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

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER ALONG THE COAST; NORTH WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 54. -STOP!" We mean to startle you with tne "beautiful line of $15, $16 and $18 Sack Suits That we are showing for the summer season. Just come in and be convinced. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 14:2 S. Main St. — EVERYTHING IN — Crockery, Glassware and China, Silver Plated Ware and Cutlery, Baby Buggies, Kitchen Goods, Etc For the Rich and for the Poor. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE GOING ON NOW. MEVBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST, J MOST DURABLE AND EASILY : FOf. DING RED MADE. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THK WINDSOR occupies ton apace than anyoth?r folding bed, and can bo easily moved from one room ta another. When closed It ;isi ornament to any room, having the appearance of a wardrobe. It is easy to open «nd close la perfectly noiseless, well ventila ed, Lai ample room for all nccysary ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

2 BAD PLAYING AND HARD HITTING Characterized Yesterday's Game at 'Frisco. The Angels Won by the Immense Score of 18 to 11. a Nhv Pitcher In the Itox for ths Booth era Club — A Magnlflcml flame Pnt I f by the Pirates and Oaklands. By ths Associated Vrr-ss.] Bah Francisco, Jnne 3.—The game this afternoon between Loa Angeles and Ran Francisco was full of bad playing and hard hitting. Baltr. was hammered all over the field by Los Angeles, Mc- Cauley leading the slugging with three long drives, McVicker, late of the Stockton team, pitched for the sonthern clnb and proved an agreeable disap pointment. He was bit hard only toward the end of the game, when he eased np in his work. Los Angeles won by a score of 18 to 11. The score is as follows: SAN FRANCISCO. AB. 11. li n r ■ A. 1. Sharp, 3b 8 O 0 0 4 S 1 HSOO 0 5 0 0 Csrroll, rf 5 1 2 0 0 o 0 Worx. cf 8 3 0 0 1 0 2 Jtbrlght, 3b 4 3 1 O 0 4 2 I'ower.lb. 5 8 2 0 0 1 1 Boles, o 8 0 1 0 .'I 1 0 Megnire, s.s 5 1 2 0 2 0 2 Vali, p..„ | A 0 0 0 0...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

PASADENA. Church Service* Today—School Trustaa Election. Pasadena, June 3.—Regular 3 o'clock meeting ol the Y. M. 0. A. in Strang's hall. Young men invited. Christian—Elder Stahl will preach in the Christian chnrch at 11 a. m., and Eldei B. F. Coulter at 7:30 p. m. The pastor, T. D. Garvin, is holding a revival meeting at Artesia. Tabernacle—Rev. Dr. Peck of Oswego, N. V., will occupy the Tabernacle pulpit tomorrow morning and evening. Universalis^—Rev. Dr. Conger will have something to say tomorrow morn ing from his pulpit about ordinance 195. Major and Mrs. Scott, tbe noted tem perance workers, will address a mast meeting in the M. E. Tabernacle tomor row, Sunday, at 3p. m. Meetings to continue through next week. Let all come to hear these good speakers. MB. HARTWELL ELECTED. Mr. Calvin Hartwell was elected by the unanimous choice of 114 voters to the posi tion of school trustee at yesterday's elec tion, no votes being cast for anyone else. Mr. Hartwell is one of oar most popular ...

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

4 U)S ANGELES HERALD DAILY ANII WKKK.I.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jos mi D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS 6c LYNCH, pnnußHii.Rs, «Sa AND 53r. WKHT ttCOONV BTREET, TELEPHONE 150. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Por Week $ .20 rer Month HO BY MAIL (Inri.rt)iNo PosTAoe): Daily Hkbald, one year ...fS 00 Daily Hkrald, six months * 2!\ Daily Hkrald, three months 2 2ft Daily ll««ALo, one month SO Wkski.y Herald, one year 160 Wkki.'.v HiKALD, six months 1 Ou Wkki lv Hkrald, three months 60 Illiistratro HKitAi.r., per Copy 20 Entered: »t the postottlce at Los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers te Ihe Daily Hkrald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be scut to subscriber* by mull unless the saino have been paid for Ii advance This rule ii inflexible. L. P. Fisher, nowapancr anvcrtulng agent,St Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is art authorized agent. This papti' is kept on hie in his office Tnr lIr.RALP Is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

