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l ulled States Signal Service.
Report ot observations taken at Los Aagelea
California, November 3, 1888, by tne War De
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~5:07a. h. 30.01 64 | 43 I NX, 1 Cloudy
18:07 r. M. 30.03 68 55 N 3 iLt. raiu
5:07 r. m. 29.94. 68 I 54 |NWI 2 ICloudy
Maximum temperature. 77: minimum tem
perature. ri9. Rainfall past 24 hours, .03.
Judge J. D. Works, of San Diego, is at
Hallen A Hart and company are at
Henry Downing, of San Pedro, was in
Mr. J. Adams, of lowa, is visiting the
city and is at the Hollenbeck.
E. L. Walkins, of the Sanjiabriel
Winery, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Chas. Tyler, of Baltimore, Md., ie
visiting the t oast and is at the Nadeau.
Mr. J. H. Gray, of Oakland former' 3>
surveyor of the port "of San Francisco, is
at the Hollenbeck.
Mrs. Lily Miller, a prominent society
lady of San Diego, is spending a few days
with her friends ia this city.
Mr. E. J. Baldwin came into town
yesterday afternoon from Santa Anita
and went on to San Francisco on the
Mr. J. F. Isbell of Los Nietos, was in
the city yesterday and feels so confident
of Cleveland's election that he wagered
all the money he had in his pocket, $80,
that his choice would be victorious.
Joe Indergond was brought to the
County Jail yesterday from Glendale to
await trial for assault.'
Walter Hamilton, of Pasadena, was
sent up yesterday to stay five days in the
County jail for vagrancy.
W. F. Whitlum, of Pasadena, is held
at the County Jail to answer to the
charge of embezzlement.
Mr. J. M. Shawhan, editor of the Pas
adena Critic, addressed a Democratic
meeting at Long Beach last night.
From Wilmington comes Fred Maltzer,
who will be tried by the Superior Court
■before long for obtaining money under
On the Ist of the month there was in
the County Treasury $251,000 gold coin,
$1:!,058.34 silver coin and $100,000 in cur
rency, a total of $364,058.34.
E. Wilson was examined yesterday on
a charge of selling liquor to Indians be
fore United States Commissioner Van
Dyke. He was held to answer in $250
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $122,462, and were 89 in
number. Of theee 33 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 20 were for nom
The Caledonian Club is to celebrate
Hallow'en on Friday evening by an
entertainment which promises to be a
very pleasant party. Miss Katrina Kim
ball and other local favorites are to take
Mon Lune, a Pomona Chinaman who
was accused of robbery by several of his
own countrymen, was taken before Jus
tice King yesterday for trial. The pros
ecuting witnesses, alljof them Chinamen,
not appearing, he was dismissed, and an
attachment was issued for their arrest
that they may show the Court why they
have not been guilty of contempt. *
A SMALL WRECK.
Tue Santa Monica Train Turns Off
Tbe Southern Pacific passenger train
to Santa Monica that leaves the San
Fernando-street depot at 1 p. m. was
wrecked yesterday on Fifth street at the
exact spot where a freight train was
wrecked on Tuesday last. The train was
speeding merrily along, and at the point
indicated there is a switch which leaves
an ugly hp on the main track.
The engine caught in this and was
thrown from the track, after which it ran
100 feet or so on the ties and then keeled
over a small embankment and fell
against a strong picket fence. The pilot
of the locomotive was broken and the
front staved in and in addition to this
the two front trucks of the baggage-car
were also off the metals. A good
deal of excitement prevailed for a few
minutes among the passengers, for there
were fifty or sixty on the cars, but they
speedily quieted down when they founil
that they were safe. The only person
hurt was Fireman Cassin, who, in jump
ing from the cab, sprained his ankle and
received injuries that will confine him to
his home for a few days. Directly the
news reached the San Fernando offices
one of the new powerful switch engines
were dispatched to the scene and
pulled the train back to the depot
the baggage-car being lifted on the rails
with jack-screws. "The track at the
scene of the wreck was considerably
torn up, so it was decided to abandon the
1 o'clock train altogether, and the pas
sengers were held over until 5 p. m. By
that time a subsidiary line had been
built around the wreck, and as soon as
the train had passed the wrecking
outfit appeared on the scene, and
proceeded to work. A large numbei
of persons assembled and watched the
operations, which were continued until
late in the night, the company being de
termined to have the track in shape
again by the morning. The officials an
nounce that the trains to-day will run as
THE PARTY'S COURSE.
