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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 July 1890

COLD AND SILVER. Senator Teller's Bi-Metallic Resolution. He Wants Both Metals to be Legal Tender Money. An International Monetary Confer ence Advocated. The House to Vote on the Conference Sil ver Bill Today—Congressional Proceedings. .'Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Washington, July 11. —In the senate today Teller introduced a joint resolu tion declaring it to be the determined policy of tbe United States to use both gold and silver as full legal tender money ; instructing the president to in vite the governments of the Latin union countries and such other nations as he may deem advisable to- join the United fitatee in a conference to adopt a com mon ratio between gold and silver for the purpose of establishing the inter national use of bimetallic money and securing a fixity of the relative value between those metals, the conference to be held at such place as may be mutually agreed upon by the executives of the governments joining in it; and when, in the judgment of the president...

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. — 12 July 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAVB A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. [Entered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Me. Per Week, or 80c. Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Herald, one year 18.00 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 Notice to Mail Subscribers, tfhe papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the suae have been paid for in advance. This rule isjnflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Daily Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice mews-stand, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 July 1890

AROUND TOWN. The Trial of T. A. Brooks on a Serious Charge. He is Found Guilty by the Jury. A Marriage that Was Not Performed by a Preacher. The Second - Street Cable Road—An Ef fort to Start it Running Over the Hills. The trial of Thomas A. Brooks, charged with the rape of Anna Caskey, of Santa Monica, on April Ist last, was resumed yesterday morning before Judge McKin ley and a jury in department 0 of the superior court. The first witness called was A. B. Whitney, the deputy county clerk who had charge of the register in which all marriage licenses are recorded at the time of their issuance. He testified that no license was issued for the marriage of the defendant to the girl, Anna Cas key, nor had any one applied for one, as far as he knew. Walter S. Marchant, a deputy county recorder, corroborated the testimony of the preceding witness by stating that no license for the mar riage of the parties named was on the records. ■ Mrs. Frank Sbafer, the wife of the proprietor of a lodgin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 July 1890

6 THE LEAGUE. THE PROCEEDINGS AT YESTER DAY'S SESSION. "The "World of Today" Discussed by Rev. J. B. Young, of Kansas City—Notes and Personals. Mrs. Osborne opened the meeting yes terday morning with singing as usual, and met with as nattering a reception as ever. After a prayer by Rev. Dr. Wil liams, Mr. Cole introduced Rev. J. B. Young, D. D., of Kansas City, who, in his lecture, "The World of Today," de livered one of the most masterly efforts to which the assembly has yet listened. He said: The time in which a man lives has a very great effect upon his character, knowledge and pursuits. The saying, "The age makes the man," is, to a certain extent, true. More atten tion is now being given to environment. Its impress is ever upon us. This truth is so plain that 1 scarcely need to urge before an intelli gent audience the beauty and necessity of studying the world of to day. No sin is more fearfully avenged upon men and nations than a failure to read the signs of the times. It was t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 July 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. exchange- review. Niw York. July 11.—Thestock market opened from $i to % higher today. Although London figures were rather heavy toward noon, trusts looked up and hecame the feature of the trad ing. Sugar displayed some of its old-time ani mation, moving up about 3 per cent. The mar ket closed dull, hut firm to strong, at the best prices of the day. Northern Pacific is up IV£; Missouri Pacific, 1. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum opened steady. Spot at 87} 4; August, The market advanced % for spot and % in August options, followed by dull ness, which extended to the close. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, July 11.—Money, on call, easy, 3@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5@7 per cent. Sterlingexehnngi—Active, firm; 60-day bills, $4-84%; demand, $4.89. Bar silver, per oz., $1.0634. Ban Francisco, July 11.—Bar silver, per os., $1.05@7. stocks and bonds. New York. July 11.—Closing quotations: U. S. 4s. Reg 121> 2 Northwestern 110V 2 TJ. S. 4s. coup....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 12 July 1890

8 HERE WE GO As Usual, Always Atai it may appear ahead of time to announce Tbe Greatest Slaughter Ever Made. WE FEEL IT IN OUR BONES That general every day selling off reduction fakes will be made by some of our would-be competitors. Therefore we make the following announcement to place the public on their guard. It is our positive determination Not to Carry Over One Dollar's Worth of Our Spring Stock And consider it the best and correct policy to cut the price at the time the public can appreciate Bargains Bargains IT'S USELESS TO SLAUGHTER GOODS MEN THE SEASOI IS OVER We have ahead of us at least three months of hot weather, during that time we hope to reduce our stock so low that the packing away will be entirely out of the question. We wish it also distinctly understood that The Raising of tie Former Price to Meet the He Won IS NOT PERMITTED BY US. Our entire force has been busily engaged CHICAGO Highest of all in Leavening-Power.—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1880. Baking ABSOLU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

