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

a*.,*,-.— «... "HE fIILES TRIAL. ROIE NKW AND SENSATIONAL EVDENCE INTRODUCED BY THE PPJSECUTION. BLOODY POKER CHP FOUND BY CHIEF GLASS, VOh. XL. NO. 24. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. ——THB MOST COMPLETE LINE OF— -$i SUMMER SUITS {£- •—»-FOR ■ MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. cry^alTpalace, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT GLBARANCB SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG BROS, if You Wish To See Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show yon the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—Bnch as you cannot see elsewhere. We navevery fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. nS ™«^ TED HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FIB. 18, 1893 GRAND SILVER MEDAL iSS^Si^ 0^ SILVER MEDAL r^°% u &? BP ™ U ** B 09 "i™**- SILVER MEDA...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

2 EXCITEMENT IN WALL STREET. The Bears Make a Terrible Raid on Stocks. Industrials the Principal Fdiut of Attack. Three neary Brokerage Firms Forced to Assign—Rrgnlar Panic Among the Stock Hoard Op erators. By the Associated Press.l Nbw Yohk, May 4.—Stocks opened feverish and excited this morning under tbe Influence ol rumors about further failures. The credit of three leading banks was attacked, but in every case it was known that no truth was in the reports. The feature at the opening was a further break in National Cordage. The stock commencing closed at 37 yester day ; this morning it opened at 87, bat almost instantly (ell to 28. Preferred which closed yesterday at 78 bid, opened at 78 and broke to 73. There were further liquidations in Sugar, General Electric, Cotton Oil nnd Atchison. At 10:15 the market was very ragged. Shortly after opening the market was thrown into a panic by the announce ment of the failure of Henry Allen <fc Co. and B. L. Smyth <fc Co. Liquida tion...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The Examination of Jam Marcu* for Shooting lonnj Pettit. " Pasadena, Cal., May 4.—The pre liminary hearing ol Juan Marcus, the Mexican who shot young Pettit of La Canada yesterday, came up in Jub tice Lawrence's court at 11 o'clock this morning. Capt. J. D. Yocam was appointed by the court as counsel for the defendant, and an interpreter was secured, as the Mexican cannot understand English. Through him it was learned that the Mexican's name was Marcus Dallantine, although he has always gone by the name of Juan Marcus. A plea of not guilty was entered, and /the prisoner remanded to jail until 10 'o'clock tomorrow morning when the evi dence will be introduced. Lorenzo Martinis, the Canuck who was with the Mexican at tbe time of the shooting, was also brought up on the charge of being an accessory to the as sault to commit mnrder, and his ease was postponed until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. Hall, the gentleman upon whose ranch the shooting occur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD 1.A11.Y ANI> WUr.KI.Y THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPHR. |OsnU*l I). LIKCH. JlMltS J. AYSRS. AVERS & LYNCH, publishers, 533 anl> »s5 lyk't/ssconii ntrbst, telkthonk. 180. MiIISCKIIMION KATES. BY CARRUB: Pi-r Wees • .80 Per Month SO BY Mall. (In bOMMO PostaoK): liaii.t Hunst.n, "ne roar f'«l I>a l.v BkRALD, 111 months 4 85 Daily k«a ,o, three fnafltbs. li 'i* Daily Hrkai.e. one mon,h 80 Vi KitklY Humi.n, one year 1 50 WtKKLY HmtALO, sis nlo 'ths 1 00 Vi SKKI.Y HhHAi.n. ihre" nn,n lis ftO H.i.ii>TS.T>t> HaaAi.D, per cupr. '-m Entered ai ih- |,nu iSte i at Lol Angelas as second cl*v mail ssa'ter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Th» pspr r« of .ill de Inn, unit m ill mtiiorlliera toili. iui.v llriia ii w it be proiaptl/ dteootl* flnned heresft r No pap-ii will n" sent to aub'cilber. by taall nol»-«~ ih»> same have b*on Bald for In advau»>,. This gals I luflszlMs, L. P. FMhsr, newspaper ad vortlsl sag nt,!il Merchants' Kx< nanfi. Han Francisco, Ii nil •vi hurl ta...

