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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, March 31.—Stocks were exceed ingly dull today. The general list displayed considerable firmness, and the close was dull and steady at slight gains over Saturday's figures. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum—Spot opened steady at 84%; de clined and closed at S4. April option opened strong at 84'j, advanced to 85%, reacted, and closed at 84%. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, March 31.—Money, on call, easy, 3(d)5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, s@7per cent. Sterling exchange—Hull and steady, 00-day bills, $4.83%; demand, $4.8«% Bar silver, per oz., 95%. San Francisco, March 31.—Bar silver, per oz., 95@95% STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, March 31.—Closing quotations: TJ. 8. 4s. Reg 122 :Northwestern 110% V. S. 4s. coup .. 123 !N. W. Preferred 140 IT. S. 4',s reg 124%: N. Y. Central. 106% V. 8. 4%5. coup. 124%; Oregon Imp't 44 Pacific lis 110 Navigation.. ... 97 American Ex... 113 Oregon Short Line 44% Canada Pacific... 72 [Transcont...

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. — 1 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, March 31, 1890: Time. Bar. Ther. Vol a. a.B I>. in. 9 ».B7 4.-. Hi! 85 •_•!» IX w| 8 KM* die* 115 K'Wles Max. (On., 69; mm. tern.. 44. Eastern Temp«rature. Chicago, March Hl.—New York. 3<>; New Orleans, 02: B*. I.ouis. 34; Cincinnati, 32: Chi cago, 30: Winnipeg. 24. "personal. A. S. Ferguson was in from Santa Ana yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George 8. Shattuck, of j l>etroit, are visitors to the city. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Jewett, of Bakers- ! field!, were in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Palmer and daugh ter, of Chicago, are in the city on a visit. J. It. Ilewes and G. AY. Pohnan. of Cincinnati, arrived in the city vester- i day. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Chase, of Keing ston, N. H.. are spending a tew days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Vallette, of Chicago, are visiting Angeles and vicinity. Mr. L. C. Neustadt and family, of Ar rowhead Springs, are in the city for a few days. E. Hickli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 April 1890

COT-vi; T*>- "W >* •** f THE HERALD * r Stands for the interests of v (, L Southern California. a SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. j VOL. XXXtit.—NO. 172. STORM AND FLOOD. Louisville Recovering from Its Affliction. Mnoh Distress at Jeffersonville, Indiana. Ravages of the Tornado In Southern Illinois. Condition of the Overflows Along the Mississippi—A Very Wet Time at Greenville. Associated Press Dispatcher, j Louisville, April I.—The sun came out bright Una morning, ami has been shining all day. The ruins dried off rap idly, and the work of repairing the dam age by the tornado has gone forward energetically. Walls are going up and roofs reappearing on every hand. The work of relief is now proceeding system atically. The clearing of the streets entirely of the wreckage was begun today. A temporary mechan ism has been constructed by which it is hoped the water for the reservoir can be supplied. The health officers fear a great increase in disease as the result of the lack (if water to (lush ou...

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

2 CITY AFFAIRS. Property-Owners and the First-Street Grade. I The West-Enders Want to Get Into the Town. A Difference of Opinion Prevails as to the Proper Cut. Lo, the Poor Indian—The Untutored Hind Desires a School—Charged "With Battery. A meeting took place yesterday after noon at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, called by the committee on parks and boulevards, for the purpose of considering some way of obtaining bet ter grades to the western part of the city. Dr. J. P. Widney was chosen to act as chairman and C. M. Wells as secretary. Dr. Widney stated the object of the meeting. He said: "The heaviest popu lation of the city in the future will be to the weet and south. Either an open way must be cut through the hills to the west, or else the city will grow only south. A few years ago the valuable property of the town was around the Pico house. Now it is further south. If First street is opened up, the ] business center will be fixed where the capital is now invested." C. M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 April 1890

AT THE CAPITAL. Congress Ground Out a Small Wrist Yesterday. The Senate Remained Lonjr in Secret Session. Florida Nominations the Thome of Deliberation. Fortification Appropriations Passed by the House—ldaho Admission Bill on Deck. Associated Press Dispatches.! Washington, April I,—ln the Senate today the House bill authorizing the Mississippi River Commission to pur chase or hire such boats as are immedi ately necessary to rescue the inhabitants in the overflowed districts, was laid be fore the Senate ami passed immediately. Among the bills reported and placed on the calendar were the followin.tr. Senate bill directing the Secretary of Agriculture to cause to be made all necessary field examinations, surveys and experiments with reference to irri gation by overflow waters between the ' 97th degree west longitude and the foot hills of the eastern slope of the Rocky mountains. House bill to amend the census law i n relation to Chinese residents. Then the Senate proceeded to execu tiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postofflee at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 20r. IVr 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 HO Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Office of Publication, 123-125 West Second street. Telephone 156. WEDNESDAY, APRIL fa, 1890, The little town of Norwalk has a new paper, the News, which has just made its appearance. It is edited by C. A. Seay, and is bright and newsy. The Iroquois Club held a grand pow wow in their hall last night. The mem bership was greatly increased, and it was the most spirited and enthusiastic meeting the Democratic braves have yet held. This club is organizing for a red hot campaign, and efficient service may be expe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 April 1890

