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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. The Science People to Visit Prof. Lowe at Pasadena. ganta Ana the Scene of a Notable Horse Sale. Tledondo Shipping; Note*—Redlands 1.0 --cal Allaire — Lordsburg Matters. Pomona Personals and News Notes. Pabadena, Feb. 17.—1n response to an invitation from Prof, and Mrs. T. S. C. Lowe tbe members of the Southern Cal ifornia Science aaaociation will visit Pasadena in a body, tomorrow, for the purpose of inspecting the collection of interesting objects belonging to the pro fessor and wife. Members of the society are requested to meet at the Terminal First Btreet sta tion and take the 1:25 train for Paeade na, getting off at the California street station and going directly to the profes sor's residence on South Orange Grove avenue. Thia collection ia well worthy a care ful inspection, being the result of almost a lifetime's work in bringing it together from almost every portion of the globe. It includes curios from New Mexico, England, Alaska, the South Sea...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D Lynch. Jaxen j. Aysss. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. njntered st tbe Postoffice et T.os Angeles as Second class Mattir.j DELIVERED BY CARRIERS at BOc Per Week, or 800 Per Month. TERMS BY KAIL, INCLUDING TOSTAGK: Daily Hebal»>, one year $8 00 Daily Hbbald, six months A 25 Daily Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Hbrald, one month 80 Veekly Herald, one year 1 60 Weekly Heraid, six m, nths 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per C3py. 20 Office of pub (cation, 223-223 West Second Street. Telephone 156. Notice to Hall Subscribers. The papeis of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los Anoelis Daily Herald will De promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper Will be sent to subscribers by mall unless the Mmc have neon paid for In advance. This rule is inflexible. AVERS a LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper la kept on file I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

DID BENTLEY KILL HIS WIFE? Testimony Yesterday at the De fendant's Examination. The Evidence so far Looks Bad for the ex-Coachman. Oreat Interest In the Cane — Bentley Looks Nnrrous — Mra. Bentlej'a Maul Ulvee Some Strong Testimony. The Bentley murder case haa set more people guessing in Lob Angeles than at any time since the celebrated Hattie Wolfstein caße, five years ago. Bentley's preliminary examination began yesterday morning before Justice Seaman and several witnesses gave their testimony during the day. The facts developed were in line with the testimony elicited at the coroner's inquest, but were brought out more in detail and in a clearer manner and showed the defendant surrounded by a chain of circumstances which he will find it very difficult to explain. Assistant District Attorney Skinner conducted the prosecution and was as sisted by J. V. Hannon, while Ben Goodrich took the lead in the defense, being assisted by J. A. Anderson, jr. Attorney Hayford also occupied a sea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

6 JJ Ctm ADVKKWBING. * * ■ The moit dlreot nwthod of rcachtns tho public *ud making known your * * WWW A M< H TTTTT BSSS W WW W AA KN B T R S W WW W AA P» N B T S WWWW A A B X B T H WWWW AA B N N T SSRB WWWW AAA A B B B T S WW WW A A B B B T B W WA AB.BB T B 8 . w W A A B UK T KSSS b through the cuuo.tfled art columns of The Hkrai.l'. It '» cheap, brings quick returns, ftnrt places tho atlvertiser In direct cclnmuui •atlon with ho wishes to roach. 000 I. A S SB» K SS S II FFFII ERR DUD O OL AA g ■ 2 "*[ F TI X I) n O L A A "88k "SS„ II |f II XX r> I, Col aaa hShSiif ii k dd 000 lllla ass ii w 11 kee I>dd i a hdd t kektttt k ss„ aa d pl f. t s 8 AA P I> L XX T ft SS» AAA n OL E T s 3 A A ODD LIXI.EEB T B SS S Inserted in the columns of The Herald at .* 1 * t 8 CENTS PER LINK PER PAY. ,{ »1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. ' Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, bujr or sell property will do well to advertise in The Herald. SPBOIAL ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange. Review. New Yohk, Feb. 17.—The stock market was emarkable for the volume of business, width ,f fluctuations and rather neutral results of he day's doings. The baars made a vigorous Iriro again3t Heeding ana leading Industrials, butaftor all at Ihe close only Reading, New England and Cordigc showed any marked loss. While there were some important gains i n the general railroad list, changes were about equal between gains and losses of small fractlcns. Government bunds closed dull and cnticr. MONKY QUOTATIONS. Nbw Yorit, Feb. 17.—Money on call, firmer; Closed offered at 6 per cent. Prime mercantile pnper—!K3G por cent Hterllngexchange—Ciu'et but easier; 00-day bills, 94 ;«'.',. demand, $4 86J» STOCKS AND BONDS. Nnw York, Feb. 17.—Closing quotat'ons wore as follows: C. C. 4s, regular.. 112!4|North American.. 10 Do coupon It 2 1 4j North western 112J4 V. S. 2s, regular.. O'.)M Do preferred—l 43 Paciflc 6s 105 N. Y. Central UtO% Atchison O'egon lmpt 20H Amer....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Febrnary 17, 1893 ae. I Bar. jTher. a. m. HO20 p. m 130.131 54 N8 W Max. tern., £7: miv tern., 30, Rainfall past -4 hours, 0 00. Rainfall for tho season, 17.46. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; coolor:northerly winds. Not one single marriage licenae was obtained yeaterday of the county clerk. Tbe new red cement walk around the county court house is now nearly com pleted. There will be a Sunday afternoon con cert at Weßtlake park by the Douglass military band, at 2:30 o'clock. John Musso, a well known musician, was made happy yesterday by the ar rival of a 10 pound girl at his house. The first annual ball of the Order of Railway Conductors, Los Angeleß Divis ion No. 111, will be held at Turner hall on Wednesday evening. Undelivered telegramß at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, cor ner Main and Court streets, February 17th, for J. D. Smiley, E. Jameson, S. S. Wallace, A. L,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

