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THEY ARE STILL KICKING HARD.
Republicans Much Disgusted at Friday's Primaries. The De Young Forcea Badly Routed, Horse and Foot. Several Content! to Die Made in the Re publican Convention—The Demo cratic Congressional Proba bilities—The Situation. The principal topic of discussion in political circles yesterday, was in the nature of an. after discussion oi the Bepublican primary election confessedly admitted to be the most rotten and cor rupt ever held in the city. Thousands of Republicans expressed their shame and disgust at tbe scenes which were witnessed at the polls Friday afternoon in the Second, Third, Seventh and Eighth wards. Many stated that if measures the like of which were taken Friday to carry primaries, were attrib utes of Republicanism of these latter days, they were done with the grand old party. A STRONG PROTEST. The protest, though, that is going up' from the Seventh ward over the shame less way in which the ballot box was stuffed in that ward, fully 200 strong, in the interest of the ring ticket, is becom ing stronger as the hour for the conven ing of the convention draws near. Everybody who knows anything about it, admits that the box was stuffed and the failure of the judges to produce the tally sheets for the extra 200 votes, goes to substantiate the assertion. It is ad mitted on all sides that the opposition ticket in that ward was elected, if the ballot had not been tampered with. This being the case, the pros pects are that the convention will either seat the contesting delega tion or throw tbe ward out altogether. TURN ON THE MEN WHO MADE THEM. One remarkable thing was to be noted yesterday. Office holders and prom inent Republicans who have always been hand and glove with the ring in all of its dirty work, were bitterly denouncing the leaders. The very individuals who have profited by the stuffing of ballot boxes at primaries, and by the open pur chase of votes, are now, in many iu stancee.'very bitter in talking about the "shameless and disgraceful work of the low element at the primaries." One thing must be said. Of the two classes, the man who stuffs a box or buys a vote and makes no bones of it, is less to be feared than the hypocritical, sanctimoni ous pretender who, on week days, en dorses and furnishes the sinews whereby it is made possible to rape a ballot box, and then with the air of a pure and honest man, attends church on Sunday, where he rises and implores the Al mighty's aid in the redemption of man kind from sinful ways. Yesterday tbeße two classes were dis tinctly to be discerned on the highway. The hypocrite and the man who makes his living by his manipulation at primary elections by doing crooked work, came in for tbe discussion and the latter class came in for abuse and vilification, WANT THE CAPTAIN FIB.ED. Captain K. Blennerhassett.of the Sev enth ward, an ex-Democrat, thinks that be has been misrepresented and lied about. The other side do not think so, and they both reassert and renew the charge that the captain was a party to an indefensible stuffing of the ballut box. As showing their earnestness in the mat ter they have put in circulation a peti- 1 tion asking that he he removed from the office of night watchman at the court house. They c'aiin that a man who will be a party to such barefaced fraud as was used at the Seventh ward primary, when he had been put there to prevent i it, is not the man to guard any property belonging to Los Angeles county. ANOTHER CONTEST PROPOSED. It web also rumored yesterday after- , noon that there would be a contest from the Third ward. Here the ring put their candidates through, by fifty ma jority. It is admitted that raw work was done on both sides. Repeating was 1 indulged in freely beyond any question. To just what extent it affected the re sult it is hard to say. It is altogether likely, though, tbat the convention will be called upon to unseat the delegates elected by the ring and substitute the delegates elected on Mayor Furrey's ticket. THE RESULT OP IT ALL. It is hard to predict just what effect Friday's primaries will have on the question as to who the county officers 1 will be that will be nominated Tuesday. It is generally admitted, though, that T. H. Ward has got a severe setback. So have A. B. Whitney and his aspira tions to succeed himself ac tax collector. I It is not believed, that tho ring 1 can afford to lose the inesteemable services of James McLachlan. He will undoubtedly be renominated. A grand j I'ury is about to be convened that might >y accident unearth a great many queer 1 and anomalous transactions of a public character. George McLain was completely elim inated from the contest for sheriff. This leaves John Cline in the lead for the nomination, with H. C. Clements sec- 1 ond and the prospect for a dark norse from the country to capture