Kepubllca.il 11Mtsmanaa-enif « t Se.
.1 _»-■iverel rancor est. ......
EditorsJHerald —The course the Re
publican party has pursued and is pur
suing in regardj.to the JWest-Murcbison
affair causes one to doubt, [at times, the
sanity of some of their leaders. Thty
seem to be aware fact that their
party is in the last throes of dissolution,
and it has rendered them frantic. The
fact that other letters of a similar chti ac
ter were written from the same p.'ace
about the same time to other pe>son
gives the whole thing a very suspii ion
look, to say the least of it; and io»
when we find that a concerted bowi
goes up from the Republican ]>re
and stump orators all over tb«
country, there can no longer be r
slightest donbt that the whole sclu D"
was concocted at Republican hea
quarters. They evidently hope by ti .
aid of some such trick as this on the eve
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4 1888.
of election, and the liberal use of money,
to get enough votes to turn tbe tide
which is now running steadily agains
them. But there is one feature about thl
whole business which strikes an ordinan
observer with astonishment, and that if
the bold and barefaced insult they offer
to the Irish people. The average Re,m' •
lican naturally hates an Irishman, lie
never has any use for him except about
election time when he wants his vote;
and to get that he never appeals to lis
reason or jugdment, but always to his
prejudices. He treats him just
as though he thought he was
a natural born fool- a sort
of political juniping-jack, that by pulling
a certain string can be set to jumping
and jabbering like a baboon in a raree
show. They don't expect to get his vote
by satisfying the reason and judgment,
nor do they ever think of doing anything
that is calculated to win his gratitude or
regard. It is either an appeal to his
passions and prejudices or no appeal at
all. Their idea seems to be that if they
can only get an Englishman to speak of
Mr. Cleveland with the least degree ot
respect, every Irishman will immediately
rush off and vote the Republican ticket;
that such is their natural hatred to
anything English, all you have got
to do to have an Irishman vote
against Cleveland is to satLfy him that
Cleveland cats the same kind of food an
Englishman does, and that will settle it.
The use they are trying to make of this
VVest-Murchison correspondence shows
that is just the kind.of estimate they
have of the average Irish voter. To give
our Irish friends some idea of what they
think of him, I quote the following from
a late article in the San Francisco Chron
icle, the leading organ of the g. o. p. on
"A very angry anonymous scribbler
who signs himself 'A Briton' says that
the Chronicle is angling after the igno
rant 'Irish vote.' Our British corre
spondent is in error. The Chronicle has
not the slightest hope of winning the
ignorant 'Irish voters' over tc the cause
of protection. It makes no appeals to
that class. It knows that the 'ignorant
Irish' will vote for Cleveland."
Is it this ignorant "Irish vote" that
the Republicans are now after? Was
that the object in concocting this West-
Murchieon correspondence ? That is the
class that the Chronicle says is going to
vote for Cleveland. So if they are going
after Irish votes it must be the ignorant
Irish votes. They certainly would not
go after those they have already got.
We are bound to conclude, therefore,
that this West-Murchison fraud
has been concocted for the pur
pose of corraling the "ignorant
Irish vote," as the Chronics calls it.
If they are not after this vote, why all
this clap-trap and humbug. What do
our Irish friends think of this compli
ment to their intelligence? Is it not
about time that Irishmen should teach
these fellows a lesson ? There was never
a better time to do it than right now. A
few years ago they nominated a county
ticket in San Francisco, and some of
their leaders boasted that there wasn't
a damned Irishman or Dutchman on it.
