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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

THE IDAHO BILL. It is Passed by a Bob-Tailed Quorum. The Democrats Did Not Vote But Were Counted. They Will Carry the Matter Into the Courts. The Tenability of Speaker Reed's Position to be Thoroughly Tested—House Proceedings. As-sociated Press Dispatches. I Washington, Aprii:>.—A petition from the New England Shoe and Leather Association against the imposition of a duty upon hides and skins, was ordered printed in the Record. The reading of the petition was received with applause by the Democrats. Tlie Senate hill was passed to enable the Secretary of thp Treasury to gather j full and authentic information as to the present condition and preservation of the fur-seal interests of the Government in the region of Alaska, as compared with its condition in 1870; also for full information as to the impending extinc tion of the sea otter industry. The Senate concurrent resolution was agreed to, requesting the l'resident to invite from time to time negotiations ! with any Government wit...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

4 JDAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykks. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY ( ARUIKK- At 80c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. . TERMS BY MAIL. INCLUDING. POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year ?8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months - 25 Weekly Herald: one year 12.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 128-136 West Second street. Telephone 150. I FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1890, Dr. O'Poherty was consecrated Bishop of Derry the other day, and I>r. O'Don nell, the Bishop of Raphoe. presided. This has drawn attention to a very old prophecy which has been current in Ireland to the etfect that "when O'Doherty rules Derry and O'Donnell Raphoe, Ireland will be free." Mr. Max Popper, the popular grand sachem of the San Francisco Iroquois, informs us that the only names spoken of so far in c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Tlie Board of Health Holds its Weekly Meeting. The Dumping ({round Nuisance Considered. Tlie Board of Public Works Takes a Trip About the City. Several Improvements in Streets to Come Up at Today's Meeting-Other News of Interest, The Board of Health met last night, Mayor H. T. Hazard in the chair, and Drs. Davisson, Kurtz and Mr. E. T. Wright present. A communication from tlie City Clerk, transmitting the amended "cow" ordi nance to the board for its approval, was received, and after some discussion was referred to the Health Officer with power to act. A petition was received from G, Per kins, calling the attention of the board to the nuisance created by the camp of Contractor I). F. Donegan on Sand street, and asking that the same be abated, Health Officer McOowan stated that he had ordered Donegan to cover his ma nure up several times, and this had been done, but the nuisance, re ; of Mr. meet'- resolvo « tlia t the board j lUfro at 0 o'clock this morning to «dfpect th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

6 THE CHAMBER. Regular Meeting of the Hoard of Directors. % Consideration of a Number of Important Matters. Additions Made to the Permanent Exhibit Yesterday. Display of Public School Work—A Model of Sutter's Fort—lncrease in Mem bership of the Chamber. The Board of Directors of the Cham ber of Commerce met yesterday after noon. The special committee which was ap pointed last week on the matter of the offering of the meeting room for the use of the Historical Society made a report. It advised that the room be offered to the society, and that they be requested to place whatever curios they may pos sess on exhibition in the main hall. It was moved and carried that Dr. Bryant be authorized to confer with the proper authorities in Chicago with re gard to the World's Fair, and ascertain what space could be obtained for an ex hibit of Southern California products. Dr. Bryant will spend the summer in the East, and will report to the chamber the result of his conference next fall on his ret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, April 3.—The stock market again gave evidence of broadening, and not only London and Chicago were buyers, but many outside operators took a hand in the game today. The geieral list was active and strong till after noon, when a slight reaction occurred. The market closed quiet but firm, generally at fractional advances for I he day. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum—Opened irregular; spot weak at S2H.; May strong, at 82V, '«>th closed firm. Stock Exchange — Opening, 82.,; closing, tiu. Consolidated Exchange — Opening, 82 v „; closing, SIJ/s. MONEY qI'OTATIONS. New York, April 3.—Money, on call, easy, 3®B per cent. Prime mercantile paper, s@7per cent. Sterling exchange—Dull ami steady; 00-day bills, $4.83 : ': i; demand, $4.87. Bar silver, per oz., 95 :1 .,. San Francisco, April 3.—Bar sLlver, per oz., 95®95>2'. stocks and bonds. New York, April 2.—Closing quotations: U 8 4s. Reg 122 [Northwestern \\Y\ U. S. 4s. coup...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles. April 3, 1890: a. OL 90, p. m. 90. Max. tern., OS: mm. tern., 44. Eastern Temperature. Chicago. April 3.—New York. 40: New Orleans. 72: St. Louis, 50; Cincinnati, 58; Chi cago, 40; Winnipeg, 20. PERSONAL. A. H. Hart was in from Redlands yes terday. B. M. Smith is* down from San Ber nardino. H. W. Blaisdell is up from Yuma for a short stay. Vincent Wallace and George Fuller are up from San Diego. C. F. Smith left for the north yester day on the afternoon train. Mr. ami Mrs. T. W. Pax ton of Cincin nati are visitors to the city. Francis White and wife, of Pomona, are visiting friends in the city. Henry Bohm, oi Denver, accompanied by his wife is visiting in Los Angeles. Mrs. Jolm Ferguson and Miss Fergu son of Louisville, Kentucky, are in the city. Dr. Stephen W. Bowers, editor of the Ventura Vidette, is in the city for a few days. J. W. Jackson, formerly of Pasadena, has returned from the East ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

