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

Advertise Your Wants on The Herald's Sixth Page, and You Will Obtain Gratify ing Results. Be Fully Con vinced by Trying Iti VOL. XXXIX. NO. IOC. THE MUSIC BUSINESS of- George S. Marygold —and thnt oi the— Fisher & Boyd Piano' Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will be rood lifted a* the old stand of the latter at 121-128 North Spring St., —under the firm name of— Fisk Boyd ft MarvgoM —who will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. ttF~ T he atten ion of the riunlic is cp- tfully directed to till" m»g niHo. nr 1 eof instruments, and in spection invited. Fisher, Boyd & M iryg *ld, 121 and 123 N. Spring St., L h Miarele*. I "■■ ■■ i ' . Crystal Palace 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. ' ! The Cheapct and Most r Reliable Place to Buy China, Crockery, Glassware, f'M %Q*™\ Lamps, Gas Fixtures, J House Furnishing Goods, etc. Jte*V'< Oa Special Sale this week— English Semi-Porcelain, Decorated Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets S,u . Of entirely ...

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

2 oonaieting of 2i) delegates from eacli state and territory west of the Mi»«ori rivei, to meet at'some point in Califor nia pot later than rVptemhpr Ut next, and) discuea the reclamation of arid lands. Atnumbar of bills were passed on thirt reading, including a bill making an appropriation for the Preston Bchool of industry at lone. Atbiil providing for two additional su perior court judges for Santa Clara county was withdrawn. Adjourned. COMSITTBK WORK, The assembly committee on viticul ture considered thia afternoon Talbott'a bill appropriating $10,000, to send ex perts to foreign countries to import par asites and predaceous insects. The bill will be reported favorably. Tbje senate committee on claims has passed the claim of Dennis Jordan for work done at Feleom prison in 1889, reducing tb* amount, however, to $67,000. Tbe aseembly committee wiil act on it tomorrow. Th» senate finance committee has de cided to report favorably Ragsda'.e's bill appropriating $119,000 for the erec...

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

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Orange County Embarrassed by Its Numerous Tramps. Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Pomona. A National Guard Competitive Drill at Pasadena—Shipping Notes from Bedondo — Anaheim Notes. Santa Ana, Jan, 24.—Six tramps were arrested last night and received the usual sentence today, and there are now 21 prisoners in tne county jail. One fellow was brought over from Westmin ster yesterday morning and landed in the county jail at 8:30, ,He Baid: "There are no flies on them people out at Westminster. I was arrested in the morning, taken before a justice of the peace, tried, and waa convicted, traveled eight miles with a conßtable, and wae thrown in jail by 8:30 in the morning, and before many people had their break faat. I call that rushing buainesa." What to do with the tramp ia the question. The county jail is crowded now, and 20 men are crowded into a place where only eight Bhould be. The supply continues to increase, and the character of the trampa do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 January 1893

4 L6S ANGELES IIERALI) —— PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josepbhß. LWnch. James J. Avers. AYBRa & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. X Mtred at tin postoffice at Los Angeles as ■Vcorid-elasa matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At *Oc Pas Waak, or SOc Per Month; TERMS BT MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8 00 Daily Herald, six mouths 4 25 Daily Flbßald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, one mouth 80 Wrekly Herald, one year 1.50 Weekly Hbbald, six months 1.00 Weekly Hkrald, three months 50 lUIwIRAUP Hkrald, per copy 20 Office of publication, 22U 225 West Second street. Telephone liti. Notice to Mali Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papcrß will be seat to subscribers by mall unless the same have been t>ald for in advance. This rule is lßßexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L P. Fishes, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Praucisco, is au authorised agent. This paper is kept on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 January 1893

REPORT OF THE GRAND JURY. The Affairs of the County Sattl to Be in Good Order. Result of the Brand Jury's Investi- g-atiou of the Officials. Home Suggestions as to Possible Im provement a and Some Rather Ful some Praia*, But no Great Fault Found. Yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the couuty grand jury made their final report to Judge Smith in department No. 1 of the superior court. The following grand jurors at the time named took their peats in the court room. S. W. Luitweiler, foreman; Geo. H. Bixby, JohnChanslor, Samuel B. Cas well, J. ,R. Dobbins, Henry de tjeimii, A. E. Pomeroy, 1). O. Miltimore, Wm H. Russell, Fred J. Teale, Br., Omii Bullia, Oacar Freeman, A. P. Huffman and Gail B. Johnson. Foreman Luitweiler presented the final report, a voluminous document of 61 pagea, type-written, and it waa or dered filed by the court, and waa not read. Judge Smith, in discharging the jury, stated that he knew the general nature of the report and was glad to know that the grand jury ha...