AROUND TOWN. A Young Girl Becomes Un conscious in a Car. She is Taken to the Police Station for Treatment. A Man Picked Up Insensible Near the Kail road Track. It is Supposed that He Tried to Com mit Suicide and Threw Himself in Front of a Train. About 0 o'clock last night a telephone , message was received at police heaCt quarters that a young woman was either drunk or sick at the Seventh-street power house of the Ixis Angeles Cable Railway Company. Sergeant Jeffries and Officer Sanchez responded in the patrol wagon, and on arrival at the power house, found a young girl sitting on one of the benches on Grand avenue in an unconscious condition. At first it was supposed that she was dead, but she was conveyed to the city jail as speedily as possible, and Dr. Wing was summoned. After noting her symptoms he came to the conclusion that she was suffering from opium poisoning, but as she began to rally and ultimately re gained consciousness, he left her in charge of Jailer Hare, in the wo...

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

6 COMING WEST. A List of People Who Wish to! Come to California. A Document Received at the Chamber of Commerce. The Oood Work Done by the "Cali fornia on Wheels." People Who Ask for Special Information About California — Visitors at the Permanent Exhibit. The secretary of the Chamber of Com merce yesterday received from the State Board of Trade a document which gives some idea of the work accomplished by the "California on Wheels," in adver tising this State through the East. It reads as follows: San Francisco, March 01, 1890. To Affiliated Boards: Below please rind the names of per sons writing to the California State Board of Trade for "special information," also interested parties giving their ad dress to the superintendent of "Califor nia on Wheels," en route : A. L. Cruze, Vincennes, Lee County, lowa, wants to know terms of sale and price of land in Tehama, Sutter, Yuba and Sonoma counties. Everett Ward, Edmonton, N. W. Ter ritory, Canada, with $1,000; also several other young...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York. April I.—The stock market to day was again most intensely dull, though there was a gratifying improvement in the tone of dealing. Almost everything is slightly higher nt tonight's close, compared with last evening. Government bonds were Steady. Petroleum—Spot opened irregular, spot strong at 84% May option, weak at 84. In the early trading May moved up to 84 7 „, but then be came weak and declined to 81!<j; a slight rally followed, after which ;the market gave way again and closed weak at 84 : >.£. Spot fell to 83, and closed weak at that figure. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, April I.—Money, on call, easy, 4@6 per cent. , Prime mercantile paper, s@7per cent. Sterling exchange—Hull und steady; (50-day bills, $4.83% demand, $4.86' a. Bar silver, per oz., 05% San Francisco, April I—Bar silver, per OS.) 95@95Va. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, April I.—('losing quotations; It 8 4s ren .1221., Northwestern lll'/i V. a. 4s! coup.. 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 2 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April 1, 1800: Time. Bur. u. m. 20.94 4S 1>. m. 29.M 82 as 54 Kax. tem..(>7; mm. ten.,43. Eastern Temperature. CHICASO, Apil 1 —New York. 93; New Orleans, OO; B*. Louis. 44; Cincinnati, :i'J: Cai cage, :i 1. w tnnipeg, 18. PERSONAL. J. W. Miller was down from Chino I yesterday: C. W. Roger* and E. W. Hadiey are up Ens San l>iego. Major George E. Gard left for San 1 Francisco yesterday. Mr. ami Mrs. K. Mandell arrived from .New York yesterday. M. L Northrap went northyesterday on the afternoon train. Dr. Folsom, of Arkansas, is visiting Los Voireles with his wile. J. R. Gibba was a passenger 00 the northbound train yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parmalee. of Chicago, are visiting the city. Mr. and Mrs. George Fyfe, of San Ber- 1 nardino, w ere down yesterday. Will Laeey,one of the prominent busi ness men of San Diego, is in the city. T. P. SutherlandandMrs. E. F. Suther land, of San Fra...

