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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

VORACITY OF YOUNG BIRDS. Two Nestlings That Consumed a Snake For a Single Meal. A friend who loves to note the ways of birds tells a robin anecdote which might find a place among the humors of Arcadia. Over a nest of two fledglings which he had for some days been watching he one day noticed the mother robin fluttering about and scolding in unusual agitation, and climbing to discover the reason he found the two young ones nearly choked in an effort to swallow the opposite ends of a snake. The snake was a little brown one, that would have made a light lunch for a secretary bird, but of course was en tirely oversized for the capabilities of the half feathered robin. If the mother bird had even heard about the reptilia of the antipodes she must have captured that snake under the impression that it was an Australian angleworm. Or, perhaps, tired of continual small foragings, she had de termined to procure her family a day's supply at one swoop and give herself a rest. The result alarmed ...

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. — 18 August 1890

8 MEN'S s MEN'S 158.45 \ $9.65 • SUITS. y SUITS. Same goods will cost r\ Regular price iv other elsewhere, M houses. $12.50; $1400 i <o> C Eight Forty-five is no V Nine sixty-five is our price at all. price. A clear sav ing in your Just like finding $4.05. pocket of $4.35. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S f MEN'S I f MEN'S f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 | $3.80 - $465 . pants. PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. T T . a ~ h . ~ Two seventy is the Three eighty for all t Four sixty-five we This is almost like T price we quote for wool, nobby Panta- ■* name for a line of giving'em away, when Pants that are good ryy loons, extra well made, Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 J- value, for more money. perfect fitters and good rip good value for $6.50. for the identical same Other concerns ask styles. Regular value Made as near custom goods. $4-50 for the same. $5-75- v!" 5 work as you can find. CHICAGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 17, 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

v THE HERALD 1 r Stands for the Interests of % a Southern California. J FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 126. DEMOCRATIC HOSTS. Assemblage of the Delegates at San Jose. "The Little City Crowded With Busy Politicians. Clunie and Build on Hand to Combat White. Byron Waters, of San Bernardino, to be Chairman of the Convention—Can didates Serenaded. Associated Tress Dispatches. | San Jose, Cal., August 18.—The streets were filled with marching dele gation all this afternoon and this even ing, and when the last train arrived to night, the city seemed to be overflowing. The sidewalks were blocked in front of the hotels and headquarters, and every body was talking about the various phases of the convention which will open tomorrow. Congiessman Thomr.s J. Clunie arrived at 4 o'clock and was re ceived by a committee and escorted to the California theatre, where a public reception was given him by the citizens of San Jose, as a mark of appreciation of his elforts in securing a new public building for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

2 BAD BEGINNING. Mayor Hazard Registers a Sturdy Protest Against Paying: from the Public Funds for Departmental Errors. The Business Transacted Yesterday by the City Council. A Number of Miscellaneous Matters Acted Upon—Reports of Various Officers Received. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the city council met in regular session, President Frankentield and all the mem bers present. After disposing of the usual prelimina ries, the report of the city engineer was read and adopted. The following message was received from Mayor Hazard, and on motion of Mr. Wirsching it was referred to the city engineer: To the Honorable Council: I return herewith to your honorable body ■without my signature the demand of the Asphalt Pa vine company for $180.90 for repair ing junction of First and Spring streets. The won was done, so the requisition says, "so as to give good drainage." Also requisition passed at meeting of your honorable body, August 4, to raise the grade of the gutter in front of the pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. What the Nation's Lawmak ers are Doing. The House and Senate Regular Proceedings. Senator Edmunds Introduces a Reci procity Treaty. Plumb and Blair Want to Prohibit Drink ing in the Senate Wing of the Capitol. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, August 18. —In the sen , ate, today, Edmunds offered the follow ing amendment to the tariff bill (re ferred to the committee on finance:) That whenever the president of the United States shall be satisfied that a sugar producing country, where sugar is exported into the United States, has abolished its duties or taxes on the im portation of the principal agricultural products of the United States, he may by proclamation diminish or wholly remit the duties imposed by law on sugar or any grade of sugar produced in and exported directly from any such country into the United States, so long as such products of the United States are admitted free of duty or tax into such country and no longer. Edmunds also gave notice of anot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. Xntered at the postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At aOe. Fer Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS ny MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE*. Daily Herald, one year * 8 99 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Wbbkly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three mouths 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers oi all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily P.krald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the tame have been paid for in advance. This rule to Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. Tne "Daily Herald" May be found In San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postofflce •aewß-staNd. 103 East Adamß street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' "news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

