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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

PUGILISTS, PAST AND PRESENT. The Story of the American Ring Up to Farnborough in iB6O. From Tom Hyer Down to Hjenan, the " Benicia Boy." John Morrlasey's Rise from Steamboat Deckhand t»i Confrresgmau —The Checkered Career of the'Flrat of the I'igh lug Sutllvans. It ia 45 years ago since I first heard about a prize-fight, although I never •« saw one until some yearß after that; and if I could have my own way perhaps I . might wish never to have eeen one at t all. But the old Adam is very strong in allot us, and the antipodean poet was not far nut of the way when he wrote: "Forcood unions and Rifts misspent And resolutions vain. 'Tis somewhat late to trouble— This i kn iw: I should live the same life over If I In <i to live again, And the chances are I go Where moat men go." **# There is nothing exhilarating in a prize-fight, more especially when the gladiators are of the higher order of . boxera. The hilarity that pervades a sparring exhibition, especially when two awkward "coons"...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

14 SCANDAL IN FRANCE. IT IS, AS USUAL, CF A POLITICAL NATURE. fi. Review of th? Revolutions and Con tests of a Centaury—From tho Downfall •f the Cetirb.-vis Until Now There 11 us Been Much A^ttution. If the preset:! scandals in Franco shall lead to a revolution it will be the tenth that the country has hud in a littlo moro than 100 years. During that time but ... two rulers of Franco have been per mitted to serve out their terms, and tho average duration of rulers in office has Tooen less than eight years. During the same period France has had half a Score of constitutions, to say nothing of tarportant modifications to constitutions that were not altogether destroyed. In the same eventful century there were ( v .hl<4f « dwell periods of anarchy, and at •very change of rulers there hat, b en ap- prehension of anarchy or despotism. The first and gn at French revolution, which brought about tho downfall of ,y nt(be ancient monarchy and the ruin of church and state as they had existe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

DESIRE HIGH HONORS VT LEAST TEN STATES HAVE SEN ATORIAL FIGHTS ON HAND. txMleo vermin Crapo in Mammchuiiotta, Itulkelny versua Hawley til Connctilrut, Abbott versus B'oaseCt In New Jersey and Anybody's Fight In Other St.itea. Many a ye ar has passed since ths organization of the United States i -nato excited so much interest and curious •peculation as that which Is to ba at the •pening of the Fifty-third congress. The til APO. lodok. Issues to bo settled involve almost every disputable point in the organisation of legislative • 'ffirnfrig upon the construction of the United States constitution, and more upon which the constitution is not explicit, and which havo heretofore depended upon prec edent. In five new states tbo legisla tures which are to elect aro still in dis- pute, and in Bye old states, where one party or the other has a decisive major ity, thoro very spirited controversies as to the men. In Pennsylvania it appears to bo taken by consent that Matthew Stanley Quay will s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

16 WOMAN'S WORLD. MISS MARSDEN'S WORK AMONG THE •'- • LEPERS" APPRECIATED. ■Use Aathooy'a Appointment — Drawing f..r I»» «.n Plates— How to Treat a Duabnnd —A Woman Inventor —A Wom an biding- Master— Odds and Ends. Princes* Christian attended a meeting »f tho Royal British Nurses' association, over which Sir \Villiniu Savory presided. A reaolution was put to the meeting by the honorable secretary, Dr. Bezley IThorne, and carried unanimously, that the silver badge of the association be conferred upon Miss Kate Marsden, in recognition of her work among tho lepers in Siberia. Dr. Bedford Fenwick, In extolling Miss Marsden's bravo con duct, said she bad litoratly sold all that she possessed to pay the expenses of her undertaking. Most of her relatives have died of consumption, and she had been warned not to expose herself to cold or damp, yet she had token her life in her hand and traversed 2,000 miles of swamp and forest to find the lepers, who were livifig- miserably without home or f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

