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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, April s.—Outside of a few special ties in tlie stork market today there was no movenwnt whatever. The market closed dull and barely steady, and about opening prices, which are generally lower than Thursday's fignres. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum—Opened steady at 81%; declined o 81%; reacted and closed stondy. Stock Exchange — Opening, 81%; closing, 81%. Consolidated Exchange — Opening, closing, 81J£. WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT. New York, April s.—Reserve decrease, $2,H59.000; specie decrease, $1,144,000; cash on hand in excess of 25 per cent., $14,420,000. New York, April s.—Money, on call, easy, 3@4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, s®7' 2 per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; 00-day bills, $4.83 ;1 4; demand, $4-87. Bar silver, per oz., 95%. MONEY QUOTATIONS. San Francisco, April s.—Bar silver, per oz., 95@95%. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, April s.—Closing quotations: U. S. 4s. Reg 122U Northwestern 111% V. 8. 4...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations takeu at Los Angeles, April 5, 1890: ft. m. Max. tern., 67; rain, tern., 51. Indications. San Francisco, April s.—Forecast till 8 p. m. Sunday, for California: Light rains in northern portion; fair weather in southern por tion. Bastern Temperature. Chicago, April s.—New York, 40: New Orleans, 52; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 36; Chi cago, 38; Winnipeg, 30. PERSONAL. N. J. Judah starts for San Francisco today. H. C. Ambrose, of Tulare, is a visitor to Los Angeles. H. 8. Virgil staffed for the north yes terday afternoon. C. H. Condee was down from Santa Barbara yesterday. J. A. Barrows has removed his bus?" ness to 205 Broadway. James McFadden, of Santa Ana, was in the city yesterday. Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Bellaw, of Berke ley, are in Los Angeles. R. L. McKnight came in from Long Beach yesterday afternoon. Miss Eta Elser has returned home after an extended Eastern trip. Mr. and Mrs. AY. A. Griffith, of Que bec, are visit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 April 1890

jStp' W sir-" vV M 5 I THE HERALD • r Stands for the Interests of' £ Southern California. k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. , VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 177. SHOT BY TRAMPS. A Plucky Freight Conductor Murdered. The Chicago Borgia Positively Identified. Why the Adriatic Did Not Rescue the City of "Paris. A Corpse Resuscitated After Being Placed on Ice—Other Interesting East ern News. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Lima, April (i. —Conductor Gardner J. Tuckey, of the Fort Wayne road, was shot and mortally wounded this after noon by tramps. As the train was pulling out of the city this afternoon, Tuckey noticed six tramps getting into a box-car. He ordered tiiem to get out, but they refused. Tuckey then went Into the car, when one of them fired an ineffectual shot. The tramps then grap pled with Tuckey and threw him out of the car, then jumped out of the door on the other side. Tuckey Climbed oyer the train and attempted to capture the man who fired the shot, when two of them seized his arms while another pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 April 1890

2 SOCIAL EVENTS. Lent Ends With a Compara tively Quiet Week. A Number of Small Parties and Receptions. The Ladies Preparing for a Lively Spring Season. Dances—Surprise Parties—Birthday An niversaries—Concerts—Musicales and Entertainments. The Cooking Club holds its next meet ing on Friday with Miss Ida Menefee. H. J. Kramer will give his fifth recep tion on Wednesday evening at 1115 South Main street. Invitations are out for a calico party to be given under the auspices of Prof. Payne, at Banquet hall, on Downey ave nue, East Los Angeles, this evening. A concert will be given in Turn Verein hall on Monday evening next for the benefit of the Tabernacle Baptist church. The programme will he announced later. The Ladies' Aid Society of Union-ave nue M. E. church served an Easter sup per at 1638 Temple street Friday evening from std 10 o'clock. A large attendance ■was present. The sixteenth annual ball of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held this evening at Illinois hall, corner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 April 1890

THE PLAINS ACROSS. Hixson Nearing the End of His Long Pilgrimage. He Gets to the Heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Days of Old, the Days of Gold, the Days of '49. The Carson River With Its Grass and Fish, and the Scaling of the Sierras Told Today. Today in his diary J. M. Hixson gets nearer his journey's end, coming into the heart of the Sierras, as follows: Our camp today was cm the bank of the Carson river under the shade of some large Cottonwood trees, the first trees we had seen large enough to form a shade in 1,100 miles. The Carson was about three rods w ide and a couple of feet deep, water clear and pure, grass very line, known as bluejoint, sweet and nutritious. As night came on the soft fresh breeze came down from the Sierra Nevada mountains, a luxury to tired men and animals after a constant tramp for weeks over parched plains with suffo cating alkali dust and digging out mired animals or fording swollen streams, etc. etc. It is impossible to describe the feelings ...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph P. Lyhch. .lambs J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAII., INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $SOO Daily Herald, six months 4.2."i Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2 00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 123 125 West Second street. Telephone 156. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 18»0. THE LABOR PROBLEM. That there is something sadly out of joint in the social economy of the pres •Ot time, is not only known hut felt by j that large class of people all over the | world who are obliged to earn their liv ing by the work of their hands. We I hear much about the great advance the j world has made in invention ; how steam | and machinery are now doing the work ! that was before done by hand; bow ! they h...

