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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! FAIR WEATHER: WARtIER, WITH WESTERLY WINDS. ' VOL. XL. NO. 96. WE LEAD in Style, Quality and Price. MIII|M I f fTT»»T¥» OUR CLOTHING is All of the Finest Makes. WE ARE Prepared to Meet All Competition. ..r...r.w.W*Hl V ' rTTTTTTTTT-"'" — ■■■■■■■■ m . Offer For the Next 3 Q DAYS OUR Summer Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE. 138, 140, 143 S. Main. St. SPECIAL NOTICE. The combination of Gas Fixture manufacturers has gone to pieces. Prices have dropped for the time being. You should now buy your Gas, Electric or Combination Fixtures, \t the liberal discounts we are offering at present on our rntire elegant stock* MEYBERG BROS. BRASS MP 18 »S. Our Metal Bedsteads Are the Best. They Are Light, Airy, Cheerful and Ornamental. Do Not Tarnish. We Have All Grades and Patterns to Suit the Purses and Tastes of All Buyers. FINE BEDDING to Match the Bedsteads in Every Vari...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

2 PACIFIC COAST NEWS GLEANINGS The Mid-Winter Fair Executive Committee. Mr. J. S. Slausoa of Los Angeles Made a Member of It. Hon. Henry T. dace Declined the Hon or—A Big Fire at Fresno—Admiral Ferragut'a Old Flagship to Be Refitted. By the Associated Press.l San Francisco, July 15.—When the midwinter fair executive committee met today, Hon. Henry T. Gage declined ap pointment as a member of tbe executive committee, owing to business engage ments. A telegram was received in dorsing J. S. Slauaon, a banker and capitalist of Los Angeles, and Mr. Slau aon wae unanimously elected to repre sent tbe southern portion of the etate on the executive committee. Mr. Slau aon waa notified by telegraph of hie election and he telegraphed hia accept ance. FARRAGUT'S OLD FLAGSHIP. The Hartford to Re Refitted and Re placed in Commission. Yallejo, Cal., July 15.—1t eeems more than probable that Admiral Farra aut's old flagship Hartford is to be re fitted and will once more fly tbe com mission pennant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SAN BERNARDINO. tf-he New Insane Asylum to Open August 1st —News Notes. San Bebnabdino, July 15.—The com missioners have decided to open the Highland insane asylum the first of next month, when it will be completed. Resident physicians of the other asy lums oi the state, located at Stockton, Napa, Agnewe and Mendocino, to gether with Dr. Campbell, superin tendent of the asylum near here, met the other day at Sacramento for the purpose of arranging for the transfer of patients. The asylum at Highlands, when finally completed, will accommo date about 250 patients, bnt until the other wing is built not over 150 can be accommodated. At the conference held at Sacramento it was lesolved to trans fer 100 patients on the Ist prox. Of the 100 to be brought here 40 will be sent from Napa and the same number from Stockton, while 20 will be sent by tbe Agnews. The asylum near here can only take care of inaane people residing at the time of their commitment in Southern Cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMD WEISIT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, josxru D. Lynch. Jambs J. Ays&s AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. S«S AND 825 WEST BICOND STREET. • _ TELEPHONE 156 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week 8 .30 Per Month SO BY MAIL (IscLrniNu Postaob): Daily Herald, one ve»r ssa 00 Daily Herald, tlx months 4.25 I Daily Herald, three months 2.28 ! tiAixT Herald, one month HO i Weekly "sralb, onevetr 1.60: Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Heuald, per copy 20 Entered at the postofllce at Loi Angeles aa second clan mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The ptfero of sll delinquent mail snbinrib ,'ra to the Daily Hesai.d will be promptly dl-oon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by malt unless the SAnii have been p»ld foT in advanco. This ruls is inflexiblo L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising fluent, 21 Merchant*' Exchange, Hen Francisco, is mi authorised agent. This paper fs kept on file in , his office. The Hskald Is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

WIFE- MURDER AND SUICIDE. Luca Sciscich's Terrible Crime Yesterday Morning. The Cause of His Bloody Act Not Entirely Defined. A B)bo»t bnt Unhappy Married Ufa—The Wire Kaeapod Her Husband Only to Retnrn to Her Heath. One of the moßt terrible crimes ever perpetrated in Lob Angelea county oc curred early yesterday morning at 416 Boyd street, where Luca Scißcich, in a mad fit of unreasoning passion, first shot his wife through the heart, and then turning tbe weapon on himself Bent a bullet into his brain. About B:3U in tho morning the family of C. E. Crowley, who reside next door to the house fn which the tragedy oc curred, heard the sound of voiceß raised in dispute. Shortly afterward came the report of/a pistol, followed in a few sec onds by a second discharge. Q. H. Crowley, fearing something ter rible had occurred, ran to the nearest telephone and Bent in a message to the police station. Detective Benson and Officer Harris were in the station and were immediately sent down to the h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