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

6 ADVERTISING. .'; Tli<yinoial mreet mctlo.l of reaching tho public aod making known your * * WWW A W N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T B S WW W W A A N » N V S WWW W A A N N N T N WW W W A A NN N T SSSS o WW WW AAAA N N N T s WW WW A A N NN T S W WA AN NN T S S W W A A N -NN T SSSS I t through the classified ad columns of Tns HsftALD. It it cheap, brings quick rcturnt, and places tho advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. O fe X SS S !! f l ' f{ KB O D COL AAA , '3, Silt II R D D tWO LLU-AAW 3 SS s li F 11 BEE DDD ■ A nW> C F.KETTTI\SSo A n 01. X T a AA I) OT. KB T S BSj, T S HS S ißitwted WiP e columns oi The Hbilald at * * : 5 CENT 3 PER UNE PER DAY. : 91.00 PES LINE PER MONTH. : SayOHtl Bstes far a longer period. Persons wanting Situations, Help, or wishing to RenLJoy «x Sell Property, will do well to advarUaw in Tsi HsaAj-D. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. • ? ■■ Jiiii'M?'. Lis Angeles, Jan nary 24 1893, Albert F. Re.-rhcval, ag d 61 y. «rs. Kurmrsi from-resh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 January 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Rerlaw. Hew York, Jau. 24.-Tho stock market was Much less active today am? showed slgni of trowing narrower, being fnvertih and 1 regu lar throughout the day, reflecting the uncer tainty of the situation and the hesitation of operators. Industrial Blocks again becamo spe clal features of the market, though, as in rail roads, their final changes generally consigned fractional amounts. Distillers continue! to be the feature of the market, and in ear'.y trading It showed a loss of t<»meihing over 1 per cent on ooutlnued pressure. Iv 1* c trading there was a rally, aud it showed a gain for the day of % per cent, uaitroad stocks were again com paiatlvely neglected. No real weakness was seen, and finalchangps were im-gnlar aud for fiactlunal amounts, tbe market cloiing fairly aotive and steady Governraeut bonds cloied dull aud firm. There was nothing doing lv petroleum. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Money on call - Easy; last loan, 2 per cent; closed at 2 per cent. Prim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 January 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. -Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Anceles, January 24 lSi*B. Sfi.oHj ae iTccnK H'm .881 «8 I 45 IVdjVel; M W|l~|ciear. W ! 2 iOlear, > a,m. tem., DO; min. tem., 48. Forecast, Forecast for Southern California: Fair weathei; cooler; nonheasierly v. mils A match game of billiards between Fred M. Uuiol of this city and Thomas Gallagher of Chicago, for*soo a side, will be played at Turnverein hall on Friday evening next. The Young Tales yesterday defeated the Crescents in a football game by a ■core of 24 to 0. The Young Vales would like to pl»v any team in the city, the Young St. Vincents preferred C. Hoi book, 165 Vine, captains the team Stanton post and corps wiil give an entertainment and pie social Saturday evening, January 28 at their hall (Pythian Castle) 118 1 0 South Spring »treet. An txcellent programme has been prepared. AU posts and corps and the public invited. Admission free. Albeit F. Kercheval died yesterday al his borne on Eleventh stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

