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FOR PRESIDENT: GROVER CLEVELAND Of New York FOE VICE-PRESIDENT: A. E. STEVENSON Of Illinois CONGRESSIONAL, TICKET. FOR CONGRKf-S, VI DISTRICT: MARION CANNON Ventnra The police commissioners are on the right track in the Chinese gambling in vestigation. If tbey stick to their work, they are sure to unearth a good deal ct municipal rottenness. The evidence is hard to be got at, but it will materialize if that bjdy perseveres. The Examiner says tbat the Chinese Six Companies have made arrangements to coilect $100,000 to defeat the Geary law requiring every Chinaman in the United States to register within one year of its passage. A tax of $1 is to be levied on every Mongolian in the coun try, and the assessment will easily pro duce tbat earn, If a Celestial is recalci trant and declines to pay the companies will ostracize him and decline to furnish him with proper certificates if he desires to return to China, or to deport bis bones to that country if he should happen to die. These are overruling considerations with tbe Chinese. Meanwhile, tbe government of the United States onght to be pre . pared to pack these creatures baok to Cathay if they should refuse to obey the law. For this purpose it will be necessary to provide an abundance of ships. Il is quite likely, however, that when the time comes for going, John . Chinaman will be found crowding in to register in countless throntrs. He v.'ill t show tight but he will ultimately sub mit to the inevitable. ■ , One of the amusing vagaries of our ; Republican brethren is to quietly pace to tbefreredit all the bounties of nature. A leading argument of the advocate* of Harrison's re-election has been tbat tbe short cron in Europe and tbe abundant , crop in the United States laet year were. directly doe to the beneficent policy of tbe Republican party. No absurdity ie too great for these worthiee. They re-' mind the farscer that he hae a good mar ket for hie products, and ask him to vote a ticket that the weather-clerk so mani festly favors. Tneee ingenious partizane tell Agricala in a very eomleseending way tbat he ia paying off hia mort gaged at a avery gratifying rate, aa , though tbe hoary son of toil was not fully aware that, large ly ov.ing to the Republican policy of contraction and extravagantly high protection, be had been compelled to incur a crushing mortgage indebtedness. These g'.ib Republican casuists are even now not aware that the farmer is "on to them,'!*'though tta late elections in lowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Wisconsin and other gtanger states, ought to isave taught tlvcrn a little lesson in that di rection. Che attempt to subrogate -the Republican party for God Almighty in the dealing out of good things to the people of the United States will be .a blank failure, we opine. Intelligent eastern Republican pa pers are sending out warnings against the avidity with which thcughtlesß g. o. p. organs are seizing upon Labor Com miseioner Peck a reportas a justification of the McKinley tariff. The Philadel phia Telegraph tas carefully examined Peck'fl report, and says tbat his statis tics are misleading and valueless, and tbat when they are clearly .criticised they will prove c boomerang to the party whoae policy is supposed to be vindicated by them. That paper sum marizes its scrutiny of the report by saying that — The fact is, no pretended investiga tion upon tbe subject of tariff and wages has been presented from any source for many years past of less rnent in any possible way than thia paper of Labor Commissioner Peck. The poli t tical party against whom it is mani festly directed can riddle it <intil there ia absolutely nothing leftof it. Not only that, but the document is Bure to prove n destructive boomerang in the dißcus=ion ot tLe wisdom or unwisdom of the present tarifr law, its advantages or disadvantages to the working people. For instance, the average increase of earnings for all clauses in the 136 branch es of trade so absurdly included under the head of "Clothing," is shown to be about 30 cents a week, or 4 per cent over that earned in 1690; while, as is well known, Boineof tbe schedules' of the tariff relating to clothing show an in crease of 30 to GO per cent. Mr. Peck arrives at his apparent in crease in the rate of wages in the state of New York by the statements of 0000 employers whom he addressed on the subject. The "employes," however, of LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. these establishments tell a different story, and they are as much to be be believed ac their employers. The sta tistics are too partial, and the range of employments too scattered, to be of value. Certainly when under the clas sification of clothing we find included euch industries as the manufacture of tooth-brushes and pearl buttons,we may at least ascribe to the collator of these statistics an interested negligence to prove apreconceived state of facts. GRAVEYARD WHISTLING. The. art of whistling in passing throagh a graveyard cannot be grouped amongst those known aB the "tost arts," as was proved by our esteemed contem porary, the Times, in its issue ol yes terday morning. In an editorial