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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, April 15.—The stock market today showed further improvement, Grangers, Lack awanna, Union Pacific and Pacific Mail were the most prominent stocks in the dealings. Toward the close there was more selling to realize profits on the advances of the past two days, and prices sagged off slowly, finally clos ing heavy, but with a marked linn undertone. Evansville and Terre Haute rose 3%, Peoria, Decatur and Evansville 2, and Canada Pacific 1%. One' of the features of the day was the bidding up of silver certificates from 94 3 4 to 100>- 4 , on the strength of the action of the Sen ate finance committee last evening. Governments steady. Petroleum opened strong at 82;'£; advanced to 83?,;. then reacted, but rallied again in the last hour, closing firm at 82%. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, April 15.—Money, on call, easy, 4@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, s@7l£ per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; 00-day bills, 14.55; deman...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 16 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Augeles. April 15, 1390: ' Bar. Ther. 5:07 a. m. 90.07 ."> J 5:07 p. m. 80.101 07 Max. tern., 70; mm. tern . t"< Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 15 —New York. 40: No» Orleans, 88; St. Louis, 44; Cincinnati, to. i hi cago. 38; Winnipeg, 30. Indication*. Sas Frascisco, April 15.—Forecast till S p. m. Wednesday, for California: Fair weather, followed in extreme northern portion by light rains. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Heuniner are down from Ventura. S. H. Howard, of San Francisco, is a visitor to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Plank are up from San Diego on a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Griffith, of Boston, are taking a trip over California. ■f. E. Rogers, of Omaha, is looking around Los Angeles and vicinity. Dr. and Mrs. K. D. Shugart, of River side, are down for the rest of the week. O. W. Corvette and Miss Julia Cor vette are down from San Francisco on a visit. W. F. Gill, the well-k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 April 1890

. XHE HERALD ] " Stands for the Interests oi * n Southern California. A SUBSCRIBE FOB IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 4. THE M'KINLEY BILL. Majority and Minority Re ports Submitted. Some Remarkable Innovations Promulgated. The Bounty System to be, Applied to Silk and Susrar. The Minority Sharply Criticises the Bill McKenna Up in Arms Against the Measure. A'toOciated rress Dispatches.', Washington, April Hi. —The reports oi the majority and minority of the ways and means committee on the tariff bill were presented to the House this after noon. The majority report begins with a statement of the financial situation, and estimates the surplus at the end of the present fiscal year at $92,000,000, and, deducting the sum required to make payments on the sinking fund, the net surplus of receipts over expenditure will he $43,079,000. The estimated sur plus of the next fiscal year will be $48,570,000, which, with the amount of cash now on hand and available, reach ing $90,000,000, will justify a reduct...

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

2 THE DOCTORS. An Interesting Session of the State Society. Medical Topics Discussed by the Physicians. Jurisprudence Affecting the Profes- sion at Large. Election of Officers and Selection of the Place for the Next Annual Session. The doctors were not out in such large numbers yesterday morning at the open ing of the first session of the day, the hospitality of Los Angeles having evi dently induce*! the medical gentlemen to linger longer in their beds than business usually permits. The first paper read was one on Osteot omy, by Doctor Henry M. Sherman, of San Francisco. Osteotomy, be it under stood by the unprofessional reader, is the effecting of an artificial fracture in a dis torted or deformed limb, in order to restore it to a natural shaj)e. Doctor Sherman, who is an expert in this par ticular line, described several cases he had operated upon, circulated photo graphs and diagrams of the same, and was listened to attentively by the gath ered medicos. Dr. Lasher opened the disc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 April 1890

