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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW New York, October 3—The stock market was dull in the general list, but active in spots which were special objects of bear attacks. The forces of depression were turned upon coal stocks, and St. Paul and Union Pacific, also suf fered. A Btory on the board which received most most attention, was that the pool in Read ing had been unloading. The wbolelist is low tonight and Reading is off 2%; Union Pacific Vfr; St. Paul and Bigfour, each 1%; Missouri Pacific and Burlington, Northern Pacific preferred and Atchison, 1 percent. Governments— Steady MONET QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 3.—Money on call easy; 2 pmne mercantile paper, b%®7 per cent Sterling Exchange—Quiet firm; 60-day bills, $4.82; demand, $4 87. London. Oct. 3, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, 94 9-16: do account, 951 16; U. S.4s, $1.25J4 do I1.06K; Money, bank rate, 5 @ per cent.' Dis count, 4. BAR SILVER. New York, October 3.—Bar silver, per oz., $1.13. San Francisco, October 3.—Bar silver....

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 October 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 3, 1890: a. m. p. m.| M t>'2 1 0 Max. tern., 75; mlv. tern.. 57. Rainfall for tbe past 24 hours, — San Francisco, Oct. 3.—Forecast until 8 p. m. Saturday for southern California: Local rains; cooler. BRIEFS. G. J.Griffith was fined $oyesterday by Justice Savage for having beaten a man by the name of Battels at the Los Feliz ranch. There will be a meeting of all the teachers of the city public schools today at the state Normal school building, corner of Fifth street and Grand avenue, at 2 p. m. Morton Obear of Pasadena avenue was driving with his mother on Spring street yesterday noon, w r hen in trying to cross the car trucks too sharply a wheel of the carriage was knocked off. Fortunately no one was hurt. By order of the board of directors, the tima for closing entries for the races of the Twenty-Eighth District Agricultural association is extended until Tuesday, October, 7, 1890, a...

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

LOS ANGELES HERALD. sr-ijp ics- w <3> ~w tgi cgr-v&i ' THE H ERALD 1 ' Stands for the Interests of % Southern California. A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV. —NO. 173. THE SANTA FE PLANS. ?he Meaning of the Colo rado Midland Deal. ■ t Was Not to Crowd the Rock Island Out. he Object Was to Form a Gigantic Railway Trust. . Sharp Move to Spoil the Game of the Union Pacific -Vanderbilt Al liance. \ ssociated Press Dispatches. | Chicago, Oct. 4.—The Tribune says: The purchase of the Colorado Midland . oad by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa > c, appears to have a greater significance : lan has been the general impression. ; becomes more evident every day that was not the object of the Santa Fe, r rather the bankers who control that oad, to crowd out the Rock Island or ly other road which now terminates t the eastern slope of the Rocky H>untains. The impression is gaining strength that the deal was consummated \ ith the view of bringing about the .filiation of a gigantic railw...

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

2 NATIONAL AFFAIRS. The Cruiser San Francisco Ordered Accepted. Contracts for New Battle Ships Awarded. The Investigation of General Du mont's Office Falls Through. Great Excitement Over the New Tariff Law's Going Into Effect—Wash ington Notes. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, Oct. 4. —Orders were issued from the navy department today to the commandant of the navy yard at Mare Island, California, to accept cruiser No. 5, known as the San Francisco. The report of the trial board, of which Commodore John Irwin was president, gave the ship on her trial trip an aver age speed of 19.663 knots per hour. This speed was based on a run of four hours, an allowance of one minute and forty two seconds being made on account of the necessity for stopping the draught of the lower furnace air ducts to the boiler in the second fire room from the for ward, during the latter part of the run, and to all of the furnaces in the forward fire room for fifteen minutes. This was necessary, for water ...

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

IT IS FINISHED. The Republican Convention at Last Adjourns. A Number of Disgruntled Can didates the Result. The Pumpkin Rollers Continue To Be Victorious. Nominations Made for the Assembly, Sen ate, Township and City Justice Courts Officials—The Ticket Completed. The Republican convention com menced its session very tamely yester day morning at 9:30. A large number of delegates were absent, and there was no lobby to speak of. The gallery was graced by about five ladies, and nearly sixty men up there also took in the pro ceedings. The nominations for senator ial and assembly candidates was the first matter submitted to the delibera tion of the convention. Judge Variel '"'nominated, for the Thirty-eighth sena torial district, James R. Finlayson, and Chairman Gage nominated R. B. Car penter. This last nomination was re ceived with applause. The cry of "five dollars" immediately arose, and the candidates pungled up. Chairman Cage introduced Mr. Finlayson to the convention in the followi...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. TV BLIBH ID SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. avkhs AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. {Entered at the postoffice at I.os Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c Per Week, or 80e Per Month- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one year 18.00 Daily Hebald, 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 Mail Subscribers. The papers ol 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 name have been paid for in advance. This rule is Inflexible. AVERS A 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 and Lawrence streets. Office...

