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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. Some Pointers About Late New York Modes. Descriptions of Late Styls of Fash ionable Gowns. A Pretty Street Oostnme—A Sown for an Invalid—A New Bodlee and a Novel Yoke—Fart of a Trouesesm. Special correspondence of the Herald ] New York, Feb. 19, 1883. V INITIAL illus tration shows a dress of green 1 cloth, with corse let and yoke of striped velvet and full fronts and sleeves draped with old rose su rah. Tbe skirt is of the improved umbrella pattern. It is not trimmod in any way, but a balayeuße of the material should be placed inßide to keep the edge J out. The bodice ? is first cut out in I lining ,ri in an ordinary pattern aud caiefully fitted. Th>j basque ia one and a half iriches long at the front and back, but only one inch deep on the hips, consequently the skirt must be made to fit wellaronnd the waist, to prevent any gaps appearing. The yoke ia of velvet and reaches from the sbouldern to the darts in front, while at the ba...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

10 TURF AND TRACK PRATTLE. The Lob Angeles Spring Meet ing Postponed. Hot Enough Entries in Proportion to the Money Advertised. Tbe Quarter Horae Sharpera Afraid to dome to the Antel Oily The San ta Anita Stable* Said to Be the Prinolpal Cause. On Friday tbe board of directors of the Sixth Agricultural District associa tion mett at their rooms, with a fall board present and President J. 0. New ton in the chair, and then and there de cided to withdraw all parses offered by them for the spring meeting. Jast what were the causes leading op to euch ac tion the outside world does not know, bat it is said that it was owing to an insufficient number of entries to the fixed events advertised by them to close On the 2lst inst. To what cause the alleged deficiency of entries is to be charged, I cannot say. Most people at tribute it to the fact that the Santa Anita stable is now racing in California for the first time in ten years: and that the owners of those wretched and mis erable old "jack...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

A BUSINESS CHANGE. ImMense interests involved m \A CHANGE "OF ACrMINIBTPnVTION. V JDnclc Barn's Actual Kipcutllcurr-s Amount \*D »10,000,000 a Woofc—Hta Transactions , Compared with Those of Caeat Corpora tions—How tbe Business 1» Conducted. I [Special Corrcepond«rtcc.] Jan 10.—Six weeks hence Ihe aoverrrment will "qhange hands." A tow fcrt of manager* will come in and take «*« Ityxp those who «ro how in oorttrol. EFbla » the mifihtieat business transfer the Wsrtd hae over seen. There u?,fiothingelse |lkettanywuerduith6'wtrjld. )S'o otber na- A GREAT OOVEJOrMfiST fifelltlAir. tion has such vast iatsrests. mcasuffld by the amount of money or number of people Involved. f Grerrt Britain would be an exception to this lf alt the opanttions of that empire Wore managed from tbe central seat otgov emment In London, but they are not. Three-fourths of the empire, is colonial, un der home rule, except In certain raattetrs. This is the only nation which docs a "busi ness" every year of 1500,000...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

12 ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS. Gustave Flaubert's Salammbo in an English Dress. Recent Popular Publications of Bill Nye'« Hnmorous Books. Henry Drammond'* Uulqae Address "'The City Withont st Church* and Its Te»rhlnKf.~Notr-« About [by l. bbhymkr.J Lovell, Coryell & Co. are publishing a Tery nice line in the Lovell Illustrated series. One of the later ones just pub lished by them is a reproduction of a , work entitled Salammbo, by Gustave - Flaubert, Englished by M. French Shel don. It is well to call the story of Salammbo the resurrection of Carthage; and ior those who doubt the skill of the magician, as some were found to dcubt when the work was first published, they have only to turn to tbe simple narra tive of the truceless war between tbe . Carthaginians and those barbarian mer cenaries whom they could not or would not pay ior their long services, to see how grand a spectacle has been grouped , about the war which historians regarded i as interesting. Flaubert fallows tbe h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL ARMS. The Progress of the Construc tion of Military Weapons. What Can Bo Expected of Magazine Rifles and Smokeless Powdar. Tbe Prospects for tbo Adoption of a Mew Goa for the United States Army Which Will Be Up to Date. The following interview with an ex pert on the Bubject of new weapons for the army will be found of extreme in terest. Lieutenant Collins ie perhaps the best informed mau in the army on the subject, and bis opinions are nat- I urally of groat value. "The development of small arms," said Lieutenant Collins, General Mc- Cook's Inspector of Small-Arms Prac tice, "hae kept pace with the ad vance in other mechanisms. The history of the final abo lition of the smooth-bore (which performed ita work well during the stirring times of '60 to '(55, simply be cause our adversary had nothing better) and the adoption of the preeent Spring field rifle of calibre .45 need not be re ferred to. Suffice it to say that the gun now in use is about the best of its kin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