Judicious Advertisers In variably Employ the "Line" System. The Most Satisfac tory Results Are Obtained! by it. See Sixth Paqei VOL. XXXIX. NO. 107. THE MUSIC BUSINESS °*- George S. Maryp;old —and that oi the— Fisher & Bovd Piano Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will be conducted a' the old itand of the latter at 121-128 North Spring St,., —under the firm name of— Fisher Boyd & Marygold —who will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. gtgy The attention of the public is respectfully directed to this mag nificent line of Instruments, and in spection invited. Fisher, Boyd & Marygold, 121 and 128 N. Spring: St., L<»B Angles. Crystal Palace 138-140-142 S. MA 5 N ST. f'*J The Cheapest and Most • Reliable Place to Buy China, Crockery, Glassware, , jlp* 1 Lamps, Gas Fixtures, House Furnishing Goods, etc. On Special Bale this week — <»*i&lSs» English Semi-Porcelain, Decorated Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets Of entirely ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

2 the train passed added their mite to the general clangor, and what with the •miles oi -welcome from every face made a acajtAaotieoon to be forgotten. • ; ~ XUSPARADB. WhsQ the train arrived at tho Arcade depot a throng of citizsus waa in wait ing;, and Grand Marshal N. A. Covarru bias;; and hia corps oi efficient aids evolved in a few minates an orderly aToaitd of honor who escorted Senator White and party to the city hall, wher the exercises were to take place. It wa not! designed to be a set parade, bu it became a most impressive escort, as the long lice oi horsemen and carriage traveled the short line of march. As, Senator White came from tiie de pot Jie passed through lines of poiice men drawn up at the entrance and en tereda carriage which was elegantly decorated with a canopy of flowers Sen otorand Mre. White, Mayor Thou E V ojfah and ex-Mayor Hazard irade to set ; • and * he eßcort fell in behind, the r rocesaion being about a half mile long; Tl i? ! . ine of march WBB "P F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

ENGLAND ASKED TO EXPLAIN. Prance Sends a Note to Earl Rosebery. Information Wanted on the Egyptian Question. John Bull's Movements Regarded With Susplclon-A Royal Wedding In Berlin-Other Foreign Intelligence. By the Associated Press. Paris, Jan. 25.—The marquis of Duf ferin, British ambassador, has delivered to the French government a note aB to the increase of the British garrison in' Egypt. He assures the government that the increase does not imply any modification of the previous assurance in regard to the condition of the British occupation, or any change in the policy heretoiore pursued by Great Britain. M. Waddington, French ambassador !n London, has been instructed to aßk Earl Rosebery, British secretary of state for foreign affairß, to specify the incidents in Egypt which caused Great Britain to take the recent extraordinary steps. The French press continues to display deep indignation regarding the attitude assumed by England in Egypt. Figaro says France ought to retaliate ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

4 IPS ANGELES HERALD . published SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JoairH I>. LyNci James J. Aybbs. • AVERS &LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. Sntered at the postoffico et Los Angeles as KCeOtl-clan matter.} DILIVKItIb BY CARRIERS tit 80c I'ex Week, or 800 Fer Mouth. TIBMB BY MAIL. INCIXDIKG rOKTAOE: Daily Hi«u». one year $8.00 Daily HxaAEOi six months 4 15 l Daily Herald, fhree raoulhs <_> o 6 Wk Daily Bsbald, one mouth 80 WaUxLY Hebai.o, one year 1.50 Weekly Hbrild, six months 1.00 Vuur Bebald, three montbs 50 Illosibated lllbalu, per copy 20 • Offlce of publication, 223-229 West SecorM Street. Telephone 136. Notice to Mall Subscribers. W The pipers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Uu AMOBISS Paily Hkrald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No paperjs will bemat to subscribers by mail uule»s the same have been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. AYKBS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newipaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange; San »rauci«ro, is an authorized agent. Tlus ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

