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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEMPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 38. 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 PRICg 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 TOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG if You Wish * tc 'To See r Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows,, ** lis Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show you the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—such as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine (roods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. , LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. nSLD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN F...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

2 LA BLANCHE GOT KNOCKED OUT. \Vi\]y McCarthy n Bettor Man Than the Marine. U Wan. However, the Bent Fiirlit Ever .Seen lv New Orleans. vlii to Have a Larger ruglllatlc tin!' Ilian Coney lalanil anil llta Crescent City Itig Kveiita Arranged. By tha AMortntccl I'rppi.l New Orleans, May 18.—La Blanche, the Marine, and Billy McCarthy ol Aus tralia fought tonight for a $2000 purse In the arena of the Crencent City Athletic club, which was crowded. Both men were In excellent condition. The Marine was about six pounds overweight, for which he forfeited the money posted. First round—L» Blanche attempted to lead with his left, but Mac fa Biped away. McCarthy's clever head and font work won applause. La Blanche forced Mc- Carthy to the ropes and lauded three light lefts on his stomach. Second—Both landed heavy lefts and Mao scored again on the bead. Mac knocked Laßlanche down with a right on the face. Both men missed several blows and were in a heated exchange when the gong sounded. Third—Mc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A Viae for Contempt That Was Remitted. Board of Trade Meeting-. Pasadrna, May 18 -Tho case of the People vb. Howard Tattle, charged with battery, was np belore Justice Merriam this mornlug. The case Itsoif was unlnterostlng, being a clearly proven oase of battery, the defendant being found guilty and paying a fine ot $3. A IHtle side action during the course of the proceed ingß, however, proved deiciuedly Interesting to the few lortuuate enough to be present. During 'he Hearing of the evidence the attor ney for tae defense, J. li. Kosslter, made some Jocular remark to Mr. Arthur, the prosecuting attorney, which did not meet with the approval of tho court and caused a sharp correction from tlmtquarter In which, however, the court be camo rattled nnd addiessod his remarks to the prosecuting attorney. Mr. Rossiter, of corns-?, waa heartily In favor of the opinions expressed aud said so, whereupon the justice fined him $5 for contempt of court, at the sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AI»I» W*KKI.Tt THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, loss™ D. Lymch. Jam«s I. Athi. AYLRB Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHER*. <2.T AND it-, WMHT HKCl»«JI» STBIKT. T.IUtPHUNI 150. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARKIBE: Per Week • -9°. Per Month »*> BY MAil. (Iwcwmmi Postaui): Ijaii-y HitaAi.ii, one year BB 00 Daily Hr.nsi.p, all month! 4 2tt Daily Hfualli. tnr b no tha 2 20 Daily Hs»al», one m ■nth SO Wki-ki.y H«kalf>. on • year ISO Waaai.y llaiiti.o, all m nibs 10 1 WaauiY Hfbalii, three mnnilia. — 00 iitn-TU»T«n HanAi.n. per copy 20 Entered at the postomce at l.os Anacies as second claM Mali ma ter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers ol all delta rJUStt&t mall subscribers m ihe Duly Hkrai.u srlli m p innpny dlscou tinned hereafter, «o asp rs will s sent lo subscribers by mall un ass the .sin'- have been paid Inr In advance. This rule I tnflexiba I, P. Fl-her, n-wspsper aavrrtlslaa. stent,2l Mercnanta' Ksiluniri, cau frm >, I" «" • ulhorli.il aacnt. 'IhU paper Is kepi en tile 111 hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

THESE LUXURIES COME HIGH. deputy Sheriffs Cost a Whole Lot of Money. Lome of the Facts About, the Cost of the SherifFs Office. Sheriff Ollne Claims That His Charges Are Tery Moderate. While the District Attorney Holds the Contrary. The opinion of the district attorney's sffice relative to the expensive adminis tration of the sheriff's office of Los An jeles county, was the subject of consid erable comment yesterday. The board of supervisors have fixed <he 24th of the month for a considera tion of the points made in the opinion, and the hearing will probably be at tended by considerable interest. Sheriff Oline, it iB understood, claims (bat he is running the office at the low est expense consistent with tbe proper performance of the business Of the office. The provisions of the law of 1889, un der which be is working, db not con template any such expenditure as the tupervieors have allowed, but the pres ent generous allowance of $27,280 per annum for the salaried people connected ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

