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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 August 1893

HAVE LOST THEIR RANCHES. Settlers in Fresno Connty at the Railroad's Mercy. The Troduct of Years of Labor Taken Without Return. A Possibility of Another Mussel Klnugh War—The Settlers Protesting— Government Repara tion Asked. San Francisco Examiner: There are tbout 1000 disturbed citizene in Califor nia just now. These are the settlors who were dle poaaeaeed of the lands they thought were their own by United States Judge Roaa' decision ol last Thursday. That decision affirmed the title of the Southern Pacific railroad to the odd sec tions In its 10-mile indemnity limit. Many of the settlera have United Statea patents to their holdings, hut the patents are apparently ot no more good to them than deeds to tbe fifth moon of Jupiter would be. There are hundreds of homesteads among the pieces of land affected, but the five years of residence and improvement on the land go for nothing. Moat of the aettlera who loae their land are located in Fresno county. The rail road has a spur running ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 August 1893

6 J INK ADVERTISEMENTS. X • * • The most direct mcl hod nf reaching the ; public and making known your X ~ * W W W A Nit ■ TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T S 8 WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WWWW AAA A NNN T g WW WW A ANN N I - g W W A A N NN 1 S ooa « h WW A A N NN T BSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The II mi a ii.. It Is cheap, brings quick relnrm-, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. OCO L A R SS B K SS„ II FI'FHKKEnDD C vcS Lllla AA l«ss« «ss" !! \ BIER dvd 3 A DDD I. F.EETTT1 S SS S AA D DI, E I (IB fit KR T "SS 8 AAA DDL X '■' X S A ADDD IJ.LLKRK T "Sb" Inserted in the columus of The HSSAWSt x x . : 5 CENTS PER LINE TER DAY. : $1 PER LINE PER MOXTH. \ • Special rates for a longer period. X x Persons wanting situations, helper wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise ill THE II KHALI). OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. \ SPECIAL NOTICES. tS^OTICE—TH CITY WATER i> company will strictly enfo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 August 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. ■took Kiiihsn,. Bbtl.w. •WW York, Aug. 4.—Stacks opened lower. Oensral Electric fell 2 points, other active ■took! X9l- The market, affectod by easier cables, soon be«an to improve steadily. The shorts had to bid higher to lover contracts, w i th the result of advances of »93 perorut. The Whole list olnsed anywhere from 10J4& per cent higher. The only weak stock was Union Pacific, which is down J» per cunt. The market closed strong in tone. Government bonds closed firm. MONKY tIUOTATIONS. Niw York, Aug. 4.—coney on o*ll, easy; closed offered at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile pspsr-S<(l2 per cent. Sterling exchange-steady: bankers' HO day if 1.7'.i.,,(<54 HO},; demand st $1.83!>i«» BAR Francisco, Aug. 4.-Crafts: Bight, 1041 telegraphic, 15c. STOCKS AND BSNDS. New York, Aug. 4 —Uloslsg quotations were ■s follows: U. 8.4 a, reglst'd.. 109 Northern Pacific. BV4 do coupon 100 dopreferret— 2.P,-, *U. 8. 4i,s, r*g... 94 Nortuwesteru .... 9814 Pacific Us 102 do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 August 1893

NOTES Weather Bureau. Beportof obiervatlons taken at Loi Angeles, August 4. 1893: I Bar - iroi I 1 'cioufly 7 (Clear. a. m. p. m. Maximum temperature, S3. Minimum temperature, 03. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Con tinued fair warm weather: slight changes in temperature; westerly winds. The Young St. Louia baseball nine yesterday defeated the Bulldogs by a score of 11 to 4. The Banta Fe company haa arranged for a very attractive programme at Ke dondo on Sunday. There ia an undelivered telegram at the Weatern Union telegraph office, cor ner of Court and Main atreeta, for F. J Brown. The Ancient Order of Foresters of America will hold a picnic at Santa Monica cafion Auguat 15th. Excursion trains will be run. Work has been commenced on the lcy ing of the 8-inch pipe on Fre'mont ave nue, under direction of the park com mission, for supplying Wcstlako and S xth-atreet parks with water. Ralph Domiugnez was erroneously stated to have been given a bad charac ter by one of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: COOLER WEATH. ER SUNDAY, WITH WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 117. S£T SPECIAL SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. REDUCED FROM $1.50 TO itvl a Suit I (Dl a OU1L! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦a OUR WINDOW.fr- Mullen, Bluett & Co. CRYSTAfPALACE, 138, 140, 14:2 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 out entire elegant stock. MEY BERG BROS. OFFICE FURNITURE. ROLL TOP DESKS, w „ a ,„. FLAT TOP DESKS, „„„.„*„„,,,_ STANDING DESKS, ,„»,„„„,,_ CARPETS, FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY. Los Angeles Furniture Co., 225, 227, 229 6. BROADWAY, _____________ = __ = OPPOSITE CITY HALL. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAM yRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL K„tsr pl0IMMBOIMISO!t SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL «™ P " OST AETrsxlc of "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

