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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

POLICE AND FIRE. THE PROCEEDINGS YESTERDAY OF THE TWO COMMISSIONS. Wells, G-uthrie and Lee Think the Polioe Ought to Know Where Gambling is Carried On—Fire Commission Matters. The board of police commissioners met in regular session yesterday after noon in the mayor's office, ex-Mayor Bryson in the chai. The chief having reported favorably on the petition of D. Cronin for a license for a new saloon at 927 East First street, the same was granted. The application of Fred Conrad for a permit to obtain a license for a new saloon at No. 520 N. Alameda street, was, under the rules, referred to the chief for investigation, as were also those of Frank Bevione, No. 601 Upper Main street, and E. Fleur, No. 404 North Los Angeles street. In the matter of the claim of Crasser Bros, against Officer Gilbert, for $34.05, alleged to be due for groceries, the chief reported that the officer had promised to. pay the bill as soon as he received his warrant for the current month, where upon the report w...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JosephD. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. t Entered at the postoffice at Lot Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOe Per Week, or 80c Per Month- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.26 Daily Herald, three mouths 2.2 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly "erald, 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, IDWAKD B. POND, San Francisco. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, B. T. DEL VALLE Los Angeles. FOR SECRETARY OP STATE, W.C. HENDRICKS Incumbent — FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, WALKER C. GRAVES San Francisco. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, BTANLEYC. BOOM Humboldt. FOR STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P. DUNN Incumbent FOR TREASURER, ADAM HEROLD Incumbent FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, JOHN A. STANLEY Alameda. FOR A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

AN IMPRESSION. —■ r A cypress dark against the blue, That deepens up to such a hue As never painter dared and drew; ▲ marble shaft that stands alone Above a wreck of sculptured stone With gray-green aloes overgrown; A hSI side scored with hollow veins Through age long wash of summer rains As purple aa with vintage stains; And rocks that while the hours run Show all the Jewels, one by one, For pastime of the summer sun; A crescent sail upon the sea So calm and fair and ripple free Tou wonder storms can ever be; A shore with deep Indented bays, And o'er the gleaming waterways A glimpse of Islands in the haze; A face bronzed dark to red and gold With mountain eyes that seem to hole 1 The freshness of the world of old; A shepherd's crook, a coat of fleece, A grazing flock—the sense of peace, The long sweet silence—this is Greece! —Rennell Rodd. Indefensible Injustice. About one-fifth of all males in Massa chusetts 'average less than $1 per day. The females working at this low scale of w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

6 M.MCTION PROCLAMATION. Clerks—G. A. Winer, A G. Croner I amend a Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander llp's office. Inspectors—J W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson. Judge*—E. H. Royce.C. D. Curtis. Clerks—O. 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. Clerk*—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. Judge*—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. Clerk*— Henry Newby, 11. E. Pratt. Second Voting Precinct—At Store, No. 7 Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building. Inspectors—Calvin Hartwell, C. W. Hines. Judges—T. H. Allln, W. A. Feazel. Clerk*—B. H. Doolittle, L. C. Winston. Third voting precinct—At Knight, McLean & Co.'s office, North Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors—JohnS. Cox, A. O. Bristol. Judge*—W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes. Clerks—J. T. Buchannan, J. R. Reynolds. Fourth ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

TWO OF A KIND. THE SANTA BARBARA MURDERERS AT THE COUNTY JAIL. Threats of Lynching Made by the Resi dents of Both Santa Barbara and Ven tura—Company D, N. O. C. Supplied With Ball Cartridge-A Riot Imminent. The feeling of the Santa Barbara pub lic against Rarnon Lopez, the Mexican who so foully murdered Mary Dezirelli, a young Italian girl, on Monday morn ing last, waa so strongly in favor of lynch ing as to cause the officers to remove the prisoner, together with Eduardo Espin osa, who murdered William Keys on September 29th, to Ventura for safe keeping. On Tuesday, however, a rumor to the effect that the mother of the murdered girl was dying from the shock she sustained on learning of the murder, roused the slumbering indigna tion of the Santa Barbarians anew, and a crowd left for Ventura on the morn ing train. On learning that there waa a likelihood of hia receiving a visit from an armed delegation from that city, Sheriff Reilly of Ventura, accompanied by Deputy Sheriff B. Wheeli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

