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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

AMONG THE AUTORS [BY L. BEHYMBR.j Charles Scribner'a Sons have com menced tbe publication of a new series, entitled Stories from Scribner. In this Beriee of little books, issued under the above general title, the purpose has been to gather together some of the beat and moat interesting short storieß writ ten for Scribner's Magazine during the past few years, and to preserve them in dainty volumes grouped under attractive subjectß and decorated with illustrations to brighten the pages. The Bet aa ar raigned consists of six volumes, the first two are already issued and the other four at intervals of about a month will follow. Stories of New York, Stories of the Railway, Stories of the Sea, Storieß of the South, Stories of Italy, Stories of the Army, complete the set. . The books are furnished in three bindings, tbe paper being the same in all. Each edition is prepared witb great care, and it seems as if every effort had been made to secure au example of book making as dainty and perfe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

14 HEEP OR FORESTS MUST GO. lie Two Cannot, Exist on the Same Land. lie Way San Bernardino County Meets the Problem. nn« Drastic Measures Adopted—The Watershed « Must He Protected. The Subject Considered lv All Its Phases. The recent action of the supervisors of in Bernardino connty in connection itb the regulation of the "sheep nui mce" has attracted attention all over ie state and started anew the diacua on which has been going on for many tare in connection witb the unrela ted free pasturage of these animals in is mountains, Bays tho San Francisco hronlcle. The San Bernardino ofliciala ere bo well convinced of the necessity i taking steps to suppress the practice lat they adopted an ordinance impoß ig a heavy license upon sheep, and an ther forbidding tbe driving of those liroals on the public highways in reater numbers than 100 in a single ock. The reasons for this action are these: here is in tbe mountain/) ol San Kar ardino, aB eleewbere in the state, a irge area of vacant pub...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. § - How Some New Varieties May % Be Obtained. % The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck 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 -*9 Herald is able to give each of its cash subscribers (ouly those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. __^» mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are Long-Sending LETTUCE-In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded Z^ Trf" ° f ? e PI T Giant leaves are firmer and more t Cob blithe t tVTmium Tffef'evtfmad; V* f_ X ** on the Pacific Coast, and old as well as new subscriber.? may avail themselves of it. The vanety ' ItS leaves are Very cnSp and dehcloUS ' only requirement is a cash remittance. Those who have already paid in advance can Indian Bean Tree—A quick grow...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT .he cloaing society and muaical event of the aeaeon will be the laat concert of the Philharmonic society at the 1/>s An gelea theater on Monday evening. The reserved Beats will only be on Bale tomor row, anil from indications and judging by the high favor in which this deserv ing local musical organization ie held by all lovers of good music, there will be a large audience prneent. The programme srrsnged tor this last concert iB a pecu liarly felicitous one, and offers a rare feaat of musical moreeaux for I he delecta tion of all connoiaßeurn in the mtißical circles of Loa Angeles. The new or cheatral arrangement of Behubert'l Krl King, by Director Htamm, will he hesrd with a good deal nt interest for the first time in public, and it in Baid to bring out the ravishing beauties of this won drous song in a superbly forcifnl man ner. Beethoven's Firat Symphony by, the entire orchestra ; De Beriot'a con certo, lor the violin ; two ovsrtureß by Meyerbeer and Mend...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER: WARHERs NORTH TO WEST WINDS. "'.fM'W'S'.lfrr"''""''"*'"''''''"'' VOL. XL. NO. 48. Reefer Suits,] Sack Suits .. Whe latest and nob- WUiio,. BIEST FOR BOYS. Dress Suits .j M»MiM»»«"«" ,, ' , "»«' * issMssssrS«Ws«ss» SPECIAL ©ALE Ox? BOYS' STRAW HATS AT A SACRIFICE. 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 BROS. PORCH and ffffl j>Gttees } Chairs, 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' rAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL o o fA^^ CTT \TT?~D TUrT?T» A T FOR M °-< T atiti tic specime...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

