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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 June 1893

FASHION NOTES. New York, .Ttlne 16, 1893. " 'HE woman wbo triveß to look swefet snd pretty Bhould ie bo in her house ;own this year, be ;auae her house Ijowns may afford a ;hange and contrast n style from her itreet and reception ireeeeß that makes uer especially char ming in all. On the street and at the smart 5 o'clock tea her pretty skirts will be spread and ehe will be all puff and fluff; in the bouse she may be as Empire as she pleases, and lovely in quite a different way. Tbe bouse gown must be put to gether with discretion and worn with confidence. It is quite a different thing from the neglige of one's room, and must not suggest *,he street gown. It may be of materials as rich and ac delicate as the ball toilet, but must not seem a bit like it. The Empire models lend themselves best to the ideal house gown, the bodice par' White striped hathte. being high-necked and long-sleeved, or only slightly cat out. One charming dross has the bodice surplice front with great sleevea an...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 June 1893

14 WOMAN'S WORLD. THE 3*o DEATH Of* AN ESTIMAOLE YOUNQ WOMAN. W«n*n m CTitraar* A Pl»rfc» 'V.iwavi's SnrrmM—A Sl«»irf rtt m >.s. IWrn. HotterV:Mm«T*«Hrilm4M Hlfrts for the ttoin.. The death of Miss f •efitlaTovrvsend of typhus fwviT in the !io*Tiitnl waaavwrysad ewsnt. Misa Torma*nd Wn* tha genarnl eeerrtary of th* Orris" IMendly society. Her life tw/f |j**n giwrn up to good work. laat December. and Mhw ToTTiscrvJ hn,) nurwd lier :MWi<l«mtaly Itrrflig > lour; illnes* tnrbmdinft owr two years, it added to th* *vrln««w of Mls« TtiW iiajfliiT 1 liewtb that h*r tir<>th*r, wlto ia motor if 00* of th* l*njt*»rt*nt chnn-hna in At lantic City, md h*r «4rt*r w -m not jier mitturl tn see her dirrlrig her 'act boora. ■fhla may bar* Iwrfl .-i■wfsw >md r»»*on able precotlHotl of the iwidi'- il ifflcrT of the health board, hot ll imm to us tn havf boen (•arrytng quaMtftttie rtrlea 1 Httl* too far liter" -s no rtxasofl why, under pw»p*r prrrtatition*. a -sltor to 1 patient sink w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Bxehanae Review. £•*,.- N "w Yeiui. June 17.—Bpeculalloa at the pi; Hock exchange was dull, explained by the ab sense of many speculators al the races and anm ater resorts. Considering the inactivity, the temper was quite Arm. The bears' boom brought about a reaction of Vi to % per cent on heavy P faillags off in bank reserves, but a recovery fol lowed aud the market closed firm. Government bonds were dull. MONky QUOIATIOHS. *' New Yorx. Juno 17.—Money on call, noml nglly at 4 per cent, {■rime mercantile paper—6®B per cent. Sterling exohanse—Dull; bankers' 60 day ~' HUB,s4.l3J<i(w*.B4; demand, $4.84;i®4.85H - 1; • Bak FRiNoisco, June 17.-Drafts—Sight, par; talegraphio, 05c. STOCKS AMD BONOS. Nrw York, June 17. -Closing quotations were as follows! i "P. s. 4s, reg 110 iNorth American. Blk Wm_, do coupon 109U Northwestern 105W| V. 8. 2s. regular. Ilu donr«ferrsdl....l3m i ; Pacific 6s 02 N. V. Central 102 > Atchison. Oregon leap .... 12 Wslmerican Ex 105...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 June 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT Tne attraction at the Grand tomorrow will bn Knhert Hflylor, the Irish come dlon, iv the second edition ot his very fanny comedy, Sport McAllister, one o' the 400, which bat been reconstructed and innovatod Bince lAtt preeontfid here. The company ban also boen groatly aug mented, nnd no end ol novel features added to the entertainment in which will he Introduced ten new songs, all tho latest craza, and includes The Man That Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo, The Cat Came Back, McCormick's Wife, Johnny Dugnn and After the Bull. There will also be many new Bpecialtiea presented, and llobbv Gay lor, as he ia popularly known, will again bo heard in a new and original niouo lofttifWhtoh keapn an itu in Hoc in a con tinuous roar of laughter, and in which line ba has no equal. Two very clever comedians, Gilbert and Goldie, both California hoys, who have made a mo il pronounced hit in the east,and who have received much heralding of lato, will be heard in their new songs a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. POP THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; 'SLIGHT CHANGES IA TEH PERATURE; NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 69. . GREAT REDUCTION SALE OF ■ CHILDREN'S SUITS t Regardless of Cost. Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $4 to $3. Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $5 to $3 50 & 3.75 Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $6 to $4.50 & 4.75 AND ALL HIUHBB PBICB GOODS IN PROPORTION. Mothers and Guardians, this ia your opportunity ta get reliable clothing cheap for the boys. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. GRYBTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. We Are Offering special Discounts this Week on Our Eutire stock of THE CELEBRATED JEWETT FILTERS, THE ENGLISH AGUA PURA FILTERS, AND CHEAP HOME FILTERS. ALSO COOLERS AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. MEYBERQ BROS. • > BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED TrTE WINDSOR of*ojuplo« le§s upare thftH any oth«r foldin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

