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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

MIGUEL HIDALGO Y COSTILLA. Today Mexico Celebrates His Glorious Deeds. The Festivities Inaugurated by a Dance aud a Salute. The Great Day for tho Sister Republic. An Interesting Programme Ar ranged for the Celebra tion Today. Promptly at 11 o'clock last night, a volley of 21 gnnt itartled the residents of Sonoratown from their slumbers, and proclaimed abroad tbat tbe anniversary of the 83d anniversary of the independ ence of Mexico bad been inaugurated. Tbe voile/ was fired on Buena Vista etreet, between Alpine and Ord streets, and opposite the S. I. M. B. ball. Gathered about were scores of dark eyed, bewitching sefloritas, together with a email army ol stalwart admlrerß. The object in tbe festivities of last night was to oommemorate the exact hour when Hidalgo y Oastilla, the George Washington of Mexico, went forth and summoned the populace, re nouncing all allegiance to the mother country. The celebration was merely started laet evening for the principal part takes place today an...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Hnrnaa. Report of obiervatlons liien at Lds Angeles, Sept. 15, 1803: Time. ! Bar. Ther. rlH'mWd Vel |W tbor 6I'M) a. ra..?!>.!« CH I *<> SK •* ( l'inay 5:00 p in.|20.8(i| (ili I ti i >V !» «Te«' Maximum temperature, 7Y Minimum lemperatun-, 57. Indications. Forecast for Southern CVifomla: Fiir weather; nearly staliojary temperature Satur day, wasteriy winds. Great preparation ] are being made by the wheelmen lor the coming meet to be held in this city October 2d nnd 3d. Dr. J. T. Price. P. O. Macfarlune and C. W. Lee, prominent workers in the Christian Endeavor society and tho Eowortb League, will speak nt the Y. M. C. A. meeting tomorrow nt 3 o'clock. The committee appointed by thecoan cil to investigate tho books ol ex-Street Superintendent Hutchinson have em ployed Expert Davie, who went to work upon the hooka Inst evening. It will be two weeks before a report can be formu lated. There are undelivered telegrams at, the office of the Western Union Tele g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

THE RACE FOR LAND. BOOMERS AND SOONERS EN GAGE IN A WILD SCRAHBLE POR HOMES IN THE CHERO KEE STRIP. VOL. XL. NO. 159 OVERCOATS FOR FALL Melton Overcoats, Woolen Lining, at - - $1000 Fine Kersey Overcoats from - - $13 00 to $30 00 These Goods Are of the Best Make and Finish. OUR YOUTHr AND CHILDREN'S GOODS Are the Handsomest and Most Stylish Ever Shown. Mullen, sluett & Co. COR. SPRING <& FIRST BTREET%. CRYSTAL PALACE 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. BIG DRIVES THIS WEEK IN OUR LAMP DEPARTMENT NIGHT LAMPS, complete, cut from 25c. to 15c. HAND LAMPS, witb burner and chimney, cut from 30c. to 20c. FINE GLASS LAMPS, complete, cut from 35c. to 25c. DECORATED STAND LAMPS, with fancy shades, cut from $1.50 to 95c. ELEGANT VASE LAMPS, with shades to match, cut from $2.50 to $1.50. BANQUET LAMPS, with B. & H. burner and silk fringed shade, cut from $3 50 to $2.25. MEYBERG BROS. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. ' : j ] SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CARPET MD RI DEPARTMENT A Superb and V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

