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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

BENTLEY HAD STRYCHNINE. A Bottle of It Found in the Prisoner's Trunk. The Result of a Search of the Rooms He Occupied. Mrs. Bentley'a Body to Bo Again Xx- Bnmed Tomorrow aud a Further Examination for Poison to Be Made. The plot thickena. Under the able management of Detective A. B. Lawaou the mystery which has overhung the Nordholt-Bentley case ia being eolved. A bottle of strychnine waa found yea terday in Bentley's trunk. During the paat twodaya an inventory of the effects of the eatate has been in progress. Public Administrator Kelsey qualified last Thursday, and the inven tory began on Friday in presence of himself, two of Lawson's detectives, Wm, F. Nordholt, son of the deceased, and George Hayford, attorney for the accused, Henry Bentley. The various rooms of the honße were visited, and every article itemized in the presence oi the public administrator, the officers and witnesses. On yester day an examination was made of the articles in the room in which Mrs. Nord holt-Bentley...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING. j The most direct method of reaching the j public aud making known your * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T 8 8 WWWW AA NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T B_„ m WWWW AA NNN T SSSS WWWW AAAA NNN T 8 WWWW A AN NN T 8 W W A AN NN T S 8 W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of Tim Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser In direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. 000 L A aSSc qSSe II FFFII ERR ODD OTJL AA § 8 S °II F HE DD 0 L A A "SSu "SS„ II FF II EE D D OOL AAA » S « 211 F II F, D D OOOLLLLA A'W 5 s SS s II F II EEE DDD A DDD I. KRETTTT.SSq AA D DL E T « AA D D L EE T B SS S AAA DDL E T s 5 A A DDD LLLLEEE T D SS a Inserted in the columns of Tue Hebald at * * 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. '! $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. 1 Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise In The Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PATER. i » CHURCH NOTICES. EPISCOP...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

V FOR EXCHANGE. ■it ~~ ' O'J'JAA-EQUITY IN E. SECOND STREET 4r>'h>\t\) business Income property, for house In southwest; mortgage $1700. SOA/MV-EQtJITY IN MONROVIA BEBI SIIOO ° Bnce ' ' or ether property; mortgage ffil<W¥l _KO - , ' ,TV ™ DOWNEY AYE. BUSI ness income properly, lor oilier property; mortgage $2000. £61 X A/UV-EQUITY SEVENTH AND PEARL tSM«J.VIUW for other city property. $lAAA-20 ACRES, LANK ERSl'l I M, lIIGII tUVH/ ly Improved, ior other property, ■clear. ©•{AAA-5-ROOM HOUSE ON WASHINGTON eTi.WIIV st. and 2 lots on Temple st. for house near in. -S/'A ACRES NEAR NEWHAI.L. PARTIALLY low Improved, for city property. Qti *;AA-5-R(IOM house BOYLE heights <jTI«'W for vacant lot near E. First st. JOHN H. COKE, 4 Bryson-Honcbrakc block. 2-5 3t I7IOR Exi Tl ANGE"— sIROO M~~H ARD-FIN- Whed collage; corner lot on Third St., near , Main; also, 7 room moilern house on W. Pico. 1. near Main st.; both to exchange for good ' acreage. Cf-MMIA-3 6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGES, in de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations takau at Los Angeles, February 4, 1893. 5.-0O a. m. iner 4» 84 W ; ( X w pa 84 M»x. tern., 57: mm. tern., 45. Bslnfali lor tbe season, 15.21. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Rain; warmer winds, shifting to southerly. The Thirtieth-street Football team yesterday defeated the Sixteenth streets by a score of IS to 0. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, comer of Main and Court streets, Feb ruary 4, 1893, Sewell Bros, and Wilson Malar. The city council has made it a special order of business for tomorrow at 2 o'clock regarding the widening of Ala rued* street. All parties interested ■hould be present. The jubilee social, postponed last Tuesday on account of tbe storm, will be given next Tuesday evening at Im manael church. The following players are the regular Boyle Heights team, which plays at Bedondo Beach today, the sth : Ciap man,c.;Hutz and Weßt, p.; Blanri, 'lb.; Penelow, 2b.; Rodger...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16 Ift?f ? t ?? ?????? ? ?ft ??tft??? f V ? f ? ? f ?????? ? ?m??? ff ? ? T T?t W'fl'T t ?T? t? f ? T? ?7 ? f T? ? T?T TT T T $ ' * A CRASH ! Next Week We Hand Our Retail Stores j \ CRASH — ,N — ! Over to Our Architects, Con- 1 —,N — Men's Suits & Overcoats I tractors and Builders. \ leu's P«i? Goods (Cut this price list out and bring it © * with you for reference.) % ♦ Hundreds of dozens of elegant, late , M n _ . . « ♦ """ * " % style $ i and 7 Neckwear will Men's $8.50 Suits and Overcoats, * I go into this week's great late 1893 styles, cut to | -rr ttOUR PRICELESS AND BOUNTEOUS PATRONAGE has compelled ♦ "Clearance and Alteration Sale r'■ ' * V f at the gift price of a ■ /Z-— >. i \l l % -A\_ us t0 make this step. We must have more room in which to handle OUR ♦ _ mmf M"T —* — - I PHENOMENAL INCREASE OF BUSINESS with comfort to our patrons and | {r^\ t Oi^Stlhli^ l^M I SatisfaCti ° n t0 ourselves > hence wiU cut through the ceiling and run a palatial |...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