2 BASEBALL GAMES AND GOSSIP. The Angels Badly Drub the Pirates. San Francisco and Oakland Divide Honors. A Suoelnct Account of the Causes That Led Pp to the Retirement ot tha r3x-Dnke ot Santa Clara. By the Assorlstod Pross.) Stockton, Cal., May 28. — Borchers pitched a good game today and tho re sult waa a victory for the Angels by a acore of 10 runs, aa against one for Stockton. The Angela bunched five hits in the firat and got five runs. In the last they got their hita together again and brought in three men. The hits that Stockton made were scattered. Mc- Canley was given a home run on a grounder that the crowd thought was a foul. Whitehead made some notable atiiata. HONORS DIVIDED. The Nephews and flolonels Kaeli Take a Game. Ban Francisco, May 28.—This morn ing'a game at l'iedraont between the Oaklanda and Ban Franciscos waa won by the latter by a acore of B to 0. The victors played a fine game in the field and Knell kept the hits down. Homer pitched winning ball outside of tw...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Memorial Dnjr-The Cracker and fleer Controversy. Pasadena, May 28.—The arrange ments Bre practically completed for the celebration of Memorial day. Much interest has been taken in the event by tbe school children, and it is expected that a large number of them will participate in the exercises. A special train has been arranged to leave the Terminal station at 9:30 a.m., returning after the exercises. The fare for the ronnd trip will be 10 cents for school Children and 20 cents for the gen eral pablic. Accommodations will be provided for all, and everyone is invited to join in paying respect to the nation's dead. The G. A. R. committee appointed to take charge of arrangements has been untiring in ita zeal to make the dsy one to be remembered among the annual commemorative days and the pro gramme as arranged is a very pleasing one. , , j The following report has been received from this committee: PROGRAMME OP EXERCISES. Johr/F. Godfrey-, Post No. 03, ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD USU I AWD WKRRI.T. THB OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josm n D. Lynch. lasrk J. Ay ana AVERS Sc LYNCH, PCHLIBHRRS, •S3 AND 8»5 WhHT BBCONB BTRBET. TELETHONS 1 • SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT CARRIRR: Per Week * -20 Per Month 80 BT MAIL (lacMJOtitn PosTioa): Daily Heralc, one year. $3 00 Saily Hrkai.o, six months 429 aily Hbrai.o, three oioi»ths 2 25 Daily Hsrald, one month 80 Wrrkly Hrhald, one year 1 50 werki.v Uiralo.slx month! LOS Weekly Hrrai.p, three months 50 Xllubtratbo Herald, per copy 20 Entered a"t tho postoffice at Los Angeles ss Second class mall natter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Daily Herald will be promptly d I icon tinned hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail tmlcss the same hsvn been paid for In advance. This rule Is Inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising are lit, 21 Merchants' Exchange, tan Francir-ro, is sn authorised sgent. 1 bis paper Is kept ou file In his office. Tiir HRRAi.n Is sold at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. Confirmation Services Yester day at St. Vincents. A Number of Persons Who Were Received by Bishop Mora. Dr. Campbell's Sermon to the O. A. K. at the First Methodist—United Presbyterian Chnrch Services. Precisely at 10:30 yesterday morning as the big bells pealed forth from the steeple of St. Vincent's church, a pro cession of altar boys and priestß, headed by a large gilt cross, issued forth from the gothic entrance of St. Vincent's col lege. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Mora, as sisted by the Revs. M. Richardson and J. Nicholls formed the rear of the pro cession. The bishop was vested in his robes of purple and so were the four pages that followed him. When the ciergy had entered the church, the great organ took up the music of the bells. Within the church a large congregation was assembled to assist at solemn mass and to take part in or witness the ad ministration of the sacrament of con firmation. The class to be confirmed occupied the front pews. There was but lit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

6 T INK ABWIIBIHO, iv- * j Thomost dlrevt melhod of reaching Ihe public and making known your * * WWW A Kit X TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA RN S T S 8 ft- WWW AA RBll T S SVWWW AA RNN T 8 V-WWTV A A NUN T SShs WWWW AAAA WENT 8 IWW WW A A N N N T .8 WWAAN UN T 8 S W W A A Tt NN T SSSft Is through Ihe classified ad columns of Tin- Hkkaid. It Is cheap* brings qniek returns*; and places the advertiser In direct oommunlca' tion with those he wishes to reach. 000 I, A ..NS,; ,ss. 11 Hill ffr-nni) C)CL AA 1* s S HE MI II 1> C L A A SS.. SS U II I*r II EE I) l> OCL AAA „ i s CM t .11 I'D ocn I.UXA ■ ~ s^^■, 11 g 11 kkkudd j A ODD 1. fffllT'T.'-v • AAD D L I T S s AAD 01. ER T "SH,. AAA D DL I! T X J a Aonn llllkkk t "ss" Inserted In the column* of Tint Hbbai n st sjt .* 5 CENTS PER LINK PER DAY. SI .00 PER LINK PKR MOVtH. • Special rates for s longer period. * * Perwrn* wanting slinatlon*, help, <t wishing to rent, btry or sell property will do well 10 ad- Temso In Tut. Hskai p. SPEVIAI. KO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

