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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THB DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARMER ACCOMPANIED BY WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 28. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF -2 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. We have positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to the wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. If You Wish , _ « o See Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns show yon the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—snch aa yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FORNITORE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. m^^^^^^ HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893 GRAND SIL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

2 CARLYLE HARRIS ELECTROCUTED Tho Voting: Wife Poisoner Pay* His Debt to the Law. He Retained His Nerve and Protested His Innocence to the Last. Varge Crowds Attracted to the Vicinity •f Sing Sing Prison by Morbid Cariosity — The Kxeentlon Very Hoooetsfal. By the Aiworlated Press Mino Sino, N. V., May B.—Csrlyle Harris, ths young medical strident whose trial and conviction in New York city for poisoning Helen Potts, to whom he had been secretly married, attracted bo much attention, was electrocuted in the prison here today. Not since the first execution by this method, when four men— Slocum, Srniler, Jugiva and \Vood— passed beneath the deadly elec trodes, has such interest been displayed ,here. Throngs of people gathered on the hillside overlooking the gray prison walls, though the only thing which they could hope to see in connection with the execution was the display of a black fiag ( above the tower after iie hud officially been pronounced dead. This morbtd Icuriosity was partly...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Ao Interesting Discussion About Res taurant Hales of Wine and Beer. Pasadena, May B.—The city council met in regular session this afternoon with Trustee Cox absent. Mr. Lukeni was appointed president pro tern. All bills filed to date were referred to the auditing and finance committee without reading. The rules were then suspended and a general discussion ensued upon the sub ject of the present regulations for serv ing wines and beer in restaurants, in a line with the telling article Which ap peared in this morning's Herald. All the oounoilmen were agreed that something must be done, Mr. McQuil ling stating that he would resign from the board unless something was done to remedy the present state of affairs. Mr. Clark was of the opinion that it would be the best thing to go back to the old prohibitory ordinance. Mr. Buchanan, the city marshal, was called in and asked to give his opinion as to what had better be done. He stated that under the present o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WBEKI.T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■ ■ ■ « • — in g JoeXFH D. Lynch. Javfs 3. Ayirs. AVERS cSfc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, B»3 AND «2.% WMT HKCOND BTRISKT. T«L«rHX>Nk ISA. ~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: por Week ..*> -20 Por Month 80 BY MAIL (Inci.unrN.il Postaos): Daily II kk#vli), ono year IPS 00 1)a ly Hii:ai.d, six months 4 Bft lvii v Hkrii.d, three mouths. 2 25 X)a ily Herald, one month 06 Weekly hsiiAi.ii. ono year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months 1 00 Weekly Herald, three mon lis 50 Illi'stratiii Hi RAMI, per copy 20 F.nterec! at the pojlornoa at Ix>s A»(toles as second clsjh mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papoTs of all de.lnqnent mall subscribers fo the Daily llkkaM) w li be promptly fllscon tlnnori hereafter. No papers will do "ent to tubserlbers hy mall unless the same have been paid for in advance. This ruje Is inllexihle. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising arent.,2l Morehanls' Exchange, San Francisco, Is an authorized agent.' This papor Is...

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

ONE HUNDRED AND TWELVE. The Age of Ygnacico Francisco de la Cruz Garcia. He Has Documents to Show His Great Age. The Old-Tlmer Is a Resident of Los Angeles -Me Telle a Reporter Something; Abont Hli Long Career. There is an old man down in "Sonora town" who claims to be 112 years old. His full name ie Ygnaoio Francisco de la Cruz Garcia. That for many years he has laid claim to a great age is witnessed by the figures he has given the deputy county clerks and regularly placed in in the great register of tbe county. He lives at 507 Castelar street, near the corner of Buena Vista street. His hair ie snowy white, eyes deep blue, and com plexion swarthy, evidently being a mes tizo, though he claims to be of pure Castilian descent by both parents. Al most any warm, sunny day bis bent form can be seen in tbe neighborhood of hie residence, aB he takes hiß constitu tional walk with a feeble gait. Ygnacio Francisco de la Cruz Garcia. To a Herald reporter yesterday he showed a paper in evidence...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

