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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

MR. GEORGE R. SHATTO'S DEATH. The Result of the Coroner's In quest Yesterday. The Jury Blame the Mojaye Train- Dispatcher. The Engineer or the Second Freight Tints) Su Mot Notified of the Pretence of the Flret Train. The Evidence Given. The Herald published the only com plete and accurate account of yesterday of the accident at Kavenna on the S. P. B. R., at which Mr. George B. Shatto was killed and six others injured. The news of the sad affair was received at one o'clock in the morning, yet all the details were accurately gathered and the public given full information about the mishap in the regular issue of tbe Herald. the inquest. Coroner Cates held an inquest yester day afternoon on the body of George R. Shatto, the well known capitalist of this city, who was killed Wedneßdhy night ln a railroad collison on the Southern Pacific railway. . Michael Grohan, the conductor of train 23, on which the deceased was kilted, stated that at the time of the accident he was registering in th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

6 J INK AOVEBTIBIMa. : Th* most dlrl-ct method ot renehlng the : public and making known your * ; * W W W A fl N TTTII KSRS W WWW A A NN N T R 8 WWWW AA NNK T S WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW AA NUN T SSSS WWWW AAA A NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 W WA A NNN T R 8 W W A A N NN T SSRB I* through th* ela*«lfl*d ad columns of TSI HrraLD. It Ii rhcßp, bring* quick returns! and plac*s the advertl«er In direct commiinlca Hon with those he wishes to reach. o°°ril: a a a » s *"f s *'!ir!!^i;" , i. 8L A A SR a n 88 a II PF II EX I' l> OL AAA a_J aZj B I " I D D OOD Lux A a sL*e *<(„,» n y n kkhddd AA f) lit ft I L 11 P OL t.T T H SBq AAA DPI. 8 r . v a Annn lixlhiir t Inserted Ie th* column* of Tun HMAU* at j 5 CENTS PER I.TNE PER DAY. Sl.OO PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Special rat** for a longer i-s-rlO'L * * P*r*oni wanting altnatlnn*, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do n ell to ad vertise In Twr IlKitAi.t). official city paper. ki'kuiai. notict 1. a ndTnvest l\ or*' Journal. Renorl*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Bxebnnge Review. Vbw Tobk, Jnne I.—The tendency of the jtofk market was upward ln the early trad ing, outside of ceneral Electric and Sugar. Subs' quentiy a marked change ln specula ire temper occurred, owing to the failure of the Plankinton bank of Milwaukee. Thia wai the most unfavorable inte ligenre of the day and •erved to inspire the bears wftu fresh courage and they hammered tbe maik -t with such vigor that they succeeded in dislodging eon Mderabie amounts of long stock. During the afternoon they were more successful In bear ing prices down all round. Qe-ieral Electric tell 8 points, Mew England :«•,. 1111 ois Central and Sugar 3, Missouri Psclflo 2%, Northern Pa cific preferred ihe general list yielded 31% per cent. The announcement that Presi dent Qreenhut invited bids for $1,0)0 000 whisky trust bond had only a slight Influence on the stock. There was an lmporrant recov ery at the close in General Electric The mar ket left off steady in tone. Govern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Human. Keportof obaorvatlons takou at Lot Angelea, fne t, 1B03: _ me B»r. iTIht. KU'mlW'd Vol I 9 a. m. 20 011 BH no NK o iciondr J p. in. Sti.Hil I W H |Clo«r Maiimum temperature, Minimum temperature, 64. IntlteHttoun. Forecast lor Southern California: Fair leather; stationary temperature; westerly rtuds. The attention of owners of dogs is lirected to tho notice oi annual dog tax lublished in another column. G. Dupny, a well known French resi lent of this city, died at Havre, France, in May 7th last. He was 86 years of kjt. The Chinese theater closed a few days Igo. It will soou be reope.iud under the oanagement of Ah Mow, who proinioea j i "velly heap big show." Apache Kid still hankers after the ' lusky maidens of the Han Carlos reser ration. On last Monday he appeared t ibont twelve miles out from tbe reserva iion and eloped with an Arizona Minne isha. Verily, tbe climate in that i teighborhood is regenerating. < L K. Hnodgrass, one of the eight men tor ■ hor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. AMONG AUTHORS [liV T,. HEIIYMKR.j Hough* tj, Mililin A 00. have just issued a new book of travel, entitled The Story of Malta, by Maturin M. Ballon. Perhaps tbe strongest recom mendation for faittiful books of travel lies in the fact that intelligent people consult the best maps while perusing them, and thus familiarize themselves with important facts in geography. Such books are especially advantageous to tbe young, too many of whom are in clined to neglect this all-important branch of education. Although Malta appears upon tbe map as a mere speck, on account oi its superficial area being comparatively so diminutive, yet the patient reader who is not already famil iar with its absorbing story, will find in this volume a new field of historic and romantic interest, exceeding that which pertains to any other of the numerous Mediterranean islands. In all his expe rience as a traveler, the author states, "he has failed to discover any locality of similar dimensio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

