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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

WHAT A CHICAGO MAN THINKS. Of Various Things and Features of Tliis Part ot the State. A Great Country for Investors Bar ring a Few Little Freaks, Conthorn California Poasoesed of Advan tages ah-treri. by No other Portion or the Globo—The R»IIro»d Situation—The itaoks. A Hbbald reporter ran across Col. L. P. Crane, formerly of Chicago, in the corridor of tho Hollenheca! hotel yester day afternoon. After the usual greet ings the two sat down to enjoy the fra grance of their Havanas, and here are Some of tbe things the colonel ejacu lated at the scribe between puffs: •'I hear, colonel, you are here in the interest of some eastern capitalists, and have several barrels on hand to be tapped." "Well, yes, directly and indirectly, but I find some peculiar conditions in regard to the prices of property. They se-.-rn to be neither solid nor uniform. This want of stability creates an uncer tainty iv the minds of would-be pur caeers. For instance, a piece of ranch property in the immediate of L...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

6 j ink aiivirtikim;. * * • The moat direct method of reaching the • public and making known your ** * W W A NT» N TTTTT BBSS * WW W AA NN N T S S WWWW A A NNN T R W W W W A A N N N T s WWWW A A NNN T BSSS WWWW A A \ A NUN T WW WW A A N N N T S W W A AN N N T RB W W A A N NN T SBBH la through Ihe classified ad rultimna of Thk HaaAi.D. It is cheap, brlnrra quick n turnal and place* tin advents,t In dire I ciiiiiniiini"ii Hon with those he wishes to reach. 000 1. A kBS- H BS a II i'FFII gsMPOD 0 CI, AA 5 s 5 HII I II I n D 0 1, A A "88,. II lIII I I. I> " 0 CI. AAA „ , 211 F 11 V. D II OOC 1.L1.1.A A MS B.S 11 F II Fl'.l Dili) A 1)111) 1. F.lt.V. TTTT hB.S h AA 1> DI. V. T S ' S AAD 1> I. I F T ' SS M AAA 11 li I. a T ti 3 Ai DDI) I.l.l.blttK T "SB" Inserted in I lie columns of Till Hioiai.h at * * 6 CENTB PER LINE PER DAY. ; $1.00 PER (4MB PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. : * * Persona wauling situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell properly will ilo w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

wa« also mri-irkablo for the "triple ,ciown" gained by General Gordon (occ» a stable companion o' the much fancied Blanc Mange), viho achieved the vtlnr. ni' of two quoen'a p'atoi nnd a hurdle race—a record oerftrr-.anco. The tnrf stewards have tried to relievo tti« chronic starting difficulty by com petitive trials of the va»'ina candidates for the post of second or aasiatant starter, lor which, at present, the fav orite seems to he (Japtnin Ruttiedge, lato of the Royala, well known in the hunting field a u d bet v«rn flags. Mr. Linda had hia auocoasea, hut tlicy weie not quite bo nignal no recently in Eng land. Wo hear ho haa been altered by French spoilsman a vary large aum for Rd Prince 11., who reerns very likely to win tbe Auter.il cteeplech.iao. **. i !r. Edward Morris, of Peoria, I'll., has arrival from Liverpool on board tho steamildp Onph'o. 110 bna imnorted for atud pprposes tho following well bred and /oud-looking thoroughbred hers-*". EMllnehtncb, b. b., 1880, by (Jolli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observation! taken st Lot Angeles, May 30, 1*93: 60 114 KH'm|Wrt H.I NR 00 |l)W 1 9 5:01) n m ! 6.00 p. m. I: Maximum temperature, 74. Minimum temperature, 40, Foreoast tor Southern California: Fait weather; cooler; westerly winds, There will be an open air concert at Weatlake park this afternoon by the Douglaae military band. John Cowper waa booked yesterday at the receiving hospital for madical treat ment. Cowper waa aei iI" on the atreet, and fell, cutting hia head badly. Police Surgeon Bryant attended to tbe man'a injuries. -Main atreet property ownera will meet at tho chamber of commerce tomorrow efternoon at 1 o'clock, to com i ler an important project in rotation to tho im provement of Main and Sp'ing atreetb north of Firat. K. Kohn A (!0., Joaeph Meamer and V. Ponet called the meet ing. Seasonable hata are now in season, and they're In Desmond's stock in ail the lateat atylea. That's the magnet that'a drawing crowds of buyers to hia store a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. New Yon*, May 19,1893. 9 HENyoudressyour I little housemaid to [ match yourself aDd • your room, particu | larly the latter, you mereiy conform to present rules. It is the fashion to have tggt half-gtown girl as a constant attend ant on the boudoir. She is always gown- Ed in chintz or some other stiff wash goods. Her skirt is fall and plain, ex cept /or a row of tacks, and reaches only Just below the tops of her shoes. Tbe bodice is plain and cut ont about the neck and short at the sleeves to show a chemisette of spotless white, and under eleeves of tbe same. She also wears a 'little lace cap, with a bow to match the drees, and an apron of very fine white stuff, ran through with ribbons. The girl mast be of tbe quietest manners, and nothing in ber carriage or expres sion must emphasize tbe soubrette ef fect of her dressing. If yon are a blonde your little maid will dress in blue, ff you are a brunette she will wear pink and scarlet, or buff. It makes no differ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