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

LOCAL LINES. A Movement on Foot to Build a Masonic Temple. A Meeting of the Representa- tives of the Order. McCusker Arrested on a Charge of Forgina: an Order. How a Rebate of Taxes Was Obtained from the City—Other News of an Interesting Character. A movement is on foot among the members of the various Masonic bodies of this city for the erection of a temple which shall contain room enough to ac commodate all the lodges, the com mandery and the shrine. At present some of these organizations meet in the Los Angeles National Bank building, on the corner of First and Spring, and the remainder occupy various rented halls about the city. Some time ago Los Angeles 1-odge, No. 42, F. and A. M., passed a resolu tion calling upon all other Masonic bodies to appoint committees to meet to gether and formulate some plan for the erection of a temple for the use of all. The recommendation was carried out , with a result that the following were ap pointed : Mystic Shrine, Eugene Ger main, J. S. "V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 April 1890

6 OUR FRUITS. A Standard Eastern Au thority on the Subject. A Series of Five Articles Kirn in "Bradstreet's" The Position of Califoruia Fruit;; in Eastern Markets. Selections From the Last Two Articles of the Series—Fresh and Dried Fruits. Bradatreet 's,one of the standard author ities of the East on commercial matters, has recently been running a series of articles on California industries and the business interests of the State. They are evidently written by some one who has made a careful study of the resources of the Coast, and they give a reasonable but none too flattering statement of the (Kipsibilities of this section of the State. The first article, which appeared sev eral weeks ago, was on the subject of California citrus fruits. A part of this was reproduced in the Herald. It waa followed by one on California raisin cul ture, and this by one on "Economic Conditions in Southern California." In the last two weeks two more have ap peared, one on fresh fruit and the other on d...

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

ADVERTIZED LETTERS. List of Letters Remaining Uncalled For at the Los Angeles Postoffice April 7, 1890. LADIES' LIST. Alford, Miss J Pearl Alton, Mrs Ella Allen, Mrs Rachel Aurbach, Mrs C Anderson, Mrs Wash-Anderson, Mrs VV L ington Appleby. Mrs A J Ainaiz, Mrs M A Austin. Helen Adatns, Mrs v, (i Adams, Mrs Frank Adams, Isabella Bacon, Mrs E Baca, Ysabel V Builhiirlie. Mrs W II Baker. Miss (' II Baldwin, Mrs Fitch Ballard, Nettie Baraelougb,Miss Nettie Pnrrett. Miss Agnes A Burklialder. Kate W Blanchard, Miss J Maud Blake, Mrs Marian E Bickford, Mrs Cora B BeckleV, Mrs Maggie Baughman, Mrs Ada Batfa. Miss Annie Bateham, MrsJ C 2 Baxter, Mrs A S Bradford. Mrs Geo W Borey, Miss Caroline Boughman, Mrs a f Brown, Mrs Ella M Byriim, Mrs J C Burton, Kinma Calkins, Mrs Hortense Cnsncll, Mrs Geo A Carothers, Miss Jennie Colores. Stra Tcsesa Clanton, Miss Mary Clayton. Miss Jessie clcthcroe, Minnie Cohen. Ruth Coax, Miss Mattie Cook. Mrs Loiss Cordes, Mrs Eliese Cornell, Miss Mollie Comwell,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 6, 1890: a. m. 51 ! 59 p. m. Max. tern., 63; mm. tern., 49. PERSONAL. J. S. Benhayon was over from Mon rovia yesterday. Ben. Goodrich is up from San Diego for a short stay. Judge J. R. Aitken came up from San Diego yesterday. H. J. Hunt, of Yokohama, Japan, is visiting the city. Mr. Elmer F. Marsh, of Pasadena, was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holabird of Clare mont were in the city yesterday. C. A. Storke was down from Santa Barbara yesterday for a few hours. J. B. Livengood, of the Ontario 06 --terver, was a Sunday visitor in Los Angeles. Mrs. T. Y. Phelps, of Pan Francisco, is in the city, a guest of Mrs. George W. Frink at the Nadeau. J. R. McPherson was in from Chino yes terday. He reports an encouraging out look for his section of the country. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee and Miss Lillie Brady of San Francisco are visitors to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 8 April 1890