10 Nkw York, March 30. 1803. — EUAUDING the new sll ff°e ne d •kirtf), the pioneer wearers report an ( odd feel in | of roominess in them. No one haa yet ob jected to them as unclean. Yet every one raged about our late lovely, clinging train gowns, which we could hold np to safely, high above tbe soil, nnd above onr pretty skirt. But who dares try to hold np these skirts I If you do j you feel as If you ■ ware trying all by yourself to spread me main sneer, oi a yacht ln a high wind. Yon can't do it with one hand. With one hand you can gather only a little of tbe fullness into subjection. Yon mast grasp the skirl at each side, gather into eadh hand half the skirt and then lift straight up. You needn't think you oan do it the first trial. Be sides, bow about bundles, parasols, handkerchiefs, gloves and soon? How about stepping up the high steps of a street car, with never a hand loft to cling to the rail? You can't do it, and yet your dressmakor is making all your new gowns that way ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

DUAL PERSONALITY. RESIDUAL PHENOMENA OF THE MIND IN 6ANE PEOPLE. |H»la Feature of Complex Personality Ia Il«st Seen In the Case of a So Called Ab •etumlnded Business Man —Experiences { cf the Sleeping Mind. ' Evidence is not wanting to show that What we call personality is an extremely Complex thing, the sum of gnbsidiary per sonalities which now shift and change like the figures in a kaleidoscope, and again becoming sharply defined nnder •ome abnormal condition crystalliia into two or more distinct grourjs of elements, which alternately sleep and wake or even coexist. These complex elements piay be so unstable, the groups compos ing them constantly breaking np and forming new combinations, that the idea of multiple personality does not natural ly attach itself to them; it is only when they become stable, and especially when each exhibits a well defined conscious ness that we begin to think of such a thing. But besides the abnormal and diseased conditions w"hich cause such a separat...

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

12 ABOUT BALDWIN'S BANGTAILS. $ An Expert Describes a Recent Visit to Santa Aliita. all About the Noted Horses There and Fature Stake Winners. Th* Home of Grauateart anil a I>o*erlp tlon of the Great Borir—Some of tha Stallion* Now at the Kauch and Their Get. Mr. R. E. de B. Loper., the noted turfman of Australia, in the California Tnrf of S»n Krancisco gives the follow ing interesting latter about Banta Anita and Baldwin's horses: Never having eeen any account of the Ranta Anita thoroughbreds, arid know- ing that many good ones have been bred there, I thought it would interest lovers of the race horse to hear what ie being bred at Lucky Baldwin's celebrated stock farm. I landed at Arcadia—rightly named. I would here mention that it 10 custom ary to speak ol Mr. K. J. Ilaldwin as be ing a wonderfully lucky man; at tho aame time credit is seldom, if evor, given to hia wonderful enterprise or to his ad : mlniatrative ability. While driving over Hants Anita, however, I saw enough to...

