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

LOS ANGELES HERALD. k THE HERALD ] "Stands for the Interests ot* L Southern California. . SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. , I* itl itl rtS A A <8 VOL. XXXV.—NO. 3. THE NATION'S DEAD. A Fresh Mound in Arlington Cemetery. Ex-Secretary of War Belknap Laid to Rest. Funeral Services Over the Remains of Justice Miller. Paymaster Deering Found Dead in Bed. t Admiral Porter Lying at the Point of Death. 'Associated Press Dispatches.l Washington, Oct. 16.—The remains of the late ex-Secretary of War, William W. Belknap, were today interred in Arl ington national cemetery, in grounds tendered by the war department. The services were conducted in St. John's Episcopal church. The remains were taken to the church under escort of vet eran military organizations. The hon orary pall-bearers were: Secretary No ble, ex Postmaster General A. J. Cres well, General L. A. Grant, Assistant Secretary of War General Cyrus Bus sey, Assistant Secretary of Interior ex- Representative John A. Kasson, General Batchellor, Gen...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 October 1890

2 SMOLDERING RUINS. Details of the Hotel Fire at Syracuse, N. Y. The Magnificent Leland Com pletely Destroyed. Seven Persons Killed and Thirty- Five Injured. Remarkably Rapid Headway Made by the Fiery Foe—Heartrending Scenes and Inoidents. Associated Press Dispatches. Syracuse, N. V., Oct. 16.—The mag nificent Leland hotel, the most modern and finest appointed hotel in Central Hew York, is today nothing but a mass of smoldering ruins. At 12:45 this morning, when the fire was first discov ered in the region of the kitchen on the second floor, inside of fifteen minutes the building was in flames from end to end, and before thirty minutes elapsed the walls had fallen with an explosion. The northeast corner was a seething farnace. At first it was feared the loss of life was about thirty, but as the night wore along, the number of missing and dead was reduced to seven or eight. When the flames began to sweep through the hotel, Night Clerk Jones eet the automatic fire-alarm bell ringing. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 October 1890

MMHMS MASK. It is Torn Off and He Stands Revealed the Friend of the Chinese. No Irish Need Apply—His Crookedness Towards His Mining Partners—The Fatal Letter. From Wednesday's San Francisco Examiner. The pages of the minutes of the Los Angeles courts throw some light upon the character of Colonel H. H. Markham in some important particulars. In the case of Hallock vs. Markham, appertaining to the Oro Grande Mining and Mill ing company, some evidence was adduced which shows Colonel Markham's position upon the labor question, and his preference for Chinese over white labor. Colonel Markham was charged by his former partners with all manner of crookedness —selling shares in the mine on false specimens and reporting that he had received $31,000, when on the trial it was shown that the amount was $42,000. Among the testimony introduced to show what Markham had done was this letter. That portion that refers to "Colonel" Markham's joy at'having replaced the Irish workmen at the mines with C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. ru BUSHED SEVEN DAYB A WEEK. JoaaPH D. Lynch. Jambs J. Ayebs. AVERS A LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS. |Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 80c Per Week, or 80c Per Mouth- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE". Daily Herald, one year 18.00 Daily Hbrald, 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 Hbrald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second street Telephone 156. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, IDWARD B. POND, San Francisco. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, B. P. DSL VALLE Los Angeles. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, W.C. HENDRICKS Incumbent FOB ATTORNEY GENBBAL, WALKER C. GRAVES San Francisco. FOB SURVEYOR GENERAL, STANLEY C. BOOM Humboldt. FOR STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P. DUNN Incumbent. FOB TREASURER, ADAM HSSOLD Incumbent. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, JOHN A. STANLEY Alameda. FOR ASSO...

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

THE FAIR. A Fine Day of Sport at the Park. Fast Time, Close Finishes and a Large Crowd. Premiums Awarded to a Great Num ber of Exhibitors. A Full List of the Awards Made—Good Racing-A Bad Day for the Favor ites—The Speed Contests. Fast time, close finishes and a large crowd were the order of the day at the Agricultural park yesterday, and when to this is added a parade of live stock such as is seldom seen in this part of the state, it must be conceded that the pro gramme provided for the entertainment of its patrons by the Sixth District Agri cultural association was an unusually good one. At 12 o'clock the live stock was brought out upon the track and paraded before the grand stand. The animals on exhibition made a procession about half a mile in length, and those which were distinguished with the blue ribbon, which marked them as the holders of the first premiums of their class, at tracted special attention. Fully 1500 people visited the park dur ing the afternoon and the sport pr...

