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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. OUT ON THE RANCHES While the importance of thinning fruit designed for shipment is generally understood, there are still many who think it does not pay to put any extra labor upon what will be only dried fruit at best. Kven in Vacaville, tbe home of the frnit shippers, we understand that a few who have stuck to fruit drying and given it the same care devoted by their neighbors that shipped green, havo an good bank accounts as most of those who have given their attention to the more attractive and hazardous biancli of the business. Now for the six ways tbat they get pay ior thinning peaches, nectarines or apricots designed for dry ing: I. —IT PAYS IN PICKING. You can thin off half the froit when small quicker than you can pick it when large, and when matured tbe time required to fill a basket depends princi pally npon the number of poaches it holds. II.—YOU GET rAY IN CUTTING, as it takes just as long to cut and spread a small peach as a large one. It takes lon...

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

10 A GAME OF SACRIFICE HITTING. Likewise the Angels Fell at the Pirates' Altar. Harper Had Sweet Revenge by Both Pitching; and Hitting". Local Flayers Jolt Lacked Enough Ban* to win the Game, Although They Tried for Every thing in Sight. It waa a funny game of baseball that waa spread ont over the diamond .at Athletic park yesterday afternoon. George Harper had a little grudge against the Loa Angeles baseball team, and in order to get even he would fill the bases and then wind up the little ball of string and pnt it in his pocket. George was hit hard at times. At some times he was hit harder than at others, but at no time was he hit hard enough to win tbe game. If runs win games it takes hits to make runs, especially when tbe nine in the field put up the game that Stock ton did yesterday. Then, too, the men behind Phillip Knell had a iew mishaps. He paved the way in one inning, and lna imitators were numerous. It was a good game, however, even if the Angels did lose. Stockton had th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD. MISS CHARLOTTE ROBINBON, DECO RATOR TO THE QUEEN. ■Tot a Princess of Romano*—No Hoop., hut j YatExpanslou—Tha Children's Building. , What the Kanaas Election Means —Ath- letic Schoolgirls—Dress Reform. Frequent reference has been made in the past week or so to the beautiful deco rations of tha new Cunardor Campania, but it is known to only a few Americans that the magnificent ocean liner was en tirely upholstered, decorated and fitted op by a woman. Miss Charlotte Robin son, decorator to the queen—the first business woman to receive recognition from her majesty—holds a foremost place in her lino today, which was won by no "fair field or favor," but by de termination, capacity and perseverance, added to true artistio instincts and a na tural and highly cultivated gift of de sign. Eight years ago, having received a thorough training in art, design and modeling, she rented some rooms in her native city of Manchester and stocked them with artistic furniture. There ensued ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS [BY L. BMTTYEKR.] Harper Brothers have jmt issued a new book from the pen of Lillian Bell entitled The Love Affairs oi an Old Maid. Any of the readers of the gentler sex who have tnrned their faces resolutely toward the setting sun will thoroughly enjoy this little book. And for the other readers it will be not only a source for passing away a few long summer hours, bnt will act as a merry maker, it is so full of jolly wit and repartee. It is a pity tbat there is no prettier term to bestow upon a girl bachelor of any age than "old maid," "Spinster" is equally uncomfortable, suggesting;, as it does, corkscrew curls and immi derate attenu ation of fram j: while "maiden lady," Which the ultra-punctilious substitute, is entirely too mincing for sensible, whole-souled people to countenance. I dare cay tbat more women would have the courage to remain unmarried were there so euphonious a title awaiting them as that of "bachelor," which, when shorn of its accompanying a...

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

New York. June 30,1893. The suit ia in two pieces. The upper has a deep collar, that ia a modification of tbe usual sailor, and which stands full on the shoulders and shows the throat to a point pretty well down in front. Tbe mi it (its closely an far as the little boned waist goes. There it is finished by a band of braid to match what is on the collar. A skirt fastened to thia band falls to juat above the knee. It is a little longer on one aide than on Ncgliije villi Rice rest. the other, and that side ia looped tip. The effect ie quite classic, eapecially if you sacrifice to beauty and let the draping be really classic, tbat is, have the ekirt come well below the knee on one aide and be draped well abovo nn the other. Under all you wear knit tights, tbe same color as the body of tue auit. These tights are a fnll ouit nnd cover the whole body. If you want to protect the throat the tights can be finished off with a close collar and have an anchor embroidered on the chest. In that ca...

