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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. . Don't Scold mt j about washing powders. If you )r .. >||sF (feel like it, it's because you haven't fjgotrthe right kind. Get Pearline, «C\ Pland see the difference. Pearline S y 'lias been imitated — but // *^t* fn«ver been equalled. I// Hi Inhere are all kinds of imi- \ JjFfll >' l \f' / M tations; powders that save fl yS llllk work, but ruin clothes; . ' powders that don't hurt, *»yv, ,\ f\ //M\\ iand don't help you ; pow- >««»« N 7V J JWv/J 1 v «ders that are cheap to begin /ffir W with, but dear enough in the end. / .''Try them all for yourself, if you v )won't take our word for it. But don't get them mixed up in 'your mind with Pearline. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this Is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, and . VSf .T5 n if y°" T B rocer s £ n<is v °u something in place of Pearline, be honest—. f, &>CtCxV send it back. 819 JAMES PYLE, New York. THE AUCTIONEER SAYS ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

10 FROM THE MOUNTAINS TWO POETB WHO DRAW INSPIRA TION FROM LOFTY HE-IGHTS. iThey View I.lfo as It Is Seen In the Boekles, and Write About Mm It~ho Are Types of Western Character —A Strange Heglect of Nature's Charms. I The poets of the mountains aro not yet ■lassiiied In tho United Statce, as were Whose ot the lako school in England, the highland hards of Scotland or other local singers. At first view it would teem very romarkuble that nmid tho ■rlorious soencry of tlio Rooky tnoun tains the poets sliould treat of nun rather than nature, yet it is :i fact Ih.it to the poetesses rather than to (ho poets do we owe tho finest touches on nature's gnblitnity. Miss Sarah Carmichael (later Mrs. Williamson), tho Holt Lake poetess, VtTote of the mountains and thegrea, ■alt sea near her homo In linctt t i v ild and wonderful beauty, its in her poem called "The Origin of Gold" she told how — The Fallen One lookerLnn the enrth nnd sure.red, "1 can guess," aaid he, "why <io,l Is feared." Tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Kxehange Review. New York., May 15—Tho stock market opeuedundera cloud, owing to the depressed condition of the London market, bank failure* in Australia, embarrasimert of mercantile and banking concerns In tbis oouniry and talk about hoavy exports of god. Prices declined lharply and there was heavy pressure to sell. Ralliesoccarred at intervals, but the market failed to hold'the advanae and the recoveries only served to make the bears more aggressive, wheu the delivery honr came and no failures had been announced, the shorts took alarm yud started to cover. About the same time it I' was reported that those interested in the nat ional Cordage company have appointed a com mutes to arrange a plan of re-organiz ttlon, and the finances of the concern upon investga tlon Were found to bo tn much better condition than had been supposed. Cordage common thereupon rose s?i to 10, and preferred jumped 10 po'.nte to 49e. The remainder of the list showed advances on tho ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 May 1893

12 | FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. J I; How Some New Varieties May i % Be Obtained. 1 The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck 3 Farmers in the East. S3' ' —<a» <f'*" ' > i—^3 |U» v. „ .... 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 ZZS g£ ; HERALDjs 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 to t t -l. v.l isru:*, a aa —21 fc recommended by gardeners of long experience as the very best varieties of the plants r - f Lone-Standing EETTucE.-In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded- named known. The market value'of the promts from them will, of course, be greater Giant Company s lettuce, bdt it heads much better and the leaves and more . ~«>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. POR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH- ! ERN CALIFORNIA-. ¥AIR WBATH- ; ER; STATIONARY TEMPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. Tv 1 r - rt* ti kttjkt VOL. XL. NO. 36. NOTHING LIKE Mullen, Bluett & Co. 1 s Tailor* Made Clothing IT FITS CORRECTLY. IT IS MADE RIGHT. IT IS IN POPULAR STYLES. IT IS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. ONE PRICE TO ALL MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 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 To See 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 onr several departments—Buch as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very flnegooda, medium goods, and very low priced goods. i '* LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. HBI.D IM MECH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

2 officials assert that of 110.000 Chinese now in the United States, probably a third have come into the country illegal ly ; that the Six Companies persistently encouraged the violation of the law by furnishing transportation from China to this country to Chinamen, supplying them with fraudulent certificates on their arrival and taking collateral from them when they landed in the United States for moneys advanced for their passage. In fact, the Six Companies, it is asserted, have practically mortgages npon the labor of thousands of Chinese for years to come, and if they be now deported in accordance with the decision ol the supreme court, the Six Companies will lose hundreds of thousands of dol lars advanced by them to Chinese im migrants. Secretary Gresham wae seen this morning, bnt declined to dincose tbe natter, stating there was nothing new and nothing to talk about. No action concerning the exclusion law irom a diplomatic standpoint has yet been taken by the state department. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