6 ADVMRTIBIMO. ; The most direct method of reaching the ; ; public and making known your W W W A m N TTTTT SSSS WWWW AA hSN T S S iW WW W A A N X N T 8 WWWW A A N N N T h WWWW A A NNN SSSS WWWW AAAA N » N T WW WW A A X IS T g W W A A N NN T R.„„,. X W W A A If NN T SSSS is through the olasaltled ad columns ot 'I int Hkbald. It ts cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communica tion with those lie wishes to ri neh. 000 I. A uSS„ R RS„ 11 HII II FEE DDD 0 CI. AA S 5 "II X II r < J? 0 E A A • S SS < S II H'F II FR l> J> ,O_CL AAA c 5 M 2 lIF 1| g »' J* OOOI.LLLA A SS II F )l 1.1.1. HUD A 01)1) I. KICRTTTT uSSo AA DDI. R T «.„ A A D DI. Kit T SR S AAA I) I> I. E T R H A A nut) LMXWI T "Sis' 1 laserted la the columns of IM llerai.e nt ■ 6 CENT? PER LINE PER DAY. : ; ffil.OO n-:K LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. j Persons wanting situations, help, or willing to rent, buy or sell property, will do will to ad vertise in Tur. Hkrai....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

AT SEA IN A SAILBOAT tBATTmNQiFOf. TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS Wlfri ADVERSE WINDS. of a Ship* Crew Undergo n Terrible Experience After Botag 'Wrecked In tho ■ taolflc Ocean—A Brave Woman AVas One ' of tbe Sufferer*. . Peterson of tho .bark Lady iLampßon, his wife and *fise seamen-ar rived in Honolulu in an emaciated'con jdition. They camo in an oponvboat only 98 feot long and reported that' they 'had [been 88 days tossing about On the lPaicirle. [While tho oeotopunts of the. frail osAft mcro not'entirely without provisions Hur ling their long battle with the elements, ithe effects of short commons and lack oi jSleep and shelter were palpably apparent. Mrs. Peterson, who wae Clad in a thin fblacktgown, was Worn nearly.to a shad fOw, and her strength failed her com pletely 'as she -was lifted from the boat land takon intoitbeiEagle-House. The men were snnburned, leaden eyed ■ jand Ustabss. Tlreirbaads drooped, and it [Wfts w4th difficulty that' they conld .be got to:spealt, but Captain Peterso...

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

8 BRIEFS Weather Rtir-an, Report of ornorvatlons taken st I/w Angeles, May 8, 1*08: I I 63 87 », ra p m. hh I *» 2 6 Maximum temperature, HI). Minimum temperature, 52. Forecast tor Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. Undelivered telegrams at Western Union office, corner of Court and Main Streets, May H. 1803: Charles Wild, 2; R. Holman, Herbert Fryer.E.G. Hurst. There are about a dozen representa tives of wholesale undertaking estab lishments in the city in attendance on the state convention of the Undertakers' •JSsociation. The header is a very handsomely Mated and newsy weekly, issued at lied land*, by Mr. Frank Kasson, it well known newspaper man, who bus all the qualifications, to insure success. Coroner Cates yesterday held an in quest over the remain? of Nick Fiorina, found (lend in his bed at Redondo, and the verdict of the jury was that he came to his death by it razor-cut by his own hand, the rur-or having been found in his hand. Information reached t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 12. . - The "Eating"of Clothes ky ff «. \V —the rotting and ruining of them— j vt "~~V Yj won t snow "ght away. Your new t ,\f <L / UL wasn ing powder may be dangerous, V yr y) but you'll have to wait a little for its v\ Y| W results. It is doing its work, though. ' £?y\ f After a while, your clothes go to pieces, I Now isn't it better not to run any I risk ? Isn 4il better to trust to ■/ ti I // i l article like Pearline, which has i /// ' *%y\ 7 een tried and tested and proved? V\4v II vfcJ) Pearline is the original washing V£f 'L ' com P oun d with 15 years of success, Hundreds of millions of packages Vave been consumed. AH the other so-called washing com pounds are followers and imitations of it. (JJ ofl J > Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as" fc3C.liU or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, T"» 1 and if yonr grocer sends you something in place of Pearline, be .PcICK honest— send it bath. 34...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

10 FEW WOMEN BARBERS ti LEARNED CRAFTSMAN SAYS THAT WOMEN CANT CUT HAIR. A roaslble Explanation nf Why n Boy Does Hot Like to Have lIU Mother Cot His Hair—Experience of a Traveler Dispelled by the Frenchman. "Ono of my customers has just como back from Europe," said the learned French barber, "and hn has liern telling me about a woman barber ho met in Italy. 'Monsieur,' ho said to me, 'I shall never forget her. I believe you aro a good barber and havo tho right idea of your mission, but really you cannot hold a candle to her. 1 tell you, sho is divino. When sho put the lather on my face—l had my heard off then, yon know—it was as though my face had been bathed in noctar. " 'When she drew tho razor across my chock, I was thrillod with delight. And i when sho put on tho bay rum and run her' fingers through my hair, ah, then, monsieur, I realized what it is to bo caressed by an angel I Unfortunatoly aho had a big brother who watched her carefully, and so I had little chance to talk to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New York, May B.—The atock market was feverish and unsettled at tho opening. Pricea ran off %®t points, chielly because of the ap prehenaion concerning the ability of certain brokera to pull through. Tho absence ot fail urea finally turu.dthe current oi pricea up ward, and du'ing the afternoon a better feeling prevailed than at any time for a week or more and final quotations were about the best of the lay. Government bonds closed firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New Yobk, May 8,-Monoy on call, easy, \t 3®B per cent; closed offered at 4 por cent. Prime mercantile paper—6®B per cent. Sterling exchange—steady; bankers' 00-day Mils, $4.85®4.85%; demand, $4.87%®4.88. San Kiiancisco, May 8,-Drafts-Bight, 20; telegraphic, 25. STOCKS AND BONDS. New Yoek, May B.—Closing quotations were as follows: 0. S. 4s, reg 112% North American.. 9 do coupon 112% Northwestern—lo9 U. 8, 2s regular.* 99 do preferred.... 138 ■Pacific 6s *105 N. Y. Central 106 I Atchison. 29%...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 May 1893

