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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 April 1890

ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of Letters Remaining Uncalled For at the Los Angeles Postoffice April 21, 1890. Allen, R S Apple, N E Adams, Jos F Adams, Mrs C T Acrackam, Frank Abger, E A Ames, Clark Amon, Frank Alexander, Wm Alderman, Genevieve Albee, R I, Ahrens, Augst Allord, Mrs C Austin, Orange Ashcraft, E W Ashcraft, Mrs E A Arnold, E G Arnulista, H Arriola, Alverto Aye/., Albert R Anderson. Mrs Silis, 2 Ballestero, Eosa Bateman, J M X BaSSett, Stefano Bartbol, W Bell, Laura J Bell. Emma, Belmont, Gypsey Belche, C T Belt, Frank Beekley, Mary M Behm, Matilda Benson, Ldwd M 3 Bender, Tlllie C Beyer, Wilhelma Beroinh, Edwardo Beokwith. Fred B Reals, Rachel Berem, Mrs B r Blumer, J Blackbuin, J Biaekbum. A H Blanchard, Germain Blther, Mrs A 8 Bolan, Mrs 1' J Boland, Robt Baesen, Mrs Adol! Brchiike, A E Bogue, Mrs V G Bowman. Jas T Bowman, Rev jno X Bowman, Mrs Sadie Bradford, Mrs Geo W Brugg Mrs Bowen, J W Bradley Mrs Brockman, Mrs J I) Brockett, H Brooks. Geo Brlttain, Mrs Esther Bnmir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 21 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 20, 1890: ■ ». m. 30.01 1 52 p. in.'30.01.1 00 Pt cWy Max. tern., 03; mm. torn., 50. PERSONAL. Robert Gunn was in from The Palms vestcrday. Frank Devlin was in from Santa Mon <: yesterday. F. A. Thompson is down for a few days from Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Goodwin are down from San Luis Obispo. Consul Dorenberg, of Pueblo, Mexico, is in the city with his family. Mrs. C. D. Henry, of Whittier, spent a few days in Los Angeles this week. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Woodward are down from San Francisco for a few days. J. V. Gulich, one of Pomona's prom inent citizens, was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fitch, Jr., of San Francisco, are visiting friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Wells, of El mira, N. V., are in Los Angeles on a visit. John B. Jackson, a railroad man of Los Angeles, went to San Bernardino Saturday. Miss Fanny Nesbit left yesterday for Berkeley, where she will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

fo THE HERALD ] p* stands tor the Interests of L Southern Califorutß. A BUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 9. FLOODED LOWLANDS. More Southern Plantations Deluged. The Village of Sara Bayou In undated. Heavy Rains Augment tlie Volume of the Flood. The Waters of the Gulf Driven Inland and Part of the Crescent City Under Water. Associated Press Dispatches. I Bayou Sara, La., April 21.—The levee gave way at the foot of Fountain street at an early hour this morning. A gen eral alarm was sounded, and all the people turned out, and after hard work closed the break. It was soon found, however, that the rising river was run ning over tlie front levee, and nothing could be done to check it. Tremendous confusion ensued. Every boat and raft i was brought into requisition. Lanterns could be seen everywhere, and cries and shouts of men, women and children, working to save their effects, couid be heard in every direction. Not a house in town has escaped inundation, and from daybreak until evening i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