I N SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. T 10 Ooim«!l Considers the ravins; Ques tion— The Mountain Railway. PASiDns.v, May Hi.— Tne members of the city council mot. In the pity hill this afternoon in aljWned session tor the purpose of hearing what thj citizens' committee hsd to aay upon the pnvlng rnatjrlal and specifications matter. M.;s«ra Fish and Wooster of the citizens' com mittee wore on hand, an l Trustees Cox, C larke and McCuUlng Mr. Fish read a set of speclScatlm which,he said, wero going to be adopted by the Los An geles council this afternoon. These spuclfl ja'iou called for a cement ba=e wl th either au asphalt or bltumiuoas rock sur face. Considerable other evldenae lv favor of bi tuminous rock was introduced, reports beiug read from officials In various eastern cities where ihit n aterial has been used. After oooslJorable discussion, the city engf» neer was instructed to draw up a new set of specifications in which the follow'ng Impor tant .-li uig..»s shall be mada from th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AWD WIKKI.V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. ay res. AVERS Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, •S3 AND 221Y W KMT SKCONB BTRIb'T. TELEPHONE 15«. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: ' For Week * .80 Per Month 80 WY M AIL (Irrri.uniN.-. I'ostagb): Daily Dnuw, one year «B 00 Daily Rkaalo, six months 4 28 Daily Hi.. north* 2 26 Daily 11 xkald. ouc month SO Wkski.y llskai,i>, one ytar 1 80 Wkkki.y Herald, six months 1 OU Wkkki.y hxbald, threo months 80 li.lvstkatcd llehalp', per copy 90 Entered at the postofftce at Los Angelea as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of nil delliiq lent mall Subset IttaM Ui Ihe Daily Hbbals wilt nn promptly rllscon tinned hereafter. No papers will be m*ui to subscribers by null un *•* the same havi- bee» paid for In advance. This role In laflextb a L P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent,Sl Merchanta' Ktchange, San Francisco, Ii an authorized agent. Ihla paper la kept nn file In his office TnR ll ran.i> ls sold at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

THAT HEAD-WORKS PROPERTY. 1 Vote to Indorse Its Purchase by the City Council. another Outlay of $30,000 to Be Made for That Purpose. Another Berwer Inspector Appointed by the Council —A Committee Appoint ed to Investigate Charges Against McLain. J.he city council met yesterday morn ing at 10 o'clock, President Teed in the chair. The unfinished business of the pre ceding day was taken up. Mr. Teed, calling Mr. Nickell to the chair, moved that Elliott Rank be appointed an in spector on the outfall sewer. The mo tion p|ased by a unanimous vote. THE CITY AUDITOR made the following report upon the eity'e finances: Cash fund, $20,244.66; salary fund, $18,100.65; Ore department, $6,268,29. The balances on these fundi after the close of business ou Saturday laßt were: cash fund $19 087; salary fund $17,704; 'fire department $4,710. The common school fnnd ia overdrawn to the extent of $13 530.11. MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS. The following motions were intro duced and adopted: By Mr. Innes —To es...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

6 BPBCIAT. NOTIOKS. T rt >TETS~TF.XAS TAMALEB CAN BE ell- II tamed si ths lollowing places: Mtd'Second, First and spnnt.', junction 1 inple and Spring, front of Gcnnauis saloon, "I- ti st- Our sign indicates our M'l-lress, 1118 H<-llevue avenue. Don't be lmiioned ulmn by Imitators. Buy tho genuine article at the above locations. We nre the originators oi the genuine 'l- xus tamalesin la>s Angeles- 12-14 t.m ■VTOTK E -THE I.os7\NGELESi l 1 v tt Mi 1: Il company will strictly enforce the follow Ing rule: Tne hours for sprinkling arc between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m, and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m„ For a violation of the above ri gubitbe tin' water will be shut off and a fine of is-j -t ill be charged before the water will bo turned .11 again. 8-17 ll SPECIAL TEACHERSmTxcU -b >- To clll eago and points east, over Denver and Rio Grand.-nml Rock l-dniel route, in. »ent of A, Phillips A-( 0., Slay 21'iib, 311 th and June 3d. office. Ills's. spillN>; si 517 15t •Cement sidi.u mi . bab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock JT: v h » Review. Wew York, May 16—Tho stock market fa* extremely erratic early In the day and a« a rule tower prices were touched, but declines were less Important thsn of late. Fresh busi ness trouble on this side and the failure of the CIIS of Melbourne bank In Australia were used to depress the list, bat the bears failed to dis lodge any considerable amount of siock, and prompt rallies occurred after each attack The fsct that no troubles developed on the stock ex th.iugn her© inspired the bears with courage, and they gave the market batter support. Ship ments of gold tomorrow will be $1,000,000, which ls smaller than expected. D'lrlng tho afternoon prices niado steady advance. Belief that the affairs of National Cordage are in bet ter shape than bad been looked lor, and that Distilling and Cattlo Feeding company will suc ceed In getting out of trouble, helped along the upward m< vement. National Cordage pre ferred on smalt transactions jumped 12 point...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 May 1893