12 FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. \ How Some New Varieties May 3 Be Obtained. | j The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers--Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck Farmers in the East. 3 «■■ ..«■ ■»!■■' I »- I . , , M ■ I II M . ill ~ i , .. '.Il .— By e6kl arrangement with some of the leading seed nouses of tire world, The] also been largely experimented with at tbe various state agricultural fairs throughout the Herald i ile to give each of its casli subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. mailor'ext ess are included) a most v. luable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are Lo NG -Standing L,ETTUCE.-In sbape this variety resembles the White Seeded rccomnun. ,dby gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants Giant Comp w s i ettU cc, but it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more named kn .1. Ihe market value of he products from them will, of course, be greater numerous . V It y is sl^w to rtm to ...

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

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARMER ACCOfIPANIED BY WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 29. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF— -3 SUMMER SUITS if- FOR MEN AND .BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT X CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. We have positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to the wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG BROS. t_ ■ ~* If You Wish Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ub show you the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—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. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENMNO FIB. 18, 18931 GRAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 May 1893

2 CAN YOU PICK THE WINNER? the Kentucky Derby to Bo Run Todays It Will Not Be Galloped Over a Fast Track. Hz Horses Expected to Start, Mounted by the Crack .fockeys of the Country — Yesterday's Turf Events. By the Assor-lntcd Prow.) Louisville, Ky., May 0. —That classic turf event, the Kentucky Derby, will not be ran over a fast track tomorrow. Three days' rain haa put the track at Churchill Down io bad condition, but the sun came out today and the wind began to blow, and if no more rain falls the track will be fair. In all probability there will be six starters, and they will be ridden as fol lows: Lookout by Kunze, Duck Mc- Oenn -by Thorpe, Linger by Martin, Boundless by George Met/., I'lutus by \. Clayton and Mirage by Isaac Murphy, Which of them ia the best? ia the question to be asked. It is pretty hard ;to answer; not because not c of tbe live or six starters are mud Ltrkl, but be cause all oi them ate more or less fond oi • heavy track. If there were no mud horass in the race...

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

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. the tiqnor License Question Beginning to Boll—A L,» CJanada Bow. Pasadena, May 9.-The question of tbe abuse of the privileges granted restaurant keepers to «erve beer and wine with meal* 1* beginning to boil with muoh vigor, much comment being mado upon the article which appeared in Mon day morning* His*ali> upon the subjeot. In conversation today a prominent city offi cial, who, if any bady is ln a po«ltion to under stand the wholißltuatlon, said: " There can bn no half way ground in this matter, we must either have pflnbltlonor license. As matters stand at present, the police are powerless to do anything, aud we bave practically opin saloons, tbe proprietors ol which are in many cases irresponsible parties and, beiug under no bond, the situation is wotse than If we had licensed saloons, with a •titticlent bond required to guarantee the prop er conduct of tho same. A MEXICAN ROW. A telephone messag > was received at tha police Btation last eve...

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

LOS ANGELES HERALD I>III,Y *Nl> tVItITKf,T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. iMsar-H 1). Lt.Ncn. Jamks J. Ayxkh. AVERS &c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, CSS ANU «•!.*-. WEST SKIM IN II MTKKI'T. TELEPHON.t ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, trr cARiutR: . Per Week $ .20 Per Month SO BY MAIL flsti i.rtUNu Postage*): Ijaii.y DinA.u>,oaa year $8 00 Da i.y IlKi'Ai.n, six months A 25 Daily >km a,i>, tliree months 225 Daily mouih BO Wkrki.y ii sham), one year 1 50 Wsfki.y HaSALD, six month* 1 Oil Wrkki.y EfaaALD, lliree men lis 50 Ij.LtisTaAT.il llkiialo, per copy. 20 Entered nt the postnfnes at Los Angeles as •ennd da*, mull matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The patiers of all de Iminent mall subscriber* nine DAILf il i.i , ii w 11 be promptly illacou tlnned herealti r No papers will De sent to subscriber* by mall unless the same have been paid for In advance. This rule Ii Indexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper ad vertlalng agent,)] Merchants' rtxi nange. Ban Francisco, I* hii authorized agent. This paper is kepi ...