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

A STRICTLY NEW BIT OF EVIDENCE Witnesses Testify in the Miles Murder Trial. The Prosecution Produces Some New Evidence in the Case. ft Bloody iTnry Poker Chip and a Bunch of Key. T>|.covered by Chief of Police Glum -Slow Enmlu- tion of Witnesses. One ol the exhibits in the Miles mur- Jer trial yeeterday was a hammer. It is supposed to be the weapon that slugged George Miller into the sleep Of death in May, 1881. It was handled by counsel in an indifferent sort of way, and as much time has elapsed since the murder, that the blood stains alleged to have marred H have become faded. Never theless it excited considerable attention from the spectators. The defendant sat by Mr. Pritchard of Albuquerque, both silent and attentive, and Mr. Miles, who has an impediment in hearing, had his left hand to his ear in a listening attitude most of the time. The prosecution was characterized yesterday by deliberation and the exam ination of witnesses was prolonged. The first witness was (ieorge Ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

6 SPECIAL KOTICEIL^^__ UNFITS IIX \' T\M \! ' - • »N I-:- ' I' lalned at the following places: Spring and Second, First ami Spring, Jum-tlon Temple antl spring, front of (loruianla saloon, Main st. Onr sign Imllcatea our address, (lis llellevuo avenue. Don't be Imposed upon by imitators. Buy the genuine article nt the above location*. We are the originators of the genuine Texas tatnalealn Los Angeles. 13-14 (lm OTTCE-TIIB-LOS ANUKLKB CITY WA TER company will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours fur sprinkling an Let ween 8 end 8 o'clock a m. ami (I nnd H o'clock p. m. For a vlnlaMon of Ihe nbove regulation Hie water Will be slrul off and a li f *2 will lie charged before the water will be turned on again. * 1 ' " (OIMENT SIDKW' M.kX lit SI Ml-.SI IT nuKM j and reservoirs, Ac per fool, Plastering, brick and cement work repaired. DENNIS MA Di li AN, 401) San Pedro st A-5 1 m TTNCLK SAM WINE CELLARS K. FLEUR. U Wholesale ami Uctnll. Sonoma ami Napa dry and sweet. wim«. Brandi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. Naw York, May 4.—Wall atreet was itartled •oon after oneolng by the failure of Henry Al len Si Co., a house which because of Its ram 13 eatlona In Chicago and other weatern cities has commanded a large patronage and exerted an Important Influence of Chicago. Almost alm nltmeous with thli announcement came the failure of B. L. Smyth Si Co., and later the iua peuston of Schuyler W almoa wbb made known. All three concerns owo their mlafortuuel to the remarxable decline in National Cordige nocks, of which tbey were heavily long for customers who failed to rerpond to calla for ad ditional margins. Throughout 'he day theie wererumuraof other failures impending, and biokers aod speculators were kept in a Btate of trepidation md excitement by fear of further calamities Liquidations were on a wholesale i ode, mi Intense exoitemont prevailed as va rious Bros sold their holdings and a perfect avaian. he of stocks came upon tbe market. The diop in price...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Korean. Report of observations taxeu at Los Angeles, May i, 18981 Bar. «. m 2f).Br> BR 04 p m. |29.*» 02 7B Maximum temperature, 78. Minimum temperature, AS. Forecast Sat Southern California: Fair weather; warmer lv the oxtrcmo southern por tion; westerly winds. Fr.ee industrial legion monthly enter tainment and address by Prof. W. C. Bowman this evening, 208 North Main Street, There will be a club run of the Eaat- Side Cycling club on Sumlay next to Millard's caflon at 8::>0a. nc. Meet at Clnb rooms. There aro undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, for Margaret Bunch, E. J. Ivallright, Mrs. Joe Oruikabank. "A Subscriber," who writes to the Herald for information about Miss Georgie Woodthorpe of the Park theater, and tbe company, should address that actress or tho manager of the company. Walter G. Smith, formerly eJitor of the San Diego Hun, is now managing ed itor of tbe Hawaiian Star nt Honolulu. The Star ...

