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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

ART SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT, A Happy Event Pleasantly Cel ebrated Last Evening. Excellent Progress Made During: tho Year by Art Students. The Bud or the School Tear—The Grad uates — Addresses Made by the Bxamlnlng Committee and by Colonel Ayera. A brilliant assemblage gathered last evening in the chamber of commerce building to attend the sixth commence ment of the Los Angeles School of Art and Design. A large audience filled the rooms of the institution, and by the ex pectancy upon their faceß showed the deep interest they took both in art itself and in the success of tbe many youthful patrons of the goddess. The occasion was an important one— tbe moat important since the founding d tbe institution, and reflects great credit upon Mrs. Garden-McLeod for her persistent endeavors to awaken an inter est in art throughout Southern Califor nia. Last night the school sent forth to the world Hb first graduate, Miss Laura M. King, and from the many certiticatea of meritorious work which were wo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

6 AOVERTISKMRNTS. X x • Thje mrtstdirect mrthrxl of reaching the pnblic snd making known your X....7: x W W W A WN N TTItT SBSR W WW W AA I. N N T 8 8 W W W W A A Js N N 1 8 WWWW A A NNN S WW W W A A N £ N T SSSS WW WW A AAA N » N I s WW WW A A hr N T S W WA AKba T R " W » A A X R8 T 88SH Is thTTmgb Ihe elaMlftcd ad columns of Tiif ir»raAi.n. It Is rhetp, brings quick return., and places the advertiser In direct communi cation with those he arts has to reach. Oct! 1 A R SS fi H SS,. II XI FIl FRK Mill c cI. AA t s C "II I O I I> 1. C I. A A h SS» "sSa II IT II I X I) l> (5 CI, AAA « I X S " 1 " D 1> OCC LU.LA a"ssS cisr" II F II FEKDIID A imr> L XKRITIT S KS« A A II HI. F. I s A A 1) I'L KB T ifHoniiMLj.i.FEF. I "sa 1 Inserted in the columns of Tin; II tißAl.n st x x : 6 CENTS PER LINK PER DAY. sjl.oo PER LINE PBR MONTH. ■ Special rsKei for a longer i.erioil. X - x persons wanting situations, he:p. Or Wishing 10 rent, buy or still property will do well lo ad vertlsrlnTii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD. AN AMERICAN GIRL WHO HAS WON FAME AS AN ASTRONOMER. Interesting Views of the Doings of Women at the World's Fair— Personal Mention of an Entertaining Character—Hints For Mothers nnd Housekeepers. A recent issue of tho Paris Figaro de- Votes half a column to an enthusiastic geconnt of a young American girl named Klumpko, who has won for herself jec egnition as ono of the most learned as tronomers and most indefatigable and successful observers in France. Five years ago she was received as a pupil in the obsorvatoiro. Since then a few oth er women have been allowed to join tho work carried on in that world famous institution, but she was the first to whom . the doors were opened and for a long timo sho was the only one. Even yet she alone has the right to call herself an as tronomer, for tho otherß are only her as sistants, attending to photographic meas urements and other mechanical work in cident to the preparation of a great map of the sky soon to bo issued, i Mias K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Rnrean. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Jpne 13, 1893: Imo. Hut. iTtier. Oa. m 20.00 ho ) p. m. VO.RUi 08 88 61 N K w 2 7 Maximum temperature, 71. Mtnlmmn temperature. 52. Km ni-, ii for season, 20.28. Indication*. Foreeant for Bo'ithern California: Fair weather; stationary temperature; wcstorly winds. Mr. Pierre Larronde donated six bnxos of cherries to the orphans on Boyle Heights last Saturday. TTndelivored telegrams nt the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Msin streets, June 18, WXi, for J. W. Edwards, O. P. Pratt, H. E. Kiley and Myrtle'Kngland. The Second \,ot Angeles County Bovs' brigade will give one of their popular exhibition drills and entertainments Friday, .Inne Kith, at 8 o'clock. Firet Congregational church, corner Sixth and Hill. Admission, 25 centH. Kntry blanks are now ready for tho third annual road race from this city to Hants Monica, Jnly 4th. A large num ber of entries is anticipated, and good time will be made. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