THE TWO MRS. RAWSONS MEET And Number One Hits Number Two With a Parasol. A Lively Scene Yesterday ia Front of the Postoffice. Mrs. Rawson Number One Denies Hav ing Keen Married to Carter and Saya Number Two Threat ened Her Life. About 1 o'clock yeaterday there was * tragic drama in one act and one scene in front of the postoffice. The actorß were two society ladies, consequently the scene may be termed a Bociety drama. The Btage property conßieted >f two parasols, one of which was broken. As Mrs. A. M. Raweon wbb tbout to enter the poatoluce building, » carriage containing Mrs. Lucy A. Rawaon and Mrs. Morris of Northfield, Minn., driven by O. W. Carter, drove up to the edge of the little plot of green grass which serves as a beautiful front ground to the dim surroundings of the postoffice. Mra. Rawaon No. 1 alighted, according to the statement of one of the witnesses to the scene and approaching Mrs. Raweon No. 2 exclaimed in a tragic stage voice: "You have stepped between me and...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 January 1893

6 ADVERTISING. * •■-* I The most direat method of reaching the pubuw aud making known your * * »T W W A. NN N TTTTT SSSN WWW W...-3>ii N». N T 8 S W WWW VI A > N N T » WWWW *AA aalN T 8 WW W W X A gN N T SSSS WW W W Ala A A N N N T S wwwwaSannn T 8 WWAAN NN T s 8 W W A A N NN T Ssss a through the classified ad columns of Tna Hirald. It la cheap, brings quick returns, and place* the advertiser in direct communi cation with thoao be wishes to reach. COOL A s ss BS ss S n FFFIt F.RB PDD CO L AA 5 II F II X D D o l a A ii fb- ii i-.R n n fi nt AAA g 2 S Kn X " » D 000 LLLLA Ay*SS s h SS h 11 F II BEE ODD A *DD L KKETTTTuSSa aa/d si, k t 2 8 ty» Si. ?• H ss s AKDDD LLLLEEE T S SS S Inserted in the columns of Tbe Hbkalo at * .ft : 5 CENTS PER LINE PEE DAY. 1 A jfl.oo FEU LINE PER MONTH. 'I I Ispecial rates for a longer period. ■ rWnan wanting situations, Help, or wishing fo Kant, Buy or Sell Property, will do to advertise in Th« Hebalb. I frit ir ; •'*'".' OFFICIAL CITY PAPEB. DO YO...

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

•teamer Pelican, under the auspiceß of A. R. Schafere, proprietor of the Caemo, Ijedondo. The Rev. John W. Ellis of Los An- Bflleß and of the Presbyterian church ie a guest at the Martin villa and has been spending some time at Redondo, whore he feela perfectly contented to remain. Among the gueata now at MaTtin'e villa are Rev. and Mrs. Mowe of Illinoij ; Miaa Maude Jones, Mrs. J. 8. Long, Munine, Ind.; Mre. J. A. Brazleton, Mrs. E. A. Woodworth, San Bernardino. Arrivals at Hotel Redondo today: A. C. Rudale, Misn Clara M. Thomaß, A.L. Young. San Francisco; Alra. W. A. Pile, Monrovia; Mrs. N. V. Kuhnen, Davenport, la.; H. B. Eddy, Dunkirk, TB. V.; Fred T. Periia. San Bernardino; Mrs. Henry Ludlam, Mre. J. VV. Payne, Mrs. VV. 0. Randolph, Mr. and Mre. D. C. McLaughlin, K. H. Wade, Loa Ange lea ; Geo. J. Ainaworth, city. Arrivals at Ocean View house: Lesaie Long, Long Beach ; Ira J. Loomis, L. F. Halkins, Los Angeles; N. B. Dickens, R. A. Korns, S. R. Dickens, Santa Mon ica. ARIZONA. ...

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

8 NEWS NOTES. TVeather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, (1 Jm-nsT 30,1855. Tlioe, | B»r. jjber. BlOOp.m. ' • Max. tern., TU. mm. * om " *°- i- l Forecast. Forecast for Southern Oalifornia: Fair weather: «llf lit changes in temperature; vari able winds. George Plimp died at the county hos pital last evening, from the effects of pneumonia. Frank Brown alias Gus Hibbard, a petit larceny thief, made an attempt yesteroUv to escape from the chair gang. He waa caught by Special Officer Howard. The only entry made on thn county jail register yeaierdar wasfor a vag from Pasadena. Tbe five Japanese were re leased on the ruling of Judge Bartholo mew in their case. There are undelivered telegrama at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Main and Court streets, on January 25th, for Mother Louia, Caro line Knois and H. G. Bradshaw. At the county hospital, last evening, George Flint became unmanageable, and was placed in a padded cell. He was suffering under a severe at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 January 1893