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

A GHASTLY WITNESS. THB SKULL OP THB VICTIM IN THE niLES t fIURDBR CASB PRODUCED AS EVIDENCE IN COURT YESTERDAY. VOL. XL. NO. 25. I SELLING AT ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF I SUMMER SUITS <w FOR MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. \ MULLEN, BLUETT I GO., CONNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTALS LACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. IV WATCH OUT FOR OUR. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG BR^OS. «, :?■' ■ ■ 11 ,'■ ,n\ ., sjj ... - ——„;■■ —■ .t, "i. ■ ■"T. , :, , ,r: 11 1 •■js'-r "t: "■ : ■■ .'i - xa. ~.1,1... - '.v. jl i : —» If You Wish* To See oomeiijuxAg Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns ihow yon the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—such as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium good*, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FORNITORE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. DNl^^^™, HELD IN MECHANICS PAVILION, SAN FB...

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

2 Union. The absence oi further failures bad a reassuring effect. At noon the market was firm and advancing. WILD FLUCTUATIONS. After noon tbe battle slacked off a trifle in intensity. There were spasms of riotona bidding and selling, however, for a time, then action became more rapid. Rarely, if ever, in tbe history of the stock exchange were euch wild fluc tuations witnessed. One of the largest houses, on the street was said to be in trouble and certain to fail. HKAVY FOREIGN IIUYEBH. While this condition existed, dazod brokers were throwing over their stock regardleei of price, and foreign houses were quietU picking up divideud pay ers. It ia estimated that up to noon London's purchases aggregated fully 60,000 .share*, consisting moßtly ol St. Paul, Louisville and Nashville and Wa bash preferred. This increase in for eign exchange caused a drop in sterling rates to $4.80@4.86, hut money con tinued close ut Hi" 12 percent. The confidence displayed by foreign ers canned home operat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. aTnan Marcus Held to Answer for As sault to Murder—Note*. KPasadkna, May s.—The examination ■Marcua Dallantine, otherwiae known jm Juan Marcuß, charged with assault ftth intent to commit murder, came up ■p— — ——. — , on a postponed hearing in .luetics Law- Fence's court at 10 o'clock thia morning. Previous to the hearing oi Joan's case, the Cannnck, Lorenzo Martinez, waa brought up to plead on the charge ol [ being an accessory to the crime of aa keault with intent to commit murder. A _»»lea of not guiltr waa entered, and ft.Se hearing of hia case postponed nntil I thia afternoon. ' The court room waa crowded with in terested spectatoro when the principal case was called. Judge Utley waa pres ent to represent the people, while Cap tain Yocum looked after the interests oi the defendant. During the course of the trial, the gun need by Juan, a double-barrel shot gun, waa introduced aa evidence, also the clothes worn by the bay, which were full of ahot h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AUD WBIKI.T THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jnsr.ni D. LYNCH. JamlS J. *«««. AVERS &, LYNCH, PlTflLlrillßßS, BBS AND 32h WEST BSSCOKD STKEKT. TELEPHONE l. r >o. SUBSCRIPTION KAILS. BY CABBIES: Per Week. • .2° Pur Month 80 BY MAIL (IxcLCDirto Postaus): Daily HvnaLD.nne roar 8?H 00 Da ly Hihai.i,, six months 4 2fi Daily i »»«.■>, three months. B '■"> Daily HsnAi.n, one raou.b 80 W itsk i.y H sua i,!>, one rear 1 GO Wsski.t Hkkai.d, six ronn'hs 1 00 Wisely Hrram), three mou hs ftO iLLcsTRATsn Hanal-n, per copy SO Entered at the postatßoe at Loa Anieles as Seoond'ClAS. mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all dellnqnent mall subscribers in the Daily ll'.ei n w li bo promptly dlsoon tinuod hereafter. No papers will oe sent to aubacrlbera by mail unleaa the aame hare been paid for In advance. Thla ruio l< :,flexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advartlai SI agent, 31 Merehanta' Bxchauaje, San Franelaoo, ia an aulhnrliad ageut. Thla paper la kept on Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 May 1893

