |V«li IS Bain I B I Rain Max. tem., 58: min. tem., 51. t Rainfall past 24 hours, 1.33. ■ Rainfall for the season, 17.27, j> _ Forecast* 3 Forecast for Southern California: Clear ing Friday: cooler: northerly winds. Edward Jones took a tour among the women pariahe of Alameda street yester day, and later in the day swore ont a warrant in Justice Seaman's court to the effect that he had been robbed of $20. Harry Schoonmaker.whose mysterious disappearance was reported in the Huald yesterday, called at the police station early yesterday morning and stated that he had reappeared, bad not disappeared or been kidnaped, and was in good health, ■ The board of directors of the Santa Gertrudes Fruit Developing company i held a meeting on Tuesday and elected i the following' officers for the ensuing iterm: President, lion. M. T.» Allen; secretary, John W. A. Off; manager, Charles F. Off. The object...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

BARdAIN SEEKERS REAL ESTATE BUYERS WILL DO WELL TO CONSULT THE SUNDAY HERALD'S ADLETS. SEE SIXTH PAGE vol. xxxix. no. m. LAST CHANCE IS NOW OFFERED! Four 20 % reduction sale | X ♦♦ ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ Continues but a few days only. We call par ticular attention to our large stock of MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., OPR. 9PRING AND FIRST BTB. Crystal Palace, SOME OF" THE W L.E^ Xlr ale MEYBERG BROTHERS. WOOTON DESKS. PPjJguaranteed tiroVoWj. re rounded—all have slides on ends. 'I OafWopolished wood built-up writing tables. WiV'Ail have improved automatic locking of drawers and swinging cases. All have the new form of light elastic roll curtains. All are finished in extra fine oil polish, and all backs are finished tbe same aB fronts and ends. All are of honest, substantial construction. All may be depended upon to give absolute satisfaction. We show a complete line of all styles and grades of desks, and a fine assort ment of OFFICE CHAIRS In Cane Seat, Wood S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

2 A DAY'S DOINGS IN CONGRESS. The New Mexico Admission Bill Delayed. Weary Debate on the Car-Coupler Bill in the Senate. at Vet* lo Be Taken on the at easnre Today—Consideration or the in valid Pension Bill Begun in the House. »y tho Associated Frees. WASarNoTON.Feb. 10.—When the New Mexico admission bill was reached on tbe calendar today, during the morning hoar in the senate, Carey did not call it np on account of the absence of Piatt, chairman of tbe committee on territo ries, who was detained at home by rea ■on oi serious illness in his family. The debate on tbe automatic car coupler bill was continued. Cullom, in charge of tbe bill, indicated tbe general weariness oyer the discussion by appeal ing to McPherson who offered an amend ment, to let the bill pass in its present shape, on the assurance that it would be carefully considered in com ierence and made aa nearly unobjection able as possible. The proposal was not accepted and the. discussion went on. Finally, a vote was abou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. The Orange Season at Santa Ana Well Under Way. Pasadena Property Owners Agitated About the Dennis fcuit. strtesln Happening*—The Badlands Olty Council's .nee tins — Pomona Newt*and Personal Matters. Pasadkna, Feb. 10.—The death of one of Pasadena's most respected citizens, Eon. Alex McCoy, occurred this morn ing at the family residence on San Pasqual Btreet. Deceased at the time of his death was in his 74th year. He was beloved and respected by a large circle of friends. He came to Pasadena from Chicago three years ago on account of his health. By profession a lawyer, be won many honors in his chosen work. Since coming here he has been elected one of the members of tbe board of trustees of tbe First Presbyterian church, making many warm friends among bis associates. He leaves a widow and one son, the latter a student at the University of California, to mourn his loss. Funeral services will take place from the residence Bunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HEBALD —— PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avals. AVERS at PUBLISHERS. filtered at the. Postofflce at Los Annies as oecond claBS Matter.] DIXITERED BY CARRIERS At »Oo Per Week, or 80c Par Month. TEEMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING roSTAQE: Daily Hkrai.b, one year $goo Daily Herald, six months 4 25 Daily Hbbald, three months 2 25 -Daily Hbbald, one month * 80 Herald, one year 150 Weekly Hbbald, six months. 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Office of publication, 223-225 West Second Street. Telephone 150. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall snbscribsrs to the Los Anoeles Daily Herald will De .promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper Will bessnt to subscribers by mail unless the Same have been paid for in advance. This rule is Inflexible. A YERd & LYNCH. L. P. Planer, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on file th his offic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

