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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: PaIRWEATH ER! WARMER, ACCOMPANIED BY NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 35. NOTHING LIKE Mullen, Bluett & Co. s Tailor-Made Clothing IT FITS CORRECTLY. IT IS MADE RIGHT. IT IS IN POPULAR STYLE 9. IT IS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. ONE PRICE TO ALL. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner 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 CIMM SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG if You Wish Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show you the many beautiful furnishings 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. HKLD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, END...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

2 sanctity of an oath. He would not touch npon the wisdom.'lie policy, oven the justice of the art. These questions were for tho political, legislative and executive departments of the gov eminent,, if the ait were within tlieir constitutional powers,and it would bo out of place for the court to inter fere. What congress had done had not boen to provide for any detinition of crime in the act nor to provide any pun ish merit. It provided that the persons j in question should be pent nut of the i rountry to the place from whence they came. It provided not for the adjudica tion ol a crime, but simply for the re moval of persons who«e presence con gress considers inconsistent with the public welfare. It must be remembered that Chinese cannot be naturalized. Doubtless they are entitled to the se curity and safeguard guaranteed by the Constitution and laws in each meaeare as they provide, but there was nothing in tbe constitution or laws which im pugned the power of congress to com pel th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The City Oonncll Fixes Upon a Cement Base for Paring—Local Happening*. Pasadena, May 15.—The city council met in regular session at 2 o'clock this afternoon and were greeted by a crowded houße. The paving question held the boards for a good portion of the afternoon, al though there was considerable other bußinesa transacted. The citizens' com mittee, by ita chairman, Mr. Fish, was on hand with the much-talked of pe tition, and the cement basis men carried the day with flying colors. The petition, which was sigued by property ownors representing a total of 4,318 feat, a clear majority of 1,000 feet, read aa follows: We, the undersigned owners of prop erty situated in, and fronting upon tbe Btreets to be paved, viz., Raymond and Fair Oak avenues and Colorado street, would respectfully represent that we are in favor of a six-inch Portland cement cpncrete base or fpundation and a two inch surface of either bituminous lime rock or asphaltum of best qualit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DA'I.V ANl> WBKK I V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER JoaXTH~bTi7Y!ICH. JAMAS J. ATKBJ. AVERS St. LYNCH, pyßUSßias. • S3- ANI) SS6 WB»T'HKCON» HTRKBT. TELEPHONE* lftO. .•M HSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Pet Week * -J O . Per Montb ..» 80 cv MAIL (lacLnmsa PeitAs*): liaii.y llkhai.l), one year $8 00 Daily Hkimlii, six month* * Daily II t:mi 1,, three mo tbs 2 » Daily Hiti Ai. ■. one month SO Wki-kli II «■ i », one year lot) Wkkkly Usual i. »U raoii'hx I 00 WliKi.Y Hi : li>, three months go lLi.i:.-ni»TKi) Haa ALU per ropy. 20 Entered at tho postoffice at Los Angeles as Second rlsss mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The psp'TS of nil dallun.ient mail > ihscrlbers to the Daily Hkkald will i>« promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will •« M'Ut to inh.erl tiers hy mail un'f'i the smne lm v.- been paid lor iv advance. This role Is in flexible. L P, Flihcr, nowspaoer urtvertlslrii: ngent, 21 Merchant*-.' Kxrhansr, !>sii Francisco, Is an autborlifd agent, this pap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

SOME OLD TIMERS ON THE STAND A Sitting Here of the U. S. Court of Land Claims. testimony Being: Taken in the Fam ous Peralta Land Grant Case. The Taking; or Depositions from Resi dents or £.09 Angeles—A Cnrlons Romance Back or the Case. Some Reminiscences. Mention was made in Sunday's issue ,of the Herald, of tbe taking of testi mony at San Francisco in the celebrated Peraita land grant case, before the United States court- of private land claims. Yesterday Justice Joseph L. Reed, chief justice of the court, convened court at Loa Angelea, in one of the rooms of the old district attorney's office in the Lanfranco block, on North Main street, and took further testimony during the day, on behalf of the peti tioners. The government was represented by Matt G. Reynolds, United States attor ney, the petitioner by James Addison Peralta Reavis, husband of the claim ant. The court is now merely taking depo sitions in the case which will be tried at a later date. Tbe testimony yesterday was of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