2 inga are held, officers elected, and in an incredibly short time a full fledged municipality has sprung into existence. Meantime out on the prairies farmers continue to race for homesteads, leaving tbe women folks to follow in slow mov ing prairie schooners, bringing home bold implements and shelter until such time as a permanent abode can be erected. Enough people made the run to fur nish each of tbe 27,000 homesteads with an occupant and give nea-ly every town site 500 inhabitants. Over 125,000 cer tificates were issued, but aa a large number took both homestead and town site certificates, the number of certifi cates does not represent the number of boomers. Tbe weather was ail that could be de* sired. The sky was clear and a cool north wind prevailed. The greatest rußh was in the eastern part of the Strip, which contains the most fertile land in the entire reservation. Perry, on the Santa Fe. was the most favored town site. Milford and Pond creek, on tbe Rock Island, were the o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Opt Hll Hud Hmnnlmd — Something About tha Churches. Pasadena, Sept. 18.—A Mexican, ap parently dead, waa picked up by tbia afternoon train from Altadena at Kussell •treet station. He was lying by tbe side of tbe track when the engineer saw bim and stopped tbe train. The Mexi can presented a horrible appearance, bis face and clotb.es being covered with blood from several ugly wounds in the head, which had evidently been made with a club and possibly some of them with a rock. When picked up the man was un conscious and did not regain hia senses until after he had been brought to this city and his wounds dressed by Dr. Harry Macomber. The man goes by tbe name of Joe and lives some where on Kansas street. It Is thought that he got into a fight with another drunken Mexican and w»a pounded into insensibility. His wounds wsre painful and serious but not fatal. board or trade mbetinu. The board of trade held a special meeting this afternoon with a large at t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKSKLT. THB OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. JosirH D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AYERB &, LYNCH, | PUBLISHERS, 523 AND 225 WEST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: " m nn Per Week * =° Per Month 80 »V MAIL (Including Portage): Daily Herald, one year *8 oo Daily Herald, six months 4 25 Dally Herald, three months i 20 Dally Herald, one month ™ Weekly Herald, one year 150 Weekly Herald, six months 1 Ol; Weekly Herald, three months no Illustrated Herald, per copy , 20 Entered at the Postofflce at Lot Angeles as tecond-claas mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Herald will be promptly discon ! tlnued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule Is inflexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchant*' Exchange, San Francisco, is an au thorised agent. This paper is kept on file In hi* office. _ The Herald is so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

ARTHUR I. STEWART DECAMPED. The Chief Deputy Street Super intendent a Defaulter. A Big Copper Cent All He Left tn the Safe. The Discovery Mad* Yesterday Morning-. Bow tha Young Han Stole the Funds —Sir. Watson Will Make Bood tha Amount. Arthur I. Stewart, chief deputy street -Superintendent under D. A. Waison, has gone and about $1700 of the city's money has gone with him. The defaulter left tbe city yesterday morning, after having taken every dol lar from tbe office. TTe announcement of the defalcation created a sensation around the city ball yesterday. The news leaked out as early as 10 o'clock in the forenoon, when it was discovered that ths inside doors of tbe Safe could not be unlocked. STBWART GO* CP EARLY. Young Stewart, who has been a trust ed deputy since Mr. Watson's induction into office, must have got up very early yesterday morning. He was at tbe oflice before any of tbe other officials, but re mained only a few minutes, lis left a note on Mr. Watson's desk saying that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

6 J IN* ADVICaTISBMENTB. ; The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your . -\i \ WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T S S W W W W A A N N N T 8 WWWWAA N N N T S WV/W vv A A N N N T SSSS WW WW AAA A N N N T S WW WW A A N N N T 8 W W A AN N N T S 8 WW A A N NN T SSSS IsthrougSi the classified ail. columns of Tin: llKi;.'i :-. It is cheap, brings quick returns, ami place.-, the advertiser in direct communi cation with those In- wishes to reach. 000 T, A c,SS„ «SSo II FFKtI EKE Win C CI, AA < lj II F ll F, D D O I, \ \ b s;S.. h SS a II FF II RK D I) O CI. AAA U g K 311 F UK D D OCO" LLLLA ASS 6S II F lIFF.F. DPD A HDD I, FKKTTTT N SS,. A A DDL F. T g s A A D 1) L KIC T SS„ AAA D ll 1. X S' M S A ADDD LLLLKKE T °S8 S Inserted in the columns ot The Herald at *' * • 0 CENTS PF.P. LINE PER DAY. ■ ; #1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : ; Special rates for a longer period. : sjif3s * . Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do w ell lo a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