RURAL REFORMERS. Farmers Who Want Abuses Stopped. A Branch of the Farmer's Alli ance to be Formed. Rinjring Resolutions Adopted Ajraiiist Rings and Boodles. The Australian Ballot Wanted—Where Does the Public Money go to--A Grand Jury Wanted. A number of the producers of the county met yesterday attheTurnverein, at the call of the Cahuenga Producer's Union. The meeting was called to or der by W. H. t'arlin of Cahuenga. P. T. Durh' was elected temporary chair man and T. J. Luccock, temporary sec retary. A committee, consisting of one from each township, was appointed on permanent organization and order of business. The meeting then adjourned till 1 p ; m. In the afternoon a number of resolu tions were taken up and adopted. A re solution that the farmers of Los Angeles county be recommended to form a sub alliance of the national organization known as the Farmer's Alliance at the earliest opportunity was adopted. Similar action was taken on resolu tions demanding the adoption of a law e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

6 TRICKS IN ALL TRADES. Sow the Maid Servants Got Even with an Obnoxious Hoarder. "Oh, yes, we all have our faults," said a wealthy retired grocer of this city, as he sat with a group of old friends on the ve randa of his west side home. "I'll admit even that the paragraphers have some foundation for the sandy-sugar, ooooanut pepper and clay-coffee bean jokes they keep flinging at grocers with almanac regularity. But we can console ourselves with the true, If not exactly moral, reflection that there are lots of folks worse than us. "Out of the fullness of my half century's experience I should say that the servant girl trade or business or whatever you like to call it has more sharp aud tricky members than any other one I know of. For ex ample, twenty, five years ago I had a splen did customer in a high class boarding house near my store. I always gave the servant who attended to the purchases, the waitress, and the head cook their 'little clividend' every week. Bless you, yes, we ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

A Canine Flagman. Scarcely any one who passes the point of Intersection of the Gravois road and the St. Louis and Oak Hill railway fails to notice a little dog acting ns flagman at the railway crossing. Thir. animal Is named Curly and is the property and assistant of Flagman Edward Howard, stationed at the above named crossing. Curly is a Spanish fox terrier, scarcely over two feet in length and not quite 3 years old. When the Oak Hill Railway company began to operate its road Flagman Howard was as signed to watch the Gravois road crossing and to trim the signil lamps. Curly made her home at the watch house, and when her master would go out to collect the switch lamps the dog would lie down at the door and patiently await her master's return. One day as Howard was busy cleaning the lamps a train dashed into sight around the curve. Several wagons were approach ing the crossing and would probably have driven on, meeting with a serious accident, had not the little animal rushed past it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 August 1890

8 MEN'S s| MEN'S 18.45 \ $9.65 j SUITS. y • SUITS. Same goods will cost r\ Regular price in other elsewhere, V houses. $12.50 1 $14.00 Eight Forty-five is no F Nine sixty-five is our price at all. price. A clear sav ing in your Just like finding $4.05. pocket of $4.35. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 I $3.80 - $465 PANTS. s PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. j r a ML LJ Two seventy is the Three eighty for all j Four sixty-five we This is almost like J price we quote for wool, nobby Panta- name for a line of giving'em away, when Pants that are good r-p> loons, extra well made, Pants we consider other ho vises ask $3.00 J- value, for more money. perfect fitters and good rip good value for $6.50. for the identical same Q Other concerns ask styles. Regular value -*- Made as near custom goods. $4-50 for the same. $5-75- work as you can find. C H I C A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 18, 1890: bar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