6 ADVKWIMHO. * * ■ The most direct mcOiod of reaching the public and making known your ; ,> * • WW A TIN N TTTTT SSBS_ W WW W AA N > N T H 8 • www a a Sun th W W *V A A N N N T S S yj y# A AN K.N T BBSS It through -I.'"' claeilAed ml columns of 'i*)\r. ItRKAin It X' cheap, bring- quick returns! an<l places the advertiser In direct communlca. tlbn with those •" " " h UCuIxLLA A s ss s "ss" »•» » II EBB PUP A I)l)l> I. KKBT:™I'Tn ss s Ag BL g- | Inserted in the columns "I Tnr IlKitAJ.n nt * tit t> CKVIS PER LINE r*R DAT. fl.oo I XX LINK PER MONTH. Special rales for a longer period. : Persons wanting situations, help, oi wlshii X to rent, Imy or sell property Will do well to ai I vcrtlse lit Tid Hkbald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, "j SPKOIAI. IfOTIOBft. NEW KB A— MK 1 I •> -' \j st 20S N. Main street, where Hie society IliiW hopes lo provide Its llictenslng audience wiih seats fur all. Morning «•,. >•.•«••.• meet ing nt 11 n'elouk; subject "Should revs Maku Treiittes Wiih...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

HER FIRST RUSSIAN BATH IVELYN MALCOLM, THE WRITER, GIVES HER EXPERIENCE*' She Had a Good Time and tV»s Perftctly Satisfied—A Nlco Place to Nibble Sweet meats, Gossip and Be Drowsily Happy. Sighs to Be Primitive. tSpecial Correspondence.! New York, April 27.—My first Rus sian bathl It was one of those languid Spring days that seem to make one's vi tality 0026 through the finger tips. Even In a thin spring gown I felt uncomfort ably warm while walking up Broadway in tho morning sun, but that was noth ing to the hot, dry draft which blew against my face as I entered the hallway of the substantial mansion on a spacious side street, luxuriously fitted up with Russian, Turkish. Roman, electric and sulphur baths. After receiving my oheck from the clerk in tho hall I went down a quaint, carved staircase to the Russian baths on tho lower floor. ! As I lingered in the rug strewn pas sage way taking in this first glimpse I saw a girl coming toward me. She was one of the bath attendants, and ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Htirean. •Settof obiorratlons taknu st Lol Angeles, 15, 1S!»3: lm*. < Bar. Tber. KH'm|W'il Vol III. m 29.00 fl8 87 | W 1 » p m 30.00 04 71 I W 6 Maximum temperature, 71. Minimum temperature, 67. Forecast for Southern Oaliforntai Pair weather: warmer; north to west winds. The Electrics would like to hear from •ny nine in tbe city under I t years of age. The young Angels or Rosedalea Preferred. Address Kdward l.ovie, 80<> . Olive atreet. Among the recent big real estate sales on Spring atreet is the transfer of Dr. Eli Fay to Mr. Harris of the London Clothing store, 80 feet between Fourth and Fifth streets, (or 14,000. Undelivered telegrams at the Weaiern Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streetß, May 15, 18113, for 8. C. Stevens, A. R. Frames, 0. W. Crocs, N. W. Blanka and Mr. Vincent. Mary Chambers was yesterday granted a divorce from Joseph P. t'ham berß by lodge McKinley on the ground of failure to provide. The miuor chil dren, a boy and gi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. .Don't Scold About washing powders. If you AT*>. )/ jfeel like it, it's because you haven't )*f *r^)///Jo jgot the right kind. Get Pearline, -»v <Z' kand see the difference. Pearline S / yV***"- Ihas been imitated — but I /** I never been equalled. f^iL^\/^^7// I// A There are all kinds of imi- \tf \ \ 111 \'/ Ik tations; powders that save 11 y/ IM. work, but ruin clothes ; 1 ! ' / / ///W^bk powders that don't hurt, *Vs-*»\ r\ l/M\\ and don't help you ; pow- JymJ I V .ders that are cheap to begin Ay* W with, but dear enough in the end. s^^«^s<^^ Try them all for yourself, if you "'~ won't take our word for it. But don't get them mixed up in your mind with Pearline. SiPtl H Ped <l ! ers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as "or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, and it „1_ if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline, be honest— A DdCK send it back. 31» JAMES PYLE, New York, f THE AUCT...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