WHAT IT HAS ACCOMPLISHED. The Animal Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. •A Number of Reports Real from Officers and Committees. SThe Secretary and Superintendent Be- Elected—The Financial Condition or the Chamber — What Hsi Been Done. The chamber of commerce met at 3 p. <- to. in their auditory rooms, President 1 Freeman in the chair. |t The directors bad just left a regular r-meeting of the board at which they . had re-elected Charles D. Willard sec retary, and Frank Wiggins superintend ent for the ensuing year. ' The minutes of the last meeting were ■'- then read and approved. The first re- J.port read was that of the retiring presi dent, O. M. Wells, who is confined to : his house by illness, and regretted his > inability to be present. The teport was ordered to be filed and spread upon the minutes, Tnrc president's report. L Mr. Daniel Freeman, the newly elected "'president, then read his report Irom which the following extracts are taken: I have in the first place to tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

6 </£JUI<I ADVERTISING. j ;r*' " * ft <t Th* most direct method of reaching the, j Jfr P»hllc and making known your : IV WW W AA NN N T R B iW WW W A A SN N - T ' s iV* WWW AA N N N - T. s !~WWWW A A NNN 4 T SSSS !*TWW\» A AAA N NN , T j , s ( «WW WW A AN Mi T S V SW W A A N .NN ; T . S 8 j V W A■ AN NN T SSSS LietUroogh tho classified ad columns of The J.Hsrald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, * lend places the advertiser in direct communl- I feation with those he wishes to reach, COOL jar A R SS S s SS s If FFFII F.EE T)DD ,C 01. .- AA B S S II F II R D D (g. t- A A h SSg b SS s JI FF II EE D J) \SxMIIXLA Lt A B SS° 811 F II EBB DDI? A gDip KKBTTTTgSSg A A ODD LLLLBKE T °SS S , Inserted iv the columns of The Herald at CEXT9 PER LINE TER DAY. 1 VkW' $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. j 5«L' Special rates for a longer period. • MH»* -> if | lySrsons wanting situations, help, or wishing "Wrent, buy or sell property will do well to Advertise in The Herald. ■ ~»■■ ..Mm. . » ........

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. New York, Feb. 10 —The Hock market today 'as dull except where the operations of tie Bars created temporary activity. Dealings 'ere mostly professional, and the clo e was rm with changes for the moit part unimpor int. (lovernment bonds doted dull. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Feb 10 —Money on call, easy; losed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper— per cent. Sterlingexchange-Qulet and Arm: bankers' 0-day bills, *i.86',i; demand, if! 88. STOCKS AND BOND*. New York, Feb. 10.—Closing quotations wero a follows: r. 8. 4s, regular. North Amerioan.. 10% Do coupon liajl Northwestern ...313 J. 8. 2s, regular.. 00\4 Do preferred.. ..145 RPactflods 10a N. Y. Central 100% Atchison.Topiilia. Oregon Impt 203* Amer. Express. ..110 Oregon Nav 80 Amer. CottonOil. 471, OreeimShortLlne 21 Burlington 09 v PaciBo Mail 23% Canadian Paalflo. 85% Pullman Palace Canada Southern. 5ti'.„ Klo Or Western.. 22 Central Pactflo... 27te Dopreferred .. 60 IBel.ALaekawana.15...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 February 1893

■ NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 10. 1893. Time. Bar. |Ther. fl:0O a. m. 30.16 55 1:00 p. m 30 181 57 RH'miW'd 100 NaT 91 I NW it.:. ., Max. tern., 00: mm. tent., 53. Rainfall past 24 hours, 0 19. Rainfall lor the season, 17.46. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; cooler; variable winds. Hing Yung wag brought up from San Diego yesterday on a charge of violating the exolusion act. The divorce suit of Mrs. Guirado •gainst her husband was on trial yester day before Judge Clark, behind closed doors. There will be a general meeting of the Psychical society in St. Vincent's hall, on Hill Btreet, this evening at 8 o'clock. All are invited. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, coiner of Main and Conrt streets, Feb ruary 10th : Misa L. 8. Tobey (three), Annie Edward, Mrs. McMichael. fompey Smith, convicted of cutting John Manning with a razor, and nearly Inflicting a fatal wound in hiß ...

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