1» "! Judicious Advertisers In- | ': variably Employ the "Line" : ji System. The Most Satisfac- : ! tory Results Are Obtained j fi by it. See Sixth Paqei i > VOL. XXXIX. NO. 108. THE ' MUSIC BUSINESS «»- George S. Marygold —and that of the— Fisher & Bovd Piano Co. —have been — CONSOLIDATED, and will be conducted at the old stand Of the latter at 121-123 North Spring St.., —under the firm name of— Fisk Boyd & Marygold. —who will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. ©ST" The atten'loii of the publlo is respertlully direcled to this mnc ulflcent live of iußtrumenU, and in spection invited. Fisher, Boyd & Miirygold, 121 and 123 N. Spirillar St., L s Ansrele*. _____ I IUU"1 ■'«,!<" ™ >■»■■'.■!, j PUOEr SOUND FINE and """ I HUMBOLDT REDWOOD, -who will handle- Office and yard, comer Third street and Santa —, . a 0««n Fe avenue, Los Angeles. Tel. 9*. Steinway •& bons, 12-11 i yf Sohmer, Gabler, MRS. A. MNDENHA.LL, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 January 1893

2 addressed tonight by Max Popper in Cpport of modifications to the Austra a ballot law adopted by the non •artisan election board in San Francisco. Hoffman, Swift and others offered amendments which will be incorporated in a new bill for further discussion. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. Veterans In Soldiers' Homes Are Not Disfranchised. ' Napa, Jan. 26 —Today in the superior court Judge Buckley rendered an im portant decision in the election contest case of Stewart vs. Kyser. The con testant held that the inmates of the Yountville veterans' home are not legal voters, for the reason that said institu tion ia supported in part and is con trolled by the state; that the in mates thereof do not acquire residence in that precinct because they are subject to the rules and regulations of the institution, and if disobedient are liable to be sent therefrom. The judge held with the for the defense that every man must have a residence somewhere; that the veterans said they went to the Yountville home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Many Evidences of Prosperity Noted at Pasadena. A Fire and Other Events Noted Yes terday in Pomona. Downey It ems—Redondo Beach Bhip plnp; Notes—Redlands to Have a Sew Y. M. C. A. Building. Pasadena, Jan. 26.—Bain began fall ing here about 10 o'clock this morning, and ln,s continued intermittently during the day, with prospects good for a con tinuous fall during the night. The downlall comes at a most opportune time, and while nothing was suffering a good rain will do much good. The proß pecta of a prosperous season for our farmers and fruit growers are excellent. Tho amount of acreage sown to grain in Pasadena and vicinity surpasses all former years, every available piece of ground being under cultivation. A large number of young orchards have been set out recently, consisting of both deciduous and citrus trees, aB both Uo well in thie soil. What remains of last year's crop of dried fruit is being rapidly shipped ont of the country, aa the buyers wish ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 January 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD 1 rUBLISUKD fSEVEN DAYS A WF T '< . JOSBI'K D. LYNCH. JaMKS J. ATI KB. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. • Xotered a: the postoffioti at Los Angeles aa second-cioss matter.] DILIVEBID BY CATIRISR3 At SOc Pet Week, or 80c Per Month, TIKMH BY MAIL, IHCLUDIKU POSTAGE: Daily HebalDi one year $S 00 Sally Hkkald, fix montha 4 25 Daily Beiuld, three months 2.26 Dai »t Hibald, one month 80 *"««kly Hebald, one year 1.50 *irkly Herald, tlx months 1.00 ">V . ki.y Hxbaid, three months 50 Illustrated Hibald, per copy 20 Office of pnblfcatton, 223 225 West Second ■beet. Telephone ISC. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los Akubli." Daily Hebald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be seat to subscribers by mall unlesß the aame have been paid for in advance. This rule it Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Jranclscp, is an authorized agent. This...

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