14 A REAL GHOST STORY. rJTrJANGE EXPERIENCES OF A SB SptCTa.BL£ BUSINESS MAN. tUrn TUan in tbe Connie of His « ire He fltM Seen the Shade of Ble l>eaa jj.4tbth»r, end Each Time Sho Seemed te Be Trytae to Warn Him of Sanger. things la heaven anil Rrjttna te <he knowledge of a reportet pine by that in an eminently •Sapeesfcljfe house lying between Mud- Bon ama JftfTh avenues, on an eminently Mpajtejh street, a gcrrt4em&n well mown fa bus&ess oirelaß has repeatedly ixparienced w%«t cim h» called, on lack it a better word, vigtoMraig. This the Etor BMBteM, wow tiie gentleman tflrfta nteaerare of bis connection tV* press, Thanksgiving evening, cw»*»»eitiwi tamed on mesmerism Iftd other occult subject*. From talk K> experiment {be step was easy, when im djaoovered that tb* man in ones ten was an almost perfect "sensitive" to Qajmotfo influence. The discovery was probably a surprise to most Of those in the room. The man li perhaps forty-five years old, under the ■Im height...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

THE DEAD TRYST. ta I went by tha harbor when folk were tioefl I saw raj dead lovw in the boat pulling in; fly love ho cmuoaivifUy and kissed my whiten. I*(r head. | And njy cheeks so hollow and thin. iVnd face to face we nestled by the wash of the •j foam, I And bft*r lon* sorrow the Joy it wrb swoot. | eom!>ed bia Joclts of honey with my little nft> ' -«»ir comb. And with toy hands I warmed hla feet. Hie sea fog crept round us as white as the wool. And he lay on the sea sand with his head on my kilts. Ko ntyflit wind broke the silence, nor any I shrieking gull, j In that death white fog from tho soa. Sand then 1 crooned bins over our sweot songa ; of old; I Ocbone. I could not warm him, and never a word he spoke. I loosed my heavy hair then, tbe gray locks ! with the gold, I And wrapped him iv a living cloak. I nevcyflhougut tv ask him the wherefore ho I hail come, ! Or if his heaven were lonely and this earth I so dear; t prayed with eager longing that the cocks ! would he d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 February 1893

16 NEWS OF PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Comment oa Recent Theatrical Events. announcements of Some Important Coming: Attractions. Lilliputian. This Weak—Tha Splendid Calhoun Opera Company Coming. BUI Nye and Bnrbank to I.ertnre. Mr. John Dillon gave a very enjoyable comedy last week at the Los Angelea theater, in a Model Husband. He is in his way aa finished a comedian in methods as there is oa the stage, and Manager Shank will do well with him. A great many people would like to see Mr. Dillon in aomstning better than he has vet appeared in. The writer thinks that he would do well to essay soms of the old English comedies. He could not be, bad aa Dr. Peter Panglass, or 89veral Other standard rolea. A Modsi Hus band ia a funny play, bat is somewhat thin, and crude, as comoared with the classic plays in which Mr. Dillon seems to be ripe enough in experience, and able enough tn art to ecore a success. Richard & Pringlo's minstrels, in their none too brief engagement at tbe opera house early ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

