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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, April 10.—The stock market was dull today, and while it preserved a firm front up to the last hour, a bear raid then completely changed the complexion of the dealings, and all the fractional gains were wiped out. Union Pacific was the great feature of the day, and its marked activity was in strong contrast to the dullness and apathy which existed in other stock. The movements of the stock, in com parison with the anaount of busfness done, were extremely narrow, and its full range for the day was only % per c«nt. A drive at Missouri Pa cific in the last hour affected the whole market, and the dose was dull and heavy, generally at insignificant change* for tbe day. Governments steady. retroleum opened irregular. Spot steady at 10%; May strong at spot closed firm at 80%; May closed steady at 804. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Xew York, April 10,—Mouey, on call, easy, 4@7 per cent. paper, WWgtf • Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; 60-day bil...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 11 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations takeu at Los Angeles, April 10, 1890: a, m. 29.98 5ti p. m. 29,86| 74 | Bar. K H'm 5«; 3t> N W tem,, 8U; min. tem., 54. Eastern Temperature. " Chicago, April 10.—New York, 46; New Orleans. 60; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 38; Chi cago, 32: Winnipeg, 32. PERSONAL. R. J. Montgomery is up from Tia Juana. W. D. T. Richards was in from Saticoy yesterday. Nestor A. Young was up fron San Diego yesterday. Thomas James, of Riverside, visited the city yesterday. W. D. Turner, of Cucamonga, was in the city yesterday. John McKelvy, of Clearwater, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Elliott went nprth yesterday on the afternoon train. G. C. Powell started for San Francisco yesterday on a visit. J. M. Huston, of Terre Haute, Ind., is visiting Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Thurmond were in from Carpinteria yesterday. A. P. Possell was down from Santa Barbara for a few hours yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Baylis, of San Ber nardino, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

[ THE HERALD j V Stands for the Interests of % j. Southern California. A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 182. RANDALL DYING. The End Thought to Be V cry Near. He Rallies a Little at Last Accounts. No Hopes That the Improvement Will Be Permanent. Two Sing Sing Convicts Make a Clever Attempt to Escape—A Youthful Fratricide. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 11. —Representative Randall is sinking rapidly tonight, and his death is momentarily expected. Washington. April V 2 a.m. — Randall has become worse. He has awakened, and is in • considerable pain. It is not expected he can live until day light. 5:15 a. M. —Randall is resting easy, and bin immediate death is not an ticipated. [Samuel J. Ran.bill was born inPhila delphia October 10, 1828, and lias been a member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania since sixty-three, of which he was Speaker from seventy-six to eighty-one. He has long been re garded the leader of the protec tionist wing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

2 INVESTIGATED. The Charges Against Police Officer Craig. A Case Where Drinks Were Said to Be Free. ' ! t The Testimony Offered on Both Sides ] of the Case. The Officer Denies the Story of His Ac cusers, and Says the Saloon Was Very Disorderly. Yesterday afternoon the special com- 1 niittee of the Board of Police Commis- . sioners, consisting of Messrs. Knox, Lewis and Dexter, held an investigation into the charges preferred by F. Paglinstri and Frank Smith, proprietors ' of the saloon on the corner of Upper Main street and Bellevne avenue, against Officer Craig, and also into the cross complaint preferred by the officer against the saloon. Captain Knox pre- { sided over the investigation, which was held in the Chief's private office, and there were present, in addition to the commissioners, Paglinstri, his attorney and three of his witnesses, Officers Craig, Stewart, Fay, Baker, Bowler and two other witnesses for the defense. The proceedings commenced with the examination of F. Pag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. Evarts Speaks on the Mon- j tana Contest. Arguments in the Case Worn Threadbare. The Question to be Voted on About Next Monday. The Quadro-Centennial to be Ushered in by an International Naval Review. Capital Cullings. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April Ll.—ln the Senate today among the bills reported from committee and placed on calendar, were the following: A bill to provide for an American register for a steamer to be named Australia, owned in Cali fornia; Senate bill to provide and equip two steam launches to be used in collec tion in the district of Paget sound. Consideration of the Montana election case was resumed. As no Senator sought the floor, the yeas and nays were ordered on the first resolution. The vote was about being taken when Evarts suggested that if no Senator on the other side desired to speak he would make the closing argument in support of the committee's report. Morgan said that after hearing the Senator from New York he might fee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year *S.OO Daily Herald, six mouths 4.39 Daily Herald, three months 2.29 Weekly Herald, one year 2,00 Weekly Herald, six months 100 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 19 Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 156. SATURDAY, APRIL; 1». 1890. HAIL TO REFORM. Tbe somewhat lengthy discussion of President Huntington's address on suc ceeding Stanford as the official head of the Southern Pacific Railway forms in teresting reading. Tbe public had not been advised of the gravity of the es trangement between these old friends and associates. There can be no ques tion, however, that if the new President is sincere the whole people of the Coast will welcome the cha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

