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

THAT HEAD TO FAIL VERY SOON. A Change to Be Made This Week in the Santa Fe Offices. Another Plash in Passenger Bates to Chicago. The Official Notice to Be Given Karlv This Week or an Official Change In the Santa Fe—Other Railroad Notes. The Herald annonnced exclusively on Friday that tbe head of a chief of the department in the Santa Fe offices was about to fall. This statement haß oc casioned considerable guessing on tbe part of railway people but very few of them have hit the mark. However, by Wednesday, the official announcement will be made and then the apprehension in certain corners in the Phillips block will be over. The official referred too employß very few subordinates, so that not many changes in employes will re sult. THE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT. Mr. Thompson, the new general pas senger agent of the Southern California road, will be here very soon now, and will releive MrrS. B. Hynes of that por tion of his duties. Mr. Hynes is un questionably one of the ablest railroad ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

6 J- lUT! ADVERTISIItO. -d • The moat direct method of ranching the public and making known your * - * WWW A Ml » TTTTT kkss WWWW A A II 1 T 5 S ■Ifl , A A NNN T B WWWW A A N N ft T s WW WW A A S* II T SUSS WWWW AAA A tf N N T WW WW A A g N N T 8 W W A I N NX T «„S W W A A N NI T SSSW Is thrrmgh the el«««lSed ad columns ol Tin: KtTU*©. Ii Is cheap, brings quick returns' »nd places the advert aer In alteel wmnnunlcs tion with lho»a lie wishu* to reich. tfll A A A r» M Sft »!!r i ', , iK" ,, !ri ) C t A A ~SS., "SS_ II PF II IE D I) COL AAi a4{a.3 Ii r HE W 11 v ' i.i i.i * a"s.s h 'W tip li IMBN A DDD i. PE«TTTT rt na„ A A p. D I ■ R T 2 AA p DE KR T "SS S AAA 1) HI. X T R i A A 11111) 1111 EH! I "ss" Tnserteri In the columns of Ttik HKttAt.n at % ; * B CENTS PER LINE I'K^ntY. BI.OD PER.LINE PER MONTH. I FpeoJaf rates for a longer period. * Persons wanting s!lu»flnn», help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will ihj well to ail vcrtlso in 'rlk TIRHAI.n. i i —" —-— '! <" !.»...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

7 A PETITION. My little grandson three ycrirs old Sleeps by.my bedside nishtly. Through the long hours of dark and frold, Dreaming, he slumbers lightly. He feels my lovo rtronnd Idm fold And in its heart reposes, Upon his hair a gleam of gold. Bis cheeks like damask roaes^. Oft through the chill nnd silent night I stretch a hand caressing To draw the blanket warm and light About him with a blessing. In sleep he feels that tonch so swoet, So lingering and tender, Turns his dear face nay palm to meet Witt soft and "jlad surrender. O God of pity and of love, , w Havo patience with 1 our blindness; \ Thy hand Is stretched our hende abo-re\ Warm with thy watchful kindness. Give us tills baby's perfect faltbl Whatever ills assail us, Help us tb feel in life or death .That thou wilt ne. or fail us. -•rCelta Thaxtcr in Youth's Companion. A MAN'S HONOR. Wyhdam leaned, back in his chair, re garding the saltant flames of the grate fire with hostile eyes. He believed him self to be particularly...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Ituraan. Roportof oWervitionn caltun at Los Angel is 'me*, 1803: , Time I Bar. iThor.ißH'mi WAI Vol | VCtoT'rn 29.8tii MS ! lit !nK 1 .Cloudy »00 pm. 1x9.911 07 I 7.1 IB.W 7 Cleat Maximum temperature, 75. Miulmum temperature, &7, Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; north to wqst wlnda. Wong Chnng was arrested yestertlav for selling lottery tickets by < ulieer Lennon. The men interested in the proposed line from Mojave to Piocho yesterday made a contract with a 'Ltjs Angcleh man for the fseding of all their working . parties for a period of ten months. This looks very much as if the road to Salt Lake was soon to be an assured fact. Anarchistic circulars are still being scattered, broadcast through the city. They were distributed ls*t night in handfuls along tho principal: thorough fares. Officer Bates was on the watch for the men handling them, and would have arrested them for vitiating the handbill ordinance, but he ass unable...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SO' fl- ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER ALONG THE COAST; WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 56. "STOP!" -:- We mean to startle you with the 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, 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. M EYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED ""-THE WINDSOR oceuptei less spsee than any other folding bed, snd can be easily moved from one room to another. When close lltla ai ornament to any room, having tho appearance of a wardrobe. It Is eaiy to open and close ls perfectly noiseless, well ventiia ed, nai ample room ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

