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

IS OPENED FOR BUSINESS. The San Mateo Discharges a Cargo of 4450 Tons It the New Santa Monica Dock, All in "Black Diamonds." Excursion of the Chamber of Commerce Yesterday Afternoon — A Lovely Day and a Pleasant Trip for All Visiting Oaests. Up in Mendocino county there is a little place called Cnffey's Cove, where there is a gallows frame erected on a rock, under which vessels drop in to get their loads of grain, redwood posts and potatoes. An old chap who lives a short distance from there was seated on his front porch one night about 9 o'clock, when a man came along in a wagon with two boys and drawn by two old, rickety mules. "Say, boss, ia this Coffey's Cove?" he asked. "It am, that's what it am," said the man on the porch. "Well, how far is it from here to the wharf?" "The which?" "No, not the which, the wharf." "Wal, stranger, I bey lived here for sixteen years, right in this yer cove— and it haint wharfed any till yet." If that honest old granger bad seen Santa Monica yesterd...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

6 ADVBKTISINC. | rhe moai dlreot method of reaching tho • ; public and making known your ; : 1 W W W A N TTTTT SSRS W WW W AA I» N N T SB W TV W W A A X N N I' 8 .V WW W A A N N N T S „ yWWW A A N N N T SSSS SWWW AAA A N TJB T WW WW A AN N N T „ g * W A AN Ml T S. X Of W A AN NN T KISS la through the rlasslfled ad columns of Tut; Haa*LP. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser lv din el communica tion w illi those he wishes to n neh. 000 L A .88,-RS. II EPF II FEE ODD ULul AA !1 P:ke!)d«T A 1)1)1) L BRITTTT .88 -aad" !■ \ rascrted In the column! Ol Tim II kiiai.k at i' B CENTS PER LINE PER DA Y. ! ; #1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. : Special rules for « longer period. : Persons wauling situations, help, or wishing lo rent, buy or sell property, will do well lo ad vertise in Tut H Kit a i.v. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OROROB HOTIORS. CHURI-ll " (Et'lHi OTAUpIioR. Adams und Figuctna streets. Celebration ol the Holy Eucharist til « a. m.; rntiiß service and sermnn at 11; Sunday...

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

HENRY MORGAN AND HIS ORGAN Ho Blocks Spring Street and Nearly Canses a Riot. Tho Police. Attempt, to Keep the Thor- oughfare Open. A Street Preacher With More Enthusiasm Than Sense—An Exciting Episode Last Night at the Central Police Station. There came near being a riot last evening at the polioe station. For fully 15 minutes, at about 8:30 o'clock, there was the largest crowd in front of the po lice headquarters that has been there for Borne years. It was a howling, hoot ing, cheering and enthusiastic con course. The police officers who hap pened to be at the station at the time succeeded in handling the crowd with out trouble and only one man was ar rested. The whole difficulty was cnuaed by an Itinerant minister of the gospel who meant all right, but was very bull beaded and careleßS of tho rights of other -itizens. Ever since February last the Rev. Henry Morgan has been holding street meetings on Spring street, between First and Second. Rain or shine, Morgan was always on hand ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of o'ltervaUoas tak*n nt Lox Angels*, May 13, 1803: tarn 29.HI) 57 I p m. |2'.».'J0| ol »4 78 8 ("loiidr 4 i(, Miicly Maximum temperature, 110. Mliilmnni temperature, AO. Rainfall !• "I iKiilr'j .00. Kalnfall for leason, 211 2». Forecast for Bonthern California: F*lr westhor. except occasional llsht rsln on tho extreme von liweNtern coast, warmer by Hun tley night; westerly winds. Company C, Seventh regiment, N. ti. 0., will give a military ball at the Ar mory OH Friday evening. Undelivered telegrams at tho Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main r-treets, May L8, 1808, for Mrs. V. A. Whitman, M. 8. Jones and J. C. Jordan. Mr. William B, Dunning is a commer cial man of great experience and abil ity, who has been connected with a clothing firm of this citv for some time. He has resigned his position however, to take a place as manager of th" Chicago Clothing company, which under Ins ad ministrative care will doubtless find its business...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 16. OUT ON THE RANCHES Heretofore Central and Northern California have had a monopoly of the business of shipping fresh decid uous fruits to the eastern markets, and the business np there has grown to Immense proportions, while tbe returns have been very satisfactory, last year the various kinds of peaches, pears, apricots, grapes, etc., averaging the producers prices ranging from $20 to $80 per ton. It has been very generally believed I tbat Southern California could not ship its fresh fruits to the east successfully, and no effort has been put forth to that end, but it is now claimed by tboee whose judgment is entitled to respect that our fruits will ship even better than those from the northern portion of the state, and that tbe only reason that we have not gone into the business on a large scale, is the fact that we have not been supplied with refrigerator cars in which to make shipments. It is claimed now that these cars are being supplied in abundance, and t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