If this election goes for Cleveland and
Thurman, the Republican leaders will
swear in their wrath as they have done
heretofore, that it was all on account of
the damned " ignorant Irish" and
Some Whoppers Crucified.
Editors Herald—Although life is too
short to call attention to all the false
hoods, forgeries and other crimes perpe
trated by the managers of the Republican
campaign, yet I should like to notice a
few of the latest. A poster issued by tbe
Republican committee and posted all
over the city makes this statement:
Tbe vote on the passage of the Scott
Exclusion bill in the Senate was as fol
lows : For the passage of the bill, Repub
licans 14; Democrats, against tbe bill,
15. Where would the Scott bill be but
for Republican votes?
Now, there is not a man or boy of or
dinary intelligence in tbe State but
knows tbat statement to be a
lie made of whole cloth. The
committee tbat published it knew it to
be a lie. But that made no difference,
as it was intended only as an appeal to
ignorance. I know that every voter that
reads has noticed the falsehood, but a
contrast with the fact will do no harm.
The vote on the passage of the Scott Ex
clusion act in the Senate, as given on
page 9215 of the Congressional Record,
stood: For the passage of the
bill 37, against the passage of the
bill 3. Of the votes against the pass
age of the bill two, Hoar and Wil
son, are Republicans, and one, Brown, is
a Democrat. Again, in the Times of
Thursday, is another forgery similar to
the "Murchison." A letter from one
Miller, (why wasn't it Mulligan?) pur
porting to be addressed to Denis Kearney
at San Francisco and forwarded to this
city, is according to the 9imes, stolen by
a person on the Los Angeles police
force and turned over to the Times.
Now I would not for a moment doubt the
confession of that sheet as to its being a
willing receiver of stolen property (for
the good of the g. o. p.); but unfortun
ately for its desire to add to its reputation
in that line tbe facts in this case are
against it. When Denis Kearney was
here some time ago he expected a pack
age of campaign cartoons by mail,
and as they had not arrived
be gave an order to a gentleman
in this city on the Postmaster for any
mail that might arrive for him. In order
to receive the package it was necessary
to present tbe order at the general de
livery to receive the card of notification
that the package had arrived. The
bearer of the order has applied to the
general delivery frequently ever since
that time, but no letter has ever
come for Denis Kearney. No Denis
Kearney is a patrolman on the
police force, as stated by the Times,
nor has any such person been
connected with the force within the
memory of any one now on the force.
So we can add tbe Times forgery to the
other attempts in tbat line that have dis
graced the management of the party of
great moral ideas during the present
campaign. How inspiring it must be to
march beneath the banners of a party
whose chosen weapons are fraud, perjury
and falsehood, especially when the per
son so marching is clothed in a Chinese
made uniform. Democrat.
The rockets used in the Republican
parade last night nearly caused a number
of catastrophes. On the corner of Fourth
and Fort streets one fell from its holder
just as it was discharged, and scudded
along the pavement at terrific speed,
nearly striking two ladies who were too
frightened to jump out of the way.
Another one found its way into "The
Resort," on First street, and set
fire to that establishment, the conflagra
tion being soon quenched, however, by
the judicious application of a few buckets
of water. Several runaways nearly tcok
place, and the awnings of a number of
.cores on the main thoroughfares v ere
ound to be smouldering after trie parade
passed by, caused of course from he
pyrotechnics that spluttered all aro\ nd.
There is nothing i.etious, however, to
How tne taunt) Urowe.
