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3C« Anticlrs Srraltl.
RC'OltQitliii; of the Mock l'.vcliaoic—
Speech ol' President <'lim|>iiiiiii.
N KW VoiiK, Sept. Ml
Wall, Broad and New street en
trances to the Stock Exchange were
crowded this morning a* tbe opening
hour approached. When the doors
were thrown open, the members and
snoot at orsrushed in in great numbers,
filling tlie Exchange and the visitors'
gallery tooverflowing. The members
around the President's desk cheered
vociferously, waving their hats.
Promptly at 10 o'clock, I'ivsidoiit
Chapman rapped the assembly lo or
der, and spoke to them as follows:
"We have met again after very mo
mentoussuspensions, for tlie purpose
of resuming business. Your action in
the interim basinet with universal ap
probation, and has been satisfactory
to yourselves. Business will be carried
on under the rules which were adopted
yesterday by the evening Hoard, which
had the appointing of a committee to
settle contracts with defaulters. All
I say now is, that you should help each
other to bear the burden which has fal
len upon us. So conduct your business
as to enable the exchange to carry on
its work successfully."
Loud cheering followed the address.
Business was begun, and much good
feeli nt' appears to exist. I'ndcr the
considerable pressure to sell and real
ize on stocks, prices have declined
from those current at opening, from 1
to S per cent. Hankers generally are
willing to operate for customers on
margins, until affairs become more
The impression prevails on the street
and 'Change, that all leading houses
will pull through, in which event a
better feeling will he infused through
out commercial circles.
Smith & Lever, reported suspended
on the tilth, announce that they will
pay all demands in full and resume.
The price of money will depend Upon
stiM?ks. There is no excitement now.
If these siiould be carried through suc
cessfully, there arc many who look for
a comparatively easy working of the
There was a decided improvement In
foreign exchange. This is looked upon
as a favorable symptom of returning
confidence. Leading bankers advanced
their rates to 61 per cent, on to-day's
sterling, and 4 r J for sight; hut actual
business was carried ou at a reduction
from those rates.
Henry .1. Hrooks, leather merchant,
suspended to-tlay, owing to present
financial troubles. He hopes for an ex
tension of time from his creditors. He
will then resume business.
A telegram from Boston last night
says that Admiral Winslow, IT, S. PL,
who commanded the Kearsargc when
she sunk the Alabama, died at his res
idence at Boston Highlands hist night.
The Fliimicinl F«h»lliik*—Rediiollon of
the ruhlM I>ehl.
Washington, Sept. :>o.
An iniprov«ml feeling exists in linan
eial circles. Banks ami banking houses
outside of the combination are doing
an increased business, while those in
the combination decline to cash even
the smallest check*.
It is stated that the Treasury De
partment will, to-morrow, exhibit a
fair reduction of the public debt, not
withstanding the revenue of the month
has been, comparatively, very light.
The treasury disbursements have
been below the average expenses for
the past three or four months.
A Hank aoo into Liquidat ion.
CHICAGO) September 30,
The Directors of the Union National
Hank, after paying oyer S-Mo,immi, yes
terday, held a meeting last night airtl
decided to put the bank into liquida
tion, It has abundant assets to cover
all liabilities. >
/ uixiioN, Sept. 80.
Tne specie drawn from the Bank of
England on balance to-day, is for ship
ment to New York.
A special telegram from Berlin hints
at financial troubles in Germany,
Stock and bank shares are not salea
ble; in some cases they have fallen.
A ship has arrived at Liverpool,
freighted with cholera. A number of
new east's of the disease have made
their appearance. The vessel is iii c.lose
There were several accidents to-day
on British railways. Several persons
were killed and others injured. The
most serious accident to the Scotch ex
Preserve the Fruit.
