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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

THE BICYCLE RACES YESTERDAY. Somo Interesting Events Which Were Commenced. Poor Judgment Shown by Ono of the Track Officials. Mr. Smith's Extraordinary Itullug Against the Press—The Winners In Yesterday's Contests, ■rents for Tomorrow. The first annual meet of the Southern C.^-r ornia division of the leage of Amer ican wheelmen, was opened at Athletic park yesterday afternoon. The second and final day of tbe track events will be held tomorrow at the same place and on Tuesday there will be a team race at Agricultural park between the Los An geles, East Side and Riverside clubs for a trophy cup presented by the East Side bicycling club. W. A. Burke. There were 18 events given yesterday including a number of beats for quali fying in the finals of tomorrow. There was a small and unenthuaiaetic atten dance which waa probably due to the fact tbat the principal finala were not to be run until tomorrow. The races were all ridden in very good time. During the first part ol the aft ernoon a s...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

6 J j ,NB ADVERTISEMENTS. X ) ; The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your it ! WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T 8 I W W W W A A NNN T B W WW W A A NNN T 8 ,WW W W A A NNN T SSSS •WW WW AA AA N N N T I WW WW A A N N N T ( W W A AN N N T S ( W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of Tin Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns and places the advertiser in direct comuium cation with those he wishes to reach. CCO L A .jSS.. B SB,i II FFFII EKE DDD O 01. AA v 5 II F 71 X D T. CI. A A S SS„ B SB a II FF II EE D £ O0 L AAA il1«I1H» 11 k d c COO LLLLA aW S SS B II F II KEE DDI) A DDD I, EKETTTToSSo AA D Dl. X T g 3 AA D Dl, KB T °SS„ AAA DDL X T g 2 A A DDD LLLLF.F.H T B SS B Inserted in tho columns of The Herald at X X ; : b CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. : X x Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in fun Herald • OFFICIAL CITY...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

CENTRALIA TRAIN ROBBERS. Tlw Third Member of the Gang Canght. Fearing- Lynching-, Ho Makea a Full Confession. Ihe Throe Bandits All Barely Landed lv tlin Jail at Hulem, Illinois. ';ht Kendallsvllle Train Robbers Jailed. Uy (hi Associated Press. i i ntraua, ill., Sept. 30.—Hardin, the iaat of the Oentraiia gang of train jobbers, who waa captured laat night in Cincinnati, waa taken from Detective Smith at Odin thia afternoon by Sheriff Helm, on a atate warrant, while being conveyed to St. Louis on an Ohio and Mississippi train. The detective waa unwilling to eurrender the prisoner, but had no paper on which to hold him, and he waa conveyed to Salem jail, where hia pals, Jonea and O'Dwyer, are confined. While tbe officers were dis puting over the posseßßion of the pris oner, come one repeated in the hearing of Hardin that the news of hia detention in Odin bad been telegraphed to Oen traiia, and that 300 railroad men were •nrouie to Odin on a Special train to Ivnch him. This completely ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

8 NOTES Weather llriroftti. Report of otxerv itlym t\kan at l.os Apcc'.os, fcpt. :iO. if?!):*: f:n><!. I liar, j Thor.jKirmiVrdjVVl |»"thi 0 nffj'd «:i .->•! 01 I W | 1 |'l old 0 J) M 'J'.'.trli «7 | OH ! W I * CIp.t Maxim m temp.>rai.-ire, 7:1. aiiiiimar.l lempvratii;..-, ?>'.'». .[nrilnatlonfl. Klrenan for Southern <:*'lfo-nl«: Filr weather; nesrlv stationary leiiiperaluio Sim day; westerly winds. aii r.oum;. •.fiiues wiil be t-:j?eJ ou lion lay —Labor day. I'romenade concert by the Douglass m-l.tary bark this afternoon at Weetlake I aerk. Shemini A'reree, the closing feast of fkuiccoa, commences thia evening, nnd lasts until Monday evening. Services #t the synagogue at 10 a.m. Monday. Tlie new saloon regulations requiring booths to be removed from all saloom will go into (ff-'Ct tomorrow. This will necessitate the bar being in one open room, with no tide, lower or upper rooms attached. The Christ ("Episcopal ) church choir is now composed of the following well k...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

