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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. vol. xxxiii.—nq. m. LYING IN STATE. • im.i! rnMik's IN'iimiirH at the Or/ni racitir. Lair.- TUronir* lo \ i« « th*> I'amly. irraaurnawnt* for MM Funeral I i \flrriHH»ll Complete. U-t . f Honorary Pail-Boar*ra atea-tages of Condolencw- Th» Army m nto-arning. \ •■«- i»t. .| I'r. He.|.iitrln I im too, March 22.—The Imhlv ul •.i neral Crook in lying in one of the parlors of the «irnnd Pacific lintel, elail in th. full uniionn of his runk iiml with the national Man drawn over tin- casket, . n which also are pitted the chapeau ami sword of the deceased warrior. aVaWJB the parlors were opened to the |.uhli.thi*niuriiingthcrchusl.ccna-'riat miotic present, anxious to view Ihe re main*. Mm. Crook wan quit* ill ln*t night ami this morning from nervous • inmtution. hut was much improved llus afternoon. A great many telegrams of ...mloleii.e have U-tn received from prominent people in different |N»rtHMHM fejH eotintn. Thr I'lmiTil ■»! rlln-* T*.i« 'urn 1.11 wrvnes will la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

2 BUSH'S TALE. What He Had to Say About Detective Jennings. A Story Which Was Not Be- lieved in Court. The Testimony Fails to Connect Harris with the Case. The Judges Decide That the Charges Were Untrue, and That the Evidence Did Not Sustain Them. Yesterday Judges Cheney ami Mc- Kinley sat all day long as committing magistrates to hear testimony in connec tion with the story told the other day by ti. W. Bush, now awaiting sentence for burglary, which story alleged that C. Jennings and Emil Harris, the detect ives, have kept him and his pal, Clarke, out stealing for their l>enefit. This is the second time this matter has cropped out. Not long ago Policeman Auble swore out a complaint charging Jennings with receiving stolen goods. Justice Austin held an examination, and Auble failing utterly to prove anything, Jen nings was discharged. Tbe story of the burglars, Bush and Clarke, is substan tially the same as that of Auble. When the ease was opened yesterday Deputy Hardesty, of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

SOCIAL EVENTS. A Lively Week, With Plenty of Amusement. Several Wedrthifrs of Consider able [mportanee. The Turners and Turn Schwestern Give Entertainments. Musical Events in Several Places-Recep tions Here and Elsewhere. "Numerous Parties. I |fj , Miss Clara Carran gave a progressive euchre party on Monday evening last. The Cooking Club took an equestrian trip through the country last Monday. The Siinpsonians met Friday evening at the residence of Key. A. ('. Williams, for their semi-monthly social. The German Ladies' Benevolent So ciety will give an exhibition of Pinafore at Turn Verein hall on April 7th. The next meeting of the Outing Club takes place at the residence of Miss Chanslor, No. 1.100 West Tenth street, Thursday. The marriage of Miss Lilian Bowers, one of the teachers in the Sand-street school, to John Norton, secretary oi the Union League, will take place Wednes day evening. On Thursday the wedding of Miss Ruth C. Barbour and Albert G. Judson took place at Prospect pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch James J. Avers. AVERS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. jKntereil at the nostoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOc. Per Week, or «Oc. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year . .W.OO Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2 2d Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. So papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. AVERS A LYNCH^ The ••Dally Herald" May be found in San Krancisco at the Palace hotel newt-stand; ln Chic ago ai the Postoflice news-stand, 103 East Adams street: in Denver at Smith i Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of Public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

FORTY RULES. The Hon. W, S. Wilson's Re- marks in Congress. His Explanation of Parliament ary Law. The Powers of the Speaker Humor ously Described. The Members and Spectators Kept in a Continuous Roar of Laughter lor Nearly an Hour. Mr. Speaker: There is no more in spiring sight in the eyes of all virtuous and right-thinking men, none more full of encouragement for youth, than when hoary and notorious sinners, who have long persisted in wicked ways, publicly acknowledge llieir sins and transgres sions and promise in the sight of all men to be virtuous, honest and righteous. [Laughter and applause on the Demo cratic side.] Oh, what a scene, worthy the admiration of gods and men, have we been permitted to witness in this House (hiring the past few days, as the leaders on the other side have arisen, one after another, with such open con fession to the country! Sir, the fruits of repentance were first disclosed to us when the gentleman from Illinois (Mr. Cannon) announced his own conver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