THE ARMY OF UNEMPLOYED. the Situation In St. I.onls an Index of tho Condition tn Every City This Winter. The annual problem that confronts St. Louis, along with other great cities, is that of the great nnraber of tmemploreu men and women. This problem loses it 3 foreoand severity during the spring and trammer months, for usually dnrinrr. those perioda work of many kind 3i 3 I plenty, and almost every one* finds t ->• porary if not permanent employment. Ihiring the fall and winter many of tho trades grow drill, and any number oi' men are tlrrown ont to await the opening of tho spring trade. It is estimated by thoso who have studied the situation hero that over 5,060 men are ont of work at prer.ent who aro roally ansioris and willing to do anything for a living. Daily tho'Streets aro lined with beggars and'Cliarrity seekers, -who either ask ont right for a gift of money or who offer for salo spmo trifle at an exorbitant price, plea-aing poverty and inability to find work a* an excu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Repmtof observations taken st f.oi Angolas, May 27, 1S03: ♦ Ima. B«r. Da. m S0<: • > p. m. 29.9K i 54 Oi 78 1 joiondjr !) ri.nr Maximum terupernturo, 73. Minimum temperature, 54. Indications. Forecast tot Southern California: Fair weather: waraser; north to west winds. The many frienda of Mr, and Mrs. John Mnsso will be sorry to hear of the loss of tbeir little infant daughter, who died at the grandmothet's residence, Mra. M. G. Rantacru/., 022 Upper Main Btreet, at the early age of 3 months. Police Officer 1,. R. Harris became the proud father yesterday of a 12-pound boy, on account of which he is going •round with a swelled head nnd cigaie. A pleasant little affair took place yes terday at the hall of the F. M. A. lodge on Main street, where Henry Dscker, past president of the order, was pre sented with a valuable watch charm en graved witb the initials of the order. At the conclusion of the ceremony neat speeches were made by S. E. Dugan, 11. Decker...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEHPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 49. Reefer Suits,"! Sack SuitS . . /-THE LATEST AND NOB VJdCJY vJUItO.-r BIEST FOR BOYS. Dress Suits .) SPECIAL SALE OF BOYS' STRAW HATS AT A. SACRIFICE. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 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. BROS. PORCH and ifMJ Settees, thairs, Hammocks, SSSI_ 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, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL »«" OTT ITTTTD TUTTTTI A T F( >"* UO * T arti,tto specimens of misoel- DIL V J_yXV ill 11/ UX\Lj l"eoui Photograp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

2 MEMORIAL DAY Today is memorial day, and the old soldiers of this city have taken good that it is observed in the proper jvay. Every post and G. A. It, order bas taken part in the preparations for the day, and although based on much the same lines as former years, yet from present indications the efforts of past years will be eclipsed. at the oraves. The moming will be spent by tho va rions posts in decorating the graves at the varions cemeteries, and in the even ing appropriate services at headquarters. The Stanton post .will go to Rosedale cemetery. They will be assisted in their functions by the teachsra and pupils of the Rosedale schools and three compa nies of the Boys' brigade. Rev. Dr. Fisher will hold the memorial services at the cemetery. The Frank Bartlett post, will go to Evergreen cemetery, and will be assist ed in their exercises by the teachers and pupils of Boyle Heights schools. The Logan post will hold appropriate services at the city cemetery on Sand Street. The K...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Street Improvements Going Briskly On. Local Events and Personals. Pasadkna, May 29.—The city council met in regular session at 2 o'clock this afternoon; all members present and Mr. Lukens in the chair. Qnite a number of citizens were pres ent in response to the request of the council that protectants against the lay ing of branch sewers should present their reasons. Mr. Charles Legg addressed tbe board particularly against being included in the Walnut street sewer district, for the reason that he had no use for the sewer. Action was deferred one week. Mr. J. G.Rossiter addressed the coun cil, representing property owners on Concord court, who protested against a sewer being laid as proposed to connect with a line on Los Robles. The pretest was snstained and a new scheme for draining this district will have to be devised. In regard to tbe Summit avenue sewer a petition protesting against the same being laid was denied. An ordinance establishing the gr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES 11HRALD DAILY AND YVEERI.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. Jaiiex J. Aisss. AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, *23 AND 535 WEST IKCONB STREET. Ttl.fT I'HONI 150. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week * .£0 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (IncLuniHo PostaoI): § Daily HaeALo, one year — s)S 00 Daily Herald, sir months * '^fl Daily Hkrai.d, tt.r s bio ths 2 29 Daily llssalo, one month JO Wkski.y Hekai.d, one yar ISO Weekly Herai.n, sis months 1 OJ Weekly Hkrali>, three months 60 ImisTßATin Herald per copy. 20 Xnlered at the postunlce at Los Angelos as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCE/MINTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers te the Daily Herald will be promptly dlscon tinned hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mall unless the same have been paid for In advance. This rale Is Inflerible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent,2l Merchants' Ksehange, Han Kr-inclp.ro, la an authorised agent. 1 his pepor Is kept on rile in his oftlce. Tug Han...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

