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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

TODAYS FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WBATH ER; SLIGHTLY WARtIER; WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 61. CAUGHT AGAIN! m THE PUBLIC, With an Elegant Line of tic»wo Smnmer Novelties in.' w 5 * 15 Frock art MS* Our Children's Stock is Elegant. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE. 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. JUSX RECEIVED, A New and Elegant Line of Artistic : GAS»ELECTRIC FIXTURES, !j - ■ 3. We show the best assortment on the coast at the LOWEST PRICES. Special Inducements Offered at Present MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ■KovmMul ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED WINDSOR occupies less apace tnaa any other lowing bed, and can be eaally moved irom one room to another. When cloaed It ia an ornament to any room, having the appearance ol a wardrobe. It la eaay to open and close, ia perfectly nolacleas, well ventlla ed, nas ample room Inrall neces<ery bedding, which Is net disturbed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

2 DOMINO, DOBBINS AND DECLARE. The Three Winners oi the Eclipse Stakes. U Was Worth 820,000 to the First Under the Wire. It Wee More T.lke a Procession Than a Rave—A Summary of Yester day's Tnrr Brants, Ball Games, Bite. ly the Associated Press. 1 Mobris Park, June 10.—The attend ance today waa the largest of the meet ing. The event of the afternoon was the Great Kcllpso stakes, worth $20,000 to the winner. Irom a sportsman's standpoint it was a disappointment as it waa more like a procession than a race. Nobody ever saw a race won in a handler fashion. The great proweas of Domino frightened all but Dobbina, Declare, St. Julien, San Lucas and Hurlingham out of the race. In fact it waa a foregone coneluaion that the Keene representa tive would win. Domino was qnite tractable at the post and when the Hag dropped he ap peared slow to move away. Rounding the elbow, however, Domino, under pull, strode up to Declare and the Blemton candidate, and the trio swept head and head into the dip,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

Southern California SANTA ANA. James Robertson Charged with Assault ing a Woman—Notes, , Santa Aka, Jnne 10.—James Robert son, a bright young fellow who indulges in too much fire-water, was up before Justice of the Peace Humphreys this afternoon to answer to a serious charge. Robertson has been working on the Modjeska place for some time, but came to town a week or so ago, and has since been on a protracted spree. Yesterday, while on the verge of delirium tremens it is alleged that he attempted to as sault a lady in this city, and now finds himself in a bad box. He will have his hearing Monday morning at 10 o'clock. $4 A SHOT. It cost a greaser $4 a shot for shooting five times in tbe city last night. Demi sis Rios is a sportive young fellow, and last night he put on his beat Sunday clothes, got a life-sized jag on, and started in to paint tbe town red. He bad a gnn and shot it off five timea be fore he was arrested and put in the jail. This morning Judge Humphreya fined him $20 for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY INI' WKIKLT. THS OFFICIAL CITY" PAPER, toaini D. Lynch. Jambs J. A vim AVERS Ac LYNCH, I'UrrLIaHIRS. •S3 AND Sgft WKST BBOONR BTKKKT. TELEPHONE 160 SUBSCRIPTION RAILS. BY CARRIER: Per Week ■ .20 Per Month HO BY MAIL (lNr i.t'oiifn Postaiib) Daily Hp kai.o. one roar So <»> Imu.v Hkkald, six months. 4.20 Haii.v Hni 11 0 three mouths V.tU I'aii,y Hkhai.d, one monlli HO Wkhw.y w p.KAIjT), cue year. ISO Wkkkly llkiiai.o. ill montha 1.00 WKKKLYIIaHAi.ii, three monthly .60 Illmstkatkii Hckai.l), per copy 20 Entered at the poitolnce at Loa Adkl'lcr hs ■MOM claw mall inaltrr ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent 11 il lUbacTlbrrt to Ihe Daily Hf.Sai ii will So promptly dim "i tlnued hereafter. Nit paper* will be lent to subscribers by mall unless the s, m bare lieen paid for In advniico\ Tola rnle Is lnll"\M>lc L. P. Fisher, ncwutiapor advertising swi nt, 2t Merchants' airhanr/c, Ban Francisco, Is mi amhor'r-.-d agent. Thia paper Is kepi, on 1110 In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

THE DISPOSAL OF DEAD ANIMALS An Official Investigation of a Veritable Plague Spot. What the Officers Found in the Carelr utirM That Call* Ont Strong Lan guage from Dr. Ilngan—Graphic De scription or the I'rtmlsea. Prompt Action Aaked. Early yesterday morning Dr. M. Hagan, county physician; Mr. Dillon, district attorney; Dr. W. W. Hitchcock, member of the board of health; Dr. L. A. Powers, health officer, and J. 0. O. Prince, veterinary snrgeon, drove out to the spot where the dead animals of the city are disposed of, according to the Ordinance of the city council. The occasion of the visit was to in vestigate certain abuses which were said to exist in the way of disposing of the bodies of the different animals and the killing of those found to be diseased, also the way in which the bodies of the dis eased animals were destroyed. The in tention also was to examine a dairy, the cows of which were thought to be in danger of infection from the refuse which drained from the neighborhood ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