The Herald VOL. XXXIX. NO. 104. THE MUSIC BUSINESS o>- George S. Marygold —and that ot the— Fisher & Boyd Piano Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will be conducted a' tho old stand of the latter at 121-123 North Spring St., —under the firm name of— Fisher Royd | Marygold —who will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. CaT" The atten lon of the rubllo Is <*pei ttully directed to this mag nificent II eof Instruments, aud in spection Invited. Fisher, Boyd & M^rygMd,. 121 and 123 N. Serins: .St., L a AntTPlex. Crystal Palace 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. ■ I'M The Cheapest and Most £Z 53 Reliable Place to Huy China. Crockery, Glassware, /jgP Lamps, Gas Fixtures, House Furnishing Goodc, etc. O n Special Sale this week— English Semi-Porcelain, Decorated Dinner, TVa and Chamber Sets Of entirely new and handsome pa' " terr.s hey ate, f r auali'y and (136 not Tail to reo our »»wbss ta v-u. mat = — W ln 9omh * how win Lamp Department....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

2 BRETZ LIKELY TO BE BOUNCED. The AssemWy Will Deal Se verely Witli Him. Kerns Will Be Yin licat d Beyond a Doabt. A Number of abutter* to Cuiu« Before th» ..vi; ; - h> in i o Thi* Work - Soiuh Lively Debutes ou Deck* By the Associated Press. Sacramento, Jan. 22 —The report of the epecial committee of investigation, to which were referred the charges ot corruption in connection with the eena torial contest, will be completed foi presentation to the assembly by Tues day, or Wednesday at the farthest Every latitude has been allowed Bretz and his witnesses by Chairman Shana han of the committee, and for thie reason it is expected the committee, finding not only that Bretz's charges are unsubstantiated, but that other Popu list members than Kerns had agreed to vote for a Democratic senator under cer tain contingencies, will deal with the Alameda assemblyman more severe ly than be expected. It is thought Kerns will be vindicated beyond doubt. Hia friendß cay there is some evidence whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Anaheim Orange GrPOWftr* Find Their Prospects Brighter. Redondo'a Big- Hotel Filled with Eastern Pleasure Seekers. Shipping Notes fr"m Uedondo—Nuws Alattrra from Pomi»na— Notes from Various Arizona Places. Anahkim, Jan 22 —The outlook ie a little morn favorable for our orange growers. During the week a number of orops have been contracted for and grow ers offered 02' j cents per box for mixed Beedlinga on tbe trees, which offers nave been generally refused. Che fact shows, however, that buyers, will take crops otherwise than nn commission and that by holding off a few weeks growers may expect to realize from 75 cents to tf.l per box net, and our fruit is well worth the latter figure, as it is nearly all bright and clean, oi good size and flavor. It is announced that Thacker Bros, of Chicago and other large dealers will be here in person the latter part of the month and will be prepared to buy crops on the trees outright, for cash. It ie knowu that the F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

4 LOS HERALD MILL.SHED SEVSN DA VS A WEEK. .^ f] ~ Joseph D. I.tnch James J. Ayebs. AVERs & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. E stored at the puatoffloe at Loa, Angeles as second-class matter.] BY CARRIERS At 80c Per Week, or 80c Per Month. TSKMS BY MAIL, INCi-UO.KG POSTAGE: JULY Uar .Lo, one year $8 00 Daily Hebalp, six months 4 £5 Daily 11 ehal.os three months 2 25 Daily Hebald, one month 80 weekly Hebald, one year 1.50 Weekly He» lv, six mouf'B 1.00 Weekly Hbba, n, thrte months 50 Illustrated lleaa-d, per copy 20 Office of publication, 223 225 West Second stieet. Telephone IS6. Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subicrib-rs to tbe Los an .i es Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No pnpers wili be sent to suh K eribeis by mall unless the same have been paid for in Advance. Tnis rule it inflexible. AYKKS & LYNCH. L. P. Flther. newspaper advertlsiu K ' agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, tan ■ ratjeisco, is an authorized agent. This paper is kept on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

