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

The Herald REAL ESTATE BARGAINS ON SIXTH PAGE. vol. xxxix. no. m. WShk LAST CHANCE 1 IS NOW OFFERED! '■ 1 OUR 20 % REDUCTION SALE \' !♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦***♦♦*♦♦♦**♦**********♦ ] Continues but a few days only. We call par ticular attention to our large stock of MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., COR. SPRING AND FIRST STB. \ Ci'vsl ill Palace, . ga?" 10 MEYBERG BROTHERS. WOOTON DESKS. Every detail entering into the construction and finish of these desks has been given the most careful attention. All desks are guaranteed first-class. All corners are rounded—-all have slides on ends. All have rollemuins". All „ »K».fvfft extra fine oil polish, and all backs are finished the same as •ronte and ends. All are of honest, substantial construction. All may be depended upon to eive absolute satisfaction. We show a complete line of all Btjles and grades of desks, and a fine assort ment of OFFICE CHAIRS In Cane Seat, Wood Seat and Leather. Los Angeles Furniture Co 225-227-229 S. BROADWAY, Opp...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

A DAY'S DOINGS IN CONGRESS. The Automatic Car-Coupler Bill Passes the Senate. A Controversy Over the Kaweah Settlers' Belief Bill. A Seemingly Endless Debate of the Invalid Pensions Bill Begun. The Panama Canal Inves tigation. Etc St the Associated Pros. Washington, Feb. 11.—The bill to promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by compelling the railway companies to equip their cars with automatic couplers and con tinuous air brakes was finally disposed of in the senate today. The substitute for the house bill of last session was •greed to and the bill passed—yeas 38, nays 10. The only other important piece of leg islation done was the agreement to the finance report on the fortifications bill and the making of the Nicaragua canal bill unfinished bnsiness. A controversy, in which a good deal of heat and personal feeling was mani fested, arose upon the motion of Felton SI California to take up for considera on the joint resolution to provide for the appointment of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Pasadena's Grand Charity Ball and Its Attendants. riverside's Electric Light Company Shuts Off the Street Lamps. *1 li am bra Orange Grower! Form a Union. University Notes—Santa Ana News Hatters—Anaheim Farmers Bnsy. , Pasadena, Feb. 11.—The charity ball 'given by the Charity Organization so ciety at the Hotel Green last evening proved a most complete Buccesß, finan cially as well as socially. The beautiful music room of the hotel was filled to overflowing, while the coffers of the charity society were replenished in a royal manner. Tbe committee of ladies who had charge of the affair, and to whose effortß not a little of the success of the event was due, was composed of Mrs. W. TJ. Masters, Mrs C. F. Christy, Mrs. E. R. Hull, Mrs. F. F. Rowland, Mrs. P. C. Baker, Mrs. A. C. Armstrong, Mrs. Wm. Stanton, J. W. Hugus. Music was furnished by the Brockway orchestra. Refreshments were served in the din ing room during tbe course of tbe even ing, and were up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD Publishes SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josam D. Lynch. Jam us J. Aysbs. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. (Entered at the PostoSce at Los Angeles as Second-class Matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c Far Week, or 800 Per Month. TERMS BY HAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Heral». one year $8 00 Daily Hebald, six months 4 25 Daily Hirald, three months. 2 25 Daily Hebald, one month 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Hebald, six months 1 00 Weekly Hebald, three months 50 Illustrated Hebald, per cipy 20 Office of publication, 223-225 West Second •treat. Telephone 156. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscrlbsrs to the Los Angeles Daily Hebald will oc promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper will be sent to subscribers by mall unless th 9 same have been paid for In advance. This rule is Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Franoisco, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on file In...

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

IT MEANS CONSOLIDATION. Mr. J. F. Crank Gives the News Officially. Ihe Electric Company Will Bny In the Cable Road. *■ Agreement Ha* Been Reached by All the First Mortgage Bondholders With the Electric Road Officials. Interest in the resignation of Re ceiver J. F. Crank of the cable railroad ■vstem continued to increase yesterday in business circles in the city. It was with a view of ascertaining the exact status of affairs that a Hebald reporter found Mr. Crank yesterday afternoon in the court room of department No, 4 of the superior court, where argument in the foreclosure suit against the road is in progress. In response to questions Mr. Crank ■aid that he now had no hesitancy in talking about the matter, and he pro ceeded to throw a great deal of light upon the movements that are going on in cable and electric road circles. Being ■Bked in regard to his resignation as re ceiver, Mr. Crank said: •'You may say that I took the receiv ership of the road on motion of the creditors to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING. } The moat direct method of reaching tho public and making known your 3(1.. $ WWW a WJ N TTTTT 88SS W WW W AA M N T B 8 W WW W A A K5 J 8 WWW W A A KNN T 8 WWWW A A N N N T SSSB ■WW WW AAAA N N N T g WW WW A A N N N T 8 ■W W A AN UN T 8 S W W A A N NN T KSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The Herald. It is cheap, brings quick rcturos, and places the advertiser In direct communi tatlon with those he wishes to reach. COOL A s SSo ,SS~ II HFFII KRKPDD ci oil aa § s S sn F ii I D n O L A A B S8„ B SS M II WIIKK I> r> 0 01 AAA a 2 v 211 F II X D T> 000 LLLLA A B SS S B SS B II V II KEE DM) A I)DD L KEKITTToSSo AA D DI, E T 2 AA D T> L KB T °SSo AAA DDL R T 8 2 A ADDD LLLLEKE T Inserted in the columns of The Hebald at • 5 CENTS PER LINE TER PAY. $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rateß 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 TAPER. i CH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