10 CALIFORNIA STORIES. OLD DAYS OF 1849 DECALLCD DV A MAN WHO WAS ON HAND. A Tedious Sail Aronnd Cap* liorn—Oat llluk V. it 1. Wind and Tide In the- S'raltr of Magolißa-The Mysterious Itoj. oi U id, den Gold Dolt. It was ono night lact week and ou board the Fall River steamer in tho grtmp of chance acquamtunei a rinolfing and chatting amidships. The Bum with gray Hair and fino wrinklos around hia eyes wns trafkiirv. 'lt'lß.aimarhi of almont 4/1 Tears," ho was earing, "since tho old brig Robert laid her cowav botwoon hero and Dettver toil in tho Sarrrtembwr of 1640. Onboard her wo.ro-a lot of iw Fall Rtver men who wero going out to California to I ho c mines. TUaro woro ono or two ineidi nts following that nt«rt tbat aro woi-th Ull- ing. "Our wabbly, cranky old craft worked down tothoHtTeitaof Mngotlon, and then we worr>*o'dnyß moro In theatraitß. Tho old eqonro bowed brig—on awful t low Baiktr—wiaild irpmud canvas at daylight and mii nil day in tho etrnlta aad iui'nor at night ab...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. W«w Yor*, Msy IS.—The stock market was extremely, weak daring the greater part ot the eeselon. Ramon ol heavy go'.d exports dnring the coming week, dispatches that the outlook for Crops was more discouraging than ever and bank failures out west, all combined to depress prices tfie bears uniting violent at tacks upon loading shares To assist opera tions they gay* wide currency to rumors affect ing the credit of prominent houias. the attack culminating with the story tb.it H. B. Holllu* A Co. had failed, as a matter oi feet, the Srm In question at tho ttBio the story was pus out ■est an omphalic, denial to the prjsldentel the •took exchange and st < tod th»y were tully pw p»red to meet avery obligation. The result was a rsliv in final dealings of 1 >*>7i psr neit, the lstterln rloc« Island, which tola up from OS to fi!)?v The previous decline was equal to '/,{# 6« per cent, and on the way down there were cousUurebls liquidations. Shor...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

12 COMBINED FOR DEFENSE, NOT WAR Important Meeting of the Riv erside Orange Growers. Outline of a Policy That All Localities Should Adopt. The Evil of Consignments to B« Broken Up—Growers IMnst (lot a Fair Share of tho Fronts. The Finn. Yesterday, at, Riverside, a mass meet ing of orange growers was held to con eider tbe prevailing conditions. The committee on organization of the Riverside fruit exchange consists of the following gentlemen: A. If. Naftzger, president First Na tional hank and grower; M. J. Oaniels, preaident Orange Growers' bank anil grower; R. O. Evans, jr., president Riverside Ranking company and grower ; George Frost, preaident Riverside Water company and grower; 1). W. Mcleod, grower; T. It. R. Ohainblin, grower; J. , B.Crawford,growor; .(.Harrison Wright, grower; R. W. Meacham, grower; 11. A. Weatbrook, grriwer. At tho meeting yesterday the abov committee filed the following address: In pnrrmance of the instructions.of the public meeting held on the L':M ult., w...

