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A SPRING IN A WATCH
AN IMPORTANT BIT OF STEEL THAT
FREQUENTLY BREAKS.
Watchmakers Say That Sudden Change*
of Weather Are Dangerous to These
Uncertain Pieces of Mechanism —Maln-
•prince in Expensive Watch/' h.
"Mainsprings are very much like peo
ple," said a Broadway watchmaker the
ether day. "They are as susceptible to
extreme degrees of heat and cold as
human beings. When the thermometer
is hovering around the freezing point or
dancing away up in the nineties the lit
tle mainspring will give up in disgust
and uncoil itself and die, just as men
Succumb to freezing or sunstroke."
This uncertain piece of mechanism is
supposed to be adjusted to meet the
various degrees of temperature, but
when the change is very great and
comes with short notice there is nothing
that can prevent them from snapping.
They are made in Switzerland of the
very finest quality of steel, absolutely
flAwless. Very often the watchmaker
can detect a bad spring before putting
it in the watch, either by its color or
the softness of its spring. These have
been too highly tempered in the making,
and instead of being subjected to merely
a red heat the fire has been brought to
white heat, thus weakening the strength
of the metal. The finest watches that are
handled by reliable dealers are put
through a "cooking and freezing" proc
ess before they are sold, for the purpose
of testing their reliability in all temper
atures.
The watch is first placed in a little
metal box, which is made airtight.
Then a strong gas flame is turned on
the under surface of the box and is kept
there for two or three hours, so that the
watch is so hot at the end of that time
that it could not be touched with the
bare hand. FrOm this it is immedi
ately taken and put into another me
tallic box which is buried in ice. There
the costly watch is allowed to freeze
for an equal length of time, when its
torture ceases and the examination is
made. If during this excessive test the
watch appears to have ticked merrily
on without deviating a fractional part
of a second it is placed back in the case
and marked "guaranteed for two years."
The mainspring is the first piece of
mechanism that succumbs to the test.
If it survives nothing else need be.f eared.
Mainsprings are, however, about the
only part of a watch that the jeweler
cannot successfully diagnose. They can
guarantee any of the numberless little
wheels or pivots or balances that go to
make up the anatomy of the watch, but
the mainspring has as yet baffled the
most skilled makers of watches of all
countries. It is not so much the severe
extremes of the weather that prove fatal
to the spring as it is the process of
changing from hot to cold, or vice versa
Like the human frame, if the ribbonlike
little coil of steel can withstand the ef
fects of this change it may be considered
proof against breaking when the change
to normal weather comes.
Many people who have been possessors
of new watches but a Hii.ut. store cuuiv
into the dealer's with blood in their eyes,
declaring that they havo paid an enor
mous price for the timepiece and the
mainspring has broken after only a
week's use.
'"That is nothing,"remarked the jewel
er. "We havo them snap in our case
before the watch has ever been shown
for sale." Others imagine that they
might have wound the watch too tight,
but tbis does not harm it. It is rather
the jerky, hurried winding that will
eventually tell on the temper of the
metal. Every good stem winder has a
stop placed in the stem, which prevents
the winding too tight.
Damp weather has an ill effect on
mainsprings, and in England they do
not as a rule last as long as in this coun
try. A severe thunder and lightning
storm also frequently proves disastrous
to the durability of the spring. A dealer
who took in seventy-nine watches on one
day said that one summer on a day im
mediately following a terrific electrical
storm there were twenty-one watches
brought into his store within five hour a
for new mainsprings. The cost of a new
mainspring is the small part of making
such repair. It is tho putting them in,
the labor expended, that costs. It costs
from twelve to fifteen dollarß to put a
mainspring in the Jurgensen watch and
a little less in a Patek Phillippe, while
in a cheaper American make it may
cost only fifty cents or a dollar.
A man purchased a $300 Jurgensen
from a leading dealer several years ago,
and shortly after he left for a tour
around the world. He was gone a year,
and when he returned he went back to
the dealer with bis watch and com
plained: "Here's a watch I paid you
$800 for a year ago, and while I was
traveling abroad it lost two minutes.
You guaranteed it, and I want you to
make it good." The watch was placed
in the window with this card be
side it:
"This watch lost only two minutes in
a year in a trip around the world. Price
$800." It sold within an hour.
It is said that one bar of iron costing
$6 will produce $250,000 worth of main
springs.
Some springs are made in this country
by the manufacturers of cheap watches.