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

THE DELEGATES CHOSEN. RESULTS OF THE DEMOCRATIC PRI MARIES HELD YESTERDAY. The Election Characterized by Good Feel ing and Fair Play-Very Few Opposi tion Tickets in the Field Against the Caucus Selections. The Democratic primaries were con ducted yesterday without any disagree able incidents, or hard feelings. In but a few precincts was there more than one ticket in the field, and were the©c was any rivalry it was characterized by good nature and fair play. The result is as given herewith: First Ward. In the First ward there were two tick ets in the field, but the regular ticket was elected by a two to one vote. It is made up as follows: Richard Dunnigan, T. S. Meredith, C. H. Langbein, A. Gundlack, W. C. Hughes, J. E. Yoakum, F. P. Quigley, Jos. Mesmer. Jeremiah Baldwin, Henry Creciat, S. White and C. I. Mclntyre. Second Ward. The regular caucus ticket was elected without opposition in Precinct A of the Second ward as follows: M. C. Marsh, M. P. Snyder, John Clark, F. B. Culver, Ro...

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

6 COURT NOTES. Notes of General Interest Picked Up in Legal Circles. The October trial calendar will be called tomorrow at 10 o'clock in depart ment five, Judge Shaw presiding. George Greenwood, who was found guilty before Judge Van Dyke, presid ing in department one, on the first of October, of the crime of burglary in the first degree, was yesterday sentenced to two years imprisonment at San Quen tin. The court stated that he made the sentence light, owing to the recommen dation of mercy by the jury. Green wood burglarized a saloon on San Pedro street and stole a few dollars on the 26th of September, while intoxicated. George Chiarodit, a native of France, and Charles Raskin, a native of Bel fium, were admitted to citizenship by udge Van Dyke yesterday. Judge Cheney naturalized Fred K. iteelow, a native of Prussia. In the case of Claudins vs. Aguirre, judgment was yesterday given by Judge Wade to plaintiff, damages being as sessed at $3.40. The suit of L. M. Bigelow against B. Bal...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. ■XCHANOK RKVIKW New York, October 4—The stock market today was comparatively active, but the activity • was of the unusual sort, made entirely by oper ations for decline, and weakness was most pro nounced, approaching nearly to complete de moralization, and the losses incurred nurln K the short session compare favorably with those of any full day of recent date. The cry was: "Bad bank statement," and after the issue of the statement the most determined drive of the day was made. The bears crowded the market with an avalanche of short stocks which broke the market badly, especially in grangers, south westerns and the stocks of the Pacific roads. The market closed at the lowest figures of the day. Governments— Steady MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 4—Money ;on call 3c. Prime mercantile paper, 5%@7 per cent Sterling Exchange—Quiet firm; bO-day bills, $4.82; demand fair, $4-87%. London, Oct. 4, 4 p.m.-Closing consols, 94 9-16: do account, 95; U. 8. 4s, do ...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 4, 1890: « a. m.l p. m.i I w v 10 "l'less Cl'less Max. tern., 80; mm. tern., 54. Rainfall for the past 24 hours, — BRIEFS. The seventh annual convention of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will be held at Hazard's Pavilion on the 20th instant. The first annual fair of the Orange County Fair Association will be held at Santa Ana on the Bth, 9th and 10th of this month. General Horace B. Sargent of c anta Monica will deliver an address on "Greenbackiam" in Temperance Tem ple today at 2:30 p. m. Rev R. S. Cantine occupies the pulpit of First M. E. church, Broadway, be tween Third and Fourth, at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. ni. seats free. There are undelivered telegrams at j the Western Union telegraph office for Rev. Geo. W. Gray, Mrs. I). McCord, Asa C. Francis and Miss Lena Dexter. Annie Woods was arrested by Officer Collins last night on Alameda street for stealing $5 from the person of Ch...