entitled, How Goes the Fight? that journal shows that it has carefully studied Dickens's immortal picture of Mark Tapley. Like that mercurial individual, it can come out Btrong under difficulties. It affects to discern success ahead ftrr the Repub lican ticket, on the principle of assume a confidence if you have it not. What are the real facts of the situa tion ? In the first place, the present house of representatives is Democratic by more than three-fourths majority. So over whelming was the Democratic majority that not only the popular vote was Democratic in 1890-by a figure amount ing to a million and a quarter of votes— but the present house, in addition to be ing more than three-fourths Dsmocratic :n its membership, contains a majority of ten, counting by states, which assures the election of Cleveland, in the not ab solutely improbable event of the elec tion going into that body. This was the most signal tidal wave year ever re corded in our annals, and tidal wave years have a great significance. How long do they penerally last? Tbe reply to the question of course de pends on historical analogies. The tidal wave year of 187-I—which elected the Forty-fourth congress that was two thirds Democratic—lasted long enough to give Mr. Tilden a large majority of the popular vote and a majority of the electoral vote, if the votes cast for him had been honestly counted. Throwing out the 16 electoral vote 3of the stateß of South Carolina, Louisiana and Florida, which the Eight To Seven electoral com mission stole and gave to Rutherford B. Haye?, Mr. Tilden bad 184 electoral votes, and Mr. Hayes bad 169. Thus, of these sixteen votes, all of which of right belonged tohira, Mr. Tilden needed only one to elect, while Mr. Hayes needed every one of the sixteen. The electoral colleges at tbat time contained 369 votes, and 185 made a majority. Thus we see that there is a powerful impetus in a tidal wave movement of the people, and that it lastß a long while. It would have elected Hancock in 1880 if John Kelley bad not robbed that gallant soldier of tbe vote of New York. It contributed powerfully to the election of Mr. Cleveland in 1884, for the people never forgot the splendid re j trencbments of tbat tidal wave congress. i Democrats are, of course, perfectly warranted in looking for an immense augmentation of their vote over that of an ordinary presidential year from the large Republican contingent that voted with them in 1890. The .prospects in New York were never better. The party in the Empire state is harmonious <and full of enthusiasm, with all the leaders pulling cordially to gether. The prospects in a num ber of western statea are particularly bright, and notably bo in Illinois, with twenty-four, and Wisconsin, with twelve electoral votes, which just makes up the thirty-six electoral votes of New York. If Harrison should carry New York and loee these two states, or if he should lose New York and carry Illinois and Wisconsin, he ia beaten. In addition, tbe Republican canvass looks despeiate in Kansas, lowa and other western and northwestern states. . If Biaine had been nominated some enthusiasm might have been infused in to the Republican side of the campaign. As it looks now all the efforts of the Platte,-Quays, Dudleys and Wtnamakers cannot galvanize Harrison's fight. Graveyard whistling will not mend the doleful situation a whit. THE MARCH OF THE SCOURGE. The fact that cholera haa made ita ap pearance in the city of New York, not withstanding the efforts made to keep it out,, shows how difficult—if not im possible—it ia to prevent the spread of this dread disease, once it has made its | appearance in a country. Tbe £ye cases jin New York Oity may be counted upon to multiply, and ivedieal men agree that if it penetrates, aa it ia very likely to do, into the densely populated tene ment quarters of that city, nothing will pi'ove effective in staying ita ravages until it has run its course. Having ob tained a lodgment in the great metrop olis, there is no power to prevent its spread to all tbe cities east of the Rocky mountains. We have little hope of staying its marcrr to the Pacific coast, when it has successfully invaded all the trans-montane states. But we can make such preparations to meet the scourge that its ravages wiil be so mit igated in the Pacific coast Btates aa to deprive its coming of the terrorß which accompany its presence elsewhere. The march of cholera from New York westward will be fought at every step, and this may retard ita advent here by that route for several monthß. We are more immediately threatened with it from Mexico than from any other point. The dispatches say that it has broken out at Vera Cruz. If that is true.it will soon make its way to the City of Mexico, for the conditions in that country are very favorable to the rapid propagation of the disease. We are in direct rail communication with the capital of our neighboring republic, and the scourge may make ita appearance at any time at El Paso. Once there, our coast is in the danger line, and nothing but the strictest quarantining of all wbo come from that direction will keep it out of California. Tha state board of health cannot too soon take such action at