8 BRIEFS. Weather Berean. Reportof obiervatlons taken at Los Angeles, U»y 10. 1S1I3: Tim«. ft oo a.m. 5 00 p m. I Bar. I o I 50 I ea MsXlmun temperature, 71. Minimum temperature, 54. Forecast for Southern California I Fair weather; -warmer; stationary temperature; westerly winds. The Southern California State Sunday School association will hold a Snnday school institute in the First M. E. church on June oth nnd 7th. The HiKAt i) is requested to state that tbe son of Mrs. Mariana Grijalva, wbo met wilai mob. a shocking death at the Macy atreet railroad crossing is some where in California, Arizona or New Mexico, in the hope that the nen a of ber death may reach him. His name ie Francisco Lamarqua. Coroner Cates held an inquest yester day on the body of Mrs. Maiii.ua < Irijal va, tbe old lady who was killed Monday by a Santa Fe train. The jury returned a verdict of accidental death, end exon erated the railroad employes from blnme, It being proved that the llagman on duty at the cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH CRN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEMPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. fOL. XL. NO. 37. NOTHING LIKE Mullen, Bluett & Co. s Tailor-Made Clothing ** FITS CORRECTLY. M? IS MADE RIGHT. IT IS IN POPULAR STYLES. IT *S SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. ONE PRICE TO ALL. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 S. Main St. We liave positively decided to GIVE UP OUR RETAIL BUSINESS, to confine ourselves entirely to the wholesale trade. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT (MM SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. If You Wish To See Something Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows a This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns show yon the many beautiful furnishings in our 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. HBXU IN MECHANICS' PAVIUON, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

2 predict ft stage of Water here of from 20 to 26 feet tomorrow. This will inundate tie low landi and Hood the house* and mills lining the ba.iks of the river. Only ■one life la reported lost to far, hut the damage to property will retch hnndredi of thousands of dollars. At Titnsville the entire lower portion of the city is Inundated by several feet of water. The Titnsville iron works, five oil refineries and many manufactur ing establishments, hundreds ol houses Md other buildings are under water. All traits on the Western New York and Pennsylvania road are stalled litre. Oil creek is very high tonight, and higher water is anticipated before morn ing. At Leadville the water is two feet higher than ever known before. AH trains are abandoned between Youngtton, 0., and Oorry, Pa., and the water it still slowly rising. The same condition exiiti at many places north, and nearly all the way to the Allegheny river on the tooth. Vftllonift for the first time in its histo ry is ssvertl feet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The Reel Kmato Market Very Lively—* Uood Si c: Pasadkna, May 17.-ln spile of the hegira to the big show at Cbicaao, the coming summer promises to be an exceedingly lively one in Pasadena, for while the eastern cxodua will ai ftct trade to some extent the building and Im provement Inmn wlli continue It* mcrtyr way. To any doubting Thomas who may bu skeptical of the bona fide raoveiunut and advance lv real estate in tills city, the best answer would ba the repr+rt oi sales for the two w*eks eudincr May 13th, a* published by (he " ; or, will ;b amour) to the nea ilguto of ijUM.O'J&n'i, covering 7I» transactions, rangiug from if'-liiO to $10,000, and all Ibis on a rapidly advancing market. Their advance has le I to t-onie confusion ou the part of the real estate men' as to what prices piopvfv is held a l , owing to tho owners' making n iai«c without notifying them, aa a constqmince, and lv mauy cases au Injustice Is done In this manner, au at-ent got...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

4 10S ANGELES HERALD IMIIf AND WKKKI.V. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, tost-ra D. Lynch. Ja«ks J. Aygks. AVERS 66 LYNCH, Prill USHERS. ■S3 AMD WKNT *►.« <»M» STKEBT. TELEPHONE 180. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. »V CARItIEE: Per Week ■ .20 P«r Month 80 BY MAIL (Ihclcdiho PosTAoej: lm, y Hkaai.d, one year $8 00 Daily Hkrami. six month" * ** Daily Hrhali>, three mo»ths ii Bl> Daily 11 rh a i.ii, one month HO Waist.V M«KAi.r>, one year ISO WtBKI.Y HSIIALO, six ujnnth. 1 Oil Wrski.y Hr.aAi.i-. three months. 00 Illdstkatid Hkiiai.ii, per copy. 30 Entered at the postofneo at Los Angeles as second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers Of all duUn-iui-nt nm 11 suiiserlbers to ili- in i i Hsxai.d will he promptly illsuon tlnned hereafter. No pap-rs will be soul lo ■uhacrlhera l»r mall un'OSS the sain, have been paid for In advance. This rue Is Inllcxlhie. L P. Fliher, newspaper advertising agent,* 1 Msri'hauta' Kti-liaug-, Han Franc.m-o, la an adlhorlrrd agent, 'ihls i-aper la kept on (He ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