k THE HERALD ] P Stands for the Interests of "2 L Southern California. „ SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J jih tSi—iOx. rts ,CS cib rfr, foft VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 92. WAS IT SPITEWORK? Second Explosion of the Steamer Tioga. Two More Men Seriously Injured. Fifteen Dead as the Result of the First Disaster. Many Others Missing—The Cause of the Explosions Remains a Mystery. Crooked Work Suspected. Associated Press Dispatches I Chicago, July 12. —Tonight another terrific explosion occurred on the big freight steamer Tioga that was wrecked last evening by an unexplained concus sion in its hold. Fire again broke out, and for a moment It seemed as if the huge vessel and cargo were doomed. The lire department, however, were promptly 01? the scene, and soon got the flames under control. Two men were injured by tonight's explosion, Hans Christian son and Thomas Johnson, members of the wrecking crew. Both were taken out alive, but are seriously burned and bruised. The second disaster puts out of ques tion all att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

2 SOCIAL WHIRL. The Summer Resorts Attract The People. A Quiet Week in all Parts of the City. Several Weddings During the Past Week. Receptions, Surprise Parties, Entertain ments, Musicals, Birthday Gather ings, and Other Matters. There was very little life in social matters last week. Everybody was out of town. The French Society will give a grand ball at Hazard's pavilion on Monday evening. The Vernon Congregational church has the Deestrick Schule in rehearsal, and will present it some evening next week. Miss Louie AVright, assisted by her pupils, will give a musicale next Friday evening at the Boyle Heights M. E. church. The Oxymels met at the residence of Miss Lockhart, on Ottawa street, Mon day evening, and discussed Maria Bash ki'rtseff as an author. A very pleasant entertainment of the -week was a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. I. Rees at their residence on Brit tania avenue last Tuesday evening. A party consisting of Mr. and Miss Libbv, II." L. Pinney, and Messrs. Mc- Murra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

PASSED THE HOUSE. The Conference Silver Bill Disposed Of. Now Ready for the President's Signature. Mr. Bland Likens it to a Sugar-Coated Quinine Pill. The Tonnage and Postal Subsidy Marine Bills Pass the Senate—Other Wash ington News. Associated Press Dispatches. 1 Washington, July house '.to day adopted the report of the conference committee on the silver bill —yeas, 122_; nays, 90 (a strict party vote), thus finally passing the bill. The senate passed the tonnage subsidy bill—yeas, 29; nays, 18. The only ex ceptions from being a strict party vote were that Payne voted with the Repub licans for the bill, and Edmunds and Plumb with the Democrats against it. The senate also passed the postal sub sidy bill (29 to l(i), Payne and Edmunds again voting with the opposite parties, and Plumb not voting. Representative Anderson, of Kansas, in the house today, offered for reference a resolution revoking all leaves of ab sence except on account of sickness, after Tuesday next. The letter publi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. —rvausMßo — • EVEN DAYS A WEEK. , Jwtra v Lisv H. Jamks Layers. AYKRS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. fßatered at the posiomoe st I.os Angeles as HsnHHsl matter. ] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At **c. rw Week, or 80c. Fer Month. TERMS BY MAIL. INCLUDING rosTAGE: Vat iv InuD, one year $S 00 Daily Herald, six months * 33 Daily Herald, three months 2 2,v Weekly Herald, one year 2 00 Wiult Hrkald, six months I «v Weekly Herald, three months *V ILLCST RATED HERALD. VKT C, p> Notice to Mail SnKK-rlVer*. Jhe papers ol s'.'. .. . .m* - - sv« to the Los Ane.''..s DAILI BMMM ycomptly sttss N * < wtU be sent to ctttwettfctm ■* Wl ti — ' isjnflextblc. LVI ■ 4 8 ■ TKe ••tXatV> H*r»tN* Hay tv fours'. -.- s-s ■ r-n- v...- . v "i < v hotel no-s ttM I ■~..»..,. wr*-st»* : . *TV .... V •t Smith A > - • • *"•-! Lawrence stw< i*. Ofllce of l"»K5<». - v Second •tree t. Tv'. rr>Vssf -Nft s\rtKPO >m ij tssw. Ptaioxv is happy and is putting ou boom airs. Prof. F. W, HUgHd is down...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