The Herald REAL ESTATE BARGAINS ON SIXTH PAGE. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 131. PREPARATORY TO OUR SPRING OPENING, WE ARE OFFERING A LARGE LINE OF 1 mis pasts & m mm j AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. MULLEN, BLUETT J GO. COR SPRING AND FIRST STS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. ON SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK: A LINE OF FINE ENGLISH PORCELAIN CHAMBER SETS, In six-piece or ten-piece sets. We are selling; them at a lower price than ever before. WE SHOW THE LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT OF DINNER SETS In the city, at prices that cannot be beaten. CALL AND SEE THEM AND BE CONVINCED. MEYBERG BROS. A. Kiill Hand Ib a winning one, and that's the cage with our stock of Hats, Underwear, Neck wear. Hosiery, Suspenders, etc., etc. These goods are winning admiration from crowds of buyers, who are carrying off about as impossible to keep the stock full &imst*j£&£i. U P 08 wou ' ( l De *° keep a sieve full of water. Our stock of Neckwear ia full of %ooA things though, and includes all the f very lat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

2 GLADSTONE'S HOME RULE PLAN. First Reading of the Bill in the Commons. a Synopsis of the Measure Giving Its Salient Features. Whnt the Irish Legislature May and May Mot Do-McCarthy and Other Nationalists Endorse the Scheme. By the Associated Press. London, Feb. 18.—Gladstone's home rule bill was read today for the first time in the house of commons. Following is a summary of its provisions: THE IRISH LEGISLATURE. There shall be established in Ireland a legislature consisting of her majesty the queen and two houses —legislative council and legislative assembly. The Irish .legislature is given power to make laws for the government of Ireland with reapeot to matters exclusively relating to that country. It shall not have power to make laws respecting the following matters: The status or dignity of tbe crown or succession to the crown or re gency ; the lord lieutenant, as the repre aentative of the crown; making peace or war; matters arising from a state Of war; naval or military force...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. The Scientists Visit Prof. Lowe's Museum at Pasadena. Actresses in Tights Still Causing Dis- cussion in Santa Ana. Van Pedro Notes—Terminal Island Af fairs — I n) vcrslt y News —Local Happenings at Pomona. Other News. Pasadena, Feb. 18.—Fully 100 mem bers and friends of the Southern Cali fornia Science association accepted the invitation of Professor and Mrs. T. S. C. Lowe to vißit their Pasadena home and inapect the private collection of curios of every description that have been gathered from almost every nation of the globe. The party took the ItSS Terminal train, arriving in Pasadena at 2 o'clock, and repaired at once to the Lowe resi dence, on Orange Grove avenue, return ing at 5:25. The time the viaitore spent in this city waa eagerly taken advan tage of by the scientists for a thorough examination of this most interesting, and without doubt one of the liuest pri vate collections in existence. Located on the lower floor of the resi dence, it occup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD ■ rrjBLisHXD SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. Jahis J. Ay Ms. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. (Entered at tbe Postofflce at Los Angeles as Second-class Matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c Per Week, or 800 Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDINO rOSTAGE' Daily Hxbalb, one year $8 00 Daily Hibald, six months 4 25 Daily Hmald, three months 2 85 Daily Hibald, one month 80 WitKLY Hibald, one year 1 50 Weekly Hmald, six months 1 00 Weekly Hibald, three months 50 Illdstbated Ukbald, per cDpy. 20 Office ot pub'lcstlon, 223-225 West Second street. Telephone 156. Notlee to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribars to the Los Anoeles Daily Hibald will oo promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper will bsaent to subscribers by mail unless thn same have Deen paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. AVERS LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on file in his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