10 A JUVENILE HORDE. NEW YORK YOUNGSTERS SEE A THEATRICAL PERFORMA i 'ICE. Btz Thousand Street Urchins Swi ■ -m Into A Metropolitan Playhouse an d Make Away -with Everything- Portable Within Bench —A Pandemonium. #uHy 6,000 shouting, screaming, ,ohat lorV£- cheering youngsters attendee' the perftX'manoe of "The Scout" given, for nr <A,uldren at Niblo's, and outdid i ho iaus ac regards noise and drowis. d the reporys of tho pistols with their t» I" thusiaetic yells. Such an audience has never before been inside Ac walls of a playhouse. "Boere were toys tfce.ro with dirty faces, and boys wtioea natural color dad net give one an opportunity to see if they were dirty or not. Little girls were there, too, some white and a few black, and they took as much delight in the performance and made as much noise as the boys. The doors of the theater were besieged aa early aa 7:80 o'clock, and by 8:80 there was a tremendous jam about the Broad way an<v Crosby street entrances. Once the doors...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

11 ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS. A Book About Shelley Published at an Opportune Time. The Features of Bret Harte's Latest California Story. Borne New Booka Bevlewed—January Magazines—Notes About Authors and Their More Keoent Publications. (By L. Behymor.) The year 1892 marked the one hun dredth anniversary of the birth of the poet Shelley, and the English literary world celebrated it in a fitting manner. A splendid marble memorial was erected to perpetuate his name within the pre cincts of the ancient seat of learning : that once spurned bim from her walls, ' and tbe Shelley society made the year the most memorable in its annals by its tributes to his geniua, Bound as she is by all the ties of blood, of speech and of tradition to the mother country, America holds the literature of England as somewhat of her own, and will not permit such an occasion to pass un noticed. At the close of 1892 A. C. McOlurg & Co. published a little volume edited by Shirley Carter Hugh son, entitled Tbo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

BUILDING WARSHIPS. PIICE BY PIECE THE SMALL PARTS ARE PUT TOGETHER. Inn and Steel Sections of a Big Battle. ■kip Are Manufactured at a Distance Cora the Scene of Construction —Ex- acnples of Mathematical Exactness. T> say that the science o£ Daval archi tecture and construction In its relation to •hips of war haa had unprecedented devel opment in late years would not be "in any respect an exaggeration. The fruits of the new era are already very apparent. In fact, some have already come to take the place of old methods and old machines, and in their turn have been discarded t<ir others that are now in a fair way to he •upecseded by the results of furtiier scien tific experiments. All this has taken place without any practical test of the merits of the innovations in actual lighting. The introduction of heaTily armored bat tleships might be said to date from the civil war, although there were a number of Isolated examples before that time. With the monitor came a revolution lath...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Some Matters of Interest to Patrons of Theaters. A New Place of Amusement to Open Tomorrow Evening. A Dull Week—Wllaon Barrett to marry an Heiress — Announcements. Notes From Dun lop's News. The week dramatically haß been very depressing, a wretched farce-comedy company at the opera house being the only feature. Tomorrow evening the new Park thea ter will open with Siberia. This enter prise is one that should meet with great success, aa there are many people who would never pay a dollar for a seat at a theater, but who will Bpend a quarter for the Bame purpoae several times a week, and never think twice about the money. The new theater is to be conducted with a view of catering to thia class of amuse ment seekers, but at the came time it is claimed that a high standard of excel lence will be maintained. #*# Wilson Barrett is to marry again. He haß won for his bride a charming young New Yorker, who has, beßiden those of her person and accomplishments, the att...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

14 WOMAN'S WORLD WOMEN BRAVER THAN MEN IN THE FACE OF DANGER. Woman Suffrage Abroad —Taxation With out Representation—About tho Choice of Presents—Men's Idea of Womanliness. Hints About Dress. The thrilling story of the deadly peril cf the unfortunate German steamship, the Spree, haa boen brought here in all Ita awful details by the passengers who arrived on the Etruria within tho week. It will be remembered how, after the shaft of tho great liner the Btern compartments filled with wuter, the ship laid for two days rolling in tho trough of tho sea in momentary danger of sinking. Even after being taken in tow by tho Huron tho danger was by no means averted. It was the first hour sof awful peril of instant death that most tried the heroism of the passengers, and in that tcrribla period raid tho subse quent long suspense the women dis played more fortitudo than the men. This is the unanimous testimony of thosa who have arrived safely, as given in tho papers. One of tho statements runs ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