The Anaheim Gazette has made a table
of the registered voters in the Fifth Super
visoral District, comparing the present
with two years ago. This is tbe wav it
shows the growth of that end of "tlie
Present Vote in In
vote. 1894. crease
Santa Ana 1200 449 751
Anaheim 430 315 115
Orange 411 292 119
Tastin 200 96 104
Westminster . 128 110 18
Garden Grove 115 74 41
Norwatk 235 121 114
Artesia .. 143 113 30
San Juau t 'apistiauo 121 98 2:i
El Modeno 114 H I
Yorba 55 45
Fountain Valley 35 46 It
McPherson 39 :c>
Olive 19 13
I.aguna 13 ... i;t
Fairview 13 13
Totals 2,847 1,447 1,403
The total increase is nearly one hun
dred per cent.
The Clerk's office is in receipt of groat
registers of the following counties. The
vote of 1886 is compared with the regis
tration of 18S8 to this effect:
ouls Obispo .
Following is a list of unclaimed prizes
won at the late Orphans' Fair:
No. 75 won satin embroidered quilt;
No. 391 won Vesuvius stone brooch and
ear-rings; No. 5 won locket and chain;
No. llti won gent's dressing gown; No.
23 won doll at Mrs. Chalmer's table;
No. 11 won rug; No. 130 won Bishop
Mora's photograph ; No. 147 won plush
lambrequin; No. Jl4O won Angora rug :
No. 94 won table cover; No. 207 won
gold-headed cane; No. 80 won fancy rug;
No. 78 won fancy table, by ' Mrs.
Williams, corner Fourth and Hope; No.
21 won meerschaum pipe, by J. A. C.
Martinez; No. 39 won picture, by J. .1.
Malone, Grand View Hotel, Monrovia:
No. 48 won placque, Laura La Cour;
toilet set, by Wm. Vickery.
A WOMAN'S WAY.
A Startling Business Proposition*
A little over six weeks ago Mr 3. Fowler of 327
£llis street, San Franc'sco, stopped in at a loading
city druggist's to ask what effect Joy'a Vegetable
Sarsaparilla, about Which she had heard bo touch
recently, would baveiu iasesof dyspepsia anil sick
headache. She was assured that in most cases it
would relieve both. She waa, however, so i nercdu
leus that finally thedruggist gave hera bottle, not
tj be paid i'or unless it effected aeure. A proposi
tion so start! ngly practical basseldom, if ever be.
fore, been lm<to. Tho following just received is the
convincing c .inclusion,and tellsita own story:
Ran Francisco, February 8, IS'S.
Deah Sin: T write to mini i t that, notwlt hstand
ing my niisgl rings, Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla
did all that you promised. I had tried bq niauy
prescriptions, to no purpose, tbat I had come to
believe nothing ■would relievo my dyspopsia and
sick headachen, but I have not had a riturn of
cithcrslnce 1 commenced taking it. Ibelicvel am
permanently cured, but will, out of su abundance
of caution, oontinue to take it regularly for awblla
yet. You have my permission to malio this public,
for it is my belief that a remedy that wil I cure dys.
pepsia and prevent sick headaches should be gen
erally known. Respectfully,
Editors Herald — Notwithstanding
my plain and explicit declaration upon
tlie subject, I understand that persons,
whose private interests lead them to op
pose my election, are daily asserting that
Ido not intend to deposit the county
funds, in the event of my election, among
the various banks mentioned in my
former published communication. I
respectfully refer your readers to my let
ter dated September 7th, addressed to
Mr. F. H. Barclay, replying to a com
munication addressed by him to me. In
that letter I stated, and 1 again state,
that, if elected, I will keep
all moneys belonging to the State
or connty as required by law;
and that, as the county has
provided tbat no vault, or any other safe
repository, I will deposit such moneys in
the First National Bank, Farmers & Mer
chants' Bank, Los Angeles County Bank,
Southern California National Bank, Chil
dress Safe Deposit Bank, University
Bank, Los Angeles National Bank, and
such other banking establishments of
the county as may be found desirable
and secure. I call attention to the spe
tific character of my pledge, and call at
tention to tbe fact that there is no equivo
cation about it, and no one has ever been
able to show that I have ever acted
otherwise than in good faith, or have ever
been accused of the violation of my
pledge. E. E. Hkwitt.