CYCLING AROUND THE WORLD. bow Two Americana Are Mak ing the Circuit. They Succeeded in Crossing China from West to East. They Have Yet to Ride from Los Angoles to New York, When Their Amnous Self-imposed Task Will Bo Completed. T. G. Allen, jr., and W. L. Sachtleben are the names of two young; Amaricans who have jast accomplished one of the most difficult journeys ever made by white men. Almost unarmed they came on bicycles through tbe central portion of Asia from tbe west Bide, across mountain ranges and deserts and through a heathen population prejudiced against foreigners. The pair were also allowed to pass through the Russian possessions in Asia, after wintering in Turkestan for six monthß. They pro pose to circumnavigate the globe before they finish their tour, and there now remains only the journey across the United States to New York city to com plete the girdle. The ride through Europe was in the nature of a jaunt, the bard work being reserved until Asia was reached. It bas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

6 direct wielhotl of reaching tho pub.lc aud Hiaklug kuowu your * * tin iah 't • ii> #' W W A FN N TITTT SSSS IA j A A NN | T 8 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW AA N N N T 8 WWWW A A N N N S SSSS WWWW AAA A N N N T 8 WTf WW A A N NN T S W W A AN JbjA Z », ■ f W W A A N NN t SSSS • through tha ShUaUad ad columns of The Hksald. It is cheap, brings quick returns and places the advertiser in direct conimuki- Vition with those ho wishes to reach. COO L A K SS SS SS„ TI FI'FII KF.B ODD 0 fc' a a "■•.■BB, Kb R M n JJ C CL AAA a 5 K 211 F II X D D WILLLLA A"S3 b h SS s II f II KEK DDD A DDK T, FKKTTTTuSS s AA 1> DI I T !__" AA n 1) L KB T °8S S AAA D DI, X T X g A ADHD LLLLF.IER T ft SS B laserted in the columns of The Herald at 5 CENTS PER LINE FER DAY. 1 ' 91.00 PEk LINE PER MONTH. ■ Special rates for a longer period. Persons wanting Situations, Help, or wishing to Bent, Buy or Sell Property, will do well to advertise in The Hriui.o HPKVIAL SUTIVX. ARE YOU IN TBOCBLE? DO YOU "AYE to realize q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

WILLS OF RICH MEN. HCVv SEVS.P.AL WEALTHY MEN DIS POSED OF THEIR ESTATES. Tim A.tor and the Vanderbilt Rlchea Went to the Oldeat Son The Late A. T. Stewart (iavo Hia Property to U!« Wife- Hia other Heqiieata. The small bfxirteetH hy Jay (irraM to m* 01 m ami sis'.er call art potion anew to the lact that the financial results of the creation of a fortune in a family are apt to he small to the col lateral branches stmt heavy to tho direct lino of issue. The will» „f the head's of the Astor family do not point a moral in this re ispect, because the family haa followed a rule designed for the perpetuation of a great family estate in two parcels. Hide b'-qnests, if considerable, would have prevented the execution of this plan The dial vibu tion of the late l-iuiimel J. TiMrti's fortiv.ic is not illustrntive of the common custom, because he was a bach elor A. T. Stewait, the great merchant prince, mads a simple will. In the sec ond paragraph of the document opened after his death in 1 sTf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 January 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Jannary 18, 1898. 43 62 86 45 8 l Max. tern., 74; mln. tern., 40. Forecast, Forecast for Southern California: Fair wealhei; cooler; northerly winds. John Brink has been awarded the contract to furnish the banquet at the great White reception, which will take place at Turnverein hall. Prof. Wendell Schiel will give a lecture and concert at University chapel this 1 evening, assisted by Mrs. Wright and sister and Prof. F. A. Bacon. Yesterday hundreds of people visited the famous Cahuenga valley, going out over the Nickle Plate railway; in fact the road could not accommodate the crowds who wished to go. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets, Jan uary 82d, for D. J. Cooper, "Heiman," D. j. Gates, Amos F. Sswell, Capt, Wil liam Moore. A large crowd was present last night at the farce, He Must Be Blind, given in Tornverein hail by Los Angeles lodge No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

