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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 June 1893

Name and Description. Amount 19 degrees 24 minutes east 940 feet to the south line of said property, thence on said south line 220 feet to point of beginning, containing 0.00 acres SO 58 A strip of lsnd 80 feet wido through the property of Kobt Twe-dy, being 40 feet on each side of the center line of the L A T R, located and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the north line of aald property 3057.4 feet from the northeaat corner thereof; thence south 19 degress 24 mlnutea oaßt 1371 feet to a point in the aouth line ol aaid prortbrty 1900 I"et from the southeast corner thereof, con taining 2.8 acres 71 A atrip of land 80 feet wide through the property of Frank Cooke, being 40 feet on each side of Ihe center line of L A T R, located and described as followa: Beginning at a point initio north line of aaid prop erly lwoo feet from the north east corner thereof; thence south 19 degrees 24 minutes east 2285.55 feet to a point in the north line of the Downey • ' A Hellman tract 1...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 June 1893

22 Na Name snd Description. Amount 36330 los Angclea and Vernon Street Railroad company, In Central Park tract, 10l 16, block II . tfl 32 36233 Mrs Margaret Williams, In Cen tral Park die '. lot 16, block J 1 33 362.15 Mra Margaret Williams, In 1 en tral lark tract, 10l 17, block 1 1 88 36236 los Angelra and Vernon Htreot Railroad Compauy, in Central Park tract, lot 83. block 1 1 33 36338 los Angeles and Vernon Street . Railroad Company, In Central Park tract, 10l 3, block X 1 51 lot 8, block X 1 3*2 86240 M R Pleasanta, In Plnney trait, lot 40 1 31 30246 Ada B SUicker, In Nadeau Or ange tract, lot 111, block A 1 32 36203 X Bouton, In Nadeau Orange tract, lot 14, block U 1 19 I.es Ancalee Vlty. 36363 (A) loa Angelra Terminal 8 R (Si. 7.66 nilleaol raila, roadbed and rolling alork ... — 217 00 Lane I .or!, Olty. 3.77 miles of raila, roadlK-d snd rolling aloes 120 Oil smiiii I'aaadana filty. 1.91 miles ot raila, roadlK-d and mil. v stock 66 92 I'aas'lena I lly. 0.31 1 rails, roadbed s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 June 1893

""' ** mc , sn . <l description. Amount, section 1, township 6 north, range 16 west 80 92 p . , 48.57 acreß of land, being lot 2' section 1, township 5 north.' range 16 west 83 46.69 acres of lsnd, being lot s section 1, township 6 north. - range 16 weßt 92 46.80 acres of lsnd being Tot 4, section 1, townahlp 5 north, range 16 weat 94 41.68 acres of land, being kit 4, section 6, township 5 north, rsnge 15 weat 1 36 86.06 acres ol land, being lot 8, section 0, township 5 north, . range 15 weßt 135 89157 Mra Sarah E Harris, mortgage tntereat ln 640 acres of land, being the south 640 acrea of section 1, township 6 north, range 16 weat 14 53 48.46 acres of land being lot 1 of Bection 1, township 5 north, range 16 west 90 46.5? aerea of land boing lot 2 of seotion 1, township 5 north, range 15 west 99 46.69 acrea of land being lot 8 of section 1, township 5 north, rsnge 16 west 98 46.80 acres of land being lot 4, of Bection , townahlp 5, north, range 16 west. 1 00 4 .63 acrea of land ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 June 1893

