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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

CHAMBER OF HORRORS RELICS. Blood-Stained Weapons all La beled and Shelyed. A Collection of Objects Connected With Local Tragedies. Assassin Ansehlag's Hatchet — Won* Ark'a PUtoU-Hattle Wolrsteln's Hatchet and Doc Harlan's Teeth—Lenox's Billet. Coming right out of the sun into the' criminal room of the county clerk's office, tbe visitor at the new county court house is inclined to shiver as if it were cold. When the county records were hidden •way in the venerable old court house on Spr:ng street, the full effeot of the accumulation of grisly criminal exhibits were lost. But now they are marshaled in great shape in the Chamber of Horrors in the new building, and a real nice ghastly ensemble is obtained. The only drawback to a full enjoyment of the collection is found in tbe custodian of room No. i), Deputy Clerk McQraw. who exhibits his relics of crime with an abominably cheerful countenance, as if bloodstained knives and cracked skulls were a sort of perennial joke. The little room'...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

i ADVERTISEMENTS, : The most direct method of reaching the : : public and making know n your : * - , * WWW A NN N TTTTT RSSS W WW W AA NN N T 8 S W WW W A A NNN T S W WW W A A NNN TS WW WW A A NNN T SSSS WW WW AAAA NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 WWAAN NN T 8 8 W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. 000 L A H SS a k SS= II PPP II FEE ODD LCL AA a « S HP PIT F, D D £ A A PPP II EE D D CL AAA X 5 H SUP HE D D OLLLLA A b SS aB SS s IIP II EKE DDD A DDD L EEETTTT S SS S AA D DL X T « AA D T> L KB T B SS a AAA DDL F Too A A DDD LLLLEEE T B SS° Inserted in the columns of The Herald at *" * • 5 CENTS PER LINE FER DAY. i ; $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : : Special rates for a longer period. '* , * . Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well lo ad vertise in the Herald. • OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. t k i , CHURCH ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

fe=sS| NOW IT IS OUR TURN H ■ and figure up the saving in H| B money to yourselves. Buy BJ I !:s P riL. say? m,sfits a,,d ♦♦♦♦!«:♦•♦♦ To Inaugurate a Grand Clearance Sale. I mi A towering testimonial to ___________________ " in the force of honesty and __________________________ HQ ll] square dealing—a living nion- t>i„ H ffl ument to the value of pluck, 1 liere are some firms in this city that are telling the public about eight months out of the fl I push and enteiprise. Our , , _ -•••_» „ , fl fl solid, substantial growing year about their great bargain sales; in fact, they sing the song of bargains so often that most fl fl trade speaks for itself. _ ; B I we have not felt the back- P e °ple have very little faith in their assertions. NOT SO WITH US. I il ward season. We're not com- fl 1 WE ONLY MAKE TWO CLEARANCE SALES EACH YEAH, I H treatment have been the all- aii -i • • i -v-r -. B |] powerful magnet to attract Ana when we say bargains we mean just what we say. No merchant ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

ft NOTES Weather Bureau. Keportof observations taken at Loi Angeles Inly 7. 1893: Ttm«_ I Ttap ITho. iHH'mllV'rflVftl I •a. m 60 69 6 3 Maximum Minimum i Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. The Liberal and Progressive union will give a concert and ball at Turner hall tomorrow evening. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. July 8. 1893, for F. Fromm and Mrs. Alibone Morten. The sermon of Dr, Thompson, of the Unitarian church, on Lesßons from the Bank Panic, was reported last Sunday and has been printed and may be had at tbe church door this morning. The board of supervisors were very busy yesterday listening to the applica tions of individuals for a reduction in their assessments. The business of the board was confined entirely to its duties Bitting as a board of equalization. Mr. Frank Wiggins has telegraphed from Chicago stating that he has ex hausted tbe stock of information p...

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

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. OUT ON THE RANCHES Jfoiaona Progress: There were so **any conflicting reports down this way as to the prices of deciduous fruits and . methods of handling it in Santa county, that the proprietors of this pHfisr addressed letters to different par &s at San Jose asking the facts. Among •bo several replies we regard tha follow ing from Edward F. Adams, vice-presi dsnt of the Santa Clara County Fruit Exchange, the fullest and most to the point. It h dated San Jose, June 30th. A few sentences which have no bearing on the subject in hand are omitted: "The 'cot market opened here **ith few sales at $40 for the run of tbe orch ard but shot right up when tbe carriers lound money not available. Our pimple mostly dry their own fruit and are not bothering themselves very much about If ice of green 'cots; why tne d—don't you folks do the same? Wherever 'cots are selling at all anywhere in tho north iVqsv are selling at from $35 to $40 for pinner's use, while our report...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

