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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

SOME OPINIONS FROM BANKERS The Prospect tor Bnsiness Very Encouraging. Advantages of Commercial Under takings in Southern California. Cashjer Shaffer of the First National Hank Gives a Logical Presenta tion of His Opinions—ldeas of Other Bnsiness Men. Wishing to learn how the public had been treating the banks since the recent financial troubles, a Herald representa tive dropped in upon several and gath ered the following from the officers in terviewed at the different institutiona. At the First National everything seemed cheerful and lively and no one could from appearances have guessed that there had been the slightest ripple in the financial world for years. Mr. J. M. Elliott, the president, being absent, Mr. G. B. Shaffer, the efficient assistant cashier, gave in answer to in quiries the following statements indi cating how little the excitement in the eastern money market was affecting tbeir bank, and also how little it wonld affect tbe people of Southern California. He said th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

6 J INK ADVERTISEMENTS. X >< The most dirci*t method of reaching the public and making known your X x WWW A UN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA KS N T S S W WW W AA T s WWWW A A N N N T 8 WW W W A A N ft N T SSSS WWWW AAA A N N N T 8 WW WW A ANN N 'I' _ 8 WWAAN NN T 8 b W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of Tut: Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in din , t communi cation with those he wishes to reach. COO L A -S8- K SS S II FFFH FKR DUD 0 C L AA k a 811 F HE » P C L A A kss*. S SS S II FF II KB D " COL AAA R 2 R gHF HE gO CCO LLLLA A S SS B b .SS s II F 11EKKDDD A DDD L EEETTTT K SS S AA D DI. 1 T 2 AA D DI, EE T n BS s AAA DDL V T uO2 A A DDD LLLLKKIi T "SS"" Inserted in the columns of The Herald at x * 1 5 CENTS PER LINE PEU DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Special rates for a longer period. * x ayrsons w anting situations, help or Wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in The I!KKAI.n. OFFICIAL CITY* PAPE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

THE MIDWINTER FAIR PLAN. Southern California Will Loy ally Support the Project. aToceedingrs of the Meeting- Held at the Chamber of Commerce. - Delegates From All the Melghborlns; Counties—An Bairn Session of the Legislature Demanded for •n Appropriation. The Bpecial conference of delegates from the counties of Southern California to discuss the advisability of taking part in tbe proposed midwinter fair at San Francisco, met at the chamber of com merce rooms yesterday afternoon, and an Interesting meeting waa held. Tbe following delegates were present from Loa Angeles county and represent ing the chamber of commerce: Messrs. Dan Freeman, Charles Forman, K. Cobn and O. D. Willard; from tbe board of supervisora: Judge Charles Silent, A. E. Pomeroy; from the Pomona board of trade: Mr. John Wesson; from the etate committee: Mr. John L. Blauaon. Mr. B. H. Young represented the board of supervisors and the chamber of commerce of Ban Diego county. Mr. W. S. Taylor was present from the cham...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

8 NOTES Weather Borsaa. Beportof observations taken at Lot Angeles July 28 1893: 72 M JCleer. Clew. »». m ' p. m- •8 n3 Maximum tamperatare, S3. Minimum teseperature. 95. Indication". Forecast for RVxitasra OAWomla: Fair weather; stationary temperature, weiier.r win is. Dr. Hendricks, dentist, bas removed his office to 242 Broadway, one door soutn of city ball. There are undelivered telegrams at tbe Western Union telegraph office, cor ner of Court and Main streets, Jnly 29th. for Dr. Clay, Court Morris Vine yard 532, Independent Order of Forrest era, D. G. Sbuil, Chas. C. Mathews (col ored.) The Morris Vineyards defeated the St. Vincent Gards by a score of 11 to 7, the batteries for both sides doing fine work. The feature of the game waa tbe bard hitting of tbe Morris Vineyards. This club goes to Redondo next Saturday to play the young Redondos. The mnsic at the cathedral at 10 a. m. today is Farmer's mass in B fist im proved. Solo sopranos are Mies Cecilia Gardner. Mias Ethel Graha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. OUT ON THE RANCHES . - - V 'T Moreno Indicator: The home secre tary of the Liverside Trust company, limited, Mr. J. Nowmarch, visited Mo reno last Thursday for the purpose of noting what progress has been made in the valley since last November, the date of his last visit. The Riverside Trust company, an English corporation, owns about 7000 acres of land at Arlington Heights, Riverside, considerably over 2000 acres of which is planned to oranges and lemons. Mr. Newmarch came out from England to assume the local man agement, temporarily, pending the ap pointment of a new manager to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Matthew Gage. He bas made a very thorough study of horticulture during bis residence in Riverside, preparatoty to making a report to the company on bis return home. During a drive over the valley Mr. Newmarch said: "I notice that in many of the orange groves we have seen, the suckers are allowed to grow. The owners of these groves are evid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

