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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

QUAY'S QUIBBLING. The Astute Boss in the Role of an Apologist. A Public Denial of a Private Statement. Senator Hoar Would Also Gild His Recent Utterances. Congressional Proceedings—The River and Harbor Bill Taken up in the Senate. Associated Tress Dispatches. J ' Washington, August 15. —The senate met at 10 o'clock today. Quay made a personal explanation as to a remark attributed to him in the reports of the Republican caucus last night, lie had been represented as saying that he did not wish to have the southern members of the house ot re presentatives yelping at his heels, urged on by the speaker. He had made no such remark, and had made no reflec tion on the distinguished presiding officer of the other branch of congress. Hoar expressed the hope that it would not be understood that because Quay felt called upon to contradict such statement other people were also cailed upon to contradict mendacious state ments ascribed to them on a similar sub ject. The senators knew that the sta...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. I Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS t %Oc. Per Week, or 80c. Per month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year W (JO Daily Herald, six months 4..45 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months (JO Lllustkatko Hebald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of ail delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the ■ame have been paid for in advance. This rule la Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice *ewß-staad, 103 East Adams street: in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

CHOKER WHITE. He Causes a Jury to Weep With Him By Heading; Them a Couple of Goody Letters, But His Wife Tolls tlie Truth Ahout His Violence. Her Evidence not Shaken by Cross Exam ination. A Sad Tale of' Unheard of Abuse. Clayton White's legal talents were very much in demand, yesterday, in department one. In fact, Clayton White, Esq., appeared as counsel for plain Mr. Clayton White, accused of a very heinous offense. Under an infor mation filed by the district attorney he was charged with having, on the 22nd of June, attempted to murder his divorced wife, Mrs. Susan White, at her resi dence in Boyle Heights. Deputy Dis trict Attorney Jesse Hardesty, after a jury had been secured, moved to intro duce two letters as exhibits of the prose cution. These letters had been written by Mr. White soon after his alleged offense. The court allowed their intro duction, but their reading was a bigger task than the prosecuting attorney had anticipated. In consequence, Mr. White offered to read th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

6 WHY KURENT GOVERNS. MAN'S STRUGGLE WITH THE SLA VONIC DIVINITY. The Human Overcome Not by Prowess Bat by Flattery—Singular Story of the Fall of the Race—Man Becomes a Prey to His Appetite and Is Dwarfed. Kurent and man contended which should rule the earth. Neither Kurent would yield to man nor man to Kurent, for he (man) was so gigantic—he wouldn't even have noticed it if nine of the people of the present day had danced up and down his nostrils. "Come," said Kurent, ''let us see which is the stronger; whether it is I or you that is to rule the earth. Yonder is a broad sea; the one that springs across it best shall have both the earth and all that is on the other side of the sea, and that is, in faith, a hundred times more valuable than this wilderness." Man agreed. Kurent took off his coat and jumped across the sea, so that just oue toot was wetted when he spraug on to dry j land. Now he began to jeer at the man; but the man held his tongue, didn't get out of temper, neither did ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York. August 15.—The stock market today was almost entirely devoid of interest, though the demand was sufficient to keep prices moving slowly upward. Reaction oc curred in tlie last hour, and the (lose was rather heavy but still at fractional advances over last evening's figures. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum Spot opened at 92; _; closed at 92. September opened at 39) closed at 92 r '«, MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, August 15.—Money on call closed at 6W15; Prime mercantile paper. 5@7 per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet, stronger; 80-day b111a,H.83%; demand, $4-87%. Bar silver, peroz.. $1.18*4. London. August 15, 1 p, m.—Closing consols: Money, 96.7-16; money account, 9-10; U. S. 4s. 136; U. S. 4V», 104 :, /nl05'.;. Bar silver BTJfj d. pel ounce. Money 2 per cent. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. August 15.—Closing quotations; U. S. 4s. Reg 123 :1 k Northwestern IW_ , TJ. S. 4s. coup... 18894 N. W. Preferred. .143!.. U. 8. 4Us. reg....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 August 1890