24 ROAMING THROUGH WOODS. Roamlnr through woods In serious mood. Hearing tar waterfalls play, I found, almost In i A crystal spring, one day. Unseen ere this It mi.-iit hsvn been. And yet It clonrly glsafin il. Meandering oft l.i discipline, While sun rifts o'er it liennicd. And so n thought trt some careless breast. Secret almost and sure. Is found Whell Clod's rays on It rest. A crystal rli ulct pure, —Ldv. otd 14. L.i > uuicr tn New York Sun. | THIS HEIRESS. This is tho romance of a middle aged man—the romance of an old h< ,i I a- .; .. young heart. I am gray haired and 40, and yet aa I sit al my dork in tho gloomy little office of 1 tarman'i mill a face between my eye- and tho columns of fig ures in the dusty ledgers —a young faeo With clear, bright eve.*—and 1 fall ini-o a day dream and forgot that I am old and poor and commonplace, Sho is the only child of Jero Harmnn, tho millionaire mill owner, and as gentle and good as she is beautiful. 1 have watched her grow into wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; SLIOHTLV WARMER; NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 59. CAUGHT AGAIN! THE PUBLIC, With an Elegant Line of <if; "118 Sdoimer Novelties in. m » Mo Frock and Sack Si Our Children's Stock is Elegant. 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. MEYBERQ BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST : MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED '^tjßp l^ folding BED madb * THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED F"'THK WINDSOR occupies less space than any other folding bed, and can be easily moved from one room to another. When olosed It tsan ornament to any room, having the appearance ol a wardrobe. It Is easy to open and close, Is perfectly noiseless, well ventilated, nas amp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

2 CHOCK FULL OF HARD HITTING. v Keinarkable Ball (lame at San Francisco. rho Ang-PIH Defeated in a Lone; and Breary Contest. Urates Beaten ln a Close and Bxoltlng tianio by tho Nopliews—National League Oaraee-Oeneral Sporting Maws. ly tho Associated FroSSil San Fxancimco, June B.—The name >etween the Oakland and l.ou Angeles earns this afternoon waa won by Oak and by a score of 17 to 10. The game >as full of hard hitting on both sides, trwin breaking the const record for tho lumber of long hits in one game. The icore was tied in the seventh by Oak and, but Los Angeles again quickly took ihe lead in the eighth inning. A suc tession of shots gave the ex-Oolonels five runs. The game was a long and dreary iffair. The score is as follows : LOS ANUKI.EH. an. a. n.ii.s.n to. a. a A rlKlit. of 6 8 1 o 8 1 o Hnlen, la $4488*0 HcCanlev. lb 3 a 1 o 0 o o Hutchinson, 3 b 0 2 3 1 9 4 1 *leualvln,2b 6 O O 1 2 4 o Lytle, 1.1 4 110 10 2 U)Jim»u. 0 6 1 1 1 8 3 0 Iteel.r.i « 2 a o o o o McVicke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

Southern California PASADENA. i '"i Complaint About tbe Water—A Heavy fine for Baar Selling;. ; Pasadena, June B.—There has been considerable complaint lately about tbe quality of water which if being furnished by tbe water company, in - many cases a disagreeable odor arising •.. from it, especially when bailed. Commenting upon tbis, the Star of last evening lays thecanse of the trouble to the "efflorescence of tbe growing moss in the mountain streams." The utter absurdity nf such a state ment called forth the following from a prominent citizen: "I think the Star man has had his 'mind diffused' by some eminent author ity on tbe water question; or else he has taken some of the fine powder of the 'dryed matter from the efflorescence of the growing moss, which has been di luted with some ingredient that haß had a wonderful effect upon his imagin ation. I "Now, to come down to plain English that everybody understands, tbe fact is the dried matter, if submitted to a microscopic analysis,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMI) WKKKI.Y. THE OFFICIAL. CITY* PAPER. ossrii D. Lynch. Jambs.l. A vans AVERS LYNCH, PUBLISHEIIS. 'S3 ani> aan wmr hicoond htrkkt. TELKI'IIOFK inn SUBSCRIPTION RATES. IV CARRIER: Per Week ■ 20 Per Memh 80 tV MAIIi (iNrj.ooiNe PotTAOBDI Daii.t Has ami, one rear $S OO Daily Hsiialo, s|s months 4,lift Daily Hrrai.o, three months 8.80 I'aii.y Itkral.n. one month SO Wbckly i halu, one year j gv Werki.y llshalO, sis months 1.00 Wkr.itl» y if shalo, three months r>o ILLIKTRATKII HsßAi.o. pur copy 20 Euti-rcil st the p.ntoffleo al l.os Aukslcs as frond class malt matter. ~— ~ rJ * ~ — ~ = ~ ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all daHttquenl null s'lhscrlpirn o the daily Rbsalbwili be promptly dUoon Inned. horoaftcr No ospri, will be sent lo qbear!ber* by mail unless the same have bneu tald for Is advance. This rnle Is Inflexible L. P. fisher, nHwspaptr advertising agent, 21 istohsnss' Kxehango, San franetseo, is an 1111 •.! .- .I agont. Tbis paper Is kept on tile...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