10 made an address in Spani-h, congratu lating the people and the railroad in a few well-chosen terms. General Mathews followed, and aaid that when he was invted to speak, sev eral days ago, he said he waa no speech maker, bnt on being told that the Santa Fe never did anything by halves and wanted him to fill up. he consented. "Tbe great civilizera of tbe age are the miaeionariea, the press and the railroads. For an instant look back to the time when the plains were crossed by ox teams, and realize what a short apace of time separatee that period from the present, when we are whirled swiftly east over ateel raila. The building of this auperb edifice and the enterprise of thia railroad ia making Loa Angeiea a city eecond to none in the union. Not alone we of the Angel city but all South ern California should be congratulated on its presence, and both city and coun ty officials should extend a helping band to the roads here and those wishing to come, and aome day we will ace one grand...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

BARTHOLDI'S STATUE. ■van aa a mother, when the twriigbt fans. With flaming oandle alia above to head Feere from her cottage floor and softly calls H»r loitering children who too tar have jtrayed And smile* to bear their shouts coma thraurh the gloom. Ifavtne; her Oaring light to raid* then boms go alanaeat thou-great statu* from thy height Streams oat one constant welcome o'er and o'er While alien serfs and «xllea catch thy light Arid pnll with eager hands for freedom's shore. Their homes are founded on our prairies free. They build their fanes within our mountains' shade Ot, southward, nettle 'neath the orange tree. Free to abide where'er their feet have strayed. go more we see the stinging lash cut deep The dusky flash of supplicating clave. Vo more through cypress swamps the blood hounds creep To hunt bus to his matter—or hit grave. Though black, though white, of high or low de gree. The hand that feeds thy watch fire sow la free. Great, grand, majeatio monument of love, A burnin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS L. BEHYMER. I... One of Appleton & Co.'b new and interesting books is by Rudyard Kip ling, entitled Many Inventions. Whether one likes or dislikes the kind, there are no short stories more likely to be read in book folrm than Kipling's. If there were nothing to them but the strange ness, to Americans, of all the scenes an J most of the people and their doings, they would compel attention, though some readers found themselves at times shocked and disgusted. The volume above named is a collection of the latest %nd some of the best of Mr. Kipling's *orbs it is less "scrappy" than some earlier volumes, and the contents are ar ranged with an eye to contrast. There are 15 tales, all quite long, for short stories, the book containing more than 400 pages. Among them are an amusing and skillfully told experience of a mono maniao who kept a lighthouse; Private Mulvaney's yarn of how he scraped ac quaintance "with an elephant; a wise Hindoo's impressions of London, whi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

New York, July 3f>, 1803. > HILDHOOD, win some, quaint, pi quant, pretty, ij naughty, trouulo / some, eweet, an jgelic and all the ,other adjectives, 'command" the at tention of the fni.li lon dictator quite as much ac the children ol a larger growth. Gowns, short, showing half of a plump, naked leg; gowna, long, disclosing only a suspicion of 4 a dainty-Bhod toe; gowns, shirred, honey-combed, gathered, gored, puffed, "pleated; gowns, elaborately trimmed and gowns severely plain; hate, cape, bonnets; flowers, feathers, pompons, laces, frills and furbelows, everything that can he put in the category of dress is devoted to the adornment of the little ones. Only once in a very great while does it occur to the said dictator that "beauty unadorned ia adorned tho meet. Then a eleeve with five graduated puffs looking like a row of masliii balloons growing small hy degrees and beautifully less, in din* Trimmed to her liking. carded for one light puff and a free bare arm,; a skirt so l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

14 WOMAN'S WORLD. SERVANT GIRLS ARE SAID TO BE SCARCE IN NEW YORK. Information rueful to the Housekeeper In Summer —Seasonable Hints as to Dress and Diet —Personal Paragraphs About , Well Known Women. The servant girl problem, which has been agitated from time immemorial, has now become morn serious than ever. The scarcity of available girls is alarm ing, and what makes the situation more unpleasant is the fact that the many em ployment agencies throughout the city hold out very little hope of improvement until fall. Tho main reason for tho pres ent condition of affairs is the enormous number of girls who have gone to Chi cago, where they hope to combine busi ness with pleasure and see the World's fair. One of the largest employment agen cies in the city is on Forty-second street To a reporter this morning the propri etor said: "Never in my 30 years' expe rience at this business havo I seen girls —I mean good, general housework girls —bo scarce. My reason for it? Well, there are two...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

