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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

CHRYSAN THEMUMS. With summer and sun bohind yon, Wfth winter and shade before, Ton orowd In yonr regal splendor Through the nutnmn's cloainK door. White ac the snow that is coming, Red as tile rose thot is gune. Cold as the heart of the lilies, Pink as tho flush ot' the dawn. Confidant, winsome, strtely, You throng in the wane of the yeir. Trooping an army with banners When tho leafless woods are sere, Eweet in your breath as of spices From a far sea island blown. Chaste your rotes as of vcetals Trimming their lamps alone; Strong ure your hearts and sturdy— The lifo that In root and stum Smolders and glows till It sparkles In each flowery diadem. Nothing of bloom and odor Have your peerless legions lost, Marching in fervid beauty To challenge the death white frost. Bo to the eye of sorrow Ye briHK a flicker of light; Tho cheek that was wan with illness Smiles at your faces bright. The children laugh in greeting. And the dear old people say, "Hero are the self same darlinfrs We loved...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

14 ODD PEOPLE OF ASIA. PECULIAR RACE OF DWARF SAVAGES IM THE NILGIRIS. A BeroarkaWte Country with Many Bex matrfcable Creatures —Au Interesting Story of the Creation and the Firat. Hu man Beluga—A Weird Burial, With queer insistency the English resi dents in India oaH tho Himalayan ranges only these immense moun tains, bat also the tremendous chain which runs parallel to the Indian oce:m and sends its feelers, as it were, into the center of south India. "Hills" inded is the generic term for those stations iv which tho weaiyrArllian und his wife, the soldier and his family betake them selves to rest during tho woeful heats of summer. Simla is naturally the grandestof these trammer capitals, ior it houses the im perial government; Naini Tal shelters that of the northwest provinces; Bengal retreats to Oarjiliing and Madras to that most delightful of all stations —Utaca- mnnd, in Mm Nilgiri hills. The Niigiris aro perhaps the most beautiful of the many beautiful moun tain ranges in Indi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

CHRYSAN THEMUMS. With summer and sun behind yon, Wrth winter und ahado before. You crowd to your regal splendor Throngh the autumn's closing door. White ac the snow that is coming, Red as the rose that is gone. Cold as the heart of the lilies, Pink as tho flush ot' the duwn. Confident, winsome, sta tuly. You throng in tho wane of the yo-ir. Trooping an army with banners When tho leafless woods aro sare. Eweet in your breath as af apices From a far aea island blown. Chaste your rotes as of veetals Trimming their lamps alone; Strong are your hearts and sturdy— The life that in root and stem Smolder., and glows till It sparkles In each P.owcry diadem. Nothing of bloom and odor Have your peerless legions lost, Marching in fervid beauty To challenge the death white frost. fio to the eyo of sorrow Yo bring a flicker of light; Tho cheek that was wan with illness Smiles at your faces bright. The children laugh in greeting. And the dear old people say, "Hero are the self same darlings We lov...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 February 1893

16 MATTERS FOR THEATER GOERS. Comment on the Events of the Past Week. A Long List of Announcements of Coming- Companies. Drama, I.ecturos, Specialties, Comedy and Opera Noted on the Theatri cal ISIII of Fare Announced by the Managers. Mr. Leavitt gives people their money 'b worth in hie show The Spider and Fly. It lasta for three hours and is full of variety and shapely lege, but why does he not have Mias Royce learn some new songs? She sings well and her songs are pretty, but they are the same ones she gave when here over a year ago. When one reflects that site has kept them go ing every night since that time and is likely to continue until she cornea again, the effect is fatiguing. She is a charm ing young woman physically and voc ally, bnt if she would only reach that point where she could not sing the old song she sang so long ago, it would be better for her and her audiences. Ole Olson is an amusing enough play, and no fanlt can be found with tbe way it was presented here. One ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

PAYING RENT? _ WELL, STOP IT, AND BUY A HOME ON THE INSTALLnENT PLAN. SEE THE BARGAINS ON HERALD S SIXTH PAGE, VOL. XXXIX. NO. 132. PREPARATORY 1 A TO OUR SPRING OPENING, ] WE ARE OFFERING A LARGE LINE OF [is PANTS & ITS CLiTBII 1 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. MULLEN, BLUETT I GO. QOR SPRING AND FIRST STS. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. ON SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK: A LINE OP 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. Full Hand lea winning one, and that's the cane with our stock ot Hats, Underwear, Neck wear, Hosiery, Sußpendors, etc., etc. These goods are winning admiratron from crowds oi bnyere, who are carrying off § r@sX~\ the!r o elections 80 constantly that it's asoat us Jmpobiule to Keep tbe Block full '\^L<J&% r A<Si up o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

