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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

! TODAY'S FORECAST. j FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH- j ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH- j ER; WARIIER, ACCOriPANIED j t BY VARIABLE WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 44. * (Sack Suits Frock Suits (Boys' Suits JM ALL TIIE 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. 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 SHOW WINDOWS. MEYBERG BEOa Settees, Chairs, Hammocks, ' ../£ MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FDRNITDRE COMPANY, 225, 227. 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1593. GRAND SILVER MEDAL 1 - SILVER MEDAL ZnlX^ti, 0 B " 0l "** a 0P vmm - SITT VPr? A T F OR , h Mf ],T r ,4£?l8Ho S**OilttNS illustrat- OXJL....

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

2 FLASHES FROM FOREIGN LANDS. Lord Nalisbnry Addresses a Meet i ng in Belfast. He Urges the Men of 1 lster to Stand Firm for Union. , The International Miner*' Conference De cide! on m (lent ral Strike for Klght atonra—Th* Bering Sea Arbitration. ity the Afsoantert Prera.l Belfast, May 24.—The Conservatives of Belfast and neighboring towns made a great demonstration tonight in Ulster hall, in honor of the Marquis of Salis bury. Previous to the arrival of Salis bury, Captain Kennedy created a furor by unfurling a union jack under which he said the grenadiers fought at Water loo and under that flag, he continued, tbe loyalists wonld fight in Ulster, and he and many other officers of the British army wonld assist them. Lord Salis bury addressed tbe audience on the sub ject of home rule. He said the bill would probably pass through tbe com mittee stage, but the house lords held an impregnable position, representing, as it did, the loyalists of England and Ire land. Public opinion must b...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REDLANDS. Ilarence I>oby Charged With Attempt Ing Bapo- Local Matters. Bkdlands, May 24.—This city ia all torn up over an attempted rape tbat oc curred late last evening. Clarence Loby, a resident of this city, 18 years of age, is charged with having attempted to com mit rape upon ?. well known end re spected young lady of about 15 years of age, wboave name is suppressed ut the request of the girl's parents. Both fami lies are well known and highly esteemed in the community. Tbe two fainiließ live in the southern part of tho town and are on intimate terms of friendship. Young Loby and the girl have been keeping company for some time. Last evening about dark they went ont for a walk, the young lady never suspecting her escort's base intentions, When they reached a secluded spot the young mRn threw his intended victim to the ground aud attempted to accomplish his pnrpeee. The girl, however, struggled violently and screamed, and this fright ened Loby, who beat...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AM) WKKKI.Y THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPHR. JOltl'H D. Lthch. Jamks J. ay km. AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBI.HHS.R3. »S3 Alflt. •»» •*«•■»» SKCONS STREET. TBLKI'HONB me, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT CARRIER: Per Week * •?? Fer Month 80 BT MAIL (IwcLtininn Poktaoi): Daily HraAi.n. one jr. nr $8 00 Daily HKitAt.n, aia months. * 2S Daily Hkrali), three mo ths 2 VS Daily flki ai.'», one month *o Wkhki.y Hikai.d, one year 1 fto Wkkm.y HmiAi.n, air m nib* 1 0' WmKi.v Hksai.o, three monlha. SO li.lu-tr.tbo Mkiialh per i opy 'IO Entered at tbe pnatomce at Loa Angelea na ■econd claaamall mater. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Th* papers of nil delinqatMil mail nutw-rlbt-rfi to ibe? imi.Y Kkkaj.d w.j. on p'omptlv dtIOOD tinned ti#'r«After. No pup m will be aunt to BnbM-rUitjr* bf mall un e*n tho tame hav»* htmu paid for in advanoe. Thin rati In hiilcxtb'u h< P. Fj*her, adveN-uln* agent, 21 Menrmntß* Kirhanjir, Han Frano.M'o, in nn aulhnru'-d •Rent. 1 hit piper is kept on file 1b hlr. otAco Tint ■Im...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

