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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TQ 12. Don't Scold about washing powders, If you )jf Teel like it, it's because you haven't )*f got the right kind. Get Pearline, C\ + and see the difference. Pearline S y has been imitated — but / never been equalled. . I l// Ik There are all kinds of imi- \JT fli > 'II W / tt\ tations; powders that save 11 y S fffnL Work, but ruin clothes ; // l/Jlu^S. powders that don't hurt, »y \ f-% /yjjm \|\ and don't help you ; pow- — mv/J I IP ders that are cheap to begin /jv' W with, but dear enough in the end. s^*^t^=^^ Try them all for yourself, if you Won't take our word for it. But don't get them mixed up In your mind with Pearline. Cam A Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yon " this is as good as "or WJCIILI "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, and {f T~> _ | if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline, be honest— * l JjclCK send it he*. 3 1» lAMBS PVLB, New York. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE LANDS! 20,000 Acres in Su...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 May 1893

10 SHAMEFUL IF TRUE. *3b* Wflrtrramra Chrlsflasi Tesnrreraneo TJ-nl.es Charged With Maintaining n Sweat Shop. Before the Woman's temple was eTect ed tbe offices at the org&uiaa&on wr iocatedin the Mercuutile building, Hid 108 La SttUe strn t. Every one s •rainpecl for spnee, but a chancre promised whtsn the temple waa c pleted. Finally the laat stone ha<l b laid, and tbo grand edifice to woman's la bors was complete. All the offices were at once given quarters in tho structure and many of the departmeiits. But no one thought of granting tlmpoorvictijns who aro dying by inchee iv tho sweut' r ■hop a new letiso of lifo by a chaiiK" cruftrtera, nnd to thia day there has bt no step tajron looking toward succor I thorn. In the basement of tbo old V cantile building among coils of etc; plpo and hugß crntrsi of worthleH.s pa; i Is a filthy little room about 13 by 13 feet The cuiliug Is hardly ac irtuny feet m Stored from tne foul map ilmg Hoor, aud tbe place is indeed a veritabl...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stuck Exchange Review. Naw You, M»y 11.—The stock market opened greatly depressed oil receipt at lower quotations lor securities Irom London conte quent upon advance of Bank of England rate of discount from 3 to 3K per cent. The latter stiffened rates of exchange hcte and lad to talk about gold shipments. Near as can be ascer tained there will bo no shipment this week un less •xcbanr.o moves up still more tomorrow, but report has it that gold will go out next week. The failure of the Columbja National b»nk of Chicago and of a small bank tn Indian apolis, aa well as a banking and brokerage con cern in Wilmington. Del, assisted the bears. The market moved up aud down frequently bat declines brought In iWieral gtuying orders, and left quotations higher aftir each attack. Kiuat changes were within a fraction of the highest prices attalued. Government bonds dosed better. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Haw Tobk, May 11.—Money on caU'eaay; eloaed ofterHilit 2«$4 percent. Prime mercan...

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

12 | FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. | I " How Some New Varieties May 1 E • # Be Obtained. 1 The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck ttz Farmers in the East. 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 Herald is able to give each of itsjtash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. — mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are T o T _ ~ * , £ 0 , , g~ recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants Long-Standing Lettuce.—ln shape this variety resembles the White Seeded named known. The market value of the products from them will, of course be greater Giant Com P an y s lettuce, but it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more than the common varieties now used. It is probably the bes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

SUNDAY'S HERALD^ * I Will contain the BUY it I : latest telegraphic read it i i 1 news ,rom ever y •; nook and corner of # * the world. VOL. XL. NO. 32. OUR LINE OF DOUBLE. BREASTED SACK SUITS IN FANCY WORSTEDS & tHEVIOTS IS ELEGAIIT^ THE MAKE AND STYLE OF OUR CLOTHING EQUAL CUSTOM GOODS. .STRICTLY ONE PRICE TO ALL. MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SF'RING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. We have positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to tlie wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. If You Wish , Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ub show yon the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—such aa yon cannot ccc elsewhere. We have vary 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 FR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