2 PRESIDENT WIDNEY'S SERMON. The Head of the University's Annual Discourse. Some Sonnd Doctrine Which Wan | Offered to the Students. I Dr. ■?. P. Wlilney'd Aililrnai V««teril»jr In ' the Calvaralty Chapel— A Thought fill »ti«l *;«rm.«l Statement I of Doctrine. 1 The chapel of the college of liberal | arte of the university of Southern Cali fornia waa thronged with students of ' tbe college and their friends yesterday j morning, the occasion being the delivery ( of the baccalaureate sermon by the col- j lege president, Dr. J. P. Widnev. IMb- | address consisted of a masterly handling* of tho subject and was delivered with ' characteristic energy. He spoke in part J as follows: | Tbe pall of a great mystery hung over antiquity. One roads between the lineß of old records and linds a sadness, a , gloom, deeper than any that could come I from question of types ol civilization, ' from forms of government, from social 1 life. It was b gloom which eaiUS from an unanswered, or to them unansw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A "Got of Sports Arranged for Today- I.mial Notes- Pahadbna, Jnne 18.—Tomorrow is Throop university field day, and a jolly lot of athletic sports ie looked for. The boys have taken a great interest in the contest and have been training for some time, so that good results ma? he looked lor. The prizeß for the various events, consisting of gold and silver medals, have been offered by business men of the town. Preceding the regular program a 100 --yard dash ie to come off between Geo. Throop and Harry Arthur, on which it is understood there is considerable bet tint. Owing to the length of tho programme the hour for commencing has been set at 10 a. m. instead of I p. m., at the Athletic club grounds on South Pair Oaks. Following ia the complete list of en tries : Throwing hammer—l,. It. Hickson.C. W. Brooks, Beth Ilardison. Baseball throwing—George Throop, George Thompson, Fred Throop. Quarter mile bicycle—Ebert Dunbar, A. K. Macomber, Ed. Groenendyke, C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

4 HERALD PAII.Y AMU v.-• 11 IV. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. jossrii D. Lynch. James J. Ayjrs AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBLISHEP.S. «l ANl> 385 WIST SKUOND STRKKT. TKLKPIIONK 156 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CABRIKB: Ter Week 9 .90 Per Mi'titb SO .BY MAIL (l>" LODIW i FnsTAoa): Daily Hkkai.h, ono v«*r 00 Daily Hiimi ,0, six mouths 4.26 Daily llkkai.ii. thruo mouihs 2.25 Daily 1 Irs a li>, oue month ho Wkkkly i itALti, ono your ... 1 50 Wkrki.y KBRAbD, ill mouihs 1.00 W.KK.KLY lIRKALO, tliru'l! im.llths 50 lI.LUSTRATKIi llkkai.ii, per ropy 20 Entered nt the postOvaOg at Los Angeles as terond class mall mutter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho papers of all dollmiue.nt mail subscribers to tho Daily HBBALD Will ba promp'ly dlsooß. tinned hereafter. No papers will ho tent tn ait birr I bera by mall unless the asms OATS been paid for In advance Tfatirali Is inflexible !.. P. Klslter, newspaper siUcrtlsing agent, 21 Merchants' KSOha&ie, San Friinelsce, Is an Vlthorlssd agenu This paper la kept on illo In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