TWO RAILROADS A NECESSITY. An Interesting Description of a Magnificent Country. Vast in Extent ami Varied in Its Re sources. llm Shorten and Moat Direct Line Be tween L.ne Ang-eloe and Salt Lake Ulty aa Been by an Kye Witneaa. With a brief view of the map of thi vast territory lying north of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad and that which oc cupies the expanse of country, between the Southern Pacific, Los Angeles and San Francisco division, the Colorado, Carson, and tho Colorado ilver, and having acquired an unqneationable knowled ol the prodigious wealth of this region, no person with expanse of thought or comprehensive brain will for a moment believe it possible for one railroad to accommodate tbe lmmeceo future business of the country alluded to except by numerous branch roads, requiring years of toil and the expendi ture of large euma of money to con struct them. » It iB not with a lack of appreciation of tho stupomliona efforts and progress made in constructing the Nevada Sout...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Barean. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Sept. 10, 1803: me. I Bu. ] Ther. a. m.iM.flU Ml p. m. |29.7:> OS 7fi 07 W Maxtmnm temperature, HO. Minimum temperataru, 81. The Gray Str-.rs baseball club defeated tbe Bellevnes by a score of 16 to 8. Dr. Leonard, a celebrated eastern di vine, will preach this morning at Christ church, corner Pico aud Flower streets. The public night school ior young men will be opened tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in tbe Spring street school build ing. Any young man in the city may attend. The Unity choir has been completed for the coming year and will consist of Miss Katherine Kimball, Miss J. E. Wiseman, Mr, Foley Parker and Mr. H. R. Maybin. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court streets, September 16th. for Lesley Bates, S. E. Gall. There was a small fire yesterday after noon at De La Matyr's oil and color store on Third street. The department extinguish...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. Mail orders have all the benefit of | f\ A // 128 to 134 North Spring St. ' special sales and are executed under our 9 | 123 to 125 North Main St. own personal supervision. | /j * f ... Los Angeles, Cal. 'It's Not Necessary to Light a Candle to the Sun!" —ALGERNON SYDNEY, 15th Century. "It's not necessary to urge your coming; come you will."— JA COBY BROS., igth Century. GOME YOU WILL, GENTLEMEN! j> | TV I For Jacoby Bros.' «$lO, ,$12.50 and «m 1 » E I I Jsls New Fall ... • X=«*/ L™J f> o Now displayed in our Center Show Window They come in the latest individual, original and strikingly handsome patterns, and are the best value ever placed on sale in Southern California. I BOYS' DEPT. ® ®@© ■ Gome you will for (410") © Child ren s Short Pants Suits. ® Dark Plaid Ssrvioaable Suit, worth $1.50, our W prico 850 © Light Cheok Serviceable Suit, worth $1.50, our ©price 850 Brown Plaid Serviceable Suit, worth $1.50, our price 95° JB{ Light Gray Caseimere Suit, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

!0 CALIFORNIA AND DON PIO PICO. The Story of the State's Ad mission Told Again. An Intolliffont Return* of Ancient Local History. An Rastern Vliw of tho Hit Mexican Governor— Jfxtractß from Speeches in I'oiiL'rn When Btate hood Was Proposed. Chicago Herald : The 9th day of Sep tember, 1559, wae a great day for Cali fornia and for the Uuited States of America. On that day California was ad mitted into the federal union—became a st.'.te with full powers and entitled to a due chare of representation in congress. The 9th of September haa from that time to the presentbeen celebrated each year by old Californians in every part of .tier grand domain. On Saturday, at the California state building, gathered thou iands of Californians then and now in the city, where oratory recalled in glow- Injr periods the splendid history of tSs goh'en commonwealth and the listening multitudes evinced their interest and pride by giving rapt attention, and in hursts of applause. Other multitudes, people of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