Heretofore California lias heen a
very large importer of dried ami pre
served fruits, mill this even when
quantities of our own green fruits
have heen allowed to go to waste un
der trees, because the price ottered for
them in this condition would not pay
a profit, after paying expenses of gath
ering, shipping and eommnilaaion for
selling. VY'e have seen iv this State
tons of apples, pears, and peaches
actually rottingjon the ground, which,
if in any of the New England or Mid
dle States would have been dried or
preserved for the California market,
and would thus have been made to pay
the producer a very satisfactory profit,
after hearing the expense of shipping
from the Atlantic to the Pacific. This
seems like an extravagant statement,
but it is nevertheless true, and the
very fact that it is true siiould wake
our fruit producers up to the realiza
tion that there is .something very
wrong in the manner In which they
have been conducting their business,
and cause them to look about for t lie
means of correcting this wrong. We
have heretofore depended too much
upon the sale and consumption of our
fruits in a green state. In the face of
the fact that not one-half the apples
and pears that we have been produc
ing, und that ripen in the latter part
of summer ami the early autumn,
have been needed for Immediate con
sumption in a green state, we have
)tesistcd in forcing tliem all upon the
market; when too, every shipment
made brought us in debt. It is true
that the demand for California pears
in the rant run cities bave been a par
tial relief for the past two or three
years, but our product of most kinds
of fruits has been rapidly increasing,
and the crop of the present year will
be greater in the access of the proba
ble green fruit demand, than in any
previous season. We would say, then,
to the fruit growers of the State, do
uot, as heretofore, push all your fruit
into the Sun Fruneiseo market, to be
thrown by the commission merchant
into the hay, ami then complain that
s ou can make no money in the fruit
business. Bather prepare yourselves
beforehand for the state of altairs that
your past experience teaches you will
be realised. Put up your drying seat
folds or drying houses, and be prepar
ed to dry all your fruit as it ripens,
and only sell iv a green stale when
the prices warrant a good protit over
and above expenses; or after a careful
investigation of the facts in the case,
you Hltd tbat it will pay better to pre
serve your fruit in cans than to sell it
green or to dry it, then prepare your
self with tbe necessary cans and other
facilities tor saving it in this way.
Hut do not, we beseech you, pursue
the unreasonable and unprofitable
course you have heretofore pursued to
your own great loss, and to tbe great
scandal of the State.
I'KOCKSS OK DUYINCI IN Till': sr.\.
There are many processes for drying
fruits, the most common being on
scaffolds in the sun. Perhaps no State
in the Union has so favorable a cli
mate for drying fruit in this manner
as ours, and yet to succeed well by this
process so that the fruit will command
tbe highest price, some skill ami a con
siderable care is required, It is unne
cessary here to describe the process —
all are familiar with it —but we will
call attention to a fact which none
who would make a success of drying
fruit in the sun, iv this State, siiould
overlook. It is that nine times out of
ten, if fruit thus dried be packed away
without the necessary precaution of
scalding, it will be ruined by worms in
less than one month after tlie packing.
We would therefore lay it down as a
rule always to be ft) I lowed! When
your fruit of whatever kind is sulll
eiently dry, dip it in boiling water for
al least half a minute, after which
again exjtosc it to the sun or place it
iv an oven until the surface water has
been evaporated. It is then ready to
pack or send to market. Besides in
suring against danger from worms,
this scalding will greatly improve the
quality of all dried fruit however it
may be dried.
AH'I'I KK'l AI, PB4>< KSSKS.
A process invented and patented a
ft'w years ago in .Maryland has been
used iv this State very successfully.
The machinery used consists of a tun
nel live feet square and fifteen feet
long, in which ihe fruit, after being
prepared by peeling, etc., is placed for
drying on shelves, one above the other.
The air at the bottom of the tunnel is
then heated by means of pipes to about
180 degrees—at the top il will be above
I'JfX Hy means of machinery the
shelves are gradually passed down
through the tube and when at the bot
tom having been dried siittlcieiitly by
the heated air, are discharged into a
receiver ready for packing. This is a
simple and quick method of drying,
and it is claimed to be sttjieiior to the
sun process, Inasmuch as the fruit is
not in the least fermented. All Un
natural flavor is therefore fully pre
served, so that when cooked tbe fruit
has all the freshness of green fruit.
Another process may be described
as follows: The fruit is cut up in thin
pieces by machinery, and then placed
on galvanised wire cloth in a close
room that excludes all dust and in
sects. A heated current of air is then
forced through it by a powerful ex
haust fan, which completes the dry
ing process in from four to six hours.
Fruit dried in this manner was ex
hibited at our State hair last Fall and
commands in the Sau Francisco
market about fifty percent, more than
sun dried fruits of tlie same varieties.
This latter process is very economical
and effectual, and we would recom
mend those who have any (piautily of
fruit to look to it.
CANNING I'ltl IT.
