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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

PART II —PAGES 9 TO 16. THEY DO NOT LIKE ROYALTY. Chicago Evidently Disapproves of Eiilalia. Her Cigrarettes and Penchant for Beer Were Shocking, And Then She Snubbed Society Beauties Who Were Wives of Hotel Keep are and Only Did What She Felt Like Doing. Special Correspondence to the Herald.] Chicago, June 20.—While it may not be the sentiment of the few, it certainly is of the many, that the Chicago people are tired of the doings and sayings of tyro consignments of Spanish represent atives who have been upsetting their city Bince the last of April. While, ac cording to the life of Columbus, Written Borne 70 years ago by Washington Irving, that renowned navigator was chronicled as having no descendants in direct line, yet when a quadro-centen nial of the chancing of Columbus to run upon the Western hemisphere, when looking for India, began to be heralded from continent to continent, a duke of Veragua, whose only connection with tbe discoverer was the descent to him of the title, ar...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

10 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS. (Continued frem Third page.] •need by cheap lemsat.ional literature, and sought to imitate the heroee of auch prodnctiom ai Seven Bncketi of Blood, Ate. MaWIMM, T. E. Prince left for San Francisco Bfct evening. Col. T. J. Wilson wns a passenger to Los Angeles today. The probate calendar was cslledin the Superior conrt this morning. The Society of Pioiveers of thia city waa in aeaaion at the city hall thia after noon. Deputy Sheriff Key as of Needlea brought .lames Whalen here thia morn ing and lodged him in jail. He Ib charged with assault with a deadly weapon upon the person of a brakesman named Thornburg and a conductor named Bordman. The weapon used waa a coupling-hose. The Farmers' Kxchange bank of thia oity ia open for collections.. The savingß banks will open in a few (i«ys. The iadlea of the M. E. church are making vigoroua preparations for a grand dinner on the Fountb. Miaa A. W. Ltvertnnm, who died ot old age at the residence of 11. L Martin on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD. TWO CLUBS WHICH SHOULD ALWAYS BE FRIENDS, BUT ARE NOT. "Benefit For a Swell Girl—Hints For a World's Fair Visit—Two Orgaulsatloar •r Noblo Women —Coeducation In Chl nt(o —Against tno Fretting Moth. We must hotie that tho dames who be long; to that veteran club, Sorosis, will Bot engage in any useless rivalry with, or display any ill will toward, the mem bers of that bouncing young club which has been christened under the name of the Professional Woman's league. There la plenty of room for both clubs, as may be seen by the long membership roll of each of them, upon which are the names of many New York women of talent— artists, writers, musicians and players, rich or otherwise. It is true that an ac complished lady, Mibs Lotta Crabtree, who was recently blackballed by Soro sis, has just joined the league, and that some other ladies who do not like old Sorosis are among the founders of tho new organization, but why need there be any quarreling on that account? And why ma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

12 New York, Jnne 23, IKO3, — - ummer lias devel oped a great deal of price end pretti nPHi in dress, not withstanding the threat ot crinoliue. The initial picture ibtyWl B dainty toil et for July and Au trust. The mater ial naed in the ori ginal is green wool en soiling, trim med with red and green changeable velvet and ecru guipure lace. The circular ball skirt ii stiffened with haircloth almost half ita length, and is garnished with five bias folds of velvet of graduated widths. The sound waitt bas a yoke of shot silk cov ered With lace an.l the remainder of tho bodice is adornnd with four rows of vel vet, and a velvet belt around the waist. The sleeves have a largo pull' to the el bow, with a gathered frill and n long, tight cuff, coverod with lace; tbo tops are trimmed with velvnt ejiuulettos. A summer maiden. Purely, nothing that summer brings to view could be prettier than a young Ctrl garbod like tha one in the eecond drawing. Copy it in itny fashion you choose. In tho gown ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