VANDERBILT REGION. A DEAL THAT BRINOS A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MIN ING DISTRICT INTO GREAT PROMINENCE. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 139. I SPRING 1893. ♦♦♦ | | JUST ARRIVED, A FINE LOT OF | j SPRING OVERCOATS! j ♦ We Are Offering a Big Inducement in a $12 Line j MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., ! f COR. SPRING AND FIRST STS. I | : CRYSTAL PALACE, A 138,140, 142 Sonth Main street. 131, 133, 135 8. Los Augeies st. ! The Finest and Largest Crock i cry Store on the Coast. 8 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL We to call yoar attention to our <j elegant and Immense line k f i GAS. ELFCTRIC AND COMBINATION FIXTURES _„..-. : i . I ' U We ,>re R ,Tin< f thls department oar special S' ' -■ care, ai.il xim vi rull o\-<m •-'..oity, wt--svV t \\\ A our piuius tuo two lowest. Sat.'matos fur- WPI MEYBEBG BROS. am ■■■■■ __l——l_. -l; ■■ <iv 'ii.;™ ' a, ■■ , a— Wt ' —I RANCHERS! HOGS WANTED! BY THE CUDAHY PACKING COMPANY, ON JULY 1, 1893, By winch time our packing house, with a killing capacity of 150,000 hogs annually, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

2 DANGERS TO MODERN SOCIETY. Man Part of an Evolving, Grad ually Developing Universe. The Element of Disorder Found in Human Society. A Study of Some of the Sociological Problems Which Confront People Who Think About What They See and Hear. [BT MKS. ANNIE BESANT.] With the growth of thought in our time, and what may be called the deeper view of man's nature and evolution, it has been recognized that man is a part of an evolving universe; that man's growth is a matter of gradual develop ment. It is the nature of come or ganism, gradually developed, passing through various stages, evolving freßh forces as it proceeds, and building itself np more and more toward ideal perfec tion. The growth of that social organism must depend for its health upon the growth and development of the individ ual cells that compose it, and are co-ordinated into the common growth. The great thing that preeees itself upon our attention with regard to the individuals who com pose society is, tbat he seems not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

SPIRITUAL FOOD FOR THOUGHT. , Features of the Church Services of Yesterday. A large Congregation at the Simp son Tabernacle Revival. A Sormnii of a Quaker .Evangelist Thomson ou the Mantle of Elijah -A Flea for Peace* About 1500 people attended the re vival meeting in the Simpson taber nacle yesterday morning. Tbe sermon, which was preached by tbe Quaker evangelist, David B. Updergraff, was one of tbe most powerful and convinc ing yet delivered during tbe present series, and was marked by an unusual lack of the orthodox blood and thunder denunciations, Tbe address was preceded by a solo from Mies Updergraff, whose sweet mez zo soprano delighted those present. The evangelist chose for his text, the thirteenth veroe of St. Paul's second epistle to the Thesßalomans. But we are bound to give thanks to God always for you, brethren, beloved of the Lord, for that God chose you from the begin ning, unto Salvation, in sane tin cation of the spirit, and belief of tbe truth. In the course of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

4 ABVEItriSINU. • The most direct method of reaching the ; ! public and malting known your : * * WWW A M» X TTTTT SSSS WWW W AA fi% N T 8 S WWWW A A KN, J. X § WWWW AA NN,E T S VV WW W A A NNN T SSSS WWWW AAA A X N N T S IWW WW A A N N. N T 8 1 W W A A N NN T S S ! W W A A N NN T SSSS Ii through the classified ad columns of The Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places tho advertiser iv direct coauauui- Cation with those he wishes to reach. 000 l a gSSg s ss s n fffh keb non COL AA £ s " * 11 *■ on C E AA II l-V II VK 1> D {OL AAA a_Bs™B 11 F "1 l> D )&O0 UiLA^s t, SS s S SS S II X 11 KKKOIM> | A ODD L EBETTTT S SS S !AA D PI. X Tu 0 AA I) OL FS T °SS S A^AODD* LLLL EKE T B SS S Inserted in the columns of Thk Herald at t 6 CENTS PER LINE PER PAY. • Sl.OO PER LINE PER MONTH. I c Bpeelal rates for a longer period. Persons-wanting situations, help, or wishing So rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise in The Herald. SPECIAL NOTICE*. A' LriioTiso~!a...