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

gC" - -* V V «tP "W *5> «3»~VK v THE HERALD " Stands for the Interests of * g, Southern California. [ subscribFfor IT. . Wti riti nh o7i rts ro. a. a x>B LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. 174. EMBRACED IN DEATH A Family Group Suffocated by Flames. Two More Brutal Prize Fights Recorded. A Young Spendthrift's Unpleasant Mode of Suicide. German Day Celebrated in Eastern Cities. A Prolonged Strike Declared Off. Eastern Echoes. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Dubuque, lowa, Oct. 5. —The house of John Mcßee was discovered to be on fire early this morning. When the firemen arrived Mcßee jumped from a window in the upper story to the ground and was seriously injured. The flames were quickly extinguished and the remainder of the unfortunate family removed. Mrs. Mcßee and daughter Rose, aged 18, were dead. The younger daughter, Ber tha, aged 16, and son Charley, aged 5, were unconscious. The boy died this afternoon and the girl cannot live. Mcßee says he was awakened by a sense of suffocation and...

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

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. EVERYTHING READY FOR THEIR OPENING TODAY. A Complete List of the City School Dis tricts, Their Boundaries and the School Principals. The public schools open today and everything has been made ready by the officials. The following is a list of the school districts and their boundaries : District No. 1. School house at cor ner Arroyo and Cypress streets. Dis trict bounded by north city line, Cali fornia Central railway tracks and Los Angeles riyer. Accommodates first and second grades. Third and fourth grades go to Chestnut street school, and higher grades to Hellman street school. Miss Mary Deacon, principal. No. 2. School house at corner Swain street and North Griffin avenue. Dis trict bounded by north city line, Alta, Thomas, Summit, Sichel, Koeter, Bar ranca and Well streets and California Central railway tracks. Accommodates first and second grades. Higher grades I go to Hellman street school. Miss Mary E. McGraw, principal. No. 3. School house on Chestnut str...

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

A WEARY TRAVELER Who Does Not Like the Inter- state Commerce Law. But He Gets There Just the He Revenges Himself on a Brutal Brakeman And is now Beady to Encounter Other Perils on the Rail While Bound for Seattle. "When the Republican convention concluded its labors the reporters were very tired, but they met as usual on Saturday night to exchange reminis cences at their favorite place. There was a cow-boy like gentleman present who said that he had just arrived from Arizona and was on his way to Seattle. He was very mucb discouraged at the working of the interstate commerce bill which had prevented him from getting passes to travel first class, as in the days of yore, on the strength ot having held ■down a job as reporter on one of Ari zona's cosmopolitan journals. He said he had no talent for riding on brake beams, and walking on the track he con sidered very tiresome, although he had such long legs. Hi a trip to Los Angeles he believed to have been one of the most wearisome effor...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. -PU BUSHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. Jambs J. Avers. AVERS * LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS. | Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class natter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS JLt SiOc Per Week, or 800 Per Month- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE! Daily Herald, one year 18.00 Daily Mkrai.d, 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 Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily' Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. Mo papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same 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 news-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith A Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Oflice of...

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

THE BUSKINED STAGE The Past Week in the An- gelic City. Three Shows Bag About $25,- 000 Gross Receipts. Points on Plays and Players From Near and Far. Clara Morris and the Crystal Slipper to Come Here at a Near Day, With Other Interesting; Notes. Robert Planquette's The Privateer, now being performed at the Tivoli opera house, has about it a spice both of John Paul Jones and Clara Melnotte. Francis Gaillard, the Paul Morand of the cast, combines the interest of the Scotchman who was the first naval officer of the United States and also of Bulwer's gar dener's son. Both went to the wars to win money enough to outbid "a sordid huckster" who sought by reason of wealth and station to deprive the poor lover of his lady-love. Paul went pri vateering and Claude followed the cam paigns of the first Napoleon. The scenes of Planquette's work are laid in Nassau, New Providence and Salem. Mass., dur ing the struggle for American independ ence, and at its close. The action is lively and interest...