IT WAS EVER THUS. Republican Senators From Montana Seated. The Vote Conducted on Strict Party Lines. Two House Contests Settled in Favor of the Democrats. The McKinley Tariff Bill Reported to the House — gugar-Growers Much Displeased With „ It. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 16.—1n the Senate today, Mitchell gave notice that he would address the Senate Tuesday on his constitutional amendment for the election of Senators by the people. On motion of Mitchell the House bill granting the Palouse and Spokane rail way a right-of-way through the Nez Perces Indian reservation, Idaho, was passed, with one verbal amendment. The Montana election case was again taken up. As Daniel did not claim the floor to continue his speech of yesterday, Gibson addressed the Senate in favor of the Democratic side. Kenna followed Gibson. The House bill granting the Spokane Falls and Northern railway a right-of way through Colville Indian reservation, was passed with amendments. The Chinese E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PI'BI.ISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the post office at Los Angeles as second-class matter, j DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, IXCXCDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, 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 W) Illustrated Herald, per copy lo Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 150. THIUSUAV, APRIL 17. 1 S»0. Judghnu from the volume of the ex changes made by the Salt Lake clearing house that city is enjoying a genuine boom. The transactions recorded in the first five days of its opening are quite metropolitan in their proportions. The Pioneers are having such a pleasant time on their way to California that their arrival in la>s Angeles may be delayed for a day or so. The men who toiled over the Plains forty yea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 17 April 1890

LOCAL EVENTS. Graduation ol'Several Medical Students. V Reception at the Residence of the Dean. Preparations for the Reception of the Visiting Pioneers. They are to be Driven About the City and to be Suitably Entertained by Their Confreres. The large auditorium of the First Congregational church, corner of Sixth and Hill streets, was rilled last night by the friends and relatives of the medical class of '90, University of Southern Cali fornia, on the occasion of the annual commencement exercises of that branch of the college, while a number of people, including distinguished members of the medical profession, took up positions upon the platform. Among the latter were Rev. M. M. Bovard, I). D., presi dent of the university; J. P. Widney, A. M., M. P., dean of the Medical Col lege; Mrs. Widney, Rev. J. L.Russell, R. G. Hutchins and Joseph Kurtz, M. D. The graduates, six in number, occupied seats immediately behind the faculty. They were Mrs. M.E. Shoemaker, of East Los Angeles ; John ...

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

6 THE CHAMBER. The Regular Monthly Meet ing Held Yesterday. A Large Number of New Mem- bers Elected. Thanks to the Various People Who Have Made Donations. "Various Matters of Importance Discussed. The Chamber in Good Financial Condition. The regular monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held yester day afternoon. A good deal of difficulty was experienced in getting together a quorum, and the meeting was not called to order until nearly 4 o'clock. The minutes of the two preceding meetings were read and adopted. The committee on membership re ported the following 121 names for election: N. Mereadante, Dr. T. J. MeCarty, Southern California Mercantile Agency, by 8. B. Higenhotham, Anderson & Chanslor. Jos. Mullally, A. M. Edelman, John Weber, Jerry" Illich, William Beatty, W. A. Burr,"C. E. Thorn, E. L. Chandler, J. C. MeCallum, T. F. Joyce, John D. Mercer, Charles Silent, J. M. Guinn, H. J. Crawford, J. G. Es tudillo, Walter Lindley, C. F. Rutan, T. jN. Canitield, S. H. B...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York. April 16.—Stocks were (lull today, especially for the general list and unlisted de partment, but a lew specialties still retained some speculative interest, and the dealings in and fluctuations of these shares saved the market from complete stagnation. The great feature of the trading today, however, was a special activity in Lackawanna and its unusual strength. It was the only stock which attracted any attention. Among the inactive stocks, Denver and Uio Grande shares were strong, and Oregon Navigation moved sharply on small dealings. The market closed quiet and steady to firm, at insignificant changes. Governments steady. Petroleum opened at 82 :, £; closed steady at 82J B . MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, April 10.—Money, on call, easy, 4@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, s@7] per cent. Sterling exchange—yuiet and steady; 60-day bills, $4.85; demand, $4.87. Bar silver, per oz., 99)£. San Francisco, April 10.—Bar silver, per o...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 10, 1890. I I a. BV iiO.lri ">() P. IU. ilO.lO: til ,»■' Max. tern., 75? mm. tern., 4!>. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April it).—New York, 44; New Orleans, t>B; St. Louis, 44; C incinnati, 40; Chi cago, 40; Winnipeg, 32. Indications. San Francisco, April lt>.—Forecast till 8 p. m. Wednesday, for California: Local rains in extreme northern portion; fair weather else where. PERSONAL. K. 8. Sheffield was down from Santa Barbara yesterday. Tims. B. Evereth, of Auburn, is spend ing a few days here. J. YY. Wolfskill went north yesterday OB the afternoon train. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Robinson came in from Whittier yesterday. A. T. Begley, of Chicago, is a visitor to Los Angeles and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Daniels were over from Pasadena yesterday. James Hutchinson, of Leadville, is here looking up some old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williamson left for a short visit to Omaha last ...