I JAY GOULD USED TO SAY: I i 'THE TIME TO BUY IS WHEN EVERYBODY WANTS TO SELL." | I THAT TIME IS NOW, 3 Not only in the Eastern Wholesale Clothing Market and in Wall street, but right here where we are dispensing l>£ the Greatest Values ever given by any Clothing Firm on the Pacific Coast. | TODAY WE PROPOSE TO J | LET YOU INTO THE SECRET § tt*p~-- BMWHW»WKgw>WffiMWWHfMWiwiJi<iiiwiii l iMlMllllwilff ttttHY we are in a position to give you the best tailor-made Clothing obtainable at less than regular —«gg $M>~- t ■ wholesals prices. Last January we started a dissolution sale owing to the withdrawal of one of the H ( t j<g j J1 AflA3 A I lATIilllA) I A members of our late firm, and it was such a big success that by April 15th our old stock was almost wiped |MIAO Ai A I A"11T1A. I A L) lludSfy vlUl'II 1J" liOl 1 ° Ut ° f existence ' May Ist we took into our firm a new member, and with UNLIMITED CAPITAL AT | |j}|}(y(jlJ () \j \j j JllJl) O I OUR COMMAND went into the east...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

6 V IMB ADVERTISING. h ~~~ * • the mo*t (Urort mpthod of ronchlnff the ; public nnd maklnpr known yonr * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W A A NN X T 8 8 WWWW AA NNN t 8 WW WW A A NNN t «. WW WW A A NNN T sass 'WW WW AA AA NNN T WW WW A A ft N N T 8 W W A A _ _lt t S » W W A A B BP f BSSB Is through the classified ad columns of 1 nr. HiWAU). It is ehanp, brlnga quick returns) And placosttho advertiser In direct commuulca tion with those he wishes to reach. CCD I, A oSS K K SR, II FFEII EKK l)l)I> § 0f AA 'k BfiIIFII S l> D t A A h SS H h SS s II IV II EE D I> OL AAA « « X ull F H F D D 000 LLLLA A*Htr "SS" II I' 11 XXX DDI) A TOO) I. FFI'. TTTTuSSa AA D 81. E I 2 AAD j» L FE f "SS,, 'AAA D 1)1. E T | 3 A ADHD LI.I.LF.FR T B BS™ Inserted In the cxiluratiß of Tug Hl_t,rj at * "* 1 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. (1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. * * Tersons wanting situations, help; or wishing to rent, buy or sell prnjicrty will do well to ad vertise in Ths ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

