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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

CHILDREN'S DAY IN CHURCHES. Interesting Services Yeaterday Throughout the City. Beautiful Decorations and Special Sermons for the Little Ones. Kcr. Dr. Clark Deserlbes the San Fran cisco Bplecopallan Debate Orer the Assistant Bishop Question. Tho services in a large number of the churches yesterday were devoted to the children. It was the event known as children's day, which is annually cele brated at tbia time. The sermons were so worded as to en able the small children to grasp the various ideas and were also interspersed with various little Btories pleasant to the juvenile heart. The children also took part in the exercises, either by singing hymns or reciting selections. The churohes were all neatly dec orated, some with flowerß and some with flags. In the Methodist churchß the day was entitled Columbian day and the talks were in part upon the event r\nd its significance. FIBST PRESBYTERIAN. This church was crowded to the doors yeßterday morning, the event being the exercises fo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

6 J INK ADVERTISRMKNTS. * x • The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your X , X W W W A NN N TTTTI' RRSS W WW W AA N* NT 8 8 WWWW AA SNN T 8 WWWW A A N N N T N WWWW A A Sffg T RSSS WWWW A AAA N N N 1 8 WW WW A A N f> 9 T 8 W W A AN SJ T » s , W W A AN 8N T SRSS Is throngh the clnsslNed sd columns of Tltr Hr.RAl.o. It Is cheap, bring, quick returns, and places the ndvertiser in litrert communi cation with those he wishes lo reach. COO L A «8R« .SI,. II FEE It KF.B DI)P C 0 L AA 5 3'II I' II X 1> l> C I, A A NSu II ll' I' EE D Ii CC l AAA s 2 s 511 i' Hi' I) l> CCIi I.I.LLA A S SS N S SS S II I' II Pi Pi X HDD A DDI) I. EEETTTT.RS, AA Tf 11. E I J XA I) DI. EX T "88„ BA A nill, ft I X 3 A A 1)1)1) L 1,1.1. ERE T V Inserted in the columns of Tag IlKirAl.n at x x • 6 CENTS PER LIXK PER DAY BLIIO PER I.INK PER MONTH, j Speelnl rates for n longer period. x ■■■ a fieri aa, MITICS.A. REALTY - A IfoMESKKK Kits' AN D INVEKI ors' Jourvtiil Rcporlsol cverythl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

THE GINGHAM UMBRELLA. Away In ono corner of grandmother's hall A gingham umbrella banes on the wall. Its ribs are all broken ana covered with dust; jtj* frame is quite bent and tarnished with rust, 'It's n Bingham umbrella, a time worn umbrella, jthat dear old umbrella that hangs on the wall. have I gazed on thfs rolic of time, ■As fond remcmbranoe clings to my mind, When a curly head hoy, near my grandmoths Jd er'B sidy, s hr the folds of the umbrella my face I wonld hide. In that gingham umbrella, that time worn um brella, that dear old umbrella tha, hangs In tho hall. In rain and in sunshine, in tempest or storm. This glnghnm umbrella would shelter my form. » loaned to a friend—now this la a fact— strange, but trne. It wonld always come bftch; That gtnrrhnm umbrella, that time worn nm brello. That dear old umbrella that hangs In tho hall. But Time, tho destroyer of all things thaterlst. The gingham umbrella this law can't resist. Its form will soon crumble with the dust of the pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Roportof observations taken st Los Angelos, Jrnell. MM) Time. B»r. Ther.jKII'm W'rl Vol | ftiooe m ».|7 Bfl I 07 BR 1 mm- 6:00 p. in. __\ <>» I 80 W 8 [0l<;»r. Maximum t-iperatnrc, 74. Minimum temperature, 55. Ind lon tions. Forecast for Bonthorn California! Fair weather: slight changes In temperature; north to west winds. The New York bakery corner of Sixth and SpTing discharged their union men, and put in a non-union crew last night. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner o[ Court and Main atreete, June 10, 1893, for W. P. Bliet, H. Francis, Charlee F. Wade, M. D., George Lang, A. J. Stev ens, A. B. Hubble, John Gilliton, Peter E. Olivae, Wm. Lemos, George T. Cakely. Laat call. The Liberal and Progreeaive anion invitee you to attend their con cert and ball this evening at Turner hall. The concert will be tine, the mnaic grand. Tickets 25 cents, for Bale •t Vollmer'e crockery atore, 116 South Spring Btreet; also at Southern Cali fornia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARfIER; NORTH TO WBST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 63. CAUGHT AGAIN! THE PUBLIC, i With an Elegant Line of (ir o Jin Simner Ncvetties in." 1 W Frot ani Sack». Our Children's Stock is Elegant. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. JUST RECEIVED, A New and Elegant Line of Artistic I! GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTDRKS. ] We show the best assortment on the coast at the LOWEST PRICES. Special Inducements Offered at Present MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED j - ruLuiwu unit MAUki. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THE WINDSOR occupies less 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 appearance of a wardrobe. It Is easy to open and close, la perfectly nolsrdeas, well ventlla ed, uas ample room for all neees.ary bedding, which Is ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