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

Nf r ' T OT <4> W ? the; herald "1 F Stands (or the Interests „ Southern Calitoruia. A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 5. PILED IN A HEAP. Passenger Train Derailed Near Tehachapi. Faulty Air Brakes the Cause of the Accident. Miraculous Escape of Passengers From Instant Death. Several Los Angeles People Reported Injured, But Not Fatally—Par ticulars of the Wreck. Associated Tress Dispatches. I San Fbancibco, April 17. —Information was received here this morning that a passenger train on the Southern Pacific railroad jumped the track two miles north of Tehachapi, and that eleven cars were ditched. The engineer lost control of the air brakes, and the train rushed down grade at a fearful rale until near the scene of the frightful calamity sev eral years ago, when it left the track. Advices received by Superintendent Fillmore dispel the apprehensions of loss of life, or even of many passengers being injured by the accident. The locality where the accident oc curred has a down-g...

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

2 THE DOCTORS. The Third Day of the State Society Meeting. A Number of Interesting Papers Discussed. Dr. Bailey Again Expelled from the Association. Charges Preferred Against Dr. W. F. McAllister, of San Francisco, by Dr. Lawlor. The attendance yesterday at the State Medical Association was undiminished, but the proceedings were of interest only to the physicians, as the language used was not intelligible to the outside public. The name of the first paper read will probably be enough for the average reader: "Thoracic Aneurism of the Aorta." The aorta is the princi pal artery of the body, proceeding directly from the heart, and an aneurism is a soft, pulsating tumor, caused by the weakening of the walls of this artery, until they become so thin as to be liable to sudden ruptnre from over-exertion or shock, causing death. Dr. Rosens tern, who read the paper, exhibited a patient whom he had successfully treated for this dangerous ailment, and who gave every evidence of being in a very ...

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

NATIONAL CAPITAL. Montana Senators in Their Stolen Seats. A Breezy Political Debate on Civil Service. The Rouse Adjourn* in Respect to Randall's Funeral. The House River and Harbor Appropria tion Bill Completed—Tariff Petitions, Etc. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 17.—1n the Senate Saunders and Power, now the Montana Senators, were in their seats this morn ing, their desks having been placed on the Republican side since adjournment yesterday. The desks were first located on the Democratic side after the four new States were admitted, and there they remained until the action of the Senate yesterday, in seating the Repub lican contestants. Under the terms of a resolution presented in (he executive session yesterday by Hoar. Saunders and Power were assigned by lot to the classes of Senators whose terms expire in '93and '95, respectively. Among the bills introduced was one by Regan proposing an amendment to the Constitution lor the election of Senators by a vote of the...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED—— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. fEntered at the postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c. Per 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 months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months oo Illustrated Herald, per copy 1j Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 156. FRIDAY, APRIL. 18, 1890. The first issue on the new ordinance directed at the Salvation Army was raised yesterday evening, when the band, disregarding the law, again under took to raise Cain and scare restive horses into conniption tits, and were promptly gathered in by the police. No doubt the law will come out victor in the struggle. The great crowd which surged around the noisy fanatics seemed to feel that a long-felt want was sup plied...

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

M'CONKEY TRAGEDY. Miss Fackler's Story of the Occurrence. How the Injured Husband Found His Wife. An Interesting Affidavit Sworn to Before a Notary Public. A Heartrending Tale of a Woman's Perfidy and of a Man's Sorrow and Revenge. The McConkey-Gresham tragedy at Redlands is fresh in the minds of read ers of the Herai.i). The killing of Gresham and the suicide of McConkey made a terrible impression on the minds of all readers. Miss Fackler, the school teacher, has made a sworn statement of all she knows, which puts at rest forever all doubt as to Mrs. McConkey's guilt. The story is a sad recital of a woman's weakness and a man's sorrow for a wife he "had thought divine." A brother of the dead husband writes as follows as he sends Miss Fackler's letter to the Courier at San Bernardino: Editor Courier—The following depo sition is made public, not in malice or with intent to injure, but simply to state the facts of the case, and let the world pronounce its own verdict. It is due those ...

