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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. COLONEL MAYBERRY AS A JEHU. How He Droye a Reporter Down a Mountain. Tbe San Gabriel Millionaire Does Some Lively Traveling. A Vlult to tbe (treat Hemes Dam and tbe Newspaper Man's Interesting Kxpe rlenoe. Moreno Indicator: "Let me intro- duce yon to Colonel Mayberry," eaid Mr. StiUora, the affable hosi of the Palma house at Ban Jacinto. f shook hands with a tall, spare, jolly-looking man sitting by the etove. "He's a newspaper man," sard Stll son. The colonel's face brightened, and it was soon arranged that I should visit the dam with him next day. Stilson smiled, but I did not recognize its sig nificance until I returned. When we started next morning Stllson still seemed to be enjoying himself, as though anticipating some fun. The colonel pioked up the lines, and to my astonishment the horses started off on a dead run. I thought he would pall them down in a moment, but aa he did net, I said: "You must have bought these horses from a Are department." "No, tra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

10 PSYCHE. Golden pinions, purple eyed. Floating down the airy tide Whence there breathes a faint perfume Hinting of the clover's bloom- Hither, thither, fluttering Up and down on tireless wing— What the spell and whose the power Thus to lure her, hour by hour. Does her lover captive dwell In some clover honey cell. Whither after weary flight* She with folded wings alights? Br what mystery of speech > Hoes hia voice tier hearing reach? By wharf augury or sign Hung upon the grass or vine? \ Who the lonely prisoner In vho clover calling her. Bidding her to set him free- Ending his captivity? Tis young Cupid, stricken blind, Shut a clover loaf behind. Calling to the butterfly— "Psycho, Psyche, hero am I!" nk D. Sherman in Youth's Companion. NOT MUEDER. . imagine a mob of men as hungry as a Jttck of -wolves whoso frenzy has boon fired by th\3 scent of blood and in its midst a fellow being, bound hands and S»eV with tlti9 noose of tho lynchmen around his nook. I came suddenly upon suc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD. fWO FLEBHY WOMEN' 3 VIEWS OF FABMION DIFFER WIDELY. Women. Work Ia England—Free Lunohn Far Shoppers—Medicinal Value of Lem on. In the Summer—A Hoyal Design For j *abrles—Seasonable Suggestions. I saw a sight yesterday, and ray eyes Itill ache from the effects. It was a wom fcn. At least part of it was. The rest was dress. The woman part of the ap parition was about 5 feet high and 4 feet II inches broad. I may be an inch or two Wrong about the breadth, hut the out lines indicated those dimensions. I don't know what kind of a hat she had on nor what sort of face she had. From the neck down was what gave my optio nerves neuralgia. Her sleeves were about the size of flour barrels, and her collar, with a stick in the middle, would have made a serviceable family umbrella. From this wide expanse was a sharp inward slant to a waist evidently laced to the point of torture. Then came a reverse slant to the ground, the painfully straight lines of the crinoline broadening out un...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS [BY L. BErlYlfEß,.] Roberta Brothers of Boston ere the publishers ol the memoirs of A. Bronson AlcofJt; His Life and Philosophy, by T. B. Sanborn and William T. Harris. Whatever may be the estimate of Al eott's philosophy by the scholars ot fu ture generations, his life and his work cannot fail to interest Americans of to day. This work is a biography that will be eagerly welcomed by thoee who wish to obtain a clear knowledge of a man of remarkable originality and genins, who was true to high ideals un der discouragements and disappoint ments that wonld have daunted one less heroic and sincere. Mr. Alcott had » the courage of Mb convictions, and never hesitated to express his views regarding the duties and possibilities of life, bo matter how bitter the opposition was to his belief and teachings. His theories regarding education were principally tbe offspring of his own meditations, and be was the pioneer of some methods of in struction that are now popular. The...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

Nk v Vacs:, July 21, 1803. y-,, KALLY PUKrrY , ia wash petticoats arc iiere again. With ||t wash dressea tho yL v> old-fashioned atarched skirt will be worn, to supply the needed stiff ness, but we have learned something by experience with the petticoats we have worn of late, and such starched skirts are not to trimmed with lace. We have found that wash lace is ugly, and that lace etiffened by starch is an abomination, fine Hamburg inav be used or a — niny WW urjbu w* *• ot of tnck?. The material of the skirt •8 not too fine to hold the Btareh. What unakes the new petticoat not the old one He that it is shaped a little and that it lias cute little ruttles on it at the bot tom, often of colored stuff. Aleo, that fit ia not necessarily made of white stuff itßolf. You may have a perfectly dis tracting petticoat made of striped blue and white cambric, with adorable ruf fle!, of eolirj blue. Other wash skirts to be worn with tine muslins tbat accom- Embroidered with Malta*. di«h the r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