A VERY BAD SMELLING SKULL. Interesting Testimony in the Miles Murder, Trial. How the Bloodhound* Followed a Scent After the Murder. Pr. TVoldon Ask* tha Protection of tha Court, Claiming; Mr Hhlnn'n <Jae»- Uoai Insulting—The Blood Stains on the Keys. A portion of Qeorge Miller's skull gave witnesses and council occupation yesterday for tbe greater part of the day in the Miles murder trial. The balance of the time was occupied by expert testimony as to the stains on a bunch of keye and ivory poker chip discovered in tbe cash drawer at the Carlton saloon, and those found on the blacksmith's hammer with which it is supposed Miller was murdertft. Dr; E. Ellis, who analyzed portions of the stains on the hammer after tbe murder, and found tbem in his opinion to be blood, wae examined still further yesterday morning by the defense on cross examination when court convened. He was examined as to the properties of the blood, and the advance made in science in detecting the difference be tw...

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

6 ■raoiAt. TIOUTER'S 'J B\ \P TAMAI E8 CAN UK OR* XI tainod Hi the follow Ins places; Spring ■md Sit.nut, First and s;pri nic. Junction Temple And Spring, from ol Gcrtminta saloon, Main st. Onr sign indicate* our address, 1(18 Hellevue avenue. Don't he imposed upon by Iml' nrs. Buy the genuine article nt tin- above locations. We are the originators ol the genuine Texas tanailes In lm Angelea. 1" I'l Om *kroTicK-fiiK i<>s angeles <n v w \ i Kit company will strictly en force Ho - t'ol lowing rule: The hours for sprinkling aro between 0 aud 8 o'clock a. m. ana V ami s o'clock p. in. For a vlolaiion oi the above regulation the water w ill be shut off and a lino of ifl! will he charged before the water will be turned on ■fain. s-17 tf .OKMFNT SIDEWALKS, R\M 'HAT floors ■vV andreservolrs.Oc per font. Plastering, brick and ceno'iit work repaired. DENNIS MADI UAN, 4t)t) San I'tilrn st. 5-5 I in TTNCLE SAM WI N E CELLARS. E. I'LKI'R. I U Wholesale nud Retail. Sonoma ami Napa dry an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. 1 » _ MOSEY QUOTATIONS. BlarT.n.G?V M,y . 6 '- Mol, « *• «™8" w,;«t. to * opor ceut: tlused * CJ?, 8 -™"^; papcr-R-as per cent, bills is?s..7'' h 7 ufse-sie»dy; banter.' (today * ' *t demand,*l.Bs tole g N r.^ie^^. C 0• M ° 7 6 "HKgM, «i HTOCIS AND BONOS, Wer"«Tono ; ;. M * T S - U "" la 8 <l»ot»tloni U <i n 'i!,. ,eK H2V(!North American.. R« doeoupon .....HgS Northwestern . ..108? P.ms .• resul " I 9t,, '» do preferred....ll2', ffr,?" ( " N. Y. Central 104'J '? on '„ 29-}» Oregon Imp. ..... 17 American Hx 115 Oregon Nay 85 Amor Cotton Oil. 3SI» Oregon Short Line 12 Burlngto,, 80',,! Paclflo Mall 18>4 Canadian FaclUc. sic, i'uilmau Palaoo.. Canada vo uhern. 52 'leading 25V Ceut-a Paclflo... 2(1 Rlehn.ond Ter.... 0% 1)0!. A l.m knwanal lir -ip, Grande Watrn 20 ■KfJ..' *" v 52 do preferred ... f«U fi»"H«™ S2H doaraia 71) Illinois ».entral... 09 Rock Island 771-i Xauaas.v Texas.. 21 V, it. Paul 79H j*"*™ 120. It. Paul Si Omaha 44U Lead...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angelea, May 5, 1*93: Im*. Bar. Trier. RH'm W'd Vol 3 a. m. 29.80 B5 ) p m. 29.89 88 Maximum temperature, OR. Minimum temperature, fit. Forecast tor Southern California: Fair weather: warmer: westerly winds. Two alight shocks of earthquake oc curred abont 10:30 Thursday night. They were so slight as to be scarcely no ticeably noticeable. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, for InesTwingwestaud M. 1.. Hates. The monthly meeting of the "King's Daughters" will be held this afternoon in the parlors of the Ist M. E, church at 2:30. A full attendance is desired. A marriage license was issued yester day to Anthony O'Hara, aged 33, a na tive of Canada, and Rosa Harney, aged 27, a native of Ireland, both residents of Loe Angelea. The Ix>e Angeles cricket club will meet to practice and elect officers for the coming season tomorrow, at 2:45 p. m., at the grounds, co...