10 THEATRICAL MATTERS OF NOTE •HEATER OF ARTS AND LETTERS. Tho Darren Results ofa "Stag's Flcvnflng/" Experiment—Tha Coghlaiia' Barlval of "Peg WoSJington"—The Young-eat Amer ican rinyrlsht—Other Chitchat. NEW Yobk, April Ufl,—The only real the atrical novelty in the city Ih another of tho numerous nilapuit ions of "lie Demi Monde." This particular version, which Is entitled "The Froth of Society," is the work of Mrs. Frank I.c .lie, who tfarns makes her debut ns n play wrlght. Thn piece has boon <m the road nnd is aaid to hive been very favorably received in the south. The principal roles are intrusted to Joseph llawnrt.lt ami Emily Kigl, two particularly competent actor*. In fact, it is my opinion that Miss Kigl's superiors in highly ciuo tlonul roles in the whole world cm be tountud on the Augurs of ona hoi I. ■M l Vi: FKOM "PEO WOFKINOTOJI." Mrs. Leslie explained to me some time ago that it was her desire to make the acts of the characters in her play aeom more logical than i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

NEWS FROM THE WINDY CITY. Wajor Ben Trnnian's Weekly Budget. Good results of the Puuchingrlof Chief Samuels. ft. Resume of What Is Being Dane In and About the World's fair Grounds—l.lst of the Exhibits. [Correspondence to the Heralp ] Chicago, May 13.—1t waß evident at the time the news was received of tho "Battle of Jackaon Park," that Major Truman knew what he was about when he took up "Unole John" Thorpe's fight and punched the imperious Ken tnokian, Chief Samuels. The Chicago papers now all record tbe elimination of Thorpe's division from Samuel's department, which waa or dered on the Ist of May by the director general and at once confirmed by the bureau of administration, and all con gratulate "Uncle John," who is now ac much a chief as Samuels, and who, as i toon as he received his omotal papers, appointed Truman ac his assistant chief In this connection, it may be stated that according to the Chicago press, the floricultural department was the only one tbat was in perfect rea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

11 ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND. Wry Promising Reports from the Vanderbilt District. \ Great Anionnt of Development and Prospecting doing Ou. The Wilrox Mlnee at Julian -Chlno'a 151 -IONSSBI Mine—Lower California WlKtlnars— I'.ilntera from the Needles. A correspondent of the San liernar fino Times-Index under date of May I2tli, writes as follows about the Van.' Kerbilt district: Sim h my hitter of April L'lth we have had a heavy acceaeion to our population, frhirh now tiumbera several hundred, (vhilst the town ol Vanderbilt Is build fog op rapidly, both in lumbar and can vas houses. Two hoisting works are on Ihe (round, belonging to tho SI. George toiiipeny people. A. <1. Ompbell ol I! In ti has a force of men outraged in finking two different shads on lbi |! mmeraiig, one of the locations on the (•reat lleatty vein. Several un mines lave recently been bonded by L I Ange -111 people, who are here represented by .'harlea Oau field and (ieora-e Hay, aleo iy Frank Wilkinson and olliers...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