v THEATRICAL COMMENT [From Dnnlop's Stage News.] Nellie McHenry will have her next tour at Norfolk, Va., September 7th, un der the management of Manager A.J. Spencer, using tbe great success A Night at the Circus. The company will be .much the same as last year, the addi tions being the De Witt sisters and Will West. Miss Alma Strong, for several seasons the leading lady of the Kbeaand Maggie Mitchell companies, has been engaced to create the part of Olga in Darkest Rus sia, which will be produced Sept. 18th. Mies Strong is a direct descend ant of John Adams, second president of the United States, and her grandfather. Col. E. Babcock, was the first editor of the Hartford Mercury, the first Demo cratic newspaper in New England, ol which the present Hartford Coment is the successor. Roland Reed is looking'at the won ders of the world's fair this week, the leader of a big party, which includes his lfi-year-old daughter and Mies Isa dore Rush, his leading lady. Sadie Martinot is eummtri...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

| ANOTHER FREE GIFT | | jIN ENCYCLOPEDIA GIVEN TO ALL | ,„„,„„„,„„„„„. j | j YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD i fttiUUUUWUiUUTC | ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»-♦, I . ! MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY $8 f 3 I . I A year for the daily or i 3 | j $I 50 A Y eaß FOR THE WEEKLY | | A RE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE a Free Copy of the Valuable Work Named Below. It Contains All the Information a Man 3 A Needs in Ordinary Business, being a Condensation of the Great Encyclopedias of the World. A Request Must be Sent For This Book to Obtain It. Those Who Have Already Paid in Advance May Remit $1, Which Will be Credited to Their Subscriptions, and 3 fc the Book Will be Sent. None Will be Sent Without a Cash Remittance. 3 | EDISON'S HANDY ENCYCLOPEDIA | | OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS I E COMPILED BB THOS. F. gDISOH. Worth Its Weight in Gold. 512 Pages of Closely Printed Matter. A Marvel of Completeness. Absolutely Thorough and Comprehensive. Business Forms, Legal Items, etc., on 2000 Subjects of V...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 July 1893

16 OUT ON THE RANCHES French agricultural reierrtists are hotly engaged in the question, not of feeding etock, but of feeding the soil. In other words, how best to manure land to maintain ite fertility. There are three echools represented. One main taine that barnyard manure alone suf fices; the other that mineral fertilizers simply are adequate; while the third asserts -that tbe barnyard manure ought to be complemented by the mineral ■gents. The latter view is the one generally accepted. The soil is viewed as a rock, at which plants feed". Humus is as nec essary as the laboratory wherein the transformation of foods for plants is effected and prepared for as similation. It is a requisite then to keep up the store of organic matter in the soil, and that barnyard manure con tributes to secure. Hilt the latter does not .contain sufficient elements of fertili ty to produce heavy crops, nor is its ac tion uniformly beneficial for every soil or for dissimilar pVantß. Jj; is here where the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WEATHER; STATIONARY TEJIPBRA.TURE: WBSTgRLY WINDS, ' VOL. XL. NO. 104. SUMMER GOODS — H> IN ALL THE LATEST STYXES Nobby and Neat Effects For Dress and Business Mullen, Bluett & Go. Corner Spring and First Streets CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main ©t. SPECIAL. NOTICE. xhe 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. ! $8.00 PORTDIER ' | ! $10.00 I $12.00 couches I An Elegant Line at Lower Prices Than Ever Before Named. Our Own Make. See Our Windows and Exam ~ b«.a^ctSets in leather, easy chairs, rock ers aadtHVANS. Have Just Received a New Line of Elegant GOLD CHAIRS. N. LOS MM' FPIITIE COMPANY, [ 225-227-229 Sohth Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCtV, ENDING FEB. 18, 189...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

