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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 March 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. What the Nation's Lawmak ers Did Yesterday. Sherman's Anti - Trust BUI Under Discussion. Reports on tlie Montana Senatorial Contest Submitted. A Quiet Day in the House-The Windom Silver Bill Ready to Be Reported. Capital Cullings. Associated PreH Dispatches. 1 Washington, March 24.—1n the* Sen ate today Hoar, from the committee on privileges and elections, reported four resolutions in the eases of the persona claiming seats as Senators lrom Mon tana —two declaring Clark and Maginnis not entitled to seats ; the other two dec daring Saunders and Power entitled, on the merits of the case, to he admitted to seats. Resolutions from the minority of the committee making opposite de clarations were reported by Cray, and all were ordered printed, Hoar giving notice that he would ask the Senate to consider them Thursday. House bills were reported and placed on the calendar as follows: To ensure the purity of elections in Ariz-ma; to authorize Ogden, Utah, to assume an increase...

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. — 25 March 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayebs. AYERB & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. !Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles r ' second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 80c. Per Week, or SOc. Per TKKMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING PO Daily Herald, one year JK OO Daily Herald, six mouths 4 «\ Daily Herald, three months j 2 «S Weekly Heralb, one year _ „ m Weekly Herald, six montl Weekly Herald, three m tnß 0 Illustrated Herald, , 5 TSotiee t<> >< *U ■Sul.srrlbers. The papers of all 4<ol4ri n uent nail su'jew bers to the Los I> AU . Y Hbbald will be promptly disco' jtlimcd hereafter. ?*o rapers will be sent to subscribers by mail aufcvis the game have be in paid for in advance. Tfcis rule is inflexible. AVERS & *MiCH. The "Daily ttvrald" May be found in San Krancisco at tl>e Palace hotel news-stand; in Chirt.go at the Postoftlce iiows-sta:id. "VC! East Adams street; 4n Denver »t Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fiftxenth and •"Lawrence *j...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 March 1890

STREET WHISPERS. Probability of a Reduction in Orange Freight. Another Party of Excursionists Arrives Here. A Riittiaii (Attempts to Rob a Dumb Man Named Horton. A Quarrel Between Brothers Results in the Conviction of One for Battery. Other Notes of Interest. There is every probability that the outcome of tlie discussion now in pro gress at Coronado among the representa tives of the freight interests of the transcontinental roads will result in a decrease of the tariff" on oranges from California to Eastern points. The rate to Chicago may not be changed, but it is generally admitted tbat some sort of an arrangement will utimately be arrived at by which the charges to New York and to other points beyond Chicago will lie materially decreased. The following telegram from Coronado was received in this city yesterday on this subject, ad dressed to T. H. Dnzan, agent of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Rail road: "A resolution has been passed making rate on oranges, California terminals...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 March 1890

6 THE COUNCIL. The City Will Not Purchase a SatVJust Yet. The Funds Will Be (farmed Out as at Present. Contracts for the Sewer System to be Let in Sections. A Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars in Bonds Offered for Sale—The Repairing of Sidewalks. The City Council met yesterday morning, President Frankentield in the chair, aud Messrs. Shafer, Hamilton, Van Dusen, Bummerland, Brown, Mc- Lain and Bonsall present, A requisition for supplies from the Chief of Police was referred to the sup ply committee. The street Superintendent reported that something would have to be done at*the point where the Arroyo de los Reyes crosses Figueroa street. Re ferred to .the City Engineer. He also asked for permission to repair Market street, and was instructed to make the repairs. Councilman Hamilton brought up the question of repairing the pavement on Main street, between First and Third, and asked how it was to be done. Street Superintendent Morford re plied that the city would have to pay for the w...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Finaarlal. E.XCHANfif. REVIEW. ' New York. March -J4.—The ttoeft market to day was still null, but the firm tone which marked the dealing) the latter portion of last week was still prominent. The operations of tne day resulted in s a general appreciation of values, with few material advances among the specialties. Government bonds were steady. petroleum opened irregular j ipot, 86M; April, 87; (lcclincd. closing weak; spot, 84',; April, 80. stock Exchange—Opefeed, 86)4) closed, 84'ij. Consolidated Exchange — opened, 87; closed, 85. MONEY QIVT ATI ON S. New York. March 21.—Money, on call, easy, 8J..(« I per cent. . Prime mercantile paper. 5'.,d»7 , i . per cent. Sterling exchange—lmll and steady: (iO-day hills. $1.82-',: demand. ¥1.55? 4 '. Bar silver, per oz., f>s. San Francisco, March 22.—liar silver, per oz., BufjsTuJfJ. STOCKS AND BONOS. New York, March 21.—closing quotations: V. 8. 4s. rcg . . .121 :I , Nortliwesteri>. . .11l F. 8. 4s. coup 122*6 N. W. P...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Iteport of.observations taken at Los Angeles. March 24, 1890: a. in., p. m. 90 77 I \ I w ! 1 W I 9 Max. pea., 65; mm. tern., 45. Indications. San Francisco, March 24.—Forecast till 8 p. m. Tuesday: Light rains in Northern California; fair weather in Southern California. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, March 24.—New York, 30; New Orleans, 58; St. Louis, 50; Cincinnati, 40; Chi cago. 34: Winnipeg. 30. PERSONAL. F. K. Barnard is down from Ventura. A. E. Bird, of Anaheim, was in the city yesterday. G. M. Walker came in from Long Beach yesterday. Paul K. Michener was over front Pasa dena yesterday afternoon. Ira Niles and Miss Dot Niles, of De troit, Mich., are in the city. Fred Sterns, of San Jose, is in the city visiting his friend, D. Moriarty. G. A. Naughton left yesterday on the afternoon train for San Francisco. J. C. Nelson was a passenger on the 1 :40 train for the north yesterday. A. H. Denker was on the list of pas sengers bound nort...