EDUCATIONAL. lA.I A. SCHOOL OP ART AND DKHIGN (IN ,. corporated). New studies. Entrance In chamber of commerce. L K. Harden Macleod, principal. Pasadena, Tuesdays and Fridays. SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION—FULL COURSE In elocution. For particulars call on or ad dress by mail PROF. ,n,IIN Mcl i.l.til i ;il, Po tomac block, room 108. Evening classes; take elevator. 1-13 lm rpEACnERS' CLASS PREPARING FOScOUN~ JL ty examination. Positions for govern esses and teachers. UOJj S. Spring. 12-25 tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated) 144 South Main st. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses In the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assaying, and all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable, call at college office, or write for elegant catalogue. E. R. HlfltAllEß, president; F. W. KELSEY, vice president; I. N. INSKEEP, secretary....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, .February 11. 1893. Wm. I n*. <Th» ißll'mWdlVtll 0:00 a. m. 6:00 p. m 111 OX. '47 «s NW * - Max. tern.. 72: mln urn.. 45. f Rainfall paat 24 liouri, 0 00. ff Rainfall For the season, 17.43. Forecast* V Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weather; warmer; winds shilling to southerly. f' The Olive and St. Vincent football i teams will play on the latter's grounds next Saturday. The opening of the athletic contests •t the Ostrich farm, Santa Monica, has been postponed until next Sunday, the 19th. H. Schwannecke, United States in ternal revenne inspector, with head quarters at San Pedro, is in the city for several days. Last night the Main-street amphi theater was crowded with people drawn there by tbe new bill of attractions an nounced. The performance was thor oughly enjoyed, as it is of a sort to suit popular fancy—gymnastic, aerial and vaudeville. Mra. Dr. John Davis of Cincinnati died suddenly yesterda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. FASHION NOTES FOR THE WOMEN. Some of the Latest Slyl;s Il lustrated. Novelties in Designs of All Sorts of Gowns. Descriptions of New Toilettes Which Are Pictured—Technical Fashion News—Different Fabrics and Trimmings, Etc. Correspondence of the HEiiAi.n.l New York. Feb. 11,1893. rk, rev. 11, iou,». ODICEB properly have no wrong side. That is, the bones and all that are put between tbe material, and tbe linings, which is of silk or satin, of a contrasting color to the out- Bide, so that the dress is as pretty as can be when it hangs over a chair while my lady changes or as it is laid out ready for her to get into. Sleeve protectors, these dreadful things, are basted into the corset-cover arm holes. They change as of ton aB my lady changes her corset cover and are washed as often as the covers are, of course. The old, untidy custom of hav ing protectors fastened into a dress eleeve, staying there as long as tbe drees is worn, is all done away with. If you do not...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

10 their possession of the valleys of the Hudson and the Mohawk, held the gates of the continent, and by subse quent addition of tbe conquered Tusca roras, became the Six Nations known to our history, and which represented the highest type of the American Indian, membeis of which powerful races in tho unbroken line of descent abide in tbe Btate of New York today. This Indian exhibit will consist of a long row of wigwams and stockades, such aa were need by the Iroquois nation. The houses will be occupied by Indian families numbering about 30 persons. The con struction and material of these dwell ings and their surroundings will con form ac closely ac possible to the style that prevailed in the fifteenth century. The project to create an architectural representation of old Vienna in Chicago now aeema to be complete, the repre eentatlvea of the syndicate who will put it up reporting that their arrangements to that end have been completed. De ligna for old Vienna of 200 years ago have b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

THE RUNAWAY NEGRO UoiNp OUT-ATTAINED WITH HIM THB RANK OF A BHOfEB3ION. of tho Old -Was a Bom Woodcraftsman and Cave Dweller, and Be Cllmbod the Trees Monkey fashion—How He Mabuced to Live. Among tho many picturesque figures Kth which the old south tee-rund a most liking one was the ruuaway negro. Not »,h<? occasional "hldor out"—the one who •ought temporary refuge in the woods to iascapo ptinlalinaunt for something done or left undone, or for fear of bafn* fold tothe Bpectilators, nor even when tpo crop was grassy and the work hard, hut the one Who olung i a a wild life as instinctively as •n Indian, and who rnignt almost b« termed the professional runaway. Your genuine runaway was a born woodcraftsrnan. Tbs) habits of Wild ani mals aud ways ,of toklng them seemed to ;be his by intuition. 11c had no dlfhVntiy In varying bis menu of pig, lamb awl poul try with all oh* l rabbits, Bqnirreis, opos sums and fish that ho wanted. Sometimes jlie carriifd hts dr>g intottoa woods with ...