AMONG THE AUTHORS [by l. bkuymkr.] ( Gerritt Smith eaid at one time: | 'Strive as you will to elevate women, , jevertheless the disabilities, and degrade- i tion ol her dress, together with that large group of false views of the uses of ' her being and of her relation to man, symbolized and perpetuated by her drees, will make your striving in vain." A little different view is taken on this subject in a new work jnßt issued by the Fowler & Wells Co. of New York, The Well-Pressed Woman, a Btudy in the practical application to dress of the laws of health, art and morals, by Helen Gilbert Ecob. It is a work finely illus trated, which every woman should not only read but also heed, ignorance is the mother of indifference. This ex plains the apathy of women on the sub ject of dress. It is true that wholesale condemnation of the follies o! fashion able dross has abounded, yet scientific Investigations concerning its evils are comparatively recent. The results of these investigations ar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

14 YOUR HEART IS A MUSIC BOX. f Your heart Is a inuslr box. cl-an «V, { With exqnlßlle tunes at eoiiiniaiid, , Of melody, sweetest and r-N-arest, . If tried by a delicate hand, But Its workmai, -'ilp. love, 11 so fine, At a single rnde totteh It would break. Then, oh! be the maulo key mlno, I Its falryllke w to wakrl And there's ono little tune It < an play That I fancy all ot hers above - I You learned It of Cuold one tiny— it beulnsand endswlth "I love- I lore," It begins and ends with "1 lure." | — ReM*. F. itoden Id Vogue. , "MICKLE MOUTH." Tho fends of tho Scottish duns are n Jiroverlrial part and parcel of the history of Scotland. When not at war with England, the Scotch have delighted to some potty quarrel with MOB other, »nd tho occasion has often been too itrifling to mention in history, while the consequences have often risen to mni !• r < of deep and nonietlrnes fatal importance. IBut underneath all thiß Borne comic characteristic of tho nation ba* peeped out. Boron...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

THE SOUL WINNER'S JOY. They that are wise shall get to heaven. And there in God's eftulgenco shine. Where all rewards are atrlctly given As stated ln tho book divine. Coil will the bites of heaven bestow According to onr works below. Tho last (l-grce the sal ins receive Ie more than mind can yet conceive. If eugUt can heaven's bliss enhance. Or make tha crown of life more bright; If aught can there a soul advance Much nearer to tho throne of light. Twill be by having, through Owl's grace. Brought many souls to aeek his faoe And turn from eln to righteousness. This constitutes the highest blisa. Then let us toil and never cease To earnestly proclaim Ood'B love And help by all means to Increase Tho number of the suvod alwve. Bo whon to us a crown la given They will enhance our bliss In heaven- Will make us through the life divine In God's effulgence brighter shine. —H. Strachau In Toronte Globe. A NANKEEN JACKET. My friends make fun of my weakness for yellow. I confess that I adore It...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 June 1893

16 SOCIETY On Thursday evening tho home of Rev. I). Hughes and family, No. 843 Hemlock atreet, was captured by n lstrga number of their neighbors nnd friends, who had planned and neatly executed a surprise, in celebration of the fourth an niversary of Rev. Mr. Hughes' labors in their midst aa pastor of the Betheeda chnrch, and prime mover in tho organi sation of the Reihesda Sunday pchool. Each one came bearing Bora» r:it an a token of their respect and esteem for the worthy pastor and his family. When all had entered, it was found that the attendance was so great, that all could not be comfortably accommodated ;in the honße, so an udjournmtnt was taken to the church, just ono block away. There the lailibs, with their i usual zeal, set to work to prepare re freshments, and soon the tables were groaning beneath n tempting array of cakes and Ico cream, with lemonade on the Bide. When the cravincs of the in ner man had been satisfied the assem blage was called to ord.ar, and Mr. J. 1!....

