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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

TAR AND FEATHERS. How Bentley Was Called Out of His House And Made to Suffer Gross Indignities. He Tells his Tale of Woe on the Stand. Taken Out Into the Brush, Intimidated With Revolvers, and Covered With Feathers, Like a Bird. Nearly half the town of Azusa was in and around the township justices' court yesterday morning, to hear the examin ation of the six youthful defendants, who are charged with having tarred and feathered Editor Bentley, of the Azusa News. Many new witnesses for both aides were marshalled in and sworn. One old Quaker would nat swear. He affirmed, but the affirmation of Justice Savage which he was required to repeat did not suit him, for he added with evi dent gusto: "Under the pain and penal ties of perjury. - ' The witnesses were then put under the rule and excluded from the court room until needed. The theory of the defense, as briefly outlined by the attorney for the defen dants, is that the matter of the school scandal and Professor Frazier, had noth ing wh...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JOSEPH D. LYNCH. JAMES J. AVERS. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. ■ntered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS mJt *9c Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one year *f ?9 Daily Herald, six months 4-25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months LOW Weekly Herald, three months ho Illustrated Herald, per copy 16 Notice to Mail Subscribers. *he papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers wUI be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule Is lnneKible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Dally Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice wews-stasd, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

THEY WERE SNUBBED. THE COLORED VOTERS THREATEN THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE. The Markham Reception Committee Had No Negro Representative—Negro Speakers' Names Erased from the Program—A Kick. The colored troops have fought nobly in the Republican ranks, but they are anxious to get out of the file and put on shoulder straps. They are angry at the management of the Markham campaign. The}', like some other people, were snubbed at the pavilion on Saturday night, and they are about to raise a row. Last night, at the rooms of the Union Colored Republican club in Downey block, there was held a meeting of rep resentatives of the four colored Repub lican clubs of the county, the Union, Pasadena, Los Angeles and Central. T. J. Jeames of Pasadena presided. Mr. Soares said: "This is the first note of independence; unless we are independent we can never be successful. For twenty years I have supported the Republican ticket in California, and the party has been wonderfully successful, but the negro ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

6 AT THE CASINO. THE OPENING DAY OF THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Largs Attendance—Close Contests—Da tailed Account of the Struggle for the Association Singles—Mis s GiUiland "Wins the Ladies' Singles. Lawn tennis reigns supreme at Santa Monica this week. The fifth annual tournament of the Southern California Lawn Tennis Association began yester day at the Casino court. The interest taken in the game this year is unprece dented and the tournament of 1890 promises to be a memorable one in the history of the association. The best players in Southern California will try conclusions during the week. The championship contests are especially in teresting this year, as several promising players will try the metal of former win ners. The Southern California Lawn Tennis Association has now a mem bership of one hundred and eighty, and at the annual meeting held on Saturday the following officers were elected for the ensuing term : Pres ident, Abbot Kinney; Vice President, W. H. Young; Secretary-Trea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

N. G. C. MATTERS. The Anaheim Company Wants to Join the Seventh Regiment. Captain S. O. Wood of the Anaheim company of national guardsmen was in the city yesterday. He stated that the men of his company did not like their assignment to duty to the Ninth regi ment, and were preparing a petition ask ing to be to the [Seventh regi ment. This would cause the formation of the Seventh regiment, which at present does not technically exist. It was rumored |in national guard circles yesterday, that if the Anaheim regiment was mustered in again, thus re-creating the Seventh regiment, that Colonel W. H. H. Russell would also be reinstated as commander, though on what principle of military law this was based could not he ascertained. FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, August .25.—The Stock Market is dull today. Speculators are not disposed to do much until there is a little more certainty about the money market and the threatened strikes. Final changes tonight show only sm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

