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-WEDNESDAY APRIL 3, 1578.
Herald Steam Printing House.
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not sixrpas.e I by ;u'..\ Job Printing oflice
r-OU the Pacific Coast, outside of .San Fran
i Cisco, in facilities tor doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at this office.
A Grass View of Legislatures.
It is lamentable but true that
the Legislatures of many of the
States have come to be looked upon
of late years as bodies of official
"strikers." That such an opinion
Ii ingrained lv many Intelligent
communities Is of itself proof con
clusive that Legislative morality
has fallen to a very low ebb. Iv-
I tegrity and patriotic action rarely
fail of recognition. There have
bean a number of notable viola
tions of Legislative trusts of a char
acter so monstrous as to shake the
trust of constituencies in their rep
resentatives. We put to one side
the scandalous Credit Mobilier rev
elations which smirched both
Houses of the National Legisla
ture. Confining our attention to
State.law-makers, In the action of
the Legislatures of New York and
Pennsylvania we find three pro
ceedings of a nature so abhorrent to
political morality, indeed to indi
vidual honesty, that they stand out
from the common run of legisla
tive villainies like tall cliffs from
a level moor.
First in the order or time were
two acts of the Pennsylvania Leg
islature. By the first that body
gave a deed in fee simple to tha
Pennsylvania Railway of the whole
publio works of that Slate, for a
nominal purchase price of $3,000,
--. 000. The pretended sale was really
a gratuity, because the company
wasglven thirty years in which to
pay the $3,000,000. They were to
pay it in sums of $100,000 a year,
the principal carrying no
interest. When it is remembered
that these works cost the State
upwards of forty millions of dollars
In origiual construction and re
pairs, tho monstrous character of
the act may be realized. When it
is further borne in mind that the
State Caual for hundreds of miles
ran parallel with the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and was the only check
upon its spirit of extortion, the ex
tent to which the people of that
State were fleeced may be faintly
imagined. They have probably
been made to pay hundreds of mil
lions cf dollars in increased freights
through that disgraceful surreuder
of a properly built entirely by the
As if this were not infamy
enough, the Legislature of Pennsyl
vania followed up this fraudulent
sale of the public works by repeal
ing the tonnage tax by which the
railways were made to coutritute
to the income of the State.
These two peculiar acts of the
Pennsylvania Legislature were
followed, after a lapse of ten
years, by the legislation by
which the State of New
York enabled Jim Fiske and Jay
Gould to steal the Erie Railway
from its stockholders. That was
probably the most gigantic rob
bery over perpetrated on earth in
transactions of a commercial or
business character. A slalute was
"snaked" through both houses of the
Legislature, which received the sig
natureof the Governor, authorizing
Flsk and Grfuld to issue improve
ment bonds to an indefinite amount
whenever a locomotive needed a
few repairs. Under this novel
statute Gould and Fiske set up a
printitig machine in their back
office; and, in a few months, the
stockholder, English aud Ameri
can, of the Erie Railway, found
they owned nothing in the road,
aud that those two worthies owned
the railway, witii its franchises
and appurtenances. No earthly
means of redress could lie devised.
It Is small wonder that respect
for legislative bodies decreased
apace when such lliings were done.
We think that we discern a decid
ed Improvement, however, in our
State legislatures. They aro be
coming more amenable to a vigi
lant public opinion. One would
have supposed, from the way the
late California Legislature was
abused by Republican newspapers
that every one of the questionable
measures introduced would have
passed. As a matter of fact, none
of them have. Not all the millions
which were supposed to lie behind
the Spring Valley water job ena
bled its projectors to get it through
the Legislature. Grove L. John
son's infamous press law was
killed. We welcome such cvi- i
deuces that the corrupt methods of 1
Eastern Legislatures are not to be
introduced into California.