ABOUT THE CITY. The Second-street Cable Road Fund. An Ex-Deputy Constable Ar raigned for Extortion. The Record of the Building Permits for the Week. The De Lesseps' Ditch—Spanish Amer ican Democratic Club—Other Items of Interest. The Crown Hill Improvement Society met last night in mass meeting to further agitate the question of raising the Sec ond-street railway subsidy. _A. Mac- Farland presided. The following sub scriptions were reported raised since the last meeting: W. H. Mead, $50; Thomas Edwards, $100; Jennie M. Hayes, $100; A. S. Kimball, $50; Samuel D. Brodtbeck, $25; C. H. Frines, $150; Mr. James, $00; Niles Pease, $100; George Hooser, $25; S. J. Haas, $50; M. V. Collins and John Hunt, $125; A. Butel, $50; J. T. Shew ard, $200; R. W. Dromgold, $80; Chas. Meyer, $20; M. 11. Gas tin, $20; J. C. Rockhill and C. H. Case, $50; F. H. Crawford, $25; Harry Chandler, $25; A. I. Newton, $75; J. O. Keopfl, $50; John L. Truslow, $20; R. M. Pratt, $25; Frank Walker, $60 ; John Furrer, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

6 OUT OF TOWN. Interesting Items From Co vina and Vicinity. The Fruit Crop Reported as Paying; Well. A Tent Burned to the Ground at Redondo Beach. Notes and Personals Gathered at the ISeashore—ltems From Santa Monica. Correspondence of the Herald.J The Fourth passed off pleasantly and ■quietly, though very warm. A great many Covinaites went to Los Angeles. Englehardt's fruit-drying business at Glendora is undoubtedly a success. He has sold a number of carloads of dried apricots to Chicago men for 11% cents per pound. He pays $25 per ton and upwards for the green fruit. It takes about four pounds of green fruit to make one pound of dry. It is said that eastern buyers make tbe freight out of the dried fruit by soaking it in water and adding sugar or glucose. The Cement Ditch Company that sup plies Covina with water is doing a rush ing business this season. The company sells about $20 worth of water per day. The water rate this season is $2.50 per day for a head of 100 inches, $1.25 fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York. July 12.—Stocks today were in tensely dull, but firm. Dealings in all except a few specialties and sugar refineries, however, were confined to limits of about % per cent. The market closed very dull but firm, at slightly better figures than opening. Final changes are in all cases for fractional amounts only. Government bonds were steady. Petroleum opened steady. Spot at 88%; August, 894: The market advanced % for spot and % in August options, followed by dull ness, which extended to the close. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, July 12.—Money, on call, easy, 3@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. r,(ii~ per cent. Sterling exchange— Active, firm; UO-day bills, $4.84?4l demand, $4.89. Bar silver, per oz., $1.07. San Francisco, July 12.—Bar silver, per oz., $1.05@7. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. July 12.—Closing quotations: U. S. 4s. Reg 121.. Northwestern 110% U. S. 4s. coup. .. lSl'i'N. W. Preferred. .143 U. 8. 4%5. leg . 123% N. Y. Cent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 13 July 1890

8 CLOTHING « CALL ON US 0 FOR THE BEST 5 1 90e HAT \ IN TH El CITY Corner Spring and Franklin BEN. L. MORRIS, Manager. CLOTHING CALL ON US 0 FOR THE BEST 5 j $9.65 Suit \ in the: city Corner Spring and Franklin DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. • Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, July 12, 1890: Wdi Vel W'ther BWl 2 Cloudy ' W I 9 Cl'less a. m.l p. m. : ; min. tern., 03. Indications. ' San Francisco, July 12—Forecast for Cali fornia, fair weather. PERSONAL. . T,. F. Fisher is rusticating in San t>iego county. ( W. C. McGregor returned yesterday Irom a two weeks' trip in Northern Cal ifornia. i C. W. Buck, the general western agent of the Highland brand condensed milk, ia at the Nadeau. ' Casper C. Cohn, brother of J. B. Cohn, will leave for Lower California ' £nd Mexico in a day or so. I Dr. E. R. Smith, Dr. Stebbins and Colonel Tufts are enjoying a deer hunt in the mountains oi San Bernardino fcountv. L. Schranz, of the firm of Stein, Simon & Co., of San ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

I THE HERA L_ D 1 " Stands for the fnteres ts of * LSouthcrfT California . A SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 91. CYCLONE HORRORS. Death and Devastation in Minnesota. Environments of St. Paul Laid Waste. Terrible Loss of Lite at the Lake Resorts. A Boat-House Demolished and tho in mates Killed—Many Pleasure Par ties Lost. Associated Press Dispatches. I St. Paul, July 13. —A cyclone struck the northern side of this city this after noon, and the latest estimate of the loss of life is thirty-six. It is reported that from eleven to fifteen were killed at Coleman's lake; twenty to thirty at Little Canada; two or more at Lake Joanna; several at Bass lake, and that the cyclone also reached White Bear lake. The first reports are from people who have come from the devastated dis tricts, and they also report great damage to property. If White Bear lake was in the path of the storm, the loss there will be very heavy, both oi" life and property. Great crowds were there today. St. Paul, July ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