The more popular mode of preserv
ing fruit of fate years is by canning
and excluding the air so as to prevent
tlie tendency to decay. Any means
by which the air can be effectually ex
cluded from fruit will perscrvc it iv
the same condition us it was in at the
time the air is excluded, any length of
time —even a thousand years. The
most common vessel used for this pur
pose is the tin can. This is probably
the cheapest* but for all fruits that
have a considerable acidity glass Is
much better, Fruit acids act uiatn the
tin and thus the fruit itself acquires v
disagreeable tinny taste, and becomes
actually injurious instead of beneficial
as all fruit should be to health,— [Sac,
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD.
The lirst of October, Tin: Los Anoki.ks IIKK-
Ai.l), a daily and wri'kly newspaper, will
inakc it. appearance, Tho Hatty will be a
neat anil tastily printed seven-e >lmini news
paper, newsy rather than literary in charac
ter. Tin' Weekly will Ik'ii six-column,eight
page paper, and will ointain tla- must iinpor
lanl matter dial has prcv ioiisly appeared in
Tn Daily iikkami.
II is proposed Hint the tlKUAl.lt shall lie an
LinboUghl ndvoeate ol every Interest pcrtiin-
Ingto Southern California and Arizona, ami
a /.ealou.s worker in all things that -hall lend
to benefit tho state. Ih a word 11 will belli
close communion with the People, lv Us col
umns, from time to time will Is' t'ound mat
ters or interest to the California Farmer, Me
chanic, Merchant, Laborer,nnd all rlwnrtrtiof
I'rodue rs; aud it will also contain reading
matter united to the Home I'irclc.
The iiKKAi.it will in-an Independent Demo
cratic jonftial aßd its effort - directed to sweep
ing from power uml place those now misman
aging tlie a tin its of tlie Nation. I'ort lie accom
pl is h men t of this em I, It will hail with sat isfac
tioii tlieco-opcratlon oftlc niemliersof ull I'.ir
tics, believing that the prosperity, perhaps
safety, of the Nanoii depends upon I lie siieeess
ofn movement ofthis character. It is" relOi in
now or revolulion hereafter."
Tho llKHAi.ii will advocate State nights and
oppose l 'en Ira limit ion; It will encotirngc White
and opposeOootle Immigration, it will favor
Kree Trade, and oppose Protective Tnrill; II
will advocate a tirei nlmek Currency torCiill
tornia, ami oppoaethe present dwarfing and
deadening policy wliieh uphold* the present
ruinous rales of interest und shuts out Lastcrii
capital. It Will advocate the people und op
pose Monopolies, no matter what guise they
While the Hi itAi.n will treat Slavery as a
dead issue, It will earnestly advocate Ihc
right oi every Slide, Ih- it Northern or Soutli
ci n— .Massachusetts or South Carolina— to gov
ern Itself iv accordance with tlie wishes of Us
people, and the dictates of the federal Con
stitution, without national Interference,
The Hkkami will opppse thieving and pecu
lation. No man rigidly owns a dollar unlit
he earns 11. Kvery dollar which is taken
from the public treasury or private purse
Without n Juhl return is rnhhcrv, and he who
takes this money is a thief. Believing this,
tin- HKHAI.nwiU iiupofw salary steuls, custom
steals, hunt steals, railroad steals, ulld every
kind of steals.
Kach day, tha mi lent Foreign and Domestic
Te login Inn will l.c puhiislico. Tlie aim will
In' to supply, in this part of the Slide, tn,, de
ne,n.l heretofore lilted hy the Sim Krunelsco
• Indies. Notroulth- or expense will spared
to make the Hkh.w.h, in this respect, equal lo
any newspaper on tin-Const. It will also con
tain a full lie view of the I/tcai and Foreign
Markets, and Ihc Trades gcnerallv, honestu
ti ml can-fully eompih-il.
Delivered by Carrier*, per month * l to
" par year WIN
By stall or Rxprewi, " jii ut
By Mail or Fvpress, per year ijl on
" " " per quarter Ina
| | W
j| The Raco of Time Keeper*.
HARPER & DALTON,
WIIOI.KSAI.F. A I'U HKT.UI. DF.AU'.ItS IN
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
HABPKB Ik DALTOA' KEET THE LARGEMT
STOCK IX I.OS ANOELEH OF THK
MOST VARIED (iOODS.