10 FROM THE MOUNTAINS rWO POETS WHO DRAW INSPIRA TION PROM LOFTY HEIGHTS. fttey Tlew Ufa us lt Ii Keen In the noaklea, oi l V, rito About BUn Who Are Types of Western Chstrartet — A. Strange ftegleet of Nuluro's (.liarina. The poets of the mnrmt'iinr. are not jret •Insaiflod in theUuiti l tint :, an ivcn tnoae of tho lalcn school in Fnglainil, the highUtrid hards of fe-cotLand or other local singers. At f.rst view it would •tern very remarkablo that airiitl tho glnriouH ecrin ry uf tho Ituchy uitmu taius tho rsiets should treat of men rather than nn tun-, yet it is a fact that to the pooteaw'a rathor than to the poets do we owe tho Cm at touches on n.itnre'B BtblimHy, Miss (Sarah Carmiclmel (later J!rn Williamsiiu), the fait Lake pott Wrote of ihe mmmtaiiis and the grmit iolt sea near hor lbimo in lines of wild and wonderful boattty, os In her p I called "The Origin of Uold" she Kild how— The Fruleii One look-id on t he curt !i and nneorott **1 can guess,'' aaid he, "why Oixl hi fcu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. fltnck Rxehtnge Kevlasr. ttgw Yorb, May 10 —Ths atc-ck market apened unci or a uload, owing to the deprcased oondltion oi th* London rnarget, bank fallurea in Auatralla, embarrassment of mercantile and banking concerns in thia country and talk about heavy exports of god. Price* declined •harply anil there waa heavy pressure to sell. Rallies occurred at lnterva.t, but the market failed to hold the advauoe and Ihe renoverles only served to mag* ihe bo ra more acgrestlve. when the delivery hour came and no failures had been announced, the aborts took alarm and started to cover. About the same lime lt lt waa reported that Ihoae intereated in the at loual Cordage company heva appointed a com* mtttee to arranges plan of re-organis itiou, and the finances of the concern upon investga tlon were found to be In much better condition than had been supposed. Cordage common thereutum roan BJJ to 10, and preferred jumped 10 points to 4vte. I'he remainder of the liat rhowud adva...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

12 1 FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. I | How Some New Varieties May 1 I Be Obtained. • f The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck jEr Farmers in the East, By special arrangement with some of the leading seed houses of the world, The] also been largely experimented with at the various State agricultural fairs throughout the _4g> HERALD is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. ~~*t «■»— mail or express arc included) a most valuable, lot of FRKE SEEDS. These seeds are T t a ~ . • « „ 7 , . A « j j recommended by gardeners of long experience as. the very best varieties of the P lants r - f Lettuce-In shape, tig variety resembles the White Seeded £ named known. Tbe market value of the products from them will, of course, be greater Glant Com P an y B lettuce > it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more £T than the common varieties now used. It is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

m,*ni„mm\ , TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARMER, ACCOMPANIED BY NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 35. NOTHING LIKE Mullen, Bluett & Co. s Tailor-Made Clothing IT FITS CORRECTLY. IT IS MADE RIGHT. IT IS IN POPULAR STYLES. IT IS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. ONE PRICE TO ALL. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner 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 if You Wish Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ne show yon the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—such as you cannot see elsewhere. We havevery 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, SA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