2 OUT OF TOWN. Several Items From the Sea shore. Redondo Beach Attracts a Large Crowd. Santa Monica's Charms Attract Thousands of People. Long Beach News—The Last Day of the Epworth League—Other Matters of Interest. ' Correspondence of the Herald. | The thermometer at noon today was 69 in the shade at the Redondo hotel. When the summer heat comes and the burning suns of the latter part of this month and August pour out their most fervid rays, then it is that the sea woos us with its cool breezes. Los Angeles has long rejoiced in her Santa Monica and Long Beach, and to these she has added another gem of beauty—charming Bedondo. Here she can invite the pleasure-lover and those seeking rest to linger upon her sloping hillsides and be atde her placid sea. The steamer Los Angeles arrived last night about 8 o'clock, and the wharf was filled with spectators to greet her. The arrival of steamers nearly every day, the different yachts and many smaller boats coming to and fro afford constant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

MUSIC AND DRAMA. Gossip Gathered from Many Places. What the Actors are Doing 1 Now-a-Days. Notes of the Plays and Those Who Present Them. Manager H. C. Wyatt Leases the Los An geles Theater—Attractions to Come Here This Season. Nat Goodwin is reported to be se riously ill in Paris. His wife is to be placed in a retreat in Germany. The veteran Boucicault and his young wife are often seen on Broadway. New York. The former looks very feeble. The Berlin police have refused a per mit to Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, on the ground that it is demoralizing to youth. James O'Neill is going to revive his American King, an unpleasant play wherein the hero goes mad because the woman he loves cheats him of a house and lot. The Crystal Slipper, after its run at the Chicago opera house, will come direct to San Francisco. The route from that city will be the principal cities of the Pacific slope and as far east as Philadel phia. Chicago is to have a German theater worth $;>OO,OOO. Since finding...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. —published SEVEN DAV3 A Wrv.^. K Joseph D. Ltnch. £ AvK!l8 ~~ AVERS & LYNCH. - POLISHERS, stored at Angeles as DELIVERED, CAMBRM| A* »°°- Per W ' AH*, or 80©. Per Month. TERMS BY INCLCDINS postjiob: Srirl nSS' U A*neyear *B<Oo Si si * months 425 Dau-Y hs three months -J?.25 WBBKLY fcALDi one year ■ii.OO WKKi. £ ?£P£bald, six niontkrs 1.00 Was' M y? iftsRALD, three menths 60 iPSA'tED Herald, per x:opy .15 Notice to Mnll ■Subscriber*. ! the papers of all delinquent mail solKcribers to tare Los Angeles Daily Herald will bo 'promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail Tnless the •ame have been paid far iv advance. This rule ftCuifleiible. AVERS «V LYNCH. The •'•'Raily HeraM" May be found in St v Francisco at the Palace hotel news-sftand; to Chicago at the Postoftice taws-stand, 103 -East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence trtreete. Office of Publication, 223-225 West Second ' street. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

SUNDAY EVENTS. News from Catalina Island and Vicinity. A Large Number of People Visit It. The Annual Outing and Breakfast of the Iroquois Club. Interesting Games—Races of All Kinds —Shooting for Prizes and Other Amusements. Every week a large number of people wake up to the fact that it is possible to make the round trip to Catalina island and return to Los Angeles on the same day with several hours to spend in the beautiful Avalon. The result is that the Sunday attendance is steadily increas ing. A great many people go down on the Saturday afternoon boat, returning Sunday evening. Under the present arrangement one may leave the Arcade depot at eight o'clock in the morning and arrive at Avalon at a little before twelve. Tbe Hermosa, which is at present making five trips a week, is an elegantly equip ped boat which gets over the waves in a Comfortable style, and there is no particular risk of sea-sickness. At lour o'clock she starts back and the visitor is put down in Los Angeles at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 14 July 1890

6 FEMININE GOSSIP. Notes About Some of the Leading Ladies. • Several Useful Hints for Their Perusal. Points For Them to Read and Care fully Consider. The Decline of the Earring—A Study of the Decollete—Care of the Shoes and Other Items. The Princess of Wales dresses very youthfully and doesn't like the prospect of becoming a grandmother. General Thomas Francis Meagher's widow is soon to become the wife of John A. Creighton, an Omaha million aire. Miss Harriet Blame's engagement to a member of the diplomatic corps will soon be announced. Diplomacy is re quired in wooing oftener than one thinks. Mrs. Victoria Claflin-Woodhull-Mar tin is dangerously ill at her residence in London, and her only daughter, Miss Zulu Woodhull, has been cabled to sail from New York by the first steamer. M'.le. d'Albe, niece of ex-Empress JEugenie, at her wedding received gifts which were valued at $1,600,000. The guest who gave a paper-cutter must have felt small and mean in the crowd. Mrs. John M. Burke, o...

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