GREATER REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY Some Important Transactions During Last Week. Talks With Real Estate Men About Their Deals. Many Inquiries From the East by In vestor* — New llnlldlnga Going Up and BallnTng Permits Granted. The ending of thepaat week found the real estate market in a much better con dition than tbat of any one week during the paßt for aeveral years. Tbe different financial crises and failures which have been taking place in the eaet, and also during the past week on our own coast, have had no effect whatever on the price of realty in this city and Southern Cali fornia. Where for several years back there has been a disposition to exchange one property for another and consider able sparring for an advantage in proba ble values, the realty wiiich now changes hands does bo for solid cash. It la paid and no questions aaked. Such a state of affairs could not exist were it not for the reason that the purchaser baa auch faith in the coming of better times and believes so thorou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Wnather B»W*»i Ropormr finwrvatlotia takou al La* Angele*, Jrno 10, lfcn.l: Ime. Bur. Ther. ) a. m 20 f»:t fis ) _ m. MM" '.ii ItrT'm « .1 t:i w Vol j 1 .Cloudy 8 linear. Maximum ten. I i r«luri>, 74. Minimum temperature, 87. Itifl loatlons. Fnrocast fir BoathSTrj California: F.ilr Wealhir; slightly warmer: westerly witnls. A mxriiage license waa iasuetl yester day lo John H. Smith, aged 25. a native of Canada and resident, of Fnllerton and Mollie E, Dillay, aged 2(1, a native of Ohio anil reaident of Nnrwalk. Young Indies desiring to take part in elocntiounrv contest will pleaae call on Miss May Bowman, on Wednesday, at 208 North Main atreet (reading rooms), from 10 a. m. to Bp. m. Two prizes given. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Mnin street, lime 10, 18(13, for Obai. F. Wade, M. i>.; A. is. Hubble, Teter Mitchell, If. Francis, I/. O. Hodri guez, No. 27 Vermont avenue. The Alpha Alpha fraternity Mcd arti cleaof incorp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. | THE END IS NEAR 1 |= NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT AT 10 O'CLOCK I! THE GREATEST SALE OF MEN'S FINE SUITS } I %Zi LH**mHmH»M» » ♦♦ <^4^ww^»^< ><^»4> ZZ% W_Z "TTIVER INAUGURATED IN LOS ANGELES comes to a most successful end. This great sale has brought out spurious imitations in our immediate neighborhood, but the people have learned Sfc Jtli to detect all counterfeits ; hence our Store was filled all last week by a delighted throng of buyers, who endorsed by their liberal patronage an honest firm, which does at all times exactly as they advertise. _ *g I CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. i WS f CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. | | \W TO CONVINCE YOU UTIDMIQUIMP POtTO 3 £ BOYS' CLOTHING THAT WE never use idle words and will carry out all our promises precisely as given, we U IYI \lvJl 111 i. Vjl vXv/UU\J extend an invitation during the coming six days of this week for you all to come, and if m m>— you do not find the savings to be just as we claim, we will present you with th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

10 IT'S VERA WEEL. It's vrra weel, throtiffhoot the day. When ta'en up wi* wark or play, « To think a man can Uve alwuy, ' £ Wl'oot a wlfoy. But It's ardthcr thing at night, / To sit alone by nan'la light. Or game till rest whan sharp winds hit* Wl'oot a wttoy. It's vera wool when islam aro now, Td think they'll always tawt. Jtt.t so, And look al well as thoy do noo, . Wl'oot a wlfoy. But when the holes hmrtn to show, The stltohcs rip, the buttons (to. What In tho wart's actum to do Wl'oot a wifoj -1 It's vera weel whoa ekies are cloar. Whon frir-n's are tjme ami lotfrloe clear, Tbthink yell gang-through life, naefuar, Wfoot a wtfoy. Bnt nlmidn will coma tho. skips athwart; Lahsiee will marry; frli-u'e maun part. What then onn cheer your stuldenee heart? A dear woe wifey. It's **ra weel whairyoang and halo, Hut-when ye'ro a old aart erased and frail. And your Wythe spirits 'glu to rail, Yell want a wtfey. Bnt mayhap then Umlawdcs dear WU3 treat year offers wl' a snoor Because ye're ...