will save us from an invasion of the disease from tbat quarter. But, after all, the surest means of safety for this section of the Btate is in the adoption of effective sanitary meas ures against the ravages of tbe disease. Here in Los Angeles we should bave no difficulty in reducing its flagrancy to the minimum. No city has a more salubri ous situation, and no city could be made more obnoxious to the domiciliation of this or any other contagion than Loa Angeles. Our climate and the cleanly habita of our people are all in our favor. If the authorities will do their duty and compel the Chinese quarter and some of the more densely populated parts of our city to come rigidly under the rules of health, the cholera will find no lodgment here. In this connection we would urge tbe city government to accelerate the work of building the outfall Eewer. The peo ple have voted the money for its con struction, and no time should be lost in providing Los Angeles with this impor tant outlet for its wastage. With all cur city sewers discharging their con tents through the outfall into the ocean, our city would be thrice armed against any contagion that might find its Wry to this coast. Just now we look upon El Paso as the danger point for a cholera invasion, and invite the attsntion of tbe state and our local boards of health to the considera tion of the best means of providing against its introductioa from tbat direc tion. In this connection we direct attention to the very interesting and euggestive interview in other columns between Dr. Orme and Herald reporter. We have received several communi cations re?pecting gambling. Our cor respondents may be assured that tbey will be attended to in tyne. Tbe Her ald has no intention of being remise in its attention to tbe public in this or any other regard. AMUSEMENTS. The Ensign drew a packed house last night, military accoutrenents being par ticularly conspicuous throughout the audience, but ot course these were tbe citizen soldiery, as Uncle Sam's boys never wear uniform except oft duty. But tbe house was a handsome aud a fash ionable one, for all that. It was a greai disappointment to most of the audience that they should have been kept so long waiting, but we do not see bow that can be helped unless the curtain rises at 7:45 or 8 o'clock at the latest, as the play is not only in five acts, but also has five distinct sets of scenery. It is a strong play and has several fine characters. The tableaux are simply perfect aud the play is not wanting in dramatic situa tions throughout. The great feature of the play is the appearance of President Lincoln in the cabinet room of the Whito Houre just at tbe moment when the mother and the sweetheart of Ensign Baird have abandoned all hope. Tbe unmistat able applause of tbe audience at the sight of the martyr president was not loud but deep. Logan Paul, who plays the part, did not sp-sak. It was not necessary. He folded the baby to his breast, ac she came to p cad for the condemned,man, in eucb a way as to convince tbe audi ence that be was familiar with the ouaint old prairie giant's history. The play will be repeated tonight, and, as the management promises the play shall be over at 10:50, it will probably draw another good house. John Robinson* Great World's Exposi tion. ' Probably the most colossal as well as the most nervy amusement venture of the day is tbat inaugurated this season by the management of the John Robin son show, a venture requiring an expen diture co enormous that a statement of the amount would scarcely be credited by the general reader. We allude to the production on a scale of magnitude and opulent splendor, never precedented, of the new biblical spectacle of Solomon, his temple, and the queen of Sheba, a spectacle prolific in grand scenic effect, impressive in pomp and pageantry, real istic in its reproductions of tbe patri archal era, sacred in its biblical associations, and entrancing in its ballets, poses, marchinge, and group ings. 'The visit of the queen of Sheba to King So'omon's court with her immense and richly costumed re tinue, the judgment of Solomon, tbe sacrifices in the temple, Solomon's 700 wives, the grand processional pageant to meet and welcome Sheba's lovely queen, the walls and city of Jerusalem, the inner court of Solomon's temple, the great throne of ivory, the sacrificial cer emonies, the sacred ark of tbe covenant, the bewitching ballets of lovely cresset girls, and myriad features that can not be given in detail, are the attractions thiß wondrous spectacle presents. With such a desirable feature added to the admirable circus, the vast menagerie, and the royal Roman hippodrome, the many canvases, spacious as they are, should and will be packed from center to circumference by eager and gratified spectators each afternoon and evening. The show will exhibit in thia city, Thursday, September 29th. Two New Consuls. Washington, Sept. 15.