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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

OPENING BROADWAY. Major Bonsall Declares in Favor of the Ordinance. The City Attorney Reports on Various Matters. The Contract for Electric Lighting is Approved. The Klectrio Company's Franchise Carried Over for a Week—Commissioner Col lins Wants Salaries Reduced. r The city council met in regular session yesterday morning, President Franken field and all the members present with the exception of Mr. Wersching. After the usual preliminaries had been disposed of, the mayor's message with reference to the proposed regrading of First street, was taken up, and on mo tionof Mr. Brown,the vote by which the ordinance had been adopted was recon sidered, and the matter was referred back to the board of public works. The report of the city auditor showing the condition of his books for the month ending September 30th last, was refer red to the finance committee, as were also several other minor reports from the same officer. The report of the city tax and license collector was referred" to th...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED 1 SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. Jambs J. Ayers. : AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. {Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter, j DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 90e Per Week, or 80c Per Month- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, sis months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.2* Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months GO Jjacstrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second street Telephone 156. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, ■DWABD B. POND, San Francisco. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, B. F. DEL VALLE Los Angeles. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, W,C. HENDRICKS Incumbent FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, WALKER C. GRAVES San Francisco. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, STANLEY C. BOOM Humboldt. FOR STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P. DUNN Incumbent. FOR TREASURER, ADAM HEROLD Incumbent, FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, JOHN A STANLEY Alameda. FOR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

ELECTION Clerks—G. A. Winer, A. G. Croncr. Lamanda Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander lip's office. Inspectors—J. W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson. Judges—E. H. Royce.C. D.Curtis. Clerks—G. W. Vosberg. A. Heslope. Sierra Madre Voting Precinct—At school house. Inspectors—W. W. Copps, W. B. Crisp. Judges—A. D. Hawks, C. N. Miner. Clerks—W. F. Miller, L. E. Stelnberger. CITY OF PASADENA. First Voting Precinct—At office northeast cor ner of East Colorado street and Little avenue. Inspectors—Ernest Canfleld, Carl A. Johnsen. Judges—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. Clerkp—Henry Newby.H. E - P ratt - Second Voting Precinct—At Store, No. 7 Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building. Inspectors—Calvin Hartwell, C. W. llines. Judges—T. H. Allin, W. A. Feazol. Clerks—S. H. Doollttle, L. C. Winston. Third voting precinct—At Knight, McLean A Co.'s office, North Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors—John S. Cox, A. O. Bristol. Judges—W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes. Clerks—J. T. Buchannan, J. R. Reynolds. Fourth voting precinct-At...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

Cocoa and cocaine THEY ARE MADE FROM ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT SHRUBS. Om to a Delightful Food, the Other Ia a Powerful Nerve Stimulant —Chocolate and Cocoa Are Identical —How the Former Grow* —How It Is Obtained. The introduction and the common use of the terms "coca" and "cocoa," appli oable to medicinal substances, have had the effect of confusing people's minds with regard to the source and prepara tion, and, in some cases, creating a prej udice against the use of wholly different substances—ohocolate and cocoa. The medicinal wines of cocoa and the pow erful alkaloids and nerve stimulants, co caine and hygrine, are prepared from the leaves of erythroxylon coca, a shrub indigenous to Peru and Bolivia, wholly different to theobroma cacao, a small but beautiful tree, which grows luxuri antly both wild and cultivated in the northern parts of South America, Cen tral America, Mexico and the West In dies, from the seeds of which chocolate sad cocoa, and (from the oil) cocoa oint ment or "bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

THE BROTHERHOOD. The Railroad Trainmen's An nual Convention. The Origin and History of the Organization. What It Has Accomplished for Train men Generally. The Parade Yesterday Afternoon—Who the Delegates Are—The Opening of the Convention at the Pavilion. Fine looking, stalwart, intelligent, representative American workers and American men; such was the verdict passed by the Los Angeles public on the members of the Brotherhood of Rail way Trainmen, who paraded yesterday afternoon and whose annual convention was opened last evening. The city was crowded with people yesterday auxious to do honor to those brave and able men. Many oi the delegates are accom panied by their families and the ladies, of course, are loud in their praises of the city and Southern California gener erally. The local lodge, Paradise by name.and 84 in number, has made all possible preparations for caring for the visitors, owing to the earnest efforts of the committee on entertain ment, composed of C. B. Patterson...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