THE CITY WINS A WATER CASE. A Decision Involving the Water ot* the Los Angeles River. An Apportionment of Water Between the Vernon Company aud Ames. an Opinion Which Involve* a Nnmber or Important Local Interests. A Synopsis of the Decision. Judge Shaw yesterday filed a long and important opinion in the case of the Vernon Irrigation company va. the city of Lob Angeles and H. M. Ames, involv ing tbe city's right to the waters of the Los Angeles river. It is one of the most important decis ions affecting local interests that has been handed down by the superior court. There are two controversies in tbis case, one between the plaintiff and the city, and the other between the plaintiff And A.XQ6B The contention of the plaintiff against the city is that the right of the city to take water from the Los Angeles river ia limited to the amount that has been heretofore actnalty neceßsary to supply the city aod its inhabitants; that- it has never acquired any other right or title than tbis ; t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

6 J INBI ADVaKTISRMKNTR. M>< I The most direct method nf reselling the • public ami making known your R ....X WWW A N fTI 11 88SS W WW W AA NN N T 8 S WWWW AA N N ft T 8 WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSHS WWWW AAA A N N N T S W.W WW A A N N N T H W WA AN KN T SS W W A A N NN T ' SSSS Is through the classified ad columns ol Tut IfraAi.n. It Is clresn. brings quick returns, and placet the advertiser In direct communi cation With thote Its wishes to reach. OCC I, A «W, a »\. II I'FFII F.KR DIID 0 t: I. AA 2 2 II F It F. D D C L A A N BS a K SS„ It FF II IB D 11 C C L AAA q 2 « 2IIF 1 1 I D II OCC EtUii a"sB k "ss" li X lIEHRDDII A DDI) I. FEETTTTuSS rt AA I) DI. F Tv " AAD DI, IE T ' AAA D I) L F T H 2 A A DDI) 1.1.L1. FEE T "88" Interted In Ihe columns nf Till: BMAtt at V x \ ft CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. 81.00 ''ER LINE PER MONTH. Sp.eial rates lorn longer period. R x Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing 10 rent, buy ot sell properly will do well to ad verllse In I'iik H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchangr, Review. New York, June 8 —There was a decidedly stronger tone to speculation at the stock ex change today, and an improved feeling in finan cial olroles generally, owing to a further de oilne ln sterling exchange, which put a stop to gold exports, aud more eherrlng advices from Chicago. The advance In prices was equal toii to 2 pet cent in the genera, list, while Manhat tan rose per cent. Western TJnion was raided at one time during tbe morning from B!}%down to 91%, but subsequently rose to 83. The market left off steady to firm ln •one. Government bonds closed steady. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, June B.—Money on call firm, at •98 ocr cent: closed offered at 5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—l>Co)B per cent. sterling exohauee—Weak; bankers' 00-day bills, $».85.'«H.8&!-»: demand, $4.87««4.87;.5. San Francisco, June 8 — Dralts— Sight, 05c; telegraphic, 10c. STOCKS AND BONDS. Naw York, June B.—Closing quotations were as follows: TJ. 8. 48, reg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Roportof observations tston st I.os Angeles, ft-nes, 1808: Tlmo. Bsr. I i;OOs m 20.W 1.00 p m. 20. HT) 1 HOff, B7 tlO 111 HK 7:1 W Vol j 2 iChtadr 7 |Cie«r. Maximum temperature 7R. Minimum tempi-return, 80. Inclinations. Forecast-for Southern California: Fair seaihcr; slightly wsrmer; north to west winds. The nnnnal election oi officer* of the Athletic clab will be held June 14th. Undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Telegraph company, corner Court and Main street", June 8, 1803: For J. H. Phillips and Una M. Adame. The train for the Eaatern Star basket picnic at'Vordngo park tomorrow leaves rermiual depot at I) a. in.; returning, leavea Verdugo park nt sp. m. All membera of the order are expected to come and errjoy themaelvea. Hannn A Webb have made two large (ales thia week—the aontheaat corner of Sixth and Spring, and 40 feet on Spring, between Fourth and Fifth. The pur chaser ol both pieces wan Mr. Abbott Kinney; conaideration, $(12,1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; SLIfJHT CHANQES IN TEM PERATURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 60. CAUGHT AGAIN! THE PUBLIC, With an Elegant Line of we owo Summer Novelties ii.' » ia 1 * 18 Frock ani Sack Sis. Our Children's Stock is Elegant. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 13S, 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. MEVBERG BROS. lftMyy}iipifiqfr BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY FINEST FINISHED THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED WINDSOR occupies less space than any other folding bed, and can be easily moved from one room to another. When closed it la an ornament to any room, having the appearance of a wardrobe. It la easy to open and clote la perfectly noiseless, well venti!a;ed, na« ample room for all nece...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