THE WATER SYSTEM SCHEME. The Council Decides to Buy Land for Headworks. A Lively Discussion as to the Pave ment of Figueroa Street. Action on the Water Question—Health Ofticer's lteport— City Surveyor Dockwoiler's lteport—Po tions Filed. The city council met at 10 o'clock yes terday morning, and the full board was present with the exception of Mr. Nickell, LOPEZ STREET. An ordinance was then read by the city clerk which asked that the unim proved part of Lopez street be paved redwood instead of cement. The request was granted. * THE FREE LABOR BUREAtJ. The manager of the free labor bureau then reported that he had received 107 applications for positions during the past week, for 101 of which permanent posi tions had been secured, of which 97 were males and four females. ' AI.IBO'STREET SWITCHES. The superintendents of streets report ed tbat of the three switches on Aliso street he had ordered two removed and the remaining one put in good condition. FIRST-STREET WIDENING. An ordinanc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

6 BPBOIAt, HOTIOBB. HL'NTIWs" TEXAS TAMALES CAN Biroß talnedat tht following places: I pring and Second, First and Spring, function 'I em pie and spring, front of Uermanla tavloon, Main at om sign indict Ics our address, 618 Bi llevue avenue. Doni be Imposed main by Imllatort, Ituv the genuine article at the above locations, wr are the origlnttors of the genuine r-'xas fatnales in Ixis Angeles- 12 11 Sin *|kTOTICF~TIIE Loi A Nil El Ebl ITY VTER com pa 11 y will strictly enforce the fnl louring rules The hours tor sprinkling are lietwetn 0 end 8 o'clock a. m, and 6 and 8 oi lock p. 111. Knr a vlolalion of the above regulation the water will be shut off mid a line of si will be charged before the water will bu lurned on again. xi7tf CPBCIAL TEACIIERS' EXCURSbi*N TO ( lII iO Ctgo and points east, over Denver tnd I 1" Grande and Rock Island route, umler nuinage ment of A. Phillips A Co., May 26th, 80th and Jnne2d. Ofßee, KISS. SPRING Hi .'. 17 101 CibtUMBIA BAR LOCK 'I YPKVi ItlTl RS J ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

MR. WEBER MARRIES. Xnß LATEST CHAPTER IN THE! DAN ISH YOUNG IHAN'B KUNANVE. He and Hl* Sweetheart Hie Themselves tv Pasadena aud Have the Mat rimonial Knot lied—Tha Honeymoon. The romantic history oi the young Dane, Mr. Oluf Weber, an account of Which w«s Riven in Pnnday'a Hkrald, had b fresh chapter added to it yester day, which renders it still more interest inn. True to her determination to stand by her sweetheart in his struggle with his guardian, Arthur Rally of Copenhagen, Mien Davidson and her lover took the final step that frees the young man from another's control over his person or hiß estate. The young people were considerably stirred up over the publication of the romance, and Miss Davidson finally con cluded that no time wag to be lost to thwart any attempts the guardian might be making. They yesterday went out to Pasadena, and armed with the license procured several days ago Mr. Weber found no difficulty in finding a minister to tie the matrimonial knot so fast that Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Itnreau. Report of observations taken st Los Aug'iles, May 27. 1*93: Tlmo. B»r. rhor. 5:00 a ra 20.110 52 5:00 p. m. M.02 IH 07 •15 UK W 1 I Foggy 7 iClear Maximum temperature, 73. Minimum temperature, 40. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: Stationary temperature; westerly winds. ______ The rending rooniß ol the public library will be open from 1 to 9 o'clock p. m. today. No booke exchanged. The following undolived telegrams are at the Western Union telegraph office, corner Court, and Main etreuto. May 20: Mr. Arthur Watson, Miss (Gertrude Hill, Barnard (cable). An inquest on the body of Paul llob bler, who committed suicide Stindnv night by shooting himself, wan hi Id yesterday by Coroner < 'atea at tho un dertaking rooms of Orr & Hutch. A verdict of suicide, was rendered by the Jury. PERSONAL. F. Schlesinger of San Francisco Is staying at the Hollenl > ck. W. G. Toller, general passenger agent of the Sauta Fe, is in the city. C....

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