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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 July 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, July 20.—Stocks today were tame and uninteresting, and final changes entirely insignificant, except sugar refineries, which show a loss of 1%. Governments steadier. Petroleum neglected. August opened at advanced %, S>nd declined, closing at 88%. MONEY QUOTATIONS, New York, July 20.—Money, on call, easy, 3y, per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5W ,j per cent. Bterllngexchange—(juitt, strong; 00-day bills, $4.85; demand, H. 88&. Bar silver, per oz., $1.09. Ban Francisco, July 20.—Bar silver, pet OS., $1.09®9) 2 . London, July 20, 4 p. in.—Consols, money, 90 3-10; account, 90 4-16; U.S. 4s, 125i<4; do 4Us, 105%. Bar silver, 49 : >4d per ounce. Money, 3li®)i per cent. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. July 2(i.—Closing quotations: TJ. S. 4s. Reg 123.., Northwestern 111% TJ. 8. 4s. coup... 124)o N. W. Preferred . 144 U.S. 4> 2 's. Reg .. 12312 IN. Y. Central... .147 :, i TJ. S. 4) 2 5. coup. 123' 2 Oregon Imp't 45 Pacific (...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 July 1890

8 ENLARGEMENT OF PREMISES Finding ourselves cramped for room, ye shall add to our already ipacious quarters 600 square feet at the rear end of our store with large ihow window facing on Franklin street, and as soon as plans are com pleted tear out the walls and open up one of the finest and most complete BOYS CLOTHING DEPTS H WEST OF CHICAGO In the short space of three months our trade has been on a steady increase, the same being due to our Square and Honest Dealings. Increase of stock and increase of trade compels us to say WE MUST HAVE ROOM And in order to facilitate matters, give the carpenters, painters and other workmen a chance to move, we have concluded to make some Big Saeriflees in the Cost of Goods NOT THE , PROFITS We have at present entirely too much stock, also large fall orders in the hands of the most reliable manufacturers. This is our first bona fide sale and will be to your interest to attend it at once. We desire by the 6TH DAY OF AUGUST to reduce our already imm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

fc TH E HERALD F Stands for the Interests of n, Southern California. [j, SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 105. BEYOND THE ROCKIES Frightful Accident at a Rail road Crossing. Smallpox Aboard a Big Atlantic Steamship. Sightseers at the Scene of the South Lawrence Cyclone. Extensive Cave-In of a Pennsylvania Mine—Death of a Prominent Illinoisan. Associated Press DiSDatcb.es. I Grafton, W. Va., July 27.—A fright ful railroad accident occurred here this morning, resulting in the death of five persons, members of one family. Just about the time the west-bound accommo dation train was due, William Golden, wife and three children started to cross the Baltimore and Ohio tracks, but see ing a yard engine coming up they stopped to let it pass. While watching the engine the passenger train struck the family, instantly killing the husband, wife and three children. The noise of the yard engine prevented the approach of the train being heard. GONE TO HIS REWARD. A Prominent Illinois Democrat Pass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

2 OUT OF TOWN. Notes of Interest From Other Places. Large Profits From Fruit- Raising at Pomona. Seaside News Notes and Salt Water Gossip. A Balloon Ascension at Santa Monica. Large Crowds at Redondo—A Big Fish Record. Correspondence of the Herald.] Twenty-rive carloads of people came down yesterday over the Santa Fe route and as many were brought by the Re dondo Beach railway as its trains could carry. Every yacht and sail boat was put to constant use. Fishing poles were in great demand. A careful count showed that 150 fishers on the wharf caught 183 fish in five minutes by the watch. At the Ladies' Aid Society's entertain ment last evening there was a very large attendance. Besides the members there were twenty children of the kindergar ten and forty outsiders. The programme was opened by singing several very pretty songs by "the kindergarten girls; followed by a violin solo by Miss Cotton: recitation "by Miss Clara Bingham; organ solo, Miss Stella Blanchard. Some colored waiters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