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

6 WILL BE DUG UP. THE BODY OF DANIEL J. HARRIS TO BE EXHUMED. A Rich Man Dies—A Frosrjpct of a Lively Tight Over His Fortune—Dr. A. S. Shorb aad His 'Wife Testify in the Case. There are likely to be some very sen sational developments in the settlement of the estate of Daniel J. Harris, a wealthy citizen who died in Los Angeles, in August last, not quite two months ago. He was worth about $150,000, and died intestate, Public Administrator Field securing letters of administration on the estate. It soon developed that Dr. A. S. Shorb and wife had secured quite a good slice of the wealth of the deceased. A cer tificate of deposit for $25,000 in Mrs. Shorb's name had been collected, a check for over $5,000. drawn to Dr. Shorb, was presented at bank about an hour after Mr. Harris died, and they have evidences of indebtedness in their possession for money advanced by Mr. Harris, which they claim he released. The matter was brought to a head by the citation of Dr. Shorb before Judge Clark,...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 16.—Stocks were steady to firm, at about the best figures of the morn ing. Governments—Dull, but firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 16.—Money on call 3® 6. Prime mercantile paper, per cent Sterling Exchange—Active, weak; 60-day blUs, $4.80; 2 : demand $4.85%. . London, Oct. 16, 4 p.m.—Closing consolß, money, 94 7-16: do account, 04%; V. 8.4b, 11.96; do 4Us, $1.06. Money not lendable. BAR SILVER. New York, October 16.—Bar silver, per oz.. Ban Francisco, October 10—Bar silver. $1 09@1.10 per ounce. London, Oct. 16.—Bar silver, 49% d. per ounce. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York.OcL 16.—Closing quotations: D. 8. 4s. res 23 % Northwestern 106^ U. 8. 4s. coup... 23k N. W. Preferred..l3B U. 8. 4Us. Reg- 4% N. Y. Central....lo3 U. 8. 4J£s. coup. 4% Navigation 92 Pacific 6s 13 Oregon Imp't 36 American Ex... 14 N.American 32 Canada Pacific... Oregon Short Line 30 Canada Sou 51% Transcontinental. 40Ji Central Pacific... :to Pacific...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 October 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles October 16.1890: Time. | Bar. Ther. RH'm Wd|Vel W'thet tim a. m. 29.88 56 84 'JW I 1 '*A \ek IStf p. m. [29.87 66 75 W | 8 Cl'lest Max. tern., 78; mln. tern.. 54. NEWS NOTES. The eteamer Los Angeles left Redondo Beach last night with 163 tons of mer chandise for the north. There are telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for Wm. McDer mott and Judge John G. Nickles, care James Noels. The Republicans held a meeting at the pavflion last evening, which was ad dressed by Hon. J. C. Campbell and Hon. H. V. Moorehouae. The attendance was small. The Fifth-street Democratic club held a large meeting last evehing, with Presi dent J. M. Wilson in the chair and W. 8. Strong as secretary. Meetings will be held every Thursday evening. There are only thirty-eight prisoners in the county jail at present and of these fifteen are United States prisoners. This is the smallest number ever in the jail sin...

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

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of I Southern California. ''subscribe" for it. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 4. PANIC IN A CHURCH. A Small Blaze Creates Terri ble Consternation. A Thousand Children Crush and Trample Each Other. ■One Killed and Many Seriously Injured. An Hysterioal Woman the Cause of the Mad Stampede—General East ern News. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Chicago, Oct. 17. —At 8 o'clock this morning over one thousand children were gathered in St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic church, where Father Bar zynski was celebrating a special mass. One of the altar curtains blown toward a candle by the wind, suddenly ignited and in an instant flared up. chil dren rose to their feet in wild alarm, but the priest shouted to them to be seated as there was no danger. He tore down the curtain and trampled on it, and all would have been over in two minutes, had it not been for a woman whose identity is not yet learned. She lost her head and screamed wildly to the children to save...

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

2 EASTERN ECHOES. A Severe Gale Along the Atlantic Coast. New York Harbor the Roughest Ever Known. A Tngr Sunk in Collision—Two Lives Lost. ▲ Negro Preacher's Fatal Test Case—A Murderer Hanged—Kansas Pro hibitionists Stunned. Associated Press Dispatches.; New York, Oct. 17. —Never before in the memory of the oldest mariner along the water-front have the East and North rivers been so dangerous and boisterous. At 9 o'clock this morning, when the tide was about at its height, the river about the battery and bay, as far as the eye could see, was as fierce and choppy aa any stormy sea ever witnessed along the coast. The wind was blowing forty miles an hour from the north-northwest. Only the largest and staunchest ves sels ventured out. Later the wind moderated. At Patterson, Scott Nixon, a brakeman on the Lackawanna railroad, while on the roof of a freight car, pass ing down a spur near Getty avenue, was carried off by the wind and seriously in jured. The "gale in the bay, aided by a str...

