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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 February 1893

... FRANCHISE. ■An Pacific Obtains Bg-Sougat Privilege. Vil Adopts a System of Hsfaiicpd Water Bates. A Kebuke Offered to the Fire Commis sioners—The Assistant Building; Inspector—Reports of Officials. The councjl met at 10:15 a.m. Absent, Mr. Gaffey. The minutes of the pre vious meeting; were read and ap proved. MESSAGE FROM TITE MAYOR. The mayor returned a message in re ference to defacing telegraph and tele phone poleß. This was referred to the bo%rd of public works. REPORT OP THE CITY CLERK. In tho matter of the proceedings to widen Bonnie Brae street from First Btreet to Arnold street, tho report of the commissioners together with the plat of the assessment district was filed Janu ary 20, 1893. On January 25, 1893, the notice of the filing of said report and plat of assessment district was pub lished. February 25, 1893, time for pro test expired. On January 27th protest of John Charters against the confirma tion of eaid report was riled. On Janu ary 28th protest of Fred Eaton e...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING. ; The most direct method of reaching tho • public and making known your ♦ sfc WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS WWW W AA NNN T 8 S WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T S ,WW W W A A NNN T SSSS WWWW AAAA NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T S W W A AN.NN T S 8 (WW A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The Herau*. It is cheap, brings quick returns, * and places the advertiser in direct communica tion with those he wishes to reach. 000 L A B SS SS SS S II FFFII EKE DDD OOL AA S 6 3 *II F II F, D D Q L A A II FF II XX D D IOL AAA s ou ?II F 11 E r> n OOOLLLLA A^SS^^S 8 II I II ERR DDD A DDD L KEKTTTTqSRo AA D DL X T C * AA D DI, EE T *SS a AAA DDL F, T « 2 A A DDD LLLLKKE T B SS B Inserted In the columns of The Herald at & # j 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. ! $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. i ; Special rates for a longer period. * * Persona wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do welt to ad- Tertise in The Herald. BPEOIAL NOTICES. S M Tli E PI?FN~E ER...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 February 1893

... TRADE. Review. Being active in B ffling the as a Here "■■gtaus were iffl *elired lVj s-jfl > fVper M-ffß HBi.. was to clos it... iifafjH BW ™" in °1 Per cent. The only to show any > ■ -jrkr-, 1 strength were New England and itorthem Pacific pre ferred, each of which closed with a gain of 1 per cent. A final drive at Reading leit it 2% per cent lower for the day. The bears attackeu Central Electric, and it closod ~\ percent down. Other industrials sympathized with this movement. Government bonds closed dull and firm. MONEY O.OOTATIOITS. New York, Feb. 27.—Money on call, firm; closed oflered at 3fflS;per cent. Prime mercantile paper— per cent. Sterlli'g exchange—Qniet but easy; 60-day 'bills, $4.86; demand, $4 BSJV STOCKS AND BONOS. New York, Feb. 27.—Closiug quotations were as follows: V. S. 4s. regular.. 112H North .American.. 9ii Do coupon 11 2H Northwestern lll'-i tl. 8. 2s, regular.. 99W Do preferred 14414 Pacific «s 105 N. Y. central los% Atchison 31J4 Oregon impt 19 A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 26, 1803 ». m. p. m 43 57 MB W Max. tern., 60: mm t»m.. US. Rainfall for the past 24 hoars, .02. Raiufall for Ihe reason, 17 47. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; southwesterly winds. The Mission society exhibit closed last evening. The exhibit v.-as largely attended day and evening during the past week, not only by tourieta, but by many of the city's residents. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, cor ner Main and Court streets, February 27th, for Charleß Farrell, Mrs. Eva Ouastafsou, Than Kelly, Mra. Lida L. Owens, MiBB Helen Birmingham, Irving W. Hart. Lewia Robie, Jesse Stone. Notwithstanding the fact thnt it wan Monday night, a large throng of people Went to the Simpßon tabernacle laet evening. After the usual introductory meeting and prayore the Roy. Isaac Naylor preached. He vividly described the pit of sin. There will be meetin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER, WARMER, WITH WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 20. We Are Strictly "IN IT" With Our Fine Stock of SUMMER CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. They Are the Right Style, Right Fit, Right Make and Above All the Right Prices. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., N-W. CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. If You Wish To See Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let up show you the many beautiful furnishings in oar several departniente—such as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. . i CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! , COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. y MEYBERG BROS. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FKH. 18, 1893 GRAND SILVER tff EDAL 001 - SILVER MEDAL fas. CBPM " ,MO,IHC,t VTTT?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