PLAYS AND PLAYERS. The "Shatchen" at the Grand this Week. The Theme of the Play Outlined. The Palme! Company Booked For Next Week, Stage Gossip—M. B. Curtis Tomorrow Night—The Palmer Company. News Notes. Mr. M. B. Curtis won considerable fame as "Sam'l of Fosen," a dramatic study of the commercial tourist and his surroundings. He now appears in the Shatchen, which, anglicized, means the marriage broker. He will open his season here on tomorrow evening at the opera bouse, and will play a matinee on Wednesday. Mr. Curtis comes sup ported by Mr. Frank Mordaunt, and is said to have a good company. The theme of the Shatchen is the inter marriage of the son of a wealthy Hebrew clothier and the daughter of a Yankee banker. When the caste error of the young man is disclosed, his otherwise indulgent and amiable father disowns him. The parent's fidelity to his re ligious faith, coupled with grief over his offspring's aberration, almost costs him his life ; but after a dangerous illness he is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as ' second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At »Oe. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TEEMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year IS 00 Daily Herald, six months 4.-5 Daily Herald, three months --J Weekly Herald, one year - oo Weekly Herald, six months . 100 Weekly Herald, three months bo Illustrated Herald, per copy lo Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will bs promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers wUI be Bent to subscribers by mail unless the ■MM have been paid for in advance. This rule lOnflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice «ews-etand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Dfllce of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

A NOTABLE SALE. The Transfer of the Los An geles Theater. A Sale Which is Said to Be Consummated. Two Local Capitalists Make the Purchase. A Fine Property Sold Recently-The Inten tion of the Purchasers to Improve the Theater—Manager Wyatt's Work. One of the most striking and best located buildings in the city is the Los Angeles theater property, on the west side of Spring street, between Second and Third streets. This is the theater recently leased by Manager Harry C. Wyatt, and which will be opened by him on October Ist. The lot is sixty feet front on Spring street, and is 1(55 feet deep. The build ing cost in the neighborhood of $90,000. A Herald reporter was yesterday in formed on very good authority that Mrs. Juana Neal, the owner, had sold the entire property to two capitalists, one a Los Angeles man and the other a resi dent of Pasadena. The price given to the reporter was $140,000, but it hardly seems that the property would be sold for comparatively so low a price. An effort...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

6 SCHOOL DISTRICTS. The Entire City Rearranged Recently. Necessitated by the Many New Buildings. Description of the New Districts and Their Boundaries. "Where the Parents Must Send Their Children—Locations of the "Various School Houses. The construction of a large number of school houses during the past six months has necessitated the redisrict ing of the entire city. In order to give the parents an idea as to where to send their children when school opens, the new districts have been bounded and described as follows: District No. I—Corner Arroyo Seco and Cypress avenues; bounded north by the city limits, east and south by the California Central railroad tracks, and west by the river. Principal, Miss Mary Deacon. District No. 2—South Main-street school, corner South Main street and Griffin avenue; bounded north and east by the city limits, south by Gillig avenue, Thomas street, Kuster avenue, Barranca street and Wells street, west by California Central railroad tracks. Principal, Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

A QUEER SPOT WHERE FUNNY SIGHTS ARE DAILY OBSERVED, And Gamblers Lose Their Money—The Little Alley Back of the Plaza—Who Frequents It—Beer-Drinking Chinamen. The majority of the people of Los An geles are unacquainted with the dark corners or' this city, and if they knew how to find them would probably be afraid to trust themselves in such places. Chinatown, for instance, which no east ern tourist would dream of passing by without at least a superficial inspection, is a spot almost unknown to the average Angelefio. He knows not how it smells in those purlins where filth and gilt dragons, dirt and paper flowers are intermingled into an inextricable mass; where roast pig looking like the cadaver of a Chinese St. Laurent is suspended in front of butcher shops and gradually carved up until nothing remains but the tail; where baby fishes, the size of a little finger, caught unlawfully in our bays, are sold dried and withered to be eaten alike by the epicure and the coolie from the land o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 28 July 1890

8 ENLARGEMENT OF PREMISES Finding ourselves cramped for room, we shall add to our already ipacious quarters 600 square feet at the rear end of our store with large ihow window facing on Franklin street, and as soon as plans are com peted tear out the walls and open up one of the finest and most complete BOYS CLOU DEPTS WEST OF CHICAGO In the short space of three months our trade has been on a steady increase, the same being due to our Square and Honest Dealings. Increase of stock and increase of trade compels us to say WE MUST HAVE ROOM And in order to facilitate matters, give the carpenters, painters and other workmen a chance to move, we have concluded to make some Big Sacrifices in the Cost of Goods NOT THE PROFITS We have at present entirely too much stock, also large fall orders in the hands of the most reliable manufacturers. This is our first bona fide sale and will be to your interest to attend it at once. We desire by the 6TH DAY OF AUGUST to reduce our already immense stoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

