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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE piSTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEHPERA TCRE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 50. Reefer Suits, j Sack Stilts . .We latest and nob- j BIEST FOR BOYS. Dress Suits .] SPECIAL SALE OF BOYS' STRAW HATS A/T 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. PORCH and 'llffl Settees, Chairs, tr-^&t^^jtX MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. BUD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING Fill. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL QITT "aTTT'D H/T"ErTI A T FOR MO-*T ARTTTIC SPECIMENS OF MISCHL OXJL/ V JtLK. IllJi/JJ AL laneous Photo K raphy. QTT "\7T?D Tl/T"L7r\ A ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

2 Warner, past graml commander nt the O. A. R. Warner in touching upon the pension question in a Riiaech. said the men who were the friends of the soldier and who enacted the pension Inw, oonld be relied np tn deal jnstly with pension metier*, and it belonged to the frlendl of the soldier alone to remedy which have crept into the pension sys tem. When Ueneral Black's turn to epeak came, he said the pension tolls are polluted with the names of c wards, deserters and tmposterg, ami no true goldler of 1861 to 18115 would object to a measure calculated tn remove the dis grace. ANNAPOLIS CADETS. Large Crowds of Visitors at the Oradu utlng Kierclses. Annapoi.ih, Md., May 30.—Large crowds gathered today to witnesa the graduation exeroiaes of the naval acad emy. Target practice, presentation of diplomas to members of the graduating class, a parade and tho presentation of medals for the highest scores in the tar get practice, were tbe attractive features of the day. Thee cadets were drilled ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Beautiful Floral Offerlnga in Honor of the Soldier Dead. Pasadbna, May 30.—Pasadena did herself proud today by the manner In which she paid hir annual tribute to the nation's honored dead. There was a general decoration of busi ness houses and public buildings, while "all the stores were closed. The programme for the day, which was in charge of a committee appointed from the O. A. consisting of W. J Parens, past com mander; John McDonald, Ueorge T. Downing and A. 0, Drake. Mr. George T. Downing was marshal of the day, assisted by several aids. The procession was qnite lengthy, and pre sented a very pretty siaht. the old veterans and the young school children with their bright, young faces, making a charming contrast. The procession formed at 0 o'clock, corner of Colorado street and FalrjOaks, led by the Hons oi Veterns' file and drum corps: next came the old soldiers, following them the Lsdies' Relief corps aad Ladies' Aid society, and then the schoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMI VFKKKLT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jusri-h 1). Lynch. JAMBS J. Avsits. AVERS Si. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, 82.-. AND 225 W"T IBOORH HTRKKT. TELEPHONE LM, SIiItSCRIPTION KATES. BY OARRIUR: Per Wcttk $ .20 Per Month 80 81' M All. (ItICI.I'DINI] I'OHTAtm): Daily llkrai.n, one yenr . ISS OO Daily Hf.kai.o, all months 4 25 Daily Hkkai.d, three mouths 2 25 Daily Hkhai.d, one month SO Wk):si.y HsitAi.D, ■»)« year 1 50 Wkr,'. v Hrkai.ii, six months 100 Wrkki.y Hrrai.d, threo months 50 iLl.rsTllATßn llr.HALfi, per copy • 20 Entered at the postofllca at Los Angeles as 'econri. class mall mailer. ANNOUNCIzMIiNTS. Tho pApcri of nil tlfliixj iifiit mull NUhiirrl lipm to tti" I'aily Hrrai.d will hp promptly ilUron tlniifd herpaftor. tio pfltptM will bfl MQI to MihvTlbrrK by mull onlfmn Mm rritip. hnv.« hemi paM lor In 'I'l'fim Thin ruin 1h Inll.txihle. h. V. FinhrT, MWfpAPQt -UhWtUljefl ftfttlt, 81 Mr rcliftnU' Kitlifingi, Han Kra.u'iK'o, in mi hlll'i l ■i■•' 1h y' iii. 'IM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

GRAVES DECKED WITH FLOWERS. Memorial Day Very Generally Observed in Los Angeles. The Interest of School Children More Marked Than Ever Before. (■foresting. Rxerclsea at the Cometerles and Simpson Tabernacle—General McCook at the Soldiers' Home —Inetdents of the Day. Memorial day was observed in Los An geles yesterday generally, and the exer cises were participated in with an inter est that shows how deep a hold it has npon the people of America. The ueual observance of the day was gone through with, and it waa more gen erally regarded aa a holiday than ever before. Very little business was trans acted, the employes of tbe various busi ness houses being released from their duties. There was quite an exodus to the different out of town resorts, and the Bpecial excursions were very gener ally patronized. There could acarcely have been a fairer day for the holiday. The aky was cloud less, and the heat waa not oppressive, even to tbe veterans who marched. In tbe morning tbe time waa occu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

