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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 March 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. Tlie House Wrestles With Army Appropriat ions. Objection Made to Furnishing Beer to Soldiers. The Senate Votes $6,200,000 for Gal veston Harbor. The House Naval Appropriations Bill Completed—The Pathfinder Or dered Released. • Associated Press Dispatches, i Washwoton, March 29.—After busi ness of minor importance, t<><lay, the House went into committee oi the \\ dole on the Army Appropriation bill. Morse said the provision for an appro priation of $1(M>,000 for canteens at the poste, showed;that among the things to' be sold at these posts, were beer and light wines, and a Government beer sa loon was to be connected with a library and reading-room. He protested against this as an outrage against temperance and the Christian people of this country. Morse's amendment that no alcoholic liquors be sold to enlisted men in any canteen was adopted, 52 to 45, many Democrats who were opposed to the proposition voting for it, in order that there may be a yea and nay...

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. — 30 March 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED— SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postofflee at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 10c. 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 60 Illustrated Herald, per copy .*.. .15 Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 156. SUNDAY, MARCH 29, IK9O, A DEMOCRATIC UPRISING. The Democracy in this county and all over the State are making preparations for a vigorous and aggressive campaign. In this city the clubs are filling up with active and enthusiastic members, and there is a spirit and elan animating the rank and file of the party that is in stinct with the prestige of a sweeping victory. We have everything to encour age us. The Republicans have abused the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 March 1890

LOCAL EVENTS. Tlie Electric Railroad to Start Running. It Will be Improved and Putin Good Order. New Cars Now Being Built and the System to be Changed. Plans for the Relief of the Unemployed Discussed by the Citizens—Gossip About the Railroads. Dan McFarland returned to the city yesterday from a visit to the East, dur ing which he put through the sale of the Electric road. He was seen last even ing, at his residence on Figueroa street, by a reporter of the Herald. He said: "The sale of the road was re ported to you by telegraph when it took place. We have made a contract witli Sprague & Co., of New York, for an elec tric plant for eight and one-half miles of road. A new track will be laid, begin ning at the Plaza and running up Los Angeles street to Wall, thence by Myrtle avenue to Pico and out to Pico Heights. The other division of the road will not be touched at present. The Sprague sys tem, which is under the Edison patents, is in use In many Eastern cities, among which are S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 March 1890

6 CHAMPAGNE IMPORTATIONS. Sparkling Wines Rapidly Increasing in the Customs List. The annual returns of the importa tions of champagnes into this country during the last calendar year have just been published by the Government, and show a total of ;>25,5t!8 cases of all brand*, being far in excess of any previous im- j (xirt ations. Below we print the importations of champagne as far back as 1872, and we believe that these figures will interest our readers, as it has been often said that the champagne business was a good barometer of the general business of the country. They were: CASKS. CASES. In 1872 .239,811 In 1881 360,209 •• 1873 207,259 " 1882 307.591 " 1874 153,082 " 1883 300,233 "1878 . 154,834 "1884 200,034 " 1876 139,313 -1885 216.662 » 1877 .132.689 "1888 ...236,791 ■• isTs 196,349 • 1887 338,178 "1879 ..159.261 •• isss .387,480 " ISSO 214.732 11880. ..h. .325,568 A look at these tables will show how champagne importations decreased hardly one-fourth after the panic of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 March 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New Yor.K, March 29.—Stocks continue to show a diminished volume of business, and the ransactions today were in all probability the smallest on record, while fluctuations were strictly on the same plane. Close was heavy, though final changes are in all cases insignifi cant. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum opened weak at 84 r ' h ; became dull and closed firm at 85. WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT. New York, March 29.—Reserve increase, $915,000: specie Increase, $1,523,000; cash on band in excess of 25 per cent., $1,332,000. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, March 29.—Money, on call, easy, v>'ith no Loans. Prime mercantile paper, s(ii7per cent. Sterling exchange—Dull and steady; 00-day bills. $4.54; demand, $4.87. Bar silver, per oz., 955 a. San Francisco, March 29.—Bar silver, per oz., 95@f>5!.. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, March 29.—Closing quotations; U. S. 4s. Reg . .122 Northwestern 110'g IT. S. 4s. coup .. 123 [N. W. Preferred 140 V. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 30 March 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles. March 29, 1890: Rate. Uhi'. Tb*r. 11 u. ni, p. m.i Max. tern., tis; in in. teni., 52. Indications. Sis Fram isco. March 28—Forecast till 8 p. m. Sunday, lor California: Fair weather, pre ceded by leoal rains ill northern portion; westerly winds: wanner. Eastern Temperature. CHICAOO, March 29.—New York, 34; New Orleans, 54: St. Louis, 96; Cincinnati, 34; Chi cago, 26: Winnipeg, 10. PERSONAL. Mrs. .1. B. Lankershim departed for the North yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gocxlkind. oi Ven tura, are down for a few days. J: P. Taggart departed for Fran cisco on tlie afternoon train yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sykes, of Terra Haute, Ind., are paying la>s Angeles a visit. Miss Alice N. Hixson lias gone to Po mona to spend a few days with Miss Mary Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. E. Smith. Mrs. Cora Smith and Frank Smith, of Oenver, are visiting the city. Lieut. Dapray, who has been paying Los Angeles a visit, st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