THEATRICAL COMMENT The Girl I Left Behind Me proved that a well acted, clean play can run here for a week to a good business. The warmest friends on Monday evening hardly thought it wonld play to profit able audiences all the week owing to the presence of our old friend Mr. Financial Stringency Btill in the city, but the management bis no reason to com plain. •*» Owing to recent eventi theater-goers will be apt to look henceforth for a guar antee from Manager Wyatt that tbe last performance of a company will be given in iv entirety and without rushing. Tbe big placard which adorned the lobby of tbe Loi Angeles theater yes terday announcing tbat the "Girl" com pany would not cnt its performance last night will be expected as a sort of baro metrical indication of tbe quality of Saturday night plays. Amusements. Prof. A. J. Stamm makes the follow ing statement anent tbe Philharmonic concerts: Toe remarkable success with which last season's concerts were attended, tbe manner in which di...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

12 NiwVork, Sept. 15. NEW way oi "banding" skirts comes out every week now. This fashion com menced with a few parallel bands o! ribbon or velvet, changed to permit a great many ol them, and now the strips of ribbon can make almost any pattern. This initial, for in stance, Bbows one variation, mis nas a costume of gray suiting, trimmed with green satin and Bilk, Each end of tbe epiral band on the skirt ends in a large rosette. The bodice has a narrow plastron of green Bilk which is finished on either side with bands of black guipure ineertion. The rest of the front of the bodice ia made of cream colored Bilk, while the back and sleeves are of the gray stuff. The search for odd ef fects in skirt adornment has led some daring dressmakers to follow featoon lines about the skirta. Theee are either trimmed with lece actually The garh of fjriirinij. festooned and held up with bows of rib bons or knots of ilowere, or else tho ruffles are put on the skins in wavy lines. Frequsntly there are...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

AMONG THE AUTHORS L. BEHYMER Each year some book is issued that ■tands out in bold relief far in advance nf the front ranks of the book world. It may not be a deep scientific or philo sophical production, but a simple, stirring, magnetic work that roaches the hearts of tbe maaeea. A book that rich and pcor, learned and untutored can appreciate. A book tbat can be found ia the homes ol the people aa well aa in the public places. A book that will be read and remembered,enot simply glanced at and then forgotten. Such a book was published several years ago by tbe well-known firm of Harper Brothers and Was entitled Ben Har, written by Gen. Lew Wallace. This year the same publishers have added to their popu larity by publishing this author's new and much expected novel on the fall of Constantinople, entitled The Prince of India, or Why Constantinople Fell, a panoramic story of life in the orient. This well-known author has written one or two books of phenomenal circulation and haa written...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

14 WOMAN'S WOULD. GOOD WORK OF THE RICHEST YOUNG WOMAN IN AMERICA. •Work of tha Chicago Woman'sClub—Sap piled SJcr Husband's Pulpit—Femltilm Slavra of PaihlOtl— A Visitor From Per ■la—Sect* of Ibe American Girl. ' The negotiations of Messrs. Caleb T Attics & Co., too! eatate brokers at 10! West Thirty-fourth street, for the pur ibaso of lots on Third avenue, neoi TOirty-fourth i ir --t, have not been com pleteel. The report tl-at tho intent o. the parche..-. r is to erect thereon a hos pital for a class :>f women unprovided for in other in iiinlions is not defined although tin ;.' v. IH n; t afiirm it; neitln i willAfcey <>;.;.• thai the would be pur chaser for whom they are acting is Ml* Helen Gould, i Idi r daughter of the lr.tc Jay Gould. There are many groundi for;the 1 li f, bowov r, thai it is Miss Gould who desires, to make this notaWi addition to Mew York's charities. Th( real estate men naively say that the pub lication of tho statement that they de sired to pu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