PART IT-PAGES 9 TO 16. LIGHT FOR LUMINOUS LUMMIS. Another Chapter in the Contro versy Over Pizarro. WM That Adventurer a Philanthro pist or Fiend V A Breeay Reply to a Reply-Mr. Arthur Johnston Writes a Braoay Argu ment from Hia Point of How. I am once more impelled to emerge from tttf well-earned obscurity and air my sentiments in print, "my grievance •nd excuse for type" on this occasion being a communication to the Times of September 24, from the pen of Charles Lummia, the luminous writer who lately published in that paper a series of articles entitled The True Story of Pizarro. Of thia production, with a sacrilegious daring which mnst be abhorent' to all true believers, I presumed to offer a few criticisms; this has resnlted in my being blown to atoms by the wrathful breath of the most poisßiant Lummis, who is now performing a wierd ghost 1 dance over my remains. Mr. Lummia not only objects to my personality, but has serious objections to any criticism that comes from the city o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

10 SALT LAKE AND LOS ANGELES. They Will Soon Be United by a New Railway. Preparations for the Work Which W ill Close the Gap. The Nevada Southern Road to Bo l*uguod Through—Rich Mining Camps, Farm Land, Tim ber and Water. Ppsciil correspondence to the Hr.r-.ALD. Keystone Mine, Lincoln county, Nev., Sept. 24.—A1l reading, thinking and ap preciative peonle will admit that the present period ia one in which men's eonlt. their brains and purses are being tried with the most severe financial dif ficulties ever experienced by the Amer ican people. And he wbo can stand the test and march onward and upward is a man whose example will be enrolled and his name perpetuated in future his tory. Snch men are found in the per sons of President Isaac E. Blake, Vice- President A. G. Scotield and their co operators of the Nevada Southern Rail road company. Their motto ia onward and to tbe completion of the Navada Southern railroad. Tbe tens of thou sands of people who read of the vast ex tent, the ri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

WOMAN'S WORLD. SOMETHING! ABOUT ENGLISH WOM EN IN POLITICS. • ■ ' — V- Women MM School Commlaaionors—A Now i Field For Women's Clubs—Make Llfr> For | Store Girls Eaaler—The Summer Coiffure. I Can a. Woman Reform m Mau? ' The part the women play in an Eng lish election ia one of the things which no American can accept as an improve ment over our own methods. It may either amuse him or shock him, bnt he wonld not care to see it adopted at home. The canvassing in the country from cot tage to cottage he can understand. That seems possible enough. It takes the form of a polite visit to the tenants, and the real object is cloaked with a few vague inquiries abont the health of the chil dren err the condition of the crops and the tractliko distribution of campaign documents. Bnt in town it la different Ths invasion of bachelor apartments by young primrose dames is embarrassing and nn-nice and is the sort of thing we would not allow our sisters to do, and the house to honse canvasa in the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

12 AMONG THE AUTORS [l. bbhymbr.] A book jest ont which is a refreshing western production is a souvenir of San Francisco bay, entitled Within the Golden Gate. The author of this work at one time wae a well known Los An geles woman, Mrs. Dr. Pinney, having served several years in thia city as the president of tbe ladies' auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A.. The illustrations are by another Californian, Mise Ells N. Pierce, one of the leading artists of Oakland. In opening the book we find tbe fair, bine autumnal skies, over the famous golden gate and bay, and sailing through the portal, grand and majestic, the bold Alcatraz island meets onr eight and its etory is told in a touching little poem. Then follows an ode descriptive of the elopes of Tamalpaie, with its picturesque old mill and sparkling brooks. A tribute ia paid to San Francisco, the weetern qneen; to Alameda'e fair retreat and Oakland, with her beauteous lake and green bills and elopes. A no ble tribute is given to Berkeley, its...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