A LOST CHORD FOUND. Wo stood aloue lv too ohnir loft, Uy the organ tail nnd grim. While over tho keys her finijers Followed their own sweet whim; I spoke of tho coming parting. And plead for one f&rowell kiss. But hor modest wish forhuilo mo Lest the sexton old might list. Then 1 struck on the organ a strong, full chord. And ore its echoes died In thsrtwtlightdiiuof the old gray church I klasoil my promised bride. Wo stood again by the organ When runny years had fled. But the thought me grown cold and licnrtleso. And I thought her old love dead. I spoke of onr last, fond parting. Of the chord nnd ita tender tide. And how like t he sound of that muste Our love huil throbbed aod died. Then my heart leaped up with a great, glad bound Anil forgot its recent pain. For she blushed, and drooping her lasheß said, "Could you find me that chord again?" -Willard liulcomb in New York Advertiser, THE MEDAL. Por five minutes the early morning Btorm had raged, and the cold rain was making grea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 February 1893

16 PUGILISTS, PAST AND PRESENT. The Ring from Farnborongh, 1860, to New Orleans, 1892. From John C. Heenan Down to James J. Corbett. Cowardly Behavior of an Engiish Refe-ree at Farnborongh—Joo Coburn and Jem Mace's Great Fake—Jack IDflnipiey, the Wonder. It is not to the liking of the Hbrald's editors to bave anything of a continued nature go into these columns; and therefore it waa with regret that I was compelled, two weeks ago, to break in the middle my sketch of the more im portant events of the American prize ring. In today's issue, the sketch is concluded to the satisfaction of the writer (who never dreamed it would have been so long; if not to tnat of the readers of this paper. I left off at the point where William Bryant, a brother of Dan the minstrel, was Eent over in crmpany with Frederick Falkland, to match John C. Heenan against Tom Bayers for $2000 a side and the cham pionship. Heenan's backers in this match have already been given, as well as his trainers. The backers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

Ldirt CHEAP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE IS A GILT-EDGED IN VESTfIENT AT RULINO PRICE. SEE SIXTH PACE j £-....................... f ......... VOL. XXXIX. NO. 118. OUR ELEGANT STOCK OF I Heavy-Weight Overcoats ♦ I Suits and Underwear. | IS BEING SACRIFICED AT A SO PER CENT DISCOUNT, In order to make room for Spring Goods. This sale will last but a few days more, and all should take advantage of it now. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., COR. SPRING AND FIRST 9TB Crystal Palace, [j SOME OF THE MANY THING* WE HANDLE. Kir" 16 MEYBERG BROTHERS. WOOTON DESKS. Every detail entering into the construction and finish of theso deekn has been given the most i-ireful attention. g . a ~ All daeke are gaeranteed first-clas*. All corners are rounded —all have slides on ends. All have polished wood built-up writing tables. All have improved automatic locking of drawers and swinging cases. All have tbe new form of light elaßtic roll curtains. All are finished*in extra fine oil polish, and all backs are fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

2 dering band aa the result oi' a quarrel parly in the week. Colonel C, arlton of Port Meade haa counterman ded his orders, and no troops will be to l»ine Ridge. Everything is reported quiet there. MRS. WHITHKY'B DKATBT. Society Has Been Robbed of One of Its Brightest Ornament*. Nkw York, Feb. s.—Mrs. William C. Whitney, wiie of the ex-secretary of the aavy. died at ber home in this city this morning of heart disease. Only Mr. Whitney and the nurses who attended her during her illness were present at the death bed, the end coming unex- pectedly. The death of Mrs. Whitney has awak ened widespread sympathy throughout the country, and all day telegrams and messages oi condolence were received by ahe family. The funeral will take place at 1 o'clock Tuesday forenoon from St. Bartholo mew's church, Madison avenue. Mrs. Whitney fully deserved the name ol a social leader. She was not sur passed by any in the charmed circle outside of which such an ex pert as Ward McAllister held that there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES Riverside Orange Growers Working for Better Prices. laahelm Argrues Elevation With a Writer at Fullerton. la Athletic and Missionary Society Formed at University — Rivera Motes—Bedondo Ship ping Notes, Riverside, Feb. 6.—The man who died Buddenly of a hemorrhage on the atreet laet night wae Mr. Godfrey Gunz of Oahkoeb, Wie. He came to this city laat Monday for the benefit of hia healtb, aa he waa Buffering with consumption. He leaves a widow and two children in ' hie eastern home. The body will be cent to Oahkoah for burial. Another heavy rain began falling in thia oity early thia morning, continuing •t intervale throughout the day. Indi cations are this afternoon that the rain Is of short duration. Oliver Thurrell, father of Mra. John W-. Riley, died thia morning of old age. He waa 84 yeara old. The funeral eer vicea will be held Tuesday afternoon at tbe reaidence, corner Twelfth and Al mond atreete. Tbe iiineral of Mr. and Mra. Samuel L. Wright's littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