PART 11-- PAGES 9TO 12. BUY NOW! Price Will Be Advanced JUNE 20th. SANTA MONICA TRACT. $100 PER LOT. }25 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH, WITHOUT INTEREST. — SEE— e-91m jeah. It ÜBK 415.. SPECIALISTS. «t&> Si Bunch eft«« Dr. LUbir, Co, tf Sji Fnntisro, The staff ol the Lleblg World Dispensary are «3\ the only surgeons In Los Angelas performing vyv}, /,s?3brV : \ the latest operations required for a radical cure (W oi Stricture. Hydrocele, Varicocele, f lies. Kls- tula and Rectal diseases, Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat and lungs, Diseases of ihe Dgesttve Organß. an<t d ' se *" oB of women and children. rOB ' C eaSBS °' " lC 0Se ' throat 'M&wlWk'i" IJ As \ v\\ Successfully treated by compressed air and In ) Jt / ■ffiV*- halation ol atomised liquids nnd powders, lm K^sm^/ I >i) VMfVfflM^i 1! ' c '' <>t '' relief for Catarrh and India ion of the ,;» AND DEFORMITIES {)A J\ Tt 1 VvivY Appliances for Rupture, Curvature of the V*mWuSSßtontwir \D*4m¥PfiCif'i Spine. Club Foot, and all def...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

10 LOVE'S SECRET. jflf.Jf Kovcr seek tr ten thy love, lxrvc that never told can bo; yorthi gentle wind doth inovsj /'' ■■' Silently, In visibly. U I told my love, I told my love, 1 'iold her all my heart, V "Trcmblinc. cold, in ghastly fears, A 1.1 She did depart! Boon after she was gone from me, I A traveler came by, j (Qlantly, InviidbVy; tie took, her with a sjgh. —VrtlßMn Blake In New York liCdger. THE MISSING COAT. My name is Frederick Putnam. I_ kavve been the last 10 years foreman and booklc/reper of the lunib<n-ing establish gnorii of Willitun Winston & Co. Mr. Winston is theTiisndotrt partner and man ggrer of tho tnisiness. The other mem bers of tho firm live in the city and at tend to the sales of lumber which we ■end to them by vessel. Ono cold overriiig aa I was preparing for homo 1 hoard footsteps ootside, and preeeatry a tail, Btout, well dressed man with a small traveling bag in one hand arid a shawl oarer his arm entrtred the office. 1 was alone. I had already...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Johu G. Carlisle, Jr. It would bo difflcult to find a brighter child than John G. Carlisle, the only grandson of Secretary Carlisle. Although frequently in Washington, his homo is in tlnglewood, Bia. Ho is always called \John G. and is 4 years old, has golden hair, blue eyes and is very fair. Tho fol io-wing clipping was taken from a Wash ington paper: "Ex-Speaker Carlisle feels two feet kigher whenever he looks at his grand ion, John G. Carlisle, Jr. Tho baby looks ike him and is bright as a button. He Is only 4 years old, bnt he has an old head on young shoulders. "He is a youth of decided individual ity, has an opinion of his own and puts »n more dignity than the secretary him self. He will not permit strangers to tall him John, and he despises johnny. Ho informs everyone that his right name Is John G. Carlisle, Jr., and ho always adda that his grandfather's namo is John G. Carlisle, Sr. He is a loving little fel low and is not spoiled. He rules the household, a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 June 1893

12 A RAINY DAY. If rnlns. What lady loves a rainy day? Hot she who pub* prunes*)* " n ' lrtT " foot. Zephyrs around 1 i r nci-lt a:.d silken socks Upon a grtv-oful ankle rv.r tdio who Bports her toseeled pajraaoi along Tho wr-.tka, beau ugosrded,on sorno sunny noon. Or tripe In murttn on a winner's night On a cold slelxhridi. to a iltKtant ball. Ehe loves a rainy day who swreps the hearth And I breads tho I.nay noodle, or appllne Tho scissors tn Ibe lorn or thread bar-.- •-'ervo: Who blesisca Hod that sho haa fn. i.ds and home; Who In the pelting of tho ntorm will think Of some poor neighbor that sho can tiefriend; Who trims the lamp nt night and reads aloud To a yiHUig brother tab*, be loves to hear. Or ventnres rhoerfnlty abroad to watch Tlio bedside nf some rrick and wilTerlng frlond. Administering I hut beat cf medlrln. - Klndneas. tender earn and rlicerinir hope: Buch aro not sad, c'en on a rainy day. —J. G. lirainard. A PLUCKY WIFE. Sago Bar wan exr-ited. Sil horses Wore missi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CAMPORNIA; FAIR WBATH HR; CONTINUED NORTHWEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 65. CHAMPIONS Of Style 1 * * Elegance - - It will pay you to look at our beautiful line of SUMMER : SUITINGS Made and trimmed In tbe pink of fasbion. 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 GAS 111 ELECTRIC FIXTURES. |' We show the best assortment on the coast at the iLOWEST PRICES. Special Inducements Offered at Present MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST i MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED f , | Hpf FOLDING BED MADE. 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 :san ornament to any room, bavins; the appearance of a wardrobe. It is easy to open And olose, Is perfectly noiseless, well ventila ad, das umpie room for all neces.ary bedding,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