2 of the assassin's brother was being laid to its final rest. THB BUILDING I.ONO CONDEMNED. Evidence found in official records ap pears coaclnsive that as long agv> as 18815 this building which the government purchased after the assassin ation and used as an army museum w*s officially proclaimed by congress to be ;»n unsafe depository for even the inanirr ate skele tons, mummies and booki of the army medical museum, for which a safer place of stovj.ge was provided by an act of congress. But, notwithstanding the fact that in the public press and in congress also continued attention was cu'led to the building, the walls of the building and its darkness and general r msuitability and unsafety, it continued t> ) be used for the daily employment of nearly 500 government clerks in the pc asion record division of the war office. The building collapsed in the midst of a v ill-judged effort to remedy some of'its o elects. THE MORAL Or THE DISASTER. The moral of the disaster is empha si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

Southern California PASADENA. A Marriage Agent Arrested—A Fire -Lo ral Matters. Pasadena, June 9.—A clever capture was made here this afternoon by Poßt office Inspector Flint assisted by Post master Kernaghan and United States Marshal Jenkins, a man by the name of Burr being arrested for nsing the mails for illegal purposes. Some time ago considerable comment was raised in this city caused by an ad vertisement which was inserted in the San Francisco Examiner, as follows: A NICE-LOOKING, INTELLIGENT YOUNG lady, with some property and more In prospect, desires the acquaintance of a respect able yoang or middle-aged gentleman; north ern or eastern preferrtd: object, matrimony. Address Mis* K. L S.,box 333, Paiadena, Ual. Much curiosity was aroused over the mysterious E. L. P., and some amateur detective work was done in an endeavor to ferret out tbe supposed maiden, bnt to no purpose. The postal authorities, however, became suspicious from the large mail which was being received at box...

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

4 UOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AWI) WKBKLV. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. rossmi D. Lyxcr. jamr- j. a it- AVERS 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. •*3 AT»I> 825 IV F.ST SKCON D NTRKKT. '■ TELETHON!-: IRS SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIFR: Per Week • .50 Per Month SO BY M AIL (iNrj.en. mi r tv.E): Daily hf.iiai.p, one voar ifS.OO Daily HiitAt.n, six months 4.25 Daily llMtti.D. thrt-e nionthi 2.25 Daily Hr.t. o.n, one. mouth ,SO WritKi.i w Kitil.n. <no year 150 Wkksi.y HsiiAt.n, six months 1.00 WF.r.KLY HSHAI.O, Mirer months SO Illustrate!* H xrai.o. per copy 20 Entered at tho poatoflot at Los Angeles as second rln<» malt matter ANNOUNCEMENTS. The paporsof all delinquent mall subscribers to the Daily Hr.KAin will he promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to ■nbaorfbars by tnsll utiles* the mmi have boen paid for In advance. This rule la (nlb-v iblo L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agmt, 21 Me .-chants' Kxchsngo, San Francisco, la an authorised agent. Thla paper 1s kept on file In...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