8 MEN'S s MEN'S 18.451 $9.65 I SUITS. y SUITS. Same goods will cost r\ Regular price in other elsewhere, U houses. $12.50; $1400 <P» I o0t» Eight Forty-five is no "f Nine sixty-five is our price at all. v price, a clear sav ing in your Just like finding $4.05. pocket of $4.35. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S f MENS' $1.95 I $2.70 | $3.80 S $4.65 PANTS «* PANTS. PANTS. s PANTS. ; I — A — H — Lj Two seventy is the A Three eighty for all j Four sixty-five we This is almost like J price we quote for ]Sj" wool, nobby Panta- 1 name for a line of giving'em away, when Pants that are good r-p loons, extra well made, JP Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 X value, for more money. -*- perfect fitters aud good good value for $6.50. for the identical same 3 Other concerns ask Q styles. Regular value * Made as near custom goods. $4.50 for the same. $5.75. 3 wor k as you can find. CHICAGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

v THE HERALD 1 ™ Stands for the Interests of p, California. J X SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J Eft rib cSi_£Si_ rtS _isb_£ft_ £ Ci_ £ 23 VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 124. OLD WORLD ECHOES. The Kaiser on his Way to Visit the Czar. A Three Day's Conference to Be Had by the Monarehs. Horr fitter Makes a Noted Speech in the Prussian Diet. Salisbury's Last Dispatch to Blame Rela tive to the Bering Sea Dispute. French Kickers. [Copyright 1800 by the N. Y. Associated Press.J Berlin, August 16.—The German ironclad Irene and the imperil yacht Hohenzollern were sighted off Memel this morning. They stopped for Em peror William's dispatches and then proceeded northward for Reval where they are timed to arrive early tomorrow. The Russian squadron, consisting of eighteen vessels, under command of the grand Duke Alexis, will fire a salute upon the arrival of the German vessels. The Grand Duke Vladimir will receive the Emperor upon landing, and tlie regi ment of St. Perersburg grenadiers of which the Kaiser is honorary co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

2 FARMERS' UNION. Reasons Why the Farmers Should Organize for Protection. Editors Herald—Being for many years past a subscriber of your valuable paper, and from its constant perusal, knowing its ever true and constant de votion to the agricultural and farming interests ot our county, I take the liberty for the first time of asking a short place within your columns to say a word to the "farmers and producers" of Los Angeles county. During the past few weeks circulars have been mailed throughout the county in the form of a "call for a county convention of the farmers and producers'for the purpose of considering mainly the matter of forming a county organization of the farmers and pro ducers and auxiliary organizations in each township with a view to our better protection and the promotion of our in terests by securing fair and just re muneration for our labor and industry." A general and cordial invitation has been accorded to the "husbandry" to assemble at Turner hall at 10 a. m. Aug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. SCOIAL EVENTS WHICH OCCURED DURING THE WEEK. A Pleasant Musicale—Wedding Receptions —Personal Notes and Gosssip Gener ally. At a musicale given on Friday evening by Mrs. Nannie Catching at her home 055 Spring street, the following pro gramme was rendered: Piano Solo—Grande Val.se de Concert. „ Miss Pearl Royer. Duet—Dna Xotte in Venezla, ; Mrs. Catching and Mr. Defty. Vocal Solo—Thy Sentinel am I. . , Mr. I. 11. Stephens. Piano Solo—Last Hope. Miss Willie Richards. Duet—Oh Maritana. „ . Mrs. Catchingand Mr. Defty. Guitar Solo—La Truviata. Mrs. Lenore Gilmore. Piano Solo—Polonaise (Chopin.) Mrs. Catching. Vocal Solo—ln Old Madrid Mr. William Defty. Duet—How Dear To Me the Hour. Mrs. Catching and Mr, Jeffries' Solo—Angels Serenade [Violin Obligate-! Mr. Catching and Daughter. Piano Solo—Spring Song Miss Willie Richards. Among those present were Miss C.Kin ney, accompanist; Mrs. Vickey, Miss Dora Vickev, Miss Entler, Miss Devoin, Mrs - Price", Ml. Defty, Mr. Jeffri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALTJU PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. [Bntered 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 Hebald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Wickly Herald, three mouths • .00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mall Subscriber*- The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers WIU be sent toijjkubscribers by mail unless the tame have been paid for in advance. This rule la Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Dally Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice vews-staad, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Ofl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

