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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

TODAY'S -FORECAST. POR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WEATH ER; WARMER ACCOriPANIED BY NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 30. OUR LINE OF DOUBLE. BREASTED SACK SUITS IN FANCY WORSTEDS & CHEVIOTS IS ELEGANT. THE MAKE AND STYLE OF OUR CLOTHING EQUAL CUSTOM GOODS. STRICTLY ONE PRICE TO ALL. - — MULLEN, BLUETT I CO.. CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. crystalTalace, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. We have positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to the wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GMT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. BROS. [f You Wish i Som%mmg Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show you the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—such as yon cannot ccc elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

2 for the pnrpose ot tbe deportation of Chineeelaborers, as counsel for petition era erroneously claimed, but to provide ■ system of identification and registra tion lor such as are here. This is a law ful purpose, whether applied to citizens or aliens. The right ol the government to require the identification and regis tration ol its citizens, their possessions, resources and locations, has never been aeriously disputed. The means by which the identification il attained, tlie solicitor-general con tended, was lawful and reasonable and humane in its provisions. Aldrich maintained the right n( con gress to require aliens or citizens to register or obtain certificates of identifi cation; the power ol congress to author ize a judge without the intervention ot a jury, to sentence to deportation a prison er who bad not procured and was not in possession of the prescribed eertllir.ate; that, the nation has a right, according to International law, to preacrlberlho terms npon wbich citizens...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A Free Hospital to Bo Founded—News Not •• an I Briefs. Pasadena, May 10.—For some time past there has been talk of organizing a hospital association in this city for the pnrpose of condncting a hospital, where strangers and others who are ill and un able to care for themselves may be looked after. That there iB a demand for such an institution there can be no doubt, as will be attested by any of our many physi cians. The need arises largely from the great number of consumptives, many in needy circumstances, who yearly come to thiß city from tbe east. As stated be fore, there has been considerable talk of the need of an institution where euch invalids can be properly* taken care of, but up to the present time nothing prac tical has been done. A meeting, how ever, of ladies Interested in thie benevo lent work waa called this afternoon at the residence o'. Dr. *Black, on Wor cester avenue, for the purpose of awakening interest in the project. Although n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND ffVBEKK t.Y THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. lOSEEH 11. LTKCH. JAMES J. AYIBS. AYERB 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, «»3 awn *sa vrnat' dsvunu street. TELEPHONE lftO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIIR: Per Week 9 .20 Per Month GO BY MAIL (Is LUDINO Postaßs): Daily HKitAi.o.oue year «R 00 Da i.y JiEitAi.n, six months A 2o Daily ' i-ha. h, three month*. 2 2A Daily Hehm.h, otic month GO Werkly h sit a Li), one year 1 60 Weekly 11 1 .111 six month* 1 00 Weekly Herald, three mon ha 50 It.Lr»TaiTsi> Herald, per copy. ..... 20 Entered at tlie pnatofD.ee at Los Angeles aa gpcoud-claat mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The paper* of all delinquent mall Subscribers tolhei>Ai II Kit a|>wli be promptly discon tinued ht:reaft( r. No pnpera will ne rent to subscriber* by mall unless the same have been paid for ln advance, Tula rule 1. inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper A'l vertlslug agent, 21 Merchants' Kxohanre, Han Francisco, l> an authorized agent. This paper is kept un (lie lit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

THE PIRATES WALK THE PLANK. They Got Into Deep Water Yesterday. The Bold Stock ton Buccaneers Robbed of a Game. She Angels Defeat Them After They Had tho Game Won—The Angels Can Bat—Following Is the Tale of Woe. The Angels defeated the Stocktons yesterday, in the opening game of the series, by tbe score of 21 to 12. It was a curious exhibition of tbe national Bport. There were tbree phases to it. First, that the Angels were apt to win; then as if Duke Finn could pack it away in hiß gripsack, and finally that it was se cured to Mr. Lindley by an air-tight mort gage. The Angels batted the victory out of positive defeat and fooled everybody, including themselves, and not to speak of Mr. Harper. The Stocktons bad grad ually been adding runs to their credit, N three at a time, until when the seventh inning opened tbey found themselves rive runs in the lead. But in some in f conceivable manner the Angelic batters caught on to prepossessing Mr. Har per and batted him all over the field in ...