Dated November 2, 1888.
A Heavy Assignment.
Tbe entire stock of tbe firm of S. Kline
& Company, on the corner of First and
Main streets, valued at $40,000, and con
sisting of clothing, furnishing goods,
boots and shoes, hats and caps, blankets,
etc., must be sold at less than cost on
Wednesday next. Tnis immense stock
of goods must be disposed of regardless
of value on account cf the assignment of
the firm, and no such chance to secure
goods at a price less than cost has ever
occurred before in this city. The sale
will commence at 10 o'clock on Wednes
day, November 7th, and will be under
the management of Mr. C. Raphael.
Mrs. J. Davidson begs leave to an
nounce to her friends and the public gen
erally that she has removed to No. 444
S. Spring street, between Fifth and Sixth
streets, where she will be please to show
her fine new stock of millinery and fancy
goods. The goods are all fresh, of the
very latest make, and will be sold at
I reasonable prices.
A mass meeting for men only at Haz
ard's Pavilion, Sunday, 7:30 w. M., will
be addressed by Rev. Drs. Cantine,
Hutchins and others, on the moral con
dition of the city ; and a similar meeting
for women only, at Fort-street M. E.
Church will be addressed by women.
Everybody invited to be present.
Out to-day, Sunday, thirty-two pages.
.4.11 about Murchison, a terrible tal« on
Cleveland, mammoth cartoon on pr lec
tion vs. free trade. The Cactus ticki t 4
Commencing Monday, November 5, at "The
Famous," importers of millinery, 148 South
20 doz. fine felt' hats, at 75c.
20 " ostrich tips, at 25c.
20 " frames, at 10c.
75> " wings all colors, at 10c.
100 pieces all silk ribbon, two snd tl ree
inches wide, 25c. per yard.
Hair goods, at cost.
RIETHMI LLEU .1 EI)W Al l -.
Private entrance ior ladies to tne Vienna
Buffet, on Requena street.
The powder never varies. A model of purity
and wholsomeness. More economical than the
ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans, Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall
st, N. Y. THE JOHNS )N LOCKE MERCAN
TILE CO.. Ban Francisco. Agents. 04-lm
BEESON & RHOADES
On Saturday, November 3d,
AT 10 A. M., 2 P. M ,
An Elegant Line of
New i Second-flaad Goods
Fine Bed-room Seta in Black Walnut,
Antique Oak and Mahogany finish.
Extension Tables, Chairs, &c.
Also a fine line of
In Parlor Sets, Easy Rockers, Bed aal Single
Of all kinds in Body Brussels, Ingrains, both
New aud Second-Hand.
Also a fine line of Curtains in] lace and ftue
Bed Clothes in Sheets, Quilts, Comforters aud
We are receiving all kinds of New and
Second-Hand Goods from day to day from the
best families in the city, and our sales are per
emptory and without reserve.
Ladles are especially invited to attend as we
have a fine and commodious salesroom and
take especial pains to make everybody com
fortable. Don t fail to amend.
UEN U. KHOADLS. Auctioneer.
EDWIN A. RICE & 00~
Important peremptory auc ion sale of high
cost and most elegant furniture, removed from
a private residence on Grand aye , to our sales
room, 150 South Spriug Btreet, for convenience
ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th,
At lOo'clock a. M. The furniture is almost new,
RICH PARLOR SUITS, in Walnut aud Plush
(Mlk); WALNUTMAKBLE TOP CHAMBER ,
SETS, MARBLE TOP SIDEBOARDS. MA
HOGANY DINING ROOM FURNITURE,
RICH ANTIQUE FURNITURE, Etc., Etc.
At the same time and place we shall sell a
Kentucky dapple brown mare. 15.. hands
high, 7 years old, a very fast trott»r, round and
fat, pei fectly safe for lady to drive. Owner
warrants her perfectly sound. Also, a doctor's
phaetou and harness. There is no reserve.