2 clothing and shoe merchant, was seized by the sheriff this morning on judgment. Liabilities, $75,000; assets, $50,000. GRAIN DEALERS FAIL. On* of the Largest. Firms in thn West Fnrced to tha Wall. Kansas City, June s.—The Kansas Grain company which claims to be tbe largest grain purchaser from producers in the world, has failed. The announce- ment was made on the board of trade this morning that the company waa un able to meet its contracts. The an ■onncement caused great excitement, Tbe main offices are in this city and Hatehinson. Kansas. The officers here decline to make any statement of assets and liabilities until authorized by Presi dent Templer in charge of the office at Hutchinson. It ia presumed however that they will ba large. The company haa elevators in several hundred towns in Kansae, all containing grain. Tight money ia the canae oi the failnre. An Associated Press dispatch from Hutchinson, Kan., says the suspension was dne to the inabtlity ef the company to extend p...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Proceedings of tho City Couuoll—liocal Affairs. Pasadkna, June 6.—The city council mat at 2 o'clock this afternoon, all the members being present with Mr. Lukens in the chair. Ihe minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and all bills filed to date were referred to the oommittee without reading;. The rales were then suspended and Mr. G. A. Gibbs was given an oppor tunity to address the board upon tbe subject of liquor selling in the City. Mr. Gibbs presented a petition signed by 151 citizens asking thatoidinance 105 be enforced. In a short speech he called the attention of tbe board to the many illegal violations of this ordinance and stated that it was the earnest desire of the petitioners that the present abuses be remedied. At the conclusion of tbe speech a vote was taken, and it was decided to refer the petition back to the signers with the information that tbe council were doing all they could to enforce tbe ordi nance. The branch sewe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAM.T ANI) WKr.KLT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. JOSHI'M 1). I.TSCII. Jamis J. Ai sas. AVERS So LYNCH, rrm.i3nitßs. »23 ANI) 218 WRIST rlKttON") BTRS.WT. TSLF.I'HONK Inli. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY rtARItIEE: I'er Week v. $ .20 I'er Month 80 BY MAIL (Isu-M'nrsr. Post***): lvii.v llaatiD, one year. IB 00 Daily H KtiAi.ri. si c mouths. A 2ft D uly Bsrald, three sso the 2 2ft Daily Mr alii, one.tnenth SO VVk*iu y H skald, rtue rear 1 60 Wmcn v Har.Ai.'i. six month* 1 0» Wukkiy Hi:rali>, three month*. 60 )L|.l'rT**TKD M KRtl.li per copy 20 BntiTi-d nt the ponotnoS at Lo* Anscie* »» second cI»M stall raatti r. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The p«t <t« of all delinquent refill rnhperib"r» to the Daily MiraljD win «" promptly dli i ■ ■ tinned hereafter, No psp'rs will hes kaut to autocrine™ hy wall im »>i the same have lioen paid lor in advance. This nil,, in let! \n,n c. L, P. Fl«ber, newspaper advertislm; stent,2l Merchants' Kxihsnfe. H*n ffreuoiseo, is an authoilz'Mi agent. 'tm4...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