2 CLEVELAND KEEPS OPEN HOUSE, The President Receives Many Official Callers. Baron Fava Presented as the Italian Ambassador. The Snlten of Turkey Sends a Handsome Soovenlr to tha President— The Ford's Theater Inquest. Washington Notes. By the Associated Press. WAsnmOTOM, Jane 14.—The president kept "open bouse" today. The large passage-way npon which the presiesnt's office is, was crowded and he received more than 15 senators and tatives, besides 20 or more unofficial callers. AMBASSADOR FAVA PBB*t!rT»D. Baron Fava was presented to the pres ident this afternoon by Secretary Gresham, tinder his new title of am bassador from Italy. Th* nsual felici tous speeches were exchanged. A FBlt SB ST rRO* TTIK ST'LTAN. After this ceremony, Mavronie Bey, the Turkish minister, in behalf of the sultan of Turkey, presented to tbe pres ident a rnagnincent massive gold and cameo medal, commemorative of the 400 th anniversary of the discovery of America. A suitable inscription In Turkish is on the face...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

Southern California PASADENA. Throop University Affairs—Salvation Wedding. Pasadena, June 14.—The annual meeting of tbe board of direotors of Throop university was held at tbe office of the institution yesterday morning. The minutse of the laat regular meet ing were read and approved, after which President Keyes made a abort address, reviewing the work of the achool during the paat year, showing that the affaire were in a moat satisfactory condition, a large increase being recorded in the number of students enrolled, with paos pecte good for an even larger increase next year. Reports from the various officials were received and laid over without reading until the meeting on Tuesday next. F. W. Andrews' resignation as secre tary was presented and accepted, and Mr. F. J. Policy elected to fill tbe yacany, while the old board of trustees, consisting of Professor Keyes, Enoch Knight and A. O. Throop, was re elected. Prof. A. L. Hamilton of Garfield school and Mrs. H. Allis of Craft in s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

4 EOSANGELESII IiRALI) lIAII.V awi> WSIHII. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. sosirn D. Lynch. Jamk J, Araas AYEPS <Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. S3 AND BBS WBBT SDMOND STBBBT. TEI.KPIIONF. ISA SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BTCARRIBB: Per Week f .20 Per Month 80 BY MAlL(lN<:i.imiM» Postage): Daily Herald, one ve:ir $8 00 Daily Hkkai.d, sis months 4.2 ft Daily H«kai.i>, throe months if.25 Daily HaaAi.n, one month ,"0 Wxxai.Y » raai.d, oire year 1 60 Wsssly llshai.d, sli months 1.00 Wrp.klt HtßAi.n, three months 50 Illustratsd H su a i n. percupy 20 Entered at the poitoftlce at Los Angeles ... aecond class mail matter. % , 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. The paTAersof all delinquent mill subscribers to the Daily gfaeAU) will be promptly discon tinued hereafter No papers will be sent to subscribers by mall unless the same havi» been paid for In advance. Tnls rnle Is Inflexible L. P. Fisher, newspapsr advertising ay'-ut, 31 Merchant*' Exchange, nan Francisco, Is an authnrlasd ssent. This paper Is kopt on file In his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

A FETE DAY FOR THE CHINESE. They Witness the Ordeal of Quon Toy Ying. A Chinese Detective From Hong Kong Appears on the Scene. * Surgeon Bryant Tells Abont Goat Hn's Wounds—Wong- Lip, the Injured Man. Put on the Stand—The Case Continued. Tall Chinese and little Chinese, thin Chinese and fat Chinese, crowded and jostled one another in Justice Seaman's court-room yesterday. Quon Toy Ying was under examina tion for tbe murder of his miatrese, Goat Hu, and that an unuaual amount of excitement has been caused by the murder was evidenced by the crowd of the prisoner's countrymen who attended yesterday's proceedings. Even the Chinese women turned out with their babies, and held them high up in the air, so that they might see Quon Toy Ying, the alleged murderer. WongChee, the representative of the Six Companies, waa present, with Judge Cheney and Attorney Fhibbs, who have been retained by the Chinese to assist the district attorney's office in prosecut ing tbe case. There was also an import...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