10 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS. [Continued from Third page.] on*. Many farmers made the mistake of planting the seed too deep. There will be 1600 acrea which will prodnce from 10 to 15 tana to the acre. Thia will bring to the pockets of the farmers up wards of 160,000, and will prove a great boon to tha oonnty. Ths work of harvesting the apricot crop is progressing well and the crop promises to bs larger than usual. Ths prioe being paid, too, ia high. NOTES. All the churches will hold servicea tomorrow, save tbe Christian. The Free Methodist campmeeting is still in progress and being largely attended. A daily stage between this city and Laguna and Arch B6aches ia to be put on in a few days. The supervisors have nearly completed the work of equalizing the assessment list. On Monday the board will meet and select a site for a court houae. There are a number of blocks in different parts of the city which will be offered. Vina H. Goff has commenced an ac tion in the superior court against ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND. An Alleged Bonanza at Cal malli, Lower California. Mining- News Matters from 'a Num ber of Localities. A Gold Field Near Heaperle— King Solo mon's Ulaes—A Lower California Goncestlon-C'arga Mucha eho Placers. •The San Francisco Bulletin oi a re cent date contains the following: Galmaxli, Lower California, Mexico,) June 20, 1893. f While so much is being said of the va rious gold camps in the different parts of the world, bat little er nothing is ■aid of some of those close at home. In fact, but little has ever been said through the oolnmns of the press con cerning the mines of Calmalli. The mines of Calmalli are situated in the north central portion of Lower Cal ifornia, and are midway between the Gulf of California and tbe Pacific ocean. They lie 113 dag. 30 mm. W. and 28 deg. 15 mln. N., being due east of Cedros island, in tbe Paotfio, and due west of Guaymas, Honors and Menico. and about 400 miles south of the Alamo mines, near Entenada. Tha nearest way...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHOR L. BEHYMER Henry Holt's recent issue of a new novel by Miss Sarah Barnwell Elliott is a genuine surprise. John Paget will probably excite quite as much interest as did her Jerry, though presenting an altogether different phase of thought. It is not principally—as in the case of Jerry—a "novel of incident, but rather a study of modern conditions, Bocial, in tellectual and religious, set forth by means of the persons involved; and although some of the scenes are laid in the west and the south, the characters really present the mental and social at mosphere of New York and Newport, which places are largely involved in the narrative. The serious note struck in John I'aget is to be found in the telling contrast between the beauty of a true Christian devotion and the lowness of the Btandard set by the "emrrt" Bocial set. The love story of the book is really tragic, in spite of the fact that Miss Elliott employs a "mo tive" as old as literature itself. It is a study of ...

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

" York. July 7th. AJtELYinthepast have white and cream white been combined. When it was done, it was by mistake, and Ihe gown was con sidered to be ru ined. Matching whites was always a difficult matter, and one requiring great care. Old yellow lace could be used on white, but even then the white selected would be cream. Now, however, nrpum ont.in And white satin, o» cream white and blue white are combined, and the effect is charming. Great sleeves, bodice belt and bands about tbe akirt are made of tbe one, all the rest being of the other shade. Sometimes an under dress of the cream white, made empire and low neck, has a flowing gown of blue white worn over it, set very full on the band of the low neck of the under gown, across the back and under the anna, and Modified empire. stopping at each aide ol the front. Bnch a gown is really regal. The outer satin must h« v«ry heavy and the fronts double; indeed, the whole outer gown to be quite safe should be double, and to calculate the s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

14 WOMAN'S WORLD. CERTIRCATEB OF LEARNING GIVEN TO WOMEN LAW STUDENTS. Royal Wo mem In Spain—Xnvrs Relating to Women In One State—Effect of the Kan / M Election—Sho Finished the College 1 Course— A Waahins»ou Reception. i After a year's grappling with the stat ute of frauds, the statute-of limitations, ex-pest facto laws, widows' quarantino, the problem of minority representation and all those other subjects that come tinder the liead of elementary law, 23 women, with bright eyes and glowing cheeks, assembled upon the platform of one of tho smaller halls in the Carnegie Musio hall to receive certificates of learn ing. These women composed the law class of the University of the City of New York. Tie object of the law class Is to prepare women to enter the law •ohooL Of these 23 women, seven intend to continue the study of law. Tho others look it up merely as a pastime or for the sake of getting an idea of what the men Were always talking about The young est woman in the class is Mies...