The people of tho United States
have not only had to sit idly by
auil witness tho consummation of
the electoral frauds by which a de- 1
feated man was made President of '
the United States, but they have
also had to tolerate the outrage of
tbe release from prison bars of ]
Anderson, one of the felons who j
perpetrated tho Louisiana outrage, i
It is true that there are some Re- I
publicans with whom success •
counts for everything, just as there j
are, we regret to say, a few Demo- I
*crats who are placidly resigned '
under the accumulation of frauds J
accompanying the late Presideu- ,
tial election. Anderson, after hav-J i
ing been released from durauce
Vile by the Supreme Court of Lou
isiana on purely technical grounds,
is still a high officer of the United
States government by Hayes's
connivance. Ha will doubtless be
advanoed to still higher honors by
Hayes. We are permitted to indulge
tbe hope that the day will come
when the American people will
vomit up all this Hastiness, with
out regard to party. It is consola
tory to know, however, that the
Democracy are strong enough, at
the proper time, to claim and take
ample redress and lo exact guar
antees for the luluie. That Re
publicans cau s as clearly as
Democrats the ind.rei.cy of this
whole business, the following just
reflections from the UMca Republi
By the action of the Supreme
Court of the State of Louisiana,
General Thomas C. Anderson has
been released from the sentence
passed upon bitn for alleged for
gery. This decision Is based upon
the legal point that in order to be
a forgery the Instrument in which
an alleged falsification has been
committed must be legally capable
of committing a fraud, and that
the alteration of a consolidated re
turn cannot effect the result of an
election, lv other words, the de
cision seems to say that General
Anderson had every desire to com
mit forgery, and tried his best to
do it, but that be failed to put him
self technically within the reach of
the law. Thus he goes free of im
prisonment, but with the terrible
smirch of felony upon his charac
ter. It may be extremely gratify
ing to Gen. Andersou and to Presi
dent Hayes to reach tills result,
but honest men throughout the
natioti will think hardly of the
President if he keeps Anderson in
onlce with this crime hangiug
on his shoulders. The Republican
party certainly desires not to be
held responsible for any such'•offi
cial, even if he be sustained by the
moral purity of the White House.
In giving this opinion on the
Anderson case, the Supreme Court
of Louisiana go out of their way to
administer a rebuke to President
Hayes, whipping him stoutly over
the shoulders of Secretary Sher
man, his Louisiana counsel aud
particular personal friend. They
declare that the course of Mr. John
Sherman, in endeavoring to influ
ence the court by his letter de
nouncing as an outrage the trial
aud sentence of Anderson, was an
"unwanautable action," and cited,
In connection with it, a similar at
tempt made in the Tlohborne case.
Of course it is obvious that Hayes
is the object ef this attack, ami the
Supreme Court wish It understood
that the President must not meddle
with Louisiana matters. it re
mains to be seen what answer the
President and .Secretary will make
to this harsh rebuke—a rebuke
which, under the circumstances,
amounts to a direct insult. If their
bauds are soiled by the bargainings
that have disgraced Louisiana,
they will be compelled to remain
silent. Let us sco how they will
staiil this crucial test.
If the Southern Pacific Railway
managers were offered the choice
of Solomon anil wtre to make Sol
omon's choice of wisdom, we think
the first thing they would do would
be to give us cheap fares. There is
a natural curiosity to see the Or
ange grove region of California,aud
five persons would come from San
Francisco to Los Angeles where
one does now if they could make
tho round trip for $30. If they
could make the round trip for $30,
five resideuts of Los Angeles would
visit San Frauoisco for one who
does so now, aud of these five two
or three would make the trip oft
ener than they do now. The net
money result to the Railway Com
pany would bo several times as
large as it is now, and suoh a pol
icy would stimulate a settlement
In this section of the State which
would, in time, develop a formida
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Special to the HernUl by the Western
Union Telegraph i'nmpany.l
Pacific Coast News.
I. HfVMMfI UU tliO Midi J»alllflu.
San Francisco, April 2d.—Tka
master of a small schooner in the
Sun Joaquin river describes a sin
gular visitation which lie recently
encountered while at anchor in the
river. About half past seven iv the
evening, while the weather was
quite clear, the skipper heard a
singular fluttering out.ida and upou
going on deck be found everything
covered with swarms of long insects
with broad wings, something like
grasshoppers. Hoou after heavy
gusts of wind oame on with light
ening, which lasted half an hour
or so and before daylight all the
insects were gone. A rancbero
from one of the Western States,
who lives in the vicinity, declares
that the insects are the same as Ihe
locust that devastated the crops lv
Kansas and lowa aud that no such
creatures have ever been seen in
tbis State before. The master of
the schooner gives bis name and
address and vouches for the truth
of the statement he makes.