—The following consular appointmenta were announced today by the Btate department: Hon. C. M. Barre, consul at Valparaiso, to suc ceed McCreary, resigned; Charles H. Cowan, consul at Manilla, Phillipine islands. Lost. Once lost, it ie difficult to restore the hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest you become bald. Skookum root hair grower Btope falling hair. Sold by druggists. Burt Hadley and Louis Hetting, the two young fellows who some nights ago held up an elderly Frenchman, named Alex Boiron, who was steering toward his home on Amelia street, while somewhat overcome by his potat ions, and relieved him of a gold watch and some change, were arraigned yesterday afternoon, before Justice Owens. Theii examination on the charge of robbery was Bet for the 20lh. Wlnterilla ls the result of long years of study. Patronize California Industries By ordering P. F. Louble Fxtra Brown Stout ■ut ertor to any foreign made stout and porter. Jacob Adloff, agent. Trusses and Shoulder liraces • At John Be<-kwitli & M>ns, druggists, 1103 Korth Main street, junciion of Spring and Temple streets. A fit guaranteed. No trouble to show goods. THERE IS NO CAUSE FOR ALARM If Premises and Persons Are Kept Clean. Dr. Orme's Valuable Views on the Cholera Situation. The Presence of the Dlieiit at Vera Cms — Some Good Advice ac to IMot nud Hygiene—lmportance of State Action. The annouuceutent that cholera had broken out at Vera Cruz, Mexico, and that it might spread to the interior, and thence find its way to El Paso, Tex., and thence to California, has caused considerable discussion locally. A num ber of physicians were interviewed yes terday, and they were all unanimously of tbe opinion that steps should be taken at once to give the people of this coast all the information regarding cholera, how the infection spreads and what steps should be immediately taken m a preventive, or rather as precaution ary measures. DR. ORME INTERVIEWED. Dr. H. S. Orine, who has for 20 years been connected with the etate board of health, and wbo ranks os one of the highest sanitary authorities on the Pacific coast, was seen, and, in response to interrogatories, he eaid "The state board of health will un doubtedly take all the neceesary precau tions. Tlte fact ttiat cholera is prevalent at Vera Cruz, renders the situation seri ous, but there ia no need of any great alarm if the people will only clean up and keep clean. An effective inland quarantine iB aleo a necessity in the event tbe disease Bpreads from Vera to the interior of Mexico. "As to what should be done locally, I would pay that a great deal will be accomplished if the officers of health, or the properly constituted authorities do their duty. Cholera, ia a preventable disease; its habitat is among a crowd ;it levels in tilth and decomposingorganißms but failing to find suitable conditions for its growth and maintenance it dies out. Consequently, the very first thing to be done is for each individual to see that hia house, outhouse and yard is put into a sanitary condition. Do not wait for any health officer; ace to it yourself. Have your drains cleaned out and flushed with water; your privy or cess pool emptied and disinfected immedi ately. See that your cel'ar is cleared of all decaying substances, have it thor oughly whitewashed, and all filth, rags, etc., burned. .BOIL WATER. "If you use river water, which ia al ways more or less polluted, see that it ia boiled before drinking it. Avoid crowd ing in sleeping rooms. See that each room ia properly ventilated, nothing being so conducive to disease as an over crowded and ill-ventilated apartment. Plenty of fresh, pure air, pure water, and wholesome food, with household aud personal cleanliness, will do more to prevent the accees of cholera to your dwelling than all the supplications of the credulous, or the nostrums of the charlatan. While there ia danger of cholera, or, indeed, any epidemic dis ease, developing in your midst, it is an act of piudence to avoid excessive fa tigue from any source, as the system, when tired or exhausted, is much more liable to infection, and lees able to re sist it, than in other conditions. It is also indispensable that the stomach and bowels be kept in a healthy state by avoiding all unripe fruit, decaying veg etables, fish, flesh, or any food that is not perfectly sweet and fresh. BE TKMI'ERATB. "Temperance in all things should be enjoined, and especially in alcoholic beverages, as it is found by experience that the intemperate, or those addicted to drinking intoxicating fluids habit ually, are tbe first to die in an epidemic of cholera. Nature knows no mercy in dealing with the violators of nature's laws; if her laws are transgressed, the punishment ia swift and certain. Food should not be kept in the same room with the sick from any infectious dis eace; neither should that unconsumed by the sick be used by others, but either burned or disposed of in some equally safe way. "The importance of piompt munici pal and domestic preparation will cause the germs of cholera to fall upon sterile soil, should the disease ever gain a foot hold in tbe west. Cholera is not caused by fear, nor by any article of food alone, but by the germs which spread directly and indirectly from the infected person. Especial care should be taken that the dangerous excreta of immigrants be no longer scattered along rail routes. It should all be received in a strong disin fectant solution. Disinfectant solutions ahould bfe added to all