f THE HERALD f Stand? for tho Interests of " r. Southern California. A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIII. —NO. ITS. GONE DEMOCRATIC. Municipal Elections in East- era States. The Democrats Nearly Every- where Victorious. Democracy in the Ascendant Through- out the Country. Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan Show Large Democratic Gains—Many Women Voting in Kansas. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Cincinnati, April 7. —The vote at the ! municipal election today for Judge of j the Superior Court, Clerk of the Police i Court, Director of the City Infirmary, Magistrate and members of the Coun cil, etc., was very light. The Repub licans at midnight seem to have a ma jority of one in the Board of Education and two in the Board of Councilmen, both of which were heretofore over whelmingly Republican. The Demo crats elected all the other offices except Clerk of the Police Court. Columbus, Ohio, April 7. —The city election was quiet, not more than (it) per cent of the vote being polled. The Dem ocrats ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 8 April 1890

2 LADIES' ANNEX. An Important Meeting at the Chamber of Commerce. By-Laws Adopted and Perma nent Officers Elected. A Large Addition to the List of Members. Contributions to Permanent Exhibit Yesterday—A Sample of the Good Work Already Accomplished. A meeting of the Ladies' Annex of the Chamber of Commerce took place yester day afternoon. There were about seventy five ladies present. After the reading of the minutes the committee on member ship made its report and the following were elected members of the annex: Mrs. P. Nies, Miss Mollie Goodhue, Miss Sarah Ward, Mrs. M. Summertield, Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. A. Gowen, Miss C. Katz, Mrs. E. Fisher, Miss Theresa Ernst, Miss E. Jackson, Mrs. W. Curl, Mrs. C. A. Holden, Miss E. G. Sawtelle, Mrs. Sawtelle, Mrs. K. P. Bradford, Mrs. C. W. Burdick, Mrs. M. E. McClellan, Mrs. W. E. Reed, Miss Minnie Peltier, Miss Helen Mar Bennett, Mrs. Anna S. Av erill, May Emerson, Mrs. 0. A. Camp bell, Mrs. John Homer, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mrs. M. Havnes, Mrs. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 8 April 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. Yesterdays Proceedings in Congress. The Montana Senatorial Con- test Ajrain. Interesting Arsriuncnts * Made By Vance and Spooner. The Senate Service Pension Bill Fails of Passage in the House Under Suspension of the Rules. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washinoton, April 7.—ln the Senate today Evarts presented resolutions of the New York Chamber of Commerce, protesting against the pending hill for census enumeration of the Chinese, as absurd, barbarous, unchristian and cow ardly, and a memorial on the same sub ject from the American Missionary Asso ciation was presented by Davis. Piatt presented a memorial for the ad mission of New Mexico, without com mitting himself tn the views set forth in it. Hoar moved to proceed with the Mon tana con tested election case. Hale asked hirrj to give preference to the Chinese Enumeration bill, which it was important to have disposed of as soon as possible. Hoar intimated that the Chinese Cen sus bill could not be disposed of imme d...

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

4 _DATLY HERALD. PUBLISHED £ SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avkhs. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. 1 DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 80c. Per Week, or SOc. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year »8 00 , Daily Herald, six mouths 4.35 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 : Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 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. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 150. TUBS DAY, APRIL S, 1800. The Stockton Evening Mail is out in a great special edition, devoted to the interests of its section. Much space is devoted to on...

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

THE SCHOOL BOARD. The New Buildings Consume Considerable Time. Several Contractors Ask for Extensions. A Quantity of Small Business Con sidered at Length. The Superintendent's Report—Resigna tions of Teachers—Tho New High School—Other Matters. The Board of Education met last night at the city hall, President A. E. Pome roy in the chair, and Messrs. Cox, Ellis, Frew, Gosper, Woodbury, Mcintosh, Powers and Whaling present. Communications were received from the City Clerk transmitting the peti tions of L. P. Kelly for further time on the Second and Beaudry streets school, and C. M. Anslyn for further time on the Cornwall and Grant streets school, and both were referred to the building committee with power to act. The petition of 0. T). Willman, offer ing to do the extra work on the Beaudry street school for $1,050, was read, and on motion of Governor Gosper the presi dent and secretary of the board were authorized to sign the contract with Willman. Several applications were received fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 8 April 1890