THE WRONG SEWER COUPLINGS. A. Broach of Contract in the Outfall Sewer Construction. Some Lively Proceedings in the City Council Meeting 1 . That Base Cart Purchase Causes a Pro longed Argument and the Flower Coupler* Will Be Far ther Considered. .'he city council met at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, and the fnll board was present with the exception of Mr. Nickell. President Teed occupied the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the city clerk and adopted. FCKPORTS RECEIVED. The city clerk then reported that 2429 licenses had been issued during *he month just passed, on which $13,580 was collected, and $465 remained on collected. The manager of the free labor bureau reported that during the past week they had received 156 applications for posi tions. Of these they had succeeded in obtaining employment for 141 persons, 134 of whom were males and 7 females. The city clerk then reported tbat The odore Summerland had notified him that the parties he represented have decide...

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

6 A I>V KRTIS KM X NTS. X X I The most direct method of reaching the • public and making known your X x W W W A FN N TTriT stags W WW W AA NW N T R R WWWW AA NUN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T BSBS WWWW A AAA NNN T S WW WW A A X N N T S W WA ANNNT SB W W A A N NN T SSSS 's through the classlfled ail columns of Tn Hkbald. ft Is cheap, brings quick returns, end places the advertiser In direct communi ?atlon with those ho wishes to reach. 000 I, A S SS K a RR.. II EKKIt EKB 1)1)1) t ill. At J "J "II X II r I) D C f, A A SSo "8R„ II IT' II S.E l> D COL AAA , !. Sill UK D I) OCG 1.1,11.A A"RH H b HB b II F RIUBH A pDO I. ERHTTTT„SS„ AA I) DI. V. 1 £ AA D 1> I. HE T "SR, AAA D DI. X Tom A A DDI) 1.1.L1, KKB T Inserted In the columns ot Tnr Bebald st X"" x : 8 CENTS PER LINE PEK DAY. i 91.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Speelsl rates for a longer period, x x rcrsons wanting situations, In dp, or wishing to refit, buy or sell property will do well to ml vcrtlsc in | nr. HKiiAi.ri. ___...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New York, June s.—While movements In the stock market were erratic again today, there was, on the whole, a steady feeling, and quota tions generally show net gains. Notwithstand ing numerous failures reported 'rom Chicago and the strained financial conditions at the west, there ls no particular pressure to sell here except from bear sourcej. They telected Mis souri Paclflc, Northern Psc;flc preferred and Western Union as special objects of att 6k, and these stocis yielded 1)4 tn \% per cent. The lowest figures generally touched beforo 11 o'clock, following which a rally set It in >hu general list. Favorable railway t aflic returns lor the fourth week and month of May did a good deal fostlmulate buying, but an important factor was the reiteration ol reports that th ■ current administration at Washington w»« about to make snme public announcement in regard to the currency question. Tho advance wulch followed waa c ,ual to ;<92 per cent a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Dnrean. Raport of pbiorvatlons taken st Angelas JpneS, IB98: line. Bar. [)T~m. 211 01 ) p. m felt III fher. RH'in|W(l fV7 00 i . W 87 73 |BW Vol I 3 iFoerRf 7 U:ie«r Maximum temperature, "!!. Minimum temperature, SB. lnrilentlona. puimrt mr southern Oallfwrnl*! r.iir weather; slightly warmer; weitcrly winds. The postmaster-Reneral on tho 86th of May established ft pottofflce at 'Dlnca, in the San Fernando valley, and ap pointed Wilaon C. Weddintfton as post master. The Ixinft Bench Cemetery compßtfif• filed articles of Incorporation yooterduy. The truttees are B. M. Webster, Ueorge C. Oillett, Alex. Miles, D. P. Thnyor •nd Charles K. Mitchell, all of Long Beach. On nex* Saturday nt M bVj.it 1 park the Roosters and Bank..- will play tho final fame of baeebnll for this seaeon. Both liitve won n ii«me, and this pros pective meeting ie to determine the chnmplonth'p. It ie to be oositively the last appearance ol tho two nines lor come time to come. The freight elevator n...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER ALONO THE COAST: WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 57. "STOP!" -:- We mean to startle you with the 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, 143 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. ■>■ uirfiftqfr BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY fcWJMfe WE»I ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED j ;jj FOLDING BED MADE. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED UTOTHE WINDSOR onenptei less space thaa any other foldlnjr bed, and csn be easily moved from one room to another. When closed it It si ornament to any room, hay tg 'he appearance of a wardrobe. Hts easy to open and close, Is perfec...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