I ANOTHER FREE GIFT | E 3 I AN ENCYCLOPEDIA GIVEN TO ALL j I I YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD { irlWiiUUttUiiilttlK | I Ei I ! MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY $8 f =1 E Jill I A YEAR FOR THE DAILY OR j 3 £ ! A YEAR FOR THE WEEKLY { ♦♦♦ 1| ARE 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 ihe World A Request Must be Sent For This 3 E Book to Obtain It. Those Who Have Already Paid in Advance May Remit $1, Which Will be Credited to Their Subscriptions, and 3 the Book Will be Sent. None Will be Sent Without a Cash Remittance. 3 | EDISON'S HANDY ENCYCLOPEDIA | 1 OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS I $E COMPILED BB THOS. F. feDISON. Worth Its Weight in Gold. 512 Pages of Closely Printed Matter. A Marvel of Completeness. 3 Absolutely Thorough and Comprehensive. Business Forms, Legal Items, etc., on 3000 Subjects of Value to Every One in All Occupations...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 30 July 1893

ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND. Recent News About Southern California Mines. What Is Being- Done in San Die?o County and the Peninsula. Notes About the Carga Mnchacho Pla cers—San Bernardino County Mines—Perrls and Its Prom ising Prospects, San Diego: Reports from mining camps in this county and Lower Califor nia show a steady development and more expenditure of money than ÜBual. It is true that some camps, like Alamo and Julian, are doing very little, but their inactivity ia more than made up by the opening of new camps like that of Juarez, and the great increase of work at Oalmalli, Piehaco district and others. By far the greatest development is going on in Lower California, the results of which are felt in this city. In gold min ing the most work on the peninsula tributary to San Diego is being done at Oalmalli and Juarez. The operations in the former camp were reported in the Union a few days ago. Superintendent M. G. Rhodes/who went south on the steamer Pacheco last week, confirmed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

TobAY'5 PORECAST. POP. DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATHER; WARMER, WITH WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. HI. Mullen, Bluett & Co. -SLEADINQK- Clothiers & Furnishers. ONE PRICE.-®* 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. M EYBERG BROS. I J5.00 PORTIER | $10.00 I $12.00 couches | An Elegant Line at Lower Prices Than Ever Before Named. Our Own Make. See Our Windows and Exam ine the Couches. We Show an Immense Line of PARLOR SETS, LI BRARY SETS IN LEATHER, EASY CHAIRS, 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 IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

2 will be among the prominent leaders pressnt. It is likely General Warner, president of the Bi-metallic league, will be chosen permanent chairman. There will likely be considerable dis cussion over the organization of tbe convention. While some prominent delegates talk freely tonight of what ought to be done, it is asserted that a number of those expected to be con spicuous in the gathering will fight shy of the affair, until they ascertain what element will be in control. The de parture tonight for Washington of Sena tor Wolcott of Colorado, who was ex pected to be a shining light in the con ference, was a great surprise. Several silver men assert be could attend tbe conference and still reach Washington in plenty of time. They have con cluded he does not want to be a figure in the meeting here. * COLORADO'S DELEGATES. Two Special Trains of Silver Men En Boots to Chicago. Omaha, July 30.—Two special trains loaded with delegates from Colorado to the silver conference in Chicago, pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Bad Paving I.«»l»l»tl«n— A Batpleloa* Com pro in —Note*,. Pabadkna, July SO.—The invsstiga tion o( tbe expert recently sent here by the San Franolaoo Perine Paving com pany to examine the proceedings of the - council relating to the issuing oi paving bonds haa been completed, bat tbe re mit baa not yet been made public. It ia, however, claimed by partiea who are in a position to know, that the investi gation haa not been entirely satiafactory to the paving people, whom it la alleged have discovered auoh irregnlarity in the proceedings aa to render the iasue un safe. It la aincerely to be hoped tbat thia may not prove true, for ahould the proceedings have to be begun over again, the city would be placed to great expenae for advertiaing, etc., and we would certainly be left to wade in the mud for another winter. It haa only been with tbe greatest difficulty that the paving matter has been brought alone aa far aa it ie at present, and to now nave to eta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