8 BOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. I STYLE 1 j, 1 . STYLK 4 Cassimere AfeyL Cassimere $1.50*' Mmm-- $3.0o X Worth $2.?5 Worth $4.00 U, STYLE 2 STYLE 5 Cassimere Cassimere $2.00 M W $400 N Worth $2.75 | ft |'• Worth $5.00 Cassimere * Jersey Suits, i[/yas,v r IS Suits. $2.50 | ffi^I 0 * $2.15 Worth $3.25 1 - - Worth $4.00 Pair of Stilts given with each Suit. Watch this Space for the announcement of the open ing of our New Boys' Clothing Department. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S f| MEN'S f| MEN'S f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 g $3.80 S $4.65 PANTS. s PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. LJ Two seventy is the Three eighty for all x 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 rp loons, extra well made, Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 -L value, for more money. ■*■ perfect fitters and good r—\ 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 s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

k THE HERALD ] ™ Btands for the Interests of "3 a Southern California. j FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 134. POLITICAL PICKINGS. The Republican Convention at Fresno. Congressional Aspirants on the Anxious Seat. Major McKinley Renominated by His Republican Constituency. Congressman Morrow Declines Renomi nation.—Caminetti Preparing for His Campaign. Associated Press Dispatches. I Fresno, August 26.—The Republican county convention met here today and nominated a full county ticket as fol lows : For assembly, Ben. R. Wood worth; superior judge, R. P. Davidson ; district attorney, H. Z. Austin ; sheriff, Stephen J. Hamilton ; county clerk, J. P. Clark ; treasurer, Alfred Baird; recorder, Wright D. Breeze; superintendent of schools, T. J. Kirk; chairman of the county central committee, J. P. Vincent. The committee to nominate a state senator will meet tomorrow and select a candidate from this county. C. M. Wal ter will probably be the nominee. The congressional convention for the sixth congre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

2 AZUSA VIGILANTES. The Examination of the Covina Bloods Resumed. A Young Man Who Used The Pronoun "We." Some More of the Azusa Vigilantes' Chirography. Mr. Borden Weakens When He is Threat ened With the County Jail.—The Place Where the Tar Was Bought. The sensational examination of the six young men from Covina who are accused of having tarred and feathered Editor Bentley of Covina, was resumed yesterday before Justice Savage. With the exception of Bentley's own testi mony which is positive, as far as three of the defendants are concerned, the evidence introduced by the prosecution is of a very circumstantial nature, as will readily be seen, There remains but one witness to be examined on the part of the people, who was absent yes terday on account of sickness. The prosecution claims that he is very ma terial to them, and upon that under standing a recess was granted at 3:45 yesterday, by the Justice, till this morn ing, to enable his production in court. A. J. Wilkins testified th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

WORK OF CONGRESS. The Sundry Civil Bill in Its Last Stage. The Senate Approves the Con ference Amendments. Several More Sections of the Tariff Bill Disposed of. Futile Attempts in th.B House to Get a Vote on the Lard Bill.—Bull dozing Tactics. Associated Press Dispatches I Washington, August 26. —The memo randum offered in the senate yesterday by Aldrich, lixing the time for the con sideration of and voting on the tariff bill, was presented this morning, and after some discussion it was agreed to by unanimous consent. The conference report on the sundry civil appropriation bill wag read, and after some debate was agreed to. The paragraph regarding reservoir sites, which reserves from entry all such sites, was criticised by Sanders, who thanked the senate conferees (ironically) for having sacrificed the interests of the people of Montana to the insatiable maw of the house. Allison defended the action of the senate conferees and explained the ex treme difficulty which they encountered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. (Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOe. Per Week, or 80c. Fer Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one-year IS.OO Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Hebald, three months 2.25 Weekly Hebald, one year 2.00 Wbbkly Herald, six mouths 1.00 Wbbkly Hebald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers, fhe papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers Will he sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule ia inflexible. & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" Hay be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand: in Chicago at the Postoffice newt-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith A Sons' news-stand,' Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Oflice of Public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Bating Powder ABSOLUTES PURE LAWN TENNIS. THE LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WON BY MISS CARTER. A Genuine Surprise.—Cawston Wins the Association Singles by An Easy Vic tory Over Young, the Favorite.—The Second Day of the Tournament at the Casino More Successful Than the First. The tennis tournament is now in full blast. The attendance has been grati fyingly large and in consequence the directors and members of the associa tion are in high feather. The rather easy victory of Miss Gilliland over Miss Shoemaker, came -in the nature of a surprise to the admirers of the San Gabriel young lady. Miss Shoemaker did not play up to her Redondo form, by any means. She will probably show to better advantage in the ladies' handi cap singles. Several other very prom ising players will, no doubt, come to the front in this event. The annual tennis ball comes off on Friday evening at the casino, and it promises to be a brilliant affa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