l THE HERALD ] r Stands for the Interests of *3 rt Southern California. J SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. lOti. EVENTS AT THE EAST A Collision of Steamboats Near Baltimore. Five People Killed and Many Missing and Injured. Dynamiter Mooney Drowned in the Surf While Bathing-. The Bull Fever Raging in Wheat and Corn in the New York Market. Other Items. Associated Tress Dispatches I Baltimore, July 28.—The steamer Vir ginia this evening collided with the ex cursion steamer Louise, upon which 1,500 excursionists were gathered. The collision occurred off Fort Carroll, about five miles from Baltimore. It is said the collision resulted from the efforts of the steamers to avoid a schooner in tow of a tugboat. Both vessels were badly dam aged. Many excursionists are missing and some are painfully injured. Three bodies have been recovered up to 11 o'clock. Many others are lost. The deaths among the excursionists number as many as live, with a number -of persons injured. There were no fa ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

2 CHIPPER AS USUAL. Justice Lockwood Appears in Court. He Is Less Nervous and Smiles at His Friends. A Defective Complaint Replaced by a New One. The Justice Defendant Acts as His Own Lawyer—He Is Held to Answer the Charge. Justice of the Peace Lockwood, look ing chipper and dapper as usual, promptly appeared in Justice Savage's court yesterday afternoon as the clock struck 2. The attorneys for the people were not present, neither were counsel for the defendant; nevertheless Lock wood announced to the court that he was ready to hear its decision in regard to the motion made by C. C. Stephens on Saturday to dismiss the complaint heretofore tiled because it had been sworn to on information and belief. Lockwood's demeanor breathed confi dence ;he smiled on several occasions and evinced less nervousness than at any time since he has been in hot water. The court requested the defendant to await the arrival of the district attor ney, and several minutes elapsed before Deputy Jesse Hardest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

51ST CONGRESS. Yesterday's Doings in Both Houses. The Senate Fixes Its Hour of Meeting. Argument on the Revenue Marine Bill Continued. The Tariff Bill Again Taken TJp-Vest and Turpie Speak Against It. House Proceedings. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, July 28.—1n the senate today, the bill to pension all the surviv ingofneers and men of Powell's battalion of Missouri mounted volunteers, raised during the war with Mexico, was passed. Aldrich offered a resolution fixing the daily hour of meeting at 11 a. m. Ingalls suggested an understanding that the business of the morning hour shall be considered closed at 1 o'clock. Allison did not wish it implied that the senate would devote two hours a day to morning business. Ingalls said he did wish just such an implication. As soon as the tariff bill, appropriation bills and election bill were passed, Congress would undoubtedly ad journ promptly, therefore whatever was to be done between now and the time of adjournment in considerat...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayebs. AVERS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. IKntered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Me. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year 18.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers 10 the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers wUI be sent to subscribers by mail unless the ■ame have been paid for in advance. This rule l<lnneiible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Dally Herald" Hay be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice »ew»-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of Pub...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

MILITARY DISCIPLINE Is What Major Jones is In Favor Of, For the Children in the Public Schools. The Boai-d[of Education Opens School- Honse Bids. They Are Referred to the Building Com mittee—The Board Likely to Want Money. The board of education met in the city hall at 8 o'clock last night. The regular order of business was dispensed with in order to take up the special business for which the meeting had been called. This was the matter of receiving bids for the removal of the old Pine or Sixteenth street school house, according to plans and specifications advertised. The fol lowing bids were opened and read: E. R. Means, $4,444; Eldridge & Hei stand, $3,99!); C. R. Thorne & Son, $3, --989; J. H. Wanburg, $3,725, and C. N. Anslyn, $3,(190. Governor Gosper moved that the bid of C. N. Anslyn, which appeared to be the lowest, be accepted, provided that he conformed to all the require ments of the board. Chairman Ellis suggested the advisability of deferring action on the matter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