[the herald P Stands for the Interests of Southern California k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIII.—NO. 175. IN DISREPUTE. New York's Finest Sharply Criticised. Alleged Corruptness of the Gotham Police. The Senate Committee Urged to Investigate. World's Fair Directors Chosen—More Breaks in Southern Levees—Other Eastern News. Associated Press Dispatches. | NEW York, April 4. —The Senate com mittee to investigate the cities of this State, and which recently probed the Sheriffs office, will tomorrow be called upon by men of the Central Labor Union. They will present to the investigators a formidable document, which alleges that the police department is a menace and a disgrace to the city. The force, as a body, is characterized as dishonest, brutal, and even criminal. It is charged with having reduced the art of black, mailing to a science, maintaining a sys tem of terrorism over certain classes, ex erting itself in the interests of certain can didates, and having established a system of esp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

2 THE CHAMBER. Important Communications Received Yesterday. The Southern Pacific and the Chicago Exhibit. Numerous Applications for Literature About the Section. California on Wheels Wants Fresh Veget ables—Contributions to the Perman ent Exhibit—The Visitors. A meeting of the committee appointed some time ago to take charge of what ever money should be won as prizes in the citrus fair was called to take place yesterday morning at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. No quorum was present. After some discussion it was decided to turn the money over to F. Edward Gray, to be deposited at in terest in some bank in the city until a quorum of the committee should meet and take action. Several important communications were received at the chamber yesterday. J. M. Crawley, of the Southern Pacific railroad, writes to say that he has in formed the principal officers of the com pany in San Francisco of the intention to maintain a permanent exhibit in Chicago, and that they have signified the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. A Lively Pension Debate in the House. A Number of Private Pension Bills Passed. Friends of the Chinese Census Bill Encouraged. A Movement Started for the Election of TJ. S. Senators by Popular Vote. Capital Cullings. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Washington, April 4.—The House took up the private pension bills today. Speaking on one of these bills, Stone, of Missouri, declared theft no other people bad been despoiled and burdened under the name of patriotism and under the guise of pension laws as the people of the United States. He denounced the de mands of the (i. A. R., and asserted that the Presidency was put up and sold to the highest bidder. Thank God, there was one grand man who declined to be party to such a sale; though he bad fallen he was bear ing a reputation of wise, in corruptible statesmanship and enjoying the respect of every honest citizen. [Ap plause on the Democratic side.] Benja min Harrison attained his office by cash raised by Wanamaker and disb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD^ PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. LYNCH. James J. Ayep.s. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles as second-class matter. 1 DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30c. Per Week, or 80e. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAOE: Daily* Herald, one year $8 .00 Daily Herald, six months 4-25 Daily Herald, three months 2 2o Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months I.UU Weekly Herald, three months oo Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. N<> papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule Is inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at Hi Palaoe hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffiee news-stand. 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence. street...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

LOCAL LINES. The Park rommissioners Hold a Meeting. The Attempted Suicide of a Chinaman. He Hang's Himself to a Beam, but is Cut Down in Time. The Directors of the Girls' Home Will CJose the Institution if More Aid is Not, Obtained, The Park Commissioners met in regu j | lar session last night in the Mayor's office, Hon. H. T. Hazard in the chair, and Messrs. Dr. Bryant, 8. C. Hubbell and M. L. Wicks present. Mayor Hazard stated that Judge Silent had offered to donate all the water lilies needed for the West Lake park, and that S. B. Caswell would also give Nile lilies for the parks. On motion of Mr. Hub bell both offers were accepted, and Superintendent Legrand was directed to take care of them. In the matter of the offer of Abbot Kinney to donate (>O,OOO trees to the commission, Superintendent Legrand reported that he had visited Santa Monica for the purpose of looking at the trees, and he was of the opinion that it would cost more to transfer them to this city than the same tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