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

6 THE FORTY-NINERS. A LIST OF THE MEMBERS OF THE EXCURSION PARTY. Arrangements for Their Entertainment. The Affair to Take Place on Monday. No Definite Plans as Yet. The various committees who have undertaken to manage the entertain ment of the pioneers were busy yester day making final arrangements. The celebration is set to take place next Monday. It is expected that the pio neers will arrive this evening, but their plans are liable to he modified at any time. Dispatches were sent yesterday to the party at Riverside, but no answer had been received late in the afternoon. The programme for Monday includes a celebration at Pasadena in the morning, with a gold-miners' camp at the Arroyo Beco, a pack-mule train and a dinner of beans and flapjacks cooked on the soot. In the afternoon the party will be brought t« Los Angeles in a special train, and taken to Santa Monica. A lunch will probably be given them by the Santa Monica people, and they will then return to Los Angeles and go "for ...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE review. New York. April 17.—Stocks, while rather dull today, were rather strong all day through, and while the movements of most of the list were confined to insignificant proportions, a few stocks made large advances, and the activ ity in them served to make a moderate day's business. The announcement of the intention to attempt to use the steamers of the Pacific Mail Company in connection with the Northern Pacific, despite the relations now existing be tween the Pacific Mail and Union Pacific, and the further reduction of rates by the Missouri Pacific, were regarded as evidence that the fight between the Kock Island, Missouri Pacific and Union Pacific is to be even more bitter than At present. The recommendation of the ways and meanß committee on the sugar tariff made sugar refineries the principal feature, and buying on the impression that the new legislation will in crease the consumption of sugar, and so give employment to the idle refiner...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. itepon, oi ooservations token at Los Angeles, April 17, 1890: J. a. m. 30.05 45 p. m. 29.95; 57 Max. tern., 70; mm. tern., 45. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 17.—Xew York, 44: New Orleans, 70; St. Louis, 48; Cincinnati, 37; Chi cago, 42; Winnipeg, 34. Indications. San Francisco. April 17.—Forecast till 8 p. m. Friday, for California: Light rains in the northern portion; fair weather In the southern, PERSONAL. J. A. Crane was in from Santa Ana yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Newlin were in from Whittier yesterday. J. A. Philbin, with his wife, were in from Clearwater yesterday. Rev. S. B. Caswell, of Santa Barbara, is in the city for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bodsworth went to San Diego yesterday for a brief stay. Mrs. A. J. Thompson, acting post mistress of Clearwater, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gates leave next week for a two months' trip to Arizona. <i. W. Meade, a dealer in fruits in San Francisco, is again visiting Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 April 1890

? THE HERALD J P Stands for the Interests of (, Southern California. J FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 6. READY TO ADJOURN. Work of the All-American Congress Finished. A Lively Debate at the Last Session. Blame Had to Interfere to Prevent a Disagreement. An Arbitration Policy Finally Decided Upon—Principles of. International Law Established. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 18.—The Pan- American Conference practically con cluded its labors today. There was a warm discussion this morning on the re port of the committee on general welfare regarding arbitration. Differences were developed which bade fair to block the way to a conclusion. Finally Mr. Blame, who had been absent at a Cabinet meet ing, arrived. He asked that a recess be taken, and invited the committee on general welfare to join him in consider ing the matter. Br. Blame made a brief speech, in which he said the resolution of Mr. Quintans had been changed from being in perpetuity, to run at even dates with the treat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 19 April 1890

2 STREET WHISPERS. How F. W. Pattee Met His Death at Acton. The Crank of a Windlass Struck His Head. Recommendations of the Board of Public Works. The Finance Committee Holds a Meeting. A Seventh Ward Democratic Club Formed. On Wednesday night last Coroner Meredith was summoned to Acton to hold an inquest upon the body of Field ing W. Pattee, a native of Kentucky, 45 years of age, who was killed accidentally that afternoon; but owing to the delay caused by the wreck at Tehachapi, he was unable to return until yesterday morning. From the testimony taken at the official investigation it was learned that Pattee and two farmers, named Thomas Thompson and S. W. Guinn, were repairing a pump at a well near Acton, about 1 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. Thompson and Pattee were turning the cranks of a windlass while hoisting the pipe from the well, while Guinn disjointed each section as it came to the surface. Three joints had been severed successfully, but while Guinn was tightening up the...

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