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

TODAY'S FORECAST, FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIRWBATH ER; WARMER,' WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 76. wm i m en Our Immense Reduction Sale - O F i CHILDREN'S CLOTHING !♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«>♦♦**♦❖♦♦♦*♦»♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS On our entire stock, and will keep up our Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEVBERG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE. CHINA CLOSETS In many sizes and patterns. Made either for the corner or for the side of the room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety and ell price?. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES We have them round, oval and sauare. In all sizM, and as cheap as 75c per foot. More patterns shown now than ever before. BUFFETS. A large li ne of pretty daalgn?. CH A I R S In the grea'eat varie...

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

2 DOES AWAY WITH COOKS. TUB DBPKNDKNC* f»»W»r*l.« TVT IN "tnrtii si orbs. low a Man and Hi* Wife Can live Well la I.os Angelea on an Ki pendltura or Fire IJol lara a Week. ran : g astonishing how large a place the delicac>! •torea of Loa Angelea aro taking in the o'lmeatie life of the city," said a lady to a H"*"al,'> reporter yester day. "Will yoa kindly ci plain what yon mean," was asked. Tl ie lady seemed to think there waa conaid erable inexcus able mental torpor on the part ol her questioner, and aaid: "You know what a deli eacy store is, don't you?" "Yes, it ii a place where you get cooked things." "To be bu re, but you need not been contemptuous in the way you refer to Bach establishments.'' • "You don't mean to .say thnt people ■renerallv supply theirlsm iersiroin those ft.'aceß?" . 'That is just what I do r lean." "people who keep honst < regularly ? "R icaetly. You do not know half as much as you think you d<». There are not ver/ many households ni ' Lo' Ang le...

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

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA A Masonic Banquet—Rev. Dye to Oome To Thla Olty. Santa Ana, June 24.—1t was a joyous aaeemblage that congregated in Masonic ball in thiß city last night to enjoy the first banquet held in the new banquet hall ot tbe Masonic lodge of this city. The Masonic lodge of Santa Ana in a etrong one, composed of the leading cit izens of this locality, and occupies fine rooms in French's opera house. That enterprising gentleman baa, at tbe solici. tation of the order, and at a heavy out lay of money, had an elegant banquet hall fitted up, and last night, St. John's day, the building was formally dedi cated. Before the banquette the following programme was rendered: Music—Qaartette. Bemarki, at. John the Baptist—Rev. E O. Mclnller. Vocal solo—Miss Sorrte Cook. Remarks, Or oil ot the Order—Ray Whidden. Vocal solo—Misa L. Easton. Remarks, A Parting Word—Rev. Geo. X, Dye. Vocal solo—Mrs. J. G. Scarborough. Recitation—Kate Dwyer. Selection—Miss Wilcox. Selection—Mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 June 1893

4 LOSANGELES HERALD lIAILV AMI) NIIIRtT. THrl OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. lo.nrii D. Lv.ni H. James J. AYIR9 AVERS &l LYNCH, rUBUBHBK?. Sen AND »2r> Wlitt SECOND STREET. TRT.KPHONK l.Vt SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BYCARRIFR: . „„ per Week ■ »] 0 Per Month 80 BY Mall.(iftcuTmsu Postage): Daily Herald, one ve»r W* 00 Daily Herald, fix months 4.2 ft Daily Herald, three month! 2.-5 j'Aii.Y Herald, one inonfli ,*2x Weekly I'crai.d, oneyeir J "sx Meekly Heiiald, six month* 1.00 Weekly Hm.Ai.ii, three month" 60 Illustrated lUhald, per copy *0 Kntereil tt tho poi'.offlce at l.os Angeles as xcoßft eUttf (tall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of ail deMTniucnt miil reiMcrlb'srs to tho Daily Hi EALD Will he promptly illfcon llniicil hereafter No pipers will he sent to subscriber! by mail unlom the same have been palrt tor In ei'lvanee. T''la ruin is Inflexible 1.. P. Fisher, newspaper mlvertlsliiK axont, 21 Merchants' Kxchanec, Han trrenolSOO, Is an au thorlrnl aKent. This paper Is kept on Bio In his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 June 1893

