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

THE JO-JOS. Continued From Third Page, Evening; Session/ At 7:50 o'clock the convention was again called to order, at which time the body ol the hall and the galleries were crowded to an uncomfortable degree. The chairman announced that the first order of business would be the nom ination of four superior judges. Judge Maeee, of Pasadena, then mounted the platform, and in a lengthy speech rela tive to law and other matters relating to the duties of the judiciary, during which he was frequently interrupted by cries of "Time," placed in nomination George M. Holton. He was followed by Mr. Simpson, also of Pasadena, who eulogized and placed in nomination W. S. Wright. R. H. F. Variel, of the Ninth ward, then nominated W. A. Cheney. J. H. Murphy, of the Sixth ward, nominated B. N. Smith. D. P. Hatch, of Garvanza, nominated in a humorous and happy speech, re versing the usual eulogistic order of things, W. H. Clark, whose name evoked the first burst of genuine en thusiasm. T. J. Carran, o...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 October 1890

6 WOMAN'S WORLD. WORDS OF ADVICE TO YOUNG WOM EN WHO WOULD BE DOCTORS. Meille Bly'a Financial Success—The Pel erine Has Come Again—A Delightful Surprise—Small Wages of Women—She Belongs in America. A wonderful change in respect to fe male labor has rapidly developed within tiie last half century. A vast number of the common schools have passed into the hands of women, with a manifest gain to the cause of education, as well as to that of the sex. Women fill clerkships in almost every department of industry. At least as many women as men stand behind counters. They have largely taken possession of the lighter forms of labor introduced by the utilizing of electricity. The foundation of colleges for women and the opening to them of some of the older colleges have prepared the way for their introduction into the various pro fessions. We already have successful female lawyers, ministers, artists and -especially doctors. Some of our female doctors stand on an equality with their medical br...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. | Financial. KXCHANGE REVIEW 1 Yew York, October 1 —In the stock market to strength in silver certificates was the r imin-ent feature in early trading, and helped long materially improved feeling in stocks, le. vy pressure by bears, however, caused a i»-<?rlal decline this afternoon, but this was becked in tn J last hour and closes were fairly teady, iiea-' all ttyl final changes being frac iocal advances, j Petroleum opene/fl strong on the clearest kind f manipulation, and then declined two cents n :he next sale.) Aftwr a rally the market losed steady. 1 Governments— Steady MONET QUOTATIONS. New York. Oct. I.—Money on call easy; \(a 4' closed at 2. Prime mercantile paper, 5%@7 per cent Sterling Exchange—Strong, Finn; 60-day ills, $4-»l%; demand, $4.8b. London, Oct. 1, 4. p.m.—Closing consols, •4 5-16: do account, 94 13-16; U. S.4b, $1.25%, ,o 4%5, $1.05%; Money, bank rate, 5® 5% per cent. His ouiil, 4. BAR SILVER. New York, October I.—Bar silver, per oz., 1.12...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 October 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 1. 1890: Time. | Bar. I Ther. ttB'a! Wd VellW'ther 5:07 a. m. 29.961 57 88 N E "lKl'dl'si 5:07 p. rn.129.91j 67 74 W 8 \Cl"lvT S Mm. tern., 77; mln. tern., 55 Rainfall for the past 34 hours, — BRIEFS. The Fourth ward Democrats will cau cus this evening at the corner of Olive .md Twelfth streets, at 8:30. "Ten Nights in the Bar Room" will be presented two or three weeks hence in Niles hall, Vernon, for the ben efit of the Vernon Band of Hope. Mrs. James Alexander Watson, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, will learn important family news by applying to or sending in her address to the chief of police. There are telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for Mrs. M. Knight, James Green, John Wilson, Mrs. L. C. Stanley, and Mrs. E.M. Sni der. The Emerson club of East Los Ange les will have a social dance at banquet hall on Thursday evening, the 9th in stant. The grand march will take place at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 October 1890

THE H CRALD tends for the Interests of ' Southern California. , SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J |P> .rib- <Oi jCj_i&_J?i_ia3 LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. XXXIV. —NO. 171. THE CIVIL SERVICE. former Curtis and His Lit- tie Baud. ey Do Not Want to Gather Figs of Thistles. ther Do They Want the Victors to Monopolize the Spoils. Spirit and Letter of the Law Grossly Violated by the Present Admiu- elated Press Dispatches. I oston, Mass., Oct. 2. —At the meet of the general committee of the Na al Civil Service league to-day, it was ?d to increase the executive coniinit by iour, and Edward Carey, Charles 'ins and William D. Foulke, of In ia, and Eichard H. Dana, of Cam ge, were the new members elected, he business meeting there was afair ndance of members and< a few spec rs. Hon. George William Curtis was nimously chosen president for the ling year. harles L. Bonaparte, of Baltimore, 1 a paper on the "Relation of Civil i dee Reforms to Other Reforms," in eh he said it is the function of civil '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 October 1890