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

OUR MODERN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. * —-——_ Bam ft to, oram it in, BS. Children's heads are hnlloirt «l Slam it to. Jam lt in, iS?* --t Still there's mora to follow, r* ' » Hygiene and history, ~TBC s. Astronomic mystery, "3s Altrebra, histology, ' : _w' w Latin, etymology, r-> r»- Botany, geometry, > * . | »«ek and triKonometryt " v4w"" Bam It to, oram It In, ■Hi Children's beads are hollow. «. . ' Bap It In, tap it In; ■'. i ■ What are teachers paid fort Bang it to, slam It tn; i j What are children made for? Ancient archaeology, Aryan philology, _jj Paraody, zoology, ' r...^' Physios, climatology, " *'' Calculus and matheraatloa, . Bbetoriu aud hydrostatloai Sfc, ► Hoax It in, coax lt In, Children's heads are hollow* jf Booid it in. moid lt ln, : All that they can swallow! Fold It 10. bold it to, k Still there's more to follow. Faces pinched, sad and pale. Tell the same unvarying tele. Tell of moments nobbed from sloop, ( Meals not anted, studies deep; Those who've passed the furnac...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 July 1893

16 REGION FULL OF LATENT WEALTH. The Country Between Salt Lake and Los Angeles. Rich Farmintr Lands and Valuable Gold Mines. Description of Some Ranches Which Show the Fertility of the Soil. Tho Timber nnd tbe Minos. rßelow will be found the second letter from Colonel Brooks of Pomona on tbe rich territory betv?een Salt Lake City and Los Angelea.J My traveling companion Capfain J. W. Wright and self lelt my Nevada headquarters, Younte Ranch post oilice, Manse Nye county, Nevada, on the 6th of June, and by the way of the old emi grant road of 1810 proceeded to cross the Yellow Pine mountain, camping at the old Old Potosi lead mines, near a group of fine springs surrounded by miles of fine pifun and janiper timber. It is a commanding soot, romantic and historical too. From the top of Potosi mountain a vast extent of country stretching over Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California ie commanded by the eyes, and looking down at the foot of the i mountain a beautiful view is had of tho j long...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

TODAY'S PORECAST. POR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARMER; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 90. WE LEAD io Style, Quality and Price. QUR CLOTHING is All of the Finest Makes. WE ARE Prepared to Meet All Competition. .....;..t'JT'*'*'**H"HH 111 l 11l I I I I I 111 I I fl TT f»»TTTTTTTTfTT» »TTW»»« VTYYTT» »f » » AND Will Offer For the Next 30 DAYS ' JTX" — -~ OUR Summer Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices. y T y tTTTVTVTT 9 *ftM v V* TVTTTTT TTTTTYTtfytTTTTtTTTTTfTtTTfT Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. JVlain St. WE HAVE MADE FURTHER LARGE REDUCTIONS On our entire stock, and will keep ap our Immense Clearing Sale For some weeks yet, to close out our RETAIL DEPARTMENT MEYBERG BROS. brass md Iron bedsteads. uur metai iieeisteaas Are me Best. They Are Light, Airy, Cheerful and Ornamental. Sanitarily They Are Perfection, and Positively Do Not Tarnish. We Have All Grades and Patterns to Suit the Purses and Tastes of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

2 THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS. Closing' Scenes in the Conven- 1 tion at Monteal. French Canadians Hake More Hostile < Demonstrations. • i Speakers Jeered by the Mob—Police Agalu Compelled to Interfere—A Serious Klot Only Averted by a Display of Force. . By the Associated Press.] Montreal, July 9.—At 2 o'clock, J when the Ohriatian Endeavor meeting J in the tent waa oalled to order, a large < audience waa preaent to hear Anthony < Comatock of New York in an address * on "Foes to Society, Church and State." : It was well received, and during the de- ( livery a large crowd of French Canadi- , ans gathered and jeered at tbe speaker. They became noisy and had to be die- j parted by the police, and one of the leaders waa taken into cuatody. Thia Summary action induced them to scat ter after ainging tbe Mareellaise as a tort of rejoinder to "Stand Up for Jesus." which waa sung at tbe oloie of Cometock'a address. Miss Belle Kearney of Florida fol lowed, and at times it was hard for t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. Thousands of visitors—l.oo»l Notea trad Personals. Camp Neptune No. 8315 A. O. F. was organized at Santa Monica on Saturday evening at Masonic hall, when 27 char ter memberi were initiated into the beautiea of the order, there being a number of applicants who failed to be present and will be initiated at the next meeting. M. J. Mcgulneae, D. C. R., being the organizer. Louis Thome, D. L. C. R., assisted by the Messrs. Black man, Ryan, Adoook, Mead and Cllne visiting Foresters did the work and ex emplified the beautifiul ritual of the order. The following officers were chosen: J. P. Proctor, P. 0. R.; E. Vander Veer, O. R.; A. Vender Gracht, S. 0, R.; O. P. Dorian, treasurer; E. E. Barackman, Financial Secretary; M. L. Wines, Recording Secretary; Thomas Pruddens, S. W.; Wm. Carter, J. W.; O. S. Falkenstrom, S. B.; M. Meehan, J. B. trustees, James Grady, E. Chaffey, M. ]>~ and Juan Salgado; Edward Chaffey, M. D., court physician. After tbe close...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