EVERY KIND OP
] loiisoliolcl 111*11 itut*<»,
Ivit clion J^iii*iiitui*«»,
A.«»Ti«:*iil tiii*»l Xniploiiioiits,
PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
PROMPTLY AND NKAThY K.XF.t I'TF.D AT I.oW KATKX
It eiiieiiihec the A<UW-cmm:
HATII *F2 fl *V 1 > Jk.l /r« > m.
NO. HI MAIN Mill l l. Hatßiyi Hlochl I.OH AN 4.1.1 IS
AG EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
BRODRICK & CO.
(ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOH ANUELESj,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
A < (i.MI'I.KTK AssoItTMKNT OF
(MBoe Wt»tloii«f*ry *V ftchool Hooks.
Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished
at Publishers' Prices.
DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC.
for fNtelnwf»y Pianoi mid
NEW PUBLICATIONS JCST RECEIVED.
F. If. WORKMAN. WM, 11. Wl IKK MAN.
MAM I'Ai Tl'ltK.lts AND IMPORTER* of
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS,
SADDIJOWY WAHIO. Kto,
A 0000 AssoItTMKNT OF
Ltftclto**' find (.onllenieirH Traveling BftgfM, HnicholN
nn<l VallM<*ai ou iinmi.
FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEAM HARNESS AND SADDLES
oKol lt OWN MANI'I'ACTt'HK, <'IINSTANTLY ON 11 AND.
W«J ARE l'lt KI'AHKI) TO OFfISB ORRAT I3N
RICEMK.NTS TO 1»I' U< lIAMEKN.
flrr REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED 10,
Come and see us ut the of (lv- RIO HORSK, TO MAIN STREET LOS
«»S uml UU3 I lay street, San Francisco, and IUI Klrat tfreet, Port hind, Oregon
AGENT FOR STEINWAY'S GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS,
Fur 111*- whole I'iteille Ciinsl.
Also Agent for the IHIItDKTT OHOAN.the NHONINOKIt ORGAN, HAINRs MAMfi
the Trehle Bridge Ouild, Church Hquare, Kit A Mill A BACH, KHN^"|' lIABI-KIl nud
KfKNISCH ri'lthlllT PIANO. auJ'The ONLY Music I'ul.llsl Ing Hon.-,, ,«, Ie Pa
(•oust. <j«i Hit ASM AND HTRJNQ iNHTItr MKNT*. of the thiest quality and tone
Music mailed on receipt of marked price.
...,-i - •
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
J O B
OPToaiTK THE rorHT hoisk,
r pHE attention of the btMlnem eoni
* inanity of Itm Angeles city uml county
l« Invited to itie lUejl i>ti-M of thin otllce for exe
cuting •rer> deocMptlon of
BOOK r JOB PRINTING
Fully alive to the inferior manner In which
v great part of tho .loh Printing in southern
t'nlifornia lias hitherto been executed, thu
proprietors of thi* eatnMMhtnent have deter
mined to Institute a new order of tilings in
A NEW POWER PRESS,
line tirst to reach this far south ou ihe Pacific
I 'oust , en pa tile i,f printing a
LA ROE SHEET POSTER,
either plain or in color*, Is already running,
and in a lea' weeks will he driven hy
Which will also Ist alt itched to their new ami
• 101 l PI'OHKOS.
The facilities fir turning out work will thus
la- equal to most and superior lo many offices
in Han Krniici«co.
A SPLENIRO ASSORTMENT
IN 13 w r r Vl* 13
of tiie most modern designs ami approved
Kastcru manufacture, has barn selected. And
ii is Intended so to equip and furnish thla de
THE BEBT PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,
AS TO MUK TOM
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
They have engaged a- tort man of litis de
partment, one of the most experienced tfcxdi
mul loii Pilot us in the country j and (he
presses will he superintended hy a Skilled I
Pressman front one of the largest offices in I
Will he printed from New Type, and the
greatest can exercised to insure accuracy and
freedom from typographical errors.
POSTERS it HANDBILLS
Plain or In colors, ctecut d at very short no
tice und displayed In Die heat manner.
STATEMENTS, B ' LL HEA ° S '
Of Ihls class of work we shttll make a spe
cialty, uud Intend that nothing of Ihc kind
shall equal us iv this section.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
Punted |na Htiperior manner.on plain writ
ing paper, or ou Bond aud Itmk Note Paper,
in Muck or colors.