n-w v m r September 29, 1893. ATE autumn will )6nd black a favored ,oolor, ao into the dye pot you may put all your odds and ends o! wool gowns. Tbey will [all match whtn 'they come ont black, and you can get at least one or two pretty dreßßes out of tbe "rage." The writer had a peep at the dearest little bouse dress that came, so tho owner Baid, out of the rag bag. It was black wool, a cashmere. The closely titling bodice disappeared nnder a belt, and the regulation wide shoulder frill extending all aronnd front nnd back, of black silk del) net, and under it white cashmere waa laid. The yoke had inser tions of tbe fish net over white, and the deep cuffs were made in the same way. The skfrt fitted very nloee to abont tbe knees, tbete a deep flounce of fish net, over white, too, took the required ewift tiara to the foot, and from nnder its edge a double rnfrlo of black ailkebowed. Conld anything be prettier or more modish ? In a ttylith combination of colors. The owner aaid that a gr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

14 Ordinance Ho. 1845. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND council of the city of Los Angeles order ing certain work to be "done on BURLLNOTON AVENUE. The mayor and council of the city of Los An - gelcs do ordain as follows: hKCTtoN 1. That the council of the city of ■Los Angeles deems it to bo required by the public Interest aivd convenience, and hereby orders the following street work to be done, «*cording to the specifications contained In Its ordinance No. 1794, to-wit: First, that said BURLINGTON AVENUE. 1 Ih said elty, from the north line of First street to the south line of Temple street, including all intersections of streets (ex cepting such portions of said street and In tersections as are required by law to be ' kept in order or repair by any person or com -1 pany having railroad tracks thereon, nnd also excepting such portions as have already been graded, graveled and accepted), be graded and graveled In accordance Willi the plans und pro file on file in the ofli...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

lamtmmTmmtMmmTmTfflnmmtmtTm^ 1 ANOTHER FREE GIFT | |j AN ENCYGLOPEDIi GIVEN TO ALL | ~„,„„„,„„„„„■. • | | f YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HERALD j JWUUUUUiWIIUK J ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ — iff ♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦-k r I MAIL SUBSCRIBERS WHO PAY #° | ■ MillnWHTßg. - I A YEAR FOR THE DAILY 01 3 | 7mkmmmmm\Sv I $1.50 A YEAR FOR THE WEEKLY | 5= ARE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE a Free Copy of the Valuable Work Named Below. It Contains All the Information a Man xjl 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. | EDISON'S HANDY ENCYCLOPEDIA | 1 OF GENERAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL ATLAS | COMPILED BB THOS. F. EDISON. Worth Its Weight in Gold. 512 Pages of Closely Printed Matter. A Marvel of Completeness. Absolutely Thorough and Comprehen...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 October 1893