I 1 It wi«l pay you to make your wants known to the piblio thnouqh the her/ loB Bixti- pace. YOU XXXIX. NO. 105. THE MUSIC BUSINESS of- George S. Marygold —and that o( the— Fisher & Boyd Piano Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will he conducted a- the old stand oi the latter at 121-128 North Sirring St., —under the llrm name of— Fisk Boyd & Marygold —who will handle — Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. £SF~ The attt-n ion of the nubile ls opectfully directed to thi" m«g nlficentli eof iußtrunientn, and In spection invited. Fisher, Boyd (SftirypM, 121 and 123 N. Si,ringr St., Crystal Palace 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. "I _5. The ("heape-t and Most i "' Keliable Place to Huy China, Crockery, Glassware, M$ Lamps, Gas Fixtures, fcF House Furnishing Goods, etc. On Special Sale this week — English Semi-Porcelain, Decorated Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets Of entirely new and handsome pa'- terns hey a c, f r quMi'y and JE*. price, the best in ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

2 ate}; lire toriight and elected tho fo'low ing'cfrJcers: Col. A. W. Jones, Kansa" City, president; H. A. Greene. M >n terev, vice-president; L. W. Moultrie, Fresno, aecretary ; T. C. White, Fresno, treaaur«|L„ Tbere will 1)3 a public met • ink tomorrow night at which an attempt Will be made to raiae a bonus. Persons hewod the proj't'' R *v they will begin olrne-ifiid fa May if they get the utc essary right-of-way and a bonus. DEBTOR AND OBEOITOR. si'Verehant and a Carpenter Engage in a Shooting Affray. Sacramento, Jan. 23 —A report cam? today Sheldon, a small place near ElkrGfove, this county, of a Bhooting affray between a merchant of that place named Nahl, and a carpenter named Carter. The latter demanded that the former pay hia bill alleged to be due, but which Nahl repudiated. Carter Btruck Nahl and a tight followed in which Carter was worsted. He then went off and borrowed a shot gun and returned. Nahl's boy saw him coming and told his father, who also got a shot gnn and m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Ho-v a Smoothy Did Up Some ►range Comity Farmers. Passjlena's Trustees Transact Con siderable Public Business. 1 ' ' A thorn lira Omnia Cirowora — Arizona Glmninga-Uedondo Snipping Notea. jßouth Paaadoun'a Home— Ked laud. Nona. Sabta Ana, Jan, 23 —The board of supervisors met in regular seaaion this morning, all the members being pres ent, with Supervisor Yoch in the chair. Chairman Yoch, as one of the com mittee appointed to look into the Bolsa drainage ditch, reported that the work was completed, and according to con tract. On motion warranta were or dered drawn in favor of the contractors. The district attorney gave his opinion in regard to the request of Assessor Ross, asking for deputies to do the as seaßing for the preseat year. He said the board had no right to pay for the deputies, and acting on his advice the request was denied. This means that the county assessor must do his own work. Assessor Boss aßked the board to furnish him a corrected ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

4 LOS ANOELES HERALD JfcQj, ntpkliMHlD ©EVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josh k D. n '! James J. Ayxbs. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. li Entered at tlAO'fiostcrriicu at Los Augoloi as ti lond-t-ass matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At «0c Per Week, as* 800 Per Month. TIBMS BT MAIL, IHCLCDIKO rOSTiOE' Daily Hkkalp, one jear $9 00 Daily Hebald, six months 4 25 Daily Herald, thres months 2 25 Daily Bjibulo, one month ho Weekly Hsbald, one year 1.50 Weekly Bskalo, six monfts 1.00 Weakly JBxb.id, Utree munihs 50 [llcstbited Hkxald, "per copy 20 Office of publication, 223 225 West Second street. Telephone 156. Notice to Hall (Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers 10 the Los ABO*, as Daily Hebald will 00 promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be seat to subscribers by mail unless the lame have been paid for in advance. This rule 11 inflexible. AYERB & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San trauclsco, la an authorized agent. This paper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