IN OOM» AND COI.OHS.
WtW Wh -hall pity particular attention to
Which will be printed In the old NtvlcTypn
now so universally in fsvor, mill which we
have procured specially lor this class of work.
We shall ulso he provided for the prlnlini; of
BILLS OF FARE,
TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS,
AND aVKRT VAKIKTV Of
IT.AIN AND OKNAMKNTM,.
Job Printing House,
DOTTER & LORD,
NO. 86 MAIN STREET,
Have a Better Assortment than Ever!
A>l> CHOICK <j<M)I>S
I»ri<*<>K >*4<ill Hoduood
Elegant Parlor Furniture made in order tn mil taale of purehaaer, at Nam ►'aAwrmro
pmckm, mul more durable work ifuaranteett.
snjiri !) Walnut, Laurel uml Muhngnny lled'toom suits nf remarkably low rater,
Also, foramon und Medium Furniture, of uew nud novel dcsluhs, at prieim i<> conn-pond.
No second band l*onU« handled by hum llrm In any shape. No ininrt'Drew-ntntloii a I toured.
Pinespring Muttrewun n H|iecliilty, Wreitt vurletj nl Wall Ifaper, Window shades, Lace
mul Nottlnrhanttlartnlui',t'oudeeN,ele.,ete. .Musicstands, I'iano st.mi.s and llanotlover*
ul less than san Kranclson prices. Klaborutc Draperies hirundicd, nf auy design, daawinca of
which may Is-seen on nppllcntl.Ml. < Wily House in the city who have a wagon i mci:< lAl.ii
hill It lor the sale and careful moving of Kurni litre. Itood* delivered uuy aln re within Hie clly
limits. rattK OK I'll ABO K.
ROI.K AtIKNTH FOKTIIK NEW AXIiciiMI'I.KTi: si lis ITU TK. FOR PI. YHYKIMNU.
Agent* aw Ihe Improved and the NEW I.ock-stitcm (IROVER d MAKER MSWINCi
Some NMW styles inny now he Keen never he lore inlrodaced.
OIL ( LOTUS, MATTIHa,
Rugs, Mats. Etc.
WE WILL HEM.
| Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths, and anything else
pertaining to the Trade,
At Less Rates than any other parties in this city.
A new si lection of samples of
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS, FOR THE FALL TRADE,
•lITXT HKt'El\ Kl>.
CtarpotM ftfftttiiiflr. Oil Cloth,
\l VIVIIKIi AND I,Vili laiWN.
Tapestries Cut and Made to Order.
WITH DOTTER A LORD, No. HQ Main BTRRRT.
Sign of the Big Red Rocker, 86 Main Street, Los Angeles.
No. 8 Commercial Street.
goo 4 i) <;<>i,i> aoouni j
Gorgeously Grand Gems!
Rubies, Emeralds, Sapphires,
Garnets, Opals, Onyx,
Amethysts, Topaz, Turquoise.
a rru i.iNi: ok
Gold, Silver and Platina, Swiss, English and American Stop
Watches—Stem and Key Winders;
BRIDAL wkts, mx;klacks AND icirrn.
RINtiK, BRKASTIMNS, RTUDfI AND Rl TTONS,
Gipsy Rings, Wedding Rings, Spectacles, Eye Classes,
Single and Double;
EIGHT DAY CLOCKS AND REGULATORS, OF EVERY MAKE &, STYLE.
Tne Best Display of Elegant Jeweliry in Southern California!
U*&' All known Jewela sot to order, in the Latent Styles,
ART AND PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY!
The facilities In this Studio for the exeeiilion of KINK Pill >'l'< MiltAl'llS are
Unequalled by any other House in Los Angeles!
<>l«l 1 *l<*t lafOK
COPIED, ENLARGED and RETOUCHED at this Gallery ONLY!
None but the Best Artists Employed-all Work Warranted!
Avoideoniiinr lute in tlie afternoon during the short ilavs, if you de-
Hire v soft anil artistic Picture.
WHoi.KHAI.K AND RRTAIL IiKAI.KH IN
FURNITURE, CABINETWARE, BEDDING
Crockery, Window Shades, Looking Glasses,
t&r Pictures Framed, Furniture Upholstered, Varninhed uml Repaired."^!
Ware Rooms, Spring Bt., next to Herald Office