THAT COAST LINE. CAPTAIN BARRETT SAYS IT WILL BE BUILT. Interesting Correspondence Received at the Chamber of Commerce.—Donations to the Exhibit. The following letter was received by the Secretary of the Chamber of Com merce, yesterday: San Francisco, August 11, 1890 11. Jay Hanchette, Esq; Dear Sir:—We have just completed negotiations with Mr. Crocker where by the railroad company agrees to com mence work on the Coast line railroad within 30 days after the right of way and depot ground are given them and to prosecute the work continuously and vigorously until completed. The $:>15,000 clause is left out. They only get the right of way, etc. Truly yours, A. W. Barrett. The following letter was also received by Secretary Hanchette of the chamber of commerce yesterday, from a former resident of this city: Albuqubbquts, N. M., August 13,1800. Dear Sir —As a citizen of Southern California I take a lively interest in her prosperity. In my opinion, to enable Southern .California to achi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

6 SANTA MONICA. Good Catches of Fish—Musical Pro gramme Today. Correspondence of the Herald. Forsyth and Luce made the largest catch of the season yesterday, catching 35 sea bass averaging over 60 pounds each. George Diegenhardt a crew not wish ing to be outdone, caught over two hun dred pounds of Pompano, and the many visitors to the beach will be able to feast on the finest finny beauties today. M. S. Hewes and family, of Los Angeles, are summewing here, having taken the Milrea cottage on Nevada avenue. L. C. Westervelt, of Boyle Heights, is here for a few days. W. C. McGregor is enjoying the brac ing sea breezes for a few days. The program for today's concert is as follows: PART I. I. —March 'Seventh Regiment" Cramer. a.—Medley "Little Rose Buds" Boettger. 3. —Waltz "Plui dor" Walteufel. 4. —Cornet Duett "Kindred Souls" Levy. PART 11. 5. — Ouverturo "La Flanders" Bouillion. B.—"Seranade Kspagnole" Bousquel B.—Gavotte "Forget me Not" Giese. PART 111. P.—Selection "Marltana" Wallac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, August 15.—The stock market today was extremely dull, but presented a decidedly strong front during the most of the session, and material gains were scored in most of the stocks traded in. Governments steady. Petroleum Spot opened at 02; closed unchanged. September opened at 93*, closed at 93, MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, August Hi.—Money on call per cent. Prime mercantile paper. !">' ,(n~ per cent. Sterling exchange—(inlet." steady; 60-day bills. H-M-V demfiid. i l S7 : '. 4 . Bar silver, pero]., $1.16, London. August 16, 4 p. m.—Closing consols: Money, 96.5-16; money account, 0644 U. S. 4s. 120: IT. S. 4.,5. 104%. Bar silver 52% d, pel ounce. Money percent. San Francisco,, August I(l.—Bar silver U:ii@n.ii;^. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. August lti.—Closing quotations: U. S. 4s. Reg 123 :1 4 Northwestern 110 M! TJ. S. 4s. coup... 123'„ N. f. Preferred. .148U TT. S. 4.,5. Reg .. 102% N. T. Central.. ..14»t»i TJ. S. 4> v s....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 August 1890

8 MEN'S s MEN'S $8.45 f $9.65 SUITS. y SUITS. Same goods will cost rv Regular price in other elsewhere, houses. $12.50 p $14.00 <xU» i <>> Eight Forty-five is no £ Nine sixty-five is our price at all. price. A clear sav ing in your Just like finding $4.05. pocket of $4.35. [CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S f MEN'S I f MEN'S I f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 g $3.80 = $465 PANTS. PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. **- "t" a I I ~ l_J Two seventy is the Three eighty for all y Four sixty-five we This is almost like I price we quote for wool, nobby Panta- _ name for a line of giving 'em away, when r _ Pants that are good r-p loons, extra well made, Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 -L value, for more money. ■*■ perfect fitters and good ha good value for $6.50. for the identical same Other concerns ask styles. Regular value Made as near custom igoods. $4.50 for the same. $5-75- v!"? work as you can find. CHICAGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations takeu at Los Aug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

l THE HERALD 1 r Stands for the Interests of "3 r. California. J [ SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. 3 VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 125. AT ROBBERS' CUT. The Pacific Express Company Loses $90,000. A Daring Train Robbery on The Missouri Pacific. ' The Bandits Secure Their Booty anil ' Successfully Escape. The Robbery Perpetrated at The Very- Spot Where the James Boys and Younger Brothers Operated. Associated Press Dispatches. | Kansas Cfty, August 17.—The Pacific Express company lost .SIIO,OOO by a train robbery on the Missouri Pacific railway early this morning. It was the Kansas City limited that fell into the hands ofthe bandits. The train was crowded with passengers, and the safe of the express company was stuffed with money, con signed, much of it, to western banks. The train left Tipton, Missouri, about 3a. m. Two mysterious figures were seen by the engineer lurking around the forward end of the train, but no partic ular attention was paid to them. Just after leaving Tipton the fireman re turned toward the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