FELL FROM THEIR HIGH ESTATE The Angels Lose the Game and the Series. The Features of the Baseball Game Yesterday. 4% Small Attendance Bnt Some Good | Ball Playing Incidents or the Occasion—The Score Tells the Tale. San Francisco captured yesterday's game from the Angels, and likewise the series. It was a pretty exhibition of tho sport, both teams putting up gilt-edge ball. There was not the usual Sunday crowd present, but the playing was worthy of the "Standing room only" sign. The Angels caught onto the ball in the first inning and knocked out an earned run. They added two more in the fifth inning while, the San Francis cos were forced to gaze with mute resig nation at the little oval figures placed to their credit on the score board. How ever, they took, a hand in the run get ting after awhile aud ran oftener than the local people. Up to the seventh inning it was thought that the home team had a lead pipe cinch on the game. Borchers had been pitching a good game, and there had bee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 June 1893

6 J INK ADVERTISEMENTS. X x I The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your ' X X W W W A NN N TTTTT SSSS WWWW AA NNN T S M WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSHS WWWW AA A A N > N T s WW WW A A N N N T 8 W WA A NNN T S S W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through ihe clnssidcd nd columns of Tin: Hfrai.P. It Ir. cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reneh. 000 I. A .SS„ uSK,. JJ FPt'll RFK DDI) OOL A A S v' W F MR I) I) 0 L A A "«S U "SS V ff VV II FU I' 11 OOL AAA v 5 X sli F II X D II 000 IJJJ.A A B «S h "ss" 11 1- lIKKKDDD A DPI) I. EKKTTTT H RS X AA D HI, B T 2 AAD DL VV. T n SS„ AAA D DI. E T H v A Alll'D 1,1.L1. BRE I "HK" Inserted iv tlie columnr of ffm BBEALB at X ' X • 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. J $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH, ; Special rutcs for v longer period. X x Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell projicrty will do well to ad vertiae in 110: Hkhai.k OF...

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

THE LITTLE ARMCHAIR. Nobody site In tho little armchair: It atandß In a corner dim. But a white hatred mother Baaing there And yearningly thinking of him Bees through the dusk of tho long ago Tho bloom of her boy's sweet face As he rooks so merrily to and fro With a langh that cheers the place. Bometimes he holds a book in his hand. Sometimes a pencil and slate. And the lesson a hard to understand. And tho figures hard to mate. But she sees lho nod of his father's head. So proud of the littlo son. And sho hears the word so ofton snid, "No fear for our little one." They wero wonderful days, tho deer, sweet days, W7»en a child with sunny hair Wai, hers to scold, to kiss nnd to praise At her knee in the little chair. Bhe lost him back in the busy years When tho great world caught the man. And he strode away past hopas and fears To his place in tho battle's yon. Bnt now and then in a wistful dream. Like a picture out of date, Sho sees a head with a golden gleam Bent over a pencil and sl...

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

8 BRIEFS Weather Korean. Roportof olmrvatlous taken at Lot Angeles, June 25, 1893: Time. Ber. iTher.jRH'm Wrt n;0O,e m 2!>»fl M 70 NTt 5.0(1 p. m. VO.O-I 7- 4rt VV Vol I I Cloir. 7 | Oicnr. Maximum temperature, HI, Minimum tumpcraturo, 68. Infllnatlond. Forecast for Southern (Jalltornta: Fail weather; warmer; westerly winds. The Liberal and Progressive union ! given free lectures and entertainment! . every Monday evening. Tonight., 0. C •'Bartell will be the orator, eubp'et: A \. Punch Into the Theological llornot'f . Nest. . Abig run on bate and men's furnish ing goods, like a run on a bank, is apl to clean ont the stock. That is whn! Desmond, the batter, is having at hit clearance sale at 122 P. Hpring street, His hats and fnrnishini{B are having I rnn which promised to clean out tho en tire stock within tho next 10 days, ti don't miss this opportunity bnt go al once and buy what you need iv the way of negligee shirts, collars, cullo, hosiety underwear, suspenders, soft, et.itr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEtIPERA TUREi WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 77. < CROWDS i OIJR 888 Our Immense Reduction Sale I—O F — F CHILDREN'S CLOTHING j Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. I Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, .1 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. I WE HAVE MADE FURTHER I LARGE REDUCTIONS W On our entire stock, and will keep up our I Immense Clearing Sale I For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT I MEYBERG BROS. I Dining-Room 1 FURNITURE. I CHINA CLOSETS I In many sizos and patterns. Made either for the corner or lor the side of the room. ■ SIDEBOARDS B In endless variety and all prices. A very pretty ono for $20. I EXTENSION TABLES ■ We have them round, oval and square, ln all sizes, aad as cheip as 75c per foot. More ■ patterns shown now than ever before. fl BUFFETS. A largo line of pretty deigns. I CHAIRSh the (rreß*e-t...