AMONG THE AUTHORS [BY h. BEHYMER.] Charles E. Brown of Boston is no~' publishing Phillips Brooks' addressee, with an introduction by Rev. Julius H. Ward and etched portrait by W. H. W. Bieknell. Phillips Brooks never spoke on public occasions without saying some thing notable. Hislenten addresses at Trinity church were so good that people hung upon his lips for the simplest word that he uttered. When he went to New York to give addresses in the venerable old Trinity church at the head of Wall Btreet, it seemed as if the whole finan cial world was eager to crowd into that ancient edifice and hoar of its duties and havo pointed out its way to the kingdom of lieaven by tbiß greatest of modern evangeliete. Phillips Brooks had the rare faculty of never speaking nonsense; he never gußhed in religion; he always respected the inborn nobility of men and addressed himself to a sinner ac if he were a child of God. This accounts for the aliooet perfect accord which was at once established betwe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

14 OUT ON THE RANCHES "By arresting or removing trie little faults of hie children r.e soon as they Are Shown, the wise father prevents their attaining auch inveteracy as will not Submit to correction, but burnt cut im mediately with fr«Bh naiadeeds." The lame ia applicable to the orchard, Which needa some pruning. \Ve mean by this that all small shoots ought to be cut or pinched off when not needed to form a part of the treo. In Bhort, it is ftot advisable to prnne from a tree limbs of three or fonr jearß growth. It is leas labor to cut oil the branches while quite small, as it takes leas time. If yonr orchard has not been pruned for a few years, it should be done some time in June, ami Lereiifter the pruning should be done sloiik as the branches come out. Pruning large limbs Irom a treo is liable to cause rotting In that part of the tree. Wo have seen good results from cutting out moat, of the top of peach trees when they were dying. A tree 10 or 12 foet high, for instance, is cut...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

I FREE GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS. % i How Some New Varieties May i § Be Obtained. 1 *g , ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I iirirtliitiiki iniiiiiiiiaiiMiiii iii, i I, i in, iii ■ hum ii iiiii.iiii i ,n-» 1 The Gift of the Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck :3| J£r Farmers in the East. Ji ~E I , , . - 3 8*- B y special arrangement With sdme of the leading seed houses of the world, The] also been largely experimented with at the various state agricultural fairs throughout the tX— Herald is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only those who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. • 7| mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are Long-Standing Lettuce-In shape this variety resembles the White Seeded £ M Giant mucn better and tf leaves .re firmer and more $T than the common varieties now used. It I bes?pSlum Xr 'evef made *is very slow to run to seed and withstands the heat better than any other J on the Pacific...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 May 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT Any feeling of d : sappointing that waa caused by Mr. Richard Mansfield's fail ure to come up to the expectations as Arthur Dimmesdale on Friday night, was more than compensated lor by his most impressive portrayal of Baron (' vical last evening in s Parisian rom r , at tbe Grand Opera houße. A character stndy it wa« perfect, i tented with sn art that was co artlei not to obtrude itself. M ist men of tbe world bave met Baron Chovriala in real life and know them thoroughly; to such observors Mr. Mans field's work was a revelation of tbe ac tor's power such aa is eel bun offered ; but his work is so sincere, so finished in all details, detail, by the way, which are not permitted to detract from the gen eral effect, that the fanlt tinder must be at a loss, and tho opinion must be ex pressed that in this part Mr. Manßfleld Is a great actor, taking that adjective seriously and with the intention to con vey its fall meaning. Miss Cameron did very poorly as Rose Gueri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