k THE HERALD ] "Stands for the Interests of"*? p, Southern California. J SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 127. PREPARED FOR WORK The Democratic State Con vention Assembles. Byron Waters Elected Tem porary Chairman. Reel B. Terry Made Chairman of the Committee on Platform. The Senatorial Question Argued Before The Committee Last Night. Pond Gaining Ground. Associated Press Dispatches I San Jose, 'August 19—The Democratic •convention did nothing today beyond ef fecting temporary organization and pre paring for the active work which will commence tomorrow. It was expected that a session would be held this even ing in order to discuss the proposition of indorsing some candidate for United States senator, and a lively contest was looked for, but ow ing principally to the fact that a number of delegates who are directly interested in the matter, desired to appear before the regular committee tonight, it was thought best to adjourn until tomorrow morning. The temporary chairman and secre ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

2 ROBERT S. PLATT. He Hands in That Report on Tax Deeds. But He Positively Refuses To Pungle Up. The Supervisors Resolve to Oust Him. And Instruct F. P. Kelley to Take the Steps Necessary to Remove Him From Olflce. The board of supervisors was in sec ret session yesterday morning and with them was closeted the district attorney. They were calculating what they should do with unruly R. S. Piatt, the county tax collector who refuses to "pungle up" that tax-deed money which he says he holds in trust. If he comes this •'trust" business on them for the purpose of "riling" the board, he will have the satisfaction of knowing that he has succeeded. But they are getting back on him in great shape. During the secret session the report of Mr. Piatt, so anxiously expected by the board, was received. It shows that during his incumbency 1,010 applications were made, 505 were issued and afterwards of that number 77 were allowed to be withdrawn. Mr. Piatt further reports that he deposited with the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. The Daily Grind of the Big Law Mill. The Senators Still Hammering Away at the Tariff. Tin Plate Finished and Cutlery Schedule Taken Up. The Alien Land Bill Discussed in the House and the Agricultural Bills Advanced. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, D. 0., August 19.—The presiding officer laid before the senate ttie resolution submitted yesterday by Quay for a change of rules, so as to have a vote on the tariff bill taken on the 30th of August, and to postpone till next ses sion all other legislative business, except several classes of bills as specified there in. Hoar said he desired to address the isenate on the subject, but would prefer to do so tomorrow. The resolution went over till tomorrow. The resolution offered yesterday by Plumb, instructing the committee on rules to issue orders that will prevent the sale or drinking of spirituous or malt liquors in the senate wing of the capitol, was taken up, and after some discussion went over till tomorrow. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD, —= FUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. Ka tared at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Me. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS by mail, including postage: Daily Hbbald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six mouths 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers Will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the Mine have been paid for in advance. This rnle Is inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice mows-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith <b Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY Single Number, Class "G," Drawn at New Orleans. Louisiana, on Tuesday, August 12, 1890. ALL GENUINE Louisiana State Lottery tickets are issued at New Orleans, signed by M. A. Dauphin, president, and agree to pay all' prizes in New Orleans, where the company holds its charter from the state, and where both the pur chaser of a ticket and the company arc equally protected by the laws of the state and of the United States. Tickets signed with fictitious names, dated and issued from other cities in the name of the Louisiana State Lottery Com pany, promising to pay prizes in other places than New Orleans are not Louisiana State Lot tery tickets at all, but are counterfeits and chests intended to deceive and defraud the un wary. Remember that ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a ticket issued in any drawing. Anything in our name offered at a less price is either counterfeit or a swindle. Remember further, when examini...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

6 A COLD WATER LOT. Prohibitionists in County Convention. Nearly Two Hundred Dele gates Assembled. They Favor Low Tariff and Oppose Monopolies and Reciprocity. The Day is Spent in Energetic Work.— Harmony Presides in Spite of Ex- pectations to the Contrary. About two hundred persons gathered in the auditorium of the W, C. T. U. building yesterday morning, on the occasion of the county convention of the Prohibition party. Mr. J. IT. Blanch* ard called the convention to order, and after inviting the members of the coun ty central committee and several celeb rities to the platform, the session was opened with singing the doxology and prayer by the Rev. Mr. Ivey. 0. W. Abbott of Pasadena was elected temporary chairman andJas. H.Blanch* ard temporary secretary. A. M. Hough moved for the appoint ment of a committee on credentials, and platform. There had been an express ion of expectation on the faces of most of the delegates present up to this time, and the vote on this motion brought ou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