6 PARTICEPS CRIMINIS. Tho' thou didst steal mv heart. A very holiest thlci Thou art; For, knowing what a grief To me Such theft must be, Thou didst return thine own, The which, Alone, Doth henceforth make me rich. 80 to each maid I sa v: "Wouldst thou know wealth like mine' Then pray That some dear thief, divine With art That thy true heart, Thou dost not jealous hide Or guard. Beside. Do thou leave doors unbarred!'' —[Margaret Deland. RETROSPECTION. I see her coming lo meet me At the close of that summer day, With a blush and faltering footstep When she thought of the words I'd say; For she knew a life was waiting. Love's crown in its outstretched hand, As ready to do her bidding As a serf at his queen's command. But my life's bright morning lengthened. Like that day, into night time drear; I wait in vain for a footstep That my heart once rejoiced to hear. Now, I hold only the mem'ry Of a time that is past and tied; Yet its charm still hangs about me Like the scent of a rose long d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

A BIG SUCCESS. The h, A. ('hamber of Com merce Reception. The New Quarters Formally Opened Last Ni^ht. Several Thousand of the Most Prom inent Citizens Attend. A Brief Description of the Permanent Ex hibition—A Good Start in the Laudable Enterprise. The formal opening of- the new quar ters of the Chamber of Commerce took place last evening. If the success of an affair of this sort can be measured by the size of [the crowd that it attracts and the character of the people compos ing it, as well as by their manifest in terest, and approbation, then the recep tion at the opening last evening was an unusual success. Tlie new quarters of tlie Chamber of Commerce are located, as every one knows by this time, in the Mutt Market building, on Main street, between First and Second. They consist of one large hall, formerly known as "Mott hall," in which the permanent exhibit of South ern California products is located; a smaller hall for the regu lar meetings of the chamber, a sec retary's room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

8 POMONA VALLEY. Unprecedented Record in Orange Planting. Conservative Estimate of This Year's Increase. A (ireat Scarcity of Desirable Nur sery Stock. Names of the Principal Growers and the Number of Trees Each Has Set Out. Tlie steady material progress being made in Southern California is apparent places, but perhaps nowhere more than in the Pomona valley, from San Dimas to Ontario, a district seven or eight miles in length and three to four miles in width. The following let ter gives nuich information that is of interest about this section: In company with ex-Road Overseer Wm. Wildman, during tlie past week, as correspondent of the Hbbald I visited every nurseryman in the district named, my object being principally to ascertain the actual number of acres of new or chard being set this spring, especially to orange trees. In beginning tlie work I was at pains to get estimates from sev eral parties said to be best informed ; and though the highest ones were thought high even by part...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

NEW BUILDINGS. Permits Issued by Superintendent Much more. The following permits for the <COD> si ruction of improvements aggregating $12,550 were issued during the week : Frank Latin, 11 Hewitt street, frame stahle, $75. William Whitaker, East Fourth street, dwelling; $100. W. N. Bucklin, West. Kleventh street, addition to dwelling; $100. K. Grand, Vignes and Aliso streets, brick carriage factory'; $s,txx>. Ira B. Smith, 224 South Bunker Hill avenue, raising dwelling; $500. Mrs. M. A. de O'Reilley, St. Charles hotel, Main street, iron front; $1,000. A. O. Porter, 602 South Spring street, chimney and forge, $25. Mr. Irvin, 333 South Bunker Hill ave nue, moving dwelling, $200. Los Angeles Storage. Commission and Lumber Company, San Pedro street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, frame storage house; $500. Mrs. E. K. Cleveland, Orange street, frame dwelling; $4,not). A. C. Stevenson, 421 Beaadry street, lwrn, $1.50. F. E. Olds. Twenty-fourth street, be tween Main and Grand av...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 March 1890

10 DAILY 'HERALD. United States Signal Service. Keport oi ol.se- . atIODS taken at Los Angeles, March 22, 1890: r. m. m. p. ui. 4S 87 Max. torn.. Mi mm. tern . 40. Indications. San Francisco, March 22 — Forecast till 8 p. m. Sunday: Light rains in Northern California; fair weather in Southern California. Eastern Temperature. Clin ai,o, Marc h 22.—New York, 40: New Orleans, 72; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 50; Chi cago, :$4; Winnipeg, 10 below. PERSONAL. H. Rogers was in from Santa Paula yesterday. Rev. Dr. Button, of Riverside, is visit ing in this city. Major E. L. Stern left for a » hort visit north yesterday afternoon. Frank Sabichi went to San Francisco yesterday ou tlie afternoon train. Mrs. R. E. Marx, oi this city, is visit ing Mrs. Win. Clint' at San Diego. Prof. "William Piutti came in from Ontario yesterday for a few hours. Mrs. and Miss Decker were over lrom Pasadena for the afternoon yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boardman were down from Sierra Madre yesterday after noon. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

m mfvgt "■*> <«»- ter THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of" Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIII.—no. m. TO THE TOMB. Funeral Of General ( rook at Chicago. Pathetic Incidents Connected Therewith. tin Remains Eii Route to Their Last Resting- Place. A Colorado Woman Beheaded by Her 11- Year-Old Son—A Fatal Nitro- Glycerine Explosion. Associated Press Dispatches. | Chicago, March 23. —General Crook's body is oTi its way to its last resting place al Oakland, Md. From 8 o'clock this morning until 1 o'clock thigafter noon a dense crowd of people surrounded the Grand Pacific bote! and struggled to obtain an entrance to get a last view at the dead soldier. Through the parlor where the remains lay in state, silent thousands passed, until, as the time of the service drew near, police were sta tioned at the foot of the stairways_to stop the movement of the people. The parlors and halls on the second floor were crowded to suffocation when Key. Dr. McPherspn delivered the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