These springs are several feet long and
take nearly two minutes to wind up.—
New York World.
Hia Excuse.
Patient—Great Scott, doctor, that's
a frightful bill you've presented.
Doctor (with dignity>-Not so large,
sir, when you come to think that it is
my first case and I had to study up on
half a library full of authorities.—De
troit Free Press.
Fairy Answered.
Gentleman—Riding a bicycle up such
a steep hill as this is a great deal harder
than walking. Why don't you get oflE
and push it?
Boy—l just got it.—Good News.
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Hong tee's Gloslng-Out Sale.
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LOS" ANGELES HERALDi SATTTBDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 18ft.
Xho Anther of an Oi l C»a>i>Ktgu Song.
Tliero is satisfactory evidence that the
words of "Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too,"
were written by A. C. Roes, of Zanes
ville, O. This was the original song.
The words tiien comprised only a com
paratively few versoß. The song was
such a success that additions were made
to them in all direction. Here is an
instance in point. The Whigs unexpect
edly carried the state of Maine, electing
Edward Kent by a very small margin
for governor. This verse immediately
appeared:
Have you heard from Maine, Maine, Maine,
good news and true?
It went, hell bent, for Governor Kent, and
Tippecanoo nnd Tyler too.
And with them we'll beat little Van, Tan,
Van.
Ob, Van is a "used up man," etc.
As regards the music, it was adapted
from a familiar air of the times, which
had the not very attractive name of
"Little Pig's Tail." Henry Russell was
an Englishman, and at that period was
the most popular concert singer in this
country. He was a composer, but he
did not compose thjs tune, and probably
would not have been very proud if he
had been credited with its authorship.
It is altogether likely that the Whigs
engaged him to sing it in Boston, as he
told our correspondent that he did sing
it as he stood in a window near the cor
ner of Washington and Milk streets.
Mr. Russell must be a gentleman well
advanced in years by this time. It is a
great many years since he ceased to sing
in public in this country. It may be in
teresting to know that he is the father
of W. Clark Russell, the popular writer
of nautical novels.—Boston Herald.
Coins of Value.
"Some pennies are worth a good deal
of money," said a dealer in coins. "If
you come across an old collection of
copper cents in an out of the way corner
you will do well to examine their dates
carefully. From the point of view of
the numismatist their value depends
largely upon their condition. For ex
ample, for a cent of 1799 in a fair state
of preservation we pay five dollars, but
for a specimen of the same issue in first
rate condition we would pay from ten
to twenty-five dollars, and for a perfect
cent of 1799—that is, as bright and sharp
as the day it was coined—we will pay
.SIOO.
"Do not attempt to clean coins that
are in fine condition. They should be
held only by the edges in handling them,
and ought to be kept wrapped carefully
in chamois skin or soft tissue paper or
laid on velvet. Gold and silver coins
may be rinsed, not washed, in hot water
and soap. Copper coins should be placed
in sweat oil only to remove grease and
dirt. Acids and scouring will ruin anj
coin of worth. Age does not necessarily
make value in coins. The old Spanish
silver pieces current in this country'
from 1700 to 1800 are worth no more
than their face, and the same is the case
with cents of 1798, 1802 and 1803, as well
as with half dollars of dates between
1805 and 1885."—Washington Star.
An Old Question Asked Anew.
The old question has been lately asked
anew, Why fill the infant mind with
images of cruelty and horror? Why
—asratrt k> innocence the dreadful vision
of ogres fattening captives like sheep
for their table? Why torture it with
that appalling cabalistic bloody invoca
tion, Fee, faw, fain? Why permit the
hoary murderer Blue Beard to terrify
the young before in historical sequence
they reach Henry VIII, in no exten
uating page of Froude, but as the
grisly murderer and defender of the
faith of the older annals? And why per
plex the callow pilgrim scarcely em
barked on the journey of life, which the
reverend and the wise describe as a
moral warfare, by the rhyme which de
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the copious pudding a good boy?
Why is a glutton who triumphs in his
gluttony to be commended in honeyed
measure as good, while nothing is said
in praise—nay, ho is not even mentioned
—of the virtue of the unnamed com
rade, who was undoubtedly present and
who restrained his desire to pull out
plums, and who, so. far as posterity
knows, not only had no plum, but also
forbore the sauce?— George William
Curtis in Harper's.
