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

THE PROSECUTION CLOSES. Testimoney Yesterday in. the Miles Murder Trial. The Defense Has a Struggle With Dr. West Hughes. Tome Peculiar Actions on tbe Part of the Defendant Described by Wit nesses—The Defense Will Begin Monday. George Milee, looking very pale and with hia hand to bis left ear nearly all the time, listened to the evidence against him yesterday in Jndge Smith's court, and scarcely changed his position nntil late in the afternoon when the pro secution closed its case. The day was principally occupied in the croBS examination of Dr. West Hughes upon the result of his examina tion of the stains on the keys and poker chip found in the cash drawer behind the bar in the Carlton saloon after George Miller was murdered. Dr. Hnghes Btated upon his direct ex amination that the stains were blood Btains, and Mr. Shinn endeavored in a moet plausible way to mix the doctor up on his statements. It was not accom plished to any great extent, the witness being very ready and positive i...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

6 ADVERTISING. • The most direct method of reaching tho : public nnd making known your W W W A NN !» TTTIT SSSS WWWW A A NNN T 8 8 V> V W W A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WWWW AAA A JS N N T S WW WW A ANNS T ; W W A A N N.N T S =o ,B W W A A S NN T BRSS la through the classified nd columns of Tun 11 ye am It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser In direct communica tion with those he wishes to reach. COOL A sKRorSS .II Et'l 11 REKDDD C CL AA a v lII II 8 <> U 0 L A A H BS„ h HI '' HI X l' li OCI. AAA „ q s II I 111 I' l> COO I 1.1 I \ A SS ss [I i II KKKIUUI A DDD I. witnn s ss. AA DDL X Tv A A D I> 1. VK T "SRj, AAA DDI. E T s s A A DPI) IXI.I. MB T n HH* Inserted In the columns ot Tng HKSAi.iat • 8 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : 1 Si.oo PER LINK PER MONTH. ; Special rales for a longer period. Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property, w ill de w ell lo nd vertiso in IM Heiiald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. CH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

WIDE SKIRTS NOW IN VOGUE. What Is Now the Thing in Feminine Attire. Elaborate Descriptions of Some Im ported Costumes. Stuffs That Aro Fashionable This Sea son and Also Their Colors—A Whole Lot About New Millinery. Emerpjng from their long-continued obsturuy, skirt trimmings are now a Fpecial feature, the variety having been materially increased by bordered fabrics, clan or "basket weave" plaids. Ruffles, put on in twos or threes, the upper one alwayß with a tiny frill as a heading ia an imported Btyle, and black lace ruffles over those of colored changeable silk, caught np at intervals by velvet straps, is a very handsome akirt trimming; one net likely to become common. Hand some knots of four-inch wide ribbon, about 20 inches apart, on a plain skirt is a new trimming, but suitable only for house wear. AN IMPORTED COSTUME is bo novel, that as yet nothing like it haa been shown; its reproduction meet ing with ready sale among a most ex clusive class. Fcur close-fitting gores of mari...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Burma. Report nf observations tskm at Los Angeles. MayS, 1S03: :00 a m 00 p ro. 29.04! S3 63 7b OS 1 e I Ft, Maximum temperature, 71. Minimum tem)>eratiire, 19. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; northwest wind. There will he it prr menade concert this •(term on et, Weatlake park by theDoug lane military hand. Mre. Josephine Zolhnret, wife of Dr. Zolhnret, who has heen in New York the past year perfecting; herpelf in vocal mneic, will sing at Immanuel church to day, morning and evening. Ward CunninKham, a Kern county Stockman, wae exercising a hronco in a sales yard on Los. Angeles street yester day afternoon. The animnl (ell upon him and broke Cunningham's left. The injured man was taken to the police sta tion, where his injuries were dressed. All parties who are contenting for the conpon free ticket to i blcago are re quested to meet nt tbe 11 inn id office on Monday afternoon, et 4 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of selecting » committee to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. GOSSIP OF THE RACE TRACK. The Greatest Racing Year of America Now Open. Judge Morrow Likely to Repeat His Brooklyn Victory. Ifhe California Strings Now on Their Way Kast—Death of Bryant Wil liams-Charles Fair's Flood Gate Hick Ur.to Death. There are quite a number of Califor nia horses now at the eaßt, the stableß of E. J. Baldwin and William O. B. Mac donough being divided into two strings each. Emanuel Harding has one string of Baldwin's horses at Latonia, Ky., op posite Cincinnati, while Dow Williams haß the other lot at St. Louis, where the games begin next week. The best horse in either string is the 5-year-old mare Santa Anna, but there is but little cer tainty about mareß at this season of the year. Mr. Baldwin's only Derby candi date is a great chestnut mare called Queen Bess, by Emperor Norfolk-Aritta. She may win that race if specially held out for it, but her appearance is not that of a general campaigner. * * Macdonough's eastern string, headed by ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