2 wounded in the leg. He waa brought to thie place and had his wounds dressed. THK WOI.KOEn OFFICER. Fred Jackson, an officnr from Nevada, ia the wounded man. He had been in the mountains for several days with United States Marshal Gard and deputy Sheriff Rapelje of Fresno county, hunt ing for the bandits. They were accom panied by Tom Burns, who waa with Black when he was shot at Camp Bad ger. Wearied with their tramping about the mountains they spent Sunday in a vacant cabin in the locality mentioned and slept the greater part of the time. A little before sunset Rapelje ob served through the rear door the out laws coming toward the house from a hill beck of the place. Sontag- was in the lead with a rifle and ehotuuu, and Evans carried a rifle only. Burns and Gard were atill asleep, and they were at once awakened, and, seizing their arms, prepared for a tight. THE BNCOI'NTBB COMMENCES. The men passed out of the front door of the house and as they passed to the rear, Sontag saw Rape...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

Southern California SANTA ANA. A School Reception—A Wedding;— The Supervisors— Notes. Santa Ana, Jnne 12.—Tbe reception given by the class of '93 of the Santa Ana high school in entertainment of Prof, and Mra. F. E. Perham and Miss Williams, laßt Saturday evening, was a very pleasant affair. The parlors of the Brunswick hotel were crowded. Strains of music mingled with the cheerful hum of conversation. The only regret at tached to the occasion was that felt over Mrs. Perham's absence. She is visiting her old home in Massachusetts. A WEDDING. The marriage of Mr. Alfred T. Clothier and Miss Maud L. Stein was solemnized in St. Paul's chnrch, Tustin.at 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The marriage cere mony of the Episcopal church was made impressive by Rev. G. E Robinson. Misses Alice Stein and Maud Tower were bridesmaids, and Mr. George Clothier, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Only those immediately connect ed with the young people were present at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Olo...

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

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKI.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, josnii D. Ly at ii. J.tM(*J. Avaaa AVERS Sc LYNCH, I'Uni.IBHEKS. aa.i and tar, wk*t nruund stbkkt. TILEPHOFIS lIVB SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week. 8 .50 Per Men fit 80 BY MAIL (Iw<liidin i PoatauaH Daily Hr.rui.n, one rear f * 00 Daily Hkkm.i,, .ii months 4.2 ft Daily Hkkai.d. three mouths H.W Daily IlKSA'.nfoue month JO Waaaxy ►•hhalii, oneyusr l 60 Wrsßt.v ll»ii*..o, six months 1.00 Wr.EKLY HIBALD, three mouths 60 ILLtr\TRATKD lisitt i.n. per oopy .90 Xntered «t the postofflee nt I/>» Auki.lcs ss aecond clsas msl I matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The nepers ol sll delinquent mail inhscrlbsrs to the Daily llksai.ii will tn- promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will he sent, 10 subscribers by majl unfes* the tmn* have been paid for la advance. This role Is lnllc.vlblo L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, '21 Merchsht*' Exchange, Han Frsncisce, Is sit authorised sgcnl. This paper Is kept on ille in h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