2 ANGELS TURNED THE TABLES. They Saved One Game Out of {the Series 4^Literally Wiping the Earth with the Senators. Borchers Was in Fine Fettle While Harper Went to pieces -The Strikers Defeated by tha Nephews. By the Associated Press. Sacramento, July 23.—Los Angeles turned the tables on tbe Senators today •nd wiped up the earth with tbem. The home team was confident of four straight victories, but Harper fell down on them, and besides giving nine bases on balls, was bit freely. Borchers, on tbe other hand, was in fine fettle, and with tbe exception of the third and last innings, prevented any bunching of hits. The score was 1G to 7. Following is the score: SACRAMENTO. All, It. 81. SB.PO. a. X. Maunasau, ot 6 1 £ 1 1 O 1 P. Sweeney, lb 5 1 1 0 1 1 2 Whitehead, 3b S 1 3 1 1 O 2 Klopf, gs 5 0 0 0 3 2 0 McHsle, rf 4 0 0 1 1 O O Roberts, 1. f 2 1 0 0 3 O 0 Peeples, 2b 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 Swett. c 3 2 1 0 7 0 0 Harper, p 4 110 2 10 Totals 37 7 8 323 6 5 LOS ANGELES. A.B.H. 8.H.5.8.1-.0. A. X W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. The Clam Bake • Great Baeeess—Per sonals. Santa Monica, July 23.—The clam bake today was a huge success, and everyone voted the North Beach man agement a brick—l mean a silver brick, for everyone here was for unlimited free Coinage. Everyone had all the clams tbey wanted, and the way they were dished oat made one think there were more clams than tbe San Mateo could carry. North Beach was black with people, and everyone had a plate of clams and a paper napkin, donated by the management, with his delicious bread and batter. Watermelons were everywhere, as the proper desert, and the beach at eventide looked as if a vast army bed camped there daring tbe day. The Riverside band famished the music of the day and gave us an exceed ingly fine concert, both in programme and rendition. It is one of the best bands fn this section and had a large and appreciative aadience. The Salvation army gave a jubilee .Service at the gospel tent on Saturday •vening and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

LOSANGELESHERALD DAILY 'SB WHF.KLT. THB OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. JuaarirD. LYKcrr. James J. Ayers. AYERB Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. 823 AND Sea WBST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT CARRIER: Per Week $ .23 Per Month 80 BT MAIL (InoLuniMr. Postagi): Daily rTRRAL", one year $9 00 Daii/y Hkralti, six month! 4 25 Daily Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, one mouth SO Weekly Herald, ona year , 1 AO Weekly Hkralo, six months 1 00 Wkkkly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Hbrai.d, per copy 20 Xntesed at the posuofnce at Los Angeles as secondfclass mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers ot all delinquent mail snbscrlbers to the Daily Herald will be p'omptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to SOfseFibem b»- mail unless the same nave been paid for ln advance. This rule IS Inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspapsr advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Kan Francisco, ls au authorized agent. This paper ls kept on file in his office. The Herald Is sold at the Occide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

SOME OF YESTERDAY'S SERMONS. [iev. A. S. Clark Talks of Christ and John the Baptist. 1 The Discussion and Sermon at the Church of the New Kra. Sir- Bowman Gives a Discourse on the Immortality or the Sonl—Sir. Stradley Breaches from Hebrew*. Rev. A. S. Clark of Christ's Episco pal church, corner of Flower and Pleo streets, preached before large congrega tions at both of yeetsrday's services. A feature of this church is its splendid choir. It is full vested and has a donble quartette. The music rendered is of a qigh order and is given with full ex pression and perfect harmony. Mr. Clark took his text from a part of the nineteenth verse of the eleventh chap ter of St. Mathew, Wisdom Is Justified Qf Her Children. His talk was a contrast of the life oi John the Baptist and that of Jesus Christ. First as regarded by the Jews and then by the Lord himself. John the Baptist, the faster and abstainer, living in the desert on the outskirts of civilization, was impressed with the sublimity of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

6 J^IBT B IDVKRTIBKMENTS, * * • The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known your ■ '* * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA IK N T 8 S W WW W A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN Th WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WW WW AAAA NNN T jWW WW A AN N N T 8 I.W W A AN N N T ll 1 W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns nf The Herald. It la cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. oooi> a „ss s8 ss s tt rwrn m odd B°h AGTC 11 FF 1 XX £ S 11 I' H St* SIU? A DDD I, EEETTTT S SS S a aa aß EL' cc f < I 8 8SS Inserted in the columns of The Herald at * * i 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : ifl PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help or vdshing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise ln TBI Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER i SPECIAL NOJTICIM^^^^ OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITy"\VATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rule: The" hours for sprinkling or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