THEY ARE NOT SO VERY SLOW. Messenger Boys and Some of Their Traits- They Are Worldly Wise and. Wide Awake Fellow*. One of Them Denies That They Are Slow and Gives Borne Very Interesting De tails as to Their Occupation and Adventures. "That'B a groat fake," what the funny men says about messenger boys, re marked a shrewd specimen of tbat class yesterday while waiting for a message. "Did you ever Bee how they work us? You just drop in at the office and look around aome time. My, talk about a man's hair getting gray waiting for a kid to come back with a meaaage. Those funny men had better get a move on them and keep up wid the timea. They ain't in it." "Bay, write a piece about ue, will you ? Put it in right and lay it on. We'll stand in ; we kids will, you bet. Givtv ue a boom, you know. Nothing like business," continued tbe email speci men briekly, for all the world like a full grown man, aa he walked out with his message. A visit waa paid to the office, and the small boy waa found i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

ONLY A WORKINGMAN. "He Is only a worklngman!" How often we hoar it said With sneering, supercilious tones And slighting toss of the head. lam oi.ly a worklngman. And proud utn 1 of tho name. Though my face bo grimed with dnet of toll 1 count It no sign of shame. I am only a worklngman. Thongh hnnible my toll may bo. At the carpenter's bench at Nazareth Worked the Man of Galilee. Yoa.-fcts hauds were hardened with toll; Ofttimes droojied hia weary head Aa tho Lord of Creation lnbored To earn his dally bread. He wae only a workingman. My brother, liko me and you— True worth lies not In place or rank. Bnt In faithful heart aud true. Oh, brothers and Bisters of toll. Uplift your drooping eyer.l The humblest toil wae dignified By the Lord of Paradise. -William Ileld in Utlca Observer. THE BAPTISM. Among the old Covenanters it was tho custom that infants about tb be baptized Bhould be carried to the font by young maidens. After tho ceremony tho in fants wefo delivered into the arms of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Woollier Bureau. Reportof nbsorvaUoua takou at Los Angeles, June iB. liii l: Ime. illr. , Thor.iBII'mjWM a». m 20 02 f)H BS I g K ) p m. vn.MT To on , w Vol I 3 iKoggy. 5 ICttiar. Maximum temperature, 78. Minimum temperature, ,10. Ind loatlon*. Forecast fnr B*nth*rn California: Fair weather: alight OhailgeJ in tcmpcralnre; north to west winds. Don't forget I'rof. Bowman's free lec ture tonight at Turner hall, "free thought." Tho World's" Fair edition of the Santa Ana Blade, lust issued, is a most BXOOl lent stroke ot enterprise on the part of the proprietors of tliat well-edited news paper. It embrace* sixteen pages of carefully written sod well illustrated mailer descriptive of tho resources of Orsiige county, and should meet with ready appTOClalion in that section of Houthern California nnd elsewhere. Desmond the hatter and men's fur nisher bag rent' fj the ntoieroom form erly occupied by Hon Mnrche, No. 122 South Spring street, lor .'ill days and will, on Thursday next, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TEfIPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 70. GREAT REDUCTION SALE OF CHILDREN'S SUITS Regardless of Cost. Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $4 to $3. Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $5 to $3.50 & 3.75 Children's Knee Pants Suits Reduced from $6 to $4.50 & 4.75 AND ALL HIGHER I'RICS GOODS IN PROPORTION. Mothers and Guardians, this is your oppartunity tj got reliable clothing cheap for the boys, MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, \A r Z S. Main St. We Are Offeritig spsciai Discrants this Week on Our Eniire star;'.: of THE CELEBRATED JEWETT FILTERS, THE ENGLISH AGUA PURA FILTERS, AND CHEAP HOME FILTERS. ™ t ALSO COOLERS AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST IfeMijrS&t MOST DURABLE AND EASILY B vVloWsi 5» \ ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED j ' ; H FOLDING SED MADE. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THE WINDSOR ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