6 ADVERTISEMENT? • The most direct method of reaching tbo : ; public aud making known your : * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T S S WWWW A A SK N T s WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A N N N T SSSS WWWW AAA A N N N T g WW WW A A N N N T g WWAAN NN T B 8 WW A A N NN T SSSts Is through the classified ad columns of Tim Hekai.d. It is cheap, brings quick relurns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those lie wishes to reach. OOCt. A K SS SS SS S II FFFII FEE ran B°_ nCC !!!, \\ Hb II I! ol bSkeSdi? A DDD L EF.E ITTT S SS S AA D Dl. I T g " AAD D L EE T B SS S AAA DDL E T s. s A A DDD LLLLEEH T B SS° Inserted in the columns ol The Hefalp at $ * • 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : t $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : Special rates for a longer period. : * * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell properly will do well to ad vertise in The Herald. > * OFFICIAL CITY FArEB. jk :!: CHURCH NOTICES. COR. Adams and Figueroa streets. ( elebration of the Holj Euchari...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND A Picture of the Rapid Growth of Vanderbilt. It Will be the Great Mining City of California. The Carga Itlaohaeho Placers— Proipcot l«K on the Peninsula—The Plena oho Ulalius—The Llvlngstoue Mine—As to Peglec. Vanderbilt Nugget: No mining camp on the Pacific coast ever Btarted to build with the great promise that Van derbilt does today. Surrounded on every side as we are with an untold quantity of mineral wealth, millions of which is yet undeveloped, but a short time will elapse before we will become another Virginia City or the Leadville of California, and when the telegraph is brought to our doors by the rapidly ad vancing Nevada Southern railroad we will then be in constant communication with the whole world. We know that time is close at hand, for the poles and wires are now only about five miles from Vender hilt. The rapid growth of oar town at tbe present time, and the still more rapid strides which are only waiting for building material, will cause u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bureau. Roportof obiesratlons taken at LO3 Angelas, Jnly IS. 1593: < a. m ](>J Maximum temperature. BS. Mininiulu temperature, SO. Indications. Forecast for Bo'ithe-n OVifosoia: Fair weather; warmc; westerly winds. Don't forget Mrs. White's lecture tonight at Turner Hall. Free. John Sullivan, a printer, was booked at tbe city jail last night for medical treatment. Undelivered telegram at the Western Union tolegrsph office, corner of Court and Main streets. July 15, 1893, lor Mrs. W. M. Bayleas, C. 11. Heed & Co., M. B. Miller. Mrs. Mary A. White of San Diego will deliver a free lecture at Turner hall tomorrow evening. Subject, Woman and the Church. A line musical pro gramme has been arranged. E. N. Baker was discharged at Bed lands yesterday on the charge of embez zlement by The Leader, a Redlands paper. He is publishing The Sun at Ban Pedro. There are no other com plaints, as haß been alleged, against Mr. Baker. The case was simply precipi tated by enemies...

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

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. APOTHEOSIS OF SAINT PIZARRO. A Reply to Charles F. Lummis's Theory. The Conqneror of Peru Presented iv Ilia True Character. «o Ia Held to Ha a Bloat Inhuman Wretoh-Flne Qualities of the Ap c|ent Peruvians—An Inter esting Study. fTIY ABTIIUR JOIIVSTON.] Perhaps that man never lived who was too vile to have t\n admirer or an apolo gist. There was not wanting a hand to strew roses on the tomb of a Nero, nor an eye to shed tears over the cruel fate of a Robespierre. Columbus is to bs canonised, and Mr. Charles Lummis, following the lead of tbe pope, and assuming in himself all the powers of the college of cardinals, proposes to preß.de at the apotheosis of Francisco Pizarro—perhaps the moat in human wretch that ever slaughtered hia fellow creatures for tbe greater glory of God. It may be, however, that a motive other than admiration of hi s subject an imates Mr. Lv minis. Sensationalism is the order of our day, and many a writer who otherwise would have remained i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