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

POST AND PADDOCK TALK. Doings of the Thoroughbreds All Over America. The Blood-Horse Meeting at San Francisco. The IllghUyerfc of the Effete Bait and How They Are Standing; Their Derby Preparations — Daly's Horses at Long Itranch. The blood horse meeting is supposed to convene on Saturday at San Francis co, and as it is All Fools' day (for this article is written on Thursday) there may be surprises for tbe talent on that day. Certainly, from what can be gleaned by the perusal of private letters irom the metropolis, tbe cracks of last year are all short of work. An ex jockey, writing to this office, says that David Bridges' horses are in tbe best condition of any at the track, and while they do ntft class with many others tha f . could be named, if those others were in condition, he likes the chances of Waif, Dona Lila and Typesetter very well. The Electricity stock are said to be the best lookers of all the colts at Palo Alto. They are gluttons for work, and are Intelligent and cour...

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

14 FOR LITTLE FOLKS. A Sick Il»y Kins;. • % The boys and girls will be sorry to hear.thnt AlphcmßO, the little boy king of Spain, has been very sick with scarla tina. They will be sorry, not because the littlo fellow happens to ho n king, hut because he is o good littlo hoy. Ho will be<7 years old on the 17th of May next. Every afternoon when ho Is well Al phonso drives with his mother to the public gardens, whom bis little majesty unbends a jot of liis dignity und plays with tho other children. Hut. ODOS Boated fn hia eorringo again, iv beoOnUM the king of Spain and uoknowlodges tho so lutes of bis subjects in tho most kingly manner. One day ns littlo Alphmiso was taking his usual- afternoon Imo there lnssod the royal rarringn' n man who did not give .tho customary salute, "Carlo," callod tho baby king to his footman, "go got tbat man und order that he.bo aovoroly punished, becauso he did not bow to me." In Spain-tho word of tho king must al ways bo ohoydd, ond so tin' footman h...

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

| FREE, GARDEN AND TREE SEEDS, j | How Some New Varieties May % % ' Be Obtained. % t The Gift of tlie Herald to Its Subscribers—Vegetables Which Double the Income of Truck g§ Farmers in the East. Otto*. W ■ ■ ■■ ■ — "—" " 1 I ————— —— By special arrangement With some of tlie leading seed houses of the world, The also been largely experimented with at the various slate agricultural fairs throughout the a X~ HltßAtl) is able to give each of its cash subscribers (only thbse who receive the paper by country, with the same gratifying results. fc mail or express are included) a most valuable lot of FREE SEEDS. These seeds are In . Tqn ,. NmT T ettuce —In shane tlrs variety resembles the While Seeded fT ienC s n\ 6 bCSt Ti ari f 65 ° f Pk f s Giant ASiZffiL !^ t fif™ tliJ v.rS /tf M rt I Wlll } ° f "T 86 ' be great ? r numerous. It is very slow to run to seed, and withstands the heat better than any other than the common varieties now used. It is probably the best premium offer ever made ~...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 June 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT The opera house Footlights epeaku J Mrs. John Stetson ss having won re own in the east in comic opem and the Jranis. A playgoer tells me she made ber debut os a rider in a circus. She in at any rate handsome enough to pone as a beauty and her jewels nre Bomething dazzling. .Tohn Stetson, her husband, ie a several times millionaire nnd ownß nearly everything about Boston. One would imagine that Mrs. Stetson would prefer presiding; over her palatial Bon con street horae to trying to play Mrs. Kastlako Chapel in the Grunt of Society, but—unleßß one is a native, one will do most anything to get away from Hoston. Mr. Lipman nnd Miss Kveison were decidedly the stars of tbe Crust of So ciety company. Miss Fvesnon would have a most bewitching Mrs. Chapel, while Mr. Lipman proved himself to be equal. He has an impossible character in an unspeakable play to render and he succeeds; he dramatically makes a silk purse out of n pig's ear. Mr. Lipman Jessie liarllttt Paris. o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THB DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WBATH BRj STATIONARY TEnPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 53. 'STOP!" -:- We mean to startle you with the beautiful line of $15, $16 and $18 Sack Suits That we are showing for the summer season. Just come in and be convinced. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO— -CLOSE OUT= OUR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOWS. BROS. PORCH and JJffl Settees, Chairs, sjtzJJJ\ ' Hammocks, MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FORNITORE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL H«r SILVER MEDAL I.™.?^^ CJTT "\7"Tj % "D A T for MO*r artistic specimens illustrat- Ol Ll V Xl/J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

