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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

REAL ESTATE AND FINANCE. f fc ——— Architect's Plans for the New Normal School Adopted. Review of the Financial Situation for the Week. Bnlldlng Operations Present and Pros pective—Street Kepalr* Dismissed. Tha Tendency of Investments. Loans and Bents. The past week has not been distin guished by any material crilnge in the real estate market. If one of those very fine Instruments that measure micro scopic changes could be applied to the public sentiment it would record some slight change for tbe better. It ought to be a matter of profound congratula tion that while other communities are being startled by unexpected failures and disturbed to their centers by serious market fluctuations, Los Angeles is so situated that she feels only the outer most ripple of the flood of excitement. The day of feverish flurry has passed over this region, and its principal mis chief is, fortunately, about spent. It was prophesied tbat as soon as the bank scare was over, people who had been allowing the...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

6 AUVKKTIM-MKMB. 1 * The most dire-t method of reaching the public and making known your c .. * » W W A INN N 'ITCIT SSSS W WW W AA NN N Th S WWWW AA N N N T § ■WWWW A A N N N T S WWWW AANNN T SSSS WWWW A AAA N N N T § WW WW A ANKN T „ g W W A AN NN T 8 8 W W A AN INN t 88SS . f through the classified ad columns of The lerali). It is cheap, brings nulek returns, ►nd places the advertiser in direct eommunt ntion with those he wishes to reach. OCC L A rSSs. B SS s tl FI'FH FEB I>DD POL AA E r II F Bl D D P L A A S BS. B SS uFFII EE D T> OOL AAA s S s 211 F 11 X r D OOC l.bbl.A A B SS h "SS 13 II F II FEE ODD A DDD L FKKTTTTsSS, AA D PL X T S AA D Rli EH T B SS S AAA D DI. F. T b § A A DDD LLLLKEE T D SS 3 inserted In the columns otTits Herald st 1 « * 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. • . : Bpecial rates for a longer period. ( x Persons wanting situations, he'.p or wishing lo rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad rertise in The Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

~ SUIT. IBNBATIONAI. COMPLAINT AGAINST MISt ATTOKNRV B. B. GOKDON. lohn 0. Kofoed Wants Hl* Name " Btilekeu from tha 801 lof At torney!— The Cuargoa as Hake. A suit was filed yesterday in the Monty clerk's office by John C. and Lily 3. Kofoed against Samuel B. Gordon, n which they claim that tbe latter has " Violated his oath aud duty as an attor tey at law. It appears tbat on March 17, 1892, the tlaintiffs employed Gordon's services io lefense against an action brought •gainst them by James F. Cosby, and ihe result was that a deficiency judg nent for T 2i>(J6.B3 was entered against ihem. As the outcome of the trial tbey re amed Gordon to assist tbem in turning certain assets into ready money in order to pay off outstanding debts aud try to •fleet a settlement of the judgment {ranted Cosby. They claim that while Gordon was employed by tbem he risited Cosby twice with tbe intention if effecting a settlement or a compro mise. , , The plairitifls also allege that before Etordon bad ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

8 Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 12,1893: Time. Bar. |Ther. RH'i 8-00 a. m. S9.88 OS 75 6:00 p.m. 29 87 80 44 f'.hor Maximum temper iters, 00. Minimum temperature, 01. indication.. Forecast lor SonOaern California: Fair weather; cooler, westerly winds. Another party will be given in Larra bee's hall next Wednesday evening by some of the members of the Tuesday evening club. The teachers' committee of the board of education met yesterday afternoon in bi-monthly session. A report will not be formulated until Monday. The finance committee of the city council met yesterday, but ontside of auditing the customary warrants, etc., nothing of importance was done. Undelivered telegrams at tbe Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main etreet, August 12, for Geo. Someroy, J. H. Book, Mr. Souther. Tbe Will Nickelson minstrels, com posed of a number of young society men of the city, will give a performance at the Grand opera house in October for som...

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

PART II—PAGES 9TO 16. j THE HAHDSOME BRADBURY BLOCK Corner of Broadway and Third Street. One of tbe Most Substantial Struc tures in Los Angeles. Description of Ita r.oeatton and Plan •ad tha Material U.ud ia Ita Con struction —Home Indue trlai Patronised. The feeling of apprehension and dis trust which rests like a pall upon nearly every section ol our land has neither shaken the confidence of the eaetem in vestor in Los Angeles or subdued the enterprise and progress ol its people. In no way, however, Is this wholesome confidence and growth more plainly in dicated than in the building line. Go where one may, throughout the resident portion of the oity, handsome edifices in process of construction greet the eye. The inusio ol the hammer and trowel keep time with mercantile industry on every business street, while the odor of freshly turned soil reaches one from nu merous excavations. The buildings under way are, mureover, ol the most substantial and .modern character, as will appear ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