the prize. ! General Rollins iB looked upon as 1 having good chances to again get a 1 Elace on the ticket as auditor, although 1 c is being closely followed by tbe 1 other candidates tor this post. ' Charley Parsons may come in as the dark horse candidate and bear off tbe baggage. It is hard to say how the supervisoral 1 candidates are. 1 Henry Stafford "'ill probable be beaten 1 for surveyor. He stood right in with < the ring in all of its fights, and was as- 1 Bisting it at tbe second ward primary j all day. 1 Jim Meredith's chances for clerk are 1 bright, but he is a bitter pill to the ' Republican cabal than lias been formed ) here to control all nominations. Ward is a weak candidate, because of tbe record he has made. The clerk's office 1 is now conducted at an' enormous ex- ' pense, owing to the fact that a vast , army of unnecessary deputies are em- i ployed. Ward's record in the matter of the Pirtlo-Taylor registration case, and his letting of the great register printing contract, whereby the county loßt $3000, is a very bitter pill for the rural delegates to swallow. MR. DB YOUNG BEHIND. In the legislative fight the De Young forces, as haa been before stated, got decidedly the worst of it. It is posi tively not known where the San Fran- Cisco editor will get a single vote from this county. Every country precinct in which tbe De Young people made a fight has gone solidly anti-Dc Young. The same ia in a great measure true of the city. The senatorial contest haa become pos itively interesting since the primaries. The Republican cabal that was formed some time ago to dictate every noraina ' tion in this county, was such a pure and holy combination that it shut out any idea of nominating a candidate who had the courage and the manhood to assert his rights. They had a man picked out for senator in the thirty-second district, but he has not carried a single ward. The ring is now striving its utmost to defeat Capt. John Cross and Col. Walter S. Moore, rival candidates for the sena torship. Whether or not they will suc ceed remains to be seen. HE NEVER CAME BACK. Several amusing incidents remain to be told as illustrative of Republican primary methods. Down in the Second ward a representative of the "long hair" element was busily engaged working in a few repeaters. It was dusk, and hard to discern a man's face at the polls. There was a large crowd of 400 people around, who confused matters a little. A "tough." had just voted the protec tion leagfle ticket, and the "long hair" representative appioacbed him to re peat. It was finally arranged. The "tough" traded coat, vest and hat with the "long hair." He entered the crowd, and pushed his way to the box. He voted. Since then he has not been seen. The "long hair" aforesaid is out a nice coat, vest and hat, and he be waileth his ill luck. Nothing has been heard from George Flint. He has decamped, taking with him all of tbe collectable spoils tbat bis position as a ward boss commanded. Yesterday he was a much sought for in dividual. If he had been found he would certainly have been roughly handled. Where is Flint, and where is Tascott, are interrogatories that will go together in Los Angeles from now on until after election. Flint was seen at San Pedro yesterday by a Herald re porter. WHO IS TO BE CHAIRMAN? The question as to who will be the chairman of the convention to be held at Illinois hall on Tuesday, was general ly discussed yesterday. Mr. Wright of San Fernando was being boomed by some, while Col. M. Mudge, of Compton, was being advanced by another element. The city crowd, with the exception of the Second ward, is putting forward Cap*. J. Frankenfleld for tbe honor. It ia believed the country delegates will name the chairman. A STRAIGHT NOMINEE. As the time draws near for the recon vening of the Democratic congressional convention, interest in what that body will probably do increases. The senti ment among Democrats is growing in favor of a straight party nomination. It is believed by a great majority of 1 Democrats that this ia the wisest and the best thing to do, as it ' is conceded that the prospects for elect ing the Democratic nominee never were brighter. While neither Gen. John R.Mathews or Hon. T. B. Brown have announced 1 openly that they would accept the nor- : ination, still it is believed that, if it was unanimously tendered, one of the two ' men would accept. Both are life-long 1 Democrats, and both have held public office. Not one word has ever been ut tered against either of them that can be regarded as a stain on their character, official or otherwise. Either one would prove to be a strong candidate before the people. It can truthfully be said that 1 the sentiment in favor of a straight Democratic nominee for congress is grow ing throughout the Sixth congressional district. • Many Democrats are trying to induce Captain A. W. Barrett