6 abvbbtiskmbmis. x •■>.•• X i The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your X..,, x trw'W A NN N TTTI'T SSRH W W W W AA N I N T 8 B WWWW A A NNB T 8 WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T 8888 WWWW AAA A N N N T R WW WW A ANNS T s W W X AN N N T S 8 W W A A N NN T 8888 Is Ihrmtgh Ibe elassifle<i s/1 rolnmns of TsTS 11 rrtaik. It is cheap, brings qulel returns, and places the advertiser In direct oOßlßlttMl latlon Willi those he wishes to reach. OCC L A .R8„ M B» r II KKI-It BKB HUD C CI, AX 2 R E 811 F II X H D O L A A W 8S X "tW M II EF HER D H 0 0 L AAA X a X sil F II I: l> II COO 1,1.1.1.A *HH n II B li I rlt ODD A HDD I. SjSJSjITTTuSSu AA 1) HI. X T 2 AA D II I, F.K T "88 H AAA H II I. X T H S A XOOO LLLLrakl T "SS™ Inserl»<l In lbs SSIBSSBB Sf Tail Bill If I,Si X— " x { 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. • 81,00 PM LINE PER MONTH. hpccisl iaU-t lor a longer period. X - x I'nnona wanting sltuatlians, liel[%> or wishing io rent, l.ny or sell properly will do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

Tl CAPTURED fIOMS, p. [Continued from First page.] iatt Visalia the bandits were immedi ■HSrly warned of their coming and bo Mie on tbeir guard. We arranged it so hut no one knew what we were after. '•My deputies started from Fresno and trpak the railroad through Porterville to -k little switch station near Maueen. There they were met by a team and to tbe neighborhood of Wilcox -Mutton, where the fight also took place. edt'tj' 0 r sometime previous we had had Attain persona keeping both eyes open nn tbe mountains ana at length got 'rtwwething of the run of the bandits. It 'ivWfound ont positively that Evans tiways left bta horse and cart at the Widow Parkins' place. For this reason Tff\f poeee was sent down by tbe cafion s/hich is right by tbe road and at the ioot of tbe ridge from her houee. After Wearing in the deputies I Came on to Loa Angelea and appeared before the llstrict attorney, who issued warrants for the arrest of Evans and Sontag for Hooping the United States ma'.lß. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weatber Korean. Report of oMjrv.it.ionn takou nt Loa Angelea, Irne 14. 18031 Tlri. Il»r. j!oOk m 29.90 J;0O p. m. 89.89 60 7a K7 ' 00 Wd Vol I NK 1 Clfiar. W <l lOKar. Maximum temperature, 7H. Minimum tempi'mtllre. 4.H. Rainfall for scaaoii. 86.88. ludlontlona. Forecast for BoOtßern California! Fair weather; continued northwest winds. Carrie Jones, an Alameda street dent een, was arrested last night for robbing a visitor to ber house. Mi - Jones drove up in style with a i 'xarette in her rnnuth, and a powder pull and two hair pins wrapped up ln a piece of paper. Undelivered telegrams at t'jo Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. Junu 11, 1803, for 0. E. Allen, Mica Lizzie Mctzgar, Alvin A. Alvord, Mrs. W. B Proctor, F. Mier, W. T. Sndder, L. V. Tyler, W. J. Ceaar, 0. E. Starr, O. H. Stegrrrßn, K. A. Church, A. L. Henderson. The following building permita were Issued yeaterday : T. T. Scott, dwolling, Pico street weat of Central avenue, $700; M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

PART II —PAGES 9 TO 16. DELINQUENT TAX LIST, —IN AND FOR THE — County of Los Angeles, State or California, —FOR — State and County Taxes, —FOR THE — YEAR 1802. STATE OF CALIFORNIA,) County of Lot Angelea. j PUBLIC NOTICE iS<Hf2RE3Y GIVEN, that default having been made in he payment of taxes due to the State of California, and the County of Los Ange la for the year ending June 30th, 1893, upon the property hereinafter deicribed: I, E. B. HEWITT, as Tax Collector in and for the said County of Lot An geles, by virtue of authority in me vested by law, unless the taxes delinquent, to gether with the coats and percentages, are paid, will, on MONDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF JULY, 1893, *t the hour of 10 o'clock a. m , commence to tell the real estate upon which said taxee are a Ilea, at public auction, In the office of the County Tax Collector, at the County Court House, In the City of Loa Angelea, State of California, and that I will continue auch sale from day to day, according to adjournmen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