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

6 SEVERAL PAKISTAN DENS RARE COMBINATIONS OF LUXURY, COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE. The Sanctums of Scientists, Critics and Literary Geniuses of World Wide Rep utations —Where the Uright Lights Re tire to Do Their Chosen Work. The sanctum of M. Louis Pasteur, for example, is one of the most simple in the high order of truly physical comfort. It is not encumbered with the scientific paraphernalia often met with in the nouses of medical men. A large carved oak table stands by the side of the arm chair in which the great scientist often aits in quiet contemplation of his past experience and future hopes. In that high stack of green cases at which he casts un occasional glance stores of vain able notes are classed in perfect order. They are ready for reference should a fresh problem arise in the course of his labors in bringing about the prevention or cure of that terrible affliction to the study of which he has devoted so many years of his valuable and successful life. M. Pasteur usually wea...

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

STRANGED. Twas yeaterday—on meeting We passed a word or two. And parted In a moment With but a light adieu. Why was it, going homeward. My heart beat to a tune We heard one night together Beneath the summer moonf A. rhyme It was of Goethe's, With mellow music blent— "Tell me how love cometh f We smiled in love's content "And tell me how love goethT" Life's vision o'er us rose. We breathed the words together On to the tender close. Ah I why should I remember. Now that the years are spent, How, hand In hand, we echoed: "It was not love that went?" Like a warm zephyr straying From out some fairer clime Floats down the chilly distance Tbe music and the rhyme. "And tell me how love goeth I" BtiU, sometimes, unrepressed. My heart calls through .the silence, When hours are loneliest Away the thought—whatever Has life's estranging meant Too.sadly I remember "It was not love that went." —Mary Espy Thomson in New York Herald. Superstitious Jews. The most of the Jerusalem Jews are poor, and ni...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 5, 1890: 6:07 a. m. 6:07 p. ra. IV 4 3 "1'lesB (Jl'lcas Max. tern., 86: mtn. tern., 56. Rainfall for the post 24 hours, — PERSONAL. Hon. J. V. Coleman is at the Nadeau. Thomas Addison of New York is at the Hollenbeck. Joseph Goldthorp, of San Diego, is at the Hollenbeck. D. Posner, an able commercial tourist of New York, is at the Nadeau. Mr. Alfred C. Speere, the sutler at Fort Grant, A. T., is at the Nadeau. J. Barrere and Thomas McGlenn, of San Francisco, are at the Hollenbeck. Mr. E. St. John of the Rock Island railroad, is in the city on an official trip. _ \V. B. Chouteau has returned from a visit to Sacramento, and is again at the Hollenbeck. The next attorney general of the state, W. E. Graves of San Francisco, is at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kilbride~of Lawrence, Mass., are in the city for the winter, and may decide to make their home here. Hon. J. De Bsrfcli shorb 'chai...

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

k THE HERALD 1 r Stands for the Interests of a Sou them California. A k SU BSCRIBE FOR IT. J Hfc ifli ifli ißs iDi <a_rfh-rfa-^M LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. XXXIV. —NO. 175. HUNTINGTON'S HAND. It Will Be Felt in California Affairs Soon. The Magnate Getting; Ready to Come to the Coast. Sundry Events and Happenings East of the Mountains. A Costly Blaze in Chicago and a Fire Attended by Disaster in St. Louis. Shooting Affrays. Associated Press Dispatches. | New York, Oct. 6.—C. P. Huntington said yesterday that he expects to start for the Pacific slope just as soon as his business here permits. When asked if there were any foundation for the state ments printed in some San Francisco pa pers that Lis advent there would be followed by an other shake up of the executive forces of the Southern Pacific, Hunting ton said he was not aware that any shake up was necessary. He contem plated no changes. He should not make any unless he found persons drawing money from the road who were return ing...

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

FIELDS OF FLAMES. Destructive Fires in Central California. Many Acres of Ranch Property Desolated. Fences, Pasturage, Timber and Build ings Burned. Heavy Losses Sustained in the Vicinity of Elverans and Sonoma—General News Dispatches. Associated Press Dispatches. I Sonoma, Oct. 6.—The forest fire is now completely under control, and no further danger is apprehended of its spreading. About fifty citizens of Sonoma responded to the cry for assistance from the ranch ers in the path of tlie fire, and bravely fought the flames all day yesterday and ail night. The fire spread over an area of some twelve miles in length and six in breadth. An aged couple living three miles from town, had a narrow escape from being burned to death. They were alone on their ranch Saturday, and completely sur rounded by flames. The fire was burn ing within 100 yards of their house. A deep creek on the north and west of their habitation is all that saved them. Your correspondent rode over the burned district t...

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