10 •aa circulation system renders it possible to instantly obtain hot water at any time. The plumbing contract also includes 60 olosets, 20 urinals, 220 basins, 5 slop hoppers, there being 5 ladies' and 5 gents' toilet rooms and every lavitory convenience in tbe building. ' There are no exposed lead or iron pipes in tbe system, all visible traps, fauseta and pipes being of nickel with marble furn ishings. Each line of soil pipe is more over arranged so tbat it can be cleaned oat at any time from roof to cellar. Each room of this building has ita own sepa rate meter in the general meter room of each floor, and tbe gaa service eontists of side and center lights and liretmace in each room. Over 60,000 feet of gae pipe have thus been used. It therefore plainly appears from tbe foregoing facts that a mere knowledge of tbe details of plumbing without a thorough knowl edge of their application would not have been sufficient for tbe successful engi neering of thia great work. However, by aw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

f. HEPATICAB. Bhtast af nature's brood. Retreating to tbe wood, arast a>t It* edge a refuge have ye fonndt Like partridge chicks In fright. Keeping yonr-aelves from sight Voder tha dry leaves covering th* ground. Ye would not shrink so much From our fond sight ana touch It only ear hearts' feeling* could be known; W* wait with watahlng eyea To mark your mild surprise That, coming early, ye come not alone. The bluebird yesterday Oamc flying home this way. . Ba piped his very sweetest song of youi In fnllest faith and love W* are now here to prove That bluebird's prophecy shall turn out true We pnsh tha leaves away. And there In silken gray Has nature tenderly wrapped np your form*! Op*h for us your eye*. Look to th* April skies. Bin* a* In summer after heavy storms. Within th* opening Ud A thought of bin* Is hid, A memory of boa vena watched long ago; A dream ye fondly kept All tbat kmc night y* slept Beneath th* downy 6o**rl«t* of snow. -Isaac B. ChoaS* In Ham* Journal. A WHISTLI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

12 [by l. bkhymbr J James. Pott & Co. ol New York, the veil known Bible publishers, have juet Baaed a book based npon The Old Testa nent. It is entitled Tho Old Docnments Mid the New Bible, an easy lesson for the people in Bible criticism. The au thor, J. Paterson Smyth, L. L. 8., B. 0. in Senior Moderator and Oold Medal- Mt, and Primates' Hebrew Prizeman, in Trinity college, Dublin. In our grand fathers' days in the simple loving rever ince with which the Bible was regarded it almost seemed to men as if clasped md covered complete, like the image of ihe goddoss Diana. It was much too lacred a tiling to be tbe subject of criti tal inquiry; to admit the possibility of mistakes in ita text would have been it lie short of heresy; while as for mak ing an investigation into the composi tion and genuineness of itt> books—why, l man wonld aa soon havo thought of jotanieing upon hie mother's grave. But, "old times have changed." In this ags of criticism nothing ie too sac red to be q...

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

Nbw Yobk, August 11, 1893. GREEK maidens are forever being held up to ua as liOlU Up W UO models of "flow ing lines" perfec tion, but from even ber to the hoop distended dame of tbe Empress Eu genie's reign, down to tbe pres ent day of less in flated draperies, the skirt of a cos tume is tbe one point above all others that calls for consideration 'and skill. The bodice, sleeves, revers, bretelies, epau lettes aud all the puffs, chirrs, honey comb and otherwn-e that go to their creation may be perfection itself and yet tbe whole effect may he spoiled by tbe ill fit or non-adaptation of the ac companying ekirt. The general outline being the same, there is yet something of a diversity in the style of skirts by which taste and choice may be exer cised. You are allowed to have jroiir I i H All run lo poinlt. tirt very wide at the bottom or coar.i ably narrower than the widest 'in well dressed. Yon may her ie trimming of the skirt jrjHt aa yoi ease; three ruffles on the bottom o none; ruf...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