THE OFFICIALS NOT ANXIOUS. 1 Entile Attempt Made Yester day to Enforce Exclusion. Cho Federated Trades Attempt to nave a Chinaman Arrested. mmlssloner Van Dyke Tssnes a War rant on the Filing; of a Complaint bat Dtstrlot Attorney Denis Decides to Walt. Tho Federated Trades of Loa Angeles made another move yeaterday morning in their effort to atart the government officials in motion under the Geary act. This time a formal complaint was filed with United Stateß Commissioner Van Dyke, drawn bo aB to conform aa nearly aa possible to the opinion expreaaed by Secretary of State Carlisle in his circular letter iaaued May sth. In other words they have attempted to find a Chinaman who would be amen able to the exclusion laws paaoed prior to the Geary act. The Chinaman waß found, or thoae who have the matter the charge olaim that the celestial whose name flgurea in the complaint can eaailt be proved not to have been in thia country the requisite 11 years. The complaint was taken to Commis sio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Wpntlier Roman. Report of observation* taken nt Lo! Angelea, JcnoS, 1S03: line Bar. jTber. Oa. m. 2!» 78 M [> p. m. »».7»i 70 *H'm ( W'd Vol m sk; :t Komi 08 IW 7 Cleat Maximum temperature, 7H. Minimum temperature, 64. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather along the coast; northwest winds. Capt. John O'Brien, an old typo and organizer o{ the American Federation of Labor, will deliver a free lecture to workingtnen at Council of Labor hail on Thursday, June Bth. An entertainment and ball for the benefit of the Southern California Tur ner diatrict will take place at Turner hall thia Sunday evening, June 4th. It promises to he a grand affair that will attract an immense attendance. The following undelivered telegrams are at the Western Union telegraph oflloe, oorner Court and Main atreeta, June 3: W. 11. Orilfln, T. C. Casper, Harry Veazie, R. 11. Hill, Rev, I. W. Doraey, F. E. Piper. The Security Loan and Trust company of Southern California filed amen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. ABOUT PORT LOS ANGELES, What the Opposition to a Har bor at Santa Monica Means. Advantages of a Beep-Pea Harbor on the Southwest Coast. The Relation* or Lou Angelea to Its Mew Seaport—A Thoughtful and Candid Review of a Vital Subject to This City. IFrom advanoe sheet» ot Columbian World's Fair edition oi the Illustrated Hkbald.] The establishment oi a deep-sea har bor in the southwestern portion of the state of California is a question o! vita importance to a territorial area, includ ing about one-third of the state of Cali fornia, a portion of Nevada and the entire territory of Arizona. Indeed, the establishment of a deep-sea harbor near the city of Los Angeles haa an impor tant bearing upon the commer cial relations of all the region tributary to the city of Salt Lake. The construction of di rect communication between Los Angeles and the great trans-continental lines which center at Salt Lake will be come an early necessity. JUBt now the most accessible poin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

10 bringing that continent into more im mediate relations with the metropolis oi tbe United States. The revolution to be created in th commercial geography ol tbe world by the construction ol that oanal will b better understood by a briel diiclotur of existing conditions. We have no con ■iderable commercial relation! with tb east coait of Asia. Citiaa whose great ness is founded and maintained by com meroial activity find tbat magnitude de pendent entirely on the intimacy o their communication with tbe nation of Kurope. Tbe existing lines npon t>> commercial geography of the globe con far a vast advantage on the commerce o Great Britain. To illustrate this, tak the principal seaports of the f'acitl states and territories at "A" (Han Fran cisco); its present line of comtnuuica tion with the Atlantic coast and Kurope is through the Straits of Magellan, or by Cape Horn, and when that commere arrives at the point marked "C," oft the east coast of fiouth America, it is prat tically...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

LOCAL SNAKE LORE Mr. John C. Moore of Otay, San Diego connty, furnished the National City Record with the following interesting statement about his experience with rattlesnakes. There has been more flction*b.an truth written about the rattlesnake, and by the public at large he is aa little under stood or appreciated as are those larger and more fanciful ophiological curiosi ties said to be sometimes discovered by convivial gentlemen in their boots. He is simply known to be a bold and bad reptile, with a musical tip to his tail; is popularly supposed to warn thrice before striking once; and, accord ing to paragraphs widely disseminated by the daily press, infests remote ra vines and caves in miraculous numbers, and is there slaughtered by the natives partly for fnn and partly for his oil, which is said by old women and other eminent medical authorities to possess curative virtues 'in an invaluable degree. It is likewise asserted that tbe rattle is a sort of calendar by which the snak...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS By L. BEHYMER. Tha Riverside preen of tho Houghton, Mifllin A Company have just issued "Greek l'onta in Knglinh Verae," by va rious translators, edited, with introduc tion and notes, by William ifydo Apple ton, professor of Greek in Bwartlunore college. The editor has attempted in this work to do for Greek poetry, through the medium of translating, what has been so often done for Kngliah poetry, that Is, to give to the roador, within the compass of a single volume, some idea of its wealth, and »t tli« ohiuh time to stimulate and guide him to fur ther and more thorough reading. The study of the Greek lsnt?uiigM would seem to be coming more and more to be the study of the few. Hut a ki-owlodge of Greek history, Greek an, firuek liter ature, thought and leeling ie the con cern of overybody. Fortunately, these things are not the monopoly ol Greek Bcholara. The Knglieh language now contains much excellent translation from the Greek, both prose and poetry, scattered, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