PEGLEG IS A BLOOMING LIAR. His Mine Proved a Myth by Returned Prospectors. Ex-Sheriff Aguirre and a Party Re tarn from a Fruitless Search. #111 or Peg-leg's Old Landmarks roc and the Place Where the Mine Ought to Be, bat No Gold Was to Be Found There. If the historical Pegleg mine had ever existed, Ed. Melius and his companion) would probably have found it, but Mr. Melius says there never was such a mine and states moreover that tbe ima ginative Mr. Pegleg was a blamed old liar. Ex-Deputy Sheriff Mellue, who has bo rudely torn away the veil of romance which has surrounded the lost El Dora do for over 30 years, has.been a crank on the subject since he was 16, 18 yean ago. Just 10 years back ' made hia first search for lost gold, taking the Hidden Spt aB hie object point. According to i* able information this hidden spring » in the locality of the mine and v necessary on account of the lack ol wm in the deaort. With the aid of an I dian, who was informed that Melius eras bunting mount...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

6 SP-OIAI, NOTICES. U Lsl'A N BirTlTl- XI tallied in tin- (ollowlng places: Spring and Second, First a no i , i m , jnnet ~,n Tempi* and Spring, front of Germiuii'i saloon, Main st- Our sign indicates "in address, bis Bellevue avende. Don't be Inn • ! upon by Imitator*, Bin Ihe genuine article at the above locatlona Wcarethe orlglnalm' oi tbo genuine Texas taniabs In Los Angeles- 12-11 6M rjnilE PUBLIC AUK HEREBY CAUTIONED L against Ihe purchase of any Block ol the Old Mission Land and Watcl Co mini the name of Edward L. Doben\, tln me buy- Ing isson iinwarruniably torn froui the stock book when it was held In es, J. F. TURNER, President. Los Angeles, May 17,1893. it OTIC 10--Til E LOS ANGELES I 'l l V W VTFR company will strictly •nlmei Hi" following rule; The hours (or sprinkling an between 8 and 8 o'clock a. m. »tul (I and 8 o'clock p irk I'or a violation of liie above ri illation the water will be shut off and a line oi ,f2 will be charged before the water will be turned on agai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

A VERITABLE GAME OF SEE-SAW The Angels and Daddies Dally with Each Other. And Incidentally with the National Pastime. The Game Has the Best of It, and the Angels Have the Best of the Score — How tbe Game Was Played. Tbe natieHfoaetitne waa out against all comers yCTterday alternoon at Ath letic park, and 18 lußty athletes wrestled with it in turn and by twoß and threes. The game was in excellent condition, and would every now and thon take a fall out oi a player that could be heard two blocks away. But tbe latter always came up einiliog and ready for another tattle. The occasion of all this was the opea ing game of baseball of the last home series of the local club, and Henry Har ris's aggregation of native sons, other wiae called a collection of old favorites. There was another new face among the visitors. It was Riley, who holds down tbe third bag with both feet, and legs elightly bowed, lie is a very good play er, hits a slow ball with much force and precision, and rune baaes lik...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report olobierv.iWv»u»4ek«n at Lo] Angolas, Hay 17, 1S03: 50 [Vol fi 9 :00 a. m < 00 p. ID. I Maximum temperature, 78. Minimum temperature, 52. Foreoaat tor Southern California: Fair (ruathor; stationary trmperatuie; westerly winds. Undelivered telegrams at tho Western Union telegraph office; corner of Court tnd Main streets. May 17, 18!»3, for It B, Stanton, Dr. Schahtarn, Frank Petit, J. J, Uornian. Three volumes of tho census report* (vere received at the chamber of com merce yesterday. One of them ia de toted to the national indebtedness, In ;luding debt, wealth and taxation. An other ib on the mineral industry, while fhe third is given up to statistics of pop ulation. The works are printed well snd are on good paper. The binding is to black cloth and ia inferior to tbe get op of the other parts of the publica tion. The Klyaian club, which holds its meetings semi-monthly, met Tuesday night at Mrs. Conk's residence on Col- Mrga street. The main topic o...

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