2 CATHOLIC CONGRESS. |T WTU. MEET IN CHICAGO AND BE AN IMPORTANT ASSEMBLY. Tfca SnJtjeots That An te Be Discussed and' the Prominent People Who Will Be Pxesenfe-Tho Congress to Be Mm •**d by Laymen. |o"»rriehi BG3, by American Press Assocla f «tnn 1 .1 jjH H announce ment has .'recent ly been mada in an official man ner that, al though the con gress of members oi the Roman Catholio church in America—both lay and cleric— that is to be held tt CMoago daring 1899 is yet months in the future, tbe prograinmo for the meet- Uttghas been arranged, this eongtnes will in many respects the most important that has been held in the United States. The policy iof holding those meetings of lay church men Is an old one in Europo, more espe cially in BHnoo and Belgium, but it is as yet new to Roman Catholics of Amer ica. They were "brought about largely through the infiuencO of Cardinal* Gib bons. ; Tbe first congress was held in Balti more in 1889 said Was \a every way a notable gathering. Mote than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. ' Pasadena Experiences Symp toms of a Boom. Hews Notes of General Interest from the Crown of the Valley. Anaheim People Find Grapes Not as Profitable as Other Products. Bedondo News Mat ters—Notes. Pasadbna, Feb. 10.—The fact is be coming more apparent every day tbat Pasadena as well as the rett of Southern California is entering on an era of unpre cedented prosperity—an era of steady but rapid advancement, entirely devoid of the feverish boom features. The large number of sales that have been made here during tbe past few months in real estate, and the marked advance in city property, is but one of many signs that point to this conclusion. The town is crowded and jammed with eastern visitors, our hotels and boarding houses are filled to running over, one popular resort on East Colorado street turning away 25 people in a single day, being unable to alford accommodations. While a large number of these visitors will return eaot with the approach of summer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

* LOS ANGELES HERALD PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josefn D Lynch. James J. amis. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. (■ntcred at tho Postoffice at Los Angeles al Second-class Matter.] DKLTVSRRD BY CARRIERS' At 200 Per Week, ar 800 Per Month. TEEMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hkralb, one year $8 00 Daily Herald, six months 4 25 Daily Herald, three months. 2 25 Daily Herald, one rr outh 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months. 100 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy. 20 Office ol publication, 223-223 West Second Street, Telephone 156. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to tbe Los Angeles Daily Herald will do promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper 'Will he s*nt to subscribers by mall nnlcsi tha ( ismc have oeen paid lor in advance. This rule It inflexible. AYBRS & LYNCH. [ L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Iferchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Is an authorized aiccnt. This paper is kept ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

A HALF CENTURY IN THE CHURCH. The Fiftieth Anniversary of Pope Leo's Consecration. Impressive Ceremonies Yesterday at Saint Vincent's Church. Beautiful Music by tho Choir—Father Meyer Preaches the Anniversary Sermon—An Outline of the Holy Father's Career. Catholics throughout the world yes terday obßerved the 50th anniversary of the consecration of Pope Leo XIII. It was the Episcopal jubilee of the holy father. In the holy city the celebra tion of the anniversary was on a grand scale. A cablegram states that thou sands of pilgrims arrived from the vari ous countries of Europe and partici pated. The papal secretary of state, Cardinal Rampolla, gave a great diplo matic dinner. The holy father, through hie secretary of state, sent a message of greeting to the United States in which be expressed his earnest and unswerv ing affection for thia country. Here in Los Angeles the Catholic con gregation observed tbe golden jubilee fittingly. At St. Vincent's church, cor ner of Grand avenue' an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

<5 ADVERTISING. V 8» * B The most direct method or reaching the • public and making known your WWW A N TTTTT BSSS W WW W AA NN N T 8 8 W WW W A A N N N T S I, tVWWW A A NNN T S WWWW AA NNN T SSSS 1 WWWW AAA A N N N T S [WW WW A A N N N T S W W A AN N N T 8 8 LWWA A N NN T SSSS Ts through the classified ad columns of THE Uikald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser tn dlreet communt eation with those he wishes to reach. OCOL ' A b'So s SS„ II FFFII EFK HDD C Ct AA s S " E 11 E " D U L AA s SSo M S.S s I! IFII RK D D OCI AAA U S H 3" E 11 X " O CCO LIJJ.AA S SS s "SS S 11 F II HKK DDl> I A ODD I, FKETTTTsi'SSc AA D DI, V. T 5 8 AAD I) L KB T a SSa AAA DDL X T X 3 A A ODD LLLL KEE T "SS 8 tneerted In the columns of The llebaid at mt* * j 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. j $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. ] ri • Special rates for a longer period. : * ~ V- Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise in Tun Hkhai.h, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