10 OUT ON THE RANCHES Nearly every kind of fruit that grows In California, except oranges ami lem ons, is no doubt greatly improved in qnality by vigorous and judicious thin ning. Citrns fruits bavo a tendency to grow to unmarketable sizes, hence no thinning is resorted to in the citrns growing regions, ac a general rule. Peaches, apricots and pears require thinning, and it is doubtful if tho pro cess is generally carried far enough to reach the best results. Mr. J. 11. Male, the well-known peach grower of Con necticut, alleges that he has secured good crops of peaches after 96 per cent of the buds had been killed hy cold weather. He even thinned out some what in places after that. Me asserts that the largest size fruit, what he rails "firsts," sells at Bix times the price re ceived for the medium and small fruit. Quite a general rule among the best orchardists in California! isito thin so that no two fruits shall be within the width of the hand of each other. It is claimed by some ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Bxchang'o Review. Nsw York, May 0.-After one ol ths m-ist exciting weeks lv the history ot the stock ex change, Wall street today had a much longed for breathing spell. The absence of failure*, reports that certain firm! who succumbed to the recent shrinkage in prices will shortly re sume and a favorable bsnk statement, all com bined to restore confidence and led to a ma terial recovery In prices. Movements were by no means ri gular but there Is nothing strange •bont this when It Is considered that many firms and Individuals were disposed to take ad vantage of ths rallies In the markot to place heir affdira in an easier position. Hence every time a substantial recovery occurred a good many long stocks came out and reactions en sued There wae comparatively little excte meut, however, and dealings were much above the average. Induatrial stocks showed large net gains to day. American Tobacco advanced 12, Sugar SH Sugar preferred 6«, Cotton Oil prefer ed S%, Chi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

12 V Nrtw Yoait, May 5, 1 SOS. BILLOW Btraw of a dull shade and black inakeß a pretty tion for millinery, and one safe to in dulgo in while tho present cyclone of colorßstorms. Lit tle hats corns that are merely a piece of finely woven straw. Those are Bet on a bund of black velvet, and «»re twisted at the bnck an as to be ne -1 coming anil to make the front take n ' pretty droop. Two rosettes are put ou each side of the back, nnd from tho cen ter of each rosette rises an aigrette ol a crisp end nf the ribbon. A loiik loop i lies on the bat from the back along 90011 | side. The center of the hat ia left. qftlU bare, that tho oddity of its ffatOeH may i not be lost. A pretty how is put on the (band upon which the hat iB set, nt just | the place where it will rest becomingly on the hair. If the hair ie dark, this bow is light to match the Btraw ; other wise it is black. Ttrnn bsnf picturesquely. Odd as is tho blending ol yellow and blnck, it is not more startling in its way than is th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

AMONG THE AUTHORS [by l, behymbr.] Charles Scribner's sons have jnst pub lished Modern Meteorology; an outline of the growth and present condition Of its phases, by Frank Waldo, Ph. D., member of the German and Austrian meteorological societies and late junior professor, Signal Service, U. S. A. The material which the gifted author has brought together in this volume will be of interest, mainly to those persons who take a special delight in meteorology, but who have little acceßß to original sources of information; among this class are the great majority af the small army of meteorological observers and many teachers of physical geography and gen eral physics. The general reader may find it partly supplementary to such works as Scott's meteorology, Aber cromby'a weather, or the articles in the Encyclopedia Britannica. Tbe author has been mainly a student of the German school of meteor ology, and so probably has not brought into sufficient notice the names and work of French, English...

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

14 A BACHELOR'S MUSE. NO LACK OF SENTIMENTALITY IN A DULL MAN'S REVERIE. • n Hat I mat <■ of Women That A ppear* I.u dioronx lo thi' .Slnilcnt nf Phtatafltaf Con- dltleua—A Few <•'■»leiamn iuiil Hemlncl rr. For th« si.,»l.- Man. Howovor lHtle may bo the logio dis played by those who argue against equal rights, tt Is certain that thoro is no lack of eenttuiOTitalUy on tboir aide. In "A Um-liclur'K Reverie" tho bachelor la iMti tbe fart that woman's work now ;-le istssliiw i sho chooses to select and nigha for the old fur.liionod wotniin who had no anTbations. Judging from an other part of flip roverin tho old lime woman had lanbißone, but tbey were seriotty of thorflomostio order. Her ffwt ambition wae to be a wife, Bor-oml a iiioUht, third n mother again, | fourth again ur-mothcr, fifth once more a .mother, sixth a mother, sovontb a moth er, i i, tin ii ii mother once wore, ninth a maternal poron,, tenth a parent mi the mothor'B side, eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth ditto, di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 May 1893

| FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. b How Some New Varieties May i Be Obtained. The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck Farmers in the East. mt+~- By special arrangement with some of trie leading seed houses of the world, The] also been largely experimented with at the various state agricultural fairs throughout the Herald is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. S mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are T „ _ r -t, • l .1 „ txn oa a 5 recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants n - Long-Standing LettucE.-Iu shape this variety resembles the White Seeded named known. market value of the produds from them will, of course, be greater Glant Com lettuc f- 11 heads m « ch a * d *Tr£lT« than the common varieties now used. It is probably the best premium offer ever made »is very slow to r...

