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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 November 1890

BURNED TO DEATH. CRUEL. DEATH OF THE LITTLE SON OF H. C. HARRIS. He Sets Fire to Some Brush—The Flames Ignite His Clothes and Ho Is Fatally Burned—The Inquest to Be Held To morrow. At 11 o'clock yesterday morning the little five-year-old son of H. C. Harris, a book-keeper in the employ of the San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit company, was playing with another little fellow of about the ganie age as himself in a va cant lot near his home on the corner of Court and Patton streets, when in a spirit of mischief he ignited the dry grass and mustard weed with some matches. The child shouted with glee as the undergrowth, which was very dense and rank where they stood, crackled and flared up in front of them, and a dense volume of smoke rolled up from the burning weeds. In a few minutes, however, their shouts were changed to cries of fear, as the flames had spread in a remarkably short space of time, and their escape was almost en tirely cut off. One narrow little open ing only remained, and...

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. — 5 November 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. A vers. AVERS& LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS. I Entered at the postoffice at Los 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 A2o Daily Herald, three months 2.2"> Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly herald, six months. 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 iLLtISTRATKD HERALD, per COpy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second Street. Telephone 156. WKDNBBDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1800. TRIUMPHANT DEMOCRACY. At three o'clock this morning the returns from the elections in all parts of the union are very incomplete, and in most cases meager. Still, quite enough is known to indicate that tne people have spoken with no uncertain voice in nearly every state in the union, and that the verdict is against the Republi can party. Their strongest strongholds appear to have been successfully stormed an...

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

CITY AND COUNTY. The Returns Coming in Very Slowly. The Scratcher Gets in His Work Extensively. The Vote Cast as Far as Heard From Last Night. Ed Gibson Gets a Large Vote and Aguirre a Correspondingly Small One. Where the Boratohing Was Chiefly Done-The Repub lican Majority Badly- Cut Down. The streets of the city yesterday, up till 5 p. m., were as quiet as on a Sun day, and there waj not even a scintilla of excitement at the polling places. Vot ing went on quietly, but, nevertheless, steadily, all day until late in the after noon, when it gradually slacked down until the close of the'polls. There was no enthusiasm of the sort that will break out in hurrahs and loud noise, but voting was pursued in a business like manner. Scratching was the order of the day. The pencil was run through the Demo cratic ticket and the Republican ticket in an extraordinary manner, even in a reckless manner. Tickets with ten and eleven scratched names were no rarity. On the contrary they were the order ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 November 1890

6 HORNED TOADS AS PETS. THE REPULSIVE REPTILES ARE VERY POPULAR IN THE WEST. They Can Be Tamed and Afford Much Amusement —They Are Real Interest ing Creatures —Remarks by a Dealer Who Sells Many or Them Annually. "Of all the curious objects for pets," mid the curio mau, "I think that the homed toad will take the palm." "Are they popular as domestic ani mals?" asked the one to whom this re mark was offered. *1 guess you'd think so if you knew bow many we sell in the course of the year, to say nothing of all those that are caught on the spot and carried home in triumph by those who fancy such things." "Who does?" asked the reporter. ••Well, children are very fond of them. They seem to think that it's no end of fun to see them run around, eat flies, and burrow themselves deep in the sand." "How are they treated when in cap tivity?" "Pretty much as we treat them, 1 suppose. You can see for yourself," said the curio man, leading the way to one tide of his crowded store, where in a great,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 November 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. ■London, Nov. 4, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, tnonev, 94 7-16: do account, 94 1-16; U. S. 4s t1.26%; do 4V48, $1.06%. Money, 4®4H per cent. bar siivbb. London, Nov. 4—Bar silver, 48 9-10 d. per ounce. Grain Markets. Liverpool, J»ov. 4 —Wheat steady; demand improving holders ofier moderately. Red west ern winter, s o%d P'-'r cental. Corn—Firm; demand fair Mixed western, 4s percentuil. Wool. Philadelphia, November 4.—Wool—Firm. Montana, 20®24; Territory, 18®24. Boston, November 4.—Wool—Territory wools rue firm, 62®3,-scoured, for tine; 58ftyli0 Jhte medium, and 55f0)8 medium California and Oregon fair demund, uivqhanged prices. New York, November 4. —Wool firm, domestic fleece 34®39. Local Markets. Poultry—Hens, No. 1, per dozen, $4.50(94.75 old roosters, per doz., $3.00; young roosters, pc doz., 4.00@54.50; broilers, per doz., $2.«0@3.00 turkeys, per lb., lite..; ducks, large, per doz., $3. 00(«>t4;0 ; geese, 75c each. Raisins—Three Crown, layers, per box,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 5 November 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. RaiHirt of observations taken at Los Angeles 'November 4. 1890: Time. Bar. I Ther. R H 'n 5:07 a. m. 30.02 08 10 5;07 p. m. 29.92| 74 24 NEI 5 NW| 4 '^I'less Mas. tern., 94: mm. tern.. 84. NEWS NOTES. A special train of 12 carloads of beans left for the east yesterday, via the Santa Fe route. Leland Stanford aud Hon. Tom Fitch passed through this city last night from San Diego for San Francisco. A grand entertainment will be given by the Cathedral Clients of Mary at Turnverein Hall, on Friday evening. Nov. 7, 1890, at 8 o'clock. The Dairy Maids will serve an old fashioned tea and sell useful articles on ■Friday at 7:30 p. in., in the Presbyterian chapel, at East Los Angeles. The steamer Eureka landed 100 tons of freight at Redondo yesterday. The steam schooner Novo landed a cargo of lumber and piles for the Redondo Beach company. John A. Logan post, G. A. R., meets this evening, and will elect a new corn wander, Captain M. F. Tarble, who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