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

A DUEL INTERRUPTED. TWO SPANISH-ArtERICAN EDI TORS TRY TO SETTLE A DISPUTE ON THE FIELD OP HONOR BUT ARB STOPPED BY THE POUCB. VOL. XL. NO. 26. SELLING Al ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF— SUMMER SUITS If- FOR MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT GLEARANGE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG BROS. * ' If You Wish JL U UtJU Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns show you the many beantiful furnishing*, in onr several departments—such as you 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. HBLD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893 GRAND SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL OTT T7"T7 V T3 H/TT7 , T» A T *->r mo vt a ktistic specimens llpstr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

2 THE STOCK PANIC SUBSIDED. Speculative Excitement in Wall Street Cooled Off. Business Again Quieted Down to Its Normal Btate. Vo Farther Failures Facts Which Led to tha Collapse of tbe Cordage Trust Comlog to Light. Financial Notes. By the Associated Press. 1 New York, May 8, —Snecnlative ex citement cooled during the night and operators came to the stock exchange this morning with steadier nerves. After sleeping over the matter they saw how the foreigners yesterday, under the smoke of tbe engagement, made way with a bagfull of dividend payers at bargain-counter prices. Hence it was tbat active stocks, both railways and in dustrials, opened strong, % to 2., per cent higher. Cordage rose }■£, to IX%, then receded to 20. American sugar, which opened np at 81, quickly fell to checking the rising temperature. Fifty minutes after opening, the market was qniet and weak, bnt not so excited as yesterday. Throughout the first hours busi ness presented a striking con trast with the panicky f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A Grand Larceny Charfre That Did Not Stick—Local Event*. Pasadena, M,ay o.—The case of James Smith, charged with grand larceny hy getting away with a bag of money con taining some $250 in gold from 8. R. Brown, a North Pasadena saloon-keeper, came np in Justice Merriams court this afternoon. Jndge Utley represented the state and J. G. Rossiter defended the prisoner. Considerable evidence was introduced. The prosecution failed ut terly to make out a case, and upon mo tion of bis attorney, the defendant was dismissed. A civil case was up before Justice Lawrence today in which A. E. Baldwin sued W. S. Ritzman for wages alleged to be due him for conducting an ice busi ness. J. D. Hubbick appeared for the plaintiff and Captain Yocum for the de fendant. The evidence was both lengthy and contradictory. A decision was ren dered in favor of defendant, the costs being paid by plaintiff, AT THE CHURCHES. Rev. T. G. Brownson, president of Mc- Minnville college, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HERALD BAtXT AND ffSRKI,Y. THE OFFICIAL. CITY PAPER. hirr.ru 1). Lrnca. James 3. Ayers. AVERS Sc t-YNCH, FTJBI.I-iHKRB, BS3 AND 8«S fftSf KICDSDBTRIKT. TILCPHONK 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY OARRUB: Per Week „ • .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (In ludino Postage): Daily hr <i ■ one year f*j 00 Da ly HfcKALD, six months 4 23 Daily • r.' .t > three months '2 23 Daily HertAi.r,, one month HO Mekki v . i iu. one veer 1 00 Tttxxj.v llF.itiLo, six months 1 00 Wekki.y Hksai.d, three mon lis 50 lLLUfTrt»Tir> Herald, per copy 20 Bntered st the pnuomne at Los Angeles aa Koaisil c)as< mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ihe papers of all do Irtq >cut mall subscriber, totht Dai y Heisa n w Ii be pr inaptly discon tinued heresft- r No paper* will De aent to (Subscriber* by mall unlea* the same hare been paid for In advance. This rale I inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertlHlig ag nt, 21 Merchants' Kxehango, Han Francisco, m an authorized agent. This paper in kept on file Itt his...

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