10 No. Name and Description. Amonnt In O 8, aouth 3* feel ol west 150 feet of Into, Mock 35 #9 09 4050 Pau-r Nles, ii< X J Farr's sub ol part of block 35t,, O S.lol 8. , 5 44 4669 Murlha McKlrncv, In Bcandry tract No 2, south half of loi 5, bbirkn 3 78 4877 Mrs H B Marion, trustee, in IU-audrv tract, lot 26, block ft 961 4680 I, M Stralton, in llcaudry tract, lot 32, block 0 8 08 4686 Alex Mclmnell, In KaiterTodd's aubillvislou of block 11, Bean dry tract, lot 17 9 oft BloA 11, lot 18 17 33 4«f>o Mrs 0 Pf la llarrt.. In Victor Heights, lot 9 1 03 4737 8 P do Wilhardt. in Wllhardt tract, w?st 37 6-10 foot of lot 1 604 4739 Unknown' owner, a Trlarmulsr piece oflaud bounded north by Ybarm tract, east by « ijbardt and lot 9, west by lot 0 ol.Wll hardt tract and Vbarra street 378 4730 Unknown owner, ln Wllhardt tract, west ,V) feot of lot 0— 1 36 A 741 8 Bllvany, In Ramon Ybarra tract, a lot 20x100 feel, bound, efij north by loutaa Weyse, aouth by Llda plantre east by Dooner, west ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

No. Name snd Description. Amount 19 SO *5 IOT2I, block 19 64 Lot 28, Mock 19 , 65 Lot 7, block 20 63 lot 8, block 20 : 65 Lot 9, block 20 68 Lot 10, Mock 20 65 lot 11, Mock 20,. ; 03 Lot 12, block 20 , 65 lot 13, Mock 20 i :. 64 lot 14, blook 20 X 63 Lot 15, block 20 1. 63 Let 16, Mock 20 ft 63 lot 17, block 20 64 Lot 18, Mock 20 OS Lot 6, Mock 31 83 Lot 17, block 31 63 Lot 20, block 31 64 Lot 21, Work 31 65 . lot 26, Mock 22 64 Lot 28, block 22 60 Lot 9, blook 23 ... 64 lot 14, Mock 20 64 LOt 8, Mock 23 ...... 135 Undivided oae-sixth lot IT, Mock 24 ~ 63 Undivided wne-slxth lot 18, Mock 34 , 54 Undivided ens-hall lot 1, block 31 68 Undivided one-half lot 2, Mock 21 57 Undivided one-half lot 1, Mock UrSlvided'one.aixt'h''o7'ioV"3V ' Mock 18 53 Undivided one-atxth of lot 4, Mock 18 54 AU of lot 15, blook 19 .... 64 In, Washington Heights, lot 5, .'block 4 • 84 In Washington Heighta, aouth one-half lot 8, Mook 4 .... 71 In Waahlngton Heights, lot 9, block 4 , . 166 In Washington Heigh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 June 1893

12 Name. No. McFarland A King 1109(1 McGell, J F v 11122 Maltlotc, J , 11128 Motabrangh, L M 11175 Morris, CW 1117(1 Miller, l. ± : 11305 Milosder, F R de 11327 Marion, II B 11347 Means, James W 7630 Majors, Anderson 9690 Nash, Addison B 7848 Nelswender, Mralou 8376 Niles, NydtsH 9227 Nannlngcr, n , 10936 Nolan, T J 7. 11134 Oxarart, Frank J 6072 O'Neill, A 8 8869 O'Donncll, Mrs Sarah 10149 O'Melvany. X II J0270 poller, William 6730 Paulsen, S 7800 I'urmetilo, Laura HUH Parcells, ML 02(lii Parcells, MS 021* Phelps, JW 9872 Pimabacker, BF 10183 Pugh, N 8 10984 Perkins, 0 W, and F N Myera .'. 11039 Potts, B v 11121 Potts, II R ~, 11121 Preston, J II 11183 Perret, J 11148 Phelps, C E 11273 Phelps, CE 11277 J'apper, X 1.1800 Pratt, A 113.',.-> Polk, I II IMHI7 sogers, Lester D 7304 Booson, Harry ~/ 6739 Robinson. ('A 7073 Rli liinoiu), Harry 8450 Roberts, John 8694 Rivera, AO 04 Hi Reed, 8 B 10489 Rowan, J C 1()«77 Rice, LA arid ML 11013 Robinson, FE 110113 Reealei, W J 11107 Real, F...

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