2 THE PIONEERS. They Are Received T>y the Citizens of Los Angeles. The Entertainment Lasts Through the Afternoon. They Aye Taken for a Drive About the City. The Reception at the Chamber of Com merce—The Speeches of Citizens and Visitors. The reception to the visiting New England Forty-niners took place yester day afternoon. About eighty of the ex cursionists came in from the Raymond, where the party is now staying, and were received at the city hall at 2 o'clock. A large crowd of the pioneers of Los Angeles and vicinity had col lected on the steps of the hall to greet the visitors. They were escorted through the building by the committee of the pioneers and of the Native Sons, assisted by various city officials. When a large number of the visitors had assembled in the Council chamber, Mayor Hazard made a short address wel coming them to the city, with the assur ance that they were revered among those who had helped to make the State. Captain W. H. Thomes, of Bos ton, the presiden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. Tlie World's Fair Bill Passes the Senate. Thirteen Votes Cast in Opposi tion to It. Vest Was the Principal Opponent of the Measure. A Naval Review Is Included in the Bill But Columbus Is Not to Have a Statue. Associated Press Dispatches.l Washington, April 21.—1n the Senate today, among the bills placed on the calendar was the Senate bill to provide additional associate justices for the Su preme Court of Arizona. Reagan introduced a bill to repeal all the laws for the retirement of all army and navy officers from active service on pay. Plumb introduced a concurrent resolu tion directing the Secretary of the Treasury to increase the treasury pur chase and coinage of silver bullion to the maximum amount authorized by the act of February 28, 1878, and gave notice that he would ask for its consid eration tomorrow. The Senate then took up the House AVorld's Fair bill. The only amendment reported by the Senate committee was the insertion of a new section providing for a na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. , " Joseph I). LYNCH. James J. Ayers, AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS, [Entered at the postoffiee at Los Angeles 'as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At »Oc. Per Wvi k, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLCDIKG POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year 18.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three mon.hs 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 100 Weekly Hkrald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice «o Mail Subscribers. The papers ol all delinquent mall subscribers to the Ixis Angeles Daily HERALD will b promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have l>een paid for in advance. This rule rs inflexible. AVERS & I.YM H. The "Daily Herald" May be found in Sa* 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 stre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

A DAY'S DOINGS. Miscellaneous Local Happen ings Yesterday. A Very Important Piece of Railway News. The Meeting of the Hoard of Education. Affairs in the Chamber of Commerce. Those Who Helped to Decorate the Exhibit. About a week ago James J. Evans, a railway man of this city, returned from a visit to Salt Lake City. He brought the news that a new mad, in addition to the Union Pacific, was seeking to come through from Salt Lake to Los Angeles. He said that large sums of money had been subscribed for the enterprise by Salt Lake capitalists, that a right-of way had been secured for some distance through towns in Central Utah, and that surveyors were now at work on the line as far as into Nevada. The HeBAM) has, at different times, published letters from Thomas Taylor, of Cedar City, Utah, and from citizens of Provo and Nephi, announcing that another road than the Union Pacific was in the field and striking for Los Angeles. The peo ple back of this undertaking are now about ready to rev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

THE COUNCIL. Oty Taxes to be Collected Twice a Year. Stray Dogs to be Placed in the Pound. Mrs. Watson's Petition Refused by a Vote of Five to Three. Sidewalks to be Slate-Colored Hereafter. A Criticism on the Language of the Court. Tlie City Council met yesterday. Pres ident Frankenfield in the chair, and Councilmen Bonsall, Shafer, Brown, Hamilton, Van Dusen, McLain, Sum merland and Winching present. The Street Superintendent asked au thority to employ two permanent in spectors. Some objection having been made to the employment of inspectors permanently, and Major Bonsall having moved that the Street Superintendent lie allowed to employ one man for the Temple-street work, Colonel Morford withdrew his request. The Street Superintendent asked that he be authorized to employ thirty-five teams and sixty-rive men for another thirty-rive days. Granted. The Street Superintendent asked per mission to lay a sewer on Temple street, from Castelar street to Grand avenue. Referred to the sewer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, April 21.—Stocks today showed more genuine strength and acted more like a real bull market than at any time within the past six months. Dealings extended to a greater number of stocks than on any one day in the history of tlie exchange. Specialties made the only material advance for the day, as the move ments in the more active stocks were slow, and amounted to fractional amounts only. The close was firm and active, at something under the best figures as a rule. Governments steady. Petroleum opened steady at 85; spot oil de clined to 83V then became weak and remained so until close. May option declined to 83, re acted, and closed steady at 83V MONEY QUOTATIONS. New Youk, April 21.—Money, on call, easy, 3@4'<i' per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5@7 per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and steady; bO-day bills, $4.85 V demand, $4.87!.,. Bar silver, per oz., 99V San Francisco, April 21—Bar silver, per oz., 100@100V STOCKS AND BON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 22 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 21, 1890: a. hi. 30.02 52 p. m. 29.9!t 5* Bl as tem., 6.'{; min. tem.. 50. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 21.—New York, 42; New Orleans, 02; st. Louis, 90; Cincinnati, 52; Chi cago, 44; Winnipeg, 40. PERSONAL. C. G. Xitt was in from Elsinore. yes terday. W. N. Wade was in from Santa Bar bara yesterday. F. H. Heald.of Klsinore, is in the city on a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jess, of Pomona, were in the city yesterday. Maurice Clark, of the Red River mine, Acton, is in the city. Dr. and Mrs. Thus. Ross are down from Woodland on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Morrill, of < "ceanside, are up on a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. I. Gaston, of Alameda, are among the visitors to Los Angeles. Supervisor T. E. Rowan has returned from a trip to San Luis Obispo county. Mrs. Harry Ettling is visiting her mother, Mrs. I. Fromberg, in San Fran iiisco. Judge and Mrs. Alphonso Taft, of Cin cinnati, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 April 1890