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

THE CHICAGO FAIR. ♦WW ...A NATIONAL CHOfcERA EPI . JDEMIC WOULD AFFECT IT. /' Wt.: E. O. Shakespeare Cites Precedents to Show That We Have Cause for Appre hension-*- lie Recommends the Stoppage of Immigration nod Other Precautions. i [Special acTresnondencc.l RiiladelpiiTA, Jan. 101—Thp necessity tor prompt and cfiecM\teprec<viitlons against chorem tJHj jjear U dependent upon and prorjorfiofiattt'to tho' reality nnd tho great ness; ot the dangeW'-to which this country wllfbe exposed. Wb can.discuss this question reasonably and rlghtiy csttaiatS lt:s taportAnce only by recurrence t» tha past, history ot "cholera in Europe audio the tThifced State*. Rlb an historical fact tbat this country has never suffered from cholera, or had to defend, itself agoJnsfc ati invasion ot this pioguo, except during years when it has prevailed innome qpoirtoT of Europe. It is also indisputable that no epidemic of chol era has over entirely vanished from Europe in less than four to twelve years after ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

6 NEWS NOTES. W»tb«r Bureau. Report of obwratiooe taltsn at Los Antrelei, February 28. 1893 0 a. m. 0 p. m 'Bar. Ther 29.76 49 29 81 SS i llOl) i til ijW'ajVolr I N\V |10 lOlcar Max. tern., 69: mln t»m., 4S. Rainfall for the past 24 hou-K, .62. Rainfall (or the reason, 17 47. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California; Fair Weather; coooler; northerly winds. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, cor ner Main and Court streets, February 26th, for Nathan P. Robertß, G. H. Ad ams, Mrs. Theodore Savage, "Stock" (cable), Jesse Stom. Michael Brophy died at Newhall on Saturday. He was 70 yeara of age, a na tive of Ireland and a Mexican war veter an. He resided at Newhall for the past 20 yeara and leavea three eons—John, William and M. F. Bropby. James Cahill, a San Francisco hood lorn, was brcJugbt up from Whittier laet evening on hie return to San Francisco, Where he had been convicted of petit larceny. It waa found that he wae 17 years of age and net elig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. p «sa<Vena Would Like All Night *** Telegraph Service. Bunday Notes and Local Happenings at Santa Ana. Bedondo Shipping; Matters —A Prize Fight at Anaheim—Anaheim News Occnrrenoes and Per sonal Notes. Pasadena, Feb. 26.—Although Pasa dena long ago took on a metropolitan air und has rightly prided herself upon the many modern improvements which have been incorporated into the city's makeup, both in private and municipal affaire, ehe is still sadly lacking in one important feature, namely, telegraphic communication at night. There ia no way by which thia city can be reached after 9p. m. After this hour both tele graph and telephone offices are closed and all connectione shut. Thiß iB a most peculiar state of affairs to say the least, and one that demands an immediate remedy. That a city of from 6000 to7ooo people should be thus isolated for a period of almoat 12 hours, is astonish ing. There are few of our citizens but have at some time felt the inconv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1893