2 DID LIZZIE KILL HER PARENTS? The End oi' tho Borden Case Drawing Near. Groat Crowd* Try to Hoar tho Closing Arirnnieuls. "Sl-Gnrernnr Robinson Makes » Plea for AciiulUal — District Attorney Hnoitllnn Argues for Conviction. By the Asaoelated Press. Nk« BIOPOBDi Maas., .Tone li.*-Th« day of arguments in the Llttlß Borden trial opened with a great crowd at the court hon.ee, Bcarcely one-tenth of whom could gain admission. A largo propor tion of those in attendance were fashion able people in holiday attire. The de fendant appeared fresh and entiling. Governor Kobinaon opened tbe pro ceedings with argument for tbe defense. He began l'iy declaring the defendant physically unable to commit the crime in the manner committed; that aside from that it was only possible for a ma niac or devil to doit, lie asked tbe jury to bring their homes, hearts and in tellects into the decision of tbe case. (iovernor Kibinson then rehearsed chronologically tho events connected with the crimes He saw no r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

THE WATER BOND SALE VOID. The Matter Brought, Up Before the Council. A Huraber of Important Matters Which Were Acted Upon. Reports From Clly Official* — Recom mendations of Cftinmltteefl — The Street Car Companies to Be Brought Up Short. The city council met yesterday morn ing in the city hall at 10 o'clock, all of the members being present with the ex ception of Mr. Pans!. Tbe city clerk read the minutea of the proceeding meeting, which were ap proved. THE STREET SUPERINTENDENT'S REQUESTS. The street superintendent asked for an additional force of 20 laborers and five teams to hasten cleaning, graveling and repair of streots. Referred to the board of public works. The Btreet superintendent asked to be authorized to lay an eight-inch vitrified pipe line for carrying away seepage water at Baker Iron works to catch basin at Cullego and Upper Main streets. Referred to sower committee. FOURTH OF JULY APPROPRIATION. Capt. A. F. ldackay of tho Fotirth of July committee addressed the counc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

4 AIM 1.11 l I- t-"M KM - n x i The most direct method nf reaching the puUlc nnd making known your X x WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WAV W A A M N N 1 S S WWWW A A N N H T 1 WWWW A A N N N T S WWW IV A A N N N T SSSB WW WW AAA A N N N T s WW WAV A A N N N I B W W A AN N N T SB W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified nil columns nf Tur IlKitAi.il. It is cheap, brings quick returna, and places the advertiser in din it communi cation with those he wishes tn reach. poo 1. a r bb„ ess.. 11 mn ram DDI) c c L A A ? S s " 11 I II X I • ll O I. A A Nb„ SB- II ft II Tl' 11 Ii 0 CI. AAA a £si CIIIII h. 11 II OCO 1.1,1.1, A A"ss h "88" II I II l-l I' DDI) A mill I. K.F.R TTTT uSSu AA 1) DI, I IL AAD DI. I X I ' SS S AAA D 1) I. E '( I A A DDI) 1.1.1.1.KKF. I SS^ Inserted In Ihe columns 01 'Tin. Hn:w.i.at X X j 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. 11.00 PER LINE I'FR MONTH. Specinl rates for 11 lunger period. X x Persons wanting situations, belp, or wishing to ren I, buy or sell jiroperty w 111 do well in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New York, June 1!) —The week opened with ' extremely dnll markets In (fall street. Tho stringency in money caused the commission houses to dlscour.ige operations. At the open ing of the market there wis a pretty general advaßOe, the improvement ranging fromf i to l\i per cent, with Manhattan, DiuilUrs and Chicago Gas In the lead. The inactivity luduced some traders to raid the list,and Sugar and Mis souri Pacific yielded l?i per cent. Chicgo Gas and General Eleciric I'and the balance of the list to 1 per cent, a rally of Uto V t per cent occurred after the delivery hour, when money eased up, the rate for call loans drop ping from 25 to 3 per ceut. Tfle continued weakness of exehanse, which revived ta.k about p obable gold imports, also exerted a fa vorable iniluenie. Uoveraineui bonds closed lower. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, June 1!) — on pall, active It 23 to 25 percent; closed offered at 3 per c ut Prime mercautile p*per—tl #S per cent. P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