2 THE NEPHEWS DEMORALIZED. 4n Easy Victory Batted Oat by the Angels. Eighteen Runs to Their Credit at the End of the Game. The Game at Stockton ft/on by tbe Fx* Colonela—The Great International Milliard Match—Olhor Sport ing Intelligence. By the Associated rress.] Ban Francisco, June 2.—At the Pied mont ground this afternoon the Los An geles team easily defeated the Sau Frsn oiscos, by a score of 18 to H. Bala pitched two innings for San Francisco, then his arm gave out. Both Levy and Kbright pitched for Han Francisco in the third inning, and the Angela made seven runs. Kbright pitched the balance of the game. Lab.man hurt his hand and Lytle took his piaca behind the bat. San Francisco was generally demoralized. The score is as follows i SAH riANCIK 0. „. as. n. Bn.s.n.r o. a. n. rth«rp,2h « 1 2 1 8 r> 1 . vy, ,P-.'., 8 1 3 0 0 0 0 Carroll,db. If, rf o 0009 O(I Banter, of ft o 1 <> a go Kl.rlght. p, 3b ft I 9 9 9 o 1 Tower, lb 4 1 j 0 B , I 5p?»»i« 4 i a o a. | o Wiguire,a....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

PASADENA. Che City Beeorder'e Authority—A Wed ding;. Pabadbxa, June 2.—And again the au thority of the city recorder, in cases which would properly come before a jus tice of the peace, is being called into qnestion. The case which is stirring up the trouble is that of tbe People vs. Frank Forshay, whioh is set for hearing before City Recorder J. Q. Rosßiter on Satur day next, in which defendant ie charged with larceny, and it ia underatood that the defenae will take the ground that the recorder has no jurisdiction in the case. The point of law involved ia a very interesting one, and one that haa not yet been decided by the higher courts; this ia, neither a city recorder appointed by a council haa the same power as a justice of the peace, or neither hia power is limited to cases coming nnder a city ordinance. A case in which this point was brought np wae that of the city vs. John Biddle for violation of the ordinance governing the switching of trains across Colorado street. An appeal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WtULT. THB OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayeks. AVERS St. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, Ml AND S2B WIST BKCONM BTREET. TELEPHONE ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIES: Por Week * .20 Ter Month 80 BY MAIL (Iscr.CDino Postaoij: Daily Herald, one year $JH 00 Daily Herald, six months * 26 Daily Herai.D, three months 225 ™ Daily 11r*ali>, one month HO Weekly Herald, one year 160 Weekly Heralii, six months 1 00 Weeei.y Heralii, three months 80 lil.i fTRATEn Heiim.o per copy. 20 Entered at tho postOffloa at I.os Angelos as second clsih mall mailer. ANNOUNCEMENTS. file papers of rll delln,|nent mall subscribers te Ihe I)aii v Herald will he promptly discon tinued heieafter. No papera will be sent to anbscrlbers by mall unless Ihe ssme hare been paid for In advance. This rule Is.lndexible. L. P. Flsber, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Can Francisco, is nu anthorlr.nl agent. Hila paper Is kept on file In his offlce The Herald Is roM a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