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

OUT ON THE RANCHES Writing of resistant vines, A. H. Grassman of Mountain View, Bays in tbe Napa Register: Resistant vines are a Buccees, provid ing the work is done in a practical man ner with the best variety which resists. After experimenting with many varie ties since 1877,1 have found the Vitis Riparia the best. The Vitis Rupestria is also resistant. Tbe Lenoir will do in some soils, but it is not resistant, but it will hold out loniser than any other re sistant vine which I have experimented with except the Riparia and Rnpestria. I prefer the Riparia above all others, because it is the most resistant and easier to propagate. It will grow in most any soil and take the graft readily, providing the grafting is done in a prac tical manner. I will give a few points in regard to the work, though it is im possible to write of the best way it should be done. It takes a great deal of " experiment to do it correctly. First, the Riparia cutting is the best from the stock and not from suc...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTHORS [BY lv I)KHV»IItR.J Houghton, Milllin A 00. aro trie pub lahere of Ilret Ifarte's new novel Sally 3owb, which Ib accompanied by three ihort storing which complete a very in eresting volume. The author's style ihanges as he grows older, aud for puge ifler page in the first end longest story n this new volume one might imagine llmsrlf reading another of Mr. Henry 'ames's analytical studies of conduct, de learns what Colonel Court land ihonght before he met Miss Dows ; what ie meant when he said something that night have meant something else ; just ixactly what his nensation was when Miss l)ows appeared, and whnt lie ihotight she might he thinking of, and v!iv he did not speak when he might lave spoken. Minute explanation of ionduct, in fact, occupies a great deal of ipne.e in this latent prod notion of the pen of the creator of Roaring Camp tnd Colonel Starbottlc. To he sure, Ihe story begins with a very vivid ,>lctnre in words —and not a word too much—of an ar...

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

Nbw York, Jane 9, 1893. HERE never hen been a fashion that bo lends itself to all ages, types and styles as does the present popnlar one of shoulder drap inga of lace. At first thought the fashion is particu larly adapted to the very young and Blender figure, but that is the ease with all styles. As a matter of fact, this one is almost equally well suited to the stout and ma tronly outline, tbe young plump figure, or the squareness of chilhood. It all depends on the way you put the lace on, and since you may put it on nearly any way you like, it is your own fault if yon do not get the right effect. The initial picture shows one method. The neck of this pretty house dress il out V-shaped in front only, and made much more dressy by the addition of a dainty lace fichu. The latter has a foundation of silk, on which is put first a lace frill, then a aecond ruffle, shirred in the cen ter three times and the other side lies on the neck in the form of a smaller ruffle. The ends are adorned ...

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

14 PROSPECTING ON THE DESERT. The Gold Hunters at Homo and on the Road. Veatures About the Life Lead by Fortune Searchers. lam* rirli About th* Men Who Brave ] th* D*s*rt's Heat ami the Tor tar*' of Thirst In I heir Work for Wealth. (Yuma Timet. 1 Over the dusty trail; np the sheer mountain side where the wild sheep can scarce tlnd a footing, he toils ceaselessly on. Is the water in the canteen hot and slimy, was the pool from which he filled It fnll of wigglers? It matters not; he would not exchange it for the most fa mous of Haul's vintages, It Is sweeter than the nectar brewed for the godi on the heights of Olympia, It is more pre clous than the yellow metal for which he ia jeopardizing hia life. Priceless at ia thia hoarded fluid, he shares it with his companion, the pa tient burro, and as this twin argonaut in search nt the golden fleece licka the laat drop from tha gold pan, his master computes tbe distance to the next tank and makes a calculation based on the last rainfall as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