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

6 I IKE ADYHRTIBING. • Tlie most direct method of reaching llio I »""w"w""akm J "wm SSSS •WWWW A \ N N N T » W WWW A A Kti N T g WWWW AA NNN T s WWWW A A N N N T hSSR ftf WW AA AA IS N N T WW WW A AM Kg r 5 W WA AN N N f W W A A S NN T SSSS lv through the classified nd colnmnn of T»* Hikai.p. It Is cheap, brings quick relnrns, ' anil places the advertiser in direct commuulca -1 tion with tltose he wishes to reach. i 000 1. A fi SS„ eSS- tl KP'UI FEE Dl>l> , 0 h A A RS. HSu II VV II IU II 1> 0 CI. AA \_■ Li iHi fl ' " " bOCLLI.LA 1%8 M S8 8 Iff II KKKDDD A I>Dl> L KJtJsTTTT S SK« AA DDL Jt T v " A A » II 1. KB T M6 g AAA D D I. X I M S A A DDD 1,1.1,1, KRB 1 N BB B Jnsertedin thecolomneOf Tint llEiuirnt I 0 CENTS I'EB LINK PER I>AY. : • fjn.no PER LINK PER MONTH. : ; Special rates for a longer period. : \ •' Persons wanting situations, he lp, or wishing, to rent, huy or sell property, wtll do well to ad- Vt'ltl'- ln Thk IIKRA1.I). OFFICIAL CITY P.VPEII. . i ' ' i' '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

KENTUCKY'S GREAT FESTAL DAY. The Derby Won by Lookout, a Hon of Troubadour. Thirty Thousand People Witnessed the Great Eventj ■*lutns Was Second Under trio Wire, and Bonndless Third—The Day Wag Perfect, and tho Track la fctood Shape. By th"! Associated Press. ■ Louisvii.' k. Ky., May 10. — Thirty thousand people saw the Kentucky Derby of 1898 won by Lookout, the fleet Son of Troubadour, at Oburchill Downs this afternoon. A finer day never smiled upon the Derby, which, to Ke/itucky, is the greatest festival on the calendar. The attendance waß one of the largest in the hißtory of the jockey club, and al most rivalled the crowd in attendance at the famous Tenbroeck-Molly McCarthy race of years ago. Long before noon the big coarse waß black with people. Men who went broke in the pool rooms had a chance to see the Derby, for Louisville's track is open to the public on Derby day. There 10,000 people in the free field today. They were on foot, in bag gies, carts, wagons, carriages and stre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather llurean. Report of oh«ervalions lakon st I/is Angeles, Hey 10, 1803 Inin | Rar. 0a m. 20 01 ,i p in. :ci 53 04 S OS I 75 W 1 0 Maximum temperaturo, 71. Minimum temperature, 52. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: warmer; north to west winds. A diatiuctshock of earthquake was felt in this city at 4 :10 p. m. yesterday. Coeur de Lion commandery will confer the order of the Temple this evening. All Kniuht Templare are courteously in vited to to attend. Copies of the new plumbing ordinance can be had nt the Hkrai.p office. This is of the greatest importance to all con tractors, builders and mechanics. Mr. Charlea F. Lnmmip, who has jnat returned from Pern, will address the Friday Vforning chit) tomorrow at 10 a in., on The Front Door of Pern. On thie occasion the club will lie open to visitors. Five new dwelling houses are in the course of erection ou the wept fide ol Pearl street, opposite Tenth The foun dation biicks are on the ground nnd the lower Btory o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. lift fell New Haven Sexton's 3 ' Rheumatic Experience. Sexton Jndd, of tho ftorth Church, ln New Itavon, Conn., Is ns well known asthe church It self ; tho church being one of the most famous ecclesiastical landmarks of orthodoxy. Some time ago he had a severe tussle, not with ghosts, nor with tho powers of darkness, bnt with an enemy of tho human race, which singled him out for Its victim and laid him on his back tn grievous torture. Ills story is of personal interest to thonsands, aa ho told It to a friend who called on him In New Haven: "For a good rnauy years I bad been troubled with tho pains of neuralgia, particularly thoso whfch attack tho hip and thigh, ln the way of sciatica. At times they were severe, and then for some time I would havo almost nono. Bat abont two years ago I felt tho ectatlc attack coming on me etrongor than it liad ever como beforo. For four or flvo days the pains wonld strike me at intervals, Just as If to let mo know that a big at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