6 BPKOIAt, NOTICES. les can re or. XI talned al the following places: Spring ■nil Second, First and Spring, Junction Temple and Spring, front of Germanls saloon. Main at- Our sign indicate our address, bis 1.. llev ue ■ venue. Don't he Imposed upon by imitators. Bny the genuine article at tli* above locations. We'lire the originators of Ihe genuine Texa* tnmnles In lxis Angeles- 12 11 Hm ■vroTli'E'-TH X I.os ANGELES CITY W ATER XN company will strictly enforce tbe following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 0 and S ri'clock a. in. and 0 and s o'clock p in. >"or a viojatlon of ihe above regulation the wateT win be shut off and a fine of $2 will bo rharged before tha water will be turned on egaln. H 17 If SPECIAL TEACHBR8 1 EXCI R9ION TO CHl cauo and points east, ov-r Denver and Itlo Grande and Itocli Island route, under managt - menlofA. Phillips A Co.. May 2<llh, 30th and Jnne 3d. Office, 138 SL SPRINti si 5 17 151 rOLt'MBIA RAR-LOCK TYPE W RITERH Print Insight with g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

AT THE OLD SOLDIERS' HOME. The Old Boys Duly Celebrate the Occasion. V Great Number of Visitors Enjoy the Ceremonies. 'mpresslve Ceremonies at the Cemetery —(isa. McCook's Address—The Board of Managers Start Bast. When the first rays of the sun vaster lay morning gilded the walls of the Sol diers' home at Santa Monica it found Bveryone astir. An air of excitement »nd preparation pervaded the whole es tablishment. The old soldiers were anxionely getting ready for the celebra tion of a day which is the one of all the year to them ; a day which brings back the memories of bivouacs and battles and of the comrades who once inarched shoulder to shoulder with thsm, bnt now are lying peacefully beneath the sod, sleeping the sleep that knows no ending. Great interest is manifested in the memorial exercises by the people living in the vicinity, because the in mates make it a point, if possible to have each succeeding prog ramme of the day surpass that of those in the past. Crowds of people ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 May 1893

8 BRIEFS W.-atlior Korean. Roporlof observations taken at Lo! Angolas, May 30, 1898: Ime. Il»r. jTlmr. BH'm B». m. 19-95 r>2 J p. ra. an.ui! 110 I'arU; Maxtmuro temperature, 7ft. Minimum temperature, ft' 2. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weather: warmer, north to west winds. Fritz Savnnda end Ail Sorenson, two sailors, were brought, from Redondo yesterday and lodged in tho county jail on a charge of assault. The Populists will hold a camp meet ing at Lpng Beach during the last week in June. A debate will be held on the silver question, to which many speakers have been invited. The following telegrams are at the Western Union telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, April 30 th : N. T. Blair, Mr. Arthur Wateun. Miss Ger trude Hill, Mr. George Humphrey, Mr. Harry Gamier. Thn steamship Cortina of the Pacific Coast Steamship company will inniicn rate the Bteamsliip service of thai com pany from I'ort Los Angeles on June 2d, when she gues north, ut Ip. in....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. vm* rt bfstcict of soutm ■tVl CWum»XiA: PAIR V/EATH -oth WMkBICIt: NORTH 10 WEJT wnoM. VOL. XL. NO. 51. Reefer Suits,! Sack SuitS . . >THB LATEST AND NOB 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, 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 fffff~ Hammocks, i^S^^Sif' MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. H*UD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, INDINO FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL EM^CTk 00 *- SILVER MEDAL f-Mou^pLtogrepK. 0 bp * cimkn3 ° f mkcil. SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL Afm3TI ° ARKiNGI ™ 3 op " Four Medals Out of a Possi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