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

FOUR THOUSAND. That Number of People At tended Yesterday's Races. The Contests All End in Close Finishes. Naicho B Wins Another Sensational Victory. The "Winners Yesterday—Silkwood Wins the Special Pace—The Speotators Wildly Enthusiastic. The attendance at the Agricultural park yesterday was larger than on any previous day of the fair, and at two o'clock there were fully 4000 people within the inclosure. There was a splendid muster of vehicles, and they were packed so closely together on either side of the judges' stand to the ends of the fence, as to completely shut out the late-comers, who could only see the rac ing over the tops of the other carriages. The programme was bigger than usual, and aroused more than ordinary inter est, as in addition to the regular events, it contained several special features. Another thing which added consider ably to the day's enjoyment was the fact that there were no very tedious waits between the events, and the day's sport was concluded before da...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED • EVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. Jambs j. avers. AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. | Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOo Par 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 mouths 2.2S Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office ol Publication, 223-225 West Becond street. Telephone 156. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, EDWARD B. POND, San Francisco. FOB LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, B. F. DEL VALLE Los Angeles. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W.C. HENDRICKS Incumbent FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, WALKER C. GRAVES San Francisco. FOB SURVEYOR GENEBAL, STANLEY C. BOOM Humboldt. FOB STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P. DUNN Incumbent. FOR TREASURER, ADAM HEROLD Incumbent, FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, JOHN A. STANLEY Alameda. F...

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

BIG ACTORS' ROOMS. SNUGGERIES OF BOOTH AND BAR | RETT AT THE PLAYERS' CLUB. A Bed That Looks Like the Man Who Sleeps In It —A Man's Apartment with a Feminine Spirit Ruling tho I>eo oratlona—The Booth "Slumber Pillow." The suites of Messrs. Booth and Bar rett occupy the third floor of the Players' club at Gramercy park. An unpre tentious canopied bed is in Mr. Barrett's room. It is not large enough for a rest less sleeper to toss about in, but who could imagine the dignified, scholarly, self contained Barrett as a restless sleeper? He would not lose his even poise even in a dream, and the plain, simple bed seems to partake of the in dividuality of the man. On a stand at the head of his bed is a picture of Mr. Booth, and Mr. Booth's prompter's book in "The Pool's Revenge." In this parlor is a bronze bust of the great actor and innumerable pictures of him. Pictures of his daughter and his grandchildren ornament the mantel and shelves. A large bookcase contains his favorite books. Th...

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

6 WOMAN'S WORLD. A CITY BELLE WHO MADE HER HOSTESS LOTS OF TROUBLE. Bribing; Into Sunday Schools — Visiting Manners —A Hovel Aid to Teething—To Prevent Sunburn — A Nervy Boston ' Girl. Recently in an elegant home in an in land village a yonng woman paid a visit. She was handsome,highly educated, wide ly traveled and a charming talker. One would have expected her to be a delight ful guest, but she wasn't She remained four days. She was late to every meal She sat up long after the usual retiring hour of the family, thus compelling some one to sit up with her, and she rose two or three hours after breakfast time. When the carriage was brought around She was writing an important letter or in raiding a glove. When the carriage had been put up she "longed for a drive" or must do some shopping at a dis tant bazar, and the coachman, made cross by these caprices, had to be summoned forth again. ' She had imperative work to do at the hoar selected to call upon friends, and on the day that a d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

POLITICAL POINTS. Street Echoes of the Pend ing State Campaign. Senator Bowers's Way of Blow ing In the Surplus Exposed. How Dr. Weldon Tried to Play It Away Down on a Brother. Is the Los Angeles "Times" Sincere in Its Opposition to the Re-election of Senator Stanford? Hon. W. W. Bowers would be an in valuable man for the Eepublican party in congress, therefore the Republicans of the Sixth congressional district nomi nated him tor congress. If there is any man who could invent methods for disposing of the surplus, that man must be Hon. AY. W. Bowers, state senator from San Diego county. Republican voters ot the Sixth con gressional district will find the journal of the senate of date January 9th, in teresting reading. It will also show how and why th c Republicans need him in congress. In senate, January 9, 1889. Mr. Bowers offered the following reso lution : Resolved, That John Brown be and is hereby appointed as special porter to wind the clock in the senate chamber at a per diem ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