THEY WANT THE CHINESE TO GO. The Federation of Trades Want the Geary Act Enforced. V Number of Affidavits Were Sworn to Yesterday. /he United Statea Officials Hhto Bo Far Taken No Action In the Matter But the Oases Will Probably Come Up Today. The Council of Labor of Lis Angeles has stirred up some knotty problems for the United States government officials. The account of their determination to expedite the enforcement of the Geary act, published exclusively in the Herald yesterday morning, was the subject oi comment in the city. Their programme was carried out as outlined, and the firat steps taken to at tempt tbe enforcement of the act which the United States supreme court has just declared constitutional. It is in Lob Angeles that the first at tempt in the United States has origin ated, lacking towards the setting in mo tion of tbe officials charged with the taak of deporting Chinamen who hays not complied with the law requiring them to procure certificates showing them to be ent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

6 | INI ADYRRTISINd. | The moat direct mcdiod of reaching the public and making known your •k * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN B I S 8 W WW W A A N N N T 8 W W W W A A N N N T H WW W W A A N N N T SSSS WW WW A AAA N N N T R WW WW A AN NX T S WWAAN NN T S S 'WW A AN N.N T SSSS la through the classified ad columns n[ Tnr. Hebai.ii. It Is cheap, brings quick returns' and placer Ihe advertiser In direct cotnmuulca. Hon with those he wishes to reach. ooor. a „ss„ K ss„ it i run mniinn 11 0 , A A v 111 HI 11 D Q L A A *\S»k, U Stk, II EE II EF, II I) OCL AAA v Jullll IM- D I) CCCLLLLA A H SS N H SS H II 111 |MDBD A DDI) I. !-KKTTIT s SS s AA DDL X T S * AAD ML EE T B*. AAA M 1)1, F. T « 2 A A DDI) LI-LI.KEF 1 Inserted In the columns of Tor. Ht.n o.n at 1 6 CENTS PER LINE PER GAY. j #1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Special rates (or a longer period. ; * * Persona wanting itTttattOßt, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise In TBI iIBtUU). OFFICIAL CITY PAPE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

MUSCLE, GRIT AND ENDURANCE. Qualities Shown at the Tug of War Last Night. The Erist Sii!ers Down the Electrics After Nearly Two Honrs' Fall. Tonight Hie Two Heavy weight Wonld- Ile Chamvl' ii Tennis Will Have Their Ktrat Contest—The I Programme. There was nnother bip turn ont last night at, the tug of war tournament, nnd the three contests of the evening were fully as interesting and as holly con tested ss on the previous night. There was a large attendance of ladies, ond the ejea of the vaat audience in the early part of the evening were centered on the front row oi the reserved cents, where Colonel McNeill sat surrounded by the brawny men of the champion Canadian team of San Francisco. They arrived on the noon train yesterday, and after registering at the Natick house tooi in the aicbts of the city. They were interested observers of the contests of the evening, and spoke in high terms of the physique of the men of the Loa Angeles local teams. Not the least enjoyable fpfiturea of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Korean. Report of obesrvatlons taken at Los Anteloi, May 24, IMS: Time. Bar. | B:00 a ra 89.771 »;00 p m. 29 7!»j ,7 .10 88 81 I RK | Sit 5 I Maximum temperature, OS. Minimum temperature, S9. Inilfuatlona. rorecaat for Soutlieru California: Fair weather, except occasional light rain on ex treme southern coaat: war.ner; verlable winds. Yesterday Mr. E. E. Owens, a native ol Wales, renounced all allegiance to Queen Victoria and became a full fledged citizen under tbv banner of Uncle Sam. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner ol Court and Main streets, May 24. 1803, for W. F. Wilson, Mra. Violet Upbani, T. J. Campbell. There will be a meeting of Keelev graduates, for the purpose of forming a local league, in rooms 04 and 66, N«w Wilson block, this evening at 8 o'clock. A good attendance is looked for. The Non-Partisan Ketortn association held a meeting in 11. (). Collins's office yesterday afternoon. The question ol remapping the county wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12 Postmaster's for Athlopho-ros. The Hon. Nehemiah D. Sperry has been postmaster of New Haven, Conn., moro than a quarter of a century, and lias performed the duties of the office with conspicuous faithfulness and marked success. No man is better known or more highly esteemed in Connecticut social, financial or political circles. Some time ago a person interested called on him to ask about his knowledge of Ath-10-pho-ros as a euro for rheumatism. Said Mr. Sperry: "Yes, indeed, I had rheumatism, and had it for some time. It was principally in my shoulder, and for a long time tho pain was very severe. About two years ago I heard that Ath-10-pho-ros had done much good to many who had Buffered from rheumatism, and I concluded to try it. The result was exceedingly gratifying. It drove my rheumatism ontirely away. Other medicines had only given mo partial relief. But the relief afforded mo by this was complete. Since that I havo had no return of rheumatism worth mentio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