Nbw Yokk, June 4, LBH3. EFORE a great while a woman's I outfit for traveling will be aa simple, comfortable and sensible as man's. Never did women do eoniucb travel ing as now, nor were the conveni . ecces and necessi ' tiexof traveling ever made so much of a study at r they are now. The average traveling woman knowa that in any city ahe finda herself, she can at tbe chief etore fit hetßelf ont in a brand new rig, if need be, and not wait snv longer than to pay her bill and put on the tbinge. The traveling woman of today haß her wardrobe much simplified. The bag she carries is full of little more than clean cuffs, collars and, handker chiefs, and abeolutely necessary toilet conveniences. Possibly there is one very trig and pretty shirt waist. Simple anil prelly. Tbe traveling woman's drees is almost a uniform. The discomforts of the tailor made are recognized, and modifications obtain. Serge is the pet material. A wiry, tough serge like the goods made up for men. The skirt is snug a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

14 FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Kxchnnge Kevlnw. Nkw Yona, June 3—Lower cables frem Loadon and the failure of American scenri Ilea there had a tendem y to demoralize the local stock market at the opening thia morning. Prices in tha first few minutes dropped any where from \4 to lfi par cent. Chicago (las led for the downward movement. The di-dlna waa accompanied by furthor financial corapll eatlona at the weit. and soon after graniars de veloped strength on the favorablo reporta of tha Book Island and Bt. Paul roads for May. General Kleotrlo suddenly bounded up IS£, lo 70H, atlasulailng the general buying move ment, aad amaag ths conepleuously strong stocks war* Mew Pnginnd. Reading and Sugar Trust. Graagars and Lackawanna and Now Jtpaland reee 2n;i 4 on tke revival of ttie ra fort that the New York, New Havan anil if art urd Interests had stmuroS coatrol of the prop •rty, and Heading sold up (rota 1«>» to 17M, Bnrllnstnn and Qnlm-y advanced IK, Rock Island LM St. Paul an I Lake Bhor...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

| FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. 1 % How Some New Varieties May 1 % Be Obtained. e§ The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck z£ Farmers in the East. z^ m»~ By special arrangement with some of the leading seed honses of the world, The also been largely experimented with at the various state agricultural fairs throughout the S HERALD is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only 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 Longstanding LETTucE.-In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded Z^ \B "knotn i \Ti "°f T Giant mucn better and & leaves are firmer and more IB 1 1 r bX-mlum —% -ry slow to run to seed and withstands the heat better than any other on the Pacific Coast, and old as well as new of it. The ItS kaveS are CnS P dehCl ° US> , 3 S!L- only requirement is a cash remittance. Those who have already paid in a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 June 1893

16 THEATRIEL COMMENT Hon. William Jackson Armstrong will deliver his celebrated lectnro on The Russian Treaty and the Horrors of Siberia, at Turnverein hall, on Tuesday evoning, June oth. Mr. Armstrong was President Grant'B inspector-general of United Htates consulates for Kurope, and in that capacity had extended op portunities for gaining important in formation on the subject of his lecture. Mr. Armstrong's oration, on Siberia io said to bs almost tho fluent piece of ora tory ever beard from ou American (>lat lorin. It has been given at the recniist of Henry Ward Beceher, Ruv. T. De WittTalmago, Rev. Dr. Storrs, Hon. Ahmm Hewitt, late mayor "I New York City. It was repeated before the United Ktateß aenaie at tho written request of every member of that body.Robmt G. Ingereoll presiding. Mr. Armstrong's eloquence on that occasion viae ii'atra nientsl in sending Georgo Ken mm to Siberia to investigate and report to the Century Magazine. The Rev. Dr. G. O. Htratton, president of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST.. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER ALONG THE COAST; NORTH WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 55. 'STOP!" i i We mean to startle you with the beautiful line of $15, $16 and $18 Sack Suits That we are showing for the summer season. Tust come in and be convinced. « ; 9 MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. — EVERYTHING IN — Crockery, Glassware and China, Silver Plated Ware and Cutlery, Baby Buggies, Kitchen Goods, Etc. For the Rich and for the Poor. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE GOING ON NOW. MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY _Ar>TTTt;TFn FINEST FINIKHPH L' iB FOLDING BED MADE * THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED r" THE WINDSOR occupies leu space than any other folding bed, and can be easily moved from one room to another. When closed It Is an ornament to any room, having the appearanoe ef a wardrobe. It la easy to open and close, ls perfectly noiseless, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