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

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT Mra. William J. Florence—aim la bet ter known aa Mrs. (lenersl (iilflory— mors than austtins bar reputation, long lines earned, of being one of the heat and moat luxuriously drosaed women npon the American atagn. Many years ago Mra. Florence caused womankind generally to Inquire wilh the deepest interest tbe name of tha genius who waa tbe creator of tbe gor geous specimens of dressmaking with which she waa adorned. And even today interested womankind throughout the country ia still in doubt aa to whether theao marvelous concep tions which ahe ia at present wearing are from the atelier of tho celebrated Mr. Worth, from the ntndioH ol the re nowned Felix, or in truth chefs d'o'iivres designed by tbe master hand of tlio now superlatively great Doucet. Jlfrs. Flnrrnrr. Mih. (iilflory will display tbla week a creation (author unknown) of which she may justly be aB proud ns tho proverb ially vain bird wliobs feathers havo been despoiled for its chief decorntion. As t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 May 1893

A riENACE. A NUMBER OF HOUSES IN CHI NATOWN DISCOVERER TO BE EXTREMELY PILTHY AND THEIR DESTRUCTION RECOfIMENDBD. VOL. XL. NO. 27. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF -3 SUMMER SUITS fc- FOE MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT 8 CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. BROS- If You Wish To See Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns show you the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—such as you cannot see elsewhere. We have very tine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. tNP JtOTEi^ HKLD IN MBCHaNICS' PAVILION. SAN FBANCISCO, ENDING FIB. IS, 1893 GRAND SILVER MEDAL f^^ASLf^ 0^ SILVER MEDAL f?*l££ ar *™* a °* *^ CM"T T7 r "LT*T3 TViT"L7*"rm A T F " R MOST autisti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 May 1893

2 THE ANGELS DO KNOW BASEBALL. The Oaklands Did Not I'lay a Little Bit. ————— They Were Fruit for f lie Los Angeles Team. iv • ' < . r ' Tha Angels Ars All Rlght-They Won Una of Yesterday's Games. Whlln tha Colonel <iot the Other. Four Out uf Five. If the Angela can only keep up the gait tbey struck during the past series with Oakland the championship will re main at this end. of the league. Four games out of five is the record tne local boys made. The hitherto invincible Oakland phalanx barely saved them selves from total annihilation. They managed to win the very last game yes terday. Thia leaves them still in the lead by a narrow margin. The donble bill brought ont one ol the largest gatherings that has ever wit nessed a ball game on the Athletic grounds. It was characteristically a Los Angeles crowd. Everybody was in a good humor, for well they could be as Oakland was fighting for its life. The crowd was certainly liberal towards the viaitora. Every good play was an plsude...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Pasadena, May 6.— The question which caused co much discussion and a munic ipal election fight in this city a couple of years ago, namely, whether restaurants shonld be permitted to servo beer and wine with meals, is again coming under general discussion from the fact tnabtbe privileges granted under an ordinance passed by a council put in chiefly for that purpose are being abused. A Hbbald reporter interviewed Mr. H. J. Vail, editor of the Star at the time the present privileges allowing restaur ants to aell wine and beer were granted, and one of the first and chief movers in bringing it about. When questioned as to his opinion of affairs at stand at pres ent Mr. Vail Baid: "There are in this city a good many liberal-minded men who are broad enough to love honesty and bate hypoc risy. They are actuated by the truest .motives in the treatment of all ques tions, regardless of religious or political 'affiliations. When narrow and bigoted 'prohibitionists were ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY ANI» WMKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. «ossrjt D. Lt.ni a. JAttas J. Avaaa. AVERS Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, •■23 IND 32.'. WK«T HRCONO HTRSSKT, TELEPHONE ISO. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. BY CARRIER: Per Wee* • -JO Per Month "O BY MAIL (lNiLtrtiiNfi Postaoxj: Pailt Hekal», ono year ?S 00 Da ly Hsuald, six months 4 2ft I>»ily t'«»Ai.o, three months tT, D*ily Ha.iAi.n, ouo month SO Wsskly Msralij, one veer 1 00 tVSKKLY lIRHALD, Sit months 1 OO Wkskly Hksalh. three mon hs 00 IXXtlsTaaTtlj lIKKALD, por Copy 20 Entered »t the postiflice at Loi Angeles as mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papersof all de ing ient mall subscribers Jl tbeDAILY HaSA ti tr II bo promntl/ dlscon tlnmrt hereafter No papers will tw sent 10 subscribers by mall unlets the same have been paid for In advance. This rule I Inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent,3i Merchants' Mehange, H.'n Francisco. l< an authorized agent. This paper la kepi on file In his offloe. 1u« Hsjralp Is sold et th...