2 building,* uiodelof architecturalbeauty. In the main building tbe display* are being rapidly placed in position and in elnde the skeleton ol the mammoth whale; boats of every description, (ram ■ rude canoe hewn from a tree hy Alaskan Indians to the trim sailing smack ; vast cordis of dried fish caught in Norway waters, and lish prepared in every conceivable manner. In tbe east wing are HI squaria containing every form of fish and animal lile possible to obtain. In the center of the building workmen are constructing a huge aquar ium from which arises a mound ol rocks; here fresh water fish will live. Around the sourt adjoining the rotunda a glass eq'tar mm is arranged for the reception of al most any number of fish of every variety Kvery species of fish, from the half vegetable formation found at the bottom of the sea to the most active species known, may be seen. All the exhibits have not yet been received, and many in in the building are not unpacked. Tbe indications in the build...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

PASSADENA. The Paving Matter to bo Acted Upon today—Brevities. , PasadeSa, April 30.—At tomorrow's meeting of the city council, the report of the citizens' committee upon the question of paving material will be heard, accompanied by a petition asking that tbe bid which has been received be rejected and that the matter be more fully investigated. It is a most peculiar Circnmstance by the way that but one bid should be received on a contract in volving something like $75,000, and for this reason if no other, the council Would most certainly be justified in ordering bids rejected, even if no change is to be made in the specifications, i The suggestion made at the meeting of the citizens held Friday evening, that advertisements be published in journals of wide circulation was cer tainly a very sensible one and the prop erty owners would reap the benefit. A letter was read on Friday evening from * San Francisco firm complaining that no publicity bad been given the matter, 'and stating th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAII.V AND IfSSBtT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER Joseph D. Lynch. James J. ayes*. AVERS 66 LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, «S8 AND SiSfi WEST SKt'OKD BTKrWT. TKLKI'HONg ISO. * . —— —■— — SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CABRIIR: I'M Week 8 .20 Per Month §0 BY MAIL (InnMiDlKn Postaos): liailv Hkkami, one yeux BS 00 Pa i.y HitnALii, six months 4 28 Daily hE«A..r>, three months 8 to Daily HanAi.D. one monih BO weekly Heuai.h, one year 1 50 Wkkki.y Herald, six months 1 00 Wkkki.y Hkbami, three mnn hs.. — 60 iLLcsTaiTsn iierau>, par copy WO Kntereil at the postoffics at Los Angeles as second clasi mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all de lnqnent mall subscribers to tht, o*l ,y Heha d w 11 he promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will oi sent to subscribers by mail unless tho ssrae have hren paid for In advance. This rule i Inflexible. I. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising sg.nt,2l Merchants' Stxchauge, Ban Francisco, Is an Authorized ageut. This paper is kept on (lie In his of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

LOS ANGELES GIRLS AS MODELS. tjuite a Number of Yonng; Women Who Pose. They Get Well Paid and Overcome Their Bashfnlness. One of Them li Always accompanied by Her Mother—The Posing a Hotter Of Paot Proceeding —In tho Stadlo and at Homo. A HuRAfD reporter with artistic pro clivities started out the other day in an endeavor to find if there were models in this city. He was somewhat in doubt at first as to the possibility. His sub ject was the nude, and although he was well aware that the professional model was an easy person to obtain in the larger eastern cities, yet he had no idea where to find the necessary female in Los Angeles. Inquiry, however, at the art schools and from one or two artist friends elicted the fact that there is a number of young women, probably half a dozen or more, in this city who made it their business to pose, either in tbe nude or otherwise. The model at home. The women who earn their livelihood In this manner are perfectly respectable, and in many cases ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

6 ADVERTISING. • The moat direct imthod ol reaching tho : public and moklng known your W W W A >X f TTTTT JWRS W WW W A A N N N T R S \V \V W H A A N?n N 1 S W W W W A A N N N T S WWWW A A N R N T SBSS WW W\\ AAA A N N N T WW WW A AN IS N 'I' „ ? W W A ANNS T H X W W A A S NN T SKSR Is through the rlsssified ad column* of Tnr. HntAi.n, It It chertp, bring* quick returns, and places (lie advertiser in d I reel communica tion with those ho wishes to reach. two i. a a ss KK sso 11 i n it vf.v. nnn 00l AA 8 S S 811 t 111 I) I) CI, A A "«S. Ns. II II II M 11 I) oOh AAA X £ s ill V II X It D 000 LLI.LA A SS SS II I II II I HDD A ni)D I, KKSTi rr , AA 1) I) 1. r. T S. _ B A A l> D I XX T SS S Inserted In the columns ol Tin: IhitAiKat j 8 CKNTH PKtt LINK I I.lt DAY. ! : fl.oo PER LINK PER MONTH. : ; Fpeelal roles for a longer period, : Persons naming situations, help, or wishing 0 rent, bay or sell properly, will dv well to ad vertise In TBS II una in. OFFICIAL CITY PA PER. BPICUIAI. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