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

14 A LARGE REGION OF BONANZAS On the Line of the Proposed Road to Salt Lake City. A Correspondent's View of the Mineral and Agricultural Resources. Something; About the Rich mineral De posits—Advance of the Railroad. Ranches Which Teem With Products. Correspondence to the HiRaLD.] Youmt's Ranch, Nye county, Nev., ) June 5, 1893. ) Afi it is a well known fact that tbe watchful eye of all the mineral states and territories, and especially Utah and Southern California, are fixed npon the progress of railroad and tbe mineral and agricultural development of the vast ter ritory lying between Lob Angeles and Salt Lake City; for thia reason I take pleasure in presenting a few facts in re gard to these matters aa obtained in my travels through the country. Leaving Pomona on tbe 14th of May, by private conveyance, a span of mules, a comfort able wagon and Capt. Jamea W. Wright, as male navigator, 1 have bad a pleas ant and interesting trip to this oasis ot the desert, Yount's ranch in Nye cou...

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

A SACRIFICE. It la only a little story. I picked it up upon the beach of Oahn, among the fish ing huts under Diamond Head in those beautiful Sandwich Islands. I shall tell the story imperfectly, knowing so little aaJ do about the locality and the lan guage, but 1 nuked throe or four ques tions afterward as to the Hawaiian words and phrases and what follows is, la far aa 1 can remember, the manner in which it was related: They are wonderful swimmers in the Sandwich Islands, as in almost all those Blaster* of the Pacific archipelagoes, and It te a fine sight for such as love healthy manhood to watch the amphibious peo ple play with the sea. It is as much their home as tbe land. Fishing is gui to as important to them as agriculture, and they all know the ways and whereabouts of the creatures of the deep und of tho reef aa well aa of the birds of the grove and mountain slope. With nets of tho olona fiber and sweep ropes of ki leaves they draw the countless variegated finny tribes into t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 July 1893

16 SOCIETY The many friends of Mr. William F. Nordholt were surprised by his quiet marriage to Mica Anna L. Gately of San Francisco, which occurred ia that city on the 2Ut ult. at St. Mary's cathedral. The happy couple immedi ately left on their wedding trip to Coronado beach. On laet, Thursday tbey returned to this city, and the numerous friends of tbe groom took tbe occasion to pay their respects by a serenade and reception at the residence of D. A. Moriarty, 548 Maple avenue, where tbe couple are temporarily stop ping. Many pleasant things were said about tbe good taste the groom bhowed in selecting such a charming young lady as his life companion, and warm and cordial were the congratulations of those present to Mr. Nordholt, aa well as the kind expressions and good wishes to Mrs. Nordholt. The groom is a prom inent member of Kamona Parlor, N. S. G. W., and the Y. M. L, which unmis takably was shown by the presence of so many members of these societies. A sumptuous repast was ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THB DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER ; CONTINUED WARM WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 83. BARGAINS! BARGAINS? BARGAINS! CHILDREN'S V *% ALL-WOOL SUITS AT $3 and F Look at our window and ace what we are offering at these prices. The Grandest Opportunity Ever Offered in Los Angeles to Clothe Your Little Ones. iSBSf, At a 10 Per Cent. Disconnt Mullen, Bluett & Co! • Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, " * £38, 140, 142 S. Main St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHE. REDUCTIONS On oar entire stock, and will keep up om Immense Clearing Salt for some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBERG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE <*— . o In many sizes and pattern*. Made either for lh3 corcer or for tha side of tho room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety aud all pricej. A very prolty ono fo- $20. EXTENSION TABLES We have them round, oval and souaro. in alt 6iz;s, aad as cheap as T';c p-*r foot patterns shown now than ever before. wiv.«p a» ..t p.r toot,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