MUST 0.0 THIRSTY. A HATTER FOR PHILANTHRO PIC TEMPERANCE PEOPLE TO CONSIDER. MUST ANdELBNOS QO DRY OR DRINK BEER ? VOL. XL.> NO. 41. [Sack Suits- J Frock Suits |Boys' Suits IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS ' AND NOBBY EFFECTS, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Are to Be Found in OUR Stock MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner 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. MEYBERG BROS. "PORCH and fffTl 3a+.tppG; Chairs. SS£J/]f\ Rockers, / -^^^^S^g® Hammocks, MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FDRNITDRE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. HELD i<* MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL S«f L SILVER MEDAL BPWI "^ w SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL *" 9T Aim3TIC ARRANG ™ a of " Four Medals Out of a Possible Four."' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

2 CLOSE OF Y. W. C. A. CONVENTION. Bereral Interesting Meetings Held Yesterday. Over $1300 Ploilired to. Assist the Association. Bright end Rloqsent Addresses neard by Large Audiences—The Speak ers Refer to the Import ance of the Work. After a session of three days, and ac companied by moet satisfactory ra tals!, the third annual convention of the Voting Women's Christian associa tion in ibis city was concluded last night with services at Immannel church. The association seems to have been Started under most favorable auspice*. A gratifying amount was raised yester day at both the morning and evening meetings. The sessions throughout the •ntire convention were Well Attended, and interest has been aroused among the young women of this section. The association "perns to be permanently «et tled*and will doubtless extend its influ ence. The attendance at all of the meetings' yesterday was unusually large. In tbt morning at 9.30 o'clock in the Y. M.C. Ai Hall, the first meeting of the da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. City Oonncll rroenosticntlone—Bobbed the lord. Pasadena, May 21.—Tomorrow after noon tbe city council will once more wrestle with the street paving specifications, probably for the last time, and it is to be hoped that a broad view ol the situation may be taken by the most honorable board and a set ol specifications passed that Will allow bids to be received for either asphaltum or bituminous rock as a covering for the cement foundation. By doing so ibere is no doubt but that they would be meeting the wishes of a largs majority of the Interested property owners and the community at large Which, for obvious reasons, dislike to see this paving business fall into the hands of a monopoly to the detriment of the pocket books ol the property owners Who will be called upon to meet the ex pense. As regards tbe cement base It Is abso lutely necessary in order to procure the best foundation that the specifica tions call for imported English Port land cement as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

4 LOSANGELES HERALD IMII.V ANI» WSBBI.V. fHE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. lOMtrtl D. I.YifCH. James J. Ayeks. AYERB St. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. «s *m> nun wsst sreoNß stbbkt. tilrphonk roe. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. »V CARRIER: »er We.'k $ .20 rer Month 80 u( MA I. (iMfLUDIIffU Postaos): I'Aii.Y Hit'tALD, one year f8 CO Daily Her aLI a mouths 4 '^S Daily Hkrm.ii, three <no ths I "n Daily lis. Al. one m inlh eO We-'Ki.y Hre.\Lt>, ono yesr 1 ftO Weekly kfaSALh sis m n'hs ....... 1 0 • Wars y II RHAt.n, thiec months. 60 Illc-tk .tbo hxrald per copy. SO Entered at tlie postoffloe st Lot Angeles as second rNssmdl ma ter ANNOUNCEMENTS, Tho pRpPM of a I Miflq not maiMnri*j"ri Ws to li" Daily Ikuai.u vyi' i > ptompl y dl.dOtt' tinned ht-r-Mfur. p»p rt wilt a leoc to ►> . t,M ■ 111" f by intfi an ' tha im n hav<- been puift (or tv H<lvtviiCß. TbU mid 1 s i rVxib a 1, P. Xl her, n» trap* per advtrtitlnfi tgent, 'Zl rtlt rchriutv' B«( h mff'-, .-au Franc mo, Ih nu ftuthniU rl agimt '.hi pape...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

