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Los Angeles Herald, Number 178, 27 March 1899
FILIPINO DEFENSES FIRED As the Natives Retire Before the Americans FIGHTING #fIERCE AND STUBBORN Mac Arthur's Advance Is Steady, But the Listof Killed and Wounded Grows Larger Hour by Hour. Malolos Must Fall
OPENING THE HAIL AT THOMASVILLE
MAYOR CHANGES iiiS HUB Decides to Allow Library Board to Die Naturally STORY OE PRESIDENT DOCKWEILER Rumor That the Mayor Failed to Get a Conference of the Boards—Judge Enoch Knight Said to Have Been Appointed
IN A NIGHTMARE A Tacoma Man Shoots and Kills His Wife
THE UNLOADED GUN Went Off as Usual With a Fatal Result
Home From Cuba
Lost Her Lumber
No Conference Held
A Chinese Rebellion
The Samoan Question
NO LYNCHING LIKELY THE ZELTNER BROTHERS HAVE/ SURRENDERED THEY RAN OUT OF AMMUNITION' And the Sheriff Guaranteed to Give Protection From the Anger of the Mob
Lynching Not Likely
A Maniac's Suicide
A Jail Delivery
A Fatal Street Row
Used a Broken Bottla
Murdered by Robbers
Tlie Gas Route
A Vast Fortune
Ths Pipe Combine
Ann or Tests
TELEGRAPH NEWS INDEX
A RECEPTION SPOILED BY MISCALCULATIONS OF A NAVIGATOE ALGER HAS REACHED HAVANA But the Official Greeting Prepared Is Postponed for a More Convenient Occasion
A DEAD DIPLOMAT A Celebrated Frenchman Has Ended His Labors
A RESTFUL DAY Spent by the Presidential Party at Thomasville
THE DOLLAR DINNER Managed by Men Who Favor Sliver and Bryan
SAMPSON AT SANTIAGO GIVEN IHE HONOR DUE HIS STATION Southern Squadron Reaches Kingston and Is Received With the Utmost Enthusiasm.
A Cut Rate War
A School of Psychology
Snow in Kansas
Names of Transports
NATIONAL OWNERSHIP TO BE APPLIED TO JAPANSE RAILROADS BIG STEAMSHIP SUBSIDIES For Vessels Plying Between Japan and American, and European Ports—Affairs In Clilna
Stole His Own Soil
The London Markets
The Champion Steeplechase
Loss by Floods
A Dead Pioneer
HAVANA EXPORTS Show That Tobacco Manufacturers Are Hard at Work
THE TENNESSEE DERBY A Lot of Good Horses at Montgomery Park
A Mexican Concession
No Fear of Floods
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ARRESTED AT PRAGUE HAN WHO ONCE FEIGNED SUICIDE AX SANTA MONICA ALLEGED TO BEAN ANARCHIST His Wife Now Suing ill San Francisco for Divorce—Career of the Man in California
STAYING WITH IT A Teacher Who Will Teach as Long as There Is Coin
LOOKS LIKE A TRUST SANTA FE AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMBINATION Passenger and Freight Kates Are Expected to Be Raised Between Here and the North.—The Prospects
American Hotel Life
TOO LAft TO AVENGE BROTHER OF MRS. BLACK THE SUICIDE, HAS ARRIVED BUT HER LOVER IS DEAD Mitchell Was Employed on the Ranch of A. F. Scliulze and There i Met Mrs. Black
DEVILS IN THE PIGSTY Religionists Trying to Overthrow Satan by Killing Porkers
PROOF AGAINST SNAKES Kaffir Boy Allowed Most Venomous Reptiles to Bite Him
SWINDLER OF WOMEN Confesses That He Has Defrauded Thousands of the Fair Sex
He Dresses in the House Now
It Would Save Children's Eyes
Caught a Whopper
A Seattle Lawyer
Back From the Orient
The Empress' Orders
Business Portion Burned
Murder and Suicide
Pearls in Menominee River
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS. Daughters Should be Oareflilly Guided, in Early Womanhood.
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HE IS A DEMOCRAT
PROFIT OF TRUST HATCHING
A CHINESE TiiUST IDEA
V o v i DOWN THE LINE S oooocooooooooooooooooooc^
A Four Thousand Dollar Persian Rug
Fox Hunt Breaks Up a Farmer's Tea
Made Three People Happy
Alaska Boundary Line Found
The Lyttons' Honeymoon in Egypt
French Line's Pigeon Service
George Vanderbilt's Pigs
To Save Rubber Forests
THE SMALL BOY TALKS
IN THE PUBLIC EYE
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Mrs. Leslie Carter's Walking Stick
Flowers of Speech
The Newest Note Paper
Late Stragglers Always Suffer
'Twixt Cup and Lip
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INDEX 10 CITY NEWS
EVENTS OF TODAY
Forecast and Weather Condition®
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
ONE DEATH, TWO NEW CASES Record of the Developments of Smallpox Yesterday
BEPAVING BROADWAY Counter Proposition of Property Owners Between First and Second
Clubbed With a Crutch
Remcmli^r—Don t Forget
S. R. Kellnm, Till lor.
REV. BURT ESTES HOWARD RESIGNS Desires to Relieve the Church of the Convenant From Heavy Expenses in a Hard Year
Turning to God
AT THE THEATER
IRRIGATION SCHEME Water to Be Secured From Bear Valley for Redlands Ranches
Aged Man Missing
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HUDSON BAY COUNTRY TRAVELS IN WILD TRACTS OVER HILLS AND MOUNTAINS DEATH TO NEARLY ALL HORSES Trekking: With a Sled Over a Steep Pass Under a Temperature From 20 to 52 Degrees Below Zero
MAJOR BELL TELLS HOW ST. FRANCIS SHOWED HIS FAVOR TO A YOUNG GIRL MODERATOR OF EARTHQUAKES Incidents Related Which Show That Praying- for Rain Had Some Parallels in Early Days
NIGHT AT SAN GABRIEL AN INCIDENT OF THE EARLY DAYS IN CALIFORNIA Dr. A. C. Keating Tells How a Stranger Did Him a Good Turn in a Ticklish Place
T j tiul'-fl up. Malt Vivlne. Woollacott. Yesterday With the Police
A COLORADO CROSSING AGITATES THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA If Gates Are Put in Lots of People Will Be Delayed During the Next Century
Instructions in Zither Playing
SAN BERNARDINO Gas Rates Reduced—Teachers Insti* tute Opens Today
To Keep Violets Fresh
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ONE OF AMERICA'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOPS.
A New Child Author.
OUT OF THE ORDINARY.
Artillery Mounted on Sleighs.
How the African Rebels Are Bound.
A Page From An Ancient Book.
A Half Caste Girl of Samoa.
Postoffice at Khartum.
Entrance For Paris Exhibition.
A Strange Relic.
A View of the Island of Jolo.
WITH THE FIGHTERS
SPORTS AT SAN PEDRO
OAKLAND RACE ENTRIES Commissions Taken by Black & Co. Race Entries
ON THE DIAMOND Opening Game of the California League Season
•'BUTCHER" WEYLER Spanish Lawyer Eulogizes the Ex-Governor General
DEAD SEA SERPENT Its Head and Backbone Lodged in Colonial Museum
J. G. Hambrick & Co.,
500 Sufferer* T" olr r, rrHoe that nvtr !Vtft anfPr. n P
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Oar Hume Ilrew,
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