2 The country ie being drained of the re maining gold with alarming rapidity. It only remains now briefly to Btate the character of the silver acts of 1878 and 1890 and furnish you reasons for believing the overthrow of public confidence and the present depression in business are the legitimate conse quences of those acts. The natural or normal results of this legislation would probably bave followed much sooner but for the many abundant crops of this country and the numerous failures in that respect abroad. Under the act of 1878 tbe government purchased 291, ---292,019 ounces of fine silver at a cost of $308,199,262, and coined it into silver dollars to the amount of $378,196,793. A profit of nearly $70,000,000 was made by ■tamping a falsehood on the coins, and covered into the treasury as so much profit. Under the act of 1890, the gov ernment, np to Jane 1, 1893, purchased 146,361,867 ounces. Under the act of 1800 there were coined addi lonal dollars to the amount of $36,087,040. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. Many Visitors—Shipping at tha Wharf. Notes. Santa Monica, July 2.--Today there wm a big crowd here as usual. The Ontario band gave ue a good open air concert at the Esplanade, and the local band one at Neptune Gardens. Profes sor Harry Harmon dove from the wharf and the orchestra at the Arcadia played Annie Laurie. Bathing was the order of the day, all the establishment* - being liberally pat ronized, while the hot baths at North beach were beseiged by the knowing ones. POBT LOS ANGELES NEWS. The Santa Rosa arrived yesterday from San Francisco, landing 20 passen gers and 155 tons of miscellaneous freight, taking 10 tone of freight to San Diego. The steam schooner Sunol moored at the wharf with 8169 ties from Point Arlna. The steam schooner Westport, from Bear harbor, has been spoken with 7080 ties. The Alcazar is due on Wednesday with ties, and the San Mateo on the 7th with coal. Capt. D. Perks, formerly master of tbe San Mateo, has been appointe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAIXY AHT> WBKRIV. THE OFFICIAL. CITY PAPER. Joseph Jj. Lynch. James J. ayies AYERB Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. 883 AND 885 WEiT SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 150 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BYCAERIKB: Per Week $ .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (iNCLUDijia PosTAiii): DArLY Hkrald, one year «, $S 00 Daily Hkrald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 5.25 Daily Herald, one month HO 'Weekly Herald, onevear 150 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Hkrald, per copy 20 Entered at the posJofnce at Los Angeles as aecond class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail snh9crlb3rs to the Daily Herald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have ■ .e.n ■paid for in advance. This rule is Inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchanec, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper Is kept on file in his office. The Hkrald is told at the O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

MATTERS AMONG CHURCHES. Some (features of the Services Held Yesterday. The Anniversary at Christ Church of Key. Clark's Rectorship. Tbe ICector Outline* the Advancement ■if lli» Vliurnh—Rev. Oaea'a Har mon to Young Men at the *. M. C. A. Christ church, Episcopal, corner Flower and Pico Btreets, celebrated yes terday the anniversary of the assump tion of the rectorship by Rev. Alfred 8. Clark. A large congregation was pres ent, and the choir appeared vested for tho first time. The sermon was mainly retrospective and rehearsed the various details of parish work. The following io an abstract, preserving the most sali ent points: The text was from first Samuel, 7:12: "Hitherto hath the Lord helped ue." In oar public relation to the church had the community, aa a congregation, how very many have been the tokens of God's loving kindness to us ? Not inap propriate can it be deemed to review tho past, if it tends to excite a spirit of thankfulness and will lead on to more devotedness to Gbr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

6 ADVRRTISHHKNTB. x X • The most direct method of reaching the ■ public and making known your X x W W W A NTT N TTTTT RSSS W WW W AA NN N T S S WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WW W W AAAA NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 tW WA AN N N T S 8 . W W A AN NN T SSSS Is through tho classified ad columns of The Hkrald. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with thoso ho wishes to reach. 000 L A S SS K rSS,. II FFFItFEKI-IDD COL AA r v It F IT X DP 0 L A A B SS Q K SS„ II FF II MR l> l> COL AAA « so 011 F II F. D D COO LLLLA A SS SS II F lIKEKDDD A DDD L F.EKTTTToSSo AA D DL E T 2 A A D D L F.R T a SSo AAA DDL E T „ 2 A A DDD 1,1.1.1, EKE T D SS a Inserted in the columns of The Herald at X"" X 1 6 CENTS PER LTNE PER DAY. j $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. j ; Special rates for a longer period. x...: — x Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or Bell properly will do well to ad vertise in The Herald. OFFICIAL CIT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