10 FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Talcing a Itap. Little maid Lncy Ie taking a nap. Ber knitting unheeded lire in her lap. » Uliichirvvaa pr«i comes ln at the door, Wtm right a-wtsy the ball on the floor. Boon ft fe rolling nrmind ln paww Soon It la pulled try tho sharp little claws. Blowly the candle burns townrd the wick- Better wako up, little maid, pretty quick! Or all your nice stitches, lt Booms pretty sham, Will luuro to 1)0 taken all over again. —Ch.rlßtlu.i> ut Work. a rnrit Uvys Never right. Yon never see boys of any class fight ln the streets of Paris. Tho boys of tho laboring* clauses play in the squares of their neighborhood ffnd in the ltW/0t», bnt it does not eeem-to bo ln thoir nature to exchange fisticuffs. The French aro certainly not a taxing rnco. They havo a natural aversion to having their flesh Trammeled, and if by ohance boys loso their instinct, of soil' preservation enough to como to blows they aro quickly mn<le to keep tho peace by older pasfioi-sby, who, sepnrar...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. I Stock Exchange Review. Nr.w York, May 10.—The stock market orked toward a decidedly lower range In ices again today. Rallies which occurred at itervals were of short duration and as tbe day :ew to a olose the bears became boldei and at cked both high and low priced shares with -eat vigor. In addition to the talk abont an nfavorable crop report the atreet was flooded »-lth minors concerning tho embarrassment of ' brokers' concerns hore and ln Philadelphia and the probable appointment of receivers for the Northern Pacific and Brie. None of these .•amors were verified, bat wero made to do service nevertheless. The close was feverish and unsettled. The greatest declines were: Rubber preferred .7 to 89, Robber common 8, Cordage preferred 10, Sugar preferred 3<i, Sugar common 2%. To bacco 4. Rock Island 2%, General Electric 7, dlssouri Pacific 3, Northern Pacific preferred )%; Pullman 7, Omaha 3. Western Union 2U. At the close National Cordage rocovored 4, and the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 May 1893

12 (St** — I FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. i How Some New Varieties May §c Be Obtained. git*— The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck 2Er Farmers in the East. ggs>^ —■ jyjn . i .-. , . ~.„_. , w „—..,...., r „ , „ i,,,. , .., ~„ By special arrangement with some of the leading seed houses of the world, The] also been largely experimented with at the various state agricultural fairs throughout the Hkrald is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results, •a*— mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These* seeds are to t t -1 - .i • U tt#tii- "a j 1 £r recommended by gardeners of lonj experience as the very best varieties of the plants Long-Standing Lettuce.—ln shape this variety resembles the White Seeded W. named known. The market value of the prodncts from them will, of course be heater Giant Com P a T n y s but it head 9 much better and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; CONTINUED WARMER, AC ACCOnPANIED BY WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 31. OUR LINE OF DOUBLE. BREASTED SACK SUITS IN FANCY WORSTEDS & CHEVIOTS IS ELEGANT. THE MAKE AND STYLE OF OUR CLOTHING EQUAL CUSTOM GOODS. STRICTIY ONE PRICE TO ALL MULLEN, BLUETT 31 CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. lVlain St. We have positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to the wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANGE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. BROS, if You Wish To See oometmng Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show you the many beautiful furnishings in our eeveral departments—such as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FDRNITDRE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

2 i|ency it was not thought beat to try to get outside aid to tide trie bank over, co it waa deolded to suspend. Tbe bank has available assets of over $200,000, in addition to the money tied up in the Chemical bank. ' The orDoers say the bank's business is in enoh shape as to be readily settled up. There are funds on hand to pay 16 per cent to depositors, and paper can be easily realized on, so there need be little delay in getting tbe balance. _ The bank was the depository for a numbet oi building associations. THE SIOUX UITY PANIC. Liabilities anil UMI nt* the. Bunk-rapt JDOfioerne, fyopx Otvr, la., May 11.— R. H. Hub bard of the assigned Union Loan and Trust company, the Hedges Trust com pany and T. D. Hedges today filed esti mates of the valne of the aaaets sched uled In the three assignments. The \Tnion I/>an and Trust company's assets arS places at $1,351,574, as against the original estimate of $1,408,030. The company'! liabilities are placed at »7,(K10,00o. The assets of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. An Interesting Budget of News from the Crotvn of the Valley. Pasadena, May 11.—The entertain ment given by the Athletic club, last evening, at its club rooms, on Eaymond avenue, was well attended, and the events of the evening mnch enjoyed. A busineps meeting was held previous to the entertainment, at which it was de cided to allow (tridents of Throop Poly technic the privilege of usini? the club, room lor training purposes daring May and June, on payment of the regular monthly dues. Four new members were received and a number suspended for non payment of dues. The athletic exercises began with some clever tnmbling by MeBsrs. Bell, Willis, Allen and Prince, followed by ex cellent bar work by the seme est, with the addition of Oollingwood, who did the giant swing with apparent ease. A set-to wit,h the gloves by Allen aud Prince, and another by Cates and Ool lingwood were well contested and much enjoyed by" the spectators. H. K. Hertel favored the audi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

