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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEMPERA TURE; NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 4*. [Sack Suits Frock Suits \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, S. Main St. VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO =CLOSE OUT— OUR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHO W WINDOWS. MEYBERG PORCH "and ffffi Settees, Chairs, . Hammocks, 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 FRANCIBCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL CJTT "\TT?T> IUTT?T\ A T Fl)B MO * T ARTI Tl ° specimens of misoel- OIL V JCvIV IVI CjXJ A.JLt I»neoui Photography. CTT "...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

2 THE DISRUPTED WHISKY TRUST. Peoi-ift Distillers Sny They Are Ortt to Htnv. Official* of the Combine Say They Can hot Withdraw. ITall Stress IWy«tlil*d hy the froi»4- Intra—The Opinion Rntartatnert That It Is Bnt a Ills; Stoek .lnnlitns; BeMMMN Br the Asaactated Prasa CmcAfio, May 22 — Jacob Woolnerwas in (he city today. When asked about the disruption of the Whisky trust, he ■aid: "I do not know what action the directors of the couipuny will taki with reference to the withdrawal of the dis tilleries, nor do I care. We are out of it now. I ftslleve the consolidation of dis tillers' interests is once for all broken tip. can not wniinrtAW. , Cincinnati, 0., May 22.— W. N. Ho bart, one of the directors and treasurer fer a lortfc time of the Distillers and Cattle Feeding company, says the asser tion that the Peoria distillers can with draw from the trust and take possession of their distilleries is nonsense. The Utmost they can do is to bring suit for their rent. MATTItRS I(CIRTIN-<...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A Portland Cement Hue and Asphaltum Coveting Adopted. Pasadena, May 22.—The city council met in regular session at 2 o'clock this afternoon, all members present. There was a good-sized audience of interested property owners present, and tiie* pro ceedings, so far as the paving specifica tions were concerned, were watched with much interest. The specifications as adopted were practically the sameaß were ngreedupon at the special meeting of Tuesday last. They call for a Portland cement base with an asphaltum covering, with gran ite block guttei B, the whole to be laid at a cost not to exceed $2 per lineal foot. The city cleik was instructed to adver tise for bids, to be opened at noon on the 19th day of June, bids to aire prices on the asphaltum paving by tbe iqnare foot, the granite gutter by the equate foot and the curb by the running loot. This closes the paving question until the time for opening bids, unless an other protest is raised by the prope...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES 11KRALD DAILY AND WKEKI.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josara D. Lynch. .lamk* J. Aykbs. AVERS 6c LYNCH, HttUttttt. Si.l AMU S'-JO WS.IT SKI'IINS BTKKKT. TILKI'HONk IBS. SUBSCRIPTION RAILS. BY 0 4.RHIK&: Per We** » •*» Per Monlli ... 80 BY MA L (lm i.uniKn I'ostaos): Daily Hk-.au>, one year SH 00 Daily HKitAi.n.fla months a ~l> Daily Hxkali., lure un ths 2Vn Daily ll»'ai. •, one m.inih JO wk ki.y llir.Al.o, one year 1 60 WassLV HsaAbO,aia m nlhs 10. Wsik v iikhalu, three months. 60 Inr-tb>T«n HsiiAMi penopy. — Ho ttaleferlat the posiofllco »t Las Angeles as second elasa atall "ia ie ■. ANNOUNUiMI-NTS. The p-.p.-rs of a I deAIM lettt mall mitHTlbP-rs !o he duly Ikkald wll- >c p -ompt.y .ll.con tinned hereafter, v o psp rs will a lent to anb.e.liters hy mail nu c the .am" Imv.- been paid lor I i adrauc*. Till* nu,. is I (leklb o I, P. Fi-har, ni wspaner advertising agent, 91 Merchant.' Kirtmige, --nu Franc >ro, in an aßthorll. d agent 'lid p..per Is kept ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