THE ECLIPSED SUN. OBSERVATIONS GATHERED FROM ECLIPSES OF THE SUN. tJonclusiona of Km incut Astronomers Veri fied by Recent Photographs of the Sun's Coronn as Seen During the Time That the Solar Body Was Hidden. When eclipsed, the majestic king of day condescendingly permits tho struc ture of his mysterious appendages to be photographed and analyzed spectToscop ioally. Nover in the whole history of astronomy has a finer opportunity foi such work been afforded and so skill fully and completely improved by as tronomers as that of the recent eclipse. The full harvest of their observations eeems to pronri«e some startling revela tions. M. Flarnmarion, the French astrono mer, after reading the Chilian cable dis patches announcing Professor Picker ing's recent eclipse observations, is re ported to havo said: "They confirm the theory that tho sun ia snrrounded by a luminous atmosphere to a distance equal to one-eighth of the sun's diameter." Scarcely a quarter of a century agoruany astronom...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 June 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT There will be put on nt, the Park thea »er next week a comedy naid to bo very fanny, entitled An Actor's Romance, with the usual stock company in tho cast, assisted by the Excelsior male quartette, A briel outline of the play ie ai fol lows : The danijhtor ol a wenlthy but eccentric old gentleman, while witnes sing Mr. Howard Matthew", n famonu actor, impersonate Hamlet ot the (In vent Garden theater, falls desperately in love with him. Strange to say, this actor had likewise been infatuated by the. charms of a certain young lady whom he had seen n nnmber of times at the theater, not knowing et. the time who ehe wae, bnt declaring that he wonld not rest until he found ont who she wae. The young lady being derlrone of meeting this actor, persuades her father to invite him to a dinner party, but the good old' gentleman, not think ing it quite the thing for hiß daughter to niarrv an actor, previously arranges with' Mr. Matthews that, he should as sume intoxication...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; SLKIHT CHANfIE INTBriPER ATURE: NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 62. CAUGHT AGAIN! THE PUBLIC, f7? With an Elegant Line of ir, iin Sflramei Novelties ia.' }\o '< M» MvAU Ms. Our Children's Stock is Elegant. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 143 B. Main. St. JUST RECEIVED, A New and Elegant Line of Artistic »mi»HlM44>t I )»m>mHt»tMtt»mHM)mMM» lIXMHMIIHItt'tHHt I gas ai wm mm. 1 We show the best assortment on the coast at the LOWEST PRICES. Special Inducements Offered at Present ME V BERG BROS. fejgßßjHjjfMfr BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST ■taattMatn MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED FOLDING BED MADE. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THE WINDSOR occupies leas space than any other folding bed, and can be easily moved from one room to another. When closed It Is an ornament to any room, having the appearance of a wardrobe, ft la easy to open and close...

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

2 ADDRESS ON LIVE LABOR TOPICS By Opr. John O'Brien, (ien eral Labor Organizer. He Touches I'pnn the Eight-Hour Law and Kindred Subjects. A Well-Tempered IJlscnsslon or the Principles Contended for by Labor ing Slen -Kevlew of the Pro gress Mnde. Capt. John O'Brien, general organiser of the Federation of Labor, delivered a Striking address last night at Labor ball, under the auspices of the Los An geles Council of Labor. Mr. G. W. Retzer, president of the organization, made a brief address, in troducing Captain O'Brien in a few well chosen words. The first step toward reform, said Captain |o'Brien, is agitation, and tbe second is organization. The second, however, is ths most important, be cause without it no good results would follow from mere agitatation. Take our civil war, for instance, which was agitated for a long while on both sides, when it broke out, however, it was the organization of the north that won the victory. It. is of the agitation and more perfect organization of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

Southern California PASADENA. A Bis; Delegation to Visit the Supervis ors Today—Local Birents. Pasadena, June H.—Tomorrow after | noon in accordance with the invitations \ extended by the board of trade a large number Of representative citizens will visit the county supervisors in Los An geles and lay before them the desirabil ity of at once granting a franchise for operating an electric road between Los Angeles and this city.. The committee, headed by Prof. Keyes, will endeavor to show the board that the best interests of all will be served at once in adver tising the franchise for sale and not waiting for the widening of Pasadena avenue before taking this step. It is argued tbat the street can be widened more easily after the granting of the franchise than before, for the Bimple reason that the people will Bee the necessity of more room after the road is constructed. While it is not apparent that such a change is necessary, it is also pointed out that if an attempt is made to con ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD I>ATI.Y AMI) WKItKI.Y. THE OFFICIAL. CITY PAPHR. josirn D. Lvncii. James J. Avsas AYER3 Si. LYNCH, I'CBLISHB KS. 1883 AND t«n WK"T BKOOND BTBBKT. TELEPHONE tfid ______ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BVCARRISB: . Par »—k. $ .20 Per Month ' SO BY MAIL (Iki i.pni'N* Postaoe): Daily iikralo, one year Ifli 00 Daily Hei »i.o. six months 4.'/ ft Daily Hkbaj.l). three months 2.25 J'aii.y llßkAi.ii, one raonlh .SO Weekly l kai.k. me ye»r 1 SO Weekly I. a t.o, six months. 1.00 Weekly fl IB ILP, three months 50 li.i.u»tbai i i< H skald, per copy 20 Entered at the putnfflce at Los Angeles as second cla" mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The pspnrs of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Husai.u will be promptly dlsnon tinned hereafter No papers will ire sent to subscribers by malt unto*, thossme hAve boeir paid for ie advance. This rule is Inflexible L. P. Plsherj newspap-r advcrtlAlrtr; ag.-nt, 21 MeichsMt*' hsehsnee, San Prsitctseo, is sn BUthoTlt*d sgertt. This paper is kep...

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