2 GROVER WILL GO A FISHING. Callers at the White Houce Diminishing. The President Beninnin? to Feel Time Drag ou His Hands. A Bhock la Htoro for tbs Ultra Civil Borvln, Ksfnrmers — Tha Admin istration Ualllotlna (letting * a (loud Heady On. By tho Assnflatfil Press.] Washington, May 12.—The president had an unusually light day today, four representatives forming the sum total of the callers up to the time for tho as sembling of the cabinet. There are re ports that the president contemplates a fishing trip in the near future. There is a growing indication that the extreme civil service reformers who are bow beginning to be disturbed by some dismissals and appointments that are being made, will have a great deal more to think about in the course of time. While many Democratic statesmen who at this time are devoting their attention to the question of appointments, are worried because the ax does not fall a few more times to the hour, there ia an impression, general enough to indicate, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Tha Baptist Young reonle'i MaWa*] Local Happonlng*. Pasadbna, May 12.—the Young Peo ple's Ghristian Endeavor society of the Baptist church held a sooial at the home of Miss Brown on East Colorado street last evening. The programme consisted of musical and literary, selections, well arranged, which were thoroughly enjoyed by the yonng people present. Miss Brown rendered a selection npon the piano in a pleasing manner, follow ing which Mr. Schnisder sang. Mr. Charles Sweet of Los Angeles gsve sev eral selections on the piano, while Mr. Willard of the same city delighted his hearers with a number of pieces upon the harmonica and the zither, playing them together. A reading in German by Professor Alderman oi Throop Polythecnic was much enjoyed. Games followed the programme, and the evening passed very pleasantly until • late hour. a TiiuMDKB snowaa. Pasadena was treated to a genuine •astern thunderstorm this evening, the train coming down at a lively rat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

LOS ANGELES HtfRALD DAILY AMI* WWBKI.V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER JosxrH D. Lynch. Jam** J. Ayiks. AVERS St LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, tn Aifj> ass watri ski.onss htbef.t. TBLKI'HONE ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATE^ BY CARRIER: ' Per Wees: * SO Per Month 80 BY MAIL (lm LODXjru Postaob)! Daily Hkbai.o, one year ffl 00 Ijaily 'li. ■ i sis mouths 4 2B Daily 11 ibald, three month* 2 2f> Daily llami.i., one month 80 Wbbki.y llsiui.n, one year 1 60 Wkhm y Hbiialo, six niniitlm 1 Ot> Wrbkly Hkhai.il three sttontbs OO Illubtii »tbii Hkrald per ropy. SO Entered at tIi•• poslofllce at l.os Anrolos aa ■econd class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent inallsni.fifirlbers ta the DAILY rfBRALS will ue prompts .Huron tlnued I after. No papers will l>« sent tn subscribers by mall un'ess the sunt, have been paid for lv advance Till* rule Is I (flexible, L P. FJ*her, newspaper adrrrtuLUK SKont, 21 Merchant*' Kschaniri'. had Francisco, Is an authorised agent, 'lliis papor Is kept on file ...

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

TO BE A FRANCISCAN COLLEGE. The Re-Dedication Yesterday of San Lais Rey Mission. Interesting- Ceremonies Which Were Observed at the Old Chnrcta. A Large Number or Attendants—l Objector the College—The Found lug and History of the Old K.lllloe. Saw Luis Rey Mission, May 12.—The ceremonies of dedicating a college of the Franciscan order and installing the priests and novices were held in tbe old San Luis Rey mission churoh building . today. On last Wednesday the priests and novices arrived at {he mission, ac companied by Father Gaadalonpe de J. Alva, commissary and superior of the missions of Mexico, and Father Angel Tiscaveno of the commission of instal ttion. Tbe priests are: Fathers Am- braise Malabebar, P. Ocequeda and B. de J. Martinez. The novices are: F. J. de 1b Has, Manuel Bijo and Andres Guerrero. Three altar boys accompanied tbe party. The reverend fathers and the students ar rived from the City of Mexico on last Tuesday evening, and were met at Los Angeles by the Bey. Fath...

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

6 T INK AUV BItTISING. U • Tlte most direct method of reschlnc the I public aud luaklng known your ' : W W TT A Ml J TTTTT HKSS W WW W A A NN N T 8 ■ W \T W Vf A A M" « T 8 W TV W W A A X It F T S WWWW A A N N If T BSSS WW WW AAA A N N N T WW WW A AN N N f „ 8 W W A A N NN 'I' 8 8 JT W A A N NN T RSBS ,'S Uirongh the classified ad columns of Titß Hmai.p. II Is cheap, bring* .(nick returns, and places the advertiser In direct communica tion with those be wishes to reach. 0001, A 11 FIHI KRBPDTJ 00l aa 5 k 11 r It I 1> > O I. A A H B,S U M HH„ II VV II I E I) D ocl aaa v 2k 2he " on 000 LU.I.A A S.S HS fl E 11 I' ISB HDD A DDD 1 KESfTIT gSSj, aa d him I S„„ A A 1) If Ii »B I SS B t K \ niiii El id.KEg I Inserted In llicci luinnsof Tin: II Kir MR at ; 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : $1.00 PER LINE PER MON I'll. : ; Ipecia) rales for a longer period. : Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to sent, buy ot sell property, will do mil to ad vertise tn TBI HwuLn. official crry Pape...