10 TRICKS SEEN IN INDIA TWO REMARKABLE PPATr. Or INDIA'^ CUEVER JUGGLERS. F?" _ fh* *Te*a»la]lan tt>an of a Svrpetvt Trnm a Olaaa Of TV liter Which A('-„„. ' W« Swallowed by the IVrfivrnor- sir Ir'.i. of Hand In Which a Tinee r»--r-«. Art article in n recent, edition nn ths jTiKglors of India tsiurtd to throw iTis crodit on tho oantr-m wimrits '.hat havo to long boon held in ostoejn. Whathi or sot tho tricl.n (ho jugglers p?rfo:-r» awe wonderful is a m«tt>r to bo mined individually. At any rate, In n vogno way they have tha reputation, JBatorros and hooks are full of tbo no. counts of tho miraculous feats that t'c.-oa trkjiitaim of India can t-rft.rm. And n<iw corner Mr. Kellnr, n nine tesnth-cen way-up-to-date tna» (QrAtm, who adde his testimonial to all the rest as to (he superiority of oftenta] oyer occideaiul magic. Mr. Kellor, it seems, ban also traveled !n India in a dearoh for the wonder: nl and succeeded in iindiug what ho could not undersiiiiid. Prcflßftsor Koflrtr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exclisngs Review. New Tobk, May 24 —This was another qalet day atth? atock exohaugo The market opened lower and dull in sympathy with London, bat the decline there was attributed to manipula tion Irom this slda in the bear interest. Loasoa ranged from Heal per cent iv tne general list and from 1 per tent In a few of the active atocka. An advance of • / ,91l< afterwards took place under the leadership of 8 jgar, Dlatillera and Cordage. During thu afternoon a fresh at tack was made on General Rlectrlo, which touched 721,4, a deollne of 8?i per cent f om lastnight'e cloee. Tlita had little effect upon the market except Dlatillera, which reactel 1H Pr cent from he highest. A rally o< 14<9 IS* followed and the market oloaed steady lv tone. Government bonds closed strong. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New yore, May 24,-Monev on call eaer. at 2C4J'i per cent; r-loiad offerea at 2% per etnf. Prlu c mercantile papcr-6(9H per cent. Bterling exchange-Firm; bankers' 60-day...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 May 1893

12 J FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. 4jm*— - — %% ■ —• b How Some New Varieties May | §c Be Obtained. i The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck 3 Farmers in the East. ttß>— 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 Herald is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. ~mf mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are Long-Standing L,ETTucE.-In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded ZL% ~Z recommended by gardeners of long expenence as the very best varieties of the plants Company's lettuce, but it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more named known. The market value of the products from them will, of course, be greater nt s merous . j/ is very slow to run to seed, and withstands the h...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARnER, ACCOHPANIED BY NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 45. Sack Suits llsp Frock Suits IBoys' Suits TN ALL THE LATEfex' DESIGNS AND NOBBY EFFECTS, f\T THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Are to Be Found in OUR Stock MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 Mbtin St. VISIT OUR GREAT CLtAHANCE SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO —CLOSE OUT= OUR ENURE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN f-VERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHO V WINDOW 3. MRYBERG BROS. PORCH and fiff] Suitces, Chairs, -^^''^^jIX MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTd. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227. 229 >. Proadway, Opp City Hall. _ J?/ SPCCS-H 0 /./ AT THE HELD IN MKCH INICS' I'AVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL xatStiSBSSZ*- SILVER MEDxAL aaaMWMaam^ CTT T7"T?'D MT?T\ A T KWHtcrtT ASftBriOSPtO...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