8 TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS U What the Colton Motor Road Cleared Last Month. Receiver I. H. Polk, receiver of the Colton motor road, has managed it so well that last month it cleared $2000 above expenses. The San Francisco Newsletter says of it: "Receiver I. H. Polk, of the Col ton-Riverside road, is a live and practical man. Several months ago he was appointed receiver by Judge Ross, of the United States ciicuit court. He found a road swamped with debts and earning little, the traffic being en tirely passenger. He set to work and succeeded in putting it in good shape. He has paid current expenses, has $6000 in the treasury, has procured a franchise which permits him to do a general freight business, has extended his tracks to a connection with those of the South ern Pacific company, and is in a fair way to make the property pay handsomely. So well are the creditors, bondholders and stockholders pleased with Polk's management of the road that they wish him to stay with it after it gets o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 22.—The stock market today was somewhat of a surprise on account of the ease with which prices were lified on light purchases. Great liquidation in Wall street has driven stocks from brokers offices and into the hands of strong parties, making a scarcity of long stocks in street. Sugar refineries were especially weak throughout the day, and the strength in the general list was not sufficient to hold up. In the last h ur a general reaction from the best prices of the day was induced by realizations upon advances. Final changes, however, are almost invariably advances for small fractions, but sugar Is off V.i. Governments—Dull, but firm. MONEY lIUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 22.—Money on call 4J£ »)6. Prune mercantile paper. s?i@S per cent Sterling Exchange—Active, weak; 00-day bills, *4.81' i; demand |4.86. London, Oct. 22, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, money, 94,%: do account, 94J 8 ; U. S. 4s ■1.30; do *1.00. Money, bank rate, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of otwervations taken at Lou Angeles Octoner 22. 1890: a. m.l I 6 Max. tern., 94. mln. tern., 64. NEWS NOTES. The official total of registered voters was announced yesterday. It is 23,365. There is a telegram at the Western Union Telegraph company's office for Liun Ong. The Central W. C. T. U. will meet Friday, 2:30 p. m., at Temperance Tem ple. Reports of committees will be re ceived. A large Democratic meeting will be held at Pico Heights on Friday evening. Judge R. Dunnigau and other able Speakers will be present. Joe Howard says that gentlemen should only uncover in hotel elevat ors. As an elevator, whether in a hotel or in a public building, is practically a room, it is as much de rigueur to doff your sombrero when ladies are present in one as in tbe other. A special meeting of Los Angeles lodge No. 42, F. & A. M., will be held this evening at Masonic hall, South Spring street, for the purpose of confer ring the third de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 10. THE EASTERN SHORE A Terrible Storm on the At lantic Coast. Many Vessels Believed to Be Stranded. Great Damage Done by the Surf at the Seaside Resorts. Dixon, the Colored Bantam, Knocks Out Murrihy of Boston in Thirty nine Bounds. Associated Press Dispatches. Asbury Park, N. J., Oct. 23. —A ter rific storm was raging along the Jersey coast all day, and much damage has been done by the high surf. Vessels are reported ashore at Spring Lake, but as the wires are down, no information is obtainable before morning. Lono Branch, Oct. 23.—-The storm at this point today was terrific, and it is feared several vessels have been lost. The railroad tracks near the beach have been washed out, and along Ocean ave nue great damage has been done. Wilmington, Del., Oct. 23.—The storm tonight throughout the state has not been equalled since 1878. The tides are very high, and many smalljb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

2 AN INVALID ACT. The McKinley Bill Perhaps Not a Law After All. A Serious Omission as to To bacco Drawbacks. Eminent Opinion Declares It Vitiates the Whole Measure. Th* Friends of the Bill Profess Not to Be Alarmed-The Courts Must Decide. Associated Press Dispatches. I New Yobk, Oct. 23. —The Herald prints a passage from a letter by Senator MePherson, which says an omission has been found in the internal revenue sec tion, relating to drawbacks on tobacco, which will vitiate the entire tariff bill. Senator Carlisle says: "If tbe journals of the two houses show that the section in question was part of the conference report as agreed to, my opinion is that the omission to include it in the bill, signed by the president, invalidates the law." Th* Bill's Friends Not Alarmed. Washington, Oct. 23.—N0 alarm what ever is felt here among the friends of the McKinley bill, as to the legality of its enactment. "The precedent of un numbered years," an old and experi enced employee of the bouse s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