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

[ THE HERALD ] P Stands for the Interests of S „ Southern California. A FOR IT. Jj VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 173. ANTI-PROHIBS. lowa Getting Tired of Its Galling Yoke. Both Parties Anxious to Throw It Off. m Much Dissension in the Republican Ranks. The Anti-Frohibs Hold a State Conven tion—Local Option and High License Favored. Associated Press Dispatches. ! Dbb MoINKB, April L.—Tim anti-pro hibition movement within the Republi can party fulminated in a State confer ence today. One hundred and ninety six delegates were present, representing several thousand Republicans. Chair man Collins, of Keokuk, said be Had been a. life-long Prohibitionist and done all in his power to enforce the law in his city, "but failed. Other speeches of a similar vein were made. Ex-Gover nor Kirkwood sent a letter in which, among other things, he said: "Person ally, I favor local option and high license with stringent regulations, but some of our Prohibition friends say if such a change is made, the Republican pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 April 1890

2 THE RAILROADS. Excellent Business Done on All the Lines. A Further Reduction on Cali fornia Products. Numbers of Prominent Railroad Men Visiting' Here. The Work of Repairing the Southern Pacific Line in Soledad Canon. Some of the Changes. The railways are doing an excellent business in these days* both in freight and passengers. The overland trains come in moderately well filled and the local passenger traffic is good. The San Francisco train usually consists of twelve cars, all well filled with passengers. In every way the business done by the roads is much better than it was at this time a year ago. Word was received yesterday at the Santa Fe offices that Mr. Hynes, who is at present in the freight traffic conven tion at San Francisco, had moved to have mixed carloads of oranges, lemons and vegetables carried at the general rate of $1.12 1 .; to Missouri river points and $1.25 to Mississippi river points and Chicago. This is designed to facilitate the handling of the remains of ...

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

AT WASHINGTON. The Senate Takes Up the Montana Contest. The House Considers The Idaho Admission Bill. Republican Chicanery Denounced in Both Houses. The Anti-Trust Bill Revised—The Pan- American Conference Decides on a Monetary Union. Associated Press Dispatches.] Washington, April 2. —In tlie Senate today, Edmunds, from the judiciary committee, reported back the Anti- Trust bill in the form of a substitute, and said that as soon as the Montana election case is disposed of the bill would B£ taken up. The conference report on the Urgent Deficiency bill was presented and agreed to. The House recedes from its dis agreement to the Senate amendment as to irrigation surveys, with the proviso that no part of the amount shall be ex pended in sinking wells or the construc tion of irrigation works, and that the Government shall not be committed to any plan of irrigation. The Montana Case. The Senate then proceeded to con sideration of the Montana election case, the majority report being in fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 April 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PCW.IKRED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph P. Lynch. James J. Aykrs. AVERS & LYNCH, - PUBLISH ERS. [Entered at the postoffloe at Ix>s Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 30c. Par Week, or SOc. Per Month. TERMS BY MAI!., INCHDiNi; postaci:: Daily Herald, one year 98.00 Daily Herald, six months 4.25 Daily Herald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months LOO Weekly Herald, three months SO lI.HMII.ITHII Herald, per copy 16 Office of Publication. 133-125 West <ecnnd Btreet. Telephone 15ti. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1890, Republicanism in lowa is on the rack. The party is split in two on the pro ' hibition question, and that Janus-faced political organization is in the throes of dissolution over a mug of beer. Tim local elections 'in several Western cities and townships on Tuesday went Democratic. Milwaukee elects a Demo cratic Mayor, and the township elections in Illinois gave sweeping majorities to the Democratic tickets....

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

LOCAL NEWS. A Small Boy Deceives the Police Officers. His Story Found to Be Untrue Just in Time. .Major Hell's Case Goes Over Until Next Saturday. A Former Citizen of Monrovia Imprisoned in Nebraska on a Charge of Incest. Other Items. About a week ago Sergeant \V. TV .Iclfries, of the police force, found a boy about 14 years of age on the street and took him to the station, where he told a pitiful story of neglect, that touched the heart-of the. sergeant to its core. He was a bright-looking lad, ami his ap parent honesty and modest demeanor convinced the kindly policeman of the truth of his story at once. When the Chief arrived at the office the sergeant informed him of his "arrest," and the boy was summoned into the presence of the head of the department. He then repeated his story, stating that bis step mother and father, who formerly lived at San Diego, had gone to Canada the day before, arid shipped him, with his gripsack, to Los Angeles, with a volume of good advice and an empt...