IPKCUL NOTICES. TTUNTER'S TEXAS IAMALES CAN BK OB J~l talnpd at in'- • p Bprin, sVnd Becond. First nn-i Spring. Junction Tempi* and Spring, front of licrmanta saloon, Main si- Our sign indicates our address, 81s BolleviH avs'iitte. Don't ne Impoeed upon by imitators, Bu\- i he genuine article ot. the above locations. We arc the originators of the genuine T'exai tamalcs In Los Angeles- 12-11 (im NOTICE- THE l.iis \NGELES CITY WATRH company «111 strictly enforce ihe folloi\hi(t rule: The hours for sprinkling are between) and 8 o'clock a. in. stiii 8 and 8 o'clock p. in For a vtolatlon of the above regulation tin water will tic shut off and a fine of will In charged before tlic water will lie turned on again, 8-17 tf SPECIAL TEACHERS'IcxcURSIiiN To t Hl cago and points east, over Denver and Rtr Grande and Rock Island route, under manage* pient of A. Phillips A-Co., May 2Hili, 3uth and June 2d. Ofnce, 138 B. SPRING ST. 5-17 151 (" SIDEW M.KS, BASEMENT FLOOR! J and reservoirs, 5n per foo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE Stock Exchange Review. \kw York, May 13.-The stock market, rhlte Irregular again today, was in tho main ugher. Money w a„ easier, both on call and m-i. Estimates of gold shipments by Satnr y 1 steim«: vary from $2,000,000 to $3,009,- JO Affairi of tho Northern Pacific company pmanded an unusual share of attention. Tho (vectors h-id long sessions and lt Is understood jomplctcd arrangements for r»->'ing off the E™w" K d ' bt - At the opening this morning 1 Wl '" un with a rush, but later there was "i^ - 1 ,''', v under tho leadership of Distillers, sttiieb fall f ron , ,7 tq_isi.s on la i k of Ru i,, ue BP"mls lsrger thtu anticipated. Sugar was a sWßpleuous feature and adduced 3?4 on largo padiigs During tho efternoon there was a re. bnt a rally occurred aud the market JO-ed stcacly in lono. IGorerntent bonds closed Arm. MONKY QUOTATIONS. Nf.w York, Met- 18.-Money on nt 2to 214 1 r •'• "': olb a 1 offered ut 2 percent. 1 rin c mercantile papor-Oravt per cent. wteH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Hitraan. Report QjoVervAtioas taken at T.o? Angeles, May IS. I'•:>.: Tim* H»r. |Thor. HH'iu W 1 V.>l 0:0'>ii m .TO.OOj IM VI ,SW 1* jCiwar. 6 00 p m 20.!)S| 7H 30 ] BW ♦ jCloar tfexlmun. temperature 7:1. Minimum temperature, id. Forecast for Soutuern California: Fair weather; stationary tcooprrt':urc; westerly wind . Rev. .T. C. Fletcher, with tho stereon 'icon, show views of the city of Flor ence, Italy, thia evening in the assembly room at Belmont hall. The minor that the little sick child of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Manly, 705 College atreet, had some contagious diaeaae ia not correct. The child is very low with an attack of carcbro-spjoal meningitis. There are aome hopes, however, of her recovery. Articles of Incorporation were filed yeaterday by the Piedmont Cemetery association. The association proposes to establish and mantair. a cemetery at North Pomona. The directors ere Dan iel Hon sat and J. F. Cumberland of Lordshnrg, F. L. Palmer of North Po mona, C....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