EI>\VIN A.. RICE.
o5 3m auctioneer.
Have You ?
Itaded at the GENTS' BAZAR. If not we cor
dially invite you to call on us. We started sev
eral months ago with a full stock of 3ENIV
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS; snd selling
at bottom figures, and treating our customers
courteously, have already gained quite a trade.
Our windows are always replete with the new
est and latest styles.
Bhirts, from a 50c. white to the finest pique
dress shirt. Underwear in all grades,qualities,
makes; ties in all shades, patterns, shapes. Of
hats an immense assortment. Iv short, every
thing pertaining to our line will be fcuud on
our counters, and everthing marked in plain
CALL ON IS.
THE GENT'S BAZAAR,
J. NEUFELD, Prop.
i.ja South Spring Street,
Between Second and Third. 07-3
Headquarters for Election
LATEST ODDS ON ELECTION!
Parties desiring to Lay Wagers on the Coming
Election can be aceosamodated st
RODMAN & CO.'S
Corner Spring and Temple Streets.
See our blackboard for latest information.
Auction Pools each evening at 7:30.
, nl 6t
S. F. WELLINGTON
FOB SALS BY
J. J. MELLUS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
■tssT-Yard, corner Second and Alameda sts
Office, 231 Los Angeles street.
TaLBPBOKU tio. 100. spstt
For Recreation, for Business, for Fun
_ o Jk* m RIDE WHEELS.
The best Is the cheapest,
ity*\\A * n< * we are prepared to
show you that
AXE THE BEBT
**WBlsP'>WiMSfily Safety Bicycles
ln the World. Illustrated catalogue free.
P Li ABEL, 30 8. Spring St.
— ——_ ,
Ladies and Gentlemen.
SCI Iff io fell LIE!
k_mT" With every Pair of Shoes I sell P will GIVE
YOU a beautiful Pair of Combined Slippers!
tSmW When you buy goods of me, remember, you
not only buy them cheaper than you can get them *
anywhere else, but you help CHARITABLE INSTITU
TIONS, as I give 2 per cent, of my sales for that purpose.
ffT I will, with every Pair or Childran's Shoes
GIVE A PAIR OF RUBBERS!
g/tf" While down East, I bought a job lot of
Rubbers, more than I will sell in five years. These
Goods were bought at 5 Cents per pair, and are first
class goods. See what cash will do down East.
C. L, FISHER,
The "Wonder of AA\ Shoe Dealers,
54 NORTH SPRING STREET.
NICOLL, the TAILOR,
FromSs to Sl5 From $20 to $65
68 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
Carpet and Wall Paper House.
Iv order to reiuce our stock to make room for new goods, we will offer
Two-ply Ingrain Carpets Prom 35c. per yardiup.
Hand-loom » «• From 65c. " '•"
Three-ply " Prom 90c. "
Tapestry Brussels " FromflSe.
gody , ' From 90s.
Moquette £1.35 to $1.30" •■
Linoleums* Matting, Draperies, etc., at proportionately low prices.
In WAtL PAPER we will give you
White Blanks From sc. per roll up.
2 llt S ■■■•i-AHi - From 10c. " »
Embossed Gilts From 18c. " "
Borders- and Decorations at equally low figures.
BEN COHEN, 240 S. spring St., Los Angeles.
The Finest Cigar Store on the Coast.
116 NORTH MAIN ST.,
Importer of Havana and Key West Cigars,
DEALER IN PIPES, SMOKER'S ARTICLES.
Look Out for Elegant Christmas Goods. pS i m
Summer Specialties I
Fall stock of the following goods now on hand and for sale by
HARPER «& REYNOLDS 00.
Ice Cream Freezers, Agate-lined Water Coolers,
Gate City Stone Filters, Gasoline Cooking Stoves,
10,000 feet 2-in. Wrought Pipe at Be. per foot.
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.. 48 and 50 NORTH MAIN SI.
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Wholesale Agents, Los Angeles, Cat, * " '