16 SOCIETY Last Wednesday evening the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Green presented a gala appearance, tbe occa sion being a mnsicale given by Mrs. L. Harvey's claBS. The fine programme which was given was thorooghly en joyed by all present. The first nnmber on the programme was a duet, William Tell, by Both and Floyd E. Green. No. 2 was a piano solo, IlTrovotore (Verdi), by little Clara Stoll, 10 years old, which was difficult, and well played for one of her age. No. 3.—Piano solo, Bohemian Girl, by Ella Lang, who shows great progress tor the few months she haß taken. No. 4.—Violin dnet Mendeleeohnia Waltzes, by Floyd E. Green and Ruth Green. No. s—Piano solo, Hungarian dance by Dora Vorwerck, who shows a line talent and has made great progress for one of her age. No. 6.—Vocal eolo, selected by Ruth Green. No. 7.—Piano solo, Martha, by Mattie Davies which was well rendered and was pleasing to all present. No. B.—Part 2, piano duett, Weber, by Mrs. Bechtel and Mattie Davies. No. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. POR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER| CONTINUED WARM WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 174 1 Black, Blue and Gray Clay Diagpnal i X Prince Albert Suits. $ X Three and Four-button Cutaway X i Coats in the same goods. $ X Fine Fancy and Black Cheviot Suits. X X Double and Single-breasted Sack X ♦ Suits in abundance. $ $♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦*♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦*♦*♦<►♦♦♦♦****♦«♦♦****♦<►♦♦ Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. SPRING St FIR ST 9TREETS, CRYSTAL PALACE 138,140 AND 142 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE AND BIGGEST STOCK OF - - - - Haviland & Co.'s China AND White China For Decorating At the LOWEST PRICE 3 in the City. We Show, Anion? Others, the Following Shapes : I HE MARSEILLE - *,NENUPHAR, RICHELIEU, HENRY 11, WHE AT, POMPADOUR, TURCOT. TRIANON. FRANCE, etc. Allot the L,»te»t Designs. Complete Line of LA CROIX'S PAINTS and Other Material for CHINA DEC ORATING. A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. MEYBERG BROS. SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

2 DOWN WITH THE SENATE. A Menacing: Gircnlar Mailed to Congressmen. It Inveighs Against the Upper Honse of Congress. The Outlook In the Senate for the Week Is Very rjncsrtaln—The Home Programme—Washington Notes. By Ihe Associated Press. Washington, Oct. I.—The following printed circular was received by every representative, senator and public offi cial in Washington today: "There ie a time in the affairs of men when patience ceases to be a virtue. Down with the United States senate, tbe enemies of the people." Although no skull and crossbones head the circular, the words are printed in large, black, ominous-looking type. Ths letters containing tbe circulars were postmarked New York. THK SENATE OUTLOOK. The outlook for the coming week in the senate is very uncertain. It may prove • week of surprises, and there is a possibility of reaching an agreement whereby the repeal bill will be definitely and finally disposed of, but the indica tions are tbat there will be no agree ment till it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Bold Projectors of a Now Dally Paper— Notes. Pabadina, Oct. I.—There ie conaider i able talk upon the streets of a new even lug paper being Btarted here in opposi tion to the Star, the only existing daily publication. Just what hopes the pro jectors of the new enterprise have of i ever seeing interest on the investment is ' difficult to soe. as the field at present would appear to bo pretty well covered. The men back of the scheme, however, claim to have a sufficient amount of the com of the realm to put the paper on its feet whenever tbey are ready to spring the long-felt want supplier. The paper, if Started, will endeavor to po on the co-operative plan, and it is un derstood that the plans have advanced •o far that negotiations are being Car ried on looking toward having one of our retired editors assume charge of the ed itorial department. As it is clearly impossible for tbia place to support two local papers the starting of the new venture would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKEKtT. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. Jambs J. aysrs. AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, •S3 AND SSS WBST SECOND STRERT. TELEPHONE 158. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER. * Per week * Per Month 8U BY MAIL Uncludlng postage): Dally Herald, one year Vf Daily Herald, sir months * Daily Heiald, three moiths * *o Dally Herald, one month »« Weekly Herald, one year } ?" Weekly Herald, six months 1 Weekly Herald, three months. ou Illustrated Herald, per copy _-^ 0 Entered at the Postofßce at Los Angeles aa second-class mail matter. . ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers «o the Daily Hkrald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to aubsiribers by m»il unless the same have been paid lor in advance. This rule is inaexible. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, il Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is «n au thorised agent. This paper is kept on file in his office. _ ~ t , . , Thb Herald is sold at the O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

