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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 August 1890

REDONDO BEACH CROWDED WITH PLEASURE SEEK- ERS YESTERDAY. People "Who "Were Noted On the Sands— The Grand Event to Be Given Tonight. Redondo, youngest of the seaside re sorts of Southern California, already stands among the leaders in business and society. Natural advantages and capital combined are making the struct ure of a town that will be as permanent as the country itself. The morning train on the Santa F6 brought down thirteen car loads of pass engers. Till late in the afternoon both this and the Redondo road continued to land at the beach thousands of the lovers of the sea. The hotel was filled with guests ; the beach, wharf and pa vilion swarmed with promenaders, and many availed themselves of the privi lege of a dip in the sea. During their stay here the Palmer Company will be the guests of the Hotel Redondo. A large party fromthe hotel go to Los Angeles tonight to hear the Palmer Company in their opening engagement. Hancock Banning and Win. Lacy, Jr. have spent Sunday here...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 August 1890

6 MAN. I was born as free as the silvery light That laughs in a southern fountain; Free as the sea fed bird that nests On a Scandinavian mountain; Free as the wind that mocks at the sway And pinioning clasp of another— Yet in the slave they scourged today I saw, and knew—my brother!— Vested in purple I sat apart. But the cord that smote him bruised me; Closed my ears, but the sob that broke From his savage breast accused me; No phrase of reasoning judgment just The plaint of my soul could smother, A creature vile, abased to the dust, I knew him still—my brother. And the autumn day that had smiled so fair Seemed suddenly overcrowded; A gloom, more dreadful than nature owns, lay human mind enshrouded; I thought of the power benign that made And bound men one to the other, And I felt in my brother's fear afraid. And ashamed in the shame of my brother. —Florence Earle Coates. Why the Doctor Cried. Dr. Hill's autocratic bearing in the sick room gave strangers no hint of the deep sympathy...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 August 1890

DIPPED IN BOILING OIL. A Trying Ordeal In Ceylon to Detect a Culprit from Several Suspects. Recently the district judge at Kalutara, Ceylon, had before him three persons, in cluding a village headman, charged with causing grievous hurt to four others by requiring them to plunge their right hands into a caldron of boiling oil. The medical evidence described the hands as being in "a sodden, suppurating condition," the fingers being in some cases deformed. In all cases the injured persons were unable to follow their ordinary avocations for about a month. The facts of the case, as stated in the judgment, were these: A woman in the village had some plumbago and rice stolen from her; a headman made inquiry, aud failing to obtain a clew to the thief an nounced that it would be necessary on the third day to hold an ordeal by boiling oil. This appears to be a not uncommon cus tom in remote parts of the country, and formalities are as follows: Some oil from newly gathered king cocoanuts is ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 August 1890

8 A NOD IS AS GOOD A.S A WINK TO A BLIND HOPSE. O X Don't,wait for a brick house to fall on you, before you take a tumble to yourself. We shall this week continue our great H^H Alteration Sale > 0 And offer bigger and more attractive BARGAINS Than ever. The public acknowledge our GREAT $9.65 SALE Positively the Best Values o Ever offered in Los Angeles. We shall do still better for you this week. $9.65—59.65—5.966 '* > Will be the ruling price this week for some very Ila i ]dsori ie Business Suits **j We will not mention how much other houses ask for the same goods, their price would scare you if placed in print. C H IC A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 10,1890: W'ther a. m. 1 6 Max. tern., 82; mm. tern.. 64: Rainfall past 24 hours, .03. A. M. Hinman is registered at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. James Ford have re turned from a tour to the Yellowstone Park and are at the Hollenbeck. M. Creswell Mushet, Manager ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

X THE HERALD 1 "Stands for the Interests of < 3 n, 3outhern California. j k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 120. BACKBONE BROKEN. The Vanderbilt Strike Ends In a Fizzle. Traffiic Resumed on the New York Central. Nearly All Trains Again Running; on Schedule Time. The Engineers and Firemen Refused to Join the Strikers—lncidents of the Strike. Associated Tresa Dispacches. | New York, August 11— Vice-Pres ident Webb, of the New York Central, says he is confident tbe backbone of the strike is broken. At oo'clockthis after noon there was much to sustain his position. At this end of the line every thing seems to be working the com pany's ways. Danger of serious trouble, however, is at Albanj and Syracuse, and points beyond. Reports this morning said the strikers at those places were in an ugly mood. At Syracuse several companies of militia are under arms ready to move to any threatened point, while at Albany there is a large force of Pinkerton men, whose presence is like ly to lead ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