6 BRIEFS Wratlier Korean. Report of obnrvAtloas tsk'jn nt Lot Angeles, June 10, 1808: Time. | iter. IThor.|BH'm|W'a Vo! ;00i» m. 2!>.:ii> B3 88 BW 1 it'lear. ;00 p. m. mtU 72 ! 60 | W <» »'.,< nr. Maximum temperature, 70. linimum temperature, 52. Indication*, yorr-ctst for Bout lorn Cnil'ornla: Fair weather; stationary temperature; westerly winds. Invitations are out for tho closing ex ercises at St. Hilda's hall, Glernlnlo, on Wednesday evening next. There will be an extra train for the accommodation of people residing in the city. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph ollico, corner ol Court and Main streets. June 19, 1893, for Mra. 11. H. Woods, E. 8. lilaisdell, Lareen, Judge W. A. Sanderson, H. S. Brown, Jesus Heridia, Mr. George J. Brecht, Yah Foong. Judge Clark yesterday annulled tho marriage of Mrs. Anna t'.nrr a:id Albert C. Smith. The plaintiff waa married to Smith in 1892 believing him to be un married, but found aftciward he was married and had...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The* Btreet Paving Specification! Bob Up—Throop Field Day. Pasadena, June 19.—The city council met in regular session this afternoon, all members present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, while all bills filed to date were referred to committee without reading. The rules were then suspended and and the paving business again bobbed up serenely. J. D. Bingham addressed the board regarding the specifications, stating that he wished to put in a bid for the work, but not liking to do so from tbe irregular manner In which the resolution of intention had been passed. Captain Simpson was of the opinion that the resolution of intention was not specific enough, not covering the same ground as the specification, while Judge McGee thought the resolution of inten tion good. A reading of the original resolution waß called for, bnt no action was taken. Taking up the regular order of busi ness, an ordinance establishing the grade of Qrove Btre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

8 LOS ANGELES HERALD nair.v and wekklv. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. jossth D. Lynch. Janes J. Avails AVERS Sc LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. S.i and «c.-» ivssr ■■fOOWD street. TELEPHONE 188 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: _ „„ Per Week ■ .«> Y«t Month SO BY M AH. (iM t.t'DiN i posTAoa): Daii.v Ifr.iui.n, one vnsr tr'S 00 Daily HsnaM>, six months 4.SJ Daii.v HKRALO. three months 8.23 Daily Hbrald,one month .so M'ajKKLY " KttAl.b, cno yesr • 1.00 W t hi.V Bin iM), six months. 1.00 Wkf.kly U*BALn, threo months .80 IttCATIUTKf) If krai r>, per cop) 20 Entered at tho postomeo at Lo.i Angelej as eecond cla<s tual' matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The pvpers of all dallnaaeM mail SObSCrlbSrS to the Daii.v Re raid will be promptly dl.oon tinned hereafter No napvra will bo sent to inbTrll'ars by mall unless the sunn have boat paid for In advance This role 1< Inflexible L. P. Planer, newspaper Hdvert;«ing agent, 21 Merchants' h.iehsnKc, Hat Francisco, l» an authoriz d agent. Tins paper ls kepi on file...

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