6 IN ALL THE COURTS. THE SUPERIOR, SUPREME AND FED ERAL, COURTS IN SESSION. The Calling of Calendars, Sentencing Crim inals and Making Young Lawyers the Order of the Day. Thi' Supreme Court met in its April ession in this city yesterday at 2 p. m. Chief Justice Beatty presided, with Jus tices Fox, McFarland, Sharpstein and Works to assist. Tho tirst business on the docket was motions, and after these were disposed of in an hour or more the class of applicants for admission to prac tice law was called up and examined. The following fledgling jurists composed the class: Frank J. Nettleton, Charlea Lantz, Charles IMeli, Alvin Fay. E. F. Wad dlngton, Arthur T. Clark, R. Roth. Charles D. Houghton, William A. Wil son, Eugene W. Squire, Henry E. Carter, Charles T. Howland, Alfred j Cooper, T. W. Ntagg and M. F. Pixley. Today the report of the beach will be handed down, showing how many of the above are successful applicants for the 1 legal sheepskin. For today the following cases are set j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 8 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. exchange review. New York, April 7.—The stock market today was lower, lmt the movement, except in a few specialties, was entirely insignificant. Late in the day the tone of the market underwent a marked change for the better, principally lie cause ot more favorable advices in regard to the Western situation, and, except in a few in stances, the losses Incurred during the curlier portion of the day were nearly wiped out. pa cific Mail made a sharp spurt", owing to some talk about a contest over an election which will lake place next month. The dese was quiet but firm, generally at slight losses from closing figures. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum opened weak at 81. sagged offl per cent., then rallied, but gave way again later and closed weak at 80. New York, April 7.—Money, on call, easy, 2@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. s(tf.7' cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; uO-da> bills, $4.85; demand, $4.872 . Bar silver, per oz., 95% MONEY...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 7, 1890: me. ; Bar. I a. m. 30,10 p. m. 30.10; Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 7.—New York, 54; New ' Orleans, 04: St. Louis, 04; Cincinnati, 02; Chi- i cago, 30: Winnipeg, 34. PERSONAL. T. S. Parker was up from San Diego yesterday. Rev. J. S. Kennard has gone out of town for a few days. William G. Cogswell was in from Sierra Madre yesterday. J. P>. Winston was a passenger on the north-bound train yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott were in from Santa Monica yesterday. W. S. Bartlett left for the north yes terday on the afternoon overland. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bates, of San Francisco, are down for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dreyer of St. liOuis, are in the city for a few weeks. W. M. Newhall and W. S. Newhall of San Francisco, came down yesterday. Judge and Mrs. W. H. Levy, of San Francisco, visited Los Angeles yester day. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dunham and daugh ter, of La Canada, we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 9 April 1890

[ THE HERALD j ™ Stands for the Interests of l i Southern California. A k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. ,J Wi i» i» rta- '.. ,o a .oS VOL. XXXIII.—NO. 178. FURIES OF THE AIR. Thunder, Lightning, Hail find Rain. Ohio Is Swept by a Terrific Cyclone. Much Property Destroyed and Several Lives Lost. Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Colorado Also Visited by Destructive Storms. Associated Press Dispatches. I Cleveland, ().. .April B.—A cyclone struck Norwalk, Ohio, about 5 o'clock this afternoon. The storm came from the northwest and swept a track about a mile wide from the eastern limits of the city, quite a long distance in the country. The umbrella factory of Bprague & French, in which about thirty young women were employed, was practically demolished. Many of the girls escaped, but others were caught. Dora Palmer, aged 1!', re ceived fatal injuries. Nellie Harding, Miss Brush and several others whose names are not given, received severe in juries. A number of barns and other small buildings wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 9 April 1890

2 THE PRESBYTERY. The Opening Session of the Organization. Sermon Delivered by Rev. E. EL Mills, of Redlands. The Discussion of the Confession Set for Today. A Session of Unusual Interest—Election ol Permanent Officers—The Order of Proceedings for Today. The opening session of the spring meeting of the Los Angeles Presbytery was held last evening at the First Pres byterian church. This organization in cludes seventy-three churches in tbe six southern counties of California. Each church is entitled to two representa tives—the pastor and one elder. The convention will last three days, today being devoted to a discussion of the re vision of the Confession of Faitli —a matter which is at present agitating the Presbyterian churches of America and Europe. The auditorium of the church was well filled last evening, about seventy live members of the organization being present, many of them accompanied by their wives. A little before 8 o'clock the ceremonies opened with a short prayer by the ...

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