THE COUNTY HOSPITAL. THE KINO'S DAUGHTERS HAKE SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST THE COUNTY HOSPITAL MANAGE MENT. VOL. XL. NO. 39. (Sack Suits m Frock Suits 1 (Boys' Suits IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOBBY EFFECTS, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Are to Be Found in OUR Stock 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 i 3, 1893. BROS. if You Wish To See sjuiiie tiling 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 our several departments—such as you cannot nee elsewhere. We have very tine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp_ City Hall. aw WJ strocM A\7 ff/ AT TUB f World's Fair „ Exhibit. HHLD IN MECHANICS'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

2 FORCED TO COME TO TERMS. The Panama linilroaa"fi Cinch on the Pacific Mail. The Flg-ht Between the Two Com panies About to Be Ended. Wnnttngton Allowed nis Own Ships tn Fall Into the Hands of the Op position, and Thereby Hangs a Tale. By thr Assorlatci Pre**.] New York, May 10.—II was reported today that the light between the Pacific Mail Steamship company and the Pana ma Railroad company waa about to he ended. Negotiations for the aettlement of the existing differences are under way and it ia generally believed tbey will go through aatiefacterily. C. P. Huntington said a aettlement ii being talked over between the oppeeing companies, bnt he could not disclose the basil of It un til later. If there was no hitch in the proceedings, he said the public wonld know the plan next week. The Panama Railway officials would cay no more about the matter than did Huntington, but from informa tion obtained here today it wonld appear that the Panama railroad people forced the Pacific Mall compa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The Street raving Question Still Agitat ing Ihe People. Pasadbxa, May 19.—0n Monday next the council will pass upon the second set of specifications for street paving that has been before them for consider ation. The fate of the first one at the hands of the citizens' committee is frssh in the minds of the people, and it now remains to be seen whether the second set will be what the tax payers should have. As will be remembered, in the report of the citizen's committee before the council last Monday, a plea was put in for bituminous rock, asking that this material, which has stood the hardest tests in Los Angeles and elaewhere, be given an equal show in the specifica tions. Again at a special meeting on Thursday, the committee earnestly urg ed that either bituminous rock or as phaltura be allowed. Now why in the face of such evidence, the council should continue to refuse to give bituminous rock an eqnal place with aephaltum upon the specification, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

4 'LOS ANGELES HERALD DAII.V *N1» IVBEKLY. THE OFFICIAL, CITY PAPER. lojii-H D. Lynch. Jams J. Ayr.m. AYE R S 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, a*a and »»» wic*r bkcortb sirkkt. TELEPHONE ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. «tT CARRIER,: Per Week * ■*$ Per Month "0 JY MAIL (JMcMfMEa POSTAOB): Daily Hi(r.ALr>, one year $3 00 Daily Hhkald, six months 4 25 Daily Hikald, throe mv tli« 2 lift Daily Hihald, one month to WBSKLY Hi halo, one year 1 ."0 yVkkki.y Hiralo, sU m-mhs 1 IU Wkiki.y HaaAi.o, three inonAlis 60 liii .ko Hkuai.ii, per copy 20 Enterud at tho postofflco at Lou AnKPIos ns second clan" mall maitc.r. ANNOUNCF.MENTS. The papeTs of all delinquent mull Htib«ciib«rs tothellAir/Y Herald wll. ho promptly dlscon tinned hernalter. No papers will t>« scut to subscribers by nail unre«s the same Lav been paid for In advance. Thl« nil* Is inilexlh c. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertislnc ancnt.'Jl MernaaaU' Ksffliaua*, Hsu I'rm..:.-eo, is nn authorised saont. llns paper Is sept en tile in his office Tn H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

BAY BASEBALL BADLY BUNGLED. The Colonel Deserted His Command. The Oakland Franchise Transferred . to Louis GTischan. the Players Start Off lnaisplelonsly Under the New Management—The Games at Piedmont and f'os Angeles. Ban Francisco, May 19.-[By the As sociated Press.] At a melting of the Oakland ball club, the Oakland fran chise was transferred from Colonel Rob inson to Louis Grischau of Portland. Robinson still retains his itterest in the Haight-street ball grounds, Tip O'Neil, now captain of the Oaklaid team, goes along with his chief. f The Oakland team stared out inau spicibuely under the new nanagement, dropping a game to the S.ockton club this afternoon at Piedmont, by a score of 9 to 8. Harper pitched a magnifidmt game up to the ninth inning, when tie score was 9to 1 in favor of Stockton. In the last inning Oakland made eight hits and aeven rune. YESTERDAY'S GAME. Row the San Franolseos Swutted Out Another Victory. Yesterday's game of baseball was al most a repetition of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