To Clean Kid Gloves. Another method of cleansing kid gloves is to use naphtha, pouring it into a deep saucer. Put the gloves on the hands, and dip one hand at a time in the saucer, wet* ting the glove thoroughly, then rub it quickly with a soft dry cloth. The rub bing must be done very quickly or the glove will look streaked. Should there be any spots that were not removed with the first dipping and rub bing wet a corner of the cloth and rub the soiled part till it Incomes clean. In using such volatile articles as naphtha, benzine, chloroform aud ether the rubbing should be done very rapidly, that the stair, may be removed before the liquid dries.— Maria Parloa in Housewife. Love on Board a Steamer. People who are not seasick fall in love with great facility on board ship, but peo ple who are fall out of it with a greater quickness than can ever be imagined. If I could only give a suggestion to the bride it would be this: Forbid your husband see ing you until you are quite well. Whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 20 August 1890

8 MEN'S If I MEN'S 1 58.451 $9.65 o j SUITS. y SUITS. _ Same goods will cost r\ Regular price in other elsewhere, houses. $12.50 1 $1400 q «<>• i <*j> 0 c Eight Forty-five is no r Nine sixty-five is our price at all. * price. A clear sav ing in your Just like finding $4.05. pocket of $4.35. I CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. o MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S r MEN'S I 0 $1.95 I $2.70 g $3.80 - $465 5 PANTS. a PANTS. PANTS. s PANTS. > tt — A — H " *y KJ Two seventy is the Three eighty for all x Four sixty-five we This is almost like j price we quote for Js»J wool, nobby Panta- name for a line of giving'em away, when Pants that are good ry\ loons, extra well made, E** Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 -L value, for more money. ■*■ perfect fitters and good rp good value for $6.50. * for the identical same Other concerns ask £3 styles. Regular value Made as near custom goods. $4-50 for. the same. $5.75. work as you can find. C H I C A GO DAILY HERALD- United States Signal Service. Repor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 August 1890

j£5 r-l «> v '-v <<? "*V v v THE HERALD J r Btands for the Interests of '3 a Southern California. I SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. ,i VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 128. NO CHOICE YET. The Democratic Convention at San Jose. The Standard-Bearers Re main to be Selected. Two Ballots Taken for the Nomination for Governor. Mayor Pond in the Lead, But the llesult is Doubtful. Stephen M. White Immolates Himself on His Party's Altar. He Withdraws From the Senatorial Contest in the Convention, But is Still a Candidate Before the People. Associated Press Dispatches. I San Josh, August 20th. — The propo sition to endorse a candidate for United States senator, which was expected to be one of the chief features of the Demo cratic convention, was disposed of this morning in a way that had not been looked for. Before the convention met today there were vague rumors afloat that Stephen M. White had decided to withdraw from the fight, but nothing was known defi nitely about it. When Max Popper, of San Francisco, chair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 August 1890

2 POLICE AND FIRE. The Meeting of the Two Commissions Yesterday. Charges Preferred Against Several Members of the, Force. Mr. Dexter Wants Saloolls Closed at Midnight. Several Officers Suspended Pending Investigation-—Fire Department Matters Acted Upon. Yesterday afternoon, at the hour appointed for the meeting of the police commissioners, the only members pres ent were Messrs. Collins, Dexter and Lewis, Mayor Hazard having announced his inability to attend, on account of a political meeting of more weighty import, which was then in session in his private office, and Mr. John Bryson having gone to San Jose. Mr. Collins acted as tem porary chairman. The chief reported that he had sus pended officer Al. Dillon, star number 19, for violating rule No. 1, and conduct unbecoming in an officer, pending the action of the board. After some further discussion, the officer was ordered suspended, pending an investigation to be made by the full board. The next matter taken up was the complaint o...

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