HE IS DOWN ON THAT TREATY. General Armstrong: Foreninst the Russian Agreement. He Ufa - s a Sensational Picture of the Czar's Methods. 4 Claim That the Recently Signed Treaty Is Obnoxious to American Ideas. Borne Points About Russia and Its Government. Gen. James Taylor Armstrong, who is remaining in the city for several days, expressed himself very strongly yester day in opposition to the treaty just signed between onr government and Russia. The general should know of all men whereof he speaks. He was in spector general of the European consular service during President Grant's first term and his Official duties, took him at that time to St. Petersburg. Mobcow and Odessa, on the Black sea. It was Bhortly after his return from abroad, during the year 1881, that the interest of the government and many prominent people in the United State; was directed toward the making of an extradilion treaty with Russia. The iate Henry Ward Beecher, in con nection with other prominent New York divin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

6 J INK ADYKRTISING. I The most direct method of reaching the • public and making known your * * WWW A MI It TTTTT RSSB W WW W AA fill X T S R WW WW AA rl N S T S W W W W A A INS T R WW W W A A X N N T SSSS WW WW AAAA N N N T 8 WW WW A A N N N T 8 W W A ANNN t r s W W A A N NN T BRRR Is through Ihe classified ad columns of Tag llf.ram>. It Is cheap, brings quick returns] and places the advertiser In due i , oinmtiuica tion with Ihoee he wishes to resell. OCOt. A uSAa =88. II KITH F.F.R 111111 10 Cf AA 2 {I II 1' 11 V. I) D Of A A Hflo "86„ If FE II KE I) D CCL AAA c f X 5!• F II X D I) OOC LLIJ.A A h HR R B ttB ß II 1' II PEP, DDD A DDI) I, KKKTTTr s SS u A\l sil r S S A * AWirPu.ILEKiT. * BBBI*8 B8 I * Inserted In Iha columns of Thk Mt.k ami at £ tf I ft CENTS PER LINE PER DAT. j fIOO PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Special rates for a longer period. ♦ * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell properly will do well lo ad vertise in THR Hkhai.ii. OFFICIAL CITY PAP...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock BxebßDge Review. New York, June 2.—Dealings on the stock exchange today were char>cterized by marked depression, Lower prices from London at the opening, the stralaed conditions of banking and commercial credits in the west and further exports of gold aided the bears. Tbe heaviest losses were: B'4 in Edison Illuminating, 5 In Baltimore and Ohio, 4 in Chicago (if s, 3Ji in Louisville and Nashville, 2% in General Elec tric, 2ln Bock Island and Lackawanna. Tbe remainder of the list went off Alter delivery hour things Armed up somewhat and purchases to cover shorts caused a rally from \ii to 2 per cent. The close waa steady. government bonds closed easier. MONET QUOTATIONS. Nkw York, June 2.—Money on call easy, at per cent.; closed offered at 3 per cent. Prime mere ntlle paper—6©B per cent. Sterling exchange—Easy; bankers' (iO-day bills demand, ft.89@4.905*. San Fkancisco, June 2.—Drafts—Sight, 20; telegraphic, 25. STOCKS AND BONDS. New Yobk, June 2.—Closing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Knrean. Reportofobiervatlomtakenat Lni Angelea, Jrnc 'J, 1593: Ime. Her. Db m 80.79 > p. m 89.70 ,11 111 I, u "it HW 70 svv 1 o Maximum temperature, 7ft. Minimum temperature, ft'i. Indication". Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmor; north to went winds. There in an undelivered telegram at tho Western Union Telegtaph company's office, corner Court and Main streets, lor 8. McKinley. Thursday evening about 1:45 o'clock the local train on the Southern Pacific railroad known as the Colton tlyer col lided with a two-horse team wagon on the Workman street crossing in l'aet Las Angeles. The wagon waa smashed, and the driver, named Yoaklcy, was badly hurt. The railroad people took him to the hospital. The Covina Water company filed ar ticles ol incorporation yesterday. Its objects are stated to be to construct and own water works. The directors are Charles K. Bamis, J. K. Baehor, J. <3t. Madden, A. M. Seymour, J.R.Elliott, E. I". Warner and T. A. McCor...

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