2 POLITICAL AFFAIRS IN HAWAII. a Semewtat Calmer Peeling in the Mauds. The NoTfttioff Ineldflirt Dropped by the Government. Ciena HpN>rk«l« (IrMtM « Sensation by li. in»n.llnir the Immediate Pay ru«nt of »l>s 000 That I* Owing Him. By the Associated l'rets.l Honoi.ui.i', May 30.—(Via Han Fran cisco, per steamer Gaelic, June (!.—)Af fairs political bave quieted considerably during the past live days. The Nordhoff affair has been dropped by the pro visional government and though the usual number ot alarming rumors have been in circulation, the people have tailed to give them the customary credence. Olaus Spreckels created a mild sensa tion on May 2lHh by demanding the im mediate payment of $96,000 owed him by the government. The dispatches from Washington stat ing that Blount's report is undoubtedly against annexation, are believed by many people of both parties. Tbe an nexationists now e«y they will be satis fied with a protectorate insuring a relia ble government. The Royalist...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

Southern California PASADENA. The Mountain Railway—Arizona Char ley's Lasso. Pasaorna, June 6.—The Mountain railroad is fast get ting in ahape for active operations, under the efficient supervis ion of Professor Lowe. The personell of the operating staff up to date is as follows: T. B. T. Lowe, president and general manager. D. J. Macpherson, chief engineer and superintendent of instruction. A. W Decker, consulting and electri cal engineer. J. T. Wheadon, master of transporta tion and superintendent of tracks and rolling stock. J. 87 Mills, superintendent of supplies and excursions. William H. Knight, auditor. The company is to be congratulated In having secured old and experience railroad men in almost every case to take charge of the operating department of tbe new road. Under the direction of these officials the small amount of work wbich is yet uncompleted is being poshed very rapidly, and the official opening will be one of the events of tbe near future. Charlie's lasso. Arizon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD H.111.V ANIt IVKKKLT. TH« OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, josarx D. Lynch. Jams*.l. Avaas AVERS &, LYNCH, PDIILISHIRH. ass AJ»I> 32.-. wr.aT mkiminii stkkkt. TRUtPnOWF. 150 SUBSCRIPTION RATLS. By CARRTRR: Per Week ■ .50 far Month HO AY MAIL (Ini'Lciiinm po«TAtn): Daily Hkkm.o, one rear I*l 00 Daily Hriui.d, six months, 4.116 Daily Hrralo, three months...... ... ','.2% Daily Hrrald, one month *0 Wkkk i. v W Kit Al.r>, one year 1 flo WftBKLY llstiw.n, «ii months 1.00 Wxr.RLY II aR a Lit, three months 00 Illdstr ai BO ItsßAi.n. per oopy W Entered at Hie postornuo at Ixjs Augolcs as Second class mall mailer ANNOUNCEMENTS. The patters nf stl dftllnouent mall subscribers to the Daily Hfaai.h will be promptly rjtsOOU tinned heroafter. No papers will ba sent to ■übsnrllwr* by msil miles-, the same have Men paid lor In advance. This rtiln Is Indexible 1.. I*. Klsher, newspapsr sdrertlsltiK agi "'. Merchants' Bxchuiwe, Han rreneitoo, Is an authorised agent. This paper Is k...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

A WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH. And Wong Lip, a Chinaman, Fatally Shot. The Murderous Crime Committed by Quon Ah Moon. The Butcher Caught Yesterday and Identified by His Vlct'm—The De position of Wong Lip—The Coroner's Inquest. In the early houra of yesterday morn ing Chinatown was convulsed by one of che moat terrible tragedies ever reported to have taken place in this city. After stabbing a Chinese woman to death, Quon Ah Moon fired two shots into the breast of one of his countrymen, who is at the time oi writing at the point of death. THE CBIMK. Goat Hn, the dead woman, waaa pros titute owned by Wong Lip, the injured <nan, and one Tom Bin. She was kept in the two-story brick building on the' Miner of Alameda street and Marches eault street, part of the place being used as a lestaurant, known as the Chinese Banquet restaurant, and the other part as a Chinese house of prostitution. Quon Ah Moon, the murderer. It appears that the murderer has been for some time in tbe habit of visiting...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

6 J INK ADVERTISEHENTI, x * ■ Ths most direct method of reaching Iho ; I pttolie. and making known your a •« ■ ■ .... x W W W A SN N TTTTT HSBX W WW W AA N S It T M H W W W W A A S 1 S T H W W W W A A N N N T WWWWAABMsT T WW W W A AAA N S V T WW WW A ANNS T S W WA A ft Hjf T HH W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the els.rllbd sd columns of TIIK ■EBALD. It Is ehsap, bring* quick returns, •Od places the advertiser In direct cm m callon wllh lliose he wishes to retch. 000 i. a M KSo „HK, II iii it i.i'.n pun C CI, AA st v "'I "' 11 »' " " a I. a a "Mri H n tm„ ii if nit: i' i> 0C L AAA v an Jill oi t> ■> 000 Elm.A Aas Ms II I fiEKBDD*J A HDD I. I'.I'.KTTTT K SS s AA l» 111. X 1 2 AAD DI. KB T W SH 4 AAA D DI. X Tv m A 4DDTJ 1,1.1.1. F.BK T "ss" Inserted In the columns of Tub RbBAM) at X x : 8 CENTS PER LINK PL It HAY. 81.(SO PER LINK. PER MONTH. • Special rates lore Ringer period, 4 * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing Xi ren l, liiiv or sell pm|ierly will do well I" ad ...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Btock Exchange Review. New York, June 6 —President Cleveland's pronunclamlento on the financial situation and the extra session of congress was the principal factor in Wall street this morning, and was about the sole topic of dliousslon in financial oirclos. At the stock exchange prices ruled higher and assisted by buying orders from Lon don, Baltimore and Ohio rose Lake Bhore 2 end Weetern Union 1 „ points, Improvemeut In the remainder of tie list was !4 to IV< per cent, aud at Intervals the deaiiugs took a spir ited upward movement, which was checked daring the afternoon by a sudden advance in rates tor call money from 3 to 6 per cent, and by tho knowledge that Chicago and other west ern cities were making heavy drafts for curren cy, the rcsull being a decline of % Id 2 per cent. Tbe market closed rather weak in tone. Government bondß closed weak. ■•!■>'.,: V QUOTATIONS. New York, June 6.—Money on call firmer at 296 per cent: closed ofTdred at 0 per cent. ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Wftarliftr lltir«>»u. Report of observations taken st Lot Anicljs, JrneO, 1593: .">(">« Dl v;00 p m J'hor. |RH'm 40 10(1 70 I 111 'ol 1 <l'e»r. 7 Clom-l Mkxtmum tempera Mmii i lenipersture, 40. Indications. A>r«o»*t for Southern O-iilfnTtila: Kilr weather; cooler; westerly winds. The chamber of commerce received cherries, gooseberries, plums and al monds yesterday from J. J. Jones, of Palrudale. The members of tho Flower Festival society will hold their annual meeting today at 2 p. m. at 125 East Fourth street, at the Flower Festival hoarding home. The following undelivered telegrams are at the Western Union telegraph office, corner Court and M.iln streots, Juno (1, 1H9.'1: Mrs. Ann Lloyd, A. (). Lnnesclloss, Wm. 11. Howard, <>. A. Bernard, the Charles Wright company, Chas. 10. Langbam. Articles of incorporation of the Z, L. Parmeloe company were 11 led yesterday. Its porpoßes are to do a general crockery and glassware business. The capital stock is *fi...

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