Toe Ureal Learner 11,1 <'~,,U
deuce lv Bona*.
San Francisco, April 2d.—The
following letter, mailed from San
Francisco, and inclosed in an en
velope which was printed at the
headquarters of the Workingmeu's
party, San Francisco, was sent to
.Senator J. W. Bones, who banded
it into the office of the Sacrameuto
Record-Union, with the request
that it be published:
"D. Kearney, President; H. L.
Knight, Secretary. 'The Chinese
Must Go.' Office of tbe Working
men's party of California, 14 Bel
den street, San Francisco, March
Bth, 1878. Hon. J. W. Bones: My
Dear Sir—l am requested by par
ties who claim to know tbe merits
of the case, and wbo live at Berke
ley, to request you to support tbe
bill to incorporate that town. It
seems that tha Workiugmen's '
Club of that place unanimously
support tbe bill; or perhaps net i
unanimously, but by a large ma- ,
jorlty. You will remember that I
wrote a letter of introduction to
you for an opponent of the meas
ure, who also resides at that place.
You must he guided by the best
lights you can get on the subject,
and wa a>e satisfied yuu will do
justioe to all, but, of course, all will
not be satisfied. Yours respectfully,
[Sigued] D. Kearney.
By W. H. Moore, Private Secy.
"March Bth, 12 M —N. B. Mr.
Kearney has just come in with
your letter to him of the sth lust.,
aud has instructed me to assure you
that he has tbe fullest confidence
In your integrity and ability and to
request you to pay no attention to
the wild and inconsiderate talk of
men who, without waiting to be
well posted as to your action, go
off half cocked. The mass of the
thinking people believe in your
honesty aud determination to do
right and will fully sustain your
course as to the compensation. The
general belief Is that five dollars a
day is nearer right for tho Work
ingmen to support than ten. Re
form Is the motto and we must be
true to our priuviples. If the ex
penses of delegates is handsomely
paid It is sufficient. Very truly
By H. M. Mooiie,
(tulelile— Money Brlnrunl.
San Francisco, April 2d.—
Mrs. Sarah Bern is, residing three
miles south of Pelaluma, com
mitted suicide yesterday afternoon
at her house, by hanging. She had
been despondent for some time on
account of a death in her family.
She was aged about thirty years.
George W. Abbott, the default
ing money broker, this morning
turned over to Capt. Lees $2,940 in
gold coin of tbe money embezzled
from the bank. This, with what
has before been recovered, leaves
$8,000 out of tbe $40,000 to be ac
Latest Eastern News.
The Blair IteMoliitiou f IMumf,
Annapolis, MJ., April 2d.—Thi
Senate passed the Blair resolution
for a review of the electoral count.
The Legislature has adjourned.
Tat. Irrca!ilan; hnil Ulttlr'a ReMln*
Chicago, April 21.—The Jour
nal's Washington special says:
Persoual adherents of Samuel J.