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

f THE HERALD '] V Stands for the Interests L Southern California. k SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIII.—NO. 165. GOTHAM GOSSIP. Mcnitrous Corruption in the Sheriff'h Office. The Grand Jury's Sensational Presentment. A Disgrace to the City and a Shame to Civilization. A. Prominent Citizen Found to be ,a Pro fessional Burglar—Other East ern News. Associated Press Dispatches. ] New York, March 25.—Tlie Grand Jury today handed a long presentment to Judge Fitzgerald, in which the Sher iff's office is characterized as a disgrace to the city and a shame to civilization. The Grand Jjgsy said inquiry had failed to single redeeming ele ment in the iifcnagement of the Sheriff's office. It was it black record of violated law, tardy justice, forced settlements, corruption and bribery. It was •> no longer a question of what ought to be done to remedy the existing evils, but that something must be done at once and without delay. The foreman asked that copies of the presentment be sent to the Gover...

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

2 TRADE INTERESTS. Railway Notes and the Cham ber of Commerce. The Reduction on Orange Freight Traffic. An Interview ou the Subject of the Cross Road to Pasadena. Visitors at the Permanent Exhibit of the Chamber—The Meeting Next Sat urday—Other Matters. It appears very probable that one re sult of the recent traffic convention will be the reduction of the orange freight tariff to a figure which will allow Cali fornia oranges to compete successfully in New York with the imported article. The present rate on oranges from Los Angeles to the Missouri river is $1.12>£ a hundred, and to Chicago $1.25. Rates are not made further east, as shipments generally terminate in Chicago. The tariff from Chicago to New York is 70 cents, which makes a total from this point of |1.95. As a result of this high rate very few carloads of California oranges ever get to New York. Last year only about fifty carloads, out of a total of over 2,000 exported, were shipped to New York, and these were chiefly l...

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

THE GREAT FAIR. The House Does the Hand some Thing. More Time Given to Prepare the Exhibits. The Anti-Trust Bill Discussed at Length in the Senate. Vest Shows Up the Opponents of the Meas ure in Their True Colors—Amend ments Agreed to. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Washington, March 25.—Immediately after the approval of the journal in the House today, Candler, of Massachusetts, called up the World's Fair bill, and the following amendments were adopted: That the commission shall appoint a board of lady managers, which board may appoint one or more members of all the committees, ar/thorized to award prizes for exhibits produced in whole or in part by female labor. That one of the members of the board to be charged with the selection of Government ex hibits, be chosen by the Fish Commis sion. * Candler opened the debate in advocacy of the bill, Btrongly commending the board for the comprehension and com mendable energy displayed by Chicago in the matter. Chicago had done more than any...

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

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. JEntered at tho postoffiee Ht Los Angeles us second-class matter, j DELIVERED BY I'ARKIKKS At 30c. Per Week, op SOc. Per Month. TEHMs BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $8 00 Daily Hbbald. 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 80 Illustrated Herald, per copy IS Notice to Mall 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. Tbe "Daily Herald" Stay be found in .San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand: in Chicago at the Postofhee news-stand, 103 East Adams street: in Denver at Smith & Sons' news stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Offi...

