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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 11. WIND AND WAVE. The Great Storm on the Atlantic Coast. Rain in Torrents and Blowing Great Guns. Prodigious Tides Create Sad Havoc Along tlie Jersey Shore. Many Small Sailing Craft Wrecked and a Large Ocean Liner Run Aground. Associated Press Dispatches.; New York, Oct. 24.—New York was pelted last night and today with one of the most pitiless storms which it lias endured in many a day. A fierce north easterly gale drove the heav rain in almost horizontal sheets, rendering um brellas of no use, and the wind through out the night rattled signs and shutters till unbroken sleep became well nigh impossible. This morning stories of damage along the coast began to come in, but it is feared the worst will not be known until tomorrow. Along the New Jersey coast the wires are reported down and several vessels ashore, while others have been driven from their course. Very high tid...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

2 THE NICKEL MARKET Stimulated By Recent Armor Tests. The Supply Inadequate for the Navy's Demands. Companies Organizing for Develop ing American Mines. Brazil's Compliments to the United States. Millions for Pensions—Wash ington Notes. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, Oct. 24. —Additional re salts of the recent tests of armor plate at Annapolis, are still coming to light. The demonstration of the superiority of nickel steel alloy and the immediate ap propriation by congress of $1,000,000 for the purchase of a quantity of nickel with which to alloy naval steel, has had the effect of stimulating the nickel market to an unusual degree. The navy department had hardly begun to enquire into the amount of nickel on the market, before it was found that the results of the tests had been seized linon ahroad with remarkable celer- j ity, and that there was to be keen competition in the market, which was already noted for a vigorous and steady demand. In addition there were rumors of "...

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. — 25 October 1890

THE CITY'S AFFAIRS. REPORTS ADOPTED BY THE VARI OUS COMMITTEES. The Board of Public Works Makes Some Important Rflcommendations— Action Taken by the Zanja and Finance Com mittees. The board of public works yesterday adopted the following report: Recommend that the city attorney be instructed to proceed against the rail road companies having bridges across the river to require them to reconstruct said bridges in accordance with existing ordinances, and immediately raise the bridges that are now too low, according to the judgment of the city council and city engineer. Recommend that the protest of T. D. Mott et al., against the proposed grad ing of Twenty-first, between Figueroa and Estrella streets, be filed as it has not been presented in time. Recommend that J. S. Haigler be granted an extension of time for thirty days in which to complete his contract to grade Eighth street, from Pearl to Grand avenue. Recommend in the matter of the peti tion of the Los Angeles Terminal rail road ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED 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 80c Per Week, or 80c Per Month- TEEMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six 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 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 228-225 West Second street. Telephone 156. Democratic State Ticket. (Election, Tuesday, November 4,1890.) FOR GOVERNOR, IDWAKDB, POND, San Francisco. POR 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. F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

THE IDOL OF MY LIFE. I see thee as thou wast not long ago, And yet what seems an n_a of meeting time; I love thee as when, in thy queenly prime, Thou gav'st thy heart to me, and told me so. Thou art the touchstone of my nature still— The source from whence my inspirations flow— The chcribbed idol of my life, and will That MM bo while years shall come and go. The years are rapid in their sudden flight, And days are nothing in the estimate— Bo short are they. We hasten from the light Into the darkness, ruled by unseen Fate, Aud !!!'« is short: Yet thou art dear to me, Aud ever more, through endless time, must be. —Springfield Republican. Ky rami's Daughter to Sing in Public. A friend of tho Eyraud family tells ns that Paris may shortly hear tho daugh ter of the alleged murderer of M. Gouiffe Binging, under an assumed name of course, either in operetta or at one of the many cafes chantants with which Paris abounds. Mine. Eyraud herself is an excellent musician. Her daughter has no know...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