Tilden are in high spirits over the
passage hy tho Maryland Slate
Senate of the Montgomery Blair
resolution. A gentleman who
came this morning from Annapolis
says that Bluir Is very jubilant
over the action of the Legislature,
and declares that Hayes will be
ousted from the Presidential chair
within sixty days. Attorney Gen
eral Qiven, of Maryland, does not,
however, take as hopeful a view of
the matter, aud says" be will be in
no hurry to prepare his brief, as
Congress must first pass an act
giving jurisdictiou to the Supreme
Court, aud this must be approved
by President Hayes or allowed lo
become a law without his signa
ture. Tbe President's friends here
are not greatly disturbed at these
proceedings, but believe a majority
of the Democrats in the House are
unfavorable tore-opening the Pres
idential question. The President
himself regards Blair's action as
merely intended to stir up sectional
strife without accomplishing any
thing. He feels annoyed but does
not for a moment believe any con
siderable number of his political
opponents are disposed to question
his title to tbe high ofHoe lie now
Washington, April 2d. — The
Senate Committee ou Public Lands,
acting upon Wm. McGarahan's
memorial prayiug that a laud
pateut be issued to him to tbe Mew
Idria Quicksilver Mine, met this
evening ami heard arguments un
der tho resolutions excluding all
testimony, except that bearing
upon the title of Gomez to the land
,'srlHr Coast niver •>„<■ Ilaruer
New Yoke, April 2.— The Her
ald's Washington special says the
following are the chief items of the
river and harbor bill so far as the
Pacific Coast is concerned: Oak
laud 580,000; Wilmington, Cel.,
$20,000; Sacramento and Feather
rivers $8,000; Lower Willamette
and Columbia rivers $20,000; Col
umbia and Snake rivers $20,000;
canal around the Columbia river
cascades $75,000; upper Willamette
■ lie uuieii llnve rnfceM ■ ■.iiuui.
Cleveland, 0., April 2.—Com
plete returns from all the wards
aud precints of the city give the
Republicans thirteen out of eight
een Councilman aud elects their
entire ticket, with the exception of
I lie Deuioernla Tarry Columbus.
Columbus, 0., April 2d. —Full
returns from the city election of
yesterday show that the Democrats
carried the entire city ticket, with
but one exception, by reduced mi
Wlilrli aide trill ■■■<* lv (..I siam
Chicago, April 2d.—"A 7imes
Loudon special says: Much discus
sion is occurring as to the attitude
of the United States iv case of war
between England and Russia. A
general impression prevails that
the Federal Government will be
thoroughly impartial from an ap
preciation of right. There are
some insolent utterances to the ef
fect that the United States will not
dare to allow tho sending out of
privateers for fear of a war witli
England, who would proceed to
bombard every seaport from Maine
European Cable News.
An l/aderatandlnar will. Eacland
St. Petersburg, April 2d.—The
Agence Hum says (lie journals,
notably tbe New Timet, favor a
direct Understanding with Eng~
Will S«l Oiteupy I t .1.
London, April 2.—The Standard
understands that the idea of estab
lishing a depot for naval stores on
the island of Tenebos for tbe Brit
ish fleet has been abandoned, so as
not to excite foreign jealousy.
Baiter »«ni,.a Toward* Bnalaud.
St. Petersburg, April 2d.—
There is a slightly better feeling
here, and it is quite possible that
another attempt will be made to
come to terms with England, If
Austria's demands arc as exorbi
tant as reported.
KuealM.ll rrupirt.ll JHeriiaesl.
Pera, April 2d.—So far tbe Porte
has refused all proposals for the
Russian occupation of any heights
near the Boiphorus. The Graud
Duke Nicholas has assured the
Porte that be will not advance on
Constantinople without the Sul
Anatrim's Aeeur»neen to Hvaanaala,
Vienna, April 2d.—Count An
drassy has assured M. Bratiani, tbe
Roumanian Premier, that Russia
should uinler no circumstances
keep a military road open through
Roumanla for two years.
Larue Decrenae or npecle.
Berlin, April 2J.— The state
ment of the Imperial Bauk of Ger
many shows a decrease in specie of
EußlanU'sObJeollnua to IhsTreair.