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

10 their possession oi the valleys of the Hudson and the Mohawk, held the gates of the continent, and by subse quent addition of tbe conquered Tusca roras, became the Six Nations known to oar history, and which represented the highest type of the American Indian, membeis of which powerful races in the unbroken line oi deeoent abide in the state of New York today. This Indian exhibit will consist of a long row of wigwams and stockades, such as were nsed by tbe Iroquois nation. The bouses will be occupied by Indian families numbering about 30 persons. The con struction and material of these dwell ings and their surroundings will con form ac closely as possible to the style that prevailed in the fifteenth century. The project to create an architectural representation of old Vienna in Chicago now seems to be complete, the repre sentatives of the syndicate who will put it up reporting that their arrangements to that end have been completed. De signs for old Vienna of 200 years ago have b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

THE RUNAWAY NEGRO fIIDING OUT-ATTAINED WITH HIM THB RANK-OF A RROffEBBION. of tbe Old 6<H.(h~.l!e TTu • Bom Woodorarrsrtian and Cave Dwollor, and Be Cliinbod the Trees SRmkeji Fashion—i:»w 110 Managed to live. Among tho many plctu.resn.ue figures tarith which the eld south teemed a meal Kriking DM was tlie runaway uegro. Not ithe ocoosional "hidor out"—the ono who •ought temporary refage in the woods to isscape pKiiishment for something done or left undone, or for fear of being soto tothe Bpecolators, nor oven when tjao crop was Brassy and the work bard, hut the one ,wbo dung te a wiW life as Instinctively as an Indian, arid who rtubjut almost bs termed the professional runaway. Your genuine runaway was a born woodcraftsiaon. The. habits of Wild ani mals and ways ,of taking them seemed to fee his by Intuition. Ho hud no difficulty In varying his menu of pig, liurtb <tod poul try with ail the rabbits, squirrels, opos sums and fish that he wanted. Sunwtfcaiea [lie carried hts do...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

12 ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS. A Very Important New Work on Theology. lost Illusions of Balzac Issued Suita bly in English. \th« Great French No vol lit in the Hand of a Capable Translator — Borne Kecent Publications—More Book Chat. ]bt l. behymib.] Roberta Brothers have just issued a Very comprehensive volume entitled a Guide to the Knowledge of God; a story of the chief Theodicies; by A. Gratry, professor of moral theology at the Sor bonne. The translation ia by Abby Langdon Algeer, and tbe introduction by William Bonneville Alger. It is one of the few works that have secured the distinction and reward of merit by being crowned by the French academy. In its original language the work passed through many editions, and attained tbe rank of an authorative classic. It is characterized by such comprehensive ness of scope, such force and beauty of style, such amplitude of learning, such ripeness and precision of thought, such depth of experience, and such catholici ty of spirit that no ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

THE AMERICAN STEAMSHIP. From Allan McLane's Day to the Present Writing. How Compound Engines Have Swal lowed the Walking Beam. The Kxtravagant Sldewheel Fleet of the Pactfle Mall Company and tho Giant Blunder of Building It—The Lines of the Paclflo. Id the first part oi this article I closed tip with a description of the Vanderbilt Bteamship, then the largest wooden ves sel in tbe world except the sailing ship Great Republic, owned by Abiel A. Low, who died in Brooklyn about two weeks ago. A very correct model of the Vanderbilt may be seen in Hancock Banning's window on Second street, near Spring, and Capt. W. L. Merry of Nicaragua canal fame, pronounced it an excellent likeness when he was here in October last. At the period when the Vanderbilt was running to Havre, the record stood like this on transatlantic passages: ACB.OSS THE ATLANTIC. Year. American. d. h. m. 1852- AtctiO* 9 17 15 1853— BalliO* » 1« 33 1800-Adriatio* 0 13 30 1859-Vanderbiltt 9 8 00 Enell'U. 1853-Perala. P 1 4...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