2 THE CALIFORNIA WORLD'S FAIR. Sreat Interest Taken in the Enterprise. k Large and Enthusiastic State Convention. (early Every County Pledged to Give It Handsome Support—A Special Session of the Legislature Prayed For. ly the Associated Press. San Fbancisoo, Aug. 5.—A conven sion of county commissioners to the midwinter fair was held in this city this afternoon. The attendance was large and the meeting very enthusiastic. Director-General De Young presided tnd in his opening speech declared that ihis is not a San Francisco but a Cali fornia affair, in which all parts of the itate should be equally interested, inas much as all would be benefited. San Francisco is willing to raise the bulk if the necessary money, but expects help from the rest of the state. Mr. De Young gave the details of the istimates which the executive com mittee have from time to time caused to be published, showing that it is the feeling of the committee that from 100,000 visitors and 4000 exhibits, with their em...

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

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. A Oay Ttma for Visitors—lho Pro gramme for Today. Santa Monica, Ang. 6.—Santa Moni cans, and by the term I include all who are stopping here, have succeeded in be ing particularly gay tbe past week. There has been much driving, picnick ing and parties of every known kind of variety in great profusion, and society seams bent on making the season of '93 memorable in the annals of tbe place. It wonlk be bard to mention any special kind oi mild or maddening kind of dis sipation, as the fads this week for all bays bad their votaries and they have kept it up on their own pet lines from Monday morning to Saturday evening. A few weeks ago one conld hear every where "After the Ball," but society lead ers have pnt a boycott on tbe tune and they have tbe thanks of the entire com munity. ARCADIA ARRIVALS. Among tbe recent arrivals at the Ar cadia are 3. A. McOlneker, E. Laven thal and family, Edgar Barach, Augo Garrischmidt, Hortense Lewey, Paul B. Conant, Los ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY. , ■ THE OFFICIAL. CITE PAPER. Joseph D. Lyhch. Jakes J. Ayibs. AVERS So LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. 823 AND S*6 WBST BKCOND BTIIEKT. TELEPHONE 150. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week 9 20 Per Month 80 BY MAIL (INCLUDING Postaos): Daily Hikal", one year $5 00 Daily Herald, six months * 2j> Daily Herald, three months Daily Herald, one month so Weekly Herald, one yesr J 00 Weekly Heralb, six months 1 oo Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illcstkatkd Herald, per copy *o Entered at the postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribsrs to the Daily Herald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same nave been paid for in advance. This rule 1* inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspapjr advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Man Frinclsco. is au authorized agent. This paper is kept on file in his office. , _ , The Herald Is sold at the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

CAUGHT BY THE LOCOMOTIVE. Mrs. S. 8. Scofleld Instantly Killed at Glendora, And Her Little Son Probably Fatally liJjured. A Fatal Acoldent Yesterday Morning Details of the Affair—The Re sult or the Inquest by tbe Coroner. A terrible railway accident happened yesterday at Olendora, a station on tbe Santa Fe railway, 25 miles east of tbe city, whereby Mrs. S. 8. Scofleld was instantly killed and her little eon Amos sustained a fracture of tbe skull and may not recover. The Santa Fe overland due here at 7:30 a. m. wbb four hours late. When the train is behind time no stop is made at the smaller stations between here and San Bernardino, consequently the train paßßed Glendora as a high rate of Bpeed. The overland reached the sta tion at 9:55 o'clock, and a moment later caused the death of Mrs. Scofleld, the crushing of her little son's skull, the killing of a horse and tbe smashing of a phaeton. The train waß running at a spoed of between 20 and 30 miles an hour. Com ing in a diagonal di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

6 J INK ADTKBXISKHBNTB. ft * The most-direct method nf reaching the : public and making known your : ie x WWW A MS N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T S S WWWW A A FN ri T 8 WWWW AA KNN T 8 WWWW AA N N N T SSSS WWWW A AAA N N X T § WW WW A A N UN T 8 WWAAN NN T 8 8 W W A AN NN T SSSS Is through tbe classified ad columns of The Hf.kai.d. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. 000 L A K SS K K SS„ II FFFII FEE DUP 0 0 L AA 2 8 2 ■II F lIX DO 0 L A A "SS, H SS„ II FF II XX 1) T> a a l aaa o 2 ■ 2ii f ii g n d COO LLLLA A S8 BS II F lIEF.EDDD A DDD I. KKETTTT S SS S AA D DI, E T 3 AA D I) I, KB T Se.„ AAA D DL V. TK g A A DDD LLLLEF.F. T °SS° Inserted in the columns of The Herald at x x : 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1 I'ER LINE PER MONTH. j Special rates for a longer period. : X x Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or k-11 property will do well to ad vertise in THE II era Lb. OFFICIAL CITY PA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