to make the race. ' His strength at the Soldierß' home, in 1 the G. A. R. and iv this city are factors ! worth consideration. The captain has ! intended to be a candidate ior the nomi- 1 nation of sheriff, and is inclined not to '• change, but in tbe opinion of many he 1 could be easily elected to congress. FOLITICAL NOTES. The auxiliary committee of the Demo- j cratic state central committee held a ; meeting yesterday. Important business was transacted in executive session. The attendance was large. On Friday evening last the Democrats 1 of Gardenia and vicinity held a large and enthusiastic meeting. Martin 0. Marsh of Los Angelea addressed them on the tariff issue in an able manner. TO BE REWARDED. Ward Strikers to Re Appointed Sanitary Inspectors. A carefully planned movement to largely increase the city pay-roll has been hatching for the past two days, and will come to the surface at the meeting of the council on Monday morning. Not only will the pay-roll be swelled, but an opportunity will be made to give a lot of the gang of "blowers and strikers" fat positions as inspectors in the Health department. Already the matter of distributing the loaves and fishes has been under careful considera tion by the bosses, and several promi- ' nont ward workers are right in line for these fat jobs, even before they have been authorized by the council. The need of a close sanitary super vision as an outgrowth of apprehensions , of the cholera epidemic taking hold in , this country and invading Los Angeles, , will be the reason urged for a large in- j crease in the number of inspectors in the health department, although just what j use a lot of ward strikers would be in \ making a sanitary inspection, the Lord , only knows, but tbe tax-ridden public of this section certainly do not. j Every citizen realizes the necessity , for making a sanitary inspection, but , they believe tbat the present face 9! the < health office, acting in conjunction with ( the police force, willaccomplish the re- , suits desired. In fact, as a result of the , order of Chief of Police Glass directing , the men to make a rigid sanitary in spection, a good deal of the work is now being accomplished, and it is being done in a thorough manner as anyone can as- 1 certain by applying to the chief of police. A Broken Reed, Indeed. ' This, and no mistake, is the individual whose I stamiua has waned to such a low ebb, for waut el an efficient ionic, that he would certainly topple over and fracture >omethlng if a bulky ] subject such as fat wife, for instance, were to lean upon him. Build up, ye lean, pithless 1 and strenglhless with Hostetter's Stomach Bit- j ters, which will enable you to eat and digest heartily, and thus acquiie nosh and vigor. The * fortress of life will speedily capitulate to the 1 grim scythe wlelder, death, If you don't. Ncr- ] vousness, sleeplessness, biliousness, constipa tion, malaria, rheumatic and kidney troubles are all conquerable by this superb restorative of health and vigor. In connection with the 1 use of the Bitters, it would be well for the de bilitated invalid to study the wants of his en feebled stomach with a view to the selection of the most digestible articles of diet. , Children Crvlor Pitcher^Cartorlav LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1892. THE PLOT WHICH MISCARRIED. Deputy Marshal Marsh Com pletely Exonerated. Charges Against Him in San Diego Ordered Dismissed Yesterday. A Case Worked Up Against Him by His Knemies Falls ts the Ground—A Statement ot the Inside His tory of the matter. Deputy United States Marshal A. W. Marsh received a telegram yesterday from bis attorney, tbe Hon. James L. Copeland, of Sun Diego, Etating that the case against him, charging bim with kidnaping Eduardo Crosthwaite into Mexico, had been dismissed by District Attorney, Gen. Johnston Jones, of San Diego. Mr. Marsh was seen by a Herald representative yesterday and he made a brief statement of tbe case. He said that "a commission bad been appointed by Judge Torrance, of San Diego, to take the testimony of the officers who arrested Crosthwaite in Mexico on the night tbat it was alleged that he was kidnaped, which testimony was taken on the 18th of this month, and that since that time he has had no doubt about the fact that the case would be dismissed, the testimony of Guard Cruz, and tbe officers, Moreno and Rodriguez, being so clear and positive as to the fact that Constable Moser bad turned the prisoner Crosthwaite over to Cruz, while he, Moser, went to supper, and that Crosthwaite, who is a danger ous man and ex-convict, in an unguard ed moment had struck Cruz a violent blow and fled into the river bottoms on the American side, but being closely persued had crossed over into Mexico, where two Mexican officers, hearing the shots which Cruz had fired after the fleeing prisoner, and seeing a man run ning