6 THE POMOLOGISTS, Mooting of the Southern j California Society. A Well-Attended Session Held at Pomona. Horticultural Commissioners De clared to be Prejudiced. Officers Elected for the Ensuing Year, and Much Attention Given to Pests and Their Remedy. The eighteenth annual meeting of tlie liOS Angeles County Pomologioal Society was held at Pomona Thursday, and the merging of the society into the Pomo logioal Association of Southern Cali fornia was finally completed. About sixty prominent fruit-growers of this Motion were present, though some of the most distant counties were not rep resented. D. F.dson Smith, secretary of ! the association, in the absence of the | president, called the meeting to order in ifcComaa'a ball at 10:30, and nomi-| rutted Hiram Hamilton, of Orange county, as temporary chairman. Mr. Hamilton was unanimously re quested to take the chair, and after doing so said: "The cutting off of Orange county during the existence of the old organization greatly crippled t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. MONEY QUOTATIONS. San Francisco, April 4.—Bar silver, per oz., 95@90) 2 '. MINING SHARES. San Francisco, April 4.—Following are the closing prices: Best & Belcher. 3.10 iPotosi 8.88 ('hollar 3.80 jOphir 4.14 Crocker 30 Savage 2.20 Con. Virginia. . 4.70 sierra Nevada. 2.4.> Confidence 3.4() Union Con 2.50 rtouliKt Curry.. 1.75 |Yellow Jacket.. -2.30 Hale .t Norcross 2.95 | Wool Market. Philadelphia, April 4—wool—steady, with more iuqnirv. Montana, fine, 16(0.2O: medium, 10(025; coarse. 19M23. Territorial, tinc.;isMlS; medium, IS®32; coarse, 19®33. Local Markets. Poultry—Hens, No. 1. per dozen, $5.80® 0. 00; old roosters, per doz.. $5; young roosters, per doz., $5.00(a).550; broilers, large, per doz.. $4.00; broilers, small, per doz., $3.00; turkeys, per lb., 10c; ducks, large, per doz., .$0; ducks', small, per doz., $4.50(5)5.00; geese,sl.oo 3-lb. pails, 5-lb. pails, 9c; 10-lb. pails, S%c; 50-lb. round tins, 101.5 c.: 10-lb. tin pails, 10J4C.; 5-l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 4, 1890: Ti™.. D... Tk... ID W,„ IW.HVoII r. I a. m. p. m. E W Max. tern., 72; mm. tern., 40. Indications. San Fraxcisco, April 4.—Forecast till 8 p. ra. Satnnla.. for California: Local rains m northern portion; fair weather in southern por tion. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 4.—New York, 58: New Orleans, 00; St. Louis, 48; Cincinnati, 58; Chi cago, 44: Winnipeg, 14. . PERSONAL. W. L. Vail was over from Pasadena yesterday. G. I). Root was up from San Diego yesterday. J. F. Francis is down from Santa Cruz short visit. J. F. Patton. Deputy City Clerk of San Diego, is in the city. A. L. Taylor went north on the after noon train yesterday. E. D. Garfield left for the north yes terday on the afternoon train. D. C. Weeks was a passenger on the north-bound train yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Land, of Osceola, Minn., are visiting Southern California. Mrs. W. E. Dargie, of Oakland, and Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

t THE HERALD f Stands for the Interests of „ Southern California. k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIII.—NO. 176. BEYOND THE ROCKIES Much Suffering in the Del uged South. Many Casualties Attending the Overflow. The Break at Catfish Point Causing Great Destruction. Disastrous Floods in Texas—Suicide of a Prominent Citizen of Chicago. General Gleanings. Associated Press Dispatches.] Rosedale, Miss., April s.—The new levee at Catfish point broke yesterday morning. The water is rushing through a gap tiOO feet wide. It had been looked on as weak for some time. Most of the plantations affected are already more or less inundated f Din the breaks at Easton and Huntington. Many of the best estates in the county will be flooded. It is believed no human life is endangered. Greenville Again Flooded. Greenville, Miss., April s.—The cre vasse in the levee which broke at Cattish point is now from 1,700 to 1,800 feet wide, and increasing. The water reached Greenville this morning, and tonight rose one fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