LOVE'S SEASON. In Bad ewert days when hectic Unshoe Burn red on maple and euraac loaf, When sorrowful winds wall through thorushoa, And all things whisper of losa mid grief, When cloeo and closer hold Frost approaches To snatch the blossom from Nature's breast, When night forevor on day encroaches— Oh, then I think that I love you beat! And yot when winter, that tyrant master, Haa bnried autumn in wallo of snow. And bound and tottered wuero bold Frost cast Lies otitraßfd Nature in helpless woos Wlum all cart ha pleasure:! In fonr w alls center. Arid side by side in tho snug homo nest. We Hat the tempest that cannot enter. Oh, then I say that I love you best! But later on, when the siren season Hotrays the trust of the Hcnllo king. And glad carlh laughs ut the act of treason, jind winter dion in tho arms of spring; Wlion buds and birds all push and Mutter To free fair Nature so long oppressed, I thrill with feelings I cannot utter, And then Ltfun certain I love you host. But when In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 July 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles , July 2, 1893: 7«! Vol I 2 (FoRtry. 0 Clear. a. m. p. m. 100 61 V.W p. 111. |-;'.~_ ,£ I OI |1 a U '~.<:. Maximum temperature, 80. Minimum temperature. Mi. Indication*. Forecast for Boethirn California: Fair weather; continued warm westerly winds. Architect Frank Weeks was taken to the city jail last night and booked as insane. The fourth annual picnic of the Knights of Robert Emmet was held yea terday at the Main street gardens. Undelivered telegram at the Weetern Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streeta. July 2. 1893, lor Jones Taylor. James Watson, a wealthy young rancher of Doininguez, weut down to San Diego yesterday to remain Bevoral days. Col. R. L. Watson, from Doraingnez rancho, arrived in the city yesterday, and intends spending the Fourth with hie Los Angeles friendß. A. J. E. Furbish, the Pacific coaßt agent for Lundborg'B perfumes, ia stop ping at tho Hollenbeck, and is very ill. He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH. ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WBATH BR; CONTINUED WARM NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 84. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! r ♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦»»♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CHILDREN'S |j. ALL-WOOL SUITS AT $3 and $4 F* ♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦ Look at oar window and see what we are offering at these price*. The Grandest Opportunity Ever Offered in Los Angeles to Clothe Your Little Ones. suits™', Al a 10 Per Cent. Discount Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL tPALACE, 133, 140, 142 S. Main St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS On cur entire stock, and will keep up our Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBERG BROS. Dining-Room FURNITURE. OnuvlA CLOSETS In many Bizes and pattern*. Made cither for the corner or for the side of tho room. SIDEBOARDS In endless variety aud all price!. A very pretty one for $20. EXTENSION TABLES pnuern. iho^^ihreyerl.^re" 6 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1893

2 "'< '•«•>• » *"J '»> v»lrt:::jni. bat it l« Ji'Jt •If-'i tl -X .!■•>•.• I• I ii.) m. •'i 'i-r-tl '• ..•(>-! to .! n fcinrtor *oii»f WsAt thwiß,ry ti»ii]t,-d in h N-v.v York: tmiw :„ ii;,! t-lfjcs l.ti i v . til >rt» had heer tt ■•■-■•rei v i.tfereio'-* bet* 4an bin, Cm I'lK'i'ii ; : trieet Njwlands of Nevada. W*e<Tiilive CnmmltUeinaa Juhaeon o» Neva -U, and C tlctnel 1.30 Crand.tll, sec retary of ttie Silver fj j a,::ie. is made out oi whole c.lo'.ti. Tne Bilve- people he said, are ,lel9rm : ne i tt oflffr hitter ooi> isit.ion ti tbe unconditional repeal of the Shoruiau law. They clsim that to do otherwise would be to surrender t the_ gold power which hroruht about . the' demonetization of silver in this country, and wtiich wrought tho de- of the white metal in In dia. At the opening oi the extra ses sion they will vigorously resent euy at tempt to ward off the adoption of anti- Filiibnstering rules. SILVER DAY AT THE FAIR. A Programme Agreed Upon—Governor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. <?Mt> Prolan* and Future— Today'* Pro gramme. The glorious Fourth tneart (ai rnore to Santa Monica tliia year than it haa ever beiore — eince the beautiful city by the sea eras first laid ont and the silver tongue of Tom Fitch proclaims! Its advantages «• a p'ara tor commerce and residence in day* of To, bersnia the new era of de vclopmant Is well outlet way and *•»■ fotnre ib assured. Tho advantages of f he nlar» from every Btnn'ipuinl have •*later] sloe* first the progressive Amencan took pitijnssion ol the Uoiden Mate, bnt they ii*** never been so well rooognized as to tma year of our grave. M,i. And I* Is because •>< this that the :Un<i » rejoices in hei good fortune and somehow In • part ol the plane, for It hef «»er relieved in her future and pruclafc\«4 •« to ths world. The Hkhaio also is a»ppy oe cans* tha good tfjttsenj of |i>* place, recognising the fact, aver b<-t ts <«od'« ■peed lit ail our labors ioi the oeaot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. feaatra D. Lykch. James J. ay«rs AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. ■S3 AND 333 WEST SKCOND STREET. TELEPHONE 158 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week f .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (lN<;i,rnijfe Postage): Datlt Herald, one year $8 00 Daily H«hald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 i'Aii.Y Herald, one month .80 Weekly **eraLD, one year 1.50 Weekly- Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Heralo, three months 50 Illustrated Hsrai.d, per copy 20 Entered at the postoffiee at I.os Anjieles as second claw mall msttcr. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thepspersof all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Hesai.d will bo promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be *ent to subscribers by mall unl-ss the same havo been paid for In advance. This rule is inflexible. L. P. fisher, newsoapsr advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Kxcliant>c, fan Francisco, is an authorised agent. This paper is kept on file iv bis office. The Herald is ro'A a...

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