8 THE CLAIMANTS WIN. Judge Ross Decides the Fruit vale Winery Seizure Case. The Purchasers of the Property Win the Suit. Some Law Points of Interest to Wine Men and Distillers. A Celebrated Case at Last Ended—Messrs. Brousseau tc Hatch and McPike •Win an Important Suit. A case of unusual importance to vine yardists and distillers was decided by United States District Judge Ross, yes terday morning, and some new points in the revenue laws were handled in a way mtrhieh, from their importance, ought to be brought to the attention of all read ers, but lack of space forbids a presenta tion of more than a synopsis of the opin ion. it may be remembered that on the second day of November, 1888, the Fruitvale Winery and Distillery, at ■Fresno, was seized by the collector of internal revenue, for an alleged infraction of "the revenue laws. That subsequently the United States Attoi ney, Mr. Denis, filed a libel against the property seized, and that the act on his part was followed by the indic...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 20.—Figuring out the surplus of the bank reserves again, as shown by the statement Saturday, once more brings the monetary question before Wall street and creates uneasiness, and the calculations of tho habitues of the street are again hinged upon the probabilities of easy money or reserve. The bears worked hard today, and the temper of the market was weak and declining throughout. The final changes in most of the list, while almost invariably in the direction of lower figures, are for small fractions, and the only important losses were St. Louis and Nashville, \4i Union Pacific, 1%; Sugar, 1%; Burlington andQuincy, \%, and Rock Island, 1%. Governments— Dull, but firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 20.—Money on call 3 ®5. Prime mercantile paper, per cent Sterling Exchange—Active, weak; 60-day bills, demand H.SO. London, Oct. 20, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, money, 94 1-16: do account, 94 % ; U. 8.45, $1.26; do 11.06. >...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. kepott of observations taken at Los Angeles October 20. 1890: a. m.j p. m. 52 37 0 4 "l'less Cl'less ■Tax. tern., 01; mm. tern.. 52. NEWS NOTES. The registration books were closed at midnight in the county clerk's office. The steamer Eureka left Redondo Beach for the north, last night, with sixty-five tons of merchandise. The law students will meet tonight to listen to a lecture by Judges VV. A. Cheney, C. K. Fox and D. P. Hatch. Wm. J. Walshe, the steward of the Nadeau hotel, was on Sunday night pre sented by his wife with a bouncing boy baby. The much talked of oratorical contest, open to contestants from all parts of the county, will take place on Tuesday evening, October 28th, in Illinois hall. A gold medal and several other prizes will be contended for. Tammany will meet tonight and en dorse the county ticket. Hon. W. C. Hendricks and J. D. Spencer will be present—and the entire number of can didates on the county ticket have been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 8. CAMPAIGN ISSUES. Governor Hill Speaks in the Buckeye State. The Issues of the Campaign Clearly Outlined. The Record of the Republican Party Laid 1 are. If Logic Cuts a Figure in Ohio Politics Major McKlnley's Defeat Is Assured. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Canton, Ohio, Oct. 21—Governor Hill was greeted on hie arrival here to day by a large throng. Tonight, after a large torchlight procession of Demo cratic clubs, bespoke to a crowd of three thousand people at the rink. Many were unable to obtain admission. Governor Hill said in part: An im portant political campaign is that upon which the country has entered. The question presented to our voters is not whether the next house of representa tives shall be Republican or Democratic, but whether the nature of our govern ment is to be radically modified, and the integrity of our institutions successfully threatened. The g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

2 FIELD AND TURF. A Pacific ("oast Baseball League Forming. The Organization to Consist of Twelve Clubs. Eastern Leagues Trying to Pool Their Interests. Th* Pacific Coast Trotting Association in Danger of Dissolution—Nelson Trots in 2:10%. Associated Press Dispatches. San Francisco, Oct. 21.—Negotiations looking toward the consolidation of the California Baseball league and the Northwestern league are said to be Bearing completion. It is stated that the only question and difference of opinion between the magnates of the leagues has been the entrance fee. The managers of the Northwestern league insist upon an admission tariff of 50 cents, and claim that a lower tariff would not justify them in forming an alliance. If completed it will include San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, Stock ton, San Jose, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Diego, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Spokane Falls, making a league of twelve clubs. It is believed that the profits in this city, Oakland and Los Angeles, would m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