2 GENERAL TOPICS. A Bold Express Robbery On an Ohio Road. Perverse Maids Want To Be Mormon Wives. The New York Cental Taboos the Knights of Labor. New Mexico Garrisons Unable to Catch the Renegade Reds—A Golden- Rod Wedding. Associated Press Dispatches.! Tiffin, Ohio, Oct. 2.—A bold express robbery was committed on a Cincinnati, Sandusky & Cleveland train, south of here,this morning. The Adams express messenger was held up by masked men, armed with revolvers. The safe was ransacked. The loss is supposed to be several thousand dollars. The robbers escaped. Immediately after the train left Ur - bans, two masked men with revolvers entered the express car and compelled the Adams express messenger, A. L. Scudder, to throw up his bauds. They tied him securely and robbed the safe of packages containing several thousand dollars and other valuables. While at work a brakeman attempted to enter the car, and was shot at by one of the robbers. He gave the alarm and the train [slowed up .to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 October 1890

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Donations to the Exhibit Received Yes terday. Donations to the chamber of com merce exhibit were received yesterday as follows: Shoemaker ranch, Big Rock creek, Kalwav peaches. C. 11. Hicks, Los Angeles, corn in ear. J. C. Smith, olives and limes. L. T. Graves, Steel's ranch, peanuts. Mrs. R. E. Allen, Downey, hops. M. Brimble, Covina, Kelsey Japan plums and peaches. '. N. Hayden, Vernon, quinces, grapeß and flowers. J. JarcHoV, San Gabriel, peaches, oranges and English walnuts. E. M. Silver, pomegranite. J. R. Giddings, Pasadena, dried fruits. Flowers were received from Mrs. George Mosher, Mrs. Quackenbush. Mrs. Greebe, Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson, Mrs. Holden. There were four hundred visitors to the chamber yesterday morning, and a large crowd in the afternoon. Six pack ages, consisting of fruit, nuts, corn and olive wood, were sent to the state board of trade. The chamber will want cypress for decorating the rooms about the 10th instant. GOOD WORDS FOR SHORB. The C...

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

2 GENERAL TOPICS. A Bold Express Robbery On an Ohio Road. Perverse Maids Want To Be Mormon Wives. The New York Cental Taboos the Kniirhts of Labor. New Mexico Garrisons Unable to Catch the Renegade Reds—A Golden- Rod Wedding. Associated Press Dispatches. | Tiffin, Ohio, Get. 2.—A bold express robbery was committed on a Cincinnati, Sandusky & Cleveland train, south of here.this morning. The Adams express messenger was held up by masked men, armed with revolvers. The safe was ransacked. The loss is supposed to be several thousand dollars. The robbers escaped. Immediately after the train left TJr * bana, two masked men with revolvers entered the express car and compelled the Adams express messenger, A. L. Scudder, to throw up hie hands. They tied him securely and robbed the safe of packages containing several thousand dollars and other valuables. While at work a brakeman attempted to enter the car, and was shot at by one of the robbers. He gave the alarm and the train [slowed up to...

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

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Donations to the Exhibit Received Yes terday. Donations to the chamber of com merce exhibit were received yesterday as follows: *, ■ Shoemaker ranch, Big Rock creek, Salway peaches. al Hicks, Los Angeles, com in ear. J. C. Smith, olives and limes. L. T. Graves, Steel's ranch, peanuts. Mrs. li. E. Allen, Downey, hops. M. Brimble, Covina, Kelsey Japan plums and peaches. N. Hayden, Vernon, quinces, grapes and flowers. J. JarchoV, San Gabriel, peaches, oranges and English walnuts. E. M. Stiver, pomegranite. J. R. Giddings, Pasadena, dried fruits. Flowers were received from Mrs. George Mosher, Mrs. Quackenbush. Mrs. Greebe, Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson, Mrs. Holden. There were four hundred visitors to the chamber yesterday morning, and a large crowd in the afternoon. Six pack ages, consisting of fruit, nuts, corn and olive wood, were sent to the state board of trade. The chamber will want cypress for decorating the rooms about the 10th instant. GOOD WORDS FOR SHORB. The Cre...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. ! PU BLIBHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. I Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS 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 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 10 Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers wul be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid lor 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 news-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & ; Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth aud Lawrence streets. O...