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REGULAR
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REGULAR
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JAMES HANLEY,
REGULAR
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FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH EIBTRI'ET.
jyj T. COLLINS.
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RKPUBLICAN NOMINKKS.
Regular Republican nominee for
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Thirty-ieventh Senatorial District,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1882
JOHN C. CLINE,
Regular Republican nominee for
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Election Tuesday, November 8,1892,
*J*RO WBRIDGE H. WARD.
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY CLERK.
Election Tnesday, November 8,1892.
E. LOPEZ,
(Present City Auditor i
Begn!ar Republican nominee for
' • i
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Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
pRANK M. KELBE'f\
Regular Republican nominee for
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Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
BRAY,
Regular Republican nominee for
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Election Tuesday. November 8,
JABBZ BANBURY,
egalar Republi can nomine* for
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Election Tuesday, November a. 1892.
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Regular Repot llcan nominee 1 for
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(Second Snper vliorlal District].
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Subject to the decision of the Democratic
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Subject to the decision of the Bepublican
City Convention.
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Subject to the decision of the Bepublloan City
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3
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Soldb,
l_. W, GODIN,
I=4 North Spring Street
J. M. Qriffith, President.
H. Q. Stevenson, Vioe-Pres. and Trees.
T. E. Nichols, Bec'y. B. L. Chandler, Bunt.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers of
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS,
Mill Work of Every Description.
934 N. Alameda Street, Los Angelea-
Jul tf
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EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS
J and 147 N. Main Street.
JERRY ILLICB, Proprietor.
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DR. WONQ HIM.
Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided in
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tion as a thorough physician has been tally es
tablished and appreciated by many. His lam
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onesty.
The dootor graduated in the foremost colj
leges, alao practiced in the largest hospitals o-
Cantou, china. The doctor speaks Spanish
fluently.
OFFICE: New number, 639; old number
117 Upper Main street P. 0. box (164, Sta
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NOTICE OP SALE OP BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE
board of directors of Modesto Irrigation
Distrlt t, duly given and made on the 7th day o
September, 181)2, notice 1b hereby given tha
said board of "IrectiTs will Bell to the highes
and best bidder the bonds of raid lrrlgatloi
dlattlct to the xmaunt of fifty eight thousani
dollars (ssB,OOOi,nearlnp Interest at tbe rate o
6 per cent per annum, payubl- teml-annuelly
en to Ist day of January and July of eaci
year, on the presentation of the Interest con
p ins at the office of the treasurer of said dis
trict.
Bald bonds are issued by the board of direct
ors of Mn 10-to Irrigation District, in accord
ance with and by the authority of an act ol
the legislature of the state of California, en
tiled "An act to provide for the organisation
and government of irrigation districts, and to
provide for the acquisition of water and other
properly, and for the distribution of wale
tberebv for irrigation purposes." Approve!
March 7, 1887.
Said bonds will be sold for cash, and for not
lass than 90 per centum of the face valne
thereof. .
Sealed proposals and bids for the purchase of
said bonds will be received by tbe raid board
of directors at their office in the olty of Mo
des' o. county of Stanislaus, state of California,
and may be addressed to or left with C. 8. Ab
bott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cal., at any time after the date of ihls notice
and until 2:30 o'clock p.m. on the 4th day of
October, A. D. 1892, at which time and place
the said sale will be made.
(•aid bonds will be each of the denomination
of $500, and will be negotiable In form, and
will confer c In all respects to the require
ments of said act.
The board of directors reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
B ds must be sealed and addressed to the
secretary of said board, and Indorsed: "Pro
posals for Modesto Irrigation lstrlet Bonds.'
Done by order of the board of directors o:
Medtstolrrigation District September?. 1893
FRANK A. CRESSEY, President.
C. S. Abbott, Secretary. 9-10 26t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OP LOUIS LICHTENBEROER, DX
ceased. Notice is hereby given by the nn
dersigned, executrix of the last will and
testament of Louis Llchtenberger, deceased, to
the creditors of. and al persons having claim
against the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within ten
months after tbe first publication of this
notice, to the said executrix, at the office of A
W. Button, attorney at law, in Temple block
Los Angeles olty, California, the same belni
the place for tbe transaction of the businesso
said esiate, in said county of Los Angeles.
Dated Le Angeles, California, this loth day
of September, 1892.
MBS. EMILIE LICHTENBERGER,
Ixecntrix of the last mill and testament of
Louis Llchtenberger, deceased. 9-16-6 w

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