2 ACROSS THE PLAINS. How They Came to California in Forty-Nine. More of the Interesting Diary of J. M. Hixson. He Arrives at the Sinks of the Hum boldt. Five Hundred Men and Mules Dying of Starvation on the Great Amer ican Desert. Following is one more chapter from the diary of J. M. Hixon, the Los Ange les real estate dealer, kept while cross ing the plains to the Land of Gold in 1884: From Camp No. (Hi, on Tuesday, July 10th, we started at sa. m. After a few miles travel we crossed the main stream. The Ixrttom bordering the stream is from one-half a mile to two miles wide, which affords tine feed when the stream is within its banks. But when the stream is high, overflowing this bottom, and the emigrant has to take to tbe second bottom or sagebrush land —as is often the case—it is very hard on stock. There is a good deal of alkali, and when wet it is very rotten. One of our teams got into* slough, and it was with great difficulty we got them out. After trav eling twenty-rive miles ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

DRAMA AND MUSIC. Interesting Gossip From All Over the World. What the Actors and Actresses Are l)oiii£. Amusements Announced for Los An geles in the Future. The Fairy Spectacle "Fantasma" at the Grand This Week-Other Affairs Attracting Attention. Stuart Robson is arranging to take The Henrietta to England. Miss Clara Morris attributes her re covered health in a great measure to constant equestrian exercise. May Yohe, when last heard from, was at Samoa, clear out of the way of palace cars and other ''modern conveniences. A concert will be given al the First Congregational chinch next Monday evening, 'at which some of the best local talent will appear, Miss Ada (ilasca has entirely recov ered from her throat troubles, ami re turns next week to her home at Cinci nati, for a short rest. Lawrence Barrett, with his family, is at present at Nice, France. It is said that his health is very much improved since his trip across tlie ocean. The sixth annual flower festival (till commence on Apr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

4 JDAILY HERATJI). —pvßi.is.nrrt>— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph 11. Lynch. James J. Aye us. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30e. Per Week, or SOc. I'er Month. TERMS BY M All . I»CLTJMM« POST AG B: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.36 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.(Ml Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Hbbald, per copy 15 Notlee to Mall Subscriber**. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribi rs to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be scut to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rub is inflexible. AVERS A LYNCH. Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 150. MONDAY, MAKCH 34, 1890, MARKETING AMERICAN GIRLS. Our pretty Los Angeles girl, who mar ried Prince Hatzfeldt, does not seem to have profited much...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

LOCAL EVENTS. Seriously Injured by a Runa way Horse. The Salvation Army Frightens the Animal. The Funeral of a Prominent Member of the Odd Fellows. The Experience of Thomas Brown in the Recent Walnut Grove Disaster.— Other Items of Interest. For some time past numerous com plaints have been made at police head quarters jby owners of vehicles, whose "horses have been frightened by the in harmonious band which heads the Sal vation Army in its daily marches through the main streets of the city. That the public, peace is disturbed by the bray ing of the army's brass trumpets aud the thumping of its drum, is stated ; hut the police say they are powerless by the decision of the courts, and refuse to interfere when called upon. An inci dent illustrative of 'the carelessness of the army's drummer occurred yester day afternoon, when by almost a mir acle a gentleman escaped being fatally injured. At about 2:30 o'clock Mr. J. B. Dukes, a well-known rancher from the Cahuenga pass, was driving a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

6 SPORTING NEWS. Gossip About Fast Stock from Far and Near. News Relating to Racers Well Known Here. Another Sale of California Horses to Take Place Soon. Over a Hundred Palo Alto Horses to be Sold in New York—A Baseball Match. Other Notes of Interest. Jiulson H.Clark, who recently pur chased the stallion Wellington (brother to Sunol), has changed the horse's name to Lord Wellington, as there is/ another horse named Wellington. Orin Hickok has announced his inten tion of going East in about a month. He will take a stable of horses with him, which will include Adonis, Alfred 6, Peep o' Hay and a number of othe/rs. The San Francisco papers say that Senator Hearst's $40,000 colt," King Thomas, has grown wonderfully during the winter, and as he is perfectly sound he may yet prove his worth fin the turf. The great three-vear-old,stallion Bow Bells (brother to* Bell Boy) and the yearling filly Moquetteyby Wilton, out of Alma Mater, have ar/iv'ed safely from California, and are in their qu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