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

6 THE POLICE BOARD. A Number of Saloon Licenses Granted. The Salary of the Detective Force Discussed. The Commissioners Think That It Should he Raised. Vaiious Routine Matters Considered at Length - Several Petitions Acted Upon. The Police Commissioners met yester day afternoon in the Mayor's office,]). Gilbert Dexter in the chair, and Messrs. Collins. Lewis and Mayor Hazard pres ent. Tin- Chief having reported favorably upon the following applications for saloon licenses, all were granted: E. Ilear, '-'43 Aliso street; A. Belli, 131 Upper Main street; A. Schwartz, 215 North Spring street, and Frank Mitchell, southeast coiner Los Angeles and First streets, and P. Degrazier, 700 Upper Main street. The applications of Louis Ehinger for a transfer of Theo. Lohmann's license at No. 486 North Main street, to him, and of F. Paglinso, for G. Mazzaferro's license, at No. (>l!3 Upper Main street, were granted. The following petitions lor permits to obtain new licenses were referred to the...

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

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. j EXCHANGE REVIEW. I New Yobk, April 2.—The Ktock market to- ; <liiy was. so fur as its tune rocs, a repetition of j that <>f yesterday, but there was decidedly more activity, and the Strong tone was much more pronounced. Tlie most significant movement was In the Big Four, which, with other Vander- f bilts, moved up rapidly on large business for that stock, on the report that tlie Yandcrbilts had secured control of the Cincinnati, Wabash and Michigan, which would be operated by the Big Four, and that a traffic arrangement had been formed with the Mackey system, which would be a benefit to both parties concerned. The upward movement made good though slow progress through the whole list, and almost everything trailed in allows fractional gains at close. Government bonds were steady. Petreleuni—Opened irregular; spot weal; at 61; May steady at 91% May was weak in the early trading, and declined to 70%; spot tailing ih the same time to 80%. The mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 3 April 1890

8 DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, April '2, 1800: 5:07 it. ru., 5:07 p. mJ 86 71 Max. tern., 70; mm. tern., 43. Eastern Temperature. Chicago, Apil New York. 34: New Orleans. 70; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 30; Chi cago, 30: Winnipeg, 30. PERSONAL. .). ('. Warren is in from El Paso on a vifit. <i. 0. Brown was <lowu from Pomona yesterday. J. H. Goldsmith was in from Redondo yesterday. Mrs. K. E. Crampton will return from San Diego today. My. and Mrs. F. White came in from Pomona yesterday. Hancock Banning came over from Pasadena yesterday. A. S. Ferguson came up from Santa Ana yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker, of Chicago, are visiting l-"s Angeles. Mrs. M. H. Pettit, of Kenosha, Wis., is visiting in Bos Angeles. A. A. Graves, of San Francisco, 4s again visiting Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McKnight were in from Long Beach yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hass, of San Fran cisco, are visitors to Los Angeles. W. S...

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

Fthe herald { ) p Stands for the Interests of „ Southern California. A t SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. VOL. XXXIII. —NO. 174. AT THE EAST. The Latest Wrinkle in Dia mond Robberies. A Bold Scheme That Failed in Execution. a Fierce Encounter VVitli the Wouhl- Re Robber. Horace Greeley's Old Homestead Burned. A Maniac's Mad Freak With Fire—Other Items. Associated press Dispatches.] Chicago, April 8. —An exciting hand to-hand encounter for $1,500 worth of diamonds occurred today in a room at the Palmer house. A young man registered Sunday under the name of Ralph Allen. Today he sent to several jewelry stores, asking that some diamonds be sent for inspec tion, saying he was laid up with a sprained ankle. Salesman Bigler was sent from Hyman & Co.'s to make in quiries, and found Allen apparently all right. He was still suspicious, how ever,and when he returned with the gems had a porter stationed outside the door. After discussing the proposed purchase several moments, Allen grasped a heavy cane a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 4 April 1890

2 A STRANGE DEATH. Mrs. Sherbourne Reported Lost in tlie Mountains. The Queer Mission that Took Her There. She Was a Clairvoyant and Thought She Could Locate Mines. Two Men Took Her to Arcadia, Where She Expired—Her Body Cremated Shortly Afterward. A strange story of the death of a woman from exposure in the mountains was brought over from Arcadia a few days ago, since which time the affair has been the subject of considerable comment among the friends and ac quaintances of the deceased. On the night of the 17th of March a buggy containing two men and a woman, who was delirious, drove up to the hotel at Arcadia, a town on the San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit and the Santa Fe lines, about three-quarters of an hour from Los Angeles. The men demanded rooms and accommodations for them selves and the woman, and in reply to questions gave the names of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram and J. A. Murray. The supposed Mr. and Mrs. Bertram were | assigned to a room, as also was Mr. Mur- i ray, and as the ...

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