6 AZUSA. A LAND OF STREAMS OF WATER AND BROAD, FERTILE FIELDS. Mining, Horticulture, Stock-Rai3ing, and All Other Industries of the Section in Full Blast. Situated in the very heart of the citrus belt, twenty-two juiles from Los Angeles, on the line of the great transcontinental road (the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe), protected by many folded hills, at the head of a salubrious valley, watered by the sinuous San Gabriel river and its sparkling tributaries, Azusa, from a commercial, scenic and sanitary stand point, is enviably environed. To the north and east are the stately Sierras, with their snowy spires above the clouds, their billowy buttresses man tled by many-colored leaves. Southward ia the valley, gemmed with golden groves and tasselled corn and twining vineyards and gleaming grain. P.eyond the brown mesas, the "hedge-hemmed towns, the garden-girdled ranches, lies the placid sea, forty miles away, 800 feet below the level of our lofty little vale. Ages and ages ago, the sci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, July 28.—The stock market on the whole displayed little more animation than on the average last week, hut the bears seemed to have acquired courage to attack the list from the long - continued dullnes and lower prices in London, coupled with tne disturbances in the Argentine Republic, Pres sure upon the list was almost continuous today, and prices slowly yielded without material losses, except in a few stocks, and the market closed barely steady, generally at slight frac tions below Saturday's figures. Sugar, however, was down 2% per cent. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum continues dull. Spot closed at 88%, August 89. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, July 28.—Money, on call, easy, 2(6:4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, .VoIP., per cent. Bterlingcxchaiigt—Quiet, strong; 00-day bills, 14.85; demand. $4.88%. Bar silver, per oz., $1.09%. San Francisco, July 28.—Bar silver, per oz.. $1.09(o!l%. London, July 28, 4 p. m.—Consols, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 29 July 1890

8 I OUT GOES THE WALL AND DOWN" COMES THE ~ PRICES" [t is our intention to enlarge our present eramped-t'or-room quarters by adding, at the rear of our store on Franklin street, a room 20x30, and when plans are completed " TEAR OUT THE WALL" And open to the public one of the Best Stocked and Most Complete WEST OF CHICAGO In order to REDUCE OUR ENTIRELY TOO HEAVY STOCK we shall offer some extraordinary bargains. Tremendous Mark Down Sale I AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION PROVING IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. THE BIRTHPLACE OF GREAT VALUES C H I C A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations takeu at Los Augeles July 28, 1890: a. m. p. m. 87 00 E S 1 6 [ Max. tern., 80; mm. tern., 00. Indication)). Ban Francisco, July 28.—Forecast Northern California, fair weather; Southern California, fair weather, except light rain at Yuma. PERSONAL. Messrs. Fred Harkness, Col. D. R. Risley and John T. Gaffey are in San Francisco. Simm F. Gless, of Boyle Hei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 July 1890

l THE HERALD ] * Stands for the Interests of *m L Southern California. J SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 107. SILVER SHIPMENTS. Surprises of the Recent Leg islation. The White Metal Stream Flows on Unchecked. Large Quantities Going to England for the India Trade. The Flood of Foreign Silver Not Yet Turned This Way—Prices Will Go Up After August 13th. Associated Press Dispatches I New York, July 21).—An evening paper says : The large shipments of sil ver bullion to London in the past few days has given rise to much comment, because it had been predicted that soon as the silver bill was passed, this coun try would be Hooded with silver of for eign countries. The actual facts have been precisely the reverse. The head of a leading bullion brokerage house of this city|said today: "There has been a great deal of talk in relation to the causes of the present movement of silver to England. The truth of the matter is just this: Every summer Eng land demands a large amount of silver to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 July 1890

2 HE THANKS GOD That the People Are Not Prejudiced Against Him. So Said Justice Lockwood Yesterday. But the Papers Have Been Very Naughty. He Wants a Speedy Examination But Gets a Continuance—Some Arguments for Time. It had confidently been expected that when the case of the people against W. C. Lockwood, city justice of the peace, was called up for examination yesterday afternoon in the township justice's court the public would be treated to a little more "monkey business," and it may be noted here that the people can not complain on the score of disappoint ment. Mr. Lockwood was in court with C. C. Stephens, J.M. Brooks and Messrs. Ling & Shinn, a formidable array of legal talent indeed. The people on the other hand was modestly represented by Deputy District Attornies llardesty and Diehl. The ball was opened by C. C. Stephens who wanted a continuance. He was engaged in the trial of a murder case in Department 5, and wished a continu ance on that ground. Counsel was fol lowed ...

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