10 fail to see ie the Libber glass factory, lo cated in the Midway Plaieance, near the entrance to the park grounds. The factory waa erected and is owned and operated by tbe famous Libbey Glass company of Toledo, 0., of which Mr. E. D. Libbey is president. Tbe company is represented in California by Messrs. H. F. Vollmer & Co. of Los Angeles. The factory here is one of the few ex hibits that was in readiness when the fair opened, Mr. Libbey'e characteristic enterprise and promptness being equal to the overcoming of all obstacles that delayed tbe completion on time of bo many enterprises. Ever since tbe open ing of the fair these glass works have been running in fine shape and attract ing thousands of visitors daily to watch the interesting process cf glass manu facture. But of all the beautiful goods turned out by skilled workmen the ob ject attracting most attention is the wonderful glass dress, made for Princess Eulalia, now on exhibition. It ia doubt ful if any one thing in t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

OUR MOTHER'S BOOK. We search the world for truth; We cull the good, tho pure, the beautiful. From gravestones and from written scroll, from all old flower fields of the soul. And weary seekers of tho best We oome back laden from onr qnest To find that all the sages said la In tlie Book our mothers read. —Whlttler. A POINT OF HONOIL There wag a commotion in Scratch Gravel, Wy., on the morning of June IS, 1875. Jack Langworthy, a local Belobrity, had killed a tenderfoot from Pennsylvania, and there was naturally some curiosity, if not to say excitement, over the affair. The circumstances of the case were about like this: Jack and ♦he were having a little game of cards, when the former noticed a slight deception on the part of his ad versary in the way of dealing himself from one to four cards too many and concealing them in his coat sleeve. "Sioh proceedings are entirely foreign to the customs of this yer camp," finally remarked Langworthy, and at the same time sent a pistol shot into...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS L. BEHYMER Harper Brothers in their Distaff series have just issued Women and the Higher Education, edited by Anna C. Brackett. A few words of explanation is needed to show how valuable the contents of this book really are. The series of collec tions, of which this volume is a part, is made np of representative work of the women of the state of New York in pe riodical literature. This literature has been classified under its conspicuous divisions—poetry, fiction, history, art, biography, translation, literary criti cism, and the like. A woman of eminent success in each department baa then been asked to make a collection of repre sentative work in that department, to in clude in it an example of her own work, and to place her name upon the volume as its editor. These selections have been made, as far aa possible, chrono logically, beginning with the earliest work of the century, in order that the volumes may carry out the plan of the exhibit of woman's work in li...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

New York, July 11, 1893. AYR you ever S considered that I of all the gowns ever made the one from which you car> get the most wear for the longest while and for the greatest number f occasions <s a ittlehlack China eilk. The Bilk must be of tho very beat qual ity. Such comes os wide aa wool, ia of close tex ture, smooth, glossy surface aad washcalike linen. The gown must be made all in one, both skirt and bodice being shirred to a good wide belt. The whjfrh of the belt extends above the waist line so that the "general effect of the gown is ahortwaisted. The bodice opens in front, so does the skirt, and what a comfort it is not to have to bother about a placket hole. Make the belt extra big around, and double bo as to accommodate a drawing ribbon. The bodice ia full and has a sort of eurplice front; that is, the collar crosses over and fastens at the side, and carries some For home and journeying. of the fullnesß'of the bodice with it, making it double breasted at the top, thou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

14 WOMAN'S WORLD. RUDENESS AT THE QUEEN'S DRAW j ING ROOM OCCASIONS AN EDICT. To Keep Ont the Flics —Children at a New York Wedding—lnstructors In Battel Making—To Abolish the Kitchen—Ross Klizubeth Cleveland. The disgraceful proceedings of a mdo and ill conducted crowd, mainly com posed of women, assembled at the queen's drawing room, which "is held for tho purpose of enabling women of accredited positions to pay their respects to their sovereign and present to her thoir daugh ters or other ladies who havo not thus made their formal entry into society," is described by The Ladies' Pictorial of London. It is reasonable to suppose that Tinder snch circumstances tho conduct of the women would be beyond reproach, but on the contrary it soems to bo some what on the order of the crowd at tho races, and the approach to tho throne room is converted into a scene of con fusion and vulgarity. At the first draw ing room in May tho gorgeously dressed guests apparently disregarded tho fact that ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 July 1893