_4 10S ANGELES HERALD DA.II.V AND WKRKJ.V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■j ■ ■ ' . ' _ JOSMPH JA LYROH, JiSES J. AYIR3 AVERS «&. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. ESS AMD »9S WKST SItOOXO STREET. TELEPHONE T56 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week s .20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (Ihclddin* Postage:): Daily Herald, one voir $R 00 Daily Herald, six, months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Daily Herald, one month fi O Weerlx Herald, oneyesr.„ 150 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three mpnthß 50 Illustrated Herald, per Copy -20 Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers.of all delinquent mail stibsrribsrs to the Daily HebalD win be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to Subscribers by mail unless the same hare been paid for iv advance. This rule ls inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper adrertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper ls kept on file in his office. The Hera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

THE NEW CHURCH AT WHITTIER. The Catholics Dedicate Their Place of Worship. 4 Largo Attendance of Ecclesiastical Dignitaries. w TheTtppressJvA Ceremonies-Rev. rather ntagepald'a Sermon on the Strength of the Church. The Choir. Yesterday was a joyous day at Whit tier, the occasion being the celebration of the dedication of the new Catholic church at that beautiful little village. A special train of nine oars carried fully 1000 participants'in the festivities, com poaed'of members of the clergy of this city and different civic and religions so cieties. St. Joseph's Verein and tbe A. O, H. orders were oat in fall lorce and regalia, headed by a brass band. On the arrival of the train at Whit tier, a detachment of the state school military company acted as eaeort and heading the procession, marched to the church, followed by the Catholic Knights of America, W. H, Wheeler, president; A. O. H., C. Hickson, presi dent; L. 0. B. S., W. H. Wheeler, pres ident, and St. Joseph C. B. S., M. Rieg ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

6 ADVERTISEMENTS, ; The most direct method of reaching the : : public and making known your : # * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T R S W WW W A A NNN T 8 VTWWW AA NNN T S WW W W A A NNN T SSSS WW WW A AAA NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 W W A A N NN TBS W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of Thf Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser ln direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. COOL A aSS O oSS,. 11 PPP It KKB DDD COL AA »J D II P PII E I) I' 0 L A A "SS,, "SS,, 11 PPP II EE D D 0 OL AAA H Ss «UP HE D D OOCLLLLA a'W^SS 8 !! P II EKE DDD A DDD L ERBTTTT S SS S AA I> DL X T S AA I) D L ER T B SS S AAA DDL F. T s 3 A A DDD LLLLKEF, T "SB° Inserted iv the columns ol The Herald at 1 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : ; $1 PER LINE PER MONTH : ; BDecial rates for a longer period. m * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in I'UE IIEf.AU>. OFFICIAL CITY PAI'EB. '* *...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

SWEETHEART, FORBEAR! "Bweetb.BO.rt, forbear I" Thus said I to my dear, ihe, with rebellious grace, The light of wayward fancy on her face. And aome half smile, half tear; "May, silence ls not peace; Twere better far than thla wholly to ceasol If I should know no more The rapture of revolt, tho Joyous strife, The free, unfettered air I breathed before." 80 we long time assailed with hot debate. And kindling voice and word. Deep problems,,which a myriad souls have striven— \ Fore knowledge, freedom, fate. Till, wearied out at last, Band clasped in hand, without a word wa twain, Gazing at a moonrlse on I he silvered main, Knew a strange calm enfold our doubt with sleep. And all tho stress and conflict stilled and rant. —Lewis Morris in Blaok aud White STEAMBOAT FRANK. "What place was that?" asked a tall, •ristocratio planter, ns tho steamer pulled away from tho landing into the dusky river. "Kerry's Landing," said tho man be neath tho black slouch hat, who had just Stepped aboard. "Goo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 July 1893

ft Personals Weather Bureau. Report of taksa at Lot Angeln Jnly 9, 1803: 1 ft. m. p m. 51 t 73 100 61 o Maximum temperature, 7S. —Minimum temperature, 541. Indications. Forecssl for Solthern California: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. Mark Plaisted, of the Riverside En terprise, is in the city. Dr. E. L. Pnett, of the Soldiers-home at Santa Monica, ia registered at the Hollenbeck, J. G. Snrtees arrived in this city yes terday from Riverside. He is spending a vacation of afew weeks in the Angel City. Mr. H. Jevne returned yesterday from the east. He visited the world's fair and found it an indescribably fine dis play. H. H. Van Cief of Denver, who ia ex tenaively interested in Colorado mining affairs, ia epending a few days at the Hollenbeck. M. Schaaz, a large capitalist of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is registered at the HoTlehbeck. and intends spending Borne time in Loa Angeles. Otto Anz, a large coffee dealer from Hamburg, ia in the city and ia stopping at the Hollenbeck. Mr. A...

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