2 a,-ai,..t tbe New * "/"?<'■ the Msem Uy took a rewrt notl » a M »m' what iiaf*. as ■»"■»». After recces Dr. By »P o, "> Mttarly ab-wt the omitsron fro* > tl,e b «»' of •" e prosecutors of the qnesN ™* Put to him to tott his faith and bis answers there to. What right had these appellants to omit such mattera as Lhey plaiwe'l tram ofrlc'al or semi-official documents 7 He visli*d to make an explicit denial ol tne. charge that he had prei.ched doctrinea «.gai attire fundnni mtal doctriues of the c.Viriih. "leWrm the* I believe, he said turning with outstretched hands to the audtanoe, "the hwiy scriptures to be the word of Uod." tun rnoKBHKOR'K p»oi -oumw. B'rigga closed with an apj >eal that the case might go to the synod of New York. If that were done, h e would aid in a lull solution of the case, and then if it were sent back to the no xt general assembly he wauld abide ils decision, whatever it might be. Me re t (retted if lie eaid anything that caused r. -onhie in tbe ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA. Proceedings of the Chamber of Com merqe—kuAal AfTalra. Santa Asa, May 25.—The chamber of commerce held its regular business meeting kst evening. Bills to the amount ol $55.20 were ordered paid. The park committee reported tbe neglected condition ol the Santa Fe de pot park, and the chairman was in structed to notify tho Southern Califor nia Railroad company's gardener of the same and ascertain its cause. Eighty-one dollars and fifty cents was appropriated for two-thirds of a page advertisement in the Land of Southern California, an official publication com piled by the Southern Calitornia World's Fair association. U. I. Taylor and H. A. Peabody were appointed to prepare and send material for tbe advertise ment. The following portion of the report of the committee on printing was adopted : That 1000 copies of tbe world's fair edition of the Biade be purchased for the sum of $100. The balance of the report, upon motion, was deferred to a subsequent me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

,0S ANGELES HERALD IMIU »Nl> trr.KHi.T --HE OFFICIAL- CITY PAPER. •r.i'ii D. I.yscii. Jaats J. ayehs. tXYERS Ac. L.VNCH, PnDi.HDP.BB, l_ A.HU 825 trVlt SHOOK* BTKEKT. * rgI.KtVOVK ih(l SUBSCRIPTION UATU3. V rMBtIIEU: Per d'enk 9 - 2o Pel Hi --111 »0 v Ma l. (Im i.nniM" I'ostios): ia i i.y nr. Abo, one mat oo dmi.v iixbsi.o, »U Mentha I |a *.ar.v Hi uai.ii. I .rre mv tits ... 2 ''[> t*at ,v uSHALOfOae ra-intli £0 X KI.Y Mi kald, one year 1 fto Wucki.v HmtAi... •!« m-uihs 1 o WklXi.Y "XIIALD, throo iniinllli. ii i.f-Tit ktß» I Kit alii psroopy, *o Inter,dr.t Hm pusiufncu at I.VI Angeles a coud olssa in . I tna te**. ANNOUNCEMI-.NTS. Tae papers ot ail dsltnq ion mall suhf-rlh-rs . the 11..U.Y ''sßAi.nwli' >•• n ompt ydl-icou nnod lieresftst, 'o p«p rs w.ll •» tttv to tbicrlliei's by mall un o the .sin'- lia»-- been Ud to- i i advance. Tills ru, ils 1 Oezlb a L T. P.«b«r, n v/spancr edrrr tains afsnt,2l Itrafearta' k>ih>mi". an Franc »co, Is sn al Inn It dan at Inl' , -|/...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

THEIR CHARGES PETERED OUT. The Kind's Daughters Meant Weil Hut Were in Error. Supervisors Inspect the County Hos plut If t Mir, Y*<ntji\tty. No lla«l* Fonnd for the Serious Chare** Recently Ylade Against Dr. Hs e*u— Th- Case Promptly Dismissed. during the pact three weeks the daily papers of Log Angeles have published many and varied articles on tbe alleged mismanagement of tbe county hospital, under the charge of Dr. Hagan. These reports emanated from a charitable soci ety composed of ladies known as the Kings Daughters. The duties poculiar to this society are comprised in visiting the county hospital and alleviating the sufferings of its inmates by nureiag and many kindly little attentions. Since Dr. Hagan took charge of the hospital the society has boen dissatisfied with his management, and their displeasure cul minated last week in the presentation to the board of supervisors of a number of serious charges of cruelly to patieuts and general mismanagement. Yesterday morning an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