2 sanctity o( nn oath !!<■ wonld nol touch upou the wie'tom. tho policy, over: tha justice o( the act. These question! were for tho political, legislative and executive departments of the gov eminent, if tlie ait wero within their constitutional powers,and it would be out of place lor the court to inter fere. What congress had done had not be»n to provide for any definition of crime in the act nor to provide auy pun ishment. It provided that the persons la question should be sent out of the eouutry to tho place from whence tiiey came. It provided uot for the adjudica tion of a crime, but simply for tne re moval of persons whose presence con tress considers inconsistent with the public welfare. It must be remembered that Chinese cannot be naturali/.ed. OoubtleHH they are entitled to the se curity and safeguard guaranteed - by the (onatitntion and laws in such measure ss they provide, but there wrh nothidg in the constitution or laws which im pugned the power of congress to com pel...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Tbe City Council Fixes Upon a Cement Base for Paring-—Local Happenings. Pasadena, May 15.—The city council met in regular session at 2 o'clock this afternoon and were greeted by a crowded house. . The paving question held the boarda for a good portion of the afternoon, al though there was considerable other business transacted. ' The citizens' com mittee, by its chairman, Mr. Fish, was on hand with the much-talked of pe tition, and the cement basis men carried tbe day with flying colors. The petition, which was signed by property owners representing a total of 4.31K feet, a clear majority oi 1,000 feet, read as follows: We, the undersigned owners of prop erty situated in, and fronting upon the streets to be paved, viz., Raymond and Fair Oak avenues and Colorado street, would respectfully represent tbat we are in favor of a six-inch Portland cement concrete base or foundation and a two inch surface of either bituminous lime rock or asphaltum of best q...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELHSIIRRALD DA'Lt AMD WBJKKI.V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joaara D~ LtKOH. Jatias J. ayxiul AVERS St. LYNCH, PUBLISKBRS. • S3-AND WHT IKCIIM HTBIBT. TELEPHONE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY OAKKIKR: Pur Week I •IS Per Month . .* SO it JIAjI. (laci.-jDimi roRTAOi): Daily KasAiD, one year ss oo Daily Haaai.D. 11l montha * HJ Daily iuhh.u, three oo tha t 'tr> Daily Hihalu, "no month SO Wi-kt.y lt«KAi.ri, one yenr ISO Wm i.i.i- H(kai.i>, all months 1 01) Wlaai.Y Bibald, three montha. BO lLLit»-rinT«n HEBAU per copy. HO latered at lba pustoftlce at l.oa Angoloa aa second class mall metier. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thn paper] ol nit delinquent mall mirisnrlbers t» ihe DAILY Hkrald will ne promptly discon tinued hereafter.,. No papers will be "cut to ■üb.i-rll»orH hy mail un en the rain'- have boon paid lor lv advaape. This rulo Is Inflexible. I. i. Fluber, iiewspatinr advertising agent, 21 Men-riant.' Kschana-, Han Franc,»co, Is au authorir.d agent, 'lliin paper Is kr]>l on file lv hls.otr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

SOME OLD TIMERS ON THE STAND [4. Sitting Here of the U. S. Court of Land Claims. Xestimony Being- Taken in the Fam onn Peralta Land Grant Case. The Taking of Depositions fram Rml denta of Loi Angeles—A Cnrlona llomauoe Back of tha Cava. Home Reminiscences. Mention was made in Sunday's issue lof tbe Hun ai d, of tbe taking of testi mony at San Francisco in the celebrated Peralta land grant case, before the United States court of private land claims. Yesterday Justice Joseph L. Beed, chief justice of the court, convened court at Los Angeles, in one of the rooms of the old district attorney's office in tbe Lanfranco block, on North Main street, and took further testimony during the day, on behalf of the peti tioners, The government was represented by Matt G. Reynolds, United States attor ney, the petitioner by James Addison Peralta Reavis, husband of the claim ant. The court is now merely taking depo sitions in the case which will be tried at a later date. The testimony yesterday was o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