2 met the party between here and Ra venna, and attended to the Injured, IHTgRVIBW WITH A PASSENGER. While waiting at the depot last night for carriages, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Holden and Mr. Gorman were inter viewed by a Hbrald reporter in regard to the disaster. Mr. Wilson said: "Mr. Shatto, Hol den and myself left the city last Monday evening to prospect some placer iniues northwest of Mojave. We returned to Mojave this afternoon about .1 o'clock, and discovered that the first passenger train to this city would not pass that point until early in the morning. We decided not to wait, and took the local freight train. The oar we occnpied was a long ca boose. There was one passenger in the ear when we got on at Mojavn. Mr. Giggey and Mr. Hudson also got on with us. At Kavenna two other passen gers embarked about about live minutes before tbe crash came. TUB FATAL SMARHI'T. "Our positions in the car were about as follows: Mr. Shatto was lying upon his blankets in tbe front end of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. Great Preparations for Next Sunday's Visitors—Local Matters. Santa Monica, May 31.—0n Sunday the summer Beaton will be fittingly inaugurated all along ihe line from the Crystal Plunge to the Mammouth wharf, every resort having a special attraction to entertain its guests. The open air concerts which have become so popular In the past will begin on that date, when the Ontario band will furnith melody from the band Btand on the Esplanade. The citizens of Ontario, I am told, will be ont in force to show their appreciation of the honor of having their boys give the initial coacert of the season. While speaking of the free open air concert!, would It »ot be a good idea for the park com mittee of our board of trußtees to give tho Park of Esplanade a cleaning up? Fix the place taken in from Ocean avenue by reaton of the obanga of ourb; put all the seats possible around tbe stand, so that those who appreciate good music will have the opportunity to sit b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMI WIEKI.T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jos>i ii D. Lynch. Jaykh J. Avrnis. AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLIBURR3, »*8 Attn »*s v scar hkconw street. TELEPHONE ISO. a _ 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIE IT Per Week $ .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (IttcLttmrm Portaob): Daily Hrsai.d, one year »8 00 Daily Hkrai.d, six months 4 !«5 Daily Herald, three months 2 US Daily in- , . one month 80 Wxkxi.Y HsnAi.o, one year 100 Wkeei.y li re m i, all months 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months SO illustrated Hfrai.ii per copy 20 Entered at tho poslnftico at Los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of al) delinquent mall siibscrlhers telho DAILY Hkealp will be promptly dlsoon. ilnnnd hereaftor. No papers will be sent to •nhacribers by mall unless the same hare been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. L p. Fisher, newspaper advertising acent, 21 ' Merchant*' Exchange, San Francisco, la an authorised agent. 1 is paper is kept on tile In hi* office. Tni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

ROOT OF ALL FRUIT TREE EVIL. Prof. Wooinvorth's Lecture to the Fanners' Institute. A Statement of Pacts of Interest to All Fruit Growers. A Processor of tes University of Califor nia Delivers a V 1.7 Able Dis course on a Form of Fruit, Disease. At the chamber of commerce yester day morning at 10:30 o'clock an inter etting lecturo was delivered by Prof. C. W. Woodworth of the University of California, under the auspices of the Farmers' Institute of Lower California and the Loa Angelea Horticultural com mission. Mr. Abbot Kinney of Lamanda Park occupied the chair, and introduced Professor Woodward in a few well chosen words. "The subject for discussion today," aaid Professor Woodward, "resolves itself into two diseases, which are the principal ones which will take our attention. These two are of the great est importance, and are sour root, or rotten root, and the crown knot or root knot. "In considering the question of these diseases, we must first become ac quainted with tbe physical...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

6 JINK ADVBRTISINdI. J * • The most ritrect method of reaching the ; public and making known yonr * * WWW A r.N ■ TTTTT 88S8_ W WW W AA SB N T S 8 W W W W A A N N X T 8 WWW W A A N | N T 8 |#*f A A IS N N T WW W W AAA A N N N T WW WW A A NUN T . 8 W w A ANNN T S H WW A A S NN T SBSB Is through the classified ad columns of Tug llF.gAi.n. It Is cheap, brings quick relu n " and places the advertiser In direct cnmmuuica< tfon with those he wishes to resell. COOL A k-sS- oSS- II FTFII EKE t>l>l> C CI. AA S lIP II V l> 1> B I A A ' S SS U ' S SB. II IV II EE H >> eel. aaa „ S . She 11 '■■ " 11 OOCLI.LI.A A R SS S "SS 8 II W II KBIDDD A ODD I. VUll'QflgSß. A A l) n:. » I 8 " A A I> I I. KM T AAA !> 7) L P. T . 3 A ADIT 1.1.1,1.1'.KK T ''SS^ Inserted in the columns of Tne llkiiai.d at ** ! 5 CENTS PTR LIVE PER DAY. 91.00 ITR LINE PER MONTH. Special rate* for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing tn rent, boy or aelt property will do ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New York, May 81.—The itock market was weak in spots today but, generally speak-, tog, a firmer ton 9 charac erized the trading, and lna few instances the net gains for the day were quite important The improvement was due, lv no small measure, to thoeharp recovery ln General Electric. Grangers, though freely hammered, hold up well, and St. Paul, Kock Island and Burlington leit off 149% points higher than on Monday. Gold shipments to day and engagements for tomorrow were much heavier than generally expected and were used as a handle by the bears wlih which to depress the market, but except ln a few of the low priced stocks were unab'o to force further liquidations. The market dosed steady. Government bonds closed firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Naw Yonx. May 31.—Muney on call easy, at 2,r94 per cent; closed offered at 3 per cent. Prime mercntlle paper-6®B per cent. Sterling exohange—Sasyj bankers' 80-day bills at $4 851)84.86; demand, $4.8934.89%. Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 June 1893

BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Augeles, May 31, 1593: Imtj. Bar. |Ther.j Oa. m. S'J.siii 51 0 p. m. 29.05 62 | 100 i 74 1 jW'djVol I (SB 1 \vnggy Maximum teinperatnre, 72. Minimum temperature, 53. Indleatlona. Forecast for Bontborn California: Fair weather; warmer: north lowest winds. The participants and chaperons of the floral pageant are requested to meet at Kramer's hall, Friday evening. Mine 2nd, •t 7:30. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegtnph company's office, corner Court and Main streets, for B. A. Warren' J. W. Lancaster, Charles Griebel. The following building permits were issued yesterday: William Wright, dwelling, between Washington nnd Eighteenth streets, $2400; S. L. Rich ardson, dwelling, AngeleOo atreet, near Beaudry nve.iue, $1300. The feast of the hleesod uaerarnent and the first anniversary of the holy hour will be celebrated in the old Church, Plaza, this evening at 7:80 o'clock. Very Rev. A. J. Meyer of St. Vin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEIIPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 52. Reefer Suits, | Sr,ck SllltS . >THB LATEST AND NOB- wuiio j 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, 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 JJMI Settees, Chairs, MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. % LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. lIHLD IN MEG HAN ICS* PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. IS, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL o p\ T o^S o " p * cai * , ' aOT¥d<,>t QTT "»7"ETT? H/TITTi A T for mcht artistic specimen? illustrat- OIL/ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

2 BORCHERS TOUCHED UP HARD. The Angels Badly Beaten by the Nephews. An Amateur 1 mpi re Make* a Rank Decision. Tho Oakland! Robbed of a Fairly Won Victory at Stockton National Leagoo Games and Other Sporting Krenti. By th* Associated T'reu I San Francisco, June 1. —The home clnb defeated the Loa Angeins team to day, by a score of 13 to 4. Borchera was unsteady in tbe second inning, and was touched up for three hits, which resulted in six runs - He was hit freely at inter vals thereafter. Work was injured in the second inning and gave way to Knell, who made three fine catches. The game waa a long drawn out affair. The score is as follows: •AN FBAJNCHCO. AB, tt, Bit.S 8.P.0. A. B. Sharp, 2b (I 2 3 1 4 1 2 Levy.lt ft 2 2 0 4 0 1 CarrolUrf (118 3 10 1 Work, et 2 o o 0 0 o 0 Ibrlgbt, Sb 0 2 2 1 4 4 1 l'owar.lb 5 1 1 0 7 0 1 Bj'lM, 0 4 12 13 2 0 Magu|je, S.I 4 112 2 1 Balz, p 4 1110 11 Knell, e,t 4 11 13 0 0 Totala 46 13 16 il 27 10 S LOS AHObLbJ. AB, R. B.ir.sa.ro. A. B. Wright, of 4 2 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Restaurant License violation Case Fort ponad-Iwo Weddings—Notes. Pasadena, Jnne I.—The case of Mr. Marner, proprietor of the Keyatone lunch houae, who waa arrested laat Sat urday evening by Marahal Buchanan for telling beer in violation of tne city ordi nance governing the aale of aame, came np before City Recorder J. G. Rosaiter this morning. The defendant, through bis attorney, Captain Simpson, entered a plea of not fnilty, and by consent of both attorneys the case waa postponed for one week. It is expected that a vigoroua defense will be made by the defendant, and the outcome will be looked for witb much interest by tbe community in general, aad especially so by the reataurant keepers who served beer end wine with tbe accompany cheese and crackers. Shonld the verdict prove unfavorable to the defense, numerous arreata will follow, aa the police department is de termined to enforce tbe exiating ordi nance. Bleecker-Boynton.—The marriage of Dr. J. J....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY ASH WKKKTLT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. 'oiki'H D. Lynch. Jam its J. AYRits. AYERB &l LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, •23 Attn 2'jn writ ikcons stbert. TELEPHONE ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Wee*. • $9 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (litci.rnmo Pobtaoi): Daily Hen:.: , one year $8 00 Daily Hrrsl:/. lis month! ill Daily Hrrali>, threo month! 2 2ft Daily Hf-ALO, one month so WKCKi.Y H tr.ALD, one year 1 SO WttKxt.v HiKtt.D.ili months 1 00 WKKKi.Y Hkralii, three months 80 Illctuatrd HkittLD. per copy 20 Entered at the postofllce at Los Angelos as socond class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The pr.ptrs of all dolimi u<t > t mall subscribers te Ihe Daily Krrald will he promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to ■nbscrl bers by mall tntless the same have been paid for In advance This rule Is inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advcrttflUß aKent,2l Merchants' Kxchango, Han Krsnctseo, Is an authorised agent. This paper Is kept en fllo ln his office. ...

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