HUNG HIMSELF WITH HIS SHIRT. frtf ie Death of Ernest Kussell at the County Jail. farther Details of His Attempts to Kill Two Santa Fe Men. His Wiff's Bee .nil Attempt to Secure a Hi vote. Begun Last Week—Pro- nounced Insane by the Kxaralnera. Sunday night about 11 o'clock Ernest Kussell, an insane man living at La Canada, walked into the police station and asked for a detective. Somebody on Spring street was trying to take his life, he Baid, and he wanted to be pro tected. On being told that there was none about, be left. Last night at the game hour the same Ernest Kussell lay dead, covered with clotted blood, in the county jail, having suicided by hanging himself in tbe in sane cell. After leaving the station house Sun iday night he vanished, and nothing was heard of him until 2 o'clock in the morning, when word was received that 'Mark Donohue, an employee in the Santa Fe yards, had been shot by a lunatic. The would-be assassin waa allowed to escape, but was caught later in the day...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

6 Ai>v«r.Ti>«iiM(i. * * I The moat dlre"t method nf reaching the public ami making known year • ifc * WWW A NR I TTTTT NSSS W WW W A A NN N T M H W W W W A A N N N 1' « W V W W A A N N N T B WW W W A A N N N T HSKR WW W W AA \ t N N V 'I' S WW WW A A N N !*V T H W VC A A SI .S N '1 H M W W A AN NN T KKsa Is through ibe rlarMlflet! sd ri 111 mti- nf Tutt llKßtin. II is ehenp, brings quick returns' and places the advertiser In direct com munloai MOB with aitiiHii he wishes In reach. 00CI A „<*>:, ..SSo r I'I'I'II I IK. HDD 0 C , AA . *J h I !•' II I t> I' O , A A *f,<.. "Ms lEE II RE l> l> 0 fl . AAA „ 2 , J ll' II X Ii I) 000 .LLLA A"aa" "SS H I I II EM. lIfJ IS A BOM I. I'RETTI'I'.Ms.. AA l> 01. X I' s AAD ot. HE T "XM M AAA I) □I, E Tv v A A ODD 1.1.1.1.F.1CK I "as" Inserted in ihe columns of Trra IftnAl.oat ** • fl CBKTB PM LINE PER DAY. •1.00 I'Mt LINE I'l'.R MONTH. ; Special rules for a lunger pwrlod. ; * * Persons wanting silualbins, help, in- wishing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

A RARE PHOTOGRAPH THE REPRODUCTION OF THE OLD DE WITT CLINTON DUE TO IT. A I'nl.jno nit or ITiltory YVUIeh llenli Willi ihc Old Ajnl-Majonry Feeling In New York State Over SWty Yean A%o. A never Artist tTltll .Sclsson. "The New York Central Railroad com fcony*g reproduction of the tirst railroad train and locomotive ever run in Now Vnrk state, a moet interesting and valu able exhibit at flho Chicago fair." said an Bid resident of Albany, "causes mo to wonder how many of the officers of that company know that if tho disappearance of Morgan from Uatavia 65 years ago bad not been attributed to murderous machinations of the Masonic fraternity, which resulted in tho great anti-Masonic excitement that spread throughout the country and became a sensational polit ical factor, they would not have been able to malts the reproduction, and the appearance of that curious railroad train nnd engine Would never have been known iv accurate and pictorial representation. 'it was years before the disco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Reprvt of observations taaen st Los Angelas, ■ay 21, 1*93: Time Her. ITher Mt m 30.041 OS . 00 [i m 80.9J] 81 '3* 1 B 27 ItW 2 lOlenr. K Iclcar. Maximum tampers in re, ho. Minimum temperature, 81, Indications, forecast for BOntUSrp California: Fair sreather: stationary tcmperalur.-, north to Met winds. A marriage license was issued to the following persons yesterday: Ivlgar L. (Wehb, aged 27, a native ol Mi-siiuri, and rl ot lie j. Oarduer, aged UK, a native of exes, both residents of I.os Angeles. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegrsffih office, corner of Court •nd Main streets, May 22, 1808, for Mies Lillian Bennett, C. N. Billiards, Bcliweitzer, Henry Charles, H Kroiuner. Mrs. Margaret Dickson has been a pa tient in the county hospital for two Eioathl and called ut the HuRALD nlhce yesterday to deny the charges made •gainst that institution by the King's Daughter!. Hied—Theodore W. Neely, who for years wan closely connected with the city cle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; SLIOHTLY COOLER; NORTH TO WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 43. [Sack Suits I roc k Suits 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 Sprins? and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO -CLOSE OUT— OUR ENURE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN i VERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHO W WINDOWS. MEYBERG BROS. PORCH and Jiff! LAWN IjHl WtPR.s. Chairs, Koekflrs j^^^^LX^* Hammocks, MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225. 227, 229 Broadway, Opp City Hall. Htl 1. IN MECHaNICS' PAVILION, 3AN FRANCISCO, INDING FEB. 18, 1833. GRAND SILVER MEDAL KK:r- SILVER MEDAL "P™ l <* SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL fa* 0 * 1 , ARTBno °» " Four Medals O...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