2 WHAT THEY THINK OF THE LAW. Eminent Divines of the City on v * the (reary Law. Only One !*finis7er Ont of Five in Frfvor of Its Enforcement. l"*sr or the Clergymen Hold That the Law Ie an Ontrage, ITa-Cliriitlaa. like anil n% Violation nt Trea ty Obligations. A number of ministers were inte > viewed yesterday by a Herald repor*»r .n regard to their views of the <>earv sot. Fivo were seen. Fottr of tliese cinders ed the act while only one favored 'it. Th* point advanced by Mr. K'jod ol the Baptist church, that it is unconsti tutional, will be read with interest. Tboae who oppose tbe law do no, upon spiritual an»J commercial grc undri alike. A formidable array of reaeomi ar*) given, sufficient to turn alike tliv heada of judge and jury. Mr. Reed was the most positive in his denunciation c i the art. 'Mr. Stradley of the Southern I(lethodist church constitutes the ininoitity. He takes a practical view of the ma iter, >and says that if the Chinaman is a det riment, why, le...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. The Snmni'er Seaeon Moat Successfully* Opened- Note*. Banta MaWiOa, Jane day'was clear with a charming ocean breeze, bathing superb, orowd immense, num bering fully 4000. The music of tbe On tario City band as fine as any ever heard here, and we have had the best bands of this section play for us in the past. The Wild West show was liber ally patronized, as was the open air con cert at the Neptune gardens. Fishing was good and the wharf crowded-all day, and tbe cation had a host of picnickers beneath its umbrageous shade trees, is a brief epitome of the day. The sflmmer girl was down in all the glory of her ptquaut outing suit with numerous admirers, and tho dude who travels on his shape, Bucking his cans and Raying ah! was also down, and as we bave learned to put up with, hit idiocy we stood his presence. In fact, the inaugural of the summer season was an immense success* and if we are to jndge.by it the season will be a memor able one if only o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

4 LOB ANGELES HERALD DAII/T AT»I> WRRKI.T. THE OFFICIAL, CITY PAPER. Joseph D. I.yrtrn. Jams* J. Ayf.rs. AVERS &. LYNCH, PCBUtHIKa, t«3 AWI> SS,". WKBT IMOOMM BTRHET. TrtLKPHONR IM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY OARIUKRr Per Week * .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (IWOMIoim Poht«i«J: Daily llp.iiai.l', one year 93 Ot) Daily If Kit a i.i >, fix months 4 W llAll v ITRn \l.i.. three months 1! 80 Daily Mk w ai.i», one month HO Wkpki.v H.irAi.n, one year 1 Ml Wkkki.v lIgRALh, six months 1 lid wuiki.Y BMAtn, three months 80 li.H)»tiiat«d Hr.ini.ri. per ropy. iio Entered at the p-wtofnce at I.os Angeles ss second class mall matter. ANNOUNCKMP.NTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers la Ihe DAILY Hsralb win he promptly discon tinued hen-afl.T. No papers will he .sent to subscribers by mail unless the same ha," been paid for In sdvanee. This rule Is Isfiexib c. I, P. Flfher, newspaper advertising axent, '21 Merchants' RChattge, Hnn Francisco, is «v authorlssd agent. Ihii paper is kep...

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