INVITING OLD AGE. 80ME0F THE WAYS IN WHICH WOM EN LOSE THEIR YOUTH. -—. m . Stothers Keglect Th.tr Own Ttbeda In Kx aaverated Devotion to the Children. Thoee Who Claim ttttilmmimlUeaof Age j When Only Tn the Midday of Lire. The oldest woman I ever know wns 28. At marriage tha jrac-os of girlhood paused forever from ber Hfe. Economy became the god enthroned on every altar of lior homo. Ruf3es and ribbons were the insignia, of levity.: and extravagance. Dresses robbed of a yard or two grew ■ungracefully short ami narrow. Books and papers were regarded ac luxuries- Dot necessities. An hour spent in read ing left a feeling of guilt for wasted time. Devotion to "Will and the children" came to mean self assumed slavery. Luster left the eye, elasticity the frame. Through a mistaken sense of dnty she (rrow unkempt, narrow souled, repulsive. It has been said tbat the true age is what "we look and feel. I have known sweet, fresh faced -women of 70 who were younger than she. In the groat middl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 July 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bureau. Report of obsarvatloas taken at Loi Angeles. Jnly 23. 1893: Thor. HH'm 04 7!» 81 50 0 5 > a. m p. n>. Hixlraum temperature, 88. Mlninram temperature! 60. Indication*. Forecast tor Southern California: fair wea '"»r; stationary temperature; westerly wit 6% Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. July 23, 1393, lor L. Hill Carl Darwin, C Allen, Mrs. Ada Williams, F. Schwan, Mrs. S. G. Uille land and Mr. J. Ivancovicb. Those who attended divine service at the Immanuel church yesterday morn ing had an unexpected treat in the sing ing of Mrs. Kate E. Klx, whooe beauti ful voice and artistic method charmed everyone. It ia stated that Mrs. Rix will become a permanent institution in the choir of Immanuel church, and tho directors could hardly do better. The lady ia well known in musical circles in this city. personal Q. W. Frick, a prominent manufac turer of 8«n Franeiaco, ia registered irt the Hollerrbeck....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATHER; STATipNARY TEHPERATURE; COOLER; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 105. SUMMER GOODS m IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES Nobby and Neat Effects For Dress and Business Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets CRYSTAL PALACE, 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. ! $u.OO POPTIER I $10.09 - I $12.00 couches! An Elegant Line at Lower Prices Than Ever Before Named. Our Own Make. See Our Windows and Bxani "i» c. tt»» C9ku uvkM; We Show an Immense Line of PARLQJt SETS, LI BRARY SETS IN LEATHER, EASY OHAIRS, ROCK ERS and DIVANS. Have Just Received a New Line of Elegant GOLD CHAIRS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225-227-229 South Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1893

2 MADAME ORCUS CHALYBEUS. She Is the Subject of Superviso rial Protection. Mr. Scott Save That He Took Some of the Bugs Away. He Wanted to Study Them at Hia Own Orchard—Mr. Compere Makes a Statement About the Matter. The Australian ladybird occupied the attention of the board of supervisors yesterday in quite a breezy manner. The subject came up through Mr. O. J. Griffith, who presented to tbe board a letter he had received from Secretary Lehong of the Stats board of horticul ture. The letter waa published In the Herald of yesterday morning and was an offer on tbe part of the state board to send some one to Loa Angeles to aßsißt in protecting the steel-blue beetle from enemies, if necessary. Mr. Scott, county horticultural com missioner, was alio present, as was Geo. J. Dalton, and a little interchange of compliments took place. The matter of some one having taken a large number of the beetles away from the Kercheval orchard the day be fore the Herald called attention to tbe superb ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Proceedings of tho Council—Railroad Fare*. Pasadbna, July 24.—Tire memberß ol the conncil, when the regular monthly meeting wbb called to order at 2:30 o'clock thia afternoon, were all preaent. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, and bills filed to date were referred to committee on auditing finance without reading. Resolutions Nos. 302 and 303, award ing contract for paving Raymond and Fair Oaks avenue to tbe N. P. Perine Contracting and Paving company, were passed, Councilman McQuilling voting in the negative. A resolution awarding work of con structing sidewalk on Fair Oak between Chestnut and Kansas to Gray Bros.' Artificial Stone Paving company was passed by a unanimous vote. The city attorney reported on the tree-planting law passed at the last leg islature, giving as his opinion that it would be unwise to attempt its enforce ment without first submitting tbe pro position to tbe people by calling an election. He also recommended...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1893

LOSANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKI.T, THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joseph V. L.TKCii. Jaxss J. A-YSRS. AVERS &c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. a»a and aas wnr bbcond stbbet. TEI.KI'HON X ISO _ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week 8 • 2 jJ Per Month 8° BT MAIL (Ihcludiko Postaos): Daily Behal", one year 8 1 JJ Daily Herald, tlx months , J23 Daily Herald, three months. 2 25 Daily Herald, one mouth co Wskkly Herald, one yesr 1 SO Wie«.i.y Hum.'), six months 1 OO Weerly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 ■ntered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class mall matter ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of aU delinquent mall subscribers to the Daily Herald will be p'omptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent U> subscribers by mall unless the same have been paid (or In advance. This rule ls lnllexlble. fj. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchant*' Exchange, "an Francisco, is au authorised agent. This paper is kept ou file lv his office. The Herald l« sold...

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