2 PACIFIC COAST NEWS GLEANINGS Systematic War Against the Seamen's Union. Ship Owners About to a Vig orous Campaign.. A") Old Han Bavee a Btyfa r.lfe bat Loim Hli Own— \ rif E Water Bait Began In O-r.ingM Ouantj. By the AsiooUte'l Preta.l Ban Francisco, May 23.—The Ship Owners' association, formed lor the pur pose of fighting the Sailors' union, has formulated a pian ',o carry the warfare into every important seaport on the Pacific coast, and to uso every available means to destroy the power and infi fluence of the union. It is proposed in the first place to establisii boarding houses for sailors, to be con tacted by Bliip owners. Tare and lodging will be provided very cheaply and tbe sailors accorded better treat ment than many are accustomed to now. At every important port on the coast tbe snipping of sailors will be ac complished through the officers of the association.' Men of all classes, irre spective of anion or other iiflili ations, will be accepted so long as t ney are capa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA. Pioeeedlnga of the Dupui vigors—Orauga County at. Chicago. Santa Ana, May 23.—At yesterday afternoon's session of the board of su pervisors, the hearing of evidence in the matter of tbe Newport drain* Re ditch waß continued. S. U. I'inloy, W. If. Spurgeon aud»<"!ash Harvey testified. On motion the heariug of the petition was continued till Monday, May 2!lth at 10 a. m. The chairman ol the board now appainted a committee of one to procure a suitable desk for the county clerk. Tho papers in the matter of bonds for tbe PeraUa school district were refemd to the district attorney as to their legality and to prnparo the resolution necessary for their c vie and the pnblicntiou of notice of same. Applications for license under ordi nance No. 12 wore granted Juan S*Ua berri and Dolores Garcia of Capistrano and W. A. Tucker oi Santa Ana. NEWS FUOM HASAQKB 10P1.1H. A letter received by W. S. Taylor, ■ecretary of the Orange county world's (eir association co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AM> WKKKI.T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPEN. Jon i-ii D. Lynch. Jaukk J. Aykiis. AVERS Sc. LYNCH, publish br*. t-j:i ami) MS wkmt BJccohm ■TetMt. TKLKPHONE ISO, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Weak St .*> | Per Month 80 | BY MA I. (lacLtTMsTS PosTSOl); Daily 111 ■•.ami, one year *JS 00 Daily Mkualo, .1* mouths A Uft Daily Itm: ,li>, turee mo ths I 2fl Daily llk> i.v, one month HO WK'-KI.Y Hsualo, one year 1 SO tTaekLV HaaAtiO,els Months 10> Wkkkiy Hkkald, three month', Bo 1i.1.r-Tu ,tfi» II Kitalo per copy. M Bntcri'd at the posloltlcn at Los Angeles as second elawaiatl maiter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of hll delinquent mall inbtertbetl te ihe lUily Hkkalii will he promptly discon tinued heresfier. No pspsrs will he s«nl to S'ih.crlhors hr mall un'c-s the sinnn h«v- heen paid for In advance. This ruie Is InMrxih c. ti, I. Ki.hcr, newspaper advertising agent,2l Merchant l .' Exchange, fan Kmnc.cn, Is sn authnrlzMl agent. '1 his i kept on Sic in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