HUNTINGTON IN. Stanford Resigns the Presi dency of the Road. Collis P. Huntington the New Head of the Combination. All Not Serene as Might Be Between the Millionaire Magnates. The Speech of Mr. Huntington the Seven Days' Wonder of the State California. The speech of Mr. C. P. Huntington on assuming control of the Southern Pacific Company, which was telegraphed over the Coast three days ago, became at once the seven days' wonder of the country. That it was aimed at Senator Stanford was too evident, and there was where it was so difficult of comprehen sion. The San Francisco papers that arrived here yesterday contain many de tails not sent over the wires. The Chronicle says: A pretty little story in explanation of the change in the presidency comes quietly stealing from the inner labyrinths of railroad circles. It is an amplification of the generally known story that differences have existed be tween Messrs. Huntington and Stanford for years, and the story seems a rational deduction f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

6 CITY MATTERS. The Board of Public Works' Recommendations. Several Street Matters At tended to. Wrong: Center Stones in Temple Street Intersections. The Forged Demand Made the Subject of a Petition—Sidewalks that Need Repairing. . The Board of Public Works met yes terday and decided to make the follow - ing recommendations to the Council on Monday: That thirty days' extension of time be allowed to Frank Chinoworth in which to complete the grading of San Pedro street. That the protests against the proposed change in the grade of the intersection of First and Pearl streets be referred to the City Clerk for notice under the law, and the same recommendation is made in relation to the protests of B. E. Ward, of O. O. Trantum, of J. Keifer, of E. T. Wright, of R. Elliott and of Mrs. 8. E. Biles against the proposed grade of First street, between Broadway and Canal street. That the City Engineer be instructed to present an ordinance changing the grade of Centennial avenue, making a straig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE review. New York, April 11.— Stockß developed con siderable animation today, but it was done at the expense of values, and the bears, aided by a Chicago party and traders, succeeded in mak ng material declines in a few stocks which they attacked with sufficient vigor. Short sell ing, which for the past two days had been in Missouri Pacific, was transferred to Rock Island today, and that stock sprang into activity at the opening and led the list during the entire day, though closely pushed by Missouri Pacific. In the last hour, when the bidding up of money was done, there was extra pressure brought upon grangers, and Burlington and Quiney was marked off rapidly. Union Pacific suffered somewhat from the denial of the story that the Vanderbilts would go into the directory, but selling was not important, and in the afternoon it rallied to the best prices of the day. The market closed quiet but weak, with all the act ive stocks at the lowest prices....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 11, 1890: a. m. ! 50 i 62 71 Max. tern., 6i>; mm. tern., 54. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 11.—New York. 38; New Orleans, tiO; St. Louis, 50; Cincinnati, 3t>; Chi cago, 42: Winnipeg, 22. PERSONAL. C. R. Sumner was in from Pomona yesterday. J. P. Davis and J. F. Stewart were in. from Monrovia yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Philbin were in from Clearwater yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bunnaker, of lowa City, are visiting Los Angeles. Wm. M. Garland, of Chicago, is vis iting Los Angeles and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. T. Johnson were in from Santa Paula yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. <ieo. J. Ainsworth, of Redondo, were in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. St. Clair, of San Diego, are in tbe city visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Patterson, of South Carolina, are in Los Angeles on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tbeo Rhoades, of Col umbus, Ohio, are visitors to Los An geles. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