water cloeeta on Bleeping cars and immigrant trains. "It is usually impossible to have rigid quarantines, for nothing short of non communication would be useful, and this is impoaaible. There ie no security in a loose system, and complete safety in non-intercourse." THE PACIFIC COAST STATIONS, "We have maritime quarantine sta tions at Port Townsend, San Francisco and San Diego, on this coaat, and I was one who was instrumental in securing them under tbe administration of Presi dent Cleveland. But the greatest danger of infection ia from the interior. "The California board has member ship in the National Board of Health as sociation. As Boon aa an infectious disease breaks out in Texas, our state board will be notified by telegraph, and then measures will undoubtedly be taken by our state board to prevent its introduction here. In the smallpox ep idemic, in 1883, we secured from the maritime hospital service quarantine inspectors who were etationed in Ari zona, and prevented any person, sick or suffering from disease, to enter the state. Thia can be done again. Should cholera break out at El Paso the Texas authorities would attend to it there, but in the meantime we should do every thing that we do locally. A STATE SANITARY INSPECTOR. "What this Btate should bave is a state sanitary inspector. We have an attorney for the etate board of health at J2OOO or $3000 a year—George Knight, of San Francisco, but no state sanitary inspector. The legislature has twice passed a bill creating this office, but it lias failed to become a law. There also is a contagious disease fund, which the state board of health should have to work on, subject to the governor's ap proval. " 'An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.' This is a true adage. The universal remedy ior all pain; Light ning- Fluid. REMOYALOEARANCE SALE We will occupy the NEW BICKNELL BLOCK on BROADWAY, opposite the City Hall, about No vember ist, with a new line of goods. We intend to close out our present stock before moving, and will name prices that the goods. We invite inspection and comparison in prices. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET FURNITURE CHEAP 351-353 N. MAIN ST., Opposite Baker Bl'k. -:• Los Angeles, Cal. Let us remember it and and prepare for cholera ahould it come. It is not the present alone that we are guarding against, but the future. Tbe greateat danger will be next year. Follow out carefully all instructions given and keep clean. During the laat days of Novem ber the American Public Health associa tion will meet in the City of Mexico, and the subject will come up there for discussion. I will attend to pnrticipßte. Do not let us here in California be un prepared for a cholera visitation, either this year or next. New York waa caught entirely unprepared, and observe what sad results have ensued." Dr. Orme has given the subject of san itation great study, and his remarks are timely and to the point. TilK STATE BOARD OK HEALTH. From a circular issued by the Btate board of health, the following facts are obtained as to what steps that body has and will take, as noted: It is the intention of the state board of health, ac soon aB the emergency arises, to establish refuge stations at the points of entry of railroads into the Btate, and to exhaust every resource author ized by the lews of the state to prevent cholera from passing our borders. If it ba practicable to stop all trains on the Oregon, the Central Pacific at Truckee, the Atlantic and Pacific at Needles, aud the Southern Pacific at Yuma, and compel every man, woman and child, with baggage and freight, to be washed and fumigated, the express and mail matter to be effectually disin fected, and a change of cars made, with out any escaping tbe ordeal, tbe quaran tine might be called effectual; but it would be far from absolute, for measures could scarcely be taken to prevent a pas senger from getting off a train before reaching the quarantine station, and rid ing or walking around it into the state. No reflecting person'will declare prac ticable the placing of an absolute land quarantine along the California border? What immunity bave the people then from the much-dreaded cholera? None at all, except tbat which is with cer tainty obtained by cleanliness. This, it will be urged, ia impracticable in aome quarters. Clean up your own premises, then ; clean the well; empty and disin fect the cesspool and privy vault; cleanse the house drains: allow no garb age heaps on your premises; ventilate your basements, and you have made an excellent beginning. Then get your neighbor to do the same, and get the town, village or city authorities to adopt like measures. A town, like a private house, has a source of water supply to lock after and a sewer system with a place of discharge. It has its slaughter houses and glue factories, its crowded tenement houses, and teetering plague apots. Look to your local health boarda and back them In their efforts to place your town in a condition to resist the invader by depriving him of subsistanee. It cannot exiat and propagate without some form'of filth to breed in. It ia better to be prepared for the worst. 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