towards them from the American side, arrested him, supposing that some crime had been committed. "In getting him to the light , it being a dark night, they discovered their pris oner to be Eduardo Crosthwaite, and knowing tbat he was wanted in their own country, for assault to murder, im mediately notified Justice of the Peace Y. C. Fuentes, who at once visited Crosthwaite in jail, who detailed to the judge the facts of his escape from Cruz, and stated that being' closely pursued, he had taken * refuge in Mexico, where his family resided, expecting to make hie way to Rosario, where his father-in-law lived, and get a horse and money and escape into the mountains, knowing tbat he was then an outlaw in both countries. To make a long story short, Crosthwaite was held to answer, tried and convicted of assault to mur- > der, but owing to the pleading of his t mother was given a light sentence, serv ing eleven months in the Ensenada jail, i "Upon completing this sentence, he returned to the United States and was shown affidavits of mine, which were on file at Washington .showing that Crosth waite had been engaged in smuggling t Chinese into the United States and was < an all-round cattle thief, and by threats ; and the aesurance that if he convicted i me he could sue the United States for a large amount, was easily induced to swear to a complaint charging me with kidnaping. "At the preliminary hearing the only corroborating testimony was given by the notorious Dr. De Vaequez, who," the readers of the Heisald will remember, was mixed up in an unsavory case dur ing the bcom. "The true secret of my arrest, however, was the attempt made to have me re- 1 » moved from cilice at Washington by a prominent federal official, and by anony mous letters, etc., which can only be ac counted for in one way—l have been actively engaged in enforcing the Chi nese exclusion act, and, during the past two years, with the assistance of Depu ties Goodiich and Smallcomb, have ar- . rested and sent to China over one hun-): dred Chinese, and have practically stopped their coming in over the Mexi can frontier, and have undoubt- : edly stopped a very lucrative business for a few people of San Diego. whose names 11 I will not mention, because the matter is now being thoroughly investigated, i and will be heard of later. I would i like to state for General Johnston ; Jones, district attorney of San Diego ( county, that bis actions have been those I of an honorable and conscientious offi- 1 cial, and bad he had the time to have i personally conducted this case, instead < of intrusting it to his deputy, the case i would never have been heard of. Crosthwaite is now an outlaw from his < own country, as he is wanted in Mcx- < ico for violating a customs law on July ! 2, 1892, showing that since my arrest he I has still kept up his old habits." j This prosecution of Marshal Marsh < has been really a persecution. He has i been an officer for fifteen years past, i and has a most enviable record as a i brave man and skillful detective. : He was chief of police in Albuquerque, N. M., and reduced the turbulent ele ment of a frontier city into submission. For a number of years he was chief of the secret service of the Santa Fe rail way company. While in this position he ran down two gangs of train robbers, capturing six men the firßt occasion, and eight on the last—the latter com prising the notorious "Red Muiphy" gang, at which time two desperadoes, Hardy Foßter and Bill Brown, were killed. He is also a iawyer, having been admitted to practice by the su preme court of Ohio. Hie record in this city is too well known to need repetition. Suffice it to say that to him more than to any other man is due the enforcement of the Chinese exclusion act, and the conse quent reduction of coolie competition with white labor. He iB a brave, clean, able officer, against whose character not a suspicion exists. NEW ENTERPRISES. An Alabaster Plaster a Granite and a Baking Company. The Alabaster Plaster company filed articles of incorporation yesterday. The company proposes to acquire and de velop mineral lands, deal in building materials and construct buildings, con struct and operate machinery for the manufacture of fertilizers, wall plaster and cement, and market its own pro ducts, the machinery to be principally located at Palmdale. The principal' place of business is Los Angeles, and the incorporators are W. B. Holcomb, George H. Delp, J. A. Clark, Lowell L. Rogers and O. J. Muchmore, all of Los Angeles. The capital stock is $250,000, of which $140,000 has been actually subscribed. The Declez Granite company filed ar tides of incorporation. The objects of f the company are in general to ao and perform all acts necessary in connection with owning and operating atone quar _ ries. The works are to be principally located at Declezville, San Bernardino county. The capital stock ia $250,000, of which $150,000 has been actually sub- FCribed. The incorporators are William . Declez, $100,000; Lowell L. Rogers, $15,000; I. H. Johnson, $15,000; A. P. Halfhill, $10,000; Henry Lapham, $10, --000, and Earl A. Rogers, $2,500; all of Loa Angeles. 