MORE BASEBALL YOU NEVER SAW. The Angels and the Daddies in Mortal Combat. It Took an Extra Innlug; to Settle the Dispute. The Ball Knocked All Over the Lot, and Fielding That Had Frlnee on It a Foot Deep at Odd Times. The last game of league baseball that will be played in Los Angeles for three Weekß came off yesterday afternoon at Athletic park, and it ended the home series in such a blaze of glory and hard ball playing as haß Beldom been Been on anybody's diamond. Tbe wildest fliljht of the imagination could not call it a pitchers' battle at any stage of the game. For a while it looked as if Borchers was going to hold the game down to a small number of hits for his opponents, with more than enough passes to first base to offset it. And at many stages of tbe game it looked as though the Angels' arrors had irretrievably lost the day, •yen if they batted never so well. But with all these supposititious caßeß, it looked most of the time as if nobody could tell which side would win unt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

6 J IKE ADVKBTIftINO. • The most direct method of reaching the ; : public and making known your * * WWW A >!t H TTTTT SSSB W WW W A A ?. N N T S 8 W WNV W A A N N X T s NY WWW A A N X S T X v n \vw A A SHE T ssss WW WW A AAA N N N T WNV WW A A N N N T S W WA Ah Kit T 88 W W A A S NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of Tns llr.p.Ai.n. It is cheap, brings quick returns', •ud places the advertiser In direct communica tion with those he wishes to reach, POOL A K SS U K SS. 1' lli ll I I-K.1.P1) COL AA v fj II E II E P P OL A A K KSj "SS„ II IT II EE I) P O OL AAA a v v vII X 11 X P P 000 LLLLA A SS N HS S II E II IEE PDD A PPP I. X XV. TTTT cSSc AA P I". E T C A A P PI. ER T SS~ • AAA P 1) 1. X T _ 2 A A hup 1.1,1.1. BEE T Tl8 0 Inserted in the columns ol Tiir. Hfrai.p at j 5 CENTS PER LINE PER PAY. '. $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. , Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wnntlrar situations, help, or wishing In rent, buy or sell properly will do well lo ad vciilsc in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

DWARF AMERICANS. THE REMAINS OF A RACE OF LILLI PUTIANS UNEARTHED. I» Eastern Tennessee Haro TJoen Eound Graves and Skeletons of on Almost For gotten People—A Legend That Deals With the Mexican Axtoc*. ■ The Smithsonian institution has un dertaken a peculiar wor*!; in this locality. Those people of tho world who havo paid lengthy visits to that hilly country Known rw east Tennessee have always befcn impressed with tho sublimity and beauty of the mountains, tho simplicity and superstition of tho inliabitants and the general air of sleepy myßtoriousncss Surrounding everything. Ar,k one of theso people whoro they would most ex pect to find a face of dwarfs or giants and tho reply will bo, "In east Tonnes see." And recent developments seem to bear thorn cat, for in tho last few years the remains of people less than three feet in height have been discovered in tnS country. On tho eastern slope of one of tho pcak3 of tho Great Smoky mountains, whore the first, rays of tho morning sun stri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Wrsthsr Human. lt»nortof observations taken at Los Angeles, Mt.ytU 1S08: n Imo f> '10 ». ra V ') p m. liar. 00 81 Ifl W'd'Vol 87 Nit I 8 O'ear. 24 dW | * Clear. M.ixtnium tsmpcraturc, 82, Minimum temperature, 48. Indications. Fnie~st for Southern California: Fair wether; continued warm, north to westerly wind.. Dr. Thomson yesterday preached at Unity church orj the subject, Are tbe Jews Christians? It was a most inter esting discourse and was decided in the affirmative. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Uni t telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. May 21. 1898, for Mrs Delia Green, Mrs. O. F. McOul lough, Mrs. Beatrice Murphy, A. W. Livermore, Hobeon A Wilkereon. Nellie Lynch was arrested yesterday on a charge of battery. The woman occupies one of the cribs on Alameda Street. A short time ego she took of fense at a remark made by the notorious Mamie Andrews, and decorated that young woman with a couple of black eyes. A very enioyable serenade was ten dere...

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