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

16 OUT ON THE RANCHES San Diego Union: W. K. Gunnis. hor ticultural commissioner for the district embracing the bay region, bus after arduous labor completed all arrange ments for making war ou the fruit pests, and has pretty well demonstrated that scale can effectually be destroyed. As sisted by J. B. Johnson, an expert fnmi gator whose services he was fo -Innate enough In securing, he has been expe rimenting with the cyanide process for destroying scale, and has in every in stance met with unqualiued suctpss, ftl though at first met with the remark on afl sides that the various varieties of scale could not effectually be wiped out. A few Hays ago an orange tree la Bryant Howard's yard at Tenth and B streets, which was literally covered with black and brown scale, was treated by Mr. Gunnis and his associates, with the re sult that npt a single living insect so far as coirld be seen with a microscope, remained. Last night seven more trees aj the same place were subjected to tho cyan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 July 1893

TODAY'* FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WEATHER; WARllER, WITH WESTERLY WINDS. fc VOL. XL. NO. 97. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ WE LEAD in Style, Quality and Price. QUR CLOTHING is All of the Finest Makes. WE ARE Prepared to Meet All Competition. QUR Summer Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices. Mullen, Bluett & Co. . Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PEACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. SPECIAL NOTICE. The combination of Gas Fixture manufacturers has gone to pieces. Prices have dropped for the time being. You should now buy your Gas, Electric or Combination Fixtures, % At the liberal discounts we are offering at present on our entire elegant stock. MEYBERG BROS. BRASS ID ll BEDSTEADS Our Metal Bedsteads Are the 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 All Buyers. FINE BEDDING to Match the Bedsteads in Every Variety—Ouf Own Make. LOS ANGELES ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 July 1893

2 CLEVELAND BURNED IN EFFIGY. Hoodlums at Kingman, Ariz., Amuse Themselves. all on Account of the President's Enmity to Silver. Henry Clews Submits m Scheme for in creasing; the Circulation of the Country—lndia's Action Explained. Br Mm Associated Press.] Kingman, Ariz., July 16.—Last night a few hoodlums fixed up an effigy of President Cleveland and burned it in front of a saloon in spite of proteßts from the business men and principal minerß of the county. The attitude of the preaident on the silver question is Baid to be the cause. HENRY CLEWS' SCHEME. A Plan for Increasing- the National.Bank Circulation. Washington, July I(s.—Comptroller Eckels hae received the following letter from Henry Clews, the well-known banker: "The National Bank act certainly should be mended to provide for notes being issued up to the par value of the United States bonds, and another amend ment that would also be wise would provide for the isßue of notes against the ■nrplus capital of national banks to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. Summer Crowd! Begin to Appear at the Beach and Canyon. Santa Monica, July 16.—A good crowd, good music by the Ninth In iantry band on the esplanade, free open air concert by the local musicians at the Neptune gardens and excellent fish* ing at both wharves is a brief epitome of the day. At the hotels the crowd was large, es pecially so at the Jackson, Lawrence and liellevue cottage. My little squib about tbe dog nui sance has been favorably commented on by a large number of Hkralo readers. It ia to be hoped our board of trustees will adopt stringent methods to abate it. Services commenced in tbe big tent last evening, a large audience being present. The chorus music was a very attractive feature, led by Charles E. Day of Los Angeles. Rev. F. L. Smith, the New York evangelist, will lead the services from now on which will be held twice daily, at 2 .30 and 7:30 p. m. Tbe Congregational church held their *Aorping service in the tent. A large crowd w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 July 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMD WKKKLT. l_ ', - . ■ ■ THE OFFICIAL, CITY PAPER. JOSIPH D. 1/yngh. Jamis J. AYIBS AVERS So LYNCH, publishers. r23 and 22.-. yvkst Bkoond street. tblbpltonk 150 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CABBIES: _ „. Per Week 9 .JO Per Month s0 BY MAIL (IwcLUDiNO Postaok): Dail VHkrald, one Year °*> Daily'Hkralb, six months. Daily Hebai.d, three months Zn Daily Herald, one month .BJ» Weekly-Merald, one year J o" Weekly Hkralo, six months 1."" Weekly Harald, three months o« Illustrated H kiiai d. per copy Entered at the postoffice at Los Anireles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEAtENTS. The papers of all delinquent mnil subscribers lo the Daily Herald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers trill be »ent to subscribers by mail unless the same havf been paid for in advance. This rale Is Inflexible L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising siren t, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San" F.rannsoo, is an authorixed agent. This papor is kept on file in his office. , _ . , Th...

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