IT IS A CITY OF AMBER A BEAUTIFUL BUT DESERTED PAL ACE IN NORTHERN INDIA The Wonderful Palace Gives Evidence of the Barbaric Splendor Enjoyed by a Noble Race of Hindoo Ring's Who Lived long. Long Before Modern Times. The renowned and now deserted city «tf Amber, in northwestern India, flour ished with its countless thousands of in habitants and untold wealth and splen dor in the time of tho Ptolemys. i It is situated in a mountain nook, about fire miles from the present city of Jeypoor, and is one of India's jeweled possessions for antiquarians. The great Amber palace is built of solid red sandstone and variegated Jey poor marblo and inlaid with costly gems. It has stood for centuries as it now stands, upon an elevated mountain Blope overlooking a picturesque lake nnd sur rounded hy steep and rugged fortified peaks, with tho walled and long since doomed and ruined city below. The palace is a masterly structure of Hindoo architecture, solid and secure, yet ornamental and beautiful, E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Iturcan. Reportof ob'eivatious takm at Loi Anael.s, Apr! 3u, 1S03: time. I B»r. iTlior HH'm WM i:00» m 30.00 48 HO IS E i.00 p m. 129.051 09 I Otl | W Vol 2 ''tear 5 i.Ueftr Ilaxlme.in temjf&raturc, ':■>. Minimum temperature. VI. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather, warmer; westerly wind". A new opera company has been formed, and will give Sullivan's gay opera, The Contrabandists, nt tho New Los Angeles theatsr on Monday, May Bth. Mr. and Mrc L. Wilheim ara receiv ing the congratulations of their numer ous friends upon the arrival of h young daughter at their home, KIT, South Main street, who is already known as There sis L. Wilheim. Mother and daughter both doing well. The youngster on making its appearance tipped the beam at eight pounds. MEMORANDA. Jerry Egan will remove Mnv Ist from 106 N. Main street to 127 S Main "ttr-et. Mr. Egan has kept one of the moot popular cignr stores in tbe city at the place just mentioned for several years, and his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

I w »■<»»»» >■ TODAY'S FORECAST. POR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ■ ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH : ER; SLIQMT CHANGES IN TEPM ! PERATURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 21. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. m HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. —THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER SUITINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 S. Main. St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBRRG BROS. if Wish To See Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let as show you the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—such as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very tine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. ft LOS ANGELES FDRNITORE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. J^^™ ■ ELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. IS, 1893' GRAND SILVER MEDAL .iWraW"- CTT "17"H?'D ri/TtT'Ti A T FOR MORr Alt fistic specimens of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

2 officii,!*; then the Duke of Veragua and i party in five carriages, followed by Thomas F. Bayard, embassador to 1 Great Britiffn; Major-General Sehofleld, Admiral Gherardi, Governor Altgeld and Mayor Harrißon bringing up the rear. Down Michigan avenue, cheered by thousands who lined the curb, clattered and rumbled the cavalcade; turned into Grand boulevard at Thirty-fifth street; into Washington park at Fifty-first street; from the park info the midway plaisance, now a medley ol all nations, and from it into the great white city aiid to the administration building, where the ceremonies of the day were to take place. THS IWAnOITRAf, CKRKMONIHH. Passing through the building, the no tables came ont upon a platform at the eaet side,' looking out upon the grand plaza and court of honor. The plaza was black with people, the whole scene form ing one of the most remarkable and en chanting in history. Already the of ficials and invited guests not in the pro cession were seated on the platf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

PASADENA. A Big Talk Over the Paving Question and the Opening of Bid* Postponed. Pasadena, May I.—The city council rooms were crowded when the meeting was called to order this afternoon with President Pro-tern Lukens in the chair. The paving question was the drawing card, and the audience certainly sot their moneys worth, for three solid hours were put in discussing what is the better material for a pavement base, asphaltum or cement. Captain Simpson fired the opening gun for the cement basis men, in a short speech in which he stated that tbe members of the citizens committee and tbe parties who had interested them selves in behalf of good streets, were not obstructionists, but were on the contrary heartily in favor ol going ahead at the earliest possible moment con sistent with economy and permanently paved streets. The captain was followed by Mr. Mil ford Fish, chairman of the citizens committee. Mr. Fish read the report of tbe investigations of his committee, practically the same...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELRSII BR ALI) D%IXY AND IVBUKI-Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER Joseph D. LtMCH. J a >t f s .!. Anas AVERS 66 LYNCH, PtlllLlsnKßS, ■23 AND 525 WK»T HKCIINIt STREET, TBLKPHONS 15H SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARKIZR: Per Week » •2 f> Per Month 80 BY MAIL (ißOMrntKa PosTAOg): Daily Hep.ai d,one year .$9 00 Pa ly Hrrai.ii, pis months 4 10 Daily i ksa. v, ihroe months. it U Daily Hiiiai.k, one month SO Wfrxly Hskald, one veer 1 00 ns.KB.LY llfiiai.d. »ls months 1 OO Wrfkly llits.ai.n, three mon lis.. .. 60 Illvstratsp Herald, per copy... HO Entered st tho i«>u>fflc<i st Los Angeles as second elas, msll matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all de liKpeiit m ill subscribers tothefiii Li Hkca i. \v li bf. promptly discon tinued hereafter No papers will De senl to Subscribers by mall unless the same have been paid for In advance. This rule I Inflexible, L. P. Flahor, newspaper advertisl ig ag nt.'il Merchants' Kxchansv, Han Francis, ». 1. an authorized agent. This paper Is kep...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