ELUDING REPORTERS. HOW BIG GUNS DODGE NIMBLE PEN CILS AT THE HOTELS. ▼he Hotel Visitor Is Sufo If He Hus Made Himself Solid with tho Hotel Clerk. Thankless Work for Enterprising News paper Men —Many Tricks. In attempting to avoid a man or a wom an at a large hotel it is necessary to use v good deal of wisdom. You do not need to be a detective and glide through tfce lobby, making frequent changes tn your headgear or in yottr coats, or in pulling on or taking •ft a false mustache. All you need to do Is to: Lie to the bell boy. Tip the clerk. Locate the little side door. And attend to one or two other small ■natters. When tbe reporter starts out on the "ho tel beat" trying to interview celebrities he has absolutely no guarantee that his work Will net anything worthy of record. A hotel "beat," lt should be understood, means getting news at the hotels. "Beat" la used tn the sense of route. This is about the way it goes: Tbe re porter stops first, let us Buy, nt tha famous place that has ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 19, 1893. 4:00 a. m.j 1:00 p. m | ! 49 81 n N W Max. tern., 71: mln. tern., 42. Rainfall past 24 hours, O 00. Rainfall tor the season, 17.46. Forecast. Forecast 'or Southern California: Fair Breather; stationary temperature; westerly winds. About 15,000 people vißited Westlake park yesterday. The crowd was simply enormous. Dr. D. N. Mathia haa moved into his new residence corner Fourteenth and Santee streets. The board of supervisors will meet this morning in regular session, to transact some important business. W. Barlow showed the Herald yester • fine sample of ripe raspberries, grown on hia place this month at Yerdugo. The free labor bureau is being very liberally patronized; at least quite a crowd of unemployed can be seen there daily. There is some talk of a new grand jury being summoned to take up four or live cases wbich the district attorney desires to have looked into. Today Receiver Trask w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

I PAYING RENT? [ WELL, STOP IT, AND BUY A WHOMB ON THE INSTALLrtENT L PLAN. SEE THE BAROAINS ON EMERALD'S SIXTH PAOB, I ytttt m>mt« *>m'> ■ ■» mm mm VOL. XXXIX. NO. 133. PREPARATORY J- TO OUR SPRING OPENING, L fJTE ARE OFFERING A LARGE LINE OF ♦»♦♦»♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦ 1 mis pints t m nam i ?♦»«#»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. MULLEN, BLUETT I GO. OOR 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-niece or ten-piece sets. We are selling them at a lower price than r 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 Full Hand tea winning one, an* that's the case with our. stock of Hats, Underwear, Neck wear, Hoeiery, Suspenders, etc., etc. These goods are winning adm.rat.on from crowds of buyers, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

1 minutes Johnson left hurriedly from the building without waiting to answer questions. At 3 o'clock Harte came ont of the judge's room and went straight to the ■office of the clerk of the court. An application for a receiver for the Reading railroad was made in a bill in •equity filed by one of the stockholders this afternoon. The bill has not yet been made public. The application was made by ex- TJnited Statea Senator Thomas C. Piatt Df New York, as a holder of Reading "bonds. The petition was granted, and ■A. A. McLeod, president ol the company, •E. P. Wilber of the Lehigh Valley divis ion, and Chief Justice Paxaon of the ■atate supreme court were appointed re ceivers, in bonds oi $500,000. Jndge Paxeon has forwarded his resignation as s chie # justice to the governor. The security of each receiver was fixed at $500,000. It ia said a similar hM will be filed at Trenton, N. J. The bill in equity saya the complain ant brings his bill on behalf of bimaelf 'and all holdera of bonda o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. *Some Important Action by the Pasadena City Council. ißad Boys and Their Capers in and About Santa Ana. ?J>owney Items — Redondo Shipping Ar rlVals aud Departures—Newa Mat ten at Pomona—Redlanda Local Affairs. Pasadena, Feb. 20.—The city council lelda most important seesion this aiter taoon, all members present. All billa were referred to committees without reading. It waa decided to lay over for one week tbe matter of grading Colorado atreet, from Vernon to Orange grove. Jndge H. W. Magee addressed the board in behalf oi the San Gabriel Valley bank, objecting to the proposed per month licence that the new ordinance contemplates placing npon the aavings department of tbe bank. The much discussed ordinance for the regulation of business licences was pre sented and read for the first time. The ordinance providea a scale of monthly licenses, covering almost every line of business, ranging from $1 to $20 per month. The«city engineer submitted an esti mat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD . iTlo.:-!l.ti' SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JosarH D. Lynch. James J, ayibs. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the Postofhce at Loa Angeles as Becond-class Matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 800 Per Week, or 800 Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING FOSTAGK: SAII.Y Hbralb. one year ¥8 00 ailv Herald, six months 1 ittl DailyHebalii, three months a '.'5 Daily Herald, one month.. 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1 60 Weekly Herald, six months 100 Weekly Herald, thres months 50 Illustrated herald, per CDpy. 20 Offlce of pub'lcatioa, 223-225 West Second street. Telephono 156. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los anoelbs Daily Herald will do promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper will besfnt to subscribers by mall unless the ■smc hare Deea paid for in advance. This rule Is Indexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Is an authorized agent. This paper Is kept o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