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

THE PROCESSION STILL MOVES A.ntl the Angels Keep in the Front Rank. They Take the Third Game from the Pirates. A. Model Exhibition of the National Pastime—KfTectlTo Work In the Box Kesps the Hitting at a Mil.lleum. The prettiest game of baseball so far this reason was played at Athletic park yesterday afternoon. It wsb almost an old-faebioned pitchers contest, with nothing for the infieldera"to do but stand still and eooup up the ball and throw it Ito first, or the outfielders to pull in the fly ballß. And indeed that was more 'nenrly the case than in any of the past games. Both Btrrchers and Harper pitched a magnificent game, with the percentage a little in favor of the for nter. Borchers only allowed one man to walk to first on him, and kept the hits so werll scattered that only onoe did two oi tliem come together. On the other hand Harper allowed three of his ex ponents to walk down the path, and one of them ambled the circuit before the pide was retired. Fielding errors were sca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Lot Angelas, May 12, 1893: Imo. I Bar. Da m. |«!).UO ) p m. |2t».HH; 67 02 IH'mjWdlVol 91 NW R Clear. Mt ! W | ft L'tralo Maximum temperature 73. Minimum temperature, S7. Rainfall for past 24 hours, trace. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. May 12, 1893, for ID. E White, W. H. Button, Walter L. Frazier, M. B. Miller. Tbe Temple Street Improvement asso ciation held its weekly meeting at 808 Temple elreet last night. A plan was outlined for general aggressive wnfk be fore the council next Monday a* 2 p. ro. The pennant for the la crosse cham pionship of Southern California has been received by the local club, and ie dis plnyed in the secretary's office at the Athletic club. The flag is ol light blue silk, with lettering in canary embroid ery. The team winning three games out of five is entitled to holil tbe flag. The l/os Angeles men have already won two out of three ga...

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

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE LANDS! 20,000 Acres in Subdivisions. RANCHO LAS POSAS, Ventura County, California. THE US POSAS LAND AND WATER COMPANY Will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at public auction, at the Hneneme Pub lic Hall, in the Town of Hueneme, Ventura County. California, beginning on TUESDAY, THE 16TH DAY OF MAY, 1893, and continuing the sale from day today, but not longer than three days thereafter, all of the unsold lands of the Company, consisting of Subdivisions of the Rancho Las Posas, ranging in area from three acres to fifteen hundred acres each and embracing some of the Finest Lands in Ventura County And now under good cultivation; well supplied with roads, schools, water and telephone lines; distant five to eight miles from Saticoy, the nearest railroad station, and from nine to sixteen miles from Hueneme, the prfncipal seaport. Each tract has apportioned to it stock in a corporation holding the water rights and pipe line system, by whi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

10 FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Jimmy a Prisoner of War. tn 19SW the dervisheg from Khartoum tnade a desperate effort to drive the BjfybtimiH from their advanced post at Wftdy Haifa. Under tho leadership of the famous Wad Nejnmi, the great gen eral of the dervishes who defeated Hicks Pasha nnd was the military advisor of the mahdi, a vnst mob of dervishes, with their wives, children and camp follow- Va, advanced along the Kilo vnlloy to- Ward Wftdy Half*. Thoy met by the Kgyptrtnn trorrps, led by English ofll eets, nt TobM, and after a UN fi/fht wore utterly dofonted, Wad Nejnmi wns killed in tho dwijwrnto charge mndo by hi* mm, nnd a tfroat number of his follower* wi!Tt> also shot down. Among the prisoners wore Abdullah Nojumi, tho Infmit sot) of thn general, and his nurse The child was taken to Cairo, where ho wag placed nnden- the charge of tho Bnftrisfi nurses In thn govcrnmont hos idtal ns n kind of »tuto prigonnr. Tlie Snglish solcrri'rs gave him thn mime of Jimmy, this being ns near ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New Yob*., .Jd.y la.-Tha stock market was far less active today. The temper of spoo u.atlan was extremely variabls, the bears hay- Inn advantage ot the adltlonal bank failures In the welt, embarrassment of a number of bro kerage ooacerns iu the London stock exeheng«i advance In sterling exchange and talk aboat resumption of gold exports. On these devel opments the market was raided at intervals, hut the pressure was fat less than of late. Prices opened pet cent higher than last uigtit, but subsequently Whisky dropped from 1«5 8 fc* in per coat; Great Northern preferred dropped (1, ltdlsou 2J£, and Western Union 1%. General electric yielded 'A:'g)l% per cent, Dur ing the afternoon there was a rally and the market closed steady. Government bonds closed steady. MONKY QUOTATIONS. Nkw Yobk May 12.—Monoy on call easy; closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—6@B per cent. Sterling exchange—Firm; bankers' 60-day bills, $4.H53M,85; i; de...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 May 1893