London, April 2d.—The follow
ing is the sentence verbatim in
Lord Salisbury's circular to the
powers in which he objects to the
treaty of Sau Stefano as a whole:
Tbe combined effects of tbe treaty
in nnd upon the maritime powers,
whicli have been already pointed
out, is to depress, almost to the
poiut of entire subjection the polit
ical independence of the govern
ment of Constantinople. The for
mal jurisdiction of that govern
ment extends over geographical
positions which must, under all the
circumstances, be of the deepest in
terest to Ureal Britain. It is iv
the power of the Ottoman govern
ment to close or to open the straits
which form the natural highway of
nations between the .Enean sea aud
the Euxltie. Its dominion Is rec
ognized at the head of the Persiau
Gulf, on the shores of the Levant
and in the immediate neighbor
hood of tbe Suez Canal. It cauuot
be otherwise than a matter of ex
treme solicitude to this country
that the government to which this
jurisdiction belongs should be so
closely pressed by the political out
posts of a greatly superior power
tiiat its independent action aud
even existence is almost impossi
ble. These results arise,
not so much from tho lan
guage of any single article
in the treaty as from theloperatiou
of the instrument as a whole. A
discussion limited to the articles
selected by one power iv the Con
gress will be an illusory remedy for
tbe dangers to English interests
and to tbe permanent • peace of Eu
rope, which would result from the
state of tilings the treaty proposes
to establish. Vienna advices pre
sent Austria's objections as uot less
fatal to the existence of the treaty
Sluor n( a Ntunil'Sllll.
London, April 2d.—The I'imca
says that business iv the silver
market is at a completeistand-still.
It Is impossible to give auy quota
tions, although the tendency is not
as good as it was.
Rtlslnir tile Mlitew., af War.
Pestii, April 2.1.-The Hunga
rian Governor will shortly lay a
bill before the Diet to provide for
raising the sixty millions llorins
recently authorized by the Delegates
for purposes of mobilisation,
rimes <'t>rrca|>t,iiilt.||t Murdered —
Mlilps lor Il„m|iUi,i Nervier.
London, April 2d.—The Times
aunounces that Mr. Ogle, its Volo
correspondent, lias been found dead
near Macrinitza and tills is the rea
son fur Ihe belief that he was as
sassinated in Alliens. A telegram
reports that Mr.Ogle was murdered
The Howe and Canapus, wooden
screw men of war at Devonport,
have been ordered to be prepared
for hospital service in the Mediter
lv Nt-MSluu 1..1 SJlgllf,
London, April 2.—The House of
Commons sat through the entire
night aud until 6o'clock this morn
ing, in consequence of the obstruct
ive opposition by some of (lie Irish
members to the Irish Sunday clos
VMS ■<tffH*h 13 1 Hnrkri.
London, April 2d.—Consols 91
7 l(i; bouds, uew fives, 103.
tir. orv.inir. mid w bent.
Live it pool, April 2.—Breadstuff
quiet. Wheat Ot 10J(o>10s lOd for
red Western, Spring lln6d@l2s(JJ
for California club. The receipts
of wheat for the past three days
58,000 quarters, American 54,000.
A UiHl'll " I ljurnpritti Itriua.
London, April 2. A SI. Peters
burg correspondent snys that Aus
tria's views are regarded there as
so exorbitant that tho Russian
Chancellor, to prevent an offensive
alliance between Austria aud Eng
land, is about to make another at
tempt to coats lo terms with Eng
land. At Vienna hopes are
still entertained that tho Congress
Bismarck is going to his Lauen
berg estate soou unless detained by
the Eastern question.
It is stated that Russia is irritated
by her rebufl from Franco. The
latter on being approached for a
separate recognition of tho treaty
of San Stefano, replied that she
would not participate in tbe com
bination against Euglaud.
London, April 2d.—The latest
advicea from Constantinople say
that a strongcon viction prevails at
the Russian headquarters that an
Anglo-Russian war is inevitable.
It is reported that Russia has of
fered to cancel the money Indem
nity and increase the Turkish
power over New Bulgaria as a re
ward for an alliance, but these of
fers have not led to any result.
The Graud Duke Nicholas had a
reception of the diplomatic body
on Sunday. The British and
French Ambassadors sent thoir
cards. The Grand Duke returns to
his headquarters at San Stefano on
Earl or l.eltrtm N1t.,1 l>mj,
Dublin, April 2.!.—The Earl of
Leitrim, his clerk and driver, were
all shot dead this morning, while
driving near bit lordship's lodge,
Manor Vaughan, county Derry.
No details of the shooting have
come to baud.
Persons who desire to become conver
sant witli photography will be Instructed
In the art by me upon an expeditious
method and at moderate rates.
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purchaser, are certain of large profits.