. THE HERALD 1 p" Stands for the Interests of * „ Southern California. FOB IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 10. THE WAGE-WORKERS Labor Convulsions on the Increase. President Gompers Publishes an Address. The Carpenters and Joiners to be Aided in Their Fight. A Tremendous Uprising of Railroad Em ployees at Pittsburg—Strike News in General. Associated Press Dispatches. I Chicago, April 22. —Samuel Gompers, president of the Federation of Labor, to night issued an address to the "wage workers and sympathizers with the progress of America." He says: "In accordance with, the resolution of the Boston Convention of the American Fed eration of Labor to select a trade to make a demand for the enforcement of the eight-hoar work-day, May Ist, the Exec utive Council have decided that the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America shall make the de mand. It appears that the wealth, power and influence of the employing and corporate classes of the country are to be concentrated to defeat the move ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 April 1890

2 THE RAILROADS. Rumors About a Santa Fe Extension to the North. The New Road Between Los An geles and Salt Lake. The Work on the Extension from Milford South. A List of Santa Fe Excursionists—How the Union Pacific Is Stretching Out in Utah. The party of Santa Fe directors and President Manvel departed Monday night for Guaymas. After inspecting the Mexican line they expect to return East. Various rumors have been started with regard to the purpose of this visit, which, it is said, involves an extension of the road to San Francisco. The only evidence existing on this point besides the mere fact of the gentlemen being here is the fact that they stopped off at Mojave on their way back from San Francisco, and spent some time in trav eling about in the desert in that vicinity. It can scarcely be questioned that the Santa Fe has an extension to San Fran cisco put down on its programme of events to come off in the next four or five years, but there does not appear to be sufficient ground f...

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

NATIONAL AFFAIRS. World's Fair Bill Sent to the President. The House Discusses Legislative Appropriations. The Government Not Economically Administered at Present. A Large List of Civil Pensioners Kept on the Department Rolls—Civil Ser vice Reform a Fraud. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, April 22.—1n the House today, Candler, of Massachusetts, moved that the House concur in the Senate amendments to the World's Fair bill. This being agreed to, the bill was finally passed and was sent to the President. The House then went into committee of the whole on the Legislative Appropria tion bill. Butterworth, in a brief explanation of the bill, said that in some of the bureaus of the departments there was substan tially a civil pension list. It consisted ol a number of old persons who had faithfully served the Government in the past, but who were no longer able to perform their duties. They were carried on the rolls, but were of no service to the Government. The committee of ap pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Aykbs. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffiee at I.os Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAOE: Daily Herald, one year ?8.00 . Daily Herald, six months S'ok • Daily' Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 3.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Hebald, three months t>o Illustrated Herald, per copy 1j Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the l.os Angeles Daily Herald will b 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 "I>aily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand: in Chief-o at the Postoffiee news-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith it Sons' news-stand. Fifteenth and Lawrence street...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 April 1890

THE ANNUAL FETE. Auspicious Opening of tlie Flower Festival. The Pavilion Filled With an Admiring Crowd. An Artistic Arrangement of Beautiful Floral Displays. The Various Features Described—The Programme Last Evening—A Good Beginning. The sixth annual flower festival opened last evening at Hazard's pavil ion. In spite of the fact that only a few hours before seeming chaos had pre vailed throughout the building, when the appointed time came every exhibit was in place, the booths were all in per fect form, the flower designs were com pleted, and order reigned supreme. There was no necessity for apologies for things that were not yet completed, but on the contrary, the management was entitled to congratulations on the per fect and auspicious beginning of the fete. \ r ery soon after the doors were opened the clear space of the main floor and the galleries _ was filled with a brilliant crowd. It is estimated that from 3,000 to 4,000 people visited the festival in the course of the eveni...