6 J INK AOVsMITIHINO. * * ; The most direct method of reaching the ; 1 public and making known your 1 * * ( www a int n ttttt ssss W WW W A A NN N T H 8 WWWW A A (II N T 8 I ■WWWW A A «S f T S WAV w W A A N N V T SSSS ' •WW WW AAA A N N N T S ' WW WW A ANN N T 8 . W W A ANN N T Ni X W W A A N NN T URSS la Ihrougb (be classified ad columns of tn Hrkai.d. It ia cheap, brings uniek relnrnsl and places the advertiser in direct eotnmunlOa' Übn with those be wishes «i rench. ] (il l, A sSS. ■«■. B FEEII FUHIIDD ' (11, A A S SS N "ks h II IF I ;F. J > CI C LLI.LA "a^SS 1 * K SS» i! F li I'F.F.IH.d' j a iinn i, HttlTri.sSa A A i> 1> L F, I 5 ■ AA D 111. |E T "SS, AAA D 1) I. E• I v... 5 A AIIDD LI.I.LKKIi 'I' n SH ,, Inserted In the culumns of Tint HKnAtB at < • B CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. Itl.OO PER LINE PEII MONTH. | ] • Special rates for a lunger period. * * Persons wanting situations, Ik dp, or wl-hlng to rent, buy or sell imriierty Will do well lo ad vertise In Tifc Hkrai.ii....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

HER FIRST RUSSIAN BATH tVELYN MALCOLM, THE WRITER, GIVES HER EXPERIENCE. •he Had a Good Ttrao and Was Perfectly Satisfied—A Nice Plaoe to Nibble Sweet meats, Gosalp and 150 Drowsily Happy. Sighs to Bo Primitive. [Special Correspondence.] New Yoke, April 27.—My first Rus sian bath! It was one of thoso languid spring days that seem to make one's vi tality oozo through tho linger tips. Even In a thin spring gmvu I felt uncomfort ably warm while walking up Broadway In the morning sun, but that was noth ing to the hot, dry draft which blew against my face as I entered tho hallway of the substantial mansion on a spacious Side street, -luxuriously fitted up.with Russian, Turkish. Roiiian, olectrio aud . sulphur baths. After reueiviutr my check from the clerk in tlie hall I went down a quaint, carved staircase to tho Russian baths on tho lower floor. As I lingered in tho rug strewn pas sage way taking in this first glinipso I saw a girl coming toward me. She was one of the hath attendants, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau, sport of ohaervatlons taken at i..n Angelet, Jfay 15, 1898: — — : k. m p in. 6-8 64 RH in ~87 71 W W Vol I (Mono ft Oietr. 1.1 Maximum temperature 71. Minimum temperatnre, 67. Forecast for Southern California! Fair weather, warmer; north to west wlnda. The Electrics would like to hear from any nine in the city under I t years of age. Tho yonng Angels or Koeedales S referred. Addresa Edward Lovie, 800 . Olive street. Among the recent big real estate tales on Spring street is the transfer of Dr. Eli Fay to Mr. Harris of the London Clothing store, 80 feet between Fourth and Fifth tweets, for $4,000. Undelivered telegrnuiß at the Western Union telegraph office, corner ol < 'onrt and Main etr c. -, Mnv 15, 180.1, for 8. C. Stevens, V. R. Fraiees, C. W. Crocs, N. W. Blanks and Mr. Vincent. Mary Chambers wbb yesterday granted n divorce from Joseph D. ( ham berß by Judge McKinley on the ground of failure to provide. The minor chil dren, a boy and girl, were award...

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