14 DIAMOND CUTTERS. IN ONE Or» Tffc yU»6CdT nouses. jaM*Mk~* Cno pi&raft earfl Dt.ne.te Task t ting JeWel* from Ji<tugh Stonoj—Seleet tag an<i Dtfidtpg the Jewel* Before Tbey Reach the workroom. Not aU aiiuMtmdjTtisnd in thia part of Europe tea csft iv ftarls 'or in Arnster. Ham; but in'(JtmeVa, close by the Qua! 4eTa poste there is tb**Taulere de Dia. tiiants" of the Du'ptits Bros. Not only that, bat' most of the diamond cut ters here *r* rouw women, "tree in- moat attractive. They rtoeive, too, for tvsrk of tho same kind aa tba) dflhe -by men the same rate of compensation, trod many of them earn, £hou«n their hours are not Jong, from «%D to f)ftsefi a week. The establishment of Dopuis Frews la in a faandsom* «rf>riite btiilding, just at the Ijead of the Cbulonvreniere, and occu pies its second etago. The building is trijw|ulir iti form, "tilth its private of fXcesnpai «i6"4pe«. The first of these offees is a tfosiy room where the precious atones are'Jce*t after outtin...

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

FOR LITTLE FOLKS. A Young Elocutionist. Pretty littlo Edna Hackea Springer is only eight years old. but she is excep tionally gifted. She is a phenomenal elocutionist aud possesses dramatic power rare in ono so young. She is also » cleWr cancer. She will appear at many drawing room entertainments ! this winter and? is very popular. She v : always willing to give her services for any good cause. The accompanying 'picture depicts her in the cha er of a tambourine girl.—New York Recorder. ' t Beady, but Not Responsible. CJporgie had taken lessons on the lm for six months or moro. Ho was., ing away on an exercise tho other d When his father said: "It seems to me you havo been kept on those exercises about long enough, ' Why don't you learn to play a tune?" "I can plfty tunes all right enough," replied Georgie. "I don't believe it. I nover hoard you play one." "Well, lean all the same," "H'mphl I'd just like to hear you." "I can play 'Home, Sweet Home/." exclaimed Georgie, firing up, "an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 February 1893

16 FOR AMUSEMENT SEEKERS. The Atractions Which Will Be Seen Here. The Spider and the Fly Burlesque Spectacle This Week. Ol* Olson at the Lo» An colas —A Couple of Notable Musical Kvents—Gossip aad News About Theatrical People aad Matters. Another doll dramatic week has passed and now theater-goers can look forward to a season of leg drama and dialect comedy; the Spider and Fly and Ola Oleson being booked for this week at the Los Angeles theater. There has been some objection made to tho posters displayed by the Spider and Fly company, on the ground that they pictured too freely women's forms, untrammeled by drapery. It has even been suggested that the city council follow the example of San Diego's alder men, and prohibit such bills. Such silly propositions are hardly worth taking seriously; if the bills •hould be prohibited so should the per formance. It it is injurious to peo ple of high morality to look at a picture of a woman clad in little else than tights, it must be decidedly ...

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

WANT A HOflE? A COSY LITTLE HOME MAY BE HAD BY CONSULTINO. THE HERALD S ADLET COLUMNS. SEE SIXTH PAGE j VOL. XXXIX. NO. I*s. LAST CHANCE IS NOW OFFERED! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«>♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ 1 OUR 20 % REDUCTION SALE \ Continues but a few days only. We call par ticular attention to our large stock of MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., COR. SPRING AND FIRST ST3, Crystal Palace; S?«.!?" to MEYBERG BROTHERS. Hard to 13cat ! rwear ever seen in Los Angeles; (they're hard to beat for wear be- t^/f cause they're genuine, well made / '> t^LvW^ and durable, and impossible to »VWs /jS^^L-v beat in price because they're ,/\ >\ sold at such ridiculously low fig- ures that such a word as "bar- gain " doesn't half tell the story. *tlh^^\j^^^Lf^Q When winter has got into the '^t^-^^^ty^^^* homestretch winter stocks must fcjgs** '* > i« c - i »» i,> '' i «S« follow suit. Our hats must go on the heads of our customers (that's where they belong\ and at prices that will please. DESMOND HATT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 February 1893

2 ANNEXATION DECIDED UPON. President Harrison's Mind Is Folly Made Up. Jle is Understood to Favor Taking Hawaii In. A Special Message on the Subject to Be Laid Before Congress Thia Weak —Progress of the Nego tiations. By the Associated Press. N«w York, Feb. 12.—The Herald's Washington correspondent says: "The annexation ol Hawaii is decided on, so I am told. President Harrison has fully made up his mind as to tbe proper course to pursue. In fact, lam told he has already given the annexation com missioners assnranees entirely satisfac tory to them of the course that will be adopted by the pres ent administration. The president has no intention of leaving the matter ior the next administration t» settle. His message to congress, now under preparation, will probably be completed tomorrow and by Wednesday will be be fore both the house and senate. I am informed President Harrison is devot ing much consideration to the message, Intending to make it the strongest state paper of his term, ...

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