4 aJbOS ANGELES HERALD m— rCBUSHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph d. Lynch. James J. Arras. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. {.Entered at the Postomce at Los Angeles as Second-class Matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 200 Far Weak, or 80c Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE t Daily Herald, one year ?sno Dailt Herald, six months 4 23 Daily Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, ono month SO Weekly Hebald, ono year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months 1 00 Weekly Hebald, threo months 50 Illustrated Hkrald, pc r copy 20 Ofllco of publication, 223-225 West Second ■treet. Telephone 158. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Loa Angeles Daily Hkrald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid ior In advance. This rule la inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. I* P. advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Sun Francisco, Is an rauthorlzed agent This paper is kept ou 111 cm this offlce. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

EVERYTHING LOOKS BOOMISH. Conversations With Land Ex perts. Indications That Land Values Are Jumping Upward. Beat Estate Men Agree That the De mand Tor City and Country Prop erty Is Constantly Increas ing at Good Prices. Tbat tbe real estate market is in a most healthy condition is shown by the opinions of the leading real estate deal ers, who were interviewed Saturday by a Herald reporter. There is a good demand for both city and country prop erty. The large number of eastern people now in the city are on the alert lor bargains, and are investing their money freely. The transfers show that the real estate ma.-ket is reminiscent of the boom days of 1886 and 1887, and that land in all directions in this county is advancing in price there is no doubt. There has never been a more prosperous winter in this section, and today Southern California lands and city real estate in Lob Angeles are eagerly sought after, and tbe price of lands iB rapidly on the increase. What some of our real est...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING, W The most direct method of reaching the • public and making known your : * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NNN T 8 S WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WWWW A AAA NNN T ft IWW WW A A N N N T s [W W A AN NN T ft 8 [ W W A A N T SSSS la through the classified ad columns of Th» Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. 000 L A oSSj, R SS S II FFKII FERDDD OOL AA s % 6U F II !i I) I) eh a a B ss s M ss M npn re d n 0 OL AAA d « S SQ! II F n i> OCOLLLLA A B SS S B SS b II F II FEE ODD A DDD I KEKTTTT pfitßa AADDL E T C s j AADDL EE T S SS„ AAA DDI- E To 5 A A DDD LLLLBEE T b BS s Inserted in the columns of The Herald at j 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. \ \ $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. i • Special rates for a longer period. : * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise in The Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, SPECIAL WOT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

THE CARE OF THE INDIGENTS. Supervisor Forrester Favors a Charity Commission. The Board Not Hampered by Parlia- meatary Law Red Tape. Business Expedited a Want of Too Much Formality—The County Pauper Question Con sidered. "Parliamentary rules are somewhat of an unknown quantity in tbe delibera tions of the board of supervisors, Mr. Forrester," remarked a Hebald re porter to that supervisor. "Could not business be dispatched more promptly if there was more order about the pro ceedings?" Mr. Forrester assumed a thoughtful manner, and proceeded to give quite an interesting statement npon the subject propounded, and others, from a super visorial standpoint. "I have been a business man all my life," said he, "and the multifarious du ties that belong to the position of a su pervisor of Los Angeles county, are more onerous than many people im aginer "With reference first to your ques tion, I don't see how the board could go strictly by parliamentary rules. I know it is frequently stated tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bnwan. Report of obser rations takoa at Los Angeles, TfrtaWsarrS. 1893. Time. | Bar. Thcr.lBH'm'W"dn »~00 a. m. 30.O* ~mT "0 ! R j 6:00 p. m |30 09 8(1 ! »2 ! W I Vel o 6 I Rain, lulear. Max. tern , 59' mm. tern r>o. Rainfall pa«t 24 hours, .*>4 Rainfall lor the season, 15.53. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weather; cooler, northerly winds. There was no game of baseball by the amateur league yesterday at Athletic park on account of the wet grounds. The Athletic club pool tournament starts tonight. The handicaps range from 10 per cent to 30 per cent. A continuoua game of 100 bails will be played. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, coiner of Main and Court atreeta, Feb ruary 5, 189:1: P. H. Fleming, John Holbs, I, Q. Chamberlain. Mr. Reiuhart, who for so many years conducted the Southern Pacific eating house and hotel at the old San Fernado atreet depot, and later at the Arcade depot, and also the Arcade...

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