THEY CAN SIGN THEMSELVES M.D. Pills, Plasters and Potions Prac titioners Get Parchments. The Graduating Exercises of the Medical College Last Night. Seven Tonne Doctors Receive Their Diplomas—Good Advice from Dr. Bridges and Dr. MacUowan. The Class. The College of Medicine of the TJni* versity of Southern California held their commencement exercises last night at the Los Angeles theater, where seven graduates received their diplomas. Their names are: J. Lee Hagadorn of Pasadena,Cal., Fannie Hutchins of Lob Angeles, Cal., Jennie Schrode of Duarte, Cel., Clarence Btonerof Johnsville, Md., Gertri.de Taft of Los Angeles, Cal., juawrence N. Wheeler — Monrovia. J. Lee ITagadorn — Pasadena. Jennie Slerode — JJuarte. Clarence E. Stnner — JahntvitU, Md. Ralph Willicms — Memphis, Term. Gertrude Taft — Los Angeles. [Miss Fannie Collins Hutchins of Los Angeles was also a graduate, but no portrat of tr could be obtained. I Lawrence N. Wheeler of Monrovia, Cal., and Ralph Williams of Memphis, Ter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

6 SI'atCIAL ICOTICKS. IToMi^EEKEB Ni' IN JV ors' Journal Reports of everything relat ing to land from fifty tow ns in Southern Cali fornia. No boom articles, but a conservative, honest record of progress, lx>B Angeles ofuce, 136 South Broadway. Send $2 for a year's subscription and begin with volume out in July. This Is the only publication ol its char, acter. Persona Interested in land cannot afford to be without It. Address correspondence to Edgar F. Howe, Redlands, Cal. ii I 2rn -| JUNTER'STE-X AS TAMALES CAN BE nil tl talncd at the following placet: Spring and Second, First ond Spring, Inaction Temple and Spring, Iront of Germania saloon, Main St. i Our sign indicates cur address, ills Bellevne i avenue. Don't ne. imposed upon by imitators. Buy the genuine article at the above location-. We are the originators of the genuine Texas tamalcsin Los Angeles. 12 14-6 m XyOTICE—THE LOS ANGELEI 1 [Tl WATER J3i company will Ktrictlj enforce the following ; rule: The hours for sprinkli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

THE JUSTICES' COURTS. J. CALHOUN EXAMINED FOR AS SAULTING HENRY HUNT. Bant Said to Have Been Stabbed In Two Plaeee by Hla Assailant. Minor Oaaea Which Were Up. J. Calhoun appeared before Justice Seaman yesterday for examination on a charge of assaulting Henry Hunt with a deadly weapon. The assault took place last Monday about midnight in a saloon on San Fer nando street. Hunt received two severe cuts at his opponent hands, and was for some days in danger of death. At pres ent he is on the road to recovery, but was not able to attend the examination yeßterday. Doctor Dunn stated that he saw Hunt for the first time laßt Monday night. He sewed np a wound on the left temple ex tending for about two inches. It was a wound which must have been caused by a ebarp-edged instrument. He saw no other wound. Dr. I. W. Stenham said that he was called to attend Hunt about 1 o'clock on Tuesday morning. Besides a wound in the left temple, which witness noticed had been attended to, he found that the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather ftnreaii. Report of observations taki.-i at Los Angeles, JrneO, 1803: Time. Bar. Ther. 5:00 a m 29.00 f>8 6:00 p. m. 89.90 67 94 71 Hit .w 'ol 1 Olondy 7 Olear. Maximum temperature, 7A. Minimum temperature, 50. Indications. Forecast for Southern California; Fair weather: alight change In temperature; west erly wlnda. Count andConntess Van Webber leave for Denmark today. The attention of consumers of the City Water company ie called to the notice regarding contractors published in thiß paper. The Liberal Progressive union will give an entertainment at Turner hall, next Monday evening. An excellent musical programme has been arranged, •nd at its conclusion a ball will follow. The University Baseball clnb will cross bats with the A. C. Aroet nine at the First-street grounds this, Saturday, afternoon. The Universities will play as follow": Farley, c.; Tyler, p.; Cleve land, lb.; Buskirk, 2b.; Hart, ss.; Wil son, 3b.; Moore, lf.; Roberta, cf.; Van Horn, rf. The follow...

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