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

HOW LANDS ARE IRRIGATED. An Article from the Versatile T. S. Van Dyke of San Diego. Ye Treats of Irrigation as Seen in Southern California. The Water Supply, Method! or Irriga tion, aad the Results—Why the Section Is Prosperous and Growing. Tne following interesting ertiole np on Irrigation in Southern California ap peared in the May 4th,issue of the New York Independent. It is by the talent ed T. S. Van Dyke of San Diego, who has devoted much intelligent study to the subject of which he treats: It ie a common impression that irri gation is a wretched substitute for rain, that if one will ineiet on living in a desert, one may worry out an existence by irrigating. But the skillful irrigator will tell you that rain is only a spbeti tute for irrigation, and a very poor one at that. Irrigation means control of the water, putting it on just when, needed and in the quantities needed. Its necessity generally implies control of the sunshine also; for H is only in the lands supposed to be al...

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

14 AMONG THE AUTHORS |nv i,. naiiYMKR.] Macmlllan & Co. have juat published a small volume by William Winter en titled, George William Curtis, a eulogy delivered before the people of Ktaten island at the Caetleton, St. George, Feb ruary 24, 1892. It is a book as full of reminiscences as Mr. Winter's Shadows of the Stage, aa'full of reepect and loy alty aa hie .-hukepearo'ii Knglaud, and ac full of tbe sweetness of poetry aa hia Wanderera. Mr. Winter's tribute tothe memory of hie life long friend ie not a taak done perlunetorily. Manifestly hia heart inspired tbe worda that he spoke. The verdict of the future respecting Curtis' rank aa an author, as a man of lettera, and a citizen can liardly be made up without reference to this tiny vol ume. For it embodies Irom tbe expert ence and observation of a clear-sighted contemporary a summary of tl it moral and intellectual forces that envii a Curtis from his youth up. Itrbowethat a thorough-going biography il I In 1 would mean a histor...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

I FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. I i How Some New Varieties May I & Be Obtained. ! 1 ■ ■ i I . ■ ■ ■»■'» ... . . .IH.il !, .11 ■ 'll M" 'I' Ml A . ■■ I m The Gift of the Herald to Its "Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck Farmers in the East. =8 By special arrangement witli some of the leading seed houses of the world, The] also been largely experimented with at the various state agricultural fairs throughouttfthe ZL\m 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 T „ _ y . • * „i-. _ .-. o„j j ~m9 ~Z recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants nu Lettuce.' In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded named known. The market value of the products from them will™ course, be g?e£er Giant lettu <*« but 11 heads iT r T„ than the common Varieties now...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 May 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT A large audience laat night enjoyed The County Kair at tbe l.os Angelas the ater aB given by Neil Burgess. Ihe horae race finale is something never equalled as a realistic stage elFeot. The play will be given this and tomorrow evenings. No one who enjoys a thor oughly good play, well performed, and a horae race which equals any thoy nan sea on a track, can Milord to miss The County Fair. The concort given by Remenzl ln"t evening, at Unity church, was a tfraud success, artistically and in point ol at tendance. I. W. Marahbank and Min nie Methol earn; a duet from Traviata, the initial number, and were denorvedly encored. Mr. Marahbank has n power ful voice, Well under control, »ud |uire In its highest notes. Mine Methol baa a swoet voice, and sings not only prettily but artistically. Hhe is very graceful and pleasing, and was frequently en cored. She ia a Bulo'ist of rare artistic abilities. Mile. Florence Sago, pianist, showed great adaptability, nnd accompanied...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