THEY ARE AFTER THE CHINESE. lnj Ffdprfttuf. Ti-ulps to Act oil tiie Geary Law. Complaints Against Cliinessi to B> j Sworn Ou,t Today. a Cotrnnltt-s to Appear Before iTnlted Stat*. District Attorney Denis Xhi» MoVnlng— V* hit Tliey Propose to Do.; 'I (ti .' r'l t Just nine days have elapsed since the United States supreme court declared tho Geary act to be constitutional. Since then many articles have been written and speecheß made On the ques tion, pro anil con, but no action taken to enforce tlia the law. It remains for Los Angeles to take the Initiative in this reepect. This will be done today. A committee will appear before United States Dstriot Attorney Denis tbia morning at 10 o'clock and swear out warrants against a large number of Chinamen for being in this country without certincatei of registration, and it is needless to state that the majority of them will he found venting. The action has its birth with the council of federated tradeß. | S A The legislative committee of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

6 J INK AIIVBRTIBtNO. j The most direct atethotl of reaching the public and making known ynur * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SRSS W W W W AA N N N I S B Vf W W W A A >' N N T B WWWW AA NUN T B WW W A A N N N T SSSB WW WW AAAA N N N T WW WW A A N N N T W W A AN N N I 8 B W W A A N NX T SSBH Is through the classified ad columns of Tils HCRAI.S. It Is cheap, brings quick rclums' and place. Hie sdverllser In direct 1 ommiinlca. Hon witli those he wishes to reach. 0011 l a .as. „rr b 11 nrri] i eeddd 0 CI, AA v v HE H X II D '•I, A A "BS„ '"ss a II EE II IK D 1) (1 CI, AAV „ S H 2111 II E l> II IXJUI.LLLA A SS SS li I' II I IT. HDD A PHD I. EEETITT S HS„ AA D DL E T D AAD DL EE T X AAA 1> I> I. X T s Q A A DDI) I.I.LLBKR T B SB B Inserted In the columns of Tiif iixkai.p at 3k * 0 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. ■LOO PEB LINE TEB MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. ; # * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well lo ad rerttsc in TBI Hsrai.ii. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

act of t; o legislature of tho state of fAMfcriHi.. A-id tho sa d Lis Angeles City Water company stilt lias, claims md e£erciso3 the rights and franchises meuiiom-1 in the ssi I coniriot, and un der and in pursuance thereof, and of th" acts of tha legislature aforesaid, act Wth the Knowledge l , ncquiescenae and in of the tnnntcipal authori ties ol v ia city of L 53 Aiffefeai fclgllth—That on the 6th day of Sep temocr, 1892, the council of the city ot Los VugeJce parsed an ordinance in word 1 uud fi-.;nr>' filliwinif, tost<*ther with the cc Hh-ute of the clerk of ttie adoi ii; 0 thereof OKDI.V.YV. E HO; 14110.—NEW SERIES. Au ordinance determining that tbe public nieiMst acd neceisity of tbe city oi Los A •".•idea demands tho con strue- -m oi h i . stem oi water works to be o.vi.erl d ■ unrolled by said city,the cost, bl whh 11 will be too great to be paid out 01 ih>. ordinary annual income aud revenue ol said r'ty ; and that it is tbe intfli.iion at /the chy council to hare...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

IV BRIEFS Went her Korean. Report of o'i ncations taiien at Lot Aufel:s, Bfay 23. 1MI3: Tlrno. 1 B»r. !Th«f.|HH'ni|W'J|Vol | KToo». m 29. HS 03 | 8» INK 3 O'.enr. 6.00 p oi. |W 7*1 77_| 35 |MW| tt IQlorir. Maximum temperature, DO. Minimum temperature, 110. Indteatlona. Fore ea it tor Sootlieru California: Fair Weather; sllshtly cooler; north 10 neit winds. The Southern Pacific company, in or der to accommodate the large number of people desiring to attend Memorial ser vices at Soldiers' Home, will start a special train from the Arcade depot at 0:15 a. m. on the 30th inst. Prof. Woodworth of the University of California will deliver a lecture on root diseases in the vine and fruit tree at 10 o'clock Wednesday mornina. May 31st. The lecture will be held nt 'he chamber of commerce and will be followed by a general discussion. It is a question of growing importance. All fruit growers should attend. A musical reception wae given by the silver medal class of the Lop Angeles Conservatory o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12 Q One Way to fill a barrel with water, is to use r sieve. It's a poor way, though. Yoti J* can do it—but it takes time, patience. ✓^ > care and much work* f > So you cart Wash clothe / \ \ ~**""\. %N ' tn r ' ( ' a P an< ' a wash * board—but it isn't the prY be f, ua y- h ' s 5, 7 1 jMul ■ T work, hard worn, costly fy T ' s ''' j . work. It wears out the / ■ i things you're trying to m\\X 1 /: = =EHJfei clean. y / l\\ // jl if jI j \ Ihe best and easiest I J II L——' '•~Tj j J^, ~'~s \ ' s to use P- ear^ne ( t\f- 1 That docs the washing Hi / I while you're doing something else—does it without any of the clumsy rubbing that takes so much time and makes so much wear and tear. Try it—saves you money as well as work. Qtf*f-i/4 Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as" or VJCIIU "tl, e same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—-Peariinc is never peddled, and jf T~> _ 1 if your grocer sends you something in place of Penrline, be honest...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