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

MORE VICTIMS NAMED Broken Slates and Busted Rings. The Pumpkin Kollers Have Things Their Own Way. An Adjournment Taken Until This Morning. 0 B. N. Smith Nominated for Superior Judge, Martin Aguirre for Sheriff, T. H. Ward for County Clerk and Capt. F. E. Gray for Assessor. The Republican county convention, up till 10 o'clock yesterday, was mostly held on the street, in front of the Hollenbeck and the Turnverein. There is a chasm between the country delegates and the city ring. A prominent officer in the sheriff's office was around, damning the engineer of the motion which called for secret balloting, and he also "cussed" the "punkin' rollers" who had stood by Mr. Murphey of the Sixth ward, in most un complimentary terms. It is said that Judge Cheney has to thank the same official for having been so unmercifully knifed on Wednesday. At ten o'clock Chairman Henry T. Gage called the convention to order, and his|first|inquiry was for the delegate from Artesia, the ever popular and talka...

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

6 UNDERNEATH FLORIDA, THE EXPERIENCE OF A NEW ENG LANDER UNDERGROUND. Two College Buy* in Search of Flnmea and Skins—lnto the Mysterious Abyss by Moonlight—Wonders Galore Below Florida's Surface. The train from South Florida brought to Jacksonville two young men en route from the Kissimmee river to Portland, Me. Their names are James Dickinson and Roland Brown. They affably explained their mis sion and unfolded the narrative of their Florida experience. Mr. Brown said: "Well, to start at the beginning, we are from a little Maine village on the coast, not far from Portland. Dickinson and I were both preparing for college in the same Portland academy, bat we saw that our funds were at a low ebb, and that although we had worked our way through up to that time, we would have to stop awhile and pitch into something to be able to get back next year and finish up. We had read a great deal of Florida, and Florida hunting Lv particular, as gunning was our common hobby, and an article on gath...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE RKVIKW New Yoßk,October2. —The stock market today was very dull. The dealings on the whole were withouf special ieature, and close was heavy at about the lowest prices of the day. The final changes are mostly losses, but they are forthe most part small fractions. Governments—Steady MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 2.-Money on call easy; 3 f rime mercantile paper, 5%@7 per cent Sterling active firm; 60-day bills, $4.81%: demand, $4.86%. London, Oct. 2, 4 um.-Closlng consols, 9413-16: do account, 95%; U. 8.45, $1.25%, rate, 5® 5% per cent. Dis count, 4. BAR SILVER. New Yobk, October 2—Bar silver, per oz.. / Francisco, October 2.—Bar silver, fl 12®il 12% per ounce. «. London, Oct 1.-Bar silver, 51% d. per ounce. STOCKS AND BONDS. v NEW York.Oct. 2.—Closing quotations: XT. S. 4s. Reg 22% Northwestern.... .107% U. 8. 4s. coup... 22 N. W. Preferred..l 42 U. 8. 4%5. Reg .. 4 N. Y. Central... .104% U. 8. 4%5. coup. 4 Navigation. 90 Psciflc Os 14 Oregon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 October 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 2,1800: \ o, m. 4 6 Max. tera., 72: mm. tern., 60. Rainfall for the past 24 hours, — BRIEFS. The Southern Pacific sent 125 car i *ads of local freight to the east yester day. John Hall, a native of Canada, and Joseph K. Hughes, a native of England, were naturalized yesterday. Los Angeles Stamm, No. 252 U. O. R. M., will give a grand reception on the evening of the seventh inßt. There are telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph company's office for E. C. Brenmore, Dr. Kimball. B. Cross and Mrs. Thos. Mitchell. The Southern California road is short 'of freight cars. The barley men in the San Jacinto valley are much embarrassed • by want of transportation facilities. W. H. Davis, that indefatigable Repub lican worker of the Second ward, is prominently mentioned as the next sec retary of the county central committee. The board of supervisors yesterday ordered the abandonment of "the old sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 October 1890

l THE HERALD * Stands for the Interests of n Southern California. I SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. i fjfri rOa—xgi rgl_ e>i fO, rO\ rC$ LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 172. AFFAIRS OF STATE. •■ I White House and Other Wash ington Notes. The President's Proposed Trip to the West. Promotions and Reforms in the Post-' office Department. The Barrundia Affair Cau-es a Naval Of ficer To Be Recalled—Clarkson to Go to China. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, Oct. 3. —The preliminary details of the president's western trip are arranged, subject to slight changes. The president will leave Washington Monday morning for Cincinnati, whore a short stop will be made Tuesday morn ing. Then he will proceed to Vincennes, Terre Haute and Danville. Thence to Galesburg, Illinois, reaching there Wed nesday morning to attend a reunion of his brigade, and will leave the same evening for Ottumwa, lowa, where he will spend Thursday at the expo sition. That night the president will be taken to Topeka, arrivi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 October 1890