2 IN THE COURTS. Federal Offenders Who Are to be Tried. A Nolle Prosequi Motion that is Rejected. Henry Edelman's Trials to Follow Closely. A Term Trial Jury Ordered Drawn for the U. S. Court—A Sloop Made a Defen dant. E. W. Hendrick and Oscar A. Trippet ■were yesterday admitted by Judge Ross to practice in the Federal Courts. In the U. S. District the following criminal cases were yesterday set for trial: Wm. Kerran for attempting to retake property seized by the U. S. Marshal, set for August 26 at 11 o'clock; Henry Garland, cutting timber on gov ernment land, October 14th at 11 o'clock ; Ernest AVultf, smuggling, August 28th ; Joseph Woodman, cutting timber on government land, October 19th; James Johnson, two cases, selling liquor to Indians, September 2nd; Tirsio Dorame, Belling liquor to Indians, September 4th :Lu Chung, alias Dr. Wo Sing, aid ing and abet ting Chinanien to unlawfully enter the United States, October 20th; Jacob Nreeland, refusing to answer questions of census e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

WEST COAST NOTES. Three Convicts Escape From San Quentin. The Coast Line Railway to Be Completed at Once. Colonel Crocker Accepts the Prof fered Assistance. Firebugs Get in Their Work at Napa. Frands Perpetrated Under the Desert Land Act. Associated Tress Dispatches. I San Quentin PBisoN,Cal., August 11 — This afternoon about 1 o'clock three convicts named Hauley, Turcott and Manning, who were repairing a wind mill belonging to the prison, made their escape. After refusing to halt at the command of the guards two Gattling guns were turned loose on them. Bullets fell all around them, but none struck them. When they reached the prison boundary they were challenged by the vidette porter,] and they shot his horse from under him. It is supposed that they are in the brush half a mile from San Rafael, and it is said that they opened a fusilade on the guards, who have them cornered. Nineteen guards are thoroughly searching the hills for them. A. Turcott, who for murder was serving a life se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

4 DAILY JIERALIX^ —ro»iJBHM>— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JOSBTH D. LYNCH. JA JIKS J. AVERS. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. ISntared at the postofjce at Los Angeles as second- c.ass matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS aoe. Per "Week, or 80c. I'er Month. TERMS BY KAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Hebald, three months 60 Illustrated Hebald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. the papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will bs promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers Will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the ■sine have been paid for in advance. This rule to Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Dally Herald" Mar be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice ««w*-ctand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

A BLAZE OF GLORY. The Chautauquans Have Their Fourth of July. A Lecture Last Night by Rev. The Blind Man Eloquent Talks of Past Times. A Great Day at the Beach—The Aquatic Display of Firework—Large Crowds in Attendance. "Flush Times in Mississippi and America's Most Brilliant Orator" was the subject of Rev. AY. H. Milburn's lec ture yesterday morning. Referring to the state in the "Twen ties" he characterized it as a period without a parallel ml history,—save that of California in '49, when men with utter disregard of„their Maker's laws strove to live as [if sensual gratification was the aim of existence, —when they abandoned themselves to the possession of those things that can but distort and dwarf our natures,—forgot the law, that only by the sweat of thy brow shalt thou be rich, —formed a very pan demonium,—yet a fool's paradise. Of the "most brilliant orator" he said, "In 1727 there glided in upon this scene the form of a man, perfect save for the halting of the limb,—a man of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

6 That Day. How terrible they are—some days that eat into the brain and stamp themselves on the memory for all mortal time! We can forget weeks of placid living, but never the pain that comes with one day of grief. A poor little faded woman had been brought into court as witness in a dis agreeable case involving very serious issues. The entire case depended on the fact that a paper had been signed on a cer tain day, and this the forlorn little woman was prepared to prove. "You saw the paper signed?" asked the opposing counsel in cross examination. "Yes, sir." "You take your oath that it was the 30th of August?" "I know it was, sir." The lawyer, who thought another date could be proved, assumed an exasperating smile and repeated her words. "Youknow it was! And now be so good as to tell us just how you know it." The poor little creature looked from one countenance to another with wide, sorrow- ; ful eyes, as if she sought understanding and sympathy. Theu her gaze rested on the face of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