14 Olive culture on thiacosst is beginniu to attract tbe attention its merits de serve. In addition to the famous orchards of Kimball of National City and Cooper o! Santa Barbara, many youneer orchards are coming into bearing in different por tions ol the etate whose geneious re turns serve as object lessons to encour age a larger planting. Until very re cently but little attention bas be«*n paid ■to the subject, so that the general pub lic and even thoße whose interests are along the line of fruit growing know but little about it. but a little light ia being let in upon the dense ignorance of tiie matter of the olive, its culture, etc. Not many years ago the average man sup po°ed the olive tret was tapped for oil like the sugar maple is for Bap to con vert into sugar. Many are the practical jokes that have been paved upon the unwary by inducing tiietn to taste the olive as it comes from the tree, which i» a good second to the green persimmon in bitterness, and as aladoueeead to the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 August 1893

| ANOTHER FREE GIFT I I AN ENCYCLOPEDIA GIVEN TO ALL} 1 E j YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD I fJIUUttUUWttttUK I fell H m I MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY $8 I 3 E MMffll- i A YEAR FOR THE DAILY OR f i g | $1.50 A YEAR FOR THE WEEKLY j Eg Eg ARE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE a Frer Copy of the Valuable Work Named Below. It Contains All the Information a Man E A Needs in Ordinary Business, being a Condensation of the Great Eneye'opedias of the World A Request Must be Sent For This 3 jf: Book to Obtain It. Those Who Have Already Paid in Advance May Remit $1, Which Will be Credited to Their Subscriptions, and the Book Will be Sent. None Will be Sent Without a Cash Remittance. 1 EDISON'S HANDY ENCYCLOPEDIA | | • OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS | COMPILED BB THOS. ft EDISON. Worth Its Weight in Gold. 512 Pages of Closely Printed Matter. A Marvel of Completeness. E Absolutely Thorough and Comprehensive. Business Forms, Legal Items, etc., on 2000 Subjects of Value to Every One in All Occupations ...

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

16 THE BUTTLE OF THE STANDARDS Senator Jones on Free Coinage in 1890. Extracts from a Celebrated Speech 4 In the Senate. The Allegory or tlie Clonks as Explained by the Senator— points Mado by Ulra I (.on the Great Question. In May, 1890, United States Senator John P. Jones delivered a speech on the free coinage o'. silver in the United States senate, which was celebrated at tbe time. In view of the present gen eral discussion of tbe question tbe fol lowing excerpts will be read with in terest : "Tbe battle of the standards. Tbe allegory of the clocks." In an ancient village tbere once stood a gold clock, wbich, ever since the in vention of clocks, had been the measure of time for tbe people of that village. They were proud of its beauty, its work manship, its musical stroke, and the un failing regularity with which it heralded tbe passing hours. Ibis clock had been endeared to all the inhabitants of the village by the hallowed associations with which it was identified. Genera tion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATHER AND COOLER, WITH WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 125. S^-SPECIAL SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. . ■»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ French | reduced from $1.50 to Balbriggan (M - C U\ Underwear <V± OUlli -$}SEE OUR WINDOW.fr- Mullen, Bluett & Co. 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. CARPETS we: offer the : I I LARGEST LINES | I FINEST PATTERNS I % • n.i cr\A/F<=i-T 001 nRIMRP * GREATEST VARIETY | AT LOWEST PRICES Get Our Prices and Examine Our Handsome Patterns Before Buying. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, S. BROAOWAY, QPI». rPTY HALL. HKLD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING VBII. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL Collection ol i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

2 JOHN IS HERE YET. A DKCKB.tSK ONLY WH ERR MINING HAS DIMISUBD. The Chinese Population of Saa Fran cisco as Lai are aa Ever—Need of the Enforcement of the Geary Act. Ever since the Geary act -was de clared constitutional by the United States supreme court and was practi cally annulled by President Cleveland, an effort has been made in certain quar tan to show that tbe Chinese popula tion of San Francisco has dwindled away. Tbe object of these statements mns t be evident to everybody. Tins deaire undoubtedly ia to divert attention from tbe Geary act and allow it to lapse by making people believe that tliere is no further danger of Chi nese immigration, and that those who •re in fthe country at present are leaving for China and other countries so rapidly and iv such large numbers that the question will soon practically settle it self. The Chinese consul is quoted as au thority for tbe statement that there are now less than 15,000 Chinamen in San Francisco, and some cf the papers of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. A. M. Spetaeager Wins the Swimming Contest—Tremendous Crowds. The crowd began on Saturday and by the time the 7 o'clock traiu reached the town there was not a room in the town for love of money, and cots were at a premium. It was the aame every where from Arcadia to the smallest betel, while at the Jackson and Belle voe tbe crush waa simpU immense, some wag suggesting that they baag op tbe late arrivala on the pegs in the Olotbea preeaea. Tbe morning traina came down in two and three sections, both roada having all they could do to handle tbe multi tude, the Santa Fe bringing excursion alter excursion from the dwellers in tbe San Gabriel valley and Riverside and Redlanda country. Tbe surf waa in its kindliest mood and bathing waa par excellence, the briney being alive all day with bathers who eeemed loth to leave tbe cooling and invigorating aurf. tha rueh being particularly noticable at North Beach, where tbey could have let out three tlmea aa m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILT ANT> WEEKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josim U. Lynch. ' Jajcks j. ay«bs. AVERS 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. SBS AND 825 WEST SECOND BTREKT. TELEPHONE 1%6. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: rerWeek * .2<> Per Month 80 BY IIAIL (Ihcludimi; Postaosj): Daily Heral , one year .-. ¥' "V Daily Hbrild, six months..*. * 2o Daily Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, one month JO Weekly herald, one ye«r 1 5J> Weekly Hsrm.d, six months 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months ho Illustrate j Hkrsi.d, percopy. 20 Entered at the postofllce at l,os Angeles as ajroond-class\maH matter ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers otall delinquent mill subscribers to the Daily Hsuai.d will b? promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers hv mall unless the same nave been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent* 31 Me' Chants' Exchange, -an Frineisci, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on Hie in his ofTtoe. „ . , T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