THE FIGUERDA STREET PROTEST The Council Postpones the Los Angeles Street Matter Again. The Tannery Matter Vigorously Pro- tested Agaiuat. Wr. Gaffey Aiks Mr. Watson a Few Per tinent Questions as to the Duties of a Street Superintendent. April Bills Approved. The city council met at 10 a. m. yes terday, President Tised in the chair and • full board present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap proved. THE DONEGAN TANNERY. Mr. Horton, attorney for about 220 signers to a seven-foot petition, appeared before the council with an ordinance which he wished to have adopted by the council in defence of the city's healtav He said that a manufacturing city was greatly to be desired, but there are sev eral kinds of manufactures that are offensive in the residence portion of a great city, such as Mr.'Donegan's tan jnery. lie read the ordinance drafted by him. Mr. Innes moved that the city attorney be instructed to bring in an ordinance. Mr. Nickell moved to amend ,by reference to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

6 "IJUNTER'S TEXAS TAmXIEsTi xN BE ni: XI talned Rl the lollowing places: Hprlng and Second, First and spring, Junction Temple and spring, front of Gcrmanla saloon, Mam -1 Wnr Bfgn indicates our «s I~s li. ll- vuo •venue. Don't be Imposed upon by tmltatora. Buy the genuine nrtirle at tbr above locations WO ara the originators of tin genuine Trxaa latnalca lv Angi 12-14 lim 1 I APTV X A P.N, ril! I «'N\ I 111 il ualist, will s)«.ak in Illinois Hall, corner of Sixth atlil Broadway, Fi Iday and s nlay, May 6th and 6th. All ministers reqin led to be present. All seats free; everybo,l> wel come. The ralib- and electric cars pass the door. . Bong service al 7 ::«). Bubjei 1: The Scc •nd Coming of our lAird nnd spirit mil 1 in. _ v 5-2 2t N OTICE—TH X 1,03 ANG ELES I Til' W \TER conit>any will strlcllv enforce ihe following rule: The hours for sprinkling are he I ween fl and 8 o'clock a. m. anil 6 and 8 o'clock p. in. For a violation of Hie shove regulation Hie water will U'shut off ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stack Exchange Review. N«w York, May I.—The day was one of great depreaalon and considerable excitement at the stock exchange. The bearish feeling was very pronounced al the start and found ex pression In repeated raids en the leading sharea as the morning wore on. The drop In prices, which was quite severe, especially in i the industrial group, was due id various causes, prominent tmebg them buiug the sudden and altogether unexpected announcement tbat the Rational Cordage directors had decided upon an Issue of $2,900,000 additional preferred ■took. Common stock broke BX points to 49;<, and preferred 4»4 to 99;<;. The failure of the Bank of Australia and the suspension of an important house in Llverpaol were said to have unsettled the London marlret and the poated raten sterling exchange were raised to $1 SOU and $4.H9W. At the same time money jumped from 6to par cent, sll of which had a demoralizing eff ct. Ainwloen sugar de clined 3?„; Atchison, I*.; Cotto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 May 1893

8 BRIEFS. Weather Korean. Report of ot>,or vat. out taken at Lot Angeles, May 1, 1803: Tlm« I Btr. Tlior. KB'm Wd ft',00*. m |b0.O2 48 89 N t 6_oo p im i:to.oi> 68 ..i '-v 4 I'llmr 4 ICJlwr Maximum temperature, TL Minimum temperature, LU Forecast for Soulii.-ni Oallfornla! Pair weather; alight chaugtM in teutpjratlire] west erly wluili. Mr. Andrew Muller and tho secretary of the chamber of commerce, composed the membership committee yesterday afternoon. They seen red I.new names. William H. Young, the ex-policeman, has by some hail his identity confounded with William 11. Young, the mac who was arrested as concerned in the death of Irene Manslield. A marriage license was isstiml yester day to .lameg T. Buckbee, aged 27, a native of Ohio, and Annie Jane Brattl gam, aged 17, a native of Pennsylvania, both residents of Norwalk. Among tho valuable marcs burned to death at the great tire atGallntin,Tenn., on the 13th., was (ilenloch,own sister to Guenn, the best mare ever bred at I...

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