1 Articles of incorporation were also filed by the Meek Baking company of Los Augeles. It is organized to conduct a general baking and confectionery busi ness, etc. The incorporators are Will iam Meek, Mrs. E. A. Meek, Fred J. Gillette, F. B. Elberson, and C. Brown, all of Los Angeles. The capital stock is $10,000, all of which has been sub scribed. REEB IS RESENTFUL. BIS COMMUNICATION REGARDING THE MAYOR'S LANGUAGE. A Document for the Council to Consider on Monday—A Matter of Veracity. Different Constructions Put on the Records. The battle between Mayor Hazard and Councilman Rees is not over and bidß fair to be renewed at the session of the council on Monday. Councilman Rees has prepared the following communication, which will be presented at the council meeting to morrow : To the Honorable Council of the City of Los Angeles: Gentlemen: At the last session of your honorable body, in the controveray between myself and hia honor, the mayor, and after hia honor had applied insulting language to me, to-wit: that "I wore a corporation collar, number 170," I retorted substantially with the charge tbat his honor, the mayor, had drawn from the emergency hind the sum of $25 in direct violation of a city ordinance; that be used the said sum to pay his personal expenses to Sacra mento; that be drew tbe said sum from the city treasury on the day when the council waa in regular session, to-wit: February 2,1891, which fact rendered it not only possible, but easy for his honor to present a requisition to the council, and thus obtain the money in the usual way; that his honor had not filed with the city any evidence of his rendering the city any services for tbe money thua obtained; and thereupon his honor, tho mayor, forgetting the dignity of his office, and the amenities which all gentlemen are expected to observe, called me "a liar," and stated "that the council had auth orized him to go to Sacramento." I then replied, that if hia honor could aliow, from tbe records, that the council did so authorize him, I was ready to offer him an humble apology. And further, gentlemen, if the records do show that this council did authorize his honor to go to Sacramento to pro mote the city's interests, I shall deem it my duty to also offer an apology to your honorable body for the ungentlemanly conduct involved in making a false charge iv your presence. And if the records do not ahow that his honor was so authorized, it will be a nice opportu nity for his honor to withdraw his in sulting language, and apologize to me, and to your honorable body, for his un gentlemanly conduct in calling me "a liar." Now, gentlemen, thia question of veracity between myself and his honor, the mayor, can be determined by the city records, and I therefore request your honorable body to instruct the city clerk to make a careful search in 'the records of the council proceedings, and to report to the council whether or not he finds therein any record of your honorable body authorizing his honor to go to Sacramento in the city's interest. If it is shown that no such authoriza tion was made, I request your honorable body to take into consideration the question of requesting his honor, the mayor, to again return to the city treas ury the money obtained by his honor from tbe emergency fund as herein set forth. Respectfully yours, Samuel Rees. An examination of the records of the city clerk's office, aa to the council pro- I ceedings, fails to show that the council explicitly delegated Mayor Hazard to go to Sacramento as their representative regarding the city charter. However, on February 9, 1891, the council, on mo tion of Councilman Rhodes, granted Mayor Hazard leave of absence for ten days from that date, to be absent on official business of the city, at Sacra mento. Councilman Rees contends that this did not give the mayor authority to draw $25 from the emergency fund for his expenses. On the other hand, the mayor claims that the above resolution gave him the requisite authority. The decks will be cleared at the council on Monday morning, and the two combat ants can lock horns for the final struggle. ffyggy^sHgggjii^aavws^awM^w^is^^svwau || In tte family are mareioften the result of! 1 ! disordered' digtstiont'nm most peopie know. ]' BEECHAM'S PSa ■ | ■ will keep peace in aj i « ■ ll Ln /<>»>'ty, by curing < j ~ ■ HSntaiV Blck Headache, | I Weak Stomuch, Impaired Digestion, i > ]; Disordered Liver. Constipation and <J I [all Billon* una Nervous Disorders J, < | ttrlslrtg from these cuuse*. ] i Bl with n Tasteless & Soluble Coating. 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