THE HEALTH BOARD APPOINTED. The Proceedings Yesterday of the City Council. Bog-us Employment Agencies Are to Be ifquelched. Reports of City Officials—Cnmmnnl. tlons from the Mayor— M«-w Ordi nances Adopted — Rou tine Mattera. The council convened at 10 o'clock yesterday and all the members were present except Mr. Gaffey. The min utes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOB. A communication was read from his honor, tbe mayor, appointing the fol lowing gentlemen as members of the board of health: Drs. Joseph Knrtz, D. G. MacGowan, C. F. Gillingham and H. W. Hitchcock. These appointments were then confirmed without dissent ing vote. AN UNSAFE TANK. A commnnication was then read from Mr. W. W. Robinson, clerk to the mayor and ex-officio custodian of the city hall, calling attention of the council to the rotten and unsafe condition of a certain tank situated at the rear of the city hall, and recommending it be taken down and a new iron tank substituted for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

6 J INK AI>VKKTIM>«. The naast direct method of retching the pub ie and making known your * * W W W A KW N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA nn, n J s a WWWW A A J. N £• 1 g WWWW A A N X N T S WWWW A A X N N T SSSS WW WW AAA A N Is N T 8 WWWW A A g Ng* T S W W A AN >N T S S W W A A S KN 'f SSSS a through the classified td columns ol Thi Hkbald. It is cheap, brings quick rolurns ami placet the advertiser in direct cominuui tattloa with those he wishes to reach. o*o I. A S SS S S SS S JJ FFFJI KKB ODD COL AA s x II F II R D B O"i Aa'ss, Ms II e'F II KB I) V 6 CL AAA , « Jll I' III'" OH 000 LI.LL 11 SS S SS S li V U EEE DDD A DDD I. FKItTTTToSSc AI) ni. B t 2 s aad nj. ™ T b RK Inserted in the columns of Thb Ueralu at : 5 CENTS PER LINK FEB. DAY. ; 1 $I.OO.FEK LINE FEB. MONTH. : Special rates for a longer period. * * Person* wanting Situations, Help, or wishing to Bent, Buy or Sell Property, wilt do well to advertise in Thb Hsrald. OFFICIAL CITY PAP2B. SPECIAL ,SA>TICK. ARE YOU IN TROUB...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. ExchauKo Itevlew. New York, Jan. tS.-Tks stock market was again aotivo today, but extremely so only In the first hour, when enormous sales of 1 IstlLers ran trading up into large figures, wss uior* 13 verish today an l mere pressure ou long stocks, especially among industrial', coslersand gran gers. The principal cause waa found in tbe un expected announcement of further ablprn nt of gold tn Europe tomorrow, faleaof Distill were believed to be for insido account. Ii was reported that the Keenn White lntete«t «as en tirelj nut ol stock, bat considerable distrust is caused by starling opposition distilleries in other parts of ihe imiii ry, an I when me re ported dlsasr ement among the pool In Ihe weat was aaid to be patched up tiierec very was only par.iai, and ( yen ibis was attcward en tirely lost, tne aro kclssing wl'h a loss of s?f, percent for the day. Mauhaitui eul Consult yated cas were alao heavy Lis. rs. The general lis' displayed s firm limner Uovernmeat b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 January 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Anseles, January 23.18P3 8:00 am. »;00p.m. | ar. iThrr. RITi • 1 ' I 42 l.08| 83 I ■*»* Nt NW Max. Mm.,"81; mln: lorn., 47. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weathei; cooler; noriLtrly winds, Mrs. W. A. Parrish died laßt evening ttt the family residence, 537 South Lob Angeles street. Cornelius V. Crirnmins was taken to the county jail yesterday, and will be examined as to his sanity. F. Sbimbeck fell in a fit at the Ban Fernando depot yesterday and was taken to the receiving hospital for med ical treatment. Francisco Frasko was brought in from Ban Gabriel yesterday by Constable Mitchell and lodged in the county jail. Frasko is under a ten days' sentence for battery. K. C. Sellmanof Bakersfield, while viewing the scenes of city life, met with a slight accident yesterday and was taken to the receiving hospital for med ical treatment. The Young Vales on Saturday defeat ed the Young Fifth Streets in a game ...

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