LET THE GIRLS NURSE. A TRAINING THAT WOULD BE IN VALUABLE TO EVERY FAMILY. Every Female Should Be Taught How to Treat the Sick and to Make Her Pres ence in the Invalid's Room tike a Ray of Sunshine. "If I had a dozen girls," said a dear old lady whose sole hostage to fortune chanced to be a boy, and one not very well trained at that, "I would have them all finish their education In a training school for nurses." As she uttered this wise remark she was standing at the foot of a sick bed watching the very amateurish attempt of a wen meaning but inexperienced hand to ar range the pillows, etc., to the satisfaction of an invalid. And her remark was heart ily echoed by both amateur nurse and the poor sick one, whose nerves were being rasped by the kindly meant but unavailing attempts to render him comfortable. In these days of thoroughness of train ing in all lines of education, when schools of manual training are regarded as de cidedly the proper thing for the education of boys who have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 August 1890

8 1 2 BUY YOUR BUY YOUR clothing BOYS' WEAR 0 AT THE RELIABLE CHICAGO CHICAGO^ CLOTHING CLOTHING « COMPANY, GMPiNY. > — ollLl ollli o STRICTLY WE GIVE AWAY A Pair 4 Boys A., goods marked in plain QJjg j^. 3 4 5 c BUY YOUR BUY YOUR BUY YOUR BUY YOUR Q MMB ttrwart HOSIERY "ggm 'l AT THE AT THE AT THE RELIABLE AND Chicago rT r TrAro CHICAGO NEGKWARE J 1 vx w At the Wide Awake jj> CLOTHMCO. CLOTHE GO. CLOTHING CO. CHICAGO z They carry a full line of Cor. Spring and Franklin! w fITTHNR- fill k: Their Styles, Prices and Silk, Silk and Wool, All UUUJ.IJIIIU UU. s, 1 Qualities are right. Wool, Lisle Thread, Bal- We handle every grade of brigan and Merino Under- Socks from the Seamless Our entire stock is marked All goods in plain figures ware at prices defying com- three pair for twenty-five up to in plain figures from which no and no deviations. [ petition. pure Silk at one seventy-five, deviahon is made. CHICAGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

k THE HERALD ] " Stands for the Interests of *3 a Southern California. J 4 SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 121. NOT IN A HURRY. The Republican Convention Making Haste Slowly. An Adjournment taken After Temporary Organization. nColonel M.arkham's Chances for Nor- ination Improved. The Morrow Men not Very Confident. Shippee or Coombs a Possible Dark Horse. Associated Press Dispatches [ Sacramento, August 12—The repub lican state convention which met this afternoon, accomplished nothing beyond effecting a temporary organization, and tonight the delegates are waiting until morning to commence the active work of the convention. If the action of this afternoon can be taken as an indication, the majority of the delegates are in on hurry to reach the work before them. AVhen a motion was made to adjourn until tomorrow morning, there was a slight murmur of disapproval, and an amendment was offered, naming 8 o'clock this evening as the time for re assembling. Apparently not more than one-t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

BANKS AND TAXES. Financial Institutions Appar ently Assessed Too Low. City Attorney McFarland Prods them Up. They Will Probably Give Legal Ex planations. The Council Sits As a Board of Equaliza tion—Several Matters Acted Upon. A Bew weeks ago the board of equali zation of the city council, at the sugges tion of city attorney McFarland, de termined to test the question as to whether or not the banks of this city could not he compelled to bear their just proportion of the burden of taxation, in equal ratio with the other business enterprises of the city. With this end in view, notices were sent to the various banks, citing their representatives to appear before the board to show cause why they should not be assessed upon their credits, in accordance with the •view taken by the city attorney, of the -question. Accordingly at 10 o'clock yesterday morning the council chamber was thronged with bankers, attorneys, and others interested in the various banks of the city, all of whom were una...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

A DAY IN CONGRESS. The Tariff Debate in the Senate. Further Attempts to Gag the Democrats. The Tin Plate Schedule Under Consideration. The House Extends the Time of Last Year's Appropriations for Current Expenses. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, August 12—In the sen ate today Hale reported back the house bill to extend the census law so as to require information to be obtained from incorporated express companies. Passed. Edmunds, from the judiciary commit tee, reported an amendment to the river and harbor bill. He explained that its purpose was to make it unlawful to ob struct the navigation of any navigable rivers or waters of the United States. Laid on the table and ordered printed. Emunds presented a motion for a change of rules by limiting the debate on the tariff bill. Laid on the table and ordered printed. Blair also offered a resolution for such a change of rules as will permit the previous question to be moved after a proposition has been considered two days. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD, PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Jomfh D. Lynch. James J. Aysrs. AVERS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as ' second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS £j fOe. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. fmwwK BY MAIL, ISCLCDINO POBTAGE: DA.Lt Herald, one year W r DAILY Herald, six months Daily Herald, thTee months t ■OUT Hbbald, one year t WnxxY Herald, six months.. . aOO Weekly Hbbald, three mouths .. •, aLlostbatbd Hirald, per copy. 60 ...v.. 15 Notice to Mall HV •{he papers oi all delink <*.•■> t her p. to the Los Angeles r ,«»nt mail subscribers promptly discontin' ,ak.Y Hebald will ba will be sent to su' j«d hereafter. No papers game have been jswibers by mail unless the fa inflexible. . ptid for in advc.nce. This rule AVERS & LY'NCU. Hay y TfVe "Daily Herald" hot tn San Francisco at the Palace » .ditaeWs-sttrnd; in Chicago at the Postoffice 103 East Attams street; in Denver 4ft Smith A Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and ~ tawtenoe •streets....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