TANGLEFOOT AND SURVEYORS. Tho Combination Causes a Dis cussion in the City Council. A. Now Ofliee Created for afltfilk and Meat Inspector. A Oinitraetor Warned Not to Monkey With Cement — The sixth-Street Opening — First-Street Widening. _____ The city council met at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, and tbe fnll board waa present with the exception of Mr. Peasel. Preaident Teed occupied the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the city clerk and adopted. REPORTS OF RECEIPTS. City Justice Austin reported haying collected iflOl 25 in fees during May, and City Justice Seaman reported collecting $61.25 in fees during the same month. The building auperintendent reported the collection of $152.10 during May aa fees for building permits. PARK TREKS. The park commissioners asked for $600 to be applied to the watering of the young trees recently planted by tbem in Klyeian park, to the number of 40,000. Tha motion wae referred to the finance committee. FIRE DEPARTMENT MATTBRB. Aii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

6 JINK ATtVKRTISBMKNTB. • Ths most direct method ef reaching the public snd making! known your X .--.X W W W A b*( N TTTIT BSSS WWW W AA b N N T R S W WW W AA NNN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNK ,f HSSS WWWW AAA A N N NT B WW WAV A ANN ■ T II W WA ANNNT BB W W A A N NN I RSSS Is through tho classified sd aolamni of Tna HIJtAU). It is cheep, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct ei'intnuni cation with those he wishes to-reach. 000 L A S KS U „SH,. II CFFIf UF.F. DDI) OOL AA S v "II V H b D D .0 L A A "S.S„ "«S„ II IT II I X D II 0 CI, AAA X v v glt F II P. D D OCC LI.LLA h SS s II V II K.I'.K DDI) A HDD T, PEE 1 rrT.RS. AA II DI. F. I s ' AAD l> I, CF. T *H H AAA DDI, E I H h A A Did) CUiLMM T "SS" Inserted lyi the columns of Tun II kiiai.u iit ■ x ' 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. 1 Special rales for a longer period. X ' ~~. X Pei'sotiß wanting sllnaiioiis, help, or wishing to rent, huv or sell property will do well lo ad vertise In Tiif I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Bxehanse Rsvlew. Haw York, June 12—The week oponed with comparatively quiet markets at tbe stock exebauge The bears aegan a raid soon, and the promptness with which stocks yielded osuiel many small traders, who bought on closing days laat week, to sell out. There was little iv tho way of news to effect speculation adversely. In lati afternoon dealings a steadier feeling prevailed. The market closed qulot and tolerably firm. Upvtnment bonds closed weaker, si inky ttcoraTiosH. Ntw York, June 12 —Money on oall, firm at 3 lo 7 per cent, oluted nlfertd at 3 per Cent. Prime mercantile p»per—6uJß per cent. Bterlipg exohanso—Easv: bankers' UO-day bills,fff 84»iii»4.85: demand, *4 BiiK!»4.B6H. Ban Fuamcisco, June 12 —Drafts—dlght,o3o; te.egraphlc, 10c. STOCKS Attn RONDS. New Yoek, June 12. -Closing quotation! wern as follows: V. 8. 4a, reg 110 North American. 8% do coupon 11l Northwestern 10(1 0.8. 2s regular.. 98 donrelerredl.... 135 Paclßc Os lOiili ». Y. Central.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

8 BRIEFS. V 111 w Weather Bureau, litoportof nbicrvallous taken nt I.oi Angeles, Jrne 12, UtWi Tlnu'. M.ir. , 1 her. ., pi — - iiMa m Mini BR 00 p m. 19.89] <li! I ir w 4 iFoKPy. 0 |()iu»r. itfaxtniurn temperature, 70. Minimum temperature, 57. Rainfall past 24 hour*, .08. Kalufali for season, 20.2 M. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmea; north to watt winds. Professor H. J. Kramer liafl issued cards tn a closing reception at hia acad emy, 139 West Fifth Btreet, on next Fri day evening. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets, Juno 12, 181)3, for Willie Wragg, O. P. Tratt, W. T. Graves, Whithod. Tbe various diplomas and certificates will be presented tonight %\ the I,or Angeles school of art and design. The school is in the chamber of commorce building over the Mott. market, and is reached by going through the large ex hibit hall and turning into the firut door to the left. One of the finest show ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. Absolutely Harmless ■—Pearlinc. That is, to everything except dirt. Anything that can be washed at all j N » vk can * c c nurt by **• r » Tw C ' \rj=r But that ' s onl y one of its merits. If that were all, li> r it $i* ,< — Pearline would be bet- I U. \ \r 1 tert i an soa P* Add to / /\\ \^S ' tS n ? no harm, that it J /V ) //*"" t .r s^-^rr saves it, by doing away I / \ fe. with the rub, rub, rub / IF 2 " iat wears things out; that it saves labor, SrL time an °* mone y' artc * y et costs no more than common soap—then you wonder, not that millions of women.do use Pearline, but that there are any who don't. I Peddlers and some unscrupulous procers will tell you " this "«s Rood as "or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE— V / CvJL Pearline ii never peddled; if your procer sends you an imitation, he honest— send it back. 3ai TAMFS PYT P. h>w York. WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG! 713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California. "Skillful cure Increases longevi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