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

LOCAL LINES. Meeting of the Grown Hills Hoard of Trade. Street and Water Matters Fully Discussed. Testimony Introduced for Defendants in the Castac Case. Banquet to Col. Markham at the Union League Booms-Two Baseball Games. Other Items of Interest. The Crown Hills Improvement So ciety met yesterday evening. A com mittee reported that the tire and water committee of the Council was in favor of placing live or more hydrants in that J part of the city. Parties representing a large number of feet on First street were present, and desired the co-operation of the board in the opening of the same either by sub scription or assessment, and a petition will be circulated in the territory to he benefited. The matter of turning Reservoir No. 4 into a public park was discussed. The following resolutions of reaped were adopted by the board: Whereas, An honored member of the Crown Hills Improvement Society, Dr. H. C. Ledyard, has been removed from among us by death, that unwelcome, unbidden visito...

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

6 BUENA PARK. A New Industry Commences Its Operations. The Only Factory of Its Kind in the West. The Manufacture of Condensed Coffee and Milk Began. A Sorghum Factory to be Constructed. Contracts for Cane Already Made. Other Notes. Industries and factories are fast mul tiplying within a radius of thirty miles of Los Angeles, and scarcely a month goes by but some new enterprise is placed in operation. The latest of im portance is the Pacific Condensed Milk, Coffee and Canning Factory, which, within the past few days, started opera tions at Buena Park, a town nineteen and one-half miles from Los Angeles, on the Santa Ana branch of the. Southern Pacific. Some months ago several gen tlemen, among whom were one or two who had been interested in the manu facture of condensed products in north ern and eastern parts of the United States and Canada, after looking about this State came to the con clusion that as there was no enterprise of this kind west of the Mis sissippi river, it would be ...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE review. New York, March 25.—The decision of the Supreme Court in the Granger cases yesterday lost all its influence this morning; the strength rising from the scarcity of stocks in the street, however, put an end to the bear demonstration, only Rock Island and sugar showing any real weakness. The final changes are generally fractional losses. Rumors of an adverse decision in San Fran cisco on the sugar case Jed to the selling of su gar refineries, and it lost 1% per cent. Although the story was denied the stock failed to rally, and closed at the lowest figure. Government bonds were dull and steady. There w as-practicully no market tor spot oil today. AprWeptionsjirere steady at 94% and dropped sharply to 83%. Then the decline was checked, and tlie price, advanced steadily until close, which wsStrrrofig at 85V». Stock Exchange—Opening, 104%; highest, 1041$; lowest, 104%.* Consolidated Exchange — Opening, 84^; highest, 85%; lowest, 83%; closing, ...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report oi observations taken at Los Angeles, March 25, 1890. .1. r. a. 52 55 I Max. ten., 04; ruin, tern., 51. Rainfall past 24_hours. .01. Indications. San FRANCISCO, March 25.—Forecast till 8 p. as. Thursday, for California: Rain in Northern California; lair weather in Southern California. Eastern Temperature. f ™»™ »«!i~|»T7i-»._r«>. Chicauo, March 25.—New York. 40: New OMWilii. tin, ni Louis, 48; Cincinnati, 54; C hi cago. 40: Winnipeg, 0. PERSONAL. W. H. Wilde is down from Ventura on a short visit. George H. Crafts was down from Red lands yesterday. A. M. Morgan was a passenger on the north-bound train yesterday. Mrs. Volney Spaulding, of San Fran riseo, is visiting friends here. B. F. Hyde,. of San Bernardino, was down yesterday for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bosworth are down from Stockton on a short vacation. State School Superintendent Ira G. Hoitt wfcs again in the city yesterday. Mrs. K. B. Poyen and E. A. Poyen, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

I the: herald j 9 Stands for the Interests ofS L Southern California. J t SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J BEYOND THE ROCKIES A Bad Husband Brutally Pun ished. Another Big Levee Broken in Mississippi. The Inhabitants Drowned Out and Fleeing for Their Lives. More Palo Alto Stock Sold at New York. Baltimore Pool-Sellers Discon solate—Eastern Echoes, Associated Press Dispatches.] Syracuse, N. V., March 26. —Newman MatthewßOn, a wealthy farmer near Hartford, who a short time ago married the young widow of his brother, has not been getting along well with her, and many unhappy stories have been told. Last night a party of masked men took him out and brutally whipped him, and then gave him a coat of tar and feathers. Ho thinks he knowH his assailants, and will prosecute when he recovers. PALO ALTO STOCK. Another Hunch of Fine Youngster's Sat- : isfactorlly Deposed Of. New York, March 20. —The second i day of the sale of Senator Stanford's Palo Alto stock-was marked by a larger attendance. Among the hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