2 THEY SWAM THE RIVER. How Walter Vail Brought His Cattle to California. Walter L. Vail, a wealthy cattle man of Pima County, Arizona, recently leased the Warner ranch in San Diego county, which contains some of the finest graz ing land in Southern California, for the purpose of transferring some of his stock to this state, and entering into com petition with the California stock raisers. After a careful consideration of the mat ter of the expense the transfer of a large number of cattle by rail must necessarily entail, he came to the conclusion that as they had been driven over the Col orado desert, with more or less success, before the age of railroads in Arizona, such a scheme must be perfectly prac ticable now. Accordingly, he deter mined to test the question, and a few months ago started his brother Edward upon the trail for California with a large herd of cattle. The successful result of this drive, which was concluded several j weeks ago conclusively demonstrates that cattle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

HIS RETRACTION. A Tale of Peril told by a Reporter Who was Worked Harder Than a Government Mule. Au Incident in the Career of a Had Man Who Finally had to Sweep the Streets in the Chaingang of a New Mexico Town. A few evenings ago—it was getting late, a number of newspaper men, some of whom have long ago been able to give up the hard task of shoving a pen cil for their living, were seated in a lit tle room, connected with a Spring street resort, cooling thcmseives with lemonades made out of appolinaris, with a stick in them and filling the air with the fragrant smoke of imported cigars—from Chinatown. The talk drifted into the subject of the trials of a newspaper reporter's life and the dan gers to which he is exposed for fearlessly publishing the news he has collected. Some narrow escapes were related. Judging from the meaning glances of the listeners and the way in which they nudged each other at each yarn it was evident that they knew their own pro pensity and placed but little c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. (Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOe. Per Week, or SOo. Per Jl nth. TEBMS BY SAIL, INCLUDING POHTABG: Daily Hebalb, one year *?'29 Daily HebalTj, six months 4.20 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2 00 Weekly Hkkald, six mouths 100 Weekly Herald, throe months M> Illustrated Hebald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mi.il subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Hebald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for In advance. This rule la inflexible. AVERS it LYNCH. The ■"Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand:; in Chicago at the Postoffice Vewe-stasd, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith <s Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Offl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

WOMAN VS. BULL. Jaguarina's Contest with an Angry Brute. An Exciting Dross Rehearsal of a Bull Fight. Tlie famous Swordswoman tries a Satisfactory Experiment. She Plays With an Infuriated Animal— His Attempts to Kill Her—Details of an Interesting Scene. Reporters often go, they know not where until they arrive, and for what purpose they cannot tell beforehand. Such was a Herald man's experience yesterday. He received a note saving: "Be at —at —o'clock, and you will see something worth while." The reporter went prepared to describe awedding, a prize fight, a campmeeting or whatever the "something" might he. The journey ended in front of a large and as no one was around, the entered after some difficulty. As the writer stood in the door, there was a bellow, a cloud of dust, and a nounding of cloven hoofs on the earthen floor, and the door was swung shut and fastened; just in time to re ceives a solid butting from some horned animal inside. Just then a hack drove up, and a well-known t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 August 1890

6 SALT AND SALTAIRE. THE TOWN WHICH THE INVENTOR OF ALPACA GOODS BUILT. Who Sir Titus Salt Was—How He Be came Known to Fame—A Description of the Magnificent Village That Bears His Name. Titus Salt was born in 1803 at Morley, near Leeds, iv a quaint two storied build ing called the Old Manor House. His fa ther, Daniel, was a farmer, but having an active and energetic nature he tired of ag riculture and moved to Bradford, then a rising industrial town, became a wool stapler and showed considerable business, sagacity and acumen. In 1886 Titus Salt accidently stumbled upon a stock of the fleeces, bought it, re turned to Bradford and after persevering efforts hit at last on the device of using cotton warps and produced a fabric which in delicacy, luster and texture rivaled the much vaunted robes of the Incas. It soon became popular, orders poured iv and it was exhibited in all the shop windows of the kingdom. Mr. Salt's name was uni versally known, he had soon to remove to larger premise...

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