POLITICAL POINTS. The Great Register Will Con tain About 22,000 Names. The Voters Distributed Equally Between City and Country. Points on Registration From Some of the Other Southern Counties. rno-w the O. O. P. Fellows Always Tell You're a Liar Like Elegant Gentle men When They Oet Caught. Registration is closed for good and all, •as far as the next election goes. There was a big rush made during all of last week, the climax being reached Mon day with the registration of fully 1100 names, many of these coming from the -country, but a large number of city vot ers getting enrolled too. The register, as usual, will be in two parts, city voters coming first and coun try voters following. There will be an appendix to each department, and these will be in the above order, but at the back of the book. In the main city list are nearly 9000 names, and the main country list will probably contain about the same number. The supple ments, or appendices, will contain some 2000 names each. Thus t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

4 BAILY HERALD. ' ——rnuinß- — SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. \ Jo—rnTT Tirrrn James J. Ayers. AVERS A LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS, Itatered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter, j DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Ma Per W«efc, or SOe Fer Month- TERMS BY MAIL. INCLUDING POST ACS'. Dally Hbbald, one year 18.00 Daily Hbbald, six months 4.25 Daily Hbrald, three months . 2.2"> WbbblY Hbbald, one year 2.00 Wbbkly Hbbald, six months 1.00 Wbbxly Hbbald, three months... 60 luvbtbatbd Hbbald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second ■tnat. Telephone 156. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, ■DWARD B. POND, San Francisco. FOB LIEUTENANT SOVERMOR, M. V. DSL VALLE Los Angeles. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, W.C. HENDRICKS Incumbent FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL, WALKER C. GRAVES Ban Francisco. FOB SURVEYOR GENERAL, •TANLEY C. BOOM Humboldt. ■FOR STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P.WNN Incumbent. FOR TREASURER, ADAH 'HEROLD Incumbent. MEN A. STANLEY Alameda. - FOB ASSOCIATE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

COMING ACROSS. Every s#U Is full set, and tho sky And the sea blaze with light. And the moon mid her virgins glides on As St Ursula might; And the throb of the pulse never stops In the heart of the ship, % As her measures of water and fire She drinks down at a sip. Yet I never can think, as I lie. And so wearily toss. That by saint, or by star, or by ship, I am coming across. But by light that I know in dear eyes That are bent on the sea; And the touch I remember of bands That are waiting for me; > By the light of the eyes I could come. If the stars should all fail; And I think if the ship should go down That the hands would prevail. Ahl my darlings, you never will know How I pined in the loss Of you all, and how breathless and glad I am coming across.. —Helen Hunt. Man's Perversity. The perversity of man ia amusingly Illustrated by an anecdote told by Max Muller in the course of a recent lecture at Oxford: • I was lecturing at the Royal insti tute in London. The audience there i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

SUCTION PROCV. Clerk*—o- A. Winer, A. C. Croner. Lamanda Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander lip'a office. > la»p*ctors-J. W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson. Judges—E. H Royoe.C. D. Curtis. Clerks—O W Vosberg. A. Heßlope. Blerra Madre Voting Precinct-At school nunse Inspectors-W. W. Copps, W. B. Crisp. Judges—A. D. Hawks, C. N. Miner. Clerks—W. F. Miller, L. E. Steinberger. CITY OF PASADENA. First Voting Precinct—At office northeast cor ner of East Colorado street and Little avenue. Inspectors-Ernest Canfleld. Carl A. Johnsen. Judges-Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. Clerks—Henry Newby, H. E. Pratt. Second Voting Precinct-At Store, No. , Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building. Inspectors-Calvin Hartwell.C. W. Hines. Jndges-T. H. Allin, W. A. Feazel. Clerks—S H Doolittle, L. C. Winston. Third voting precinct-At Knight, McLean & Co '» office, North Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors-John S. Cox, A. 0. Bristol. Judges-W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes. Clerks—J T. Buchannan, J. R. Reynolds. Fourth voting precin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

WILL SEAMAN ANSWER? SOME MORE QUESTIONS PRO FOUNDED TO HIM. One Who Knows Proposes Some Ticklish Conundrums—The County Superintend ent of Schools Should Answer. In the Herald of October 14th there waa a long article, consisting principally of questions relating to Superintendent Seaman's relations with the "Teachers' Employment Agency." A week has elapsed and not one of these questions has been answered. The Times had just struck a mine of sensations in the Boynton alfair, but it fled wildly from the scene when it found that the next charge was sure to blow up the county superintendent ol schools. If Seaman were innocent he would re fute such serious charges; but he knows that he can not, and he dare not attempt it for fear that the same charges may reappear, backed by an affidavit. He knows that the charges are true, and he knows, moreover, that nearly every teacher in the county can testify to the truth thereof. I promised to ask some more ques tions, and in fulfillment of that pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