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

2 as those sent in tbeir behalf were ever prepared in this conntry, The Times, commenting on the par dons, says: These men were wrong, but not capitally wrong in the method ol their agitation for redrets of what they considered a grievance. Governor Altgeid has done no more than right in giving them freedom for the reßt of their daya. The Inter-Ocean says: Governor Alt geid did not stop with the exercise of his constitutional prerogative. He went out of his way to criticiee the judge who presided over the trial conrt and the chief detective who ferreted out the tes timony in the case. This was without excuse. WORLD'S FAIR NOTCH. Continned Large Attendance Govern meat Appropriations Available. CmcAoo, Jnne 26. —The attendance at the world's fair today was 123,735, of which number 01,270 were paid admis sions. The official report shows that 160,638 people attended the fair Satur day and 88,265 yesterday. The preparations for the elaborate celebration of the Fourth of July were continu...

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

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. City Council Meeting;—A Smooth Ras cal Pasadena, June 26.—The city council met in regular session at 2 o'clock this afternoon, trustee McQuilling ab'ent. The minutes of the laßt meeting were read and approved, and all bills filed to date referred to committee without read ing. Street Superintendent Brown ad dressed the board, stating that there was not enough etreet sprinklers found to cover, during the summer months, the territory which is now being sprin kled, and that either more carts must be put on or some streets must be cut off. City Attorney Arthur stated that a mistake had been made in drawing up the resolution of intention to curb aud gutter Raymond avenue from Villa to Chestnut, the specifications and resolu tions not agreeing. He advised the check of the contractor be returned and tbat the work be readvertised. This waß ordered. The difficulty with the street paving specifications came up for general dis cussion and it was decided to hold...

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

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD lialLY AND WKF.KI.Y. THS OFWCIAL CITy PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. Jambs J. Aybrs AVERS A. LYNCH, pntJUSIHRS. *"..< AND *an WKST HBCOND HTRIET. YILKPHONK IS* St INSCRIPTION RATI-S. BY OARRIFR: Ver We*k • .20 Pat Month RO BY MAIL (IHrI.'IDINf) PnSTA(IB): Daily HxrtAi.n, one vow Sts 00 Daily Hum., Hi months. 4.2 ft Daily Herai.ii. three months, 2.25 Daily ItKRAi n, one month SO Weekly 1 KSAi.n, one year 180 Vkkkly HfiiALh, six months 1.00 Wekki.y if (KAi.l), three months 00 ILLCsrnATF.iI Herald, per copy 20 Entered «t the p mortice at Lot Angeles as aeooßn class mall matter. ANNOUNCI-MI-NTS. The papers of all delinquent m all sulnerlbsrs to tho Daily Hksai.l" will bt proinpily dlroon tlnued hereafter. No papers will b» sent to subscribers by mall unlosi the same, have been paid for li advance. This rule l« Inflexible. L. V. Fisher, newsoaper advertising 21 Merchsnts' Kxchange, Han Francisco, Is an autheruttd agent. This paper Is kept on flle In his ofllce. , _ Tux H...

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