6 ELECTION PROCLAMATION^ Cleris-G. A. Winer, A. G. Croner. Lamanda Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander lip's office. Inspectors—J. W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson. Judges—E. H. Royce.C. D. Curtis. Clerks—O. W. Vosberg. A. Heslope. Bisrra 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. Steinberger. CITY OF PASADENA. First Voting Precinct—At office northeast cor ner of East Colorado street and Little avenue. Inspectors—Ernest Canfield, Carl A. Johnsen. Judges—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. „ Clerks—Henry Newby, H. E. Pratt. m> Second Voting Precinct-At Store, No. 7 Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building. Inspectors-Calvin Hartwell.C. W. Hines. Judges—T. H. Allin, W. A. Feazel. Clerks—S. H. Doolittle, L. C. Winston. Third voting precinct—At Kuigbt, 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....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

JUMPED FROM THE TRAIN. A Novel Way of Shuffling Off the Mortal Coil. Yesterday morning Justice R. A. Marshall of Burbank, in the absence of Coroner Weldon, went down to Comp ton to hold an inquest upon the body of William Walter, the negro who com mitted suicide on Thursday morning by hurling himself from a moving train about a mile north of that place. Conductor E. G. Fitzgerald testilied to having seen the man on his train, which left the Arcade depot for San Pedro at!) :30 o'clock a. m. As he col lected the negro's ticket, Walter re marked thai he would probably be brought back dead. In further conver sation he told the witness that he had had trouble with liis wife and was going to San Pedro to kill somebody or get killed. After leaving Compton the witness missed his colored passen ger, but knew nothing of the affair until he reached San Pedro, where he re ceived a telegram notifying him that his train had struck a man neat Compton. Seymour H. Sliter, a farm hand at Lynwood, tes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

8 JUST AS OF OLD. In the crowded hall met we. and she placed her hand in mine With a charming ease and grace, with a smile— ah I half di vine; Seemed we both serene and calm though we had not met in years; Time had dulled, not killed my pain—time, more kind, had dried her tears. When the whirling waltz was o'er lingered I beside her still; Random commonplaces passed, thus our share ot talk to fill. Till a madd'ning impulse rent every bond and spake at last- Words that were as sparks that burst from a dying, smold ring past. "Does our meeting not recall something of a past?" 1 said; "No sweet odor, no faint breath, fragrant of the days long dead:" Oht the smile that wreathed her face—smile divine that graced the dance 1 Oh I that look—it gleamed again—soul destroying, mystic glance! "Tea, I caught It when we met—through the air on wings it roves; Haunts you still that odor rare—as of old, you're eating cloves." * • • • • • • Thus she spoke—at last I knew what lay hid Id thought so lo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHA NG E REVIEW. New York. October 24.—1n the stock market tcday weakness in silver, higher rates for money and especially continued liquidation in sugar refineries were disquieting features. Sugar was tlie feature of the day, and except one slight reaction, the downward movement was not checked until 01% was touched. This is a loss of llVs since Wednesday, and 13* 8 since Monday. An apparent effort to advance the stock in the afternoon caused ft rush to cover, carrying it up nearly 1). per cent, be yond the opening of the day. A dispatch in the fternoon from Chicago saying all tho grangers except Northwestern were about to boycott the Union Pacific was the signal for a combined attack on those roads, but the vigorous rally in sugar brmght everything else up. Final changes of the day show a majority of the losses only fractional. Union Pacific is down iy t . Governments—Dull, but firm. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. 24.—Money on call firm, 11 @8. Pr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 24, 1890: 5:07 a. m. 5:07 p. m. 98 80 •M'less cries* " Max. tern., 80; miv. tern., 52. NEWS NOTES. About fifteen French emigrants ar rived yesterday in Los Angeles to make their homes here. A patent car-couple will be exhibited at the Santa Fe depot thiß afternoon be tween four and six o'clock. There are undelivered telegrams at the Postal Telegraph office for William S. Lyon, John \V. Mitchell and J. C. Pollock. The first annual ball of the Iroquois club of San Diego, will be given at Ar mory hall, in that city, on Wednesday evening. Hon. VV. J. Curtis, Democratic candi date for congress, and Colonel Tobin of San Francisco will speak tonight at Turn Verein hall. Dr. J. P. Widney will speak this even ing at a Prohibition meeting at Temper ance temple, on the corner of Broadway and Temple streets. One of the most attractive features of the coming Chrysanthemum fair will he the guitar an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

i. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 12. TARIFF QUESTIONS Engaging the Attention of All Europe. Russia Formulating a High Protective Measure. Germany and Austria Contemplating' Reciprocal Reductions. Concerted Reprisals Against Ihe McKinley Bill Still Imminent—Foreign Miscellany. Associated Press Dispatches. Berlin, Oct. 25.—[Copyrighted 18D0, by the New York Associated Press, j — .Several official movements point to the possibility of tariff questions engaging the attention of the reichstag, rendering necessary a careful nursing of the minis terial majority. A committee has been appointed to inquire into Auslro-Ger man commercial relations, with a view tt) a reciprocal diminution of tariffs. Communications have been sent to the leading firms of Hamburg, Bremen and other trade centers, asking them to re port on the effects of the McKinley bill in their lines of trade. They are also asked what the prospect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

2 TELESCOPED CARS. Governor Hill in a Railroad Disaster. Four Trains Telescoped at One Fell Swoop. Engines and Cars Badly Battered, But Nobody Hurt. A Passenger Train on the Heading Road Crashes Into Three Coal Cars With Fatal Results. Associated Press Dispatches. I Cameron, W. Va., Oct. 25^.— Governor ' Hill and party, accompanied by T. S. Riley, chairman of the Democratic state committee, Governor Fleming and oth ers, left Wheeling this morning over the Baltimore and Ohio. The train was to have stopped at all the stations between Wheeling and Harpers Ferry, to allow the governor to make addresses. The piogramme, however, was interfered with by a collision at Moundsville. The special train was about starting when Engineer Wells heard a warning note from the engine of the Chicago express, which told him that that train was ap proaching on the same track. About fifty feet ahead of where the governor's train was standing, a wide and low highway bridge spans the railroad tracks, making...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

DAMRON AND CHADWICK. THE HONORABLE JIM ACTS AS AT TORNEY FOR HIS FRIEND. The Attorney for the Elusive "Mr. Getch ell" Turns out to Bear that Relation to "Davis Morris C." The Hon. James M. Damron was full of business yesterday. It was under stood that he had an insolvency case on hand, which was to be handled with great secrecy. In this case it was not only the client who was insolvent, but likewise the counselor-at law. In the afternoon he visited a lawyer's office on Spring street, where, in the absence of the principal, he tried to negotiate the modest loan of fifteen cents from the clerk. This young gentleman was sorely pressed for coin, and had to deny him self|the pleasure of accommodating the bright representative of the Seventy sixth district. The honorable penman then, as an alternative, asked for an in solvency blank, which was handed him. When the Hbbald reporter obtained these facts he smelt a gory, dark mys tery which he set himself diligently at work to solve. By hangi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. lEntercd at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DEUVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c 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 2.2^ Weekly Herald, one year 2.©0 Weekly- Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second street. Telephone 156. Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of 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 same have been paid for in advance. This rule is inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palaca hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice news-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

THE VANDERBILT CHILDREN. Ihey Are Carefully Educated and Sys tematically Trained. Although all the members of the Van derbilt family entertain on a magnificent scale they never permit their children to remain up late at night, are extremely careful in their education, and, in a word, are fitting them for life as well as any mother or father could do. It is one of the rules in all the houses of the Vanderbilts that the children shall go to bed early and rise early. Tho little boys and girls are up before 7 o'clock in the morning. Their nurses immediately take charge of them, see that they are properly bathed and dressed, and then they go down to breakfast, which is served at half-past 7 o'clock. It is an unpretentious meal, with plenty of fresh milk, eggs, oatmeal and a bit of steak or a chop that will add strength to their physique and color to their cheeks. After breakfast thero is an hour of study. There is something for these little ones to do at all times during the day. They go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

6 ELECTION PROCLAMATION. Clerks—G. A. Winer, A. G. Croner. Lamanda Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander llp'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 souse. 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 Canfield, Carl A. Johnsen. Judges—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns. Clerks— Henry Newby, H. E. Pratt. Second Voting Precinct—At Store, No. 7 Fair Oaks avenue, Williams building Inspectors—Calvin Hartwell, C. W. Htnes. Judges—T. H. Allin, W. A. Feazel. Clerks—B. H. Doolittle, L. C. Winston. Third voting precinct—At Knight, McLean & Co.'s office, North Fair Oakß avenue. Inspectors—John S. Cox, A. O. Bristol. Judges—W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes. Clerks —J. T. Buchannan, J. R. Reynolds. Fourth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