HIS ROYAL IS IN PRISON. Ex-King Miguel of the Ynmas in the County Jail. The History of His Rise, Fall and Imprisonment. Tke Recent Incipient Rebellion at Yuma and the JBx-Chlef'a At- tacks on the School Teaoh*rs. Nina politicians from Yams are lying in various unstudied attitudes of ease on tbe iron floor of the big tank in tbe county jail, bewailing the vaulting am bition which led them to dispute the authority of the United States. Tbe names of the nine Indians—-for the politicians wear their hair long and are dusky of complexion—are Miguel, Joe Mamadulce, Mushoi, Owbiaa, Cap tain Wbite, Walter Anspim, Marascue, Bach Cnnni and Ahouth. Tbey are ebarged witb attempting to kidnap and disturbing tbe peace, alto with inciting others of their tribe to insurrection. The arrests are the result of the dis turbances at Yuma, where Miguel and four other Indians attempted to cany off Mary O'Neill, tbe school superin tendent. The whole affair is a purely political row, and had the participants...

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

6 AOVEKTISKIIENTH, x -.■•••x : The most dircrt method of reaching the : public nnd making known your it x WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS WW WW AA NS N T 8 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSSS WWWW AAAA NNN T S WW WW A AN X N T 8 W W A AN N N T S N W W A A N NX T SSSS Is through the classified nd columns of The Meralp. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser In direct communi cation with these lie wishes to rcaoh. OCO I. A X aSSo II FIT'It FEE DDD OCT,. AA 5 5 II X 11 E D D Q I. A A °SSo II FF II EE » D 0 CI, AAA , 5,! II F HE D D OOC LLLLA A b SS B II F II EEEDDD A DDD T, EFK TTTT oSS« AA D DL E T 5 AA D PI, F,K T "SS M AAA DDL X T s 2 A A DDD I.LLLKKE T °SS S Inserted in the columns of The Hebald at X X ■ 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. j Special rates for a longer period. X x Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property w ill do w ell to ad vertise in THE HERAI.U OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPECIAL MOT! CBS* T\ T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

CLIMATE AND CROPS. HOW THE FOOD SUPPLIES OF THE EARTH ARE REGULATED. Agrloultnre Is th* Baals of All Subsistence bnt Yet tbe Host Thickly *e.ltru Spofj Are Not by Any Mean* the Mo, I , ritllr. Java's Population. How much room i.; th rp earth for mankind:' Thin . q ientinn which ia often fffeu-ed and wi • >« an swered in a groat tv»w. way* Aa all food is either ■ 1 ly derived from the and tho plants need >U< light . heat of tho sun, the questioii iih to huw the light and heat are dlatrihated is an important one. If we assnme (which ii true) that only 60 per cent ot 1 ho heat of the sun reaches tho earth, the remainder being absorbed by the atmosphere, then latitudes 20 degrees north and sooth will receive 93 por cent; 40 degrees north and south, 68 per cent; 60 degreoe north and south, 40 per cent, and the poles only 17 per cent of the heat received at the equa tor. Therefore the countries which on account of tho amount of heat received are in the most favorable cironmstance...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 October 1893

8 NOTES Weather Knreao. Report of observations taken at I,o« Angeles, Oct. 1, 1803: BH'mjW'd 69 I M 35 I W " ther ■ B:' 0 ». m.'M 6:00 p m. 1211 3 4 Maximum temperature, 82. Minimum temperature, SI. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weathtr; continued warm westeily winds. The Santa Fe railway commenced yesterday sending its east-bound trains out as usual, the washouts having been thoroughly repaired. The public library will be open today as usual. There will be no schools in any of the departments. Most all county and city offices and tbe bsnks will be closed in observance of Labor day. The .rEolian quartette, under the direction of Mr. A. G. Bartlett, con sisting of Mrs. Lillian Fellows-Burdstte, Miss Matilda Knecht, Miss Adele O'Melveny and Miss Fannie Mabelle Lockhart, will take part in the opening social of the Unity club Wednesday evening. Everyone invited. PERSONAL. A. F. Messinger of Phoenix, Ariz., is in the city. P. H. Michner, a prominent horseman and spo...

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