LOS ANGELES HERALD. THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. subscribe" FOR IT. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 22. TO TRIUMPH! It Was a Glorious Victory!! Hear the Voice of the Great American People!!! THE DEMOCRACY! Triey Are In It Ratlier!! War Tariff, Monometalism, Czarism, Bossism, Alas!!! A Great Political Landslide Covers the Country. It Was a Very Cold Day and the G. O. P. Got Left from Dan to Beersheba. Cover the Small Remnant of Corrupt Re publicanism Under Grandfather's Hat Forever and Aye! Associated Press Dispatches. Chicago, Nov. 5.—A table made up by the Associated Press from figures and estimates received up to 1 o'clock this morning, shows that the next house of representatives will stand 225 Demo crats, 101 Republicans and 5 Farmers' Alliance. Territorial delegates are not included in the table. It is not thought the official figures will make much change in these totals. IN MICHIGAN. A Democratic Governor, Legislature and [Many Gongressmea. Detooit, Mich., Nov. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

2 GROYER REJOICES. He Is Delighted Over Tnes day's Victory. The McKinley Bill Repudiated at the Polls. The Verdict of the People Is iv Favor of Tariff Reform. Comments of the New York Press on the Republican Waterloo—Reed'9 In solenoe Rebuked. Associated Press Dispatches. Hbw Yohk, Nov. s.—To an Associated Press reporter, on the results of yester day's election, ex-President Cleveland said: "I am delighted. I challenge the right of any man in the country to rejoice more heartily than I over the re sults of yesterday. My gratification is that of an American, proud of his fel low-countrymen who, though led away for a time by party prejudice and blind confidence in cunning and selfish lead en, could not be deluded to their ruin. They have demonstrated that in dealing with them it is not safe to calculate that they are stupid or heedless of the wel fare of their country. The necessity of tariff reform with its consequent reduc tion in the cost of living, and the duty of the Democratic p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

CHRYSANTHEMUMS. A ROYAL DISPLAY OF THE JAP ANESE ROSE. A Week of Rare Beauty in This City Which has Pleased the Multitudes of People. Tho Chrysanthemum fair now in progress at Armory hall is one of the leading attractions of tho city. Only the popular love of the beautiful could have drawn such an attendance in the midst of the recent political excitement. Each evening has oeen a combination of beautiful flowers, beautifully grouped and artistically landscaped, while the finest instrumental music, of piano, guitar, banjo, flute, violin and Arend's orchestra flpated soft, dreamy strains of music through the air. Beautiful women and handsome men, richly dressed, wandering through the mazy walks in the midst of flowers, sparkling the electric light from millions of drops of crystal water freshly sprayed over the plants, gave a scene of beauty such as poets and the best writers of romance have in vain tried to describe. No one can estimate the ennobling and uplifting effort of such a sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

DAILY HERALD. Ft! BUSHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph 1) Lynch. Jambs J. Avers. AVERS & LYNCH, -- PUBLISHERS. |Entered at the pentofß.ee at Los Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 2Or Per Week, or 80c Per Month- TKBM3 BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hbbald, ono year $8.00 Daily Hbbald, six months 4,25 Daily Hbbald, three months 2.25 Wiult Hbbald, one year 2.00 Weekly Hkbalo, six months 1.00 Weekly Hebald, three months 60 Illustrated Hebald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second SUliuL Telephone 156. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1800. r — A GREAT DEMOCRATIC VICTORY. Seldom in the history of the country has there been a more remarkable political upheaval than that which shook the Union last Tuesday. The re tarns are coming in with unprecedented slowness, but enough is known to make it certain that the country has declared in emphatic tones against Republican- ism gone to seed. It is difficult to tell what a plant will be before that final stage of d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