STRAIGHT GOODS. THE DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE PRO CLAIMED LAST NIGHT. Hon. J. W. Mitchell of Cahuenga Makes a Telling Address—Judge Curtis of Red lands Makes a Strong Speech. Pursuant to a call issued by the count} central committee, a Democratic meet ing was held at Turn Verein hall last night, Major W. R. Burke presiding and I. J. Horrell officiating as secretary. After a short opening address by the chairman, the following list of vice presidents was read by tho secretary, and those who were present, took seats upon platform: Charles J. Peteler, W. R. Whitthorne, B. C. Holmes, J. J. Mahoney, M. J. No lan, R. C. Carlton, D. Botiller. John F. Humphreys, N. C. Bledsoe, Joseph P. Rowan, Max Baretto, Albert Trudel. F. C. Melius, A.J. Horn, Dr. J. S. Craw ford. Judge Henry M. Smith. M. Morris, George F. Williams, Judge A. W. Hut ton, A. T. Patton, James M. Pearson, Dr. William L. Graves, Samuel Meyer, Mr. Whaling, J. J. Cooper, F. Clavere, P. Saubion, J. Shirley S. Ward, Frank Reyes, William...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

PETITIONERS HUMBLY PRAY That the City Council Will Grant Their Requests. Among the documents filed with the city clerk, for presentation to the coun cil on Monday next, are the following petitions and communications: That of N. P. Campbell asking that the sum of $156.08 be refunded, said amount having been paid by him on eleven void tax sales, said sales being double assessments. of Fred Pfiager asking that the Wim of $14.40, paid as an assessment upon $1200 which he had on deposit with the State Loan and Trust Co., er roneously, said arnoun* being exempt by law from taxation, be refunded. That of A. E. Pomeroy et al. asking that a survey and map be made of a street 80 feet wide, commencing at the present western terminus of Wabash avenue, and running westerly in the di rection of the prolongation'of Wabash avenue to Missouri road, in a westerly direction to the Los Angeles river, at a point about 150 feet north of the north west corner of the land of Stern, thence westerly to Alame...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 25.—The stock mnrket today was a continuation of the depression of the past two days, but sugar refineries took a secondary position in the market. The bear attack today was directed principally against Union Paciflc, upon the strength of the re ported disagreement between that road and the granger roads, and pressure of heavy sales, the price was forced off to 45%, the lowest figure known for years. On the theory that any dis sension in the west must result iv damage to all roads in that section, granger stocks were sold wdth great freedom, especially St. Paul, this stock at one time being down to 60%, also the lowest price for some time. Heavy covering before the close by shorts brought everything up somewhat, however. The list is all lower, but losses, except in Union Paciflc, which is 2% lower, and St. Paul %, and Chicago gas V /H , are for fractional amounts only. Silver cer tificates are extremely weak, and retir...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 October 1890

10 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles October 25, 1890: Time. I Bar. j Ther. R H'm W<1| Vel Wther 5:07 a. m. 30.02 51 81 8 I 1 '.M'leas 5:07 p. m.!29.95| 04 79 _W_I_*_ Cl'lcw Max. tern., 80: mm. tern., 48. NEWS NOTES. Rev. J. 8. Thomson will preach this morning at the Church of the Unity, j Subject: Heart's Hunger. Evening ' subject: The Uses of Sin. There will be a Democratic mass j meeting on Tuesday evening at Long j Beach. Mr. R Donegan, H. C. Dillon, Ed Gibson and others will make ad dresses. Rev. Dr. Cantine will preach to rail road men this morning at the First Methodist church, at 11 o'clock. Dr. DuBois of Trinity church south, will preach in the evening. There are telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for Miss Florence Goins, C. W. Welsh, Mrs. B. L. Worthen, Mrs. Geo. VV. King, John Bickenzand and O. E. Hatch. Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Eugene Maxwell was unable to refrain from showing hilarity yesterd...

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