10 FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Short cut Hweft.. "Tjcn-rnn-tl.i'-ii-i" . V'il-/"-- " .'i, ;it hr.vnt lone: name, too. You poor, drir little <!einy. I ran sympathize with yon. Does not A*our !i"nd fori henvy with thatdrcad* frl nnm» tn bold, And fiont yon for!. Lcnrnntheraura Vulrrxro, very old? I do, beat, irhea I '.- i«:nb» r, thntifrh they think r.:; name in "iivrtl" Anil lo\e tn r.*y tt II over~"(.!r.d-. s Conrtaneo Mnr gner.'.e." t\cfl then, when you've be on naughty, does yourdptoy mam to:i coy, ••Le 11 <a nt hcmum Yu lyiiroP in aurh a ■torn, and way? oh. daisy, dear, how m a ny time-, she's said, "Now , Gladys f 'or. ntenco Marrru" rite/go riijht stairs to bed:** And thnn 1 know i*ni very bad, fur tbnt's my pr.n iah name. Oh, daisy, dear, do you BUppo.'U- !, mnniraas do tho aarnf-v Bnt 1 love brt i to call you, dear, just"daioy," for, yottefO, That's mypet namo, the very*aame that evrry ono raJls me. And wo are twins now, are we not? for hmh nf ua have woes About our long, long "p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock rxohtttiito ISevle-w. Nk v to**, VI :y 23 -T'leefct rat kct was ei'.remely dull and fegtatelos* ilu-ing the gre.u.r ci'tof be day. At the opening prices ran bit about 141 st p. r n.nt, but re every 10 - lowed and son c shares said htuher tlnm U t night, lo ihe altsui.ion re ( o ts 01 go!d expo-is and ouvr di quieting i .tu.i s md lOed a be.r raid anlth-.. arkei , i t.o-it weak. Goverinueni bt :ids closed firm. »** Yo*s. MiV.: 8 -Mtenevn'n call casr it ■»« Per cent: •! .-,d QXati* at SH permh .' Priu c m-.-rc ut l« oaoe -Ottss poi'ceu'. MteiiC'tf "xcliansa-rpm: hsn*..>>> CO day bills at r. l Ssia; iloiuabd, $4 89 *4 80V<. San Fitißcisoo, May IS -Dri'lts-slght, 85i telcgiu; hie, 3%. f'Tor.Ks .vfrp noj.es. New yixit, May 22 —Closing uaiiatlons we a asfodowst U. X is. rev 112?;;s)orthrro.t«r 1 ....103 do to.i..iou 1 do • rel.iro 1... tti V. h. Ji regular.. 03 hf; y. u«tttCo| ...101X ra.tl.:i 01 105 Otrgda lain 14 Atcbisou ■.'t>\!tiro. on s.«v CIO ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 May 1893

12 I FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. 1 | How Some New Varieties May 3 % Be Obtained. i g= 1 t.— I ■ The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck E2 Farmers in the East. 3 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 ITkrAld is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by I country, with the same gratifying results. — mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are to t t i_ A • n « •, , recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants n - Long-Standing LETTUCE. In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded named known. The market value of the products from them will of course be greater Giant Comply s lettuce, but it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more ~<g than the common varieties now used. It is pro...

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