8 10S ANGELES HERALD AND WERKI/T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Job am D. Lynch Jamf* J. Ayers. AVERS <$c LYNCH, rDBUSHERH. »33 AND WBST MSC >NI) STREET. TELEPHONE 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CAKRIHtt : ~ per Week $ .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (Including Postage): Daily Herald, one year $M 00 Daily H rrald. six months 4 2Q Daily Hkrald, three months 2 '25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Weekly Hkkald, one year 1 50 (J Weekly Herald, six months.. 1 oo Weekly Herald, three mon h<t 50 3LLUbT»ATBD Herald, per copy '20 Entered at the postnfflca at Los Angeles as ■econdclast mail matter, ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail sinner** rs (O the Daily Herald wLi he prompilv di««- m tinned hereafter. No papers wil be tent to '■nbscrihera by mail unles* the same hay*» heeu :p»id for in advance. This rule Is Inflexible. ' L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising anent, 21 (Merchants' Exchange, Ban Francisco, is an 'authorized agent. This paper is kept on tile in :hls office, ' The Herald is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 February 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. j/POR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH TSRN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER AND WARMER, WITH SOUTH WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 140. ♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦<>♦♦♦♦«• I ♦ ! SPRING 1893. | ■ | JUST ARRIVED, A FINE LOT OF J SPRING OVERCOATS! j % We Are Offering a Big Inducement in a $12 Line ♦ j MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., j | COR. SPRING AND FIRST STS. | I : ♦ ♦ ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦» CRYSTAL PALACE, A 138,140, 142 Sonth Main street. -pJL 131,133, 185 8. Los Angeles St. jj The Finest and Largest Crock ffl cry Store on the Coast. i* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tß&* We wish to call your attention to our jSt elegant and ixumeuKe line v. £ I GAS. ELECTRIC AND TT CTMEIKA.TION FIXTURES We are giving thiß department our special fit? care, aud aim to si-it everybody. V are the lov.ejt. Estimates fur- MEYBEBG BROS. RANCHERS! HOGS' WANTED! BY THE CUDAHY PACKING COMPANY, ON JULY 1, 1893, By which time our packing house, with a killing capacity of • 150,000 hogs annually, will be c...

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

2 academy appropriation bill was agreed to. On motion of Springer a' bill was passed continuing for one year tbe pres ent tariff on fine linen goods of not less than 100 threads to the square inch. Breckenridge of Arkansas moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill for the relief of William W. Burns, one of tbe assignees of the interest of W. H. Sibley, inventor of the Sibley tent. No quorum voting, tbe house adjourned. DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATIONS. An Interesting Statement Submitted to the House. j Washington, Feb. 27. —At the request of the committee on ways and means, the clerk of the house committee on ap propriations, today submitted a state ment of the deficiencies in appropria tions during the past five years. It ahows that the deficiency appropriation bill as it passed the house at this ses sion, amounts to $21,209,638 of which a little more than $14,000,000 was for pen sions. The deficiency for 1891, exclusive of pensions, if it reaches the average de ficiency in appropriati...

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

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Proceeding of the City Council of Pasadena. "Burglary, Divorce and Local News s Noted at Santa Ana. iledlands Items—Santa Monica Local Happenings—News Matters from the Lively Town of Pomona. Kedondo Notes. Pasadena, Feb. 27.—The city council met in regular session this afternoon, all members preeent, in the council chamber, in the Hopkins block, and a resolution was passed declaring the White building, corner Fair Oaks and Union streets to be the official city hall, and designating the room to be occu pied by tbe city trustees. An adjourn ment was then taken to the new quar ters acrosß the Btreet and tbe regular routine of business taken up. A property owner on Grand avenue appeared before the board and asked that a resolution of intention to com plete the portion of sidewalks remaining unlaid in front of Mr. Koßenbaum's property be passed. The city attorney was instructed to prepare the resolu tion. The long drawn out license ordinance next came up and...

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

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY, THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jasirn D. Lynch. James J. ayeks. AVERS 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, (S3 AND 235 WEST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 198. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: per Week $ .20 Per Moath 80 >T MAIL (Isclcdino Postage:): Daily Her u.n, one year $3 00 DaTly Hekald, six mouths 4 2o Vail y Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Bkuald, one month SO wisely Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six mouths 1 00 Weekly Herald, three mon hs 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second clss i mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of ail delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Hbrald wlil be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers wili be cent to Subscribers by mall unless the same have beeu paid far in advance. This rule is ir flexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising scent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco. Is an authorised agent. This paper is kept on file in all office. Ths Hsrald Is sold at the Oc...

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