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Stinyed to my premises, on the Verdu
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mares. Owner requested to pay charges,
cost of this advertisement aud take the
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Groupings, Dancing, Waltzing, Standing on Their Heads, Playing Music, Marching, See-Sawing,
or Teetering— an Entirely New Feature and Never Before Exhibited to the Publlo!
Trained nnd Performed by ADDIE FOREPAUGH, Jr. $100,001) will
Paid to Any who will Produce Their Equals!
the only 110,000 MAi.K , MORE WILD BEASTS L Grand Free Exhibition!
H t V I? O P OTA MUSI
_ Than Any Throe of the Largest Menus-
Beh.- T... TraTe.ua, THE FAMOUS MARDI-GRAS.
Behold, he drlnketh up a river and Elaborate Museum nnd Trained Wild
hasieihnot; ha t rusi eth that lie can draw Animal Show, all Under Eight
up Jordan In hla mouth.-Job xi.XI. Centre I'ole Tent-' A Carnival of Poetry and Beauty! Al II
•jafs-pPCfA r Hftnnn t . I a.m. on each day o( exhlbillou «,(ii>,uoti
warrit'Ji.L.lALiNUlJCK— the - , « o» worth of Mirrored Golden charlole. Tab-
Ladle*and LlttliFolk!seen, A COngreßS OT AreniC Stars leau Cars, Roman War Chariots, Marble
1 here was born.onlliol.ini February, 1 stnluary Dens. Uolden Slaiuary Palace
15.7, lv our fjreut Menagerle.the lit mil lull SIX FAMOUS CLOWNS' I'ngei, Blrdeof the Air, Denizens of the
n.i.,, nioa.a»_« llMlioion v I uncle, as In Fables of Old, In Uoloseal
»*") aUSparaS " lillAVAftVe In Mlecintand Refined I circus Four f'oportions; carnival Grotesque Charac
c,- TRAINFI) TKIFRO ppnimHM Time, l-argernn,! Belter than Ihe Lament t £™:J}°^,'!, eonie *-' T t* l '** Anlmaia.eir.,
INtf LIONSIVKN ASW efc A SIX- Ever organlMd. Ills A GRAND CAN- «">"nlng the
A N f ;, , cai!°A^iop A e *" l "° | 1 v " d GRANDEST SIGHT EVER SEEN
THE 4-PAW WORLD'S GREAT SHOW NEVER DIVIDES !
*ar'ON SUNDAY, MARCH 31st, the citizens of Los Angeles can sob this GRAND SHOW at. tha
Southern Pacific Depot, while in transit from San Francisco to San Bernardino, on my own THIRTY
FOUR RAILROAD OARS, containing my Museum, Menagerie, Circus and Trained Wild Beast Show,
Representing a CASH CAPITAL of TWO MILLION DOLLARS!
Trains on Anaheim Railway will be held at (he Commoreial Street Depot until the closa of the After
noon Performance of the Grett Forepaugh Show.
JOHN A. FOREPAUGH )
and I Managers. ARAM FOREPATTOH
ADDIE FOREPAUGH, j Proprietor.
ANEW ENTERPRISE FOR LOS
I lit? PACIFIC DAIIIV
Have opened a ICflk Dopot,
On Temple St., Near Spring,
And are prepare.i 10 sell absolutely pare
milk, received iresh twice a day, at
FlVtl CKNTH V CJIT ATil".
Milk l-i cheaper than whisky. Friends
ol ihe blue ribbon, don't ftirgei the place,
Temnle street, near Spring.
aarSWKKT CREAM, BUTTERMILK.
BHTTEH, EUUS, Milk, by the Ulass, etc.
Bread and Milk and c.old lunch, lo cents,
TO LET, CHEAP!
THE LARGEST HALL IN
DM UK) feet and \H<i foot celllnj?. Adjolu-
Ing the I'lno House, on Main HI. luquiie
ot W.M. ABBOTT, on the premises.
LEHMAN & CO.
Completes* and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY.
ear PRICKSTHR LOWEST ANU SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
»** Pal I anil see us berore purchasing
129 & 131 MAIN ST.,
miotf McDonald block.