QUEEN OP THE CONTEST. nRS. H. fTKAY OF THI3 CITY PROBABLY WINS THE HERALD'S ROUND-TRIP TICKET TO THE WORLD'S FAIR AT CHICAGO. VOL. XL. NO. 34. OUR LINE OF DOUBLE. BREASTED SACK SUITS IN FANCY WORSTEDS & CHEVIOTS IS ELEGANT. THE MAKE AND STYLE OF OUR CLOTHING EQUAL CUSTOM GOODS. STRICTIYOM PEICE TO ALL MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 14=2 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. MEYBERG if You Wish 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 onr several departments—such as yon cannot see 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) F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

2 SULKY AND SADDLE GOSSIP. Borne Talk About the Chicago Derby Prospects. The Chances of Some California Horses for That Birr Event. Toarnainant and Bit Oiitlnoh--A Bale or |om. Portland Stock -Tlneup Hoeorria—The Latest New Tark Team. Tbe Louisville Derby, on tbe memor able Day's, owned by the Churchill family for 70 years, was run last Wed nesday,and won by I,ookont,a son o' the gallant Troubador, who won the moat aeneational Suburban ever won by aay horse, if we except that won by Salva ' tor In which the white-legged eon nl Prince Charlie carried the heaviest : weight (127 pounds) ever carried to vic tory In the gala day of Coney B land. | Lookout belongs to the newly-organized Minnesota farm of Gushing <<t Ortb, and i teems to have won all the way along just as bia father won tbo Suburban. \ That good and useful colt BondleßS was second, and a rather poor one Bt that. There were only all starters, and the | (Telegraphed report of the race would hidicate it to have been a r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. <Ttie Hlectrlo Roail-The Last Call on the raving Fight. Pasadrna, May 14.—That Pasadena and Los Angeles are to be connected by an electric road is an assnred fact, and that the Consolidated Electric company of Los Angeles will build it is another fact established beyond, peradventure A gentleman who is on tbe inside track on this el9otfio road business in eonver sation with a H«rali> reporter yester day said: "The people of Pasadena can rest as sured that their electric road Will b completed and in actual operation In Bide of six months." "Furthermore the company IS unde contract to have their electric cars in operation over the Painter lines before January 1, '94 " It has been rumored for some time tlfat tbe consolidated company had ob tained control of the Painter or North Pasadena lines, but for some reason the Interested parties have denied the re port. From the above, however, it wonh seem that there cduld be no donbt bu tttat the eleCtrio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WMKXY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPHR. Jomph D. Lym-hT Jam tf J. Ayeks. AVERS &l LYNCH, prjßUtQMffe, «2» AND *2S WIC*T SKOONB HTBEKT. TELETHON* 188. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATBS. ST CARRIER: ~" Per W«k ■ - Q JJ Per Mvrjth , no BY M A L ftRCLODIim FOStASB)! Daily it one year *8 00 Daily HKUAI.O, (Is months * Daily Hkrai.ii, three nao< tbs 2 In Daily Hkbald, one inanth JH» Wrski.y Hkkald, one year 10" Wkkki.y Hkimi.u six mmths I O■ Wkkki.y Hkkai.i:. three months j|w IlLi)i-TB»TKD HPt>ti.n per copy »0 Entered at tho posloftlcß Rt Lol Angeles aa Second olaKI mall ina'ter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thepnpors of all delinquent mall subscribers ■fc tit DAILY Hkkald will oe promptly discon tinued hereafter, no papers will he sent to subscribers hy mall un c's the same been paid for In advance This rule Is iHflexlb c ti P. Either, newspaper advertiAioa agent,f 1 MercDantV Kschange, Sau Kranc.no, Is mi authorised agent, llil paper Is kept on die In hlsurtlce Thk llr*ALt>la s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

TWO FINE GAMES OF BASEBALL The Angels Take the First Game Handily. And Down the Pirates for the Fifth Consecutive Time. In tha Second Game the Angels Made One Krror That Lost the Game, ot Thay Mlsjht Have Won Ont. The patronß of baseball at Athletic Park yesterday afternoon certainly got their moneys worth, for they witnessed two complete games of ball, and saw al most everything that usually happens on the diamond. It is true there were no home runs made, nor was there a triple play or balk made, but aside from that the record seems to be complete. The first game was called promptly at 1 o'clock, with Nicor and Harper as tbe opposing pitchers. Up to the sixth in ning Harper bad a long way the best of it, as he held his opponents down to four lonesome hits, and had his support been perfect it would have been a shut out. Nicol, on the other hand, had dis pensed six hits, and a couple of errors behind bim had given the Pirates an enviable i€M. But the sixth and eighth innings put a di...