8 REPUBLICAN PROGRAMME. A Reformed Legislature with a Ven geance. I Proa Hon B. M. White's Beview in the Wave. | The Republican press, as a rule, ar gues against Democratic success because the last Legislature was, it is claimed, extravagant. This argument, if it can be called such, will not bear close exami nation. The last State administration was Republican, and a Republican gov ernor recommended nearly all, and ap proved all of the appropriations. Our opponents seem to consider this fact un worthy of notice. It is located on the blind side of the opposition. An inspection of the journals discloses that there were thirty-seven Republi cans and forty-three Democrats in the last assembly, and eighteen Republi cans and twenty-two Democrats in the aenate.and that the fifty-five Republicans and sixty-five Democrats practically concurred as to the important financial measures. The Tax Levy Act, which was approved by a Republican Gover nor, and directed the Board of Equaliza tion to fix...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 21—The stock marker today was dull, with the usual active spots and irregular movements, but ending with a strong tone and generally with fractional gains over last night's prices. The bears continue to feel the market at every opportunity, and the dull ness this morning was taken advantage of to raid Lackawanna and grangers, with an occa sional whack at sugar refineries. Good buying in the afternoon advanced prices slowly but steadily throughout the remainder of the day. Governments—Dull, but firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 21.—Money on call 4 @6. Prime mercantile paper, 5%@S per cent Sterling Exchange—Active, weak; 60-day bills, *4.80%; demand f1.85%. London. Oct. 21, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, money, 94 11-1H: do account, 94 13-16; U. 8. 4s 11.28; do 4%5, $1.06. Money, bank rate, 3 per cent. BAR SILVER. New York, October 21.—Bar silver, per oz., "san^ 4 Francisco, October 21—Bar sliver. *1.09C<410 per ounce. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report nf observations taken at Los Angeles October 20. IS»0: 5:©? p. a Mas. tern., 99; mm. tern.. 60. NEWS NOTES. There are telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for Captain Philip Block, Gerlack (cable), Mrs. Fiddle, C. O. Brouning, Charles Mavin (or Mar vin). Hon. James M. Damron yesterday telegraphed to the sheriff's office from Santa Monica that he was at Santa Monica, and would be back on the next train. Three new American citizens made their appearance in Los Angeles yester day. They are Albert Rafferty of Ire land, John Anderson and O. £. Mason, both of Sweden. The law students assembled last night to listen to a most instructive address on Be Yon Always Ready, by Judge Charles N. Fox, which was continued by Judge W. A. Cheney on Collateral Reading. There will be a meeting of the Fourth Ward Democratic club, at its rooms on tbe corner of Twelfth and Olive streets, at 7:30 o'clock this evening, at which every member is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXV — NO. 9. BEYOND THE ROCKIES Evidence Against the New Orleans Conspirators. A Negro Boy Gives Important Information. Troops Called for to Quell a Georgia Race Riot. A Storm Center Brewing in the Lake Region—A Series of Murders and Bobberies. Associated Press Dispatches. New Orleans, Oct. 22.—A colored boy furnished today an important link in evidence in the Hennessey case. Casparo Marchesi, an Italian boy, arrested to gether with his father and later released, told a colored boy today that he was let go because he turned state's evidence on his father. The boy asserts that he was instructed by his father to watch for Hennessey's appearance in Girod street, and whistle, then run to Poidras market. This he did and was soon joined by his father and another Italian at the market. THEIR FURLOUGH ENDED. San Quentin Escapes on Their Way Back to Prison. Chicago, Oct. 22.—Charles H. Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

2 RAILROAD HORRORS. Three Great Disasters in One Day. Two Trains Come Together in a Tunnel. The Wreck Takes Fire and the Cars Are Consumed. Six Lives Lost in This Disaster-Two in Another and Many Persons Severely Injured. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Cincinnati, Oct. 22.—A disastrous col lision occurred at 4:40 o'clock this morn ing on the Cincinnati Southern railway, in a tunnel a quarter of a mile north of Sloan's Valley station, between a freight and a passenger train. The latter left Cincinnati at Bp. m. Another passen ger train left Cincinnati an hour earlier. Both these were held at Somerset, Ky., two hours or more on account of a freight wreck south of that place, last night. When the track was clear the foremost Cincinnati train started out from Somerset first. It met and passed safely a north-bound freight. Then the other passenger started out. When the first Cincinnati train passed out, the crew of the freight ap peared to overlook the fact that another was to follow, an...

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