10 Delinquent Assessment Book PROPERTY OF LOS ANGELES CITY FOR THE YEAR 1892-1893. Assessed to All Owners When Known, and When Unknown to Unknown Owners. MORTGAGES. B No. Nsmo snd Description. Amount I) Baldwin, Hannah A, Interest by reason ol mortsge given hy Margaret Goodwin lor the sum of $600, recorded In book 320, pago 88, ol mortgages, records ol Los Angeles county, cali lornla, lot 23, block 0, West Bonnie Brse tract BO 05 94 Bolander, Amelia, Interest hy reason of mortgage given by Then and Annie M Risen for the sum of $2000, recorded In bonk 275, page 14, ol mort gages, records of lx>s Angeles county, California, lot 6, block A, Trust tract 82 00 Dfl Rood, Oliver 8, (trustee), Inter est ny resson of mortgage given by A F Kendall lor the sum of 9800, recorded In book 218, page Hi, of mortgages, records of Ixis Angeles county, Califor nia, lot 2, block F, Moors A Kel leher's subdivision of lot 0, block lit), 11 8. 6 03 108 Boyuton. 11 M P, Interest hy reas on of Mortgage g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

■ i So. Name snd Description. Amount by Griffin tract, west by Wells street, and personal property.... $4 78 608 Griffin. Mr«. f, 11, Park tract, lot 10, block F 1 03 612 Griffin, T N, Workmsn A Hollen beck tract, lot 6 18 71 642 Gross, A. Ela View tract lot 5, block F 60 Lot 6, blook F 60 Lot 33, block 8 60 Lot 84, block 8 60 Lot 3ft, block 8 _ 60 Lot 36, blocks . .. 60 847 Orosvanor, Frederics, Angeleno Heights, lot 11, block 27 2 10 407 Guenett, Malvena,Kuhrt's Bridge traot, lot 36, block 4 98 Ixit 37, block 4 98 881 Guir4do. B, Woolen Mill tract, north 20 feet lot 18, block 8 ... 1 5T 685Guirado, R C, Mead A Dalton tract, lot 39, block D 1 30 Lot 40, block D , 136 H 87 Httlzlip, M, Chllds Heights tract lot 12, block 7 70 61 Hall, A J, Ela Hill tract, lot 14, block 0 2 68 66 Hall, John, Damon A Millard sub division, Shaw tract, lot 12, block 5, snd personal property 10 89 71 Hall, J J, Norton tract, lot 3, block 1 60 Lot 4, block I 60 Ixit ft, block 1 60 Lot 9, block 1 60 93 Bamb...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 June 1893

12 No. Namo and Description. Amount Lot 17. bio. k Wi *0 61 650 Buggies, c S, Ix.s Angeles Im provement company's subdi vision of lot 4, block 89, II S, lot 12, block C 1 79 Lol 10, block A 1 36 698 Ryan, William Alex, Corcoran truet, lot kO 1 61 s 35 Samson, M L, Knob mil tract, lot I, block c 2 53 Lol 2, block C 3 44 82 Sanborn, F A, Manznnlla Heights, J..1 3, block E 71 Ixit 211, block X 73 86 .Sine b. /, 11 M de, Ord's survey, norlh 20 feel 10l H, block 33.... 200 South 3(1 led of wis! I.iOI. et lot 9, block 38 2 75 39 Siiiichcz, T A, Sanchez trad, lot 13, block 8 2 10 53 Sanderson, Julia C, Kurlz Brldgo Irnel, lot 9, block 3 2 91 02 Sun Gabriel Valley Rapid Trnnslt Itnllroad company, 11 strip of I land 4(1 feet wide In the Soto Heights, containing 2.64 acres. 872 A strip of land 40 (eel wide in Florence Terrace Irnel, contain ing 2.12 acroa 318 A strip of bind 40 feet wide In Till hill A (.icason's subdivision, containing 0.43 acres. 2 43 Brooklyn tract, lot 1, block 1i.... 70 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEHPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 64. CHAMPIONS Of Style eir|d. * * - - It will pay you to look at our beautiful line of SUMMER : SUITINGS Made and trimmed in the pink of fashion. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. JUST RECEIVED, A New and Elegant Line of Artistic 1 CIS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES. \ * )ti . We show the best assortment on the coast at the LOWEST PRICES. Special Inducements Offered at Present MEYBERG BROS. C ■ ■-- . '- - '-L . 1 , Ljl. i:...™."; 1 L. L-^-!J J-L.-L.I ! _, .1 J MHBM| BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST I | MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED {'[".' :-" I*"' ~ jpf FOLDING SED MADE. - So THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THE WINDSOR occupies less space than any other folding bed, and oan be easily moved from one room to another. When closed it Is an ornament to Miy room, havinv the appearance ol ft wardrobe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