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

6 CITY MATTERS. E. M. Funk Held to Answer in $1,000 Bonds. The Salvation Army Case in the Courts. Argument as to the Legality of the Ordinance. The Bids for the Central Intercepting Se wer Lower Than Was Expected by Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars. E. M. Funk, the Spring-street jew eler, was yesterday held to answer by Justice Savage on the charge of obtain ing goods from W. H. Keyes, on the 27th of March, last, by means of false and fraudulent representations, under bonds in the sum of $I,OIXI. Funk, it is alleged, took Keyes and a real estate agent, named De Witt, to inspect a piece of land near Orange, which he wished to trade, and showed them a tract at least half a mile away from his own land, as the tract he owned ; and the fraud was aot discovered until Keyes endeavored to sell the tract to P. F.. Wagner, the Main-street jeweler, who on examina tioneof the records disclosed the swindle. THE SALVATIONISTS. The Legality of the Ordinance a Matter of Argument. At nine o'clock yester...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York. April 22.—Stocks today were less active and weaker. The feature was large trad ing and wide fluctuations in sugar refineries. It continued its remarkable rise during the fore noon, today being tlie tenth successive day upon which it moved upward, and the extent of the improvement has reached about 10 per cent. A reaction came late in the day, being sharp and sudden, and the decline from its highest point was 2%, closing a shade better than the lowest The market closed dull, final changes being principally declines, but only for small frac tions. Governments steady. Petroleum opened weak at 81' a for May, and closed steady at 82%. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Naw York, April 22.—Money, on call, easy, 2® 9per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5@7 per cent. Sterling exchange—Quiet and Steady; 00-day bills, *4.55» 4 ': demand, $4.87>: 4 . Bar silver, per oz., 98' 2 . San Francisco, April 22.—Bar silver, per oz., ioo@ioo;-2. STOCKS AND BONDS. ...

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

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 22, 1890; | Ther. a. m. p. m. j 4li I 57 Max. tem., 67; min. tem., 46. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, April 22.—New York. 58; X; m Orleans, 7(t; Bt. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 54; Chi cago, 58; Winnipeg. 44. PERSONAL. G. F. Brown was in from Azusa yester day. W. A. Buxton, of Monrovia,was on the street yesterday. Henry Gibb came over from Pasadena yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Brewer were in from Redlands yesterday. Mrs. I. W. Hellman has returned from her Visit to San Francisco. Major E. H. McDaniell came down from Newhall yesterday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. Buckminster, of Merced, were in the city yesterday. A. F. Wallace and J. W. Wallace, of Alhambra, visited the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Mitchell and Mrs. A. H. Hart, of Redlands, were in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Haver and Mrs. N. S. McAbee, were down from San Ber nardino yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. Jo...

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

~&p~ v ~v~v r *<w '*» ta . THE HERALD 1 * Stands for the Interests of o Southern California. J SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 11. THE SOUTHERN FLOOD The Deluge Continues to Increase. A Sad Outlook for the Sugar Belt. The Work of Rescuing the Inhab itants Goes On. Waves of Lake Ponchartrain Again Driven Into the Crescent City—Heavy Rains in Texas. Associated Press Dispatches. I Bayou Sara, La., April 23. —Another break occurred last night in the Points Coupee levee. The indications are that the entire Pointe Coupee front will be submerged. The water is pouring through the crevasses at Morganza and vicinity, and will overflow the greater portion of the country between the Atchafalaga and tlie Mississippi rivers, extending from Old river above to Bayou Lafourche below, embracing 700 square miles. No news has been received from the in terior of Pointe Coupee parish, but relief boats are taking care of all those who reached the levees. As the critical con dition of the levees h...

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

2 LOCAL MELANGE. Meeting of the Cable Railway Directors. The Road Turned Over to Mr. J. F. Crank. Several Items of Gossip in Railroad Circles. Additions to the Chamber of Commerce Display—The Accident to Mrs. Snedaker Not Serious. The last meeting of the Board of Di rectors of the Los Angeles Cable Railway Company was held yesterday morning. The meeting was a mere formality. The board turned over the road and all its belongings to J. F. Crank, who repre sents the Pacific Railway Company, the organization to which the stock of the original company was transferred. Of this new company Mr. Crank is president and sole local director. It is not known whether Mr. Robinson will remain with the company, but it is gen erally believed that no very extensive change will be made in the personnel of the offices. Both Mr. Crank and Mr. Robinson are reticent about the matter, from which it may be inferred that it is still in doubt. RAILWAY MATTERS. Locomotive Excursionists —The Depart ure of Manag...

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