LOS ANGELES CITY VOTE. . m COMPLETE RETURNS, Lieut.- Congressman, senatok, Assemiii.y, District Public Tax GOVERNOR SUPERIOR fUDGM. SHERIFF. Co. CLERK. TREASURER ASSESSOR. AUDITOR. RECORDER. CORONER. Governor. 6th District. 38th District. 77th Dist. Attorney. Administ'r Collector. k t)|w wo a 2lg I * 2I < * * * gI £ I aI? f S* £ o Jr £ * s! » H s a as s X se jIJ . j * * w 3? a CITY PRECINCTS. |» § g £ £ | tf | S « & S g & £! 5 2 |i§ I | g" & 8 S | I SS I* g c ei-lctglS. 1 - ! % ■ *' ft . 5 2 •» ■_ *■ » i : ° * • » • o _ - a r © : : * * we. fo : : 0 », : x we Ps« :|; i • p • « ■ j° B : - B | • • : " j f I ___ -—— ——— - 1 JJjj ~ 2? m 133 20 - 54 !43 185 101 195 188 119 112 129 114 132 174 189 119; 190 112 186 124 189 120 188 121 l 180) 129 191 116 197 113 187 123 Secondll4 42 19 112 43 108 38 1(1 12 108 45 19 90 63 130 116; 137 109 45 45 60 57 82 74 116 41 111 42 111 45 116 40 111 44 108) 48 117 39 114 42 99 56 Third 134 101 10 135 102 131 »2 6 17 109 106 7 111 122 145 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

6 WHEN FRIENDS ARE PARTED. Time keeps no measure when true friends are parted. No record day by day ; The sands move not for those who, loyal hearted. True friendship's laws obey It is not well to note with dull precision The flight of days or years; BXermory depends not on proof by vision. And has no foolish fears. The migrant birds when they are southward flying Think not of time; they go Full of knowledge, born of faith undying. That they again shall know The homes and nests which they have left behind them. Not marred by change the while; The southern lands they seek will but remind them Of the north land's summer smile. And so I know that you will come to meet me In tho old, well loved way; That, though a year go by, you still will greet me Aa kindly as today. —Washington Post i THE END OF THE FEUD. As far back as the oldest inhabitant could remember there had been a feud i between the Jasons and the Spratts. It had never been a deadly one, but it had 1 been very bitter for all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. ■EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, Nov s.—The stock market today was reactionary in its nature. The bears soon got to work on sugar this morning; selling was heavy and attended by eonsiiicrable excite ment, the stock dropping 4 percent., to 57, in the first half hour. Feeble rallies took place in the btock from time to time during the day, but late in the day its prices touched 54V,-, a loss of per cent, while at close it reached only 55. Iv railroads a sudden and pronounced weakness was developed in Vanderbilts, and the list could not withstand such inliuence. Final changes are with few exceptions material losses. New York Central is down 2'i, Lake Shore 2, Missouri Pacific, Union Pacific each 1%, and others fractional amounts. Qovernments—Steady. HOMEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Nov. s.—Money on call, close 5@7. frime mercantile paper. 6ftJ9 per cent. Sterling Exchange-Quiet, easier; GO-day bills, demand *4.84%. London, Nov. 5, 4 p.m.—Closing consols, money, 94 9...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 6 November 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles November r>. 1890: fo Max. tern., 74; mln. tern., 47. Weather Forecast. San Fbancisco, Nov. 5 —Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday for Southern California: Fair weather, followed by local rains, except fair weather at San Diego; cooler. NEWS NOTES. The demand for new hats is brisk, and the supply is large. The city election is the next event on the political programme. Then will come peace and business. Marco Hellman is said to have signed an "immense aggregation" of baseball talent for Southern California. Dennis Brady and Johnny Freeland, arrested Tuesday for fighting, were tried yesterday by Judge Austin, and Freeland was discharged, Brady being lined $3, which he paid. W. H. Thomas, who was found guilty a few days ago in department one of the superior court, of an assault upon one Peter Kumpf with a broomstick, was sent to the county jail for three weeks yesterday, by Judge Cheney. Dr. Liebe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. SUBSCRIBE FOB IT. *i r LOS ANGELES HERALD. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 23. ELECTION RETURNS. No Improvement in the Cali fornia Count. Markham's Majority Seems to Be Steadily Growing. A Democrat Possibly Elected in the First Congress District. The Legislature Republican by a Large Majority—Latest Official Bulletins- Associated Press Dispatches. San Francisco, Nov. 6. —Late this af ternoon complete returns had been re ceived from more than one-half the precincts in California, outside of San Francisco, and from about two-thirds of the precincts in this city. These returns give Markham, R, for governor, more than 10,000 plurality over Pond, D. They also show that the Republicans have carried the entire state ticket by a generally similar plurality. The entire Republican ticket in this city, with the exception of one minor office, is un doubtedly elected by pluralities ranging from a few hundred to four thousand. The returns from the pre ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