MRS. STEWART. A MISGUIDED YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH. Drink, Illicit Love and General "Cussad ness" Cause the Death of a Young ■Woman—She Suffers from an Overdose •of Morphine, Gastritis, Meningitis and Dies of Pneumonia. Two or three years ago there was here in Los Angeles a buxom young woman called Mrs. Stewart. Her supposed husband was, an attorney, and a very smart one. They had so much trouble together that it was a case of fight nearly every night. Whenever the trouble became so offensive that it bothered the neighbors, it was reported to the police, and several times the couple, or one of them, were arrested. Finally Stewart went away. He may have been considered as the man who was the cause of all the trouble, but he was not. He loved the woman who is now dead, as much as a man can love a woman, even if she is unfaithful to him, and he loved her all the more because he was powerless to prevent her from acting wrong. After he went, to seek his fortunes elsewhere, Mrs. Stewart became...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. ! PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS. 1 Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOe Per Week, or 80c Per Month* TKBMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one year 18.00 Daily Hebald, six months 4.25 Daily Hebald, three months 2.2*> Weekly Hbkald, one year 2.00 Weekly hebald, six months 1.00 Weekly Hebald, three months 80 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second street. Telephone 150. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, EDWARD B. POND, Sen Francisco. FOB HEUTENANT-OOVEBNOB, R. F. DEL VALLE Los Angeles. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, W.C. HENDRICKS Incumbent FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, WALKER C. GRAVES San Francisco. FOR SURVEYOR GENEBAL, STANLEY C. BOOM Humboldt. FOB STATE COMPTROLLER, JOHN P. DTJNN Incumbent FOR TREASURER, ADAM HEROLD Incumbent, FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, JOHN A. STANLEY Alameda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

WOMAN'S WORLD. THE IMPORTANT QUESTION OF WO MEN WORKING TO KILL TIME. A Talented Writer—What a Woman Can Do—Oxford Taken by Women —So Soon Forgotten —In the Editor's Chair. Pretty Mrs. Aronson. Recently in Brooklyn a teacher in one of the public schools received a legacy. She immediately announced her resigna tion, saying she felt that the place ought to belong to some one who needed the compensatiou, which she no longer did. This incident brings up anew the some what delicate question of how far ama teur industry ought to go. Quite dif ferent from this woman's evident opin ion in the matter is that held by an other. She is a graduate of Vassar, wad she found on sitting down at home after her college career that time hung heavy upon her hands. Her father, a man of wealth, is also a prominent member of the board of edu cation in the suburban town where they reside. She decided to teach, and it was easy for him to provido a place for her. She lives at home in all luxury. A hand some c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

6 PROCLAMATION. Clerk*—6. A. Winer, A. G. Croner. Tjimand* Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander lip's office. Inspectors—J W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson. Judges—E H. Royce.C. D. Curtis. Clerk*—G. W. Vosberg. A. Heslope. Mam Maura Voting Preciuct—At school house. Inspectors—W. W. Copps, W. 3. Crisp. Judge*—A. D. Hawks, C. N. Miner. Clerks—W. F. Miller, L. E. Steinberger. CITY OP PASADENA. First Voting Precinct—At office northeast cor ner of Bast Colorado street and Little avenue. Inspectors—Ernest Canfield, Carl A. Johnsen. Judge*—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. Clerk*—Henry Newby, H. E. Pratt. Second Voting Precinct—At Store, No. 7 Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building. Inspectors—Calvin Hart well, C. W. Hines. Judge*—T. H. Allin, W. A. Feazel. Clerk*—B. H. Doolittle, L. C. W inston. Third voting precinct—At Knight, McLean & Co.'s office, North Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors—John 8. Cox, A. O. Bristol. Judges—W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes. Clerks—J. T. Buchannan, J. R. Reynolds. Fourth voting prec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

DEMOCRATIC POINTERS ELUCIDATED BY JUDGE MAGUIRE LAST EVENING. He Tells the Truth About Mayor Pond's Nomination—How Markham Was Made a Candidate—The Australian Ballot System. A large and enthusiastic audience as sembled at Turnverein hall last night, in response to a call issued by the Democratic county central committee, to listen to an eloquent address upon the issues of the day from the eloquent lips of Judge Magnire of San Francisco, one of the best known Democrats in the state. The speaker opened his address by touching upon the great principles upon which the rival parties were divided, and argued eloquently that the country should be held above parties by the people. Passing to the rival candidates for gubernatorial honors, he assured his audience that Pond was certain of elec tion, because of the number of Repub licans who had openly announced their intention of voting for him in prefer ence to Markham. No Republican in the state had a greater contempt for bosses than the spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