YESTERDAY AT THE CHURCHES. fieriplural Thoughts by Divines of This City. iev. A. S. Clark Preaches at Christ Episcopal Church. Tl, . Temple Street Christian Churoli Listens to Rev. 11. Elliott Ward— (be Lord's Supper Discussed at the Epwortb M. k. Rev. A, S. Clark occupied the pulpit «t Chriet'a Kpiecopal church, corner of Flower and Pico atreeta, yeaterday. Tbe congregation waa very fair, in view of tbe weather. The singing was up to the accustomed excellent standard. Mr. Clark preached from a part of tho fifth "Jiuge of the fourth chapter of Ephesians, tv- theme being Uur Faitb. In the main it muat be confessed that a creed haa a place in all the relations of life. Whenever trustand confidence are received, whenever there ia acknowl edgement of virtue and truth, whenever men Btand by their convictions of right, the outward erpreasion of those things ia in its very nature a creed. Be it a matter of political economy, of fiscal policy, of governmental diplomacy, if rt can be put int...

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

6 J INK ADVERTISEMENTS. X X The most direft method of reaching the : public and making known your x * WWW A NN 5 TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA Hit B T R 8 WWWW A A N N N T 8 WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW AANNN T SSSS WW WW AAAA N NN T 8 WW WW A ANNS T _ 8 W W A ANNN T S. h WW 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 OCC L A R SS O s SS s II FFFII IKK UVT> 0O L AA | S s II F UK. 1) » O L A A S SS S S SS„ II FF II EE D I> O C L AAA a 2 a 511 F "H D D 000 LLLLA A B SS S S SS S II F 11 FEE ODD A DDD L EEETTTT S SS S AA D Bt C | S SS 3 AAA DDL E T a 2 A A DDD LLLLKEE T °SS B Inserted in the columns of The Herald at x * ;* 5 CENTS rER LINE PER DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. j Special rates for a longer period. : X.... X Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, biiy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in The Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. I SPEC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

NEAR THE SUMMIT. ACRINOHBOIENTIST FORETELLBTHE GOOD TIME COMING. Progress Leading- Uptoa Rapid Union of tbe Human family—Extension or Euro pean Races—A Free Field For the Whites of Europe aud America. ' It appears that the human rare Is about to reach the summit of the epoch called the reign of humanity. Tho great dis coveries made in later times, the exotic countries explored form a connection of circumstances which will establish new processes of civilisation and a more powerful contact between different hu man races. And the races themselves— what will become of them? This ques tion the distinguished anthropologist, M. Zaborowski, has attempted to solve. The globe has now a population of 1,500,000, --000 of people, and indications are that this will be doubled in a very short time. Now, it must not be forgotten that all parts of the globe are today visited by people who represent about one-flfth of humanity, and these are gifted with a power of expansion which has never be fore b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 August 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Korean. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 13, 1803: Time. I Bar. |Ttur. RH'nijW'djVel iW^hcr IVOO a m >!) O.'f (Hi 80 Ink] 1 Clear. Ji:00 n.m 29 8!> 78 »9 I W 8 Icienr. ■ . Maximum temperature,B 0, Miulinum temperature, 05. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weather and coo cr Monday: westerly winds. W. L. Merriam- of thia city waa the happy recipient yesterday of a beauti ful cane, which waa presented to him by a number of his admiring friends. A Tbe Park theater haa closed for the 1 remainder of the season. Tne eterpris ing manazers will reopen with some fine entertainmenta about the middle of October. Two fire alarms called out the depart ment yesterday. One waa early in the morning and waa a false alarm from Sixth and Loa Angelea street, and the other was csused by a small blaza at the corner of Third nnd Broadway. Tbe latter waa extinguished before the eu ginea arrived. Ciptain Steere lost a small, red cov ered memorandu...

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