jot— [" THE HERALD P stands for the Interests of ™ „ Southern Culiforntn. . j4 L SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. j VOL. XXXIII.—NO. 170. LEAKING LEVEES. No Marked Chiuige on the Lower Mississippi. The Waters Still Encroaching at Many Places. . People Rapidly Moving Out of the Flooded Districts. Great Damage to Railroad Property—Much Suffering Among the Drowned-Out Inhabitants. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 New Orleans, March :!0. —Advices.- from various points regarding the Mis sissippi levees show no marked change today, except in the vicinity of Skip with, where the water is steadily ad vancing. The towns of Mayersville, Fitlew and Hayes cannot escape an in undation similar to that at Skipwith. The Skipwith people are moving as ra pidly as possible. There is no danger to ' human life, and most of the stock has been taken to safe ground. In Madison parish the levee bank is crumbling rapidly, but a new one is be ing built and may be completed in time to save the country. The railroads in that vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

2 COUNTY INTERESTS Interview With Secretary Nolan of San Diego. He Likes the Chamber of Com merce Exhibit. Good Words for the Ladies' Anne From the Eastern Press. The Valuable Aid Which the Women ar* Able to Give to tin Enter prise of this Kind. Secretary George M. Nolan, of the San IMego Chamber of Commerce, was in the city Saturday and attended tlie meeting at the Chamber of Commerce to represent San Diego's interests in the proposed exhibit at' Chicago. Mr. Nolan beiieves that this exhibit will be of im mense benefit to Southern California, and thinks that if it is started it should be kept up fas the very best style. Through the medium of this exhibit many people who are doubtful about the productiveness of Southern California can see for themselves the fruits and other products of the soil raised here. He also expressed surprise that Secre tary Patton, of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commence, had been able to obtain so good an exhibit within such a short s]*ace of time. This exh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

SOCIAL NEWS. A Fairly Active Week All Over the City. Reports of the Most Recen£ Pleasurable Events. Numerous Receptions and Several j Surprise Parties. Weddings, Birthday Celebrations, Enter tainments Concerts—Musicales—Card Parties and Other Gatherings. The fourth reception of H. J. Kramer, at his academy, was given on Friday evening. The ladies of Fort-street HI. E. church will give an Oriental Tea, op Wednesday evening, at the residence oi Rev. and Mrs. li. S. Cantine. On Saturday evening the Bakers' Union gave a ball at Turner hall. There was a large attendance, ami it very en joyable evening was passed. , Mrs. J. J. Woodwortli, assisted by Mrs. Langtri and Krs. De Camp, gave a progressive hearts party Tuesday even ing, at the residence of Mrs. Woodwortli on Hill street. About fifty guests were present, a delicious supper was served and dancing enjoyed. Mrs. Dr. Burbank received her hosts of friends at her elegant residence, No. 523 South Main street, Wednesday after noon. She w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. Jamks J. Avers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at I.os Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20c. Per Week, or 80c. Ver Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year $SOO Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months '2 25 Weekly Hebji.ii. mio year 2.00 Weekly Hkkald. six months .... 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months HO Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 15U. MONDAY, MARCH 31. 1890, JAMES ADDISON PERALTA REAVIS. There are few instances in history of a more persistent purpose to surmount apparently insurmountable difficulties in the pursuit of a set determination than the gentleman whose name heads this article has shown in his effort to successfully assert his claim to a monster grant of land in Arizona. Miss Myra Games devoted her life to the establish ment of her father's claim to an est...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

BASEBALL. A Game for tlie Benefit of the Orphan Asylums. The Police Victorious Over the Constables. The Score Stands Twenty to Four teen at the Close. A Large Crowd of People "Witnesses the Contest—Other News of the Diamond Field. Fully 1,800 people congregated at the Athletic, park yesterday afternoon to witness the annual ball game between the rival nines of the constable and police forces for the benefit of the orphans of the city, and it was generally conceded at the (dose of the game that the spectators had obtained a full re turn upon their investments. The teams turned out on parade before the game, and started from the police station at 1 o'clock sharp, in the follow ing order: Platoon of police, under Sergeant Fletcher; platoon of constables, headed by H. S. Clement and Fred. C. Smith; band; Umpire Goldie in a blue black blazer; "Detective" Sam, the colored mascot, attired in a stove-pipe hat and white jacket, carrying a bucket of water and a huge sponge ; the rival nines i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