AN OLD-TIME PLAGUE EPIDEMIC. A Pasadenan's Reminiscences of a Sad Time. An Epidemic In Which a Doctor's Devotion to Dray Was Shown. A Story or Lire tn m Little Indiana Town Nearly Half a Century Ago — A Scene of Joy Turned to Ono of Desolation. (Mr. J. W. Buchanan oi Pasadena furnishes the following remineseenses of the cholera epidemic of 1849, which ■bows tbat fright haa aa much to do with spreading the disease as any other factor:] In tbe summer of 1840 I wae living in Southeastern Indiana, about 20 miles west of tho Ohio river. The means of communication with the outside world at that time was by semi-weakly mail, there being do telegraph or railroad lines in that part of the state. Cincin nati, 40 miles distant, was tbe great commercial emporium of the west and Hew Orleans the port of entry for all foreign commerce and most of tbe im migration to tbe west and southwest, which at that time was being rapidly settled. Indiana's quota oi the new ar rivals was largely composed of Un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bnrean. Reportof oSfWtvatlons taken at Los Angelas, Augusts. 1893: Bar. a. m. p. in. Maximum temperature, 82. Minimum temperature, 6ti. Indication*. Forecart for Southern California: Ffalr weather and cooler Sunday; weiterly winds. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, cor ner of Court and Main streets, for Edward Underbill, Nina E. Wells, D. P. Thayer. Tbo Turnverein shooting club will hold its annual medal shooting today at the East Side target grounds. The boys •re all in good trim and a good score is looked for. Tbe music this morning at St. John's Episcopal church will be processional, O Mother Dear Jerusalem, Kyrie; Credo Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, Gloria in Excelsiß, Gilbert's adaptation of tbe Eucharistic music of the Greek church; solo in Agnus Dei, by Mr. W. Parris; communion hymn, My God, and Is Thy Table Spread? Nunc Dimittis, Tonus Regius; recessional. The King of Love My Shepherd Is. In the evening there will be' fu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. New YortK, Aug. 4,1893. AEREL V by the width of your shoulders can your status as a woman of fashion be de cided. You may be short or tall, thin or plump, long waieted or other wise, young or old, but you must be as broad across your ehouldera ac your dressmaker can make you. To this end crinoline and haircloth, ruffles and ribbons, lace and fringe, puffs and bre telles all contribute, and when the gown fearfully and wonderfully made is on you, how do you look ? It makes a dif ference who is observing you as to bow that question is answered. Your dress maker, your vis-a-via in the opera box, your discouraged imitator in the parquet will tell you you look absolutely lovely. Your gentlemen friends will echo this, no doubt; they are bound to - think you lovely in any guiße, but the artist aud the lover of the natural and simple, the respecter of the human form divine will turn away speechless, the fact being that you are altogether stunning. That ia the effect ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

10 WILL NOT BE THROWN OUT. The Southern Pacific Will Treat the Settlers Fairly. Fresno and Tulare Connty Ranchers Have Nothing to Fear. The Company, It Is '.earned from a Re liable Source. Will Mot Act Hasti ly—The Land Will Be Sold to Settlers Very Low. The Herald yesterday copied a two colnmn article from the Examiner of the 3d to the effect that 1600 settlers in Fresno and Tulare counties had lost their homes and all their improvements by the recent decision of Judge Ross. From a reading of the article it would seem that the ranchers in that vicinity are absolutely at the mercy of the rail road, and even his household goods and gods are apt to be confiscated by the Southern Pacific of Kentucky. A Herald reporter yesterday discus sed with a well informed person the probable outcome in those counties in tbOße counties in the event the railroad was finally decreed to own the land. The Herald's informant, as he fondled a copy of the Examiner giving a highly-colored account of the aff...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD .THE WOMAN'B BUILDING AT THE FAIR 18 A GREAT SUCCESS. Tho Women Graduates—OrmiMtici and BTae Carrl.ee- How a Otrl Spent a Holi day—A Bot Day Sandwich Daugh ter or a Cabinet Member. , Theoretically I do not believe In sep arating the work of women and making iW exhibition of It by itself; there has always seemed something of a deroga tion of dignity in suoh a proceeding. The fine piece of sculpture or the picture Is admirable in itself, and not to be Judged aa being admirable, "consider ing." We all know what Dr. Johnson said about the bear's dancing. I etill hold to this theory, but I could not re strain a strong feeling of pride when I entered the Woman's building here at the fair, and lam afraid that, notwith standing theories, I wss glad the women had carried out their idea of shewing something of what they could do in fine sad useful arts, in organising and carry ing out a great undertaking. if do not see how any one can enter this building and stroll about in it w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS L. BEHYMER. Q. P. Putnam's Boos have just issned Harvard Stories, Sketches of the Onder graduatea, by Waldron Kintr.ing Post. The book ie dedicated to the class of 1890. The intention wns to briog hack reoollectioas of the day* when they were all chume together. The stories are only yarns and picture* of college boyB, the higher traditions of the old place is approached in only one instance. The stories are all founded on actual occur rences that either come under the author'* personal observation, ur Ibat of the undergraduates before him. There has been many changes and develop ments in the Inter days, and some liar vard men may not recognize some of the stories; many old institutions have passed away and new ones have taken their plaoee, bat in the main, Alma Mater is etill the same. Holworthy, with all ltB memories, etill gazes con templatively down on the green leafy yard; the earne old buildings lUnk it on either band. The while walls of 0 versity sill) loo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