6 j INK ADVBRIISINO. * * • Themoat dlre( ( meihod ot res'hlmt the : public and milking known your ik * WWW A ms N TTTTT FINS W WW W AA N N N T N S W W W W A A N NX I' H WWWW A A NNN T H WW W W A A N N N T Sf-ss WWWW AA A A N X X' T 8 WW WW A A N N S T S WWAANN N T 8 8 W W A AN NX' T »SH»| Is through Hie classified ad columns ol THB IIKHAUt. it is cheap, brings tpiiek return*! •nd places the advertiser Indirect commoaida' Hon v. iih thosi he wishes to reach. ivn, a s ss H «a„ 11 :1; 11 ffb iii>i> ii 6 aa w 5 si 1■ hi 11 11 C I, AA - v:„ ss. t" I••' 1 1 Il{ 11 l> OCL AAA 3 H 2III:i I (l II CCC 1.1.1.1. A A i.V SS t( - II •'(?■• I.M» A ItOtl I. FI E IT'IT.SS S AA l> Dl. E Tv B a a n nr, be t s S AAA II DI. E T M J A A ODD 1.1.t.t. El'E T Ttll* Jnsi rit (I hi the columns of TiU II IgAtS "t j 5 CENTS PF.R LINE I'FR DAY. I 91.01) PER I INK PER tKiNTII. • Hpeclnl rates for a lOngOt period* * f Persons wsntlng sitiiKtlomi, karpvoYWl hlng to rent, buy or sell properly wilt io wtl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock gishangs Bevlew. S«» YonK, May 25—The atock raarfket was strong, with au advancing toudenov during a greater part of the day. Tbe chief factors operalin. lv favor of higher Valval were sn ad vance iv tho Bank of Kuglaud rate of discount, case In money hue, heivy inco so In earnings reported by the St. Paul, Missouri P.clDe, Kau ess '. T ..;a sua other rotds aud the absence of importaat failures lv the morcaulilo world. Tbe railroad list was relniveiy firmer thon in dustrials, although mso'jgjllie 1 -iter ansrar tan a conspicuous feature, knd Erie 3 per cent on large transactions. Lis illers, wliile Irregular, Closed with s net gain of 1 per cent. National Cordage was weaker, common aeillugdown \ % and preferred 8 per cent from last previously repoited sale. General Riectrio wasa great lea , tuie, leading all other stoeka in n Intol activ ity. I first dropped 3' 9 to W% and efter rslly lag to 73..;, reeeusled to 71>_ and oloted at 72*. a Early weaxuess was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 May 1893

8 BRIEFS ta eatltMV Bureau. Report or on.o vatloua taken at Los Angelas, Msy 25. 1»93: Tnia I Bar. Tner. BH'ro W'u nno n m 2IM» 5S Hit NB 6 oo p id 'J'l -• II* «5 W_ Vol I 1 0 ouily 7 klo.r MMXiinmn temperature, 72. Minimum U inptra'ure, Ml. Intllaalluns. Forecast tot Southirn California: Fair weather: war Her; north to weat wind*. Undelivered telegram* at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Oourt •nd Main street*. May 25, 1803, for Francisco Sanches,.las. E.Capin, liaigh, Howard A Dodge. Police Surgeon llrynnt )e*t night was of the opinion that George I utler who wa» injured on V\ cdneaday afternoon by being thrown (mm a tranaipr omnibus, •nil who has since been unconscious, Will live but • few hours lunger. Fifty cents, round trip, on the I.os An geles Terminal railway to l/mr Beach •nd San Pedro; ynu can visit h ith places on one ticket. Fine wharf, 1600 feet Fine fishing at Long Beach Pavilion •nd bath house open at Terminal Hand. One fare for the rour d trip Sundays t...

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