6 THE PLAINS ACROSS. The JMary that J. M. Hixsou Kept iv I84t». He Gets Through the slough of • tospoitd In the Terrible Sinks of the Hum bohlt. He Survives Where Hundreds Perish from Their Inability to Obtain Water. Continuing the diary of J, M. Hixson, now a real estate dealer, kept while crowing the plains in 1849, which the 11 KKAij) has been publishing, the follow ing chapter brings the narration to the sinks of the Humboldt: The first twelve miles of our road this morning was good. Here we reached Salt creek —or rather a slough from the pools—into the waters of which all the substances, such as alkali, borax, salt, etc., had been thrown together. For some distance the surrounding flats were almost impassable, not swampy as one would understand by the word, but rot ten. With great difficulty we passed over this place, wagons sinking to the bed, mules miring, etc. After crossing this slough we had a good road for eight miles, when we came to a point of sand of less than a mile, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

ADVERTIZED LETTERS. List of Letters Remaining Uncalled For at the Los Angeles Postoffice March 31, 1890. LADIES' LIST. Adams. Isabella Allen. Katie Andersen, Mrs Dr X Ansmendes. Manna II Anstt'Hd, Miss Florence Apple, Mrs M X Atchison, Mrs Mattie Bard, Miss Ella Pali's, Mrs J L Bandy, Mrs Mary Bandeen. M iss Nellie linker. Miss Helen M Baker. Mrs Isis F Bonelle, Mmc X I Bos well, Mrs Bailie Bontall, Miss Eliza Bonner, Daisy Bonner, Mary E Boise. Mrs Celcstia E Bryson, Mrs jas Blackington, Miss A Birdsnll, Miss Kutb Biggs, Mrs Alice M Borrea. Borneo Burn. Miss Mary Boothe, MrsOttO Bryan, Miss Amelia Brown, Mrs Matde Brown, Mrs E Brooks, Miss Gussie 2 Brousseuu, Mrs Julius Bronnan, Miss Ella Breed, Miss L A Brennan, Mrs Annie Bradbury, Miss Mora Boyle, Mrs Hover, Miss Hannah Buttler, Jennie Burton, Mrs L Bradbury, Miss Flora Burbower, Mrs A - Burborder, Mrs A CahiU, Annie Cannon, Miss Llwle Campbell, Mrs Elma A Carpenter, Mrs 1 has h I'arr, Miss Elizabeth It Carter, Mrs E I 1 2 Caoss,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 31 March 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. — ~~ ■ ===== * United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Lot Angeles, i March 30, 1890: Bar. | Ther. a. m.' Mux. torn.. 80; miv. torn., 40. PERSONAL. lire, Lucius Wright is up from San Diego. R. R. Street was in from San Pedro ye-terday. ('. K. Watkins is down from Sun Francisco on v short visit. Dr. and Mrs. Trew, of San Gabriel, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Seth Marshall, of San Bernar dino, is visiting friends in Los Angeles. Col. and Mrs. Merritt, of Strawberry Valley, are spending [two weeks in Los Angeles. Miss "Grace LyonsTand Miss E. E. Kruse, of San Bernardino/Jwere ha the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Greenleaf, of Chi cago, are spending the spring in this part of the State. nr — v i.«s.--.'-:,jb^.- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ferguson and Wm. Ferguson, of Memphis, Term., are visitors to Los Angeles. Dr. Dryer and family, of Santa Ana, are being visited by C. J. Lipe and family, of Los Angeles. Wayne Mason leaves this week on a business ...

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

ggr-m; <9~Hf W W' *2 [ THE HERALD p Stands for the Interests of L Southern California. J SUBSCRIBE FOX IT. } VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 171. BROKEN IN SPIRIT. A Gloomy Day at Lll-Fated Louisville. The Snow and Wet Cause Much Suffering. A Flood in the River and Vet a Water Famine Imminent. Vandals Despoil the Dead—lncendiarism Attempted—Latest Estimate of the Victims. Associated Press Dispatches. | Louisville, March 81.—With four inches of water-soaked snow, slowly melting, the situation in the devastated district has been gloomy today, and Aany people tonight are broken in spirit though their physical wants are supplied. Most of the streets in the dis trict- are ankle deep in mud and water. The worst result of the vet is not so much in additional injury to property as iv suffering, owing to the ill-hearth of the poorly - protected peo ple. Scores of families are protected only by hastily put up boards or canvas, and they are wet and cold. There is plenty of food, however, and the relief c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 1 April 1890