THE CHINESE HAPPY NEW YEAR. The Klung Klung New Years Celebration. ▲ Chinaman's Opinion of Irreverent White Visitors. ttuenes and Iscldents Yesterday In tbe Celestial Quarter of tl-« City During the Chinese Festival. Chinatown is being vieited this year, Upon the occaeion of the anniversary known aa Chineae New Year, by a larger number of visitors and eight seers of all kinds than ever before. Yeßterday and last night were particularly busy timea in the bad smelling quarter where the Celestials live and carry on their pe culiar methods of life. It was a sort of culmination yesterday of the holiday spirit of the Mongols, and they carried on their observance of the time without any more regard to the presence of hundreds of white people than they could help. The ever present and bursting fire cracker was not without its influence, and ii there were any bad spirits within hailing distance, they were relegated to obscurity for tbe time being. It is a curious experience which po licemen ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING. • The most direct method of reaching the '■ public and making known your * * WWW a ■ I TTTTT RSSS W WW W AA NN N T S 8 WWWW AA N N N T 8 WWWW A A N N N T 8 WWWW AA NNN T SSSS WWWW 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 | NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of The Herald. It is cheap, brings quic". returns, Ind places the advertiser in direct couimuni tatton with those he wishes to reach. OOOt A S SS B oSS„ IT FFFIT KEE PUD Lor. aa 582h ii I ii n p n L A A "US. M SS X 11 FF II XX I) D C L AAA . J, SIIF HE D T* ULUXA A 88 8S 11 F HEF.KDDD A DDD L KKBTTTT N SS„ At" i.: E T « AAD DL KB T B SB S AAA DDL X T s 5 A A DDD LIXI.EEK T s SS a Inserted in the columns of Tun Hebald at ** • S CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. ; ; 81.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. ■ Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or soil property will do well to advertise In The Heuald. CHURCH ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) COR ner Ada...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

CONSTANTLY JUMPING UPWARDS Keal Estate Continues Increas ing in Demand and Value. another Big- Spring-Street Sale In dicates the Tendency. If. H. Perry Purchases the Turnverein Hall Property— Opinions of Expirts on the Condition of the Real Estate Market. Another big real eatate clicker was concluded yesterday, when the long pending negotiations for the purchase of Turnverein hall by Mr. vV. H. Perry, the owner of the adjoining Los Angelea theater, were concluded, and that gen tleman became the posaesaor of the building at the price of $100,000, which ia to be paid on the nail on the passing of the title. The building ia 60 feet front and Ida foet in depth. Mr. Ferry will put another story on it, and erect an elevator which will serve both Turn verein hall and the theater. The hall will continue to be used aa a place for amusements and entertain mente, under the management of Harry Wyatt. OPINIONS ON TFIB MARKET. Mr. John F. Humphreys, who is an old resident of this city, was aeked ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Loi Angeles, >»biuarT 18, 1893. 44 00 W Max. tern., 73: mm. tent., to. Balnfall past _•» hours, O 00. Rainfall lor the season, 17.16. Foreeaat. Forecast for Southern California: fair weather; stationary temperature; variable winds. H. Pansier, a trainman and member of tbe B. of K. T., and employed on be coast division of the Smta Fe. died yer terday morning of typhoid fever. lie leaves a wife and two children. Twa senate committees are in tbe city, having been to visit tbe Whittier state reform school. They will on Monday spend tbe morning in the state Lormal school. The yonng Tnfta-Lyons yesterday de feated the Redondos by the score of 11 to 4. Neath and Stronbn did great bat tery work, baying 14 strike outs, while Tyler was hit hard at times. Mr. Hoßtetter, who owns the Ilostat ter tract, it is said, will sue for a perma nent injunction against the construction of the smelter on Boyle Height , ac soon as work commenc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. WHAT THE WOMEN ARE WEARING Some Pointers About Modes in New York. late Fashions Described and Shown in Illustrations. Hood Advice About tho Selection of Fabrics and the Manner in Which to Have Them Hade Up. Correspondence to the HEitALD.I New York. Feb. 1,1893. OTJLD anything 'ue more euitable lor brisk outdoor walking than the I costume pictured in the initial illus tration? It has an open cloak and a vest of velvet. The material is of wool in a gray blue tint. Tbe vest is of gray blue velvet and the cloak of the came color, but of lighter cloth and trimmed with camelo' hair braid. The Bkirt is taken in the width, so that no peem is needed ex . cept in the back, wbic'i is gored so that it lookß like # 1. .w.a.l j t'( nu. any other skirt. In f rout it needs Borne small pleats; in the back the iolde turn toward tbo center. The skirt is lined with silk or satin and haß a balnyeuse. The waiat is plain and may be worn with or without the velvet vest, the long jack...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