6 JINK AHVHRTMI Nc. * * • The most direct method of reaching the ; public and making knows your 4c .' * W W W A NN M TTTTT KSSB W W\V W A A N N N T 8 8 W WWW A A N N N r c V W W W A A X « S T S WW W W A A N W N T 8888 ViW WW AA A A N N1« T 8 WW WW A V N X NIT 8 W W A A N B N T 8 8 W W A AN NN T SBB* Ie through the classified ad columns of The mtrui.n. lt is cheap, brings quick roturnsj and place* the advertiser in direct communioa. tion with those he wishes to reach. one i. a ,R8 S „sB s ii rrrii kff. i>m> Q 01. A A t H 3 811 F II X 11 n Q L A A SS.. '88, II TV II KB l> !> 0 o l aaa „ ; . SHE ll X " '» UCC 1.1.1.1.A 88° II I 11 P.F.R ODD A I>nl) ti KFF.TTTT s KKu AA I) DE I T C AAD ni. KF. T "SB> AAA I) 1> I. X T a S A Al>l'l) 1.1J.1.iy-IFI f BS laaeTted in the columns of Tup. If r.it.M.n at m * 6 crittTa per i.ink per pay. $1.00 PER 1,1 NF. PER MONTH • Special rates fiir a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wl hing to rent, buy or sell p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New Yoss, Msy 19,-Tho stock market mada further improvement today. Reaction* from realizations or bear raid, were less pro nounted and teemed to stimulate pnrchaset. ineenn„r ! ,, men t of $2,000,000 gold for tomo? --row had little or no eflect. The success of tie* rtoitnern Pacific funding schema also tendSd to tncoursge tho sentiment iv favor of higier pr cos. Au advance equal to per o?nt was the rule. Distillers yielded 2 3 B et opeyW ssaPo't t m! lln . ,, . ,D,!tUuto<J b r « hB attorney ten era ot Illinois for iLuuUmont ol charter bat Stone 7 1080 '° 1K Tho ">»"Wt c?oa,d _ OoTernment bonds closed Bteady. MONTY QITOTATIOHB. t>erp ff ,„ To ? K ' , U V >»—Money on at2io2^ Per c. ut; cloied offered at a p.-r cent, Frln c mercantile papor-lias per cent. ciii baukers'pO-day W11>,51.84^(94. demand, San i RANKisco, May 19.-Draft«-Si7ht, 25; lelegraphlc, 35. T STOCKS AMD BONDS. Nhw York, Muy 1!)-Closing quotations we.o as follows: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Biirean. Reportof observations taken at Los Angelts, May 10, 1893: Har. rher.|RH'iu W'diVol I ~tT\ 7» j If 1 C'.rar. r>8 I *1 I W | 12 ;( I >ir i a. jn 1 p. m. l.9. r > Maximum temperature, 70. Mlnimt.'jn temperature, 45. Forecast for Southern California! Fair weather; warmrrumperatni'-; weMerly winds John Siciifh was lodged at the county jail yesterday on a choree of grand lar ceny committed at San Vt lm. The young Tnfts-Lyon club will go to Redondo today the play the club of that place. The\young Tufts-Lyoh are com posed of the following players: Strohn, C.; Neath, p. ; Smith, 1 b.; Tufts, 2 h. ; Rhodes, s.s.; Braly, 3 b.; Griffin, I.f.J Wilson, c.f.; Tibbetts, r.f. Police Officer Matuezkiewiz made quite a daring stop of a runawny horse on Thursday afternoon ac it was dash ing np Commercial street at full speed He sprang for the horse and succeeded in stopping him before he passed Into crowded Main st'eet, wher. much dam age might have been done. The foll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