2 THE COUNCIL. Mayor Hazard Sends in An other Message. Why the Treasurer Didn't Let the Money Go. Ordinances Passed Notwithstanding: the Vetoes. Several Street Matters Discussed—Plant ing of Trees in the Parks—Other Routine Masters. The City Council met yesterday morn ing, President Frankenfield in the chair, and Messrs. Hamilton, Brown, Shafer, Bun sail, Summerland, McLain and Van Dusen present. Mayor Hazard returned without his approval the contract to board the police patrol horses, which he said should be left under the control of the Police Com mission. The cheapest way was not al ways the best way to keep the horses. Mr. Hamilton moved that the vote whereby the contract was approved be reconsidered. Carried. Mr. Hamilton moved that the Mayor's objections be sustained. Mr. Van Dusen wanted to know if the Mayor himself had not suggested that all work for the city be let by contract. He was informed that the Mayor had suggested the making of contracts for all city expenditures. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 1 April 1890

51ST CONGRESS. Reagan Speaks on the Silver Question. Tlie Dependent Pension Bill Passes the Senate. The Amendments of Plumb ami < all Rejected. The House Passes the Army Appropri ation Bill After Expunging the Prohibition Clause. Associated Press Dispatches. I Washington, March 31.—1n the Hen ate today, after routine business, Reagan addressed the Senate on tlie 1-ill for the issue of treasury notes on the deposit of silver bullion, The bill, he said, was in tended to relieve the country from the effects of the worse than a blunder of Congress in suspending silver coinage in 1878. He regarded it as a hopeful sign that the Republican Senate was about to join in the great work, even though the remedy proposed might not be the best. Tt was to be regretted that tlie commit tee had not reported a bill for the free and unlimited coinage of silver as well as gold. He would favor the payment of the bonded debt of the Govern ment in silver as well as gold; tlie issue of coin certificates ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 1 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Avkrs. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-cla«K matter.' DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30c. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, ISCLCDIMG POST Ad*: 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 Hkkald. six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 00 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 123125 West Second street. Telephone 150. TUMSPAvT A I'ltlL 1, IS9O, REPUBLICAN TARIFF-TINKERS. The war-tariff Republicans in making j their proposed new schedule actually tried to put raw hides and raw silk on 1 the dutiable list! Greater madness or \ greater ignorance waa never before dis- j played by any body of legislators. When ; raw hides were on the dutiable list be fore the tanneries in all parts of the ' country were closed up, and all our leather was imported. The duty w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 1 April 1890

ABOUT THE CITY. ('rushed Under tlie Wheels of a Heavy Wagon. A Serious Accident That Befell George Bradford. A Woman Dies From the Neglect of Her Attendant. The Verdict Pf the Coroner's Jury—Testi ■ mony at the Inquest--Other Items of Interest. About 8 o'clock yesterday morning (ieorge Bradford, a house-mover, resid ing at 916 West Twelfth street, was en gaged in moving a small house at the corner of Seventh and Regent streets, when he met with an accident, which may cause him the loss of one or both of his legs. The house was raised on trucks behind, but the front part rested upon a wagon drawn by a team of horses. The building having been at tached to the vehicle and everything be ing secure, Bradford started the team forward. Instead of driving from the seat of the wagon, as usual, Bradford took up a position on the ground close behind the horses, with the lines in his hands, and while glancing back at the building'as a precautionary measure, Le carelessly stepped in front of the...

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

6 THE CHAMBER. Finance Committee on the Chicago Exhibit. Some Important Meetings to Be Held this Week. The Work of Jlmproving the Perma nent Exhibit Coins; Ahead. Recent Visitors to the Exhibit Hall—Com munications Sent Out by the Secre tary—Meeting of the Ladies. The work oi raising the necessary hinds for the permanent exhibit in Chi cago will he promptly begun by a special ii nance committee, which was appointed yesterday. It consists of the following gentlemen: D. Freeman, E. F. Spence, H. C. Witmer, Geo. H. Bonebrake, Chas. Silent, E. W. Jones, J. M. C. Marble, L. N. Breed, Jno. E. Plater. The secretary of the chamber yester day addressed a communication to each one of the members of this committee to the following effect: '"At a meeting of the Chamber of Com merce and citizens of Southern Califor nia, held on Saturday, March 29th, it was decided to keep an exhibit of South ern California products in Chicago for two years. The executive committee de cided that it would cost $1,...

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