8 In Autumnal Hours. Summer haa gone, yet splendor hovers still O'er the wood and date, each wood and fen; Horn's purple mist enfolds each distant hill. White nightly moonlit shadows flood each glen, Kach autumn flower, while, clad in richest hue, Floats royal pennants on each passing gale; The cardinal glows in red, gentian iv blue, White gold, from golden rod, gilds hill and vale. Rare sunset views enrich the glowing sky. Amber and opal clouds pile in the west. White weird like moonbeams floating idly by Proclaim a twilight filled with royal rest. AU things look rich, from apples red and bright To purple grapes that cluster on the vine. From fields of corn that rustle, crisp and light, To tuft of thistle and to cone of pine. Rich glories find we in autumnal hours, A sense of fullness and completeness, too; A chant of praise broods over fruits and flowers For beauties added ere they fade from view. —Sophie L. Schenck in Ladies' Home Journal A Grateful Woman. A touching scene was en...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 23.—The stock market on the whole was active today, but heavy deals all in sugar refineries which gave tone to the entire market, and decided weakness wus the rule of the day. The market closed easy and weak, about lowest prices of the day. Final losses were generally small fractions, but sugar is ofT 5% per cent., and Chicago gas 2%, Louis ville 1%, C. C. C. and St. Louis 1%, Union Pa cific 1%, North American V/_ and Northern Pa ciflc preferred 1 per cent. Governments—Dull, but firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 23.—Money on call 3 @7 Prime mercantile paper, 5%@8 per cent Sterling Kxchange— Active, weak; 60-day bills, fi.Hi',: demand London. Oct. 23, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, money, 94 11-10: do account, 94%; U. 8.4s do $I.oo^. Money, bank rate, 2\_(gys per cent. BAR SII.VKR. New York, October 23.—Bar silver, per oz., U. 07. 3an Francisco, October 23—Bar silver. J1.08@09 per dunce. London, Oct. 23.—Bar silver, 49Vsd...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles Oetooer 23, 1890: a. m. p. m. o 3 'Tless Cl'less Max. tern.. 88; mm. tern.. 60. NEWS NOTES. The weather is moderating. The justices of the supreme court, on Wednesday evening, called on Mrs. Gen. Fremont. The steamer Los Angeles arrived at Redondo yesterday with eighty -five tons of freight. A special trainload of sixteen cars of beans, from Hueneme, will be sent east today via the Union Pacific. This evening General J. R. Mathews, John Wolfskill, M. E. C. Munday, Cal vin Edgerton and W. A. Ryan will ad dress a mass meeting of Democrats at Pico Heights. A mass meeting will be held on Mon day evening at the court house, which will be addressed by Captain J. F. Janes on "Why You Should be Democrats." The captain will be assisted by Hon. J. B. Buford. The Colored Zouaves, under the com mand of Captain ,Sam Haskins, met last night at the club rooms on Los Angeles street. Ten new members were re ce...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

MARKHAM'S MISTAKE. He was Glad " That Irish Crowd " were out, but Now he is Sorry. 3fis Partiality to Chinese £abor as a Mining Manager. He Convicts Himself of Falsehood to Gain Votes. An Incidental Explanation of the Origin of the Colonel's Military Title- Before the meeting of the Sacramento Convention, the San Francisco Chronicle warned the Convention not to make the mistake of nominating H. H. Markham for the Governorship, There were charges against Mr. Markham, it said, which would keep the Republican party on the defensive until the day of election. The Chronicle's warning was not heeded. Markham was nominated. Knowing the wetuuiMi o£ their candidate's record, and assuming, from their knowledge of their own, methods, that the Democracy would seize the first opportunity to make a campaign of personalities, the Republican organs attempted to forestall the damaging assault they felt could be so easily made by plunging into a medley of extravagant charges against Mayor Pond. The D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 October 1890

It is the too much talk that has injured us there. No one outside of the parties know what is going on here. All I can say is if they go in the thing is a bird. I have not seen George yet. I hope to be well soon. Yours in haste, Hknby. The letter is indorsed: 5610, Hallock et id. vs. Markham. Pltff's. Exhibit " I." Filed December 14, 1887. Chas. H. Dtnsmoor, Clerk, by 11. W. Edelman, Deputy. This interesting litigation left nothing to the imagination concerning the reasons that led Mr. Markham and his partners to prefer Chinese workers to white men, and especially to Irishmen. The testimony of partner Conger, found on page 373, vol. 1, of the Trans cript, affords this lucid explanation: "We hired Chinamen to keep down our expenses. We could not see how we could get through with three-dollar-a-day men, and we got over a lot of Chinamen. We talked it over, Mr. Mark ham, and Hallock and myself, and put in the Chinamen." Simply to mr.ke the record complete, and not because the fact of M...

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