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

MY GOD, HE WAS MY BEST FRIEND Defendant George Miles Tells His Story to the Jury. Six Blue Spots on Blotters, and War ring; Experts. Some Interesting Teste Explained to the Jury's Bewilderment—That Tell- Tale Hammer—Dr. Kannon's Sensational Fit, Once more the voice of the expert has been heard in the courts, and they have clashed with a clash that fills the air With words of more than one syllable and causes the contradicted ones to glare with scientific disdain. It was in the Miles murder trial and it was all about blood stains. One set of doctors said that it required a certain Jtate of affairs to discover whether or not given red stains were blood, and another set of doctors said tbat vice versa was the case, and cast reflections in highly distilled language upon the knowledge of the medicos on the other side. In the midst of the fast-flying medical terms the attorneys in the case shone resplendent in their easy delivery of newly acquired technique, but sometimes ran afoul of a j...

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

6 ADVERTISING. • The most direct method of rcachlngthe : ; public »nd making known your w w w a >n w rrrrr nsbs www w aa *N Nt si WWWW A A Is N N T H WWWW A A NNN T WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WW WW AAAA NNN T WW WW A A N N N T _ S W W A AN N N T 8 8 W W A A N NN T RSKS la through the classified nd rolnmna of The Herald, It l« cheap, brings quick return*, and place* the advertiser In direct communica tlon with those he wishes to resell, 000 h A H SS„oSN„ II n I'll rSEKDDD OUI, A A v v 111-' II F. I' > Q I, A A H K.S*SS„ II ll' II XX ' > 0 01, AAA « 5. jII X II X I> D OOOLIXI.A A Hh MS 11 !•' II Y.V.K •>»»!» A Dl>l> I. I'.KHTTTI S SS a\ 8 !I I: Ek v s a^ AA a Dim" i.i.u.BM t h «k* Inserted In U>* columns of Tne HanAi.Kat S 5 CUNTS PBS MNP. PER DAY. : ; *>i.ihi IKK LINK PER MONTH. : ; Ppcclul rates for a longer period, j Person* wanting situations, hi Ip, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property, will do well I o ad vertise lv Thk Halt ALU. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. HP K...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. Jxvr York. May 9.—The stock .market was erratic tn its movements throughout tbe dsy. Thero were sbarp rallies at intervals, but the tendency of prices wss, !n tbe main, downward, •wing to reports tbat the government crop re poit tomorrow would be most favorablo and the collapse of the Chemical National bank of Chicago, which led (o mmora affecting the ore Alt of other financial institutions of that city. The decline at the start was equal to 3% per cent ln National cordage, 2% ln Sugar and \i ln tbe remainder of the list. Before tho ex< • plratlon of iho flrst half-hour Bugar suddenly roie from 87K to 91, and a sharp rally ensued In sympathy, but National Cordago rumors and reports which were subsequently denied that an application was made font receiver of tho whisky trust, pluugcd the maikct once more into deprestlou. National Cordage nreferred dropped 22 points, common 1%, Whisky 3V-;,. Gent-nil Eleetrio BW, American Sugar *%, Northern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report nf ornorvattons taken at Los Angeles, May 9, 1803: Bar. . nn in .. >■ HS I ■ Utf 18* a. m. p iu. 66 63 1 0 Maximum temperature, 88. Minimum temperature, 54. Forecast lor Southern California t Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. The tally-ho party to have been given on Friday next to the Merrie Wiveß, by Mra. Cameron Thorn, is postponed owing to tlie illness of Capt. Thorn. Mrs. Sophia Wolf rom, mother of G. P. and Henry Wolfrom, died yesterday at 2 o'clock p. vi., at her residence 508 Amelia street, aged 73 years, luneral today at 2 p. in. Undelivered telegrams at Western Union oflice, corner of Court and Main Streets, May !>, 18931 MiBB Lillian Ben nett, D. W. Crow, William B. Panning, Messrs. Todd .4 Hawley, Theodore Tlioman. Mr. Chase A. Cordori of Tin: Hr.nw.u, leaves today for San Francisco. He will atteud tho grand lodge session, Knights of Pythias, |at Nevada City, Cal., to which be is a delicate from Olive lodge, No. 20, K. of P., of t...

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