ADVERTIZED LETTERS. List of Letters Remaining Uncalled For at the Los Angeles Postoffiee March 24, 1890. LATHES' LIST. A num. Florinda Arnold. Mrs M E 2 Arnev, Miss Becky Anooz, Mary A Allen, Mrs B T Aldrich. Mrs T A Aldrich, Miss Lou Blnnchurd. Miss Jennie Bullis, Miss D Bergstedt, Miss Emma Benson, Miss M Besserer, Mrs Katie Benedict, Mrs Scott Begg, Mrs ('tins Beckman, Mrs H Becker, Minnie (S 2 Bartson. Mrs Estelle Barbour, Miss Ruth Barry, Miss Eliza Bath, Miss Lizzie Bailiff, Mrs Nellie Babb, Miss Jennie Banks, Mrs C A Baldwin, Mrs Louise A Bandecu, Miss Nell Barr, Mrs Wm J Bran, Mary B Bradford, Mrs Geo W Bowles, Mrs Boncv, Mrs J H Brock, Miss Clara Burlev, Miss Eftle Bnrtcn. Mrs R Burton. Miss A Briungton, Mrs Jj Briggs, Mrs C Brings. Mrs 1C Burlinghum. Mrs LttCy Burlinghum, Mrs II I) t> Burton, Mrs Isabel Burn's. Mrs Tho« 1) Bntlcr, Mrs Alice frown, Mrs Elizabeth Brown, Mrs Sarah Brown, Miss S A Bryne, Mrs V ti Chapman. Miss Lollie ( rnmcr, Miss Emma Curry, Mrs Jas Crocke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 March 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at bos Angeles. March 23. 1890: a. m. : p. m.' Max. tern.. 00; mill. rem.. 49. PERSONAL. ■fudge Carpenter went north yester day. James Walker, of Ventura, is visiting the city. Jay Spence was down from Pomona yesterday. Rabbi A. M. Edelmnn left for New York yesterday. F. A. Passmore was over from Po mona yesterday. R. J. Rankin, of East Riverside, visited/ the city yesterday. / C. M. Reynolds, of New York, is vis/t --ing this part of the State. / J. Harrison Wright, of Riverside, was in Los Angeles yesterday. W. C. Leonard, of Albuquerque, is in the city for a business visit. Mr. and Mr. Charles A. Teel took a trip to San Bernardino this week. Osborn Congleton, of Philadelphia, is visiting W. B. Wadman of this city. Ben Goodwin and John R. Aitki n, of San Diego, were in the city yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller, of Philadel phia, are among the visitors to this city. Miss Marsh and Miss Lucy Marsh, of Live...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 March 1890

THE HERALD ] Stands for the Interests of" Southern California. * SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 164. A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. A Gory Domestic Crime En acted at Redlands. E. C. Gresham Shot and Killed by P. ft McConkey. The Murderer Turns His Weapon Upon Himself. An Intrigua Between the Murdered Man and Mrs. McConkey at the Bottom of the Trouble. Special to the Hbbal%] San Beknaroi.no, Cal., March 24—A shooting affray occurred at the Windsor hotel at Redlands about 0:31) o'clock this morning. Several shots were heard and on investigation P. C. McCoukoy. manager-of the hotel, was found in a dying condition in the hallway letding from the office to the lower parlor, He hail a frightful wound in the breast, the bullet having passed through his body, and as a rifle was found near him, it was supposed he had leaned upon the weapon and discharged it. He lived but a few minutes. Just after his death, the body of E. C. Gresham, foreman of the Vitrograph, was found in the parlor. He had a wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 March 1890

2 FOR SEDUCTION. J. H. Snowden Tried for This Crime. His Victim Tells Her Story to The Jury. She is Annie Johnson, a Friendless Stransrer Swedish Girl. While a Domestic in the Family of Rev. Dt. Eli Fay She Submits to Snowden Under Promise of Marriage. J. H. Snowden, charged with seduc tion under promise of marriage, was on trial yesterday in Department 1 before a jury composed as follows: (1. (iris wold, T. N. McCracken, Millard Fill more, Abel Sutton, C. C. t'ass, .(. W. Goodwin, A. Merriam, Frank Adams, J. B. Beebe, N.B. Nesbett, T. D. Anderson, Robert Curlee. Annie Johnson, a Swedish girl, who was in the laundry at Bellevue Terrace when Snowden was a cook in the estab lishment, and who afterwards went to live at Rev. Dr. Eli Fay's as a domestic, is the girl. She was put on the stand yesterday forenoon as soon as a jury" had been impaneled, and told her story pretty much as it was told in the lower courts some months ago. Briefly as she gave it in court it runs as follows: She fi...

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