6 BALLONA AND A WHARF. The Best Point in Santa Monica Bay For Commerce. "I see you have printed considerable about Ballona and the work of making a harbor there," said a well known railroad man to a Herald reporter yesterday, "and it is a good thing. Bal lona is the best possible place for doing the shipping business ot Los Angeles. As regards safety, nearness, accessi bility, it is unequalled, but it is very liable to be left in the race so far behind as to never be able to catch up. Santa Monica is where our commercial busi ness must be done, and Ballona is the best spot in that bay to do it, but those people who have the matter under their charge are going asleep. Two other places are already occupied—Redondo and Santa Monica. The former is well supplied with railroads and a wharf, and is already doing a splendid busi ness. At the latter, the great South ern Pacific has taken hold and it will before the endof the year, have a fine wharf built. There will be Ballona with Redondo t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, August 26.—The Stock Market opened strong and higher, but soon became dull with a firm undertone. In the last hour there was an advance, and the market closed strong, and at the best figures. Governments—Steady. Petroleum—closed weak. Spot Pennsylvania oil opened at 86%; closed at 85' ~ September opened at 87; (dosed at 85%. MONEY QUOTATIONS, New York, August 26.—Money on call easy. 8%6@ per cent ; last loan 3% per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5 r .,(n7 per cent. Sterling exchange — qiiicf.'barclv steady; 60 --day bills, $4.82% demand, 14.86. Bar silver, per oz., $1.1 S% London, August 26,4 p. m.—Closing consols 96 7-16: do account, 96;.,, U. S. 4s, $1.-27%; do 4%5, |1.06%. Bar silver, 58% d. per ounce. Money, 3%®3% per cent. San Francisco, August 26.—Bar silver, fl.lß%®sl.Hr% per ounce. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. August 26.—Closing quotations: U. S. 4s. Reg 25% Northwestern 37% U. S. 4s. coup... 25% N. W. Preferred.. 43 U. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 August 1890

8 ALL IN! ALL IN! That is to say Our Beautiful Stock of FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS Is now Complete, And a grander line of goods can't be found in other clothing house in Los Angeles. CHICAGO CLOTHING COJ Tlr|C Rcady-riiciclc Custom Tailors And general outfitters for Men, Youths, Boys and Children. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF Tailor-made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Neckwear and Hosiery j r 7\ DIRECT IMPORTERS JTI. JL VZJ} 60 cases just arrived, all the latest and most fashionable styles of soft and stiff Hats. PA ITITI A T AAATCI Special attention is called to our immense assortment in latest styles, cut and 11 1I d I lIIIW pattern of our Fine Tailor-made five dollar Pantaloons just received. Best fl I 1 1 XIUvJ KJ value at this price ever offered in Los Angeles. C H IC A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, August 20, 1890: a. m. p. m. S. W. Max. tern., 79; mm. tern., 61. San Francisco, August 25.—Forecast for Califo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

g5 r_, «' ~<r qy— k THE HERALD J r Stands for the Interests of N n Southern California. J I SUBSCRIBE FOB IT. J frgi dh_lib—dh. rts -td—^-jiV-iaS VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 135. BLOWS IN CONGRESS. Disgraceful Scenes on the Floor of the House. A Personal Encounter Between Two Members. Wilson, of Washing ton, Strikes Beck with, of New Jersey. -Cannon, of Illinois, Uses Vulgar Language in Debate.—The Sfnatoi's Drink Supply. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, August 27. —When the •house met this morning the opponents of the lard bill led by Mason of Illinois, at once began filibustering. 11l feeling was developed which led to a personal affray this afternoon between Repre sentative Beckwith, of New Jersey, and Representative Wilson, of Washington. The roll was being called upon a ruling by Speaker Reed, respecting the calling to order of Representative Cannon, of Illinois, by Representative Enloe, of Tennessee, for words spoken in debate. Representative Mason was criticising Cannon for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