THEATRICAL COMMENT V nagor H. C. Wyatt has returned iron Now York, aa atated in a previous ..-aeof the Herald, and from the list of attractions contracted to play hia beautiful Los Angeleß theater in the fu ture, it can be aeen no time has been lost. Hayman & Frohman'a Arietocracy com pany open the season August 24th, and the fallowing attractiona follow: Robert Mantell, in repertoire of plays; Charles Frohman'a Jane company; Mrs. John Drew, assisted by McKee Rankin and a strong company; Hayman & Frobman's The Girl I Left Behind Me; spectacular drama, Wolves of New York; Urania; Nutmeg Matoh; Soudan; Katie Em mett; Span of Life; Frienda; Frapk Daniels; Fanny Davenport, in her great production of Cleopatra; Cleveland minstrels; Charles L. Davis; M. B. Leavett'a Columbua company; Charlea Dickson ; Barlow Brothers' minstrels; Csrleton Opera*compauv; Joshua Simp kins, (Richard Golden, in Old Jed Prouty); Patti Rosa; Fanny Rice; List & Davie; Enaign company; Adelaide Patti Co...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

14 THE DEATH OF HAMLET. He sleeps at last, and all the grief That shook his soul in manhood's prime Is wafted like some faded leaf Across the horizon of time. How shall wo fitly say farewell To him whose voice in othor days Thrilled human hearts as by a spell And won the incense of their praise? Like some ungentle blast that shakes The fairest blossom from the tree Is this grim mystery tbat takes Life's perfume and life's flow'r from thee. And can those lips indeed bo dumb Prom which snch golden words did fall. And Is that princely figure numb That yields tbe purple lo tho pall? Alas, 'tis aol Tho prince is dead Who showed us Denmark's woes anew. May sweetest rest attend bis bod And peace tbe gentle heart and truel Tho lights are out, the play Is o'er. His voice is hushed, in very truth, His presence ne'er shall thrill Us more. And Hamlet dies in Edwin Booth! —John E. Barrett in Scranton Truth. A VENTILATING HAT. I had got to tho very bottom of the ladder. Never mind how I got there...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 August 1893

I ANOTHER FREE GIFT 1 || AN ENCYCLOPEDIA GIVEN TO ALL J _ajppM_ 1 r | YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD j fJUiUUUUUiiiUUK J £ . ! MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY $8 | 3 £ »imffl| | A YEAR: FOR THE DAILY OR I 3 1 ' j $I 50 A YEAR FOR THE WEEKLY j % ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I A RE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE a Free Copy of the Valuable Work Named Below. It Contains All the Information a Man fc A. Needs in Ordinary Business, being a Condensation of the Great Encyclopedias of the World A Request Must be Sent For This jp* 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 | | OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS j COMPILED BB THOS. F. EDISON. Worth Its Weight in Gold. '512 Pages of Closely Printed Matter. A Marvel of Completeness. =5 Absolutely Thorough and Comprehensive. Business Forms, Legal It...

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

16 OUT ON THE RACHES Pomona Progress: The grower of ap ricotH ia again confronted with the ques tion of when and how much to prnne bis treea. The opinion ia rapidly gain ing ground among thoae who have given the matter the moat attention, that the proper time to prune aprloot treea ia in the Bummer aeaaon, aa coon as poeeible •Her the crop ia gathered. The reason ia that aa 80on aa the tree has matured a crop of frnit, it at once beeins to rest from outward growth and get ready for another eeaeon'B work. While in thia atate the buds are formed from which its next aeaaon'a crop wili be produced, and it ia a waste of the energies of the tree to allow it to form any buds that •re not to be permitted to grow. In a well established tree all the pruning that ia necesaary ia to remove broken branches and shorten the growth of the present season about one-third, cutting back more or lesß according to the vigor of tbe tree. This should be done aa coon aa the crop ia picked. After the pruning...

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