LOSANGELESHERALD DAILY AND HKKKI.I. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joura D. lysch. James J. Aysns. AYERB 6c LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, f*fl AND »»B WENT aCCON* STBKKT. TELEPHONE 196. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: ~" PerWeok • 20 Per Month 80 BY M*ul- tIXCMIDINO I'OSTAOS;: Daily Hkeald, one year.. $9 00 Daily Herald, six months 4 28 liaily Herald, tliree moi.ths 2 29 Daily Herald, one month HO Weekly Herald, one year 1 SO Weekly Herald, tlx mouths 1 00 Weekly Herald, three mouths DO Illustrated Herald per copy 20 Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers tn the Daily Herald will ue promptly discon tinued nernaftoi. No papers will Le sent to subscribers by mall unfoss the same hsv<- been paid for In advance. This rule is InlleiibiH. I, P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Wcrenants' Kzehauge. Han Francisco, Is nu authorized agent. This paper is kept on file in his office The Heealo la sold at tho Occ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

IT IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Santa Monica Wharf Dedicated to Commerce. A Gala Day Yesterday at the City By the Sea. Ihe School Children Conduct the Celebration and Deok Everything and Everybody With Flowers. Yesterday the formal opening of that great pile of wood, iron and stone, which extends 4700 feet out into mother ocean at Santa Monica was formerly dedicated , to the use of Queen Commerce by the floral offerings of the school children of public schools of the City by the Sea. A peculiarly fitting one it seems to your correspondent, for many of their joyous hearts and eager optics will witness the | mighty commerce that will make tbe mammoth wharf their central point. Many of them, will participate in its ac titity. The sight was a particularly pleasing one and would have gladdened the heart of Collie P. Huntington, whose brain conceived the mighty project which the engineers of tbe Southern Pa cific and the workmen of the Thompson Bridge company have made a vital and living reality...

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

6 ADVBKTIbIMO. • Tho nnt direr* method ot reaching the : public end natlug known root Wi J W A UN, ■ ITTTT TOSS W W A i| ,1 f W * thtmifb (ho claastfied e«l columns or Tiib <fl«m.A.i.n. tf 1* ehoap, brings quick neturns tnd i>ldce« tho advertiser In direst coinmflulo» tlrm with tfiuno he wtahes to re«ch. port a f**H9n ■■!:'";, a a i!" l j> I J2 KHI "| rl g hß s ALI LJL * o Inserted In ilie columns 01. Tin II sh «i ■ n» : f> CKKT* I'KH%LINB I'KH, HAY. • #1 IHI PKK UNI PKU MONTI. ; Bbeclnl rates for a longer porlud. t* VtsWOM wantingsituations, help, or wishing tti rant, lm* o* »*U prefer t>, will uu in ! I to ad verttae tn ins Hntavn, uiJU.'UI. CITY PAPER. . • ■ . r—-~= Minirr*. HUrTW HV* TKlt AS "TA MA l J!B CAN UK <•»• t»ti)i»l at tie billowing tilncos prlng •ltd S»-eritid, Klraleull Bprlu*, Juiiclion Tl I Iple and Sprltis, ttrm\ ol Uerniiiulii saloon. Mittll It. slur sign liidliwiae OMr address, <11H jicllevuc ?!,■»., Don't fw ImjMimd ujmiii l.y lmltstora. m* ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

AMONG THE STATE BUILDINGS. * of Theni at the Chicago Fuir, itb.P Many Attractions Noted in the Kansas Exhibit. Ouster's Horse Comanche—California's Citrus Fahll.lt Kscsls Any Previ ous Display—The Nebraska Building. Bp3f:I*l norrcnpondeoco to the Hcn«.u>.] Chkm«u, May 7.—The past three days have been bright, beautiful dnys for the visitors at the exposition. A little cooler than at the opening, but no rain. Fri day there were over 25,000 people on the grounds, and almost a third more on Saturday. The finiohing touches are be, ing put on in all the buildings. We •tarted .out yosterday to make a thor ough inspection of the different state buildings aud their exhibits. We fully intended to visit them all; but, ale ., bow oan one leave such attractive work: as the diiferent states are putting in their buildings. 'We were so thoroughly interested In the Kansas building that over an hour slipped away ere we had gone haif through it. Ao we entered the main en trance the large exhibit of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Reportofob.orvatious taken at Los Angeles, May 11, 1W3: Imo. U« 0* m 30.i 9 p m. 29.1 67 69 111'ffllW d 67 I W Maximum temperature, 70. Minimum temperature, 57. Balntall tor past 24 hours, trace. Forecast lor Southern California: Fair weather; continued warmer; westerly winds. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets, May 11, 1893, for Mrs. Julia I nullum nnd Capt. N. C. Kilby. The Los Angeles wheelmen httve al ready begun to display the preliminary circulars of their third annual road race to Santa Monica, which takes place ou July 4th. A marriage license waa issued yester day to John 11. Dolhen, aged 63, n na tive of Kngland, and Kliasbetli B. Stur gis, aged 48, a native of lowa, both resi dents of Los Angeles. Theodore Thomas says " Remenyi plays for both critics and people." lie is master of his instrument; it sings, sighs and weeps ; it all but talks tinder his master hand. Hear Remenyi at Unity chutr...

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