2 THE COMMISSIONERS. Police and Fire Department Business Acted On. Charges Heard Against Three Policemen. Shall the Saloons Be Closed at Mid night ? The Police Commissioners Find Plenty of Business.—Officer Dillon Dismissed From the Force.—The Fire Commissioners. At the regular weekly meeting of the board of police commissioners held yesterday afternoon in the mayor's office there were present Mayor Hazard in the chair, and Messrs. Bryson, Collins, Dexter, and Lewis. In the matter of the charges preferred against officer H. A. Rickenbach by Robert Pothoff the chief leported that upon investigation he had found that the officer was guilty. On motion of Mr. Lewis officer Rickenbach was ordered to report for duty at once, and to pay a fine of $50, which sum was to be placed in the police reward and charity fund. The sworn statement of Fred. Gam berg, a bar tender at the California club, preferring charges against detective Bos qni and asking that he be censured, was then read. He state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

AN AZUSA ALIBI. The Bentley Tar and Feather Episode. None ot* the Accused Appear to Have Been in It. Cummins' Movements on the ilth Ap parently Explained. Everyone Connected With the Case Recol lects to a Minute What He or the Accused Did on the Bth. The tarring and feathering scrape oc cupied Justice Savage's attention again all day yesterday. The district attorney announced that a telephone message had been received from W. C. Roberts at Azusa, saying lie was so ill that lie could not possibly attend the mandate of the court. Under these circumstances the people would rest. The defense moved that a considerable portion of the testimony be stricken out. The motion was denied. Col. Hender shaw then moved that the charge be dismissed against some of the defend ants. This was also denied by Justice Savage. The defense now introduced as their first witness: Oliver 15. Cummins, one of the defen dants, who testified that at 5 o'clock on the Bth of August, he did his chores, at 0 o'clock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

DAILY HERALD. —rußLTSHtt>— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. I Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter, j DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Me. Fer Week, or 80c. Fer Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Hebald, six months 4.25 Daily Hebald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Hebald, six months 1.00 Weekly Hebald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers la the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers Will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the State have been paid for in advance. This rule Is Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice «ews-ataad, 103 East Adams street: in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

REFORMERS AT WORK Municipal Government is Business, Not Politics. A Premature Cry for a Third PoliticaH'arty. The Meetinsr of the Reform Associu tion Last Night. The Present Administration Severely Scored.—Where Does the Money High Taxes and Poor Govern ment.—Some Addresses. The Reformers met last night at Ill inois hall. They were represented by a fair sized audience and the criticisms against the city government were re ceived with considerable enthusiasm. Mr. Ralph E. Hoyt opened the meet ing by an address stating the object of the association, and giving as its basic text the aphorism that "municipal gov ernment is business, not politics." Rev. J. H. Collins then followed in a speech cauterizing the city officials. He spoke substantially as follows: The loud and prolonged calls for municipal reform now heard every where throughout this city, coining as they do, from the better class of citizens, I consider a serious blotch upon our fair name. When political trickery and official...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 August 1890

6 HARE GOD AND THE SUN. CURIOUS INDIAN LEGEND OF HOW THE EARTH WAS FLOODED. The Hare God Starts Out to Slay the Sun Because the Latter Burned His Back. He Creates Consternation on the Way by Killing Men, Women and Animals. Traditions of a great deluge which at one time covered the earth are found in al most all ages and all religions. It is the culmination of Rajnarok of the Norse Sagas and of Wagner's "Twilight of the Gods." The Algonquius believe that the summit of Mount Washington was the only portion of the world that was not im mersed in the flood, and that it was a place of refuge for an Indian and his wife, who became the Adam and Eve of the Indian race. The following legend of the south western Indians gives a singular origin of the flood, and is told in the simple and childish fashion peculiar to savage people. The incidents of the journey suggest the Brer Rabbit and his contemporaries in ne gro fable. As the Hare God slept one day the sun burned his back, and waking in wra...

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