8 ALESSANDRO SALES. The Opening Land Sales of the Coming Productive Boom. Nearly 7000 Acres of Land Sold and Selected. $400,000 Worth of Land Sold to Pur chasers Who Will Improve ▲t Once. San Bernardino Courier, Oct. 17. Last Wednesday was a red-letter day for San Bernardino county in general and Alessandro in particular. The purchasers of nearly 7000 acres of land assembled at the company's office at the east end of th Alessandro tract to make their selections. Over 500 people were present to see the country and select the lands. A free lunch was set for the multi tude, and the Redlands band furnished the music. The pipe line is being laid to the tract , the tuunel through the San Timoteo hills is being run at a rapid rate, the canal with a cepacity to carry 15,000 inches of waiter is being constructed from the tunnel southward<to the tract, and the ditch for the big pipe line through the tract is being dug by a hun dred or more hands, while the Orange Orchard company's tract of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

ELECTION PROCLAMATION^ the following named streets: Bryant to Sixth, Sixth to . Market, Market to Taylor, Taylor to Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Market, Mar ket to Fill h, aud Fifth to the place of beginning, one member. 38. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Com mencing at the intersection of Sixth and Bryant streets, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets; BryanttoSeventh, Seventh to Market, Market to McAllister, Mc- Allister to Leavenworth, Leavenworth to Sutter, Sutter to Tavlor, Tavlor to Market, Market to Sixth, and Sixth to the place of beginning, one member. 39. All that portion of the City and County of San Francisco bounded as follows: Commenc ing at the intersection of Bryant and Seventh streets, continuing thence along the center of the following named streets: Bryant to Eighth, Eighth to Marnet Market to Larkin, Larkin to Sutter, Sutter t.> Leavenworth, Leavenworth to McAllister, McAllister to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 17, 1890: a. P- n Cl'less Max. tern., 76: mln. tern., 51. NEWS NOTES. There are telegrams at the Postal tele graph office for Mr. Ed Younger, John J. Nickels and V. A. F. Lawton. There are telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for R. W. Mc- Donald, G. Kruger, Barney McCone, John Fleming. Tufts-Lyon Arms company's baseball club, of this city, will go to Monrovia today and cross bats with the Cronen wetts, of that place. Judge McGuire of San Francisco, Hon. H. C. Dillon of Cerritos and S. A. Wal dron will address a Democratic mass meeting on Monday evening at Turn verein hall. Articles of incorporation of the North ern Cross Mining company were filed yesterday with the county clerk. Its Surpose is mining in Silver Mountain istrict, in San Bernardino county. The capital stock is $100,000, of which $80, --000 has been subscribed. The Democrats of Monrovia, not to be outdone, have...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD A BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF THE TICKETS. Democratic Republican. GOVERNOR B. B. POXD h. h. in aitk ii ,i in Came to California in 1879. Did not consider i himself sufficiently at home to vote in 1880, nor iin 1882. Began to look about for an ofSce in 1884, i and as a necessary pre liminary, registered on April 7th of that year. Nominated for Congress immediately after, and car ried the Sixth District by 409 majority over B. F. Del Valle, the district giv ing Blame 1,353 majority over Cleveland at the same election. Served two years in Congress, and never made a speech or said a word in a debate. Intro duced a bill giving $75,000 for a publio building at Los Angeles, which Mr. Clunie got increased in the present Congress to *>350,000. Was appointed a member of the Com mittee on Rivers and Har bors, and helped to frame a bill of which the Chronicle said: " The River and Harbor bill is of little value to California." Was the author of three laws, on* a Private Pen sion bil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 18 October 1890

Democratic* Republican. ATTORNEY-GENERAL. WALKER C.GRAVES W. H. H HART A graduate of the Law Department of the Uni versity of Kentucky, and a leader among the younger members of the bar. As Assistant District Attorney of San Francisco he had charge of many important oases, involving jury brib ing, embezzlement of pub lio funds, violation of election laws, etc., and in nearly all of them he secured convictions. In many instances the de fendants in these cases were men of wealth, and of strong social and po litical influence, and they were defended by tho ablest criminal lawyers in the State. These attorneys invariably found the vigor, courage and skill of Mr. Graves a match for all their resources. During his service in the District Attorney's % iffice, Mr. Graves acquired a wide experience in the practice of the criminal law before the Superior Courts, and the Supreme Court as well. Of the numerous appeals tried by him before the latter body, he was suc cessful in all in which the r...

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