1 FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. % €>— . , i How Some New Varieties May i ; ; ; , e7 — m — ::3 % Be Obtained. % 4i>- —. — - • 1 1 1 ' ___.__■__«»——--—-■-—■____________________________— ——• -—■_ Maa __ aaaaM ______ —^(M The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck Eg Farmers in the East. -- s . ff" 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 -5" HERALD is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are Long-Standing Lettuce.—ln shape this variety resembles the White Seeded _5 : ~1 recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants Qiant Company's lettuce, but it heads much better and the leaves are firmer and more named known. The ...

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

OUR FAIR TICKET. REMEMBER THE COHPETITION POR THE HERALD'S WORLD'S PAIR TICKET CLOSES TONIGHT AT M O'CLOCK. VOL. XL. NO. 33. 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. CRYSTAL PALACE, 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 GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. BROS* if You Wish Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let us show yon the many beautiful furnishings in our several departments—such as you cannot see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FDRNITORE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. lIBLD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 18...

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

2 THE ABSORBING TURF TOPIC. What Animal Will Win the Brooklyn Handicap. Probable Starters in the Great Race Next Monday. Teaterday's Raeeg—The Fate or the Old OarOeld Park Trark Healed—Her yard Athletes Triumph Over Vale. By the Associated Pros*.] New York, May 13.—The absorbing questions among the followers of the turf as to what animal will win the Brooklyn handicap, will be decided next Monday afternoon at the Brooklyn Jockey clnb'a race track at Gravesend. A revised Hat of the startera and condi tions for the big race follows: Brooklyn handicap, for 3-year-olds and upwards, $500 each, half forfeit or $50 if declared; the club to add the amount necessary to make the valueof the stake about $25,000, of which the second horae shall receive $5000 and the third horse $2000; one nile and a quarter-Pick pocket, 103 poanda fG. Taylor); Eidelio, 108 (J. Lamley); Banquet, 123 (Harri son); Nomad, 110 (McDsrmotl); Race land, 110 (Lamley); Leonawell, 110 (Daggett); Charade, 105 (O. Sloane); ...

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

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Bspld Advancement In the Construction of the Mountain Railroad. Pasadena, May 13.—Rapid advance ment ia being made on the Pasadena Mountain railway, and it will only be a lew weeks before thia moßt unique, and in many waya moat remarkable, railroad will be in actual operation. The crank Bhaft ot the large engine at Mountain Junction power Htation waa forged by the celebrated Krupp gun worka at Eiasen, Germany, and is a su perior piece of workmanship. It will not coat as much to revolve thiß shaft for Bix months by the Lowe gaa system aa it will to fire off once the immense Krupp qua made at the same works and now on exhibition at the world's fair, which, it ia said, costs $1200 for each discharge. The large engine at the Mountain Junction power station waa teßted yeß terday, and ran to perfection. It was operated by gaa made at the new works located cloee by, which have a capacity of 5000 feet of gas per hour. The first electric freight car arrived a...

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

4 LOS ANGELKSIIERALI) DAILY AKI> WtSKU. (THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, lostfu 1). Lynch. Jams* 1. Aykrb. AY EL" R 3 So LYNCH, pnBLISHBRS, tSlt ANO 2'.T. WUHT IKCOSS BTBKKT. TKLRTHONK 180. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. tY CARKIKR: ' Per Week • -20 Per Month 80 BY M AiL (iNCLiioinn Postaqb): Daily Hsbald, one year *B 00 Daily Hkkai.o, aix months 1 '* Daily Hskai.d. three oo ths 2 25 Daily Hami.o, one month SO Wk<!kly Hihai.p, one year 1 60 Wrksi.y Hiti-.ALn, six months 1 OJ wsim.v rtKKA id, three months OO Illvstuitkd Hir.iUi per copy 80 Knteieil at the postoffice at Los Angeles «s tsoond class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers ot all delitto lent mall aurmrrthers EilheliAii.Y 4SBAM) will tje promptly dWeon nned hereafter. No pap»ra will !«■ m-ip. to ihacrtbers by mall uti c*-s the f-hiii' lour tie»Mi paid tor lv advanoo. Thia rulri is Inllexlb c L P. Fisher, newspaper advorni'liig agent,'il flerchsutr' Rirhange, Ssn KraneiMo, If* nn uthorized agent. lhia paper Is kept on ttle m his offic...

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