ANOTHER FREE GIFT j AN ENCYCLOPEDIA GIVEN TO ALL j .„„„„„„„„„„„. | YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD . i JiUUitUWUttUMIK ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■»» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦4>4>*4>«>4>4 I MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY $8 1 ! A YEAR FOR THE DAILY OR ! | £ T 50 A YEAR FOR THE WEEKLY j ♦ ♦ ARE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE a Free Copy of the Valuable Work Named Below. It Contains All the Information a Man Needs in Ordinary Business, being a Condensation of the Great Encyclopedias of the World. A Request Must be Sent For This Book to Obtain It. Those Who Have Already Paid in Advance May Remit $1, Which Will be Credited to Their Subscriptions, and the Book Will be Sent. None Will be Sent Without a Cash Remittance. 1 EDISON'S HANDY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS ~————————."il.^»Btmmmmm»B»»» v !t\,£!!' kHZ? 1 > stiT no («.«•*,» tf mlintta -.• • . , ~ ,bsjiri»il.- , mB no juj, SV.A baa ,■?«.* ■ . • .. ■ ••■ COMPILED BB THOS. F. EDISON. Worth Its Weight in Gold. 512...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 September 1893

16 THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL The Sacred Books Inspired by the Direction of Angels. These Antrels are the Spirits of Just Men Made Perfect. The Kvldence of the Bible that T)Uem bodled Minds Do Mesmerize Km bodled Mlnde—S»nl Persuaded of Suuul'l Immortality, [fourth taper.] In a previous paper attention wae galled to the science of mesmerism. In wme way, yet mysterious, it demon strates that there are channels of com munication between embodied minds Other than the five ordinary senses. It was suggested that, if there are disembodied minds, the same laws apply to them as to embodied minds, and that mesmerism would, probably, lift the veil and give tbe direct evidence of the immortality of the soul. It was further shown that the sacred books of all nations bear witneea to the fact tbat the art of mesmerism was not unknown to their writers. In fact, it is clear, from an investigation of their pages, that this was the way, in many instances, that these books came to bo written* Especia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. POR THB DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WBATH BHi SLIQMTLY COOLER MON DAY; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL, XL. NO. 160 OVERCOATS FOR FALL Melton Overcoats, Woolen Lining, at - - $1000 Fine Kersey Overcoats from - - $13 00 to $30 00 These Goods Are of the Best Make and Finish. 1 OUR YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S GOODS Are the Handsomest and Most Stylish Ever Shown- Mullen, Bluett & Co. COR. SPRING <&. FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. BIG DRIVES THIS WEEK IN OUR LAMP DEPARTMENT ' , '». •' '' , • , NIGHT LAMPS, complete, cut from 25c. to 15c. hAND LAMPS, with burner and chimney, cut from 30c. to 20c. FINE GLASS LAMPS, complete, cut from 35c. to 25c. DECORATED STAND LAMPS, with fancy shades, cut from $1.50 to 95c. ELEGANT VASE LAMPS, with shades to match, cut from $2.50 to $1.50. BANQUET LAMPS, with B. & H. burner and silk fringed shade, cut from $3.50 to $2.25. MEYBERG BROS. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CARPET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 September 1893

2 CAVES CHOKED WITH CORPSES. Terrible Ravages of Floods and Storms in Spain. Dire Distress in the Flooded Districts of New Castile. Eighty Dead Bodies Recovered at Villa Cauas and the Loss of Life Known to Ba Mnoh Greater—Other Foreign Flashes. By the Associated Press. Madrid, Sept. 17.—The distress in the flooded districts of New Castile con tinues and the loaa of life ia greater than anticipated. Fresh Btorms and con tinued downpours have delayed the de parture of relief trains. Some villages have been entirely isolated for several daya and starvation ia ataring the in habitants in the face. Some of tbe caves in which the terror-stricken in hatAnts of Villa Canas sought refuge are fairly choked with corpses of men, women and children. About 80 bodies have been recovered, but this number is said to be far below the actual total of the loss of life. Business in the flooded districts iB entirely suspended and will so remain for some time to come. Great damage has been done in other p...

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