2 A REWARD OF MERIT. Col. Benj.H. Grierson Becomes Brigadier-General. Distinguished Career Crowned With Honors. His Promotion Precedes His Retire ment But a Few Months. Orierson's Daring Raid Through the South With a Handful of Cavalry—His Long Service. Washington, April s.—Among the nominations sent to the Senate today was that of Colonel Benj. H. Grierson, Tenth Cavalry, to be Brigadier-General. The war of the rebellion developed 'many interesting characters and added many distinguished names to American history, but none more picturesque or interesting than that of Benjamin Henry Grierson. It has been said that soldiers are born, not made, and indeed the say ing appears to be true so far as General Grierson is concerned, for he no doubt inherited his soldierly qualities from his grandfather, who was a Colonel of cavalry in the Irish rebellion of 1798, and rendered distinguished service in the royal cause. General Grierson was born in Pitts- Burg, Pa., and like many other self mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

NATIONAL CAPITAL. Yesterday's Proceedings in Congress. Many Private Bills Passed by the Senate. The House Legislates on Military Matters. Promotion of General Miles and Colonel Grierson—Congressional and Executive Notes. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April s.—ln tlie Senate, today, among the petit ions presented was one from the president <>i the Methodist Church Mission, protesting against the passage of the bill providing for the de portation or imprisonment of Chinese found in this country without certifi cates. Also a resolution from the Board of Commerce of San Francisco against the repeal of the Chinese Exclusion act, and for additional legislation to effect ually prevent Chinese immigration. The House bill to provide for townslte entries of land in Oklahoma was passed. The following Senate bills were passed : For the disposal of the interest on the Virginius indemnity fund, by distrlbu- ! tion among persons who have already | established the right to partic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josbpb D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffiee at I.oe Angeles as second-class matter. 1 DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year *8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4-25 Daily Herald, three months 2.-Jo Weeely Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 100 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street Telephone 150. SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1890. SAN PEDRO HARBOR. The citizens of San Pedro have sent a memorial to Congress in relation to the improvement of the harbor. The statis tical portion of the paper shows that in 1887 there arrived at San Pedro 884 ves sels, with 465,519 tons of merchandise of one sort or other, of which there was 176,079,966 feet of lumber, and 128,895 tons of coal. The exports were 8,414 tons, much of which was corn, barley and wheat. In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

ABOUT TOWN. A Dead Infant Found in the River Bottom. Its Head Was Severed From the Body. A Mexican Thrown From His Wagon by a Passenger Train. The State Medical Association to Meet Here Next Week—Other Interesting Local Items. About 8 o'clock yesterday morning the headless body of a newly-born child was discovered in the bed of the river just below the First-street bridge, on the sand between tlie levee and the water, by a teamster who was hauling sand. The police were notified, and they in turn informed the Coroner, who at once took charge of the tiny body and ordered a post mortem examination to be made. Drs. Choate and McCarty performed this duty, and found that the child had been still-born; but this does not in any way account for the fact that its head had been severed from its body. When first discovered the dead child's nude trunk was lying about two feet from the head, which was crushed in from behind. It was conjectured that some person had hurled it from the bridge during...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

6 EASTER SERVICES. The Churches Decorated for tlie Occasion. Especial Programmes of Music Arranged. Grand Masses to be Sung at the Vari ous Catholic Churches. Many Callas and Other Flowers Called into Requisition—The Knights to Celebrate at Pasadena. Easter will be observed in all tbe Churches today, and in many cases special programmes have been arranged for the services. The ladies of many of the congregations have decorated the pulpits and chancels with callas and other flowers. Some of the interiors aye more elaborately decorated than they were last year, when it was thought that an unusual amount of artistic feeling had been displayed. Simpson M. E. church has heen fitted up with exquisite taste by the ladies of that church, headed by Mrs. Linn, ■with the rarest flowers and ever greens. The services of the day will be of a most interest ing character. In the morning Dr. A. ('. Williams, the pastor, will in-each a sermon appropriate to the occasion, while the choir, which will b...

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