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

6 ADVEBt"""'. • Themnst direct mctln ''"'reaching tho public and making Known your * - * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SRBS W WW W A A MS N .n S 8 WW W W A A H N N X 2 WWWW AA N „ N T ' s _ ■WWWW A A N i M f K!,hß WWWW AA AA ISj T ww ww a a n n n I _ 2 w W A an |S t ■ h W W A A N NN 1 BBS*. In through the clnss'flcd ad columns of Tine Hkrai.i». It ill cheap, tiring* quick and plan's the iidicrflsrqr in direct . immnnicti.. tion «ttb thoiie be wishes to reach. §51 AH SI vh _ d I ceo Ua aW "ss 8 it i li* ■« o»» A PBD I. KrffiTT. T H VS H AA li l>l. It T s A A I) Pr. KM T Sf'S) AA \ II 01, V. T S. ~S a ADHD Euxna t ■* Inserted iii the eolumni Ol TR* llE.'tAt.nnl • 5 CENTS PER USE I'Elt TtkX. 9—oo PEE LIKE FEB. MONTH. •*. • rtpcclnl rntcs for a longer prriod. * * Pcrfnnn wanting situation*, bel.n, or wishing to rent, buy "r sell property will do well to ad- Vcrtlhc In The IIEnAMi. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. sI'KCIAI, MilKi.s. , HU TK*AB TAMAI KM C W V.t. OB tained at the following pit i ■ Spring end ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

CATTLE IN THE WEST. t WOW THE BIG CATTLE OWNERS' IN TERESTS ARE PROTECTED. An Old and Easy Thoujh Runfjcrona Way •r Getting o. Herd That Is Koyrely Fol lowed Nowadays—The Arrangement of Brands nnd the Roundup. It is a common matter of wonderment among eastern folk and others unfamil iar with tho great west and its ways how tho many hords of Cattle that roam ever tho immonso strotohog of nnfonced prairie and hill pasture aro kept track of by their rcspactivo owners, and haw a stockman can poososa himself of his wan dering property, assert his ownership and realizo on it when lie wishes to. Of c,ourso tho cowboys ridp tho ranges and endeavor to keep the herd" within the bounds of their employer's property, and thoy succeed in tho main. Bnt Whero pasture lots are 10 > pr / oven 30 or moro tnilea square aud nnfenced nat urally a good many cattle get astray, ' Wander ranges and mis-with Other hordß. Time was when a eouplo or moro ad venturous young men could start lifo in the west err...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Barean. loport of obiervatlona taken nt Lot Angelas, .ay 14, 1BB3: Time. j Bar. kOO a m |20.0l >,00 p in. ,2:».:C! Ptkj 67* 03 88 71 fl i 1 7 Maximum temperatnre, 08. Minimum temperature, 60. Poreoaat for Bonthorn Callfomtai Fair woather; warmer; westerly winds. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court •nd Main Btreets, May 13, 1803, for A. Manina, Mra. Bailie E. Reddin, Sophia Jacobson, Btewart tk Grant, Alga Greenwald. F. B. Antrim died at 12:30 yesterday morning, at 834 Washington street, after a protracted illness. Mr. Antrim is the brother-in-law of Charles Jenkins of the Hollenbeck hotel, nnd leaves many Borrowing friends in this city. A "Jack the grabber" is list orbing the peace of the Alpine school district. A tall man with a dark-gray moustache grabbed a 13,-year-old girl on I he cornei of Rosa* and Bellevne streets Friday evening, and agalnon the corner of Phil adelphia and Bellevne Btreetß. The matter has been repor...

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