2 THE RAILROADS. Effect of Change in Orange Freight Rates. Opinions of tlie Shippers of this Vicinity. The Present Extent of the Market in the Eastern States. General Railroad News—Tourist Cars in the East—The Cajon Pass—Other Matters of Interest. The effort made by the Transconti nental Association to reduce the rates on citrus fruit freight seems to meet the very hearty approbation of the shippers of this city. Several of them were in terviewed yesterday on the matter by a reporter of this paper, and they were of the opinion that it yf/tolf} serve to insure a wider and a betterma rret^et * or * ne c^rUß products of the Coast next yC" 1 "- The change probably . wme * to ° late t0 affect the sale of this season s cro P- j 11 the Eastern roads consent to the reu? c " tion it will hardly go into effect for two months. Of the total crop of 2,100 to 2,300 carloads nearly 1,200 or about one half, have left the State. Most of the remainder will be shipped during the next two months, and v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

ANTI-TRUST TALK. The Sherman Bill Dismissed Pro and Con. Legislative Legerdemain is What Vest Tonus It. Insralls dives the Southern Senators Grape and Canister. The House Takes Up the Wyoming Admis sion Bill—The Woman's Suffrage * Clause Attacked. Associated Press Dispatches.] Washington, March 26.—1n the Sen ate thin morning, after transacting busi ness of minor importance, the Anti-Trust hill was taken up and various formal .amendments were made. Spooner offered an amendment giving tiie courts authority to issue writs of injunction prohibiting combinations from proceed ing any further in business, except to wind up their affairs. The legal bearing and effect bi the 1 amendment, as well as the bill generally' were discussed by Spooner, Gray, Hoar, Stewart, Vest, Reagan and Eustis. After some remarks in reply to something said by Reagan yesterday, Vest said he would not say another word about the Constitution. He was prepared "to join the procession." He would like the Senator from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. Pt'BI.ISHKD SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph 1). Lynch. Jvmes J. Ai CM AYKRS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles as second-class matter. 1 DELIVERED HY CARRIERS At aOc. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLCDISU POSTAGE: Daily Herai.d, one year $8.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.20 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months. 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Tbe "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffiee news-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 156. THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1890, COULD EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION BE OVERTHROWN? Russia is moving for the construction of a great railroad from the center of the empire easterly and down the Amoor to the mouth of that stream. The Mus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

ON THE STREETS. Reported Disappearance of an Englishman. He Kept a Reading-Room tor Boys on Third Street. Ho heft the Place in Charge of a Lady and Departed. A Tan Game Raided and Twenty-Two Chinamen Taken to the Police Station—Other Items. The police were notified yesterday that G. B. Studd, an Englishman about '30 years of age, bad been missing since Monday last, and although inquiries have been made in every direction, not the slightest trace of his whereabouts can be discovered. Mr: Studd, who is a Cambridge graduate, was in training for the English ministry, but his health and mind gave way some time ago through overwork, since which time he has been compelled to give up his studies and has traveled about from place to place under the-advice of his physicians. His men ial disorder takes the t'orm of melan cholia, and when 'under its influence he has been known to go away to the moun tains and remain for some time in prayer. It is thought that he may be suffering from an attack ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 27 March 1890

6 LOCAL ISSUES. Comparison Between Los An geles and St. Paul. Tlie Matter Learnedly Discussed in a Letter. The Fire Board Transacts Consid erable Business. Proposals for Sewer Pipe—The Union Chau tauqua Meeting and Other Items About the City. Editors Herald—l notice in the Express of last evening a labored article trying to convince its readers and the public that the Timet of 23d inst. had erroneously stated the question of Los Angeles tax, more especially had the l>ond question carried and this city been saddled with that increase of debt. It gives this city a population of 75,000 with an assessed valuation of $40,000,000, and its indebtedness $22,550.75, and states the rate to be $1.45 on each $100 or \\% mills on the dollar. This ia misleading, as he now pays twenty-Ihe mills on the dollar, and by our in« crease of bonds are added A\> mills, (I in other words $2.95 on the-SIOO, and mind at a very high valuation. This financial exponent cites a num ber of cities whose indeb...

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