SON AGAINST MOTHER. It is Battery for a Parent to Strike a Child. In the police court yesterday Madame Maximilienne Le Brun appeared before Justice P. E. King, sitting for Justice Lockwood, for trial upon the charge of battery preferred against her by her son Abel. The complaint alleged that on June 25th last, his mother was at the house of Madame Marie La Conte at No. 138 south Los Angeles street, when he called there to see a friend, named Mathieu Calloux. She at once com menced to abuse him, his wife and family, aud when he remonstrated with her, she threw saucepans and other cooking utensils at him and after following him up from one room to another, slapped him in the face. Madame La Conte and Matthieu Cal loux corrobated this statement in the main. The defendant then took the stand in her own behalf and stated that she was (i 3 years of age, and that her son was 45 years old. There had been ill feelings between them for some time past owing to a dispute over some property she ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

6 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. -An Important Meeting Called for This Afternoon. This afternoon at three o'clock the monthly meeting of the chamber of commerce will take place. This will be' one of the most important meetings held so far, for the matter of appointing committees to the world's fair will come op. Another important subject in con nection with the same matter will be the creating in Chicago of an orange orchard to be a duplicate of the orchards that exist here now. To do this it is neces sary to purchase 300 trees here now and grow them in boxes until time for their removal to Chicago. This is the only way that the orchard can be moved suc cessfully. The experiment of digging up trees and transferring them east im mediately afterward has proved a fail ure. The matter of the removal of the army headquarters to Santa Ft?, New- Mexico will also come up for discussion as well as other things of interest to this section of the country. It is to be hoped that all of the 550 members wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

A WOMAN'S PRAISE. They sat upon the rooks beside the sea; He still a youth, while gray had touched her hair; She praised him, as a woman may who, fair And strong and kind, with gentle ministry", Knows well how great her influence may be. "1 watched your thoughtfulness and tender care Of a younger stranger. In my heart you bear Tho name of gentloman, for courtesy." Years passed, and years divided, as they will, The boy and woman; yet from that glad hour Sweet deeds of goodness came his life to fill. Ah, who shall estimate the wondrous power Of woman's praise—her words for good or 1111 She sowed the seed—eternal blooms the flower. —Sarah K. Bolton in Youth's Companion. THEY WERE AFTER BARGAINS. Three Women In Counsel Over the Merits of a Bath Towel. One is bad enough, two are worse, but three women in counsel over the merits of a hat h towel are enough to make a poor, worn out clerk wish he might depart from earth by the electricity method. "It seems like quite a good one for the mone...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 August 1890

8 1 2 BUY YOUR BUY YOUR clothing BOYS WEAR 0 AT THE . _ ' AT THE RELIABLE HrH CHIGAGOGHICAGOo Clothing Co. Clotlg Co. > Cor. Spring and Franklin. SUIT STRICTLY WE GIVE AWAY A One Price. f a j r 0 j Boys Siitllj ONE Piite. 3 4 5 c BUY YOUR BUY YOUR BUY YOUR BUY YOUR Q mmm Mam HOSIERY "ST Y g AT THE AT THE AT THE RELIABLE AND •CHICAGO fuypApn CHICAGO NEGKWARE J 1 Wl-VX W At the Wide Awake > CLOTHING CO. CLOTHING CO. CLOTHING CO. CHICAGO z — r„„ _. m ».. to. Serine al Frail* n fif mm; m «■ Their Styles, Prices and Silk, Silk and Wool, All UliUlllll.U UU. * ~ Qualities are right. Wool, Lisle Thread, Bal- We handle every grade of brigan and Merino Under- Socks from the Seamless Our entire stock is marked All goods in plain figures ware at prices defying com- three pair for twenty-five up to in plain figures from which no and no deviations. \ petition. pure Silk at one seventy-five, deviation is made. C H ICAGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken...

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