MUST BE TRIED FOR UXORICIDE. Bentley Held to Answer the Charge of Killing His Wife. Very Strong Evidence Against the Supposed Murderer. B. Celeatin Telia of the Prisoner* Oold- Blooded Talk Edward Wllllg-row Telle How Bentley Wanted a Blob. Widow. Henry Bentley is in the county jail to await hia trial upon the charge of murdering his wife, Mra. Nordholt- Bentley, who died in this city on laat New Year's day with symptoms of strychnine poleoning. The examination of the ex-coachman waa concluded yeaterday afternoon be fore Juatice Seaman and the defense put in no testimony. Notwithstanding the fact that the morning papers announced that the ex amination would not likely be resumed in the morning, still when the hour for opening court arrived the little court room waß packed with spectators. Jus tice Seaman was not present, owing to Sickness, and Justice Austin heard the motion for a continuance the case going over until 2 o'clock when Justice Sea man expected to be able to go on with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

6 ADVERTISING. J Ihe nio«t direct method o[ reaching the public and making known your * * WWW A Sir N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NS N T 8 B -WWWW A A NN N. Z S Tw WWW A A N S N T 8 fWWWW A A SSN T SSSS | WWWW AAA A NNN f • 8 IWW WW A A SSN T B J W W A ANNS T S 8 f W W A ANNS T SSSS fa through tlie classified ad columns of The 41 erain. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, »nd places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. ©CO L A rSSo R SS S II FFFIt EEE DUD COL AA I 8 11 F fl ■ t> D O L AA "sSo B SSo II FF II EE D I> 0 01 AAA a S. 3 Il' II X D D «00 tIUA tW S i*S h II F II EKE DDI) I A ODD L KEBTTTT S SS S ' jri n lit kk I **ss s ODD* LLLL EKE ¥ JpS* Inserted In the columns of The Herald at !j 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. • : #1.00 PER LINK PER MONTH. S Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise ln Tuts Herald. - SPECIAL !KOT,t !*iSx~^~_^ TIONEER auctioneer. Is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exelittug,, Review. New York, Feb. 20.— Government bonds Hosed dull and easier. M3NEY QUOTATIONS. IH York, Feb. 20.-Money on call, easier; Tanging 2,37 per cent; olosed at 2% per cent. Prime mercantile paper-530 per cent (kiY,F"'', n X e * eh »nge-C)uiet but easy; 00-day tills, $4 86; demand, $4 87}^. stocks and bonds. New York, Feb. 20.—Closing quotations were aB follows; TJ.e. 4s, regular .112 ■ North Ametican.. 93» Do coupon 112 Northwestern 112VS TJ. 8. 2s, regular. 99S* Do prolorred. .145 Paciflo 6, 105 N. Y. Central 108K Atchison Oregon Impt 20 Amer. Express. 117 Oregon Nay 80 Amer. Cotton Oil. 47!* Oregon Short Line 21 Burltugton 97 f-aclilc Mall 251* Canadian Pacific. 85 Pullman Palace ..19SK Canada Southern. 50Ji Rio Gr Western.. 20 Central Pacific... 27 Do preferred.... 60 • Del. & Lacka .... 48U Do firsts 77J4 Denver & S.Grand 54 Rock Island »3<4 Distillerß 37 St. Paul 775(1 Illinois Central... OS% St. Paul & Omaha 53!, j.Kansas & Tex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Ituroan. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 20. 1893 ! ! O n. m. 0 p. m 1-iT 69 ■ • NE N Max. tern., 76: mln ttm.. 4a. Rainfall past '24 hours, O 00. Rainfall tor tbe season, 17.45. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: slight changes in temperature; vari able winds. The board of supervisors were busily engaged yesterday auditing bills. No other bueincne Rlls^raijisacted. Occidental consistoryTXncient and Ac cepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonß.will confer the thirty-second degree upon ■everal candidates this evening at Ma ionic hall, corner First and Spring. It was rumored yesterday that a young boy ha A been criminally assault ed Sunday /-vening, near St. Vincent's college o;li S/uth Grand avenue, but the police reAy.'ved no information about the matter yesterday. Mr. William Forane (de Hardt) will give a grand farewell concert on March Ist at Turner hall. Mr. Forane will, im mediately after the concert, leave for Europe ...

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