2 MILITARY MATTERS. General Schofield's Animal Report. The Indian Question Practi cally Settled. Tke Present Army Not Sufficient for A Peace Footing:. Coast Lane Fortifications and Ocean-Going Battle Ships an Absolute Necessity. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, Nov. <>.—"Major-General Schofield, commanding the United States army, in his annual report says, in part: It may be asserted that all that is now necessary for the final peaceful aettlement of the great Indian problem is wise and humane treatment of the Indians upon their reservations, in the presence of such military force, as will deter the young and restless among them from attempting to imitate the deeds of their ancestors. The time has now come when the fu ture positive and probable military ne cessities of the country should dictate the military policy. The army should be so stationed that it may be prepared at the shortest notice to respond to any call which may be made upon its ser vices, and at the same...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

THE RIVER'S BED. THE COUNCIL. OBJECTS TO ITS BEING/ NARROWED. Tho Terminal Railway Will Probably Withdraw Its Application for an Amendment to lie Franchise. Pursuant to adjournment on Monday last, the city council met at 10 o'clock yesterday morning for the purpose of considering the application of the Los Angeles Terminal Railway company for an amendment to its franchise along the east bank of the river, with reference to the projecting rocky point at the Macy street cannery. After the usual preliminaries had been disposed of, Mr. Wirsching stated that the council had, in company with the company's representatives, visited the point round which it was proposed to build the road, and thoroughly inves tigated the matter. Mr. Summerland then presented the following protest, attached to which were the signatures of forty-seven prop erty holders residing on the river front between Macy and First streets: "We do hereby entreat your honor able body not to allow said railway com pany, or a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED- SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayebs . AVERS & LYNCH, - - PUBLISHERS. I Entered at the poßtoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter. J DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 800 Per Week, or 80c Per Month- TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebai.d, one year 18.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Hkrald, three months 2.2* Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Hbbald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second street. Telephone 156. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1890. LESSONS OF THE ELECTION. The political revolt developed in last Tuesday's elections has no parallel in the history of the country. Its effect is most apparent and most important in the house of representatives ; although other effects are not to be lost sight of. The control of the executive department of government in several states that have been in the hands of the Republi- can party is one of these. Another ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

AT THE FAIR. COLONEL MARKHAM ATTENDS AND MAKES A SPEECH. f The Features of Last Evening's Enter tainment—The Governor-Elect Given a Pleasant Reception. The attendance at the chrysanthemum fair was unusually large last night, in spite of the wet and unpromising state of the weather, the announcement that Colonel H. H. Markham, of Pasadena, was to be present having attracted a number of visitors who would otherwise have remained at home. Elegant as the decorations have been heretofore, the display last night eclipsed all former efforts, everything having been renewed and rearranged to do honor to the governor-elect. A 8 o'clock every seat in the galleries was occupied, and ladies and gentlemen gathered in little groups near the doors, outside of which two companies of the Seventh infantry, N. G. C, were drawn up in line. Some twenty minutes later Arend's orchestra rendered, See the Conquering Hero Comes, and, heralded by a fanfare of bngles, Colonel Markham, accompanied by Brigadier G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 7 November 1890

6 VERY QUEER INDIANS. A REMARKABLE TRIBE SURROUND -1 ED BY A NATURAL WALL. Some Interesting Facts About the N»v«- Supals — They Lire In m Stupendous Canyon In New Mexico—ln Many Re •pects They Are Civilized. Ben Wittick, a well known photog rapher of Albuquerque, N. M., has been visiting friends in Minneapolis, and to him The Minneapolis Journal is indebt ed for a most interesting and accurate account of the Nava-Supais of the Supai canyon. Some time ago he went to New Mexico, settling at Albuquerque. Being a man of adventurous turn of mind he took a trip up the canyon and located the tribe in the narrow, valley like in closure between the mighty walls of the Supai canyon. Supai is a name which Mr. Supai gave the canyon him self after having made a trip to the re gion. On reaching the canyon he found the Indians in the midst of a marvelously fertile valley, diminutive aa it is, where all sorts of grains and fruits grow in rank profusion, where there are splendid climatic influences ...

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