2 •nd took a look at them. They marched Jown again after satisfying their cray inn; then the doors were closed to all comers. Mrs. Evans nnd daughter were «» tbe jail this afternoon. Mrs Evans was in cue room with her hnshsnd, nnd KTS la the aiijoining room with Sontag. Sheriff Scott ol Fresno county has served jury warrants on both men for train-robbery and killing McOinnis and i Wilson. They will be taken to Fresno as j soon as able to travel, Marshal Gard naving consented to la* his government warrant ande for tho time being. inn It,-.<VAIM> (JI RSTKIN. Frank ttyrd, brother-in-law ol Evans, •sv Chris sent Perkins to town with the understanding that Mrs. Evane , should have the reward if he surrender [ cd. The reward question is likely to he productive of numerous lawsuits, from "•resent mnttetingn. Physician Dubois kept S»nt«g tinder opiates a good part ot the time today, to relieve his pain. A FKHLING (IF RSLTKr. There is a feeling of relief among the oitisens, and tne nsu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

Southern California SANTA ANA. Tha Maccabees Celebrate — Orange County at Chicago—Notes. Santa Ana, June 13.—The celebration by the Knight* of the Maccabees of the twelfth anniversary of their order, in the I. 0. O. F, hall last evening, was a pleasant affair. The Orange, Anaheim and Garden grove tents accepted the in vitation extended to them by tbe Santa Ana tent, and joined in the good time. After an Initiation, all repaired to the banquet hall. Music and speaking added to the enjoyment of the feast, and the edtertainment closed with a talk from Rev, G. B. Dye, in which he gave a short history of the order, fol lowed by words of advice drawn from the text: "Set thy houße in order, for thou shalt die and not live." PRAISES ORANGE COUNTY. Major Truman says aud a Istter to M. J. Bandy of this city: "... I must say, however, that the exhibit of Orange county ln the Cal ifornia building is unsurpassed, and I think, on the whole, it is the best of all, especially where the agricultural...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAII.T AWO TVKKKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. •ostrH D. Lvni ii. JjMBsJ. Avias AVERS Sl LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. ss:< and sari whit hicound stiikkt. TKt.KPITOvK SUBSCRIPTION RATES. *V CAERIFH; Per Week ■ .90 Per Month 80 BY MAll.(l*i:i.noiN« PosTaOS): Daily Hkkai.l, one sear. I* 4 oo Daily Hrhalo, six mouths t ■» Daily HitRtLD, three months — x.iM I'aii.y lIKKAi.n, one month eO Wkrki.y krai.o, tine year ISo WKtaiu.Y Han\i.n, mx month* 1.00 Wkf.ki.y Hvaj.l'. three months 60 !„UslKatbi> HaaAi.n, per nop] **) Entered nt th I poetoAe* st Los Ani; ilea as •eoond eln-a mall mulo-r ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papern of all detltteSS-t in»ll suhscrih ITS to tin' Ii *i i v Hksai.h will be promptly dl»enn tinued hereafter No/PjpiT* will be sent to so brer 11 lera by mall antes* the a<me hsvn lieen paid for in advance. This rale Is Inflexible 1.. P. Klsher, newspaper, advertising agent, 21 Meichsntv Kxuhantc, Hsu Prenoiioo, In an authorised agi nl. This papers* kept on tile in hi...

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