v THE HERALD j ™ Stands for the Interests of % n Southern California. A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIIL—NO. 183. RANDALL DEAD. The Great Statesman Sleeps Well Today. He Sank Quietly to Rest This Sabbath Morning. The History of the Last Day of His Illness. His Tenacity of Life Astonished the Physicians — Other Interesting Dispatches. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 13. —Hon. Samuel J. Randall died at 5 o'clock this morn "g- Washington, April 12. — Randall's •condition this morning was pretty much the same as yesterday. He had a very bad night. His physician was with him all the time, and his condition be came so desperate between 2 and 3 a. m. that his death wae expected at any moment. As daylight approached be rallied a trifle, very much to bis phy sician's surprise, and he rested during the morning just a little easier. At 2 o'clock tbe only change in Ran dall's condition was that his breath was weaker than in the morning. His tena cious hold upon life is so great th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

2 CONSTABLE CRAIN Examined on a Charge of False Imprisonment. Two Mexicans Accuse Him of the Crime. The Profit Derived from the Arrest of a Vagrant. Jnstice Savage Holds the Defendant, to Answer in Five Hundred Dol lars Bonds. Justice Savage was occupied nearly tbe whole of yesterday in the preliminary examination into the charge of false im prisonment preferred against Constable M. H. Cram, of Lancaster, in having ar rested two Mexican sheep-shearers named Marques and Arevo on the 17th ult. without proper authority. From the testimony adduced it was shown that Cram, while driving along the road some distance from Lancaster on March 16th, overtook the Mexicans, and after questioning them as to their destination and business, put them under arrest. R. H. Carlton, who was with the con stable, remonstrated with him, and after a while Cram released them and drove home. On reaching his house that night it was stated that Cram took a piece of paper and a pencil to reckon the amount of mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

IT PERPLEXES THEM. Republicans Sweating Over the Silver Problem. A Compromise Measure Hard to Hit Upon. The Silver Men Insist Upon Free Coinage. The Gold Bugs Loth to Give In—Windom Called Into the Councils of the Congressmen. Associated Press Dispntehes. I Washington, April 12.—The Repub lican caucus committee having under consideration tbe question of legislation On the silver question bad another meet ing today, the whole subject being thor oughly discussed with the view of arriv ing at some common ground upon which all can stand. Secretary Windom was before the committee by invitation and remained with the committee about two hours engaged in discussion. He was not disposed to intrude upon the original bill, but expressed himself willing to accept the terms of the meas ure reported by tbe House committee. The session of the committee lasted until 2 o'clock; then an adjournment was taken until Monday morning. No vote was taken on any proposition, and no conclusion was reached. Tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED BCV E N DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. A.vers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. fEntered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 80c. 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 Office of Publication, 123 125 West Second street. Telephone 156. SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1890. SILVER PROBLEMS. Volumes may be written upon the manner by which silver shall be brought to par. That is, so that 15}$ parts of silver by weight shall equal one part by weight of gold. But what do they avail ? The moneyed interests of these United States are opposed to bringing any such thing about, and naturally so, for were it done tbe National banks would be in jured in the circulation of their notes; part of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

AROUND TOWN. Preparations for Receiving the Forty-Niners. A Meeting at the Chamber of Commerce. The Closing Scenes at the German Catholic Church Fail". Turn Verein Hall Crowded With TJiose Interested in the Success of the Event—Other Items. A meeting of tbe pioneers of this city with committees appointed by the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West was held last evening at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, to perfect arrangements for the enter tainment of the excursion of forty niners which will arrive here on the 20th. A number of prominent old set tlers were present. Judge-B. S. Eaton occupied the chair, and Major Horace Bell served as secretary. Judge Eaton said, according to the programme laid out, the visitors would spend only two days, Saturday and Sun day, the 19th and 20th, in this vicinity, and all entertainment would have to be crowded in that compass of time. The committee had been. somewhat hamp ered, in its efforts to get up suitable entertainment by the know...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