4 LOSANGELES HERALD DAILY A»n WSKKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jusxi-h D. Lynch. Jambs j. a yibs. AVERS &c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. 828 AND *«B WEST SECOND BTBHKT. TELEPHONE 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week 9 go Per Month 8° BT MAIL (Imcltjdino Postaos): Daily Hbral", one year 9S 00 Daily Herald, six months * 23 Daily Herald, three monthß 2 25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Wbkkly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Hsrald, six months 1 OO Wbbkly Herald, three months po Illustrated Herald, per copy Entered at the postofnce at Los Angeles as second-class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The psjoers of all delinquent mssi subscribers to the Daily Herald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will lie sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have beeu paid for in advance. This rule is Indexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Han Francisco, is an authorised agent. This paper Is kept ou file in bis office. , _ . , The Herald Is sold at the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

AT SANTA MONICA. People Who Enjoyed Themselvei Yes terday In Various Ways. Everything was joyous and the crowd •imply immense at Santa Monica, the "city by the sea, yesterday. Visitors came down for pleasure, and found it at every turn. Never was the surf more pleasing, never the crowd more orderly and intent on securing the utmost of en joyment there was to be obtained in a day's outing. The chief attraction was the free clam chowder.which waa dished out in great profusion by tbe North Beach management. It was amusing, to say the least, to watch the crowd as they filed np to the captain's office, the captain in this instance being Obiel Pas qual, and secure their bowl of chowder. One denizen of Sunland concluded he would get a week's board there, seeing as it was given away, and a friend who came with him said he hailed trom San Diego and had eaten lb' bowls of the soup. Over 4000 bowls were served, and Chief Pasqual said he bad more when the last train left for Los Angeles. At the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

6 | INK ADVRBTIBKMKNTS. X * I The most dlrct method of reaching the : public and making known jour X x WWW A KN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NS N T S S WWW W AA NNN T g WWWW AA IS" N N T S WWWW AANNN T SSSS WWWW AAA A N N N T WWWW A AN Nil T „ J W W A A > X N I S„, h WW A I N Hi T SSSS Is through the classified nd columns of Tin: Behai.ii. It is clicsp, brings quick returns, and places tbe advertiser in din i t communi cation with those be wishes to resell. CCC L A «,SS„ eSS, II ffpiiekkpiio biußdiP A DDD L KKKTTTT.SS, AA D DL i T L AAD DI !■ T bS s AAA DDI. X T „ | A A DDD LLLI.KF.I! T "SS" Inserted in the columns of The llerai.o at X x : 5 CENTS I'ER LINK FF.R DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH, j • Special rates for a longer period. : X.... x Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well lo ad vertise in The Ilf.rai.ii. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. BPKCIAI. noticks. "RotICE^THK L(liT.VNi.Kl.r.s c.TV WATER i> company will Strictly enforce the fdHow ing rul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

THE HAPPY ISLES. Forever has the Eden dream Flashed on the vision ot tho race. And happy islands ever gleam. With purple hills and glinting stream, Ia some unknown and wondrous place. Bo once beheld the Grecian sage The great "republic" of his thought. And, handed down from ago to age. His story gilds the classic pago In modern school and college taught, Ihe fancy of Sir Thomas More Again explored Utopian realm. Where oven scales stern Justice boro; Where mankind shared a common store' And freedom manned the civlo helm. Yet rolls the world in ancient line, Thongh dreamer dream and poet sing, Though prophets tell in words divine Tho glories of the coming time, . When Right shall rule and liove be king. The happy Islands that we seek Are only lodged in hearts of men Whose chivalry befriends the weak; Who know the truth and dare to speak By earnest word or candid pon. —F. K. Foster in Boston Leader. A GENERAL'S LEGACY. Jacques Dcsmoulins was once a soldier In the French army, but havin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 July 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bureau. Repra»of obie.-vAttoua taken at Los Angeles July 30. 1893: Bar. a. m p. m. 08; 71 04 00 Maximum temperature, 81. Minimum temperature, 56. Indications. Forecast for Bouttiirn OiUforula: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. In tbe Hjckald's article of yesterday, describing the decorations of tbe La Grande station, the names of the deco rators as corrected should read Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis and Mr. McGee. There are undelivered telegrams at tho Western Union telegraph office, cor ner of Court and Main streets, July SOtb, for E. M. Benan, H. R. Jackßon, Mrs. F. M. DePanw, E. C. H. Jones, H. W. Daniels and Jno. Maloney. o-c*l a sssaw Dr. J. A. Sturges, one of San Diego's physicians, is in the city. Mr. Geo. H. Bradford, a prominent citizen of St. Paul, Minn., is visiting this city for several days. W. H. Menniz of Guadalajara. Mex ico, i: at the Nadeau hotel. He will remain in this section for some time. H. M. Blain, a prominent merchant of the Needles, is register...

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