2 SHOT OVER CARDS. A Sensational Tragedy at Fresno. A Game of Seven-Up Results in Murder. Percy Williams, of Stockton, Killed by Jack Smith. The Murderer Has an Arm Broken by a Shot from His Victim's Pistol- Cards and Whisky. Associated Press Dispatches. I Fresno, Cal., Oct. 3.—Percy Williams, of Stockton, was shot and instantly killed in the bar room of Hughes' hotel at 4:30 this morning, by Jack Smith, a hackman. Smith and Williams had been gambling and got into an alterca tion. Blows were exchanged, and it is said Williams drew a revolver, shooting Smith in the elbow. Smith almost sim ultaneously drew a pistol and shot Williams through the heart, and he fell near the bar dead. Smith was placed nnder arrest and Williams' body was taken in charge by the coroner. Wil liams was a brother of Tom Williams, a well known horse man of San Joaquin county. Four shots in all were fired. Williams was here attending the fair, and is said to have lost heavily in the pools and gaming. Last night...

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

THE CONSUL SHOT AT A SUPPOSED TRIO OF MURDER OUS CRIMINALS. How a Waiter, a Policeman and a Night Patrol Fell Down a Stairway While Dodging Bullets. A laughable incident -occurred on First street yesterday morning before •the sun had made his appearance. It turned out a farce, although it might •easily have resulted into a tragedy. Two tough looking tramps entered Feld schan and Hagar's restaurant at 2:30 and bought a loaf of bread. When they left, the steward, who considers him self something of an Old Sleuth, con cluded that the men intended to roost upstairs, and as the upper part of the house is occupied for office rooms solely, he expected that the globe-trotters would find a soft resting place, provided they had keys to open some of the doors. This steward is imbued with the idea that it is not only his duty to dis pense pie to the hungry and milk to the thirsty, but that he has a supervisorial lookout to keep on the block in the lower part of which he reigns supreme from dark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. ru BUSHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avers. IYERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. IBntered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOc Per Week, or SOc 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 Hebald, per copy 15 Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers ol all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers wiU be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule is Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The •'Daily Herald" Maybe found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice news-stand. Met East Adams street; in Denver at' Smith _• Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of P...

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

HEARING THE END. The Pumpkin Rollers Still Winning. The Work Yesterday of the Re publican Convention. It Will Continue Its Session This Morning. Nominations Made Yesterday for District Attorney, Auditor, Publio Adminis *"* trator. Recorder, Surveyor and Coroner. The great Republican circus resumed operations yesterday morning at 0:50 with Henry T. Gage, ringmaster, hold ing the loaded cane to call time. The morning had been consumed by the wire pullers on the sidewalk in attempting to make trades and offering reasonable in ducements to delegates for their votes in favor of candidates. The rule against smoking was ordered strictly enforced by Mr. Gage. His popularity was dem onstrated when, soon afterward, the ladies present at the convention sent him a beautiful bouquet, amid the ap plause of the whole convention. Mr. Gage was so moved by this mark of ap preciation that he said he intended to resign the chair for a few minutes. He reconsidered his decision, however, and stayed white...

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

6 ANOTHER POCAHONTAS. AN ALASKAN VERSION OF THE JOHN SMITH ROMANCE. , i Ah Will*, a Chinese Cook, Is Cast Away, Besoued by Indians, aud Is Being Fat tened for the Pot, When an Indian , Maiden Saves His Lire. Pocahontas hap been outdone by an Alaskan maiden. John Smith was only - in danger of having his brains spattered over the surrounding real estate when Pocahontas rescued him with her love. The John Smith of Alaska was not only in danger of being killed, but of being —ton, when the woman in whose eyes he found favor saved him. The Alaskan John Smith was not a titled explorer when he fell into the Aands of the savages, nor was his name John Smith. He was only a common, yellow skinned sea cook. His name is Ah Wing, and there is nothing attract ive about him. He is about as homely -A mixture of Chinaman and Malay pi rate as could be found in a day's walk. His Pocahontas answers to the name of Julie just now, but nobody knows what tier Indian name was. She is a long w«y of being Poca...

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