6 NATIONAL BANKS. The Four in Los Angeles! Are Solid. Deposits of Very Nearly Four Million Dollars. These Institutions Manifest a Very Encouraging State of Business. The First National.'Los Angeles National, | Southern California National and Cali fornia National Bank at Los Angeles. Los Angeles has four national banks. In their order of founding they are: The First National, the Los Angeles National, the Southern California National and the California National at Los Angeles. In the order above given they are located as follows The First National on North Main street, near the junction of Spring; the Los Angeles ■National, northeast corner of Spring and First: Southern California National, southwest corner of the same streets, and the California National on the north east corner of Spring and Second. These four financial institutions have a combined capital of nearly a million and a half dollars ; their deposits amount to nearly four million dollars and their cash to nearly three-q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. j EXCHANGE review. New York, April 12.—stocks were a little ! more active today. Grangers were still the principal point of attack. Rock Island, Bur lington and St. Paul were the lenders, both in : point of activity and weakness. Could stocks, on the contrary, were quite firm. The market rallied in the last half hour, and finally closed quiet but firm, generally at insignificant changes from last evening's figures. Governments steady. Petroleum opened irregular; spot at 90%; ataj firm at HO-; H . Both closed firm; spot at Sl',, May at 8B«. WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT. New YORK, April 12.—Reserve decrease, $990,075; cash on hand in excess of 25 percent., $452,400. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New Youk, April 12.—Money, on call, easy, with no loans. Prime mercantile paper, 5(8.7' „ per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; o'o-day bills, $4.55' i. demand, $4.87. Bar silver, per oz., 9ti%. San Francisco, April 12.—Bar silver, per oz., 95@95Ji. STOCKB AND BONDS. New Yor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report oi observations taken at Los Angeles, April 12, 1890: a. in. 30.04 54 p. m. :)0,04j 59 1 Max. torn., 64; mm. tern., 54: rain mil past 34 hours. .01. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 12.—New York. 52; Now Orleans. 64; St. Louis. 64; Cincinnati, 58; Chi cago, 58: Winnipeg, 18. < ieorge Stockton was up from Coronado yesterday. C. A. Storke.of Santa Barbara, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Lovett and family left Wednesday last for their old home in Maine. William Piutti, of Ontario, came down on his regular weekly trip yesterday. George Cope and H. Chase, of Penis, came to the city yesterday for a brief visit. G. W. Balsley and family left Thurs day morning for Illinois, where they will locate. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wadsworth and sun, of San Francisco, were in the city yes terday. Miss Mary Kifl'ell, of this city, tea guest of Mrs. Fred Eaton, of Santa Monica. George Tilden, representing the lireat Metropolis Company, is stopping at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 April 1890

. THE HERALD J P Stands for the Interests of ''| „ Southern California. A E SUBSCRIBE FOB IT. VOL. XXXIV.--NO. 1. RANDALL'S DEMISE. The Circumstances of the Statesman's Death. His End was Peaceful in the Extreme. His Last Word, "Mother," Spoken to His Faithful Wife. History of His Eminent Public Services- Funeral Arrangements—Tributes to His Worth. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 13. —It was a sad and touching scene at the Randall resi dence on Capitol hill when Congressman Samuel J.Randall expired at 5 o'clock this morning. Around the bedside were gathered the family, physicians, Robert S. Randall, bis brother, and Postmaster- General Wanamaker, who had all kept constant watch during the night. A few minutes before bis death he opened his eyes, and, looking tenderly at his wife said in a low voice, "Mother," a word filled with all the fondest recollections of their loving and happy married life, and by which he always called his wife when none but the family were n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 April 1890

2 THE MISSING FOUND. Ernest H. Grimm Killed While Out Hunting. He Was Missing for More Than a Week. A Searching: Party Found His Body Yesterday Morning. He Had Attempted to Draw a Rabbit From the Bushes With His Rifle. Testimony at the Inquest. At seven o'clock on the morning of Friday, April 4th, Ernst H. Grimm, a German carpenter and builder, left bis home, a pretty cottage on Eucalyptus Grove, near Olivewood, a suburb of Pas adena, for a few hours hunting. Before starting for the foothills, he suggested that his little son should accompany him, but, acting upon the advice of ins wife,' who feared that the little fellow's strength was insufficient for so long a tramp, '• he abandoned the project anil went alone. While on his way to the I mountains Grimm was met by an ac quaintance named Joseph Chedley, on Lake avenue, near the residence of J. I. Case. The men exchanged compliments and Grimm explained the object of his trip and his reason for carrying his rifle. Later on in the mor...

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