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

WHO KILLED SAN PEDRO FRENCHY. The Coroner's Jnry Returns a Non-Committal Verdict. 1 Ht is Believed that Other Union Men Were Killed. The Testimony Given Yesterday Before the Uoroner—Wo Investigation or the Identity of the Dead Man's Companions. Special to the Herald, San Pbdho, May 7.—There is a depth of mystery surroundibgthe attack of the Halycon at Redondo Beach Saturday evening which has not as yet been pen etrated. The sailor, M. Sylva, known as Frenchy, who was found dead in a boat here Saturday morning, is the only unfortunate who has thus far been dis covered. It is belived though that there are other victims of Friday night's aSsault who have not yet come to the surface. It is believed to be a positive fact that two others of the boarding party were wonnded but just how Ber ious their wounds were cannot be learned for the present. THK COKONBB'S INVESTIGATION. Coroner Cates held an i.iqtreat today at 9 o'clock on the body of th« dead sailor Sylva. known here as Frenchy. Sylv...

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

6 ADVBRTTSINO. ; The most direct c thod of reaching Ihe : public nnd making amen ft your W W W A Ml X TTITT SSNS W W W W A A h N N T S S WWWW A A N N 0 I 8 WWW W A A NUN T S WWWW A A N N X T KSBS WWWW AAA A N X Nt WW WW A A N N N T S W WA A ft Nit T a a W W A A N NN T SSRS Is through the classified ml columns of Tim Beralix It is cheap, l.iings quick n iorn-, end places the advertiser in dire, i communica tion with those 111 wishes lo reiieli. COOL A aBSaaSBA nFFFIi RFEDtrD 0 til, AA S s II I' II X I) > OLA A, SK, HS M II I r II I X I) Ii kLrl ' Vii: :..!:...!• A DbD j. BBBT«T gSB, A A H l> I. EE .ss H AAA II 1) I, F, T «! A A 11111 l I.I.LI,KKF T "HIT inserted in the columns ot TBS BsaAUatl • 0 CENTS PFlt LINK PER DAY. : ; IH.ini PER LINK PER MONTH. : ; Special rates for a longer |'> " I. : Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing lo rent, buy or sell proper I>, will do w II lo ud vertlao in Thk Hkiiai h. OFFICIAL OITY PAPER. ■IMSVIAI. NOTICKS. TJ^NTKIt'H' TEXAS I V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 May 1893

BIRD LIFE IN PARKS. THB TUHBFTJI, HOUR OF THB EaBLV DAWN. *, SnsHlay Herman on Ornithology by s> Man Who Sits Up Late and Domes luto the House with tbe ; Morning's Milk, Did yon ever sit np late? Did yon ever follow a vocation that compelled your attendance till tbe atars grew pile and the eastern sky blußhes like a ' maiden in the glow of the coming eun ? If lf not, you can not realize what a refuge > liotn the hawka, shrikes and rooks our ; parka afford to the entailer class of song birds. We have the common golden eyed blackbird of tbe middle states, as well aa the red-wingsd blackbird or starling, which Is not altogether unlike V the chough of England, which Scott im f mortalized in the gypßiee' chorus in Guy Mannering. Then there is the meadow lark, common to all the coast, which is not a lark at all, bnt a thrueh ; and the robin redbreast, which is with ue only a winter bird. He mokes his neat in tbe gloomy, old ancestral firs that fringe the shores of I'uget pound, nnd ...

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

8 BRIEFS • Weather Bureau. Report of ohiorvations taken at Lol Angeles, May 7, lRfl.1: I*M. Bw. IThet.jBH'm WM Vol I Sm. m 80 03 61 I N B joiondy ) p. m. ao.Ud 57 ! 88 i» 7 ICIoady Hsxlmnm temperature, 7". Minimum temperature, f>2. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather, slight changes In temperature; wind i tenerally westerly. Charlae Tompson died yesterday at 534 Winston street of consumption. It was a light day yeaterday in police circles. Fonr drnnka and one v,igrant were arrested, and the vagrant was a Chinaman at tbat. All parties who are contesting for th conpon free ticket to Chicago are re quested to meet at the Ilkrai.ii office or Monday afternoon, at 4 o'clock p. m., for tbe purpose of selecting a committee to_ count tbe votes. This will no donbr meet tbe approbation of all concerned, and will convince one anil all the the contest will be squarely conducted. The historical society ol Southern California willfliold an adjourned meet ing tbis evening in Justice A...

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