BASEBALL. the san franciscans de" peated the anoels yester day, will they do it aoain today? VOL. XL.* NO. 40. Suite IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOBBY EFFECTS, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Are to Be Found in OUR Stock 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 GMT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. MEYBERG BROS. Setter Qmm,' MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 189 S. GRAND SILVER MEDAL S2sSsMgßßi**- SILVER MEDAL tm« ffKa,n!,ior " BOn ' C?TT "\7"T?"E> T\iTT7Fi A T fl,R ? !) ' r artistic specimens illustrat- OXJ-/ V 11/ IV IPI P. I If\ I i ing the Plattnoiype, Aristo and other processes. SILVER MEDAL l^ 03 ' 1 ARTHTIC ****»°**»™ of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

2 WORLD'S WOMEN'S CONGRESS. X Distressing Accident, Mars the Closing Session. Many Ladies Injured by the Collapse of a Floor. Wig Crowds al lb* World's Fair — A llrllliant i' ■> Last Night. The Gates to Remain Closed Sunday. ?y Ihe Associated rren.] Chicago, May 20: - A distressing acol ilent marked the cloalng day of the week's aerie* of the women's congresses in the art institute building. There waa an attractive programme in Washington hall, and a great crowd ot women gath eredatthe entrance, struggling to ret in, when a section of the flooring 20 by ' SO feet gave way, precipitating 76 women to the ground below, a distance ol I" feet, In a struggling man. The air was at once filled with cries of pain and terror. Almoat a panin apread to the large audience ahead gathered in Washington hall. Ai eiatance waa procured aa quickly as possible, and tho frightened and disa bled women extricated. When all were gotten out it was lound that eight were eetiouely though none fatally, hurt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The Cemetery Association—An Alleged Arsonist—Notes. Pasadena, May 20. —A proposition which has been mnch discussed of late is the formation of a cemetery associa tion which shall be-organized not as an investment company, but on a purely co-operative plan, only sufficient being charged for burial lots to cover the original cost of the land, with a small margin added which shall he used in beautifying and Improving the grounds.' Such an association was contemplated by a number of our public spirited citi zens several years ago, and considerable 'advance was made towards organization. The board of trade took hold of the mat ter and appointed a committee to look up a suitable site. After considerable investigation a piece of land laying on jthe other side of the Arroyo Seoo, ;beautifully located upon the hill nide, iwas selected as the most desirable spot for a cemetery in the vicinity of this 'city, and it was so reported to the board. Owing to the fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD BAILY Atm wtuntt. HE OFFICIAL CITY PAPFR. i i i v. Lvni h. James J. Ayr.its. -tYERS At, LYNCH, PUB* ISHItRS. I ikii .jia ivs.it seooHß siitßEr. TSUCPHONI3 1 &«. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. V " < UllIBil: v- A, ,k 9 .20 p • Month ... 80 ' . i Hr.ri.uniNO Pi T*o*)t mj.v fta .ami, one year as no D.iii.V iti i' ii.ii. sis mouths 4 W i vi.v ftsuAiib, wie* 'no ths '2 Uii I ui.Y Hall ii, i, one month JO «r iv ntualiOtOne year 1 »v • -ri.i.v ilrr.ii.c six in mli* 1 <)■ Vt si Xi i >ii:it slii. tbtoo months go i irru.TMiiiait ti.il per copy 20 ttttered hi the pisiofnoo at Lot Angeles as icriiirt cl«mi mil ma le-. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The nepers of all doligq tan 1 iunii suhs"rlhers 'n he Duly ilea* i.» wli' ■,• niii.i'.y di-wii ilnacd h.reaftar. ' » pup is will n sent to s'i'-rillers lit sgait nn c* thi »mi have been pa d for Id alv* ico. This rule I- i ilUalh n I, V. Fl'hor, o'wepaper tdyiiisiog agent, il Mir Pan Ksclang'-, Mia Ir in id, l« «v B ilbortSid ateut lln |it.pe...

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