10 GOSSIP OF TURF AND TRACK. The Spring Meeting at the Fair Grounds. The Weights in the Big Coming Handicaps Eastward. ?»lvntor and How He Got Ills Name—Old Echora Sold to Philadelphia--The fihowing- of Iroqnols' Stock. Late Importations. Tbe few lingering veterans that are ■lapping tho mud ol Oakland from nnder their hoofs will be here early next week, and Mr. Ryan will have the track in splendid order for a "gathering o' the clans." It is quite probable that there will be more two-year-olds on the track here than have been seen at any previous meeting held within the state. The large and valuable stakes offered at Chicago in June, in addition to those of the tracks at Morris Park, Gravesend, Coney Island and Long Branch, have led to the taking np and training of many youngsters that would have otherwise been neglected. The Baldwin stable hasieome good material of this age got 'by imp. Cheviot and the Emperor of tJotfolk which will give the visiting stables a lively tussle for the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

GOULD WAS NOT ILL. fet>TTING AT REST A RUMOR THAT THE FINANCIER WAS SICK. (tor? of a Reporter Who Mot Mr. Gould In tbe Railroad King's Own House—A Commotion in tho Residence When Mr. Gould Stumi.leil and Fell to the Floor. It was about a week after tbe elevated tToJiroad hearing in the court of common pleas iv November, lSti!), that I had a funny experience interviewing Jay Gould. Ho had been on the witness stand two consec utive days, standing the legal firing ns calmly as if questioned by one of his clerks. The courtroom was packed to suffocation by Demons brought there through curiosity to sco Gould. Several times he passed his hand over his brow, and the judge ordered the windows lowered to give more air, par ticularly as It seemed at one time that the witness would faint. A couple of duys later rumor had it Mint Mr. Gould waa sick, but all reporters were met by Georgo Gould, who gave the iwsur ance that his father was quite well. I called at the Fifth avenue mansion the fol ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

12 TALKS ABOUT RECENT BOOKS. A Book About the Indian and His Traits. k Collection of Recent Stories by J. S. Wade. Veorge Bird Grlnnell'a Book on Pawnee Folk Lore—A Comedy of Elope ment—Book Notes and Goaslp. BY L. BEHYMER. Almost a year ago I picked up a book which completely fascinated me, owing to the fact that I bad lived almost 10 years among the Sioux Indians and was well acquainted with their hero stories and folk tales. The book was Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk Tales, by George Bird Grinnell. Charles Scribner'a Sons have juat published another interesting book by the aame author and in the same vein entitled Blackfoot Lodge Talea: The Story of a Prairie People. It ie a book full of inatruction as well aa entertaining from beginning to end. The moat shameful chapter of American history is that in which ia recorded the account of our dealings with the In diana. The t tory of our government's intercourse with this race is an un broken narrative of injustice, fraud and robbery. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

AN EPISODE IN OLD MEXICO. A Reminiscence in Which Sam Brannan Figures. The Murder of Two Prospectors and the After Events. a Story of a Crime Which Contains All the Kleniente of a Wild frontier Ro mance. The building of the Sonora railway in 1880-81 brought to Guaymas and Her mosillo many strangers, and as the road progressed these two cities assumed au air of prosperity and activity never be fore witnessed in those sleepy cities and now well nigh forgotten. Those who came to Sonora wore not all mechanics connected with the railroad company. There were others who opened restaur ants, saloons and stores, among the lat ter being a firm of which Maj. W. B. Hooper, now of the Occidental hotel, was the head, who dealt in oils, hard ware, lamps, etc. Adventurers, too, of both sexes, whose business was not that of commerce, flocked to Sonora to prey upon nativeß and foreigners alike. One of the strangest of the latter class was old Sam Brannan, the renegade Mor mon, who landed one day in G...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

14 ODD PEOPLE OF ASIA. PECULIAR RACE OF DWARF SAVAGES IM THE NILGIRIS. A Benarktlfle Con-try with Many znarkable Cftatona —An Interesting Story of the Creation and th* First Hu man Being.—A Weird BorlsO. With queer inrißtency the Enßliah resi dents in India oeß the Himalayan ranges only these immense moun tains, but also the tremendous chain which runs parallel to the Indian Mean and sends its feelers, aa it were, into the canter of south India. "Hills" Indeed is the generic term for tho. c stations in which the weory"(rsrj_»n und his wife, the soldier and his family betake them •elves to rest during tho woeful heats of ■unuaer. Simla is naturally the grandest.of these summer capitals. ror it houses the im perial government; Naini Tal shelters that of the uartbweait provinces; Bengal retreats to Darjiliing and Madras to that most delightful of all stations —Utaca- mnnd, in the Nilgiri hills. Tho Niigiris aro perhaps the most beautiful of the many beautiful moun tain ranges in India....

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