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|; f NATIONAL Ticket For Preaident, | Winfield Scott Hancock P' OF PENNSYLVANIA. Ej, B*or Vice-President, | William H. English, r" OF INDIANA. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS I a " WM. T. WALLACE. San Francisco ft- DAVID 8. TERRY San Joaquin |i; ML J. O. BHORB San Francisco |g W.B.C. BROWN Sacramento ;'K> BARCLAY HENLEY Sonoma $ B. F. DEL VALLE Los Angeles ALTERNATES I X , ? THOS. B. BISHOP San Francisco : h OEN. P. F. WALSH „..San Francisco P OAMERON H. KINO San Francisco L■' A. CAMINETTI — Amador S «T. H. BEAWELL Mendocino wf «• «. WARD Merced OMMBBSIOHAL NOMINATIONS I *>'* KrstDlatriot WM S. ROSECRANB. . i Second District. JOHN R. GLASCOCK. :f Third District C. P. BERRY $g Fourth District WALLACE LEACH mm , For Assemblymen, R. F. DEL VALLE, W. F. HEATBMAN. For City Justice of Los Angeles City, ; D. M. ADAMS. For Township Justice of Los Angeles, JOHN TRAFFORD. A Feeble Canard. . Tbe attempt la Los Angeles, where Hancock Is so universally known and so universally liked, to Identify the Democratic candidate ' for President with the brutal inva elon of the rights of a citizen, has 1 proved a pitiful failure. In addi tion to the testimony of Major Henry Hancock, a Republican who is going to vote for bis name sake, we are enabled to-day to throw a new and convincing light upon the matter, gleaned from a conversation with Major \V. B. - Beynolds*. Mejor Reynolds was yesterday cited by the Commercial : as autboiity tor tbo gross calumny of Gilbert ou tbe personal charac ter of General Hancock. The Ma jor aays it is true that Gilbert aud Hosmer were lv possession of the oil springs described. He enys, further, that au attempt waa made to oust these persons, and that substantially the language recapit ', dieted by Gilbert was ussd, viz., tbat if tbey—Gilbert and Hosmer— - - did not get out of tbe enclosure their carcasses would ho thrown over tbe fence. But here comes the material divergence—this emphat ic language was used by Mr. Brent, of tbe law firm of Scott & Brent, and not hy Gen. Hancock. Major Beyuolda was interested iv these " oil springs, anil was one of the party arrested, but he La? nothing but . words of ridicule for any charge which associate!! tho then Captain Hancock with auy scheme or vio lence or "bull-dozing." Not only was Oapt. Hancock iguoraut or all tbe violeut phased of this matter, but, when he found that Major Reynolds was under arrest, ho ex pressed the utmost sympathy aud indlguatlou. The truth of the matter, thanks to Major Reynolds's clear uarra , tive, liesiu a nutshell. Captaiu Hancock was asked by his friends to engage in a little speculation which promised large profits. He waa simply asked to go In ou the "ground floor" plan, knowing • really knothing of the particulars. He was allowed to contribute $500, or some other small sum, as his quota. Io the same way he had 1 engaged in other speculations, notably in copper mines. All the United Statas army officers sta tioned ou this coast, dazzled by tb* fortunes springing up on every side, were quite naturally anxious to share iv thegeneral enrichment. Tbe names of every one or them are scattered over this Southern eountij, lv coruerlots, from Yuma to San Diego. Hancock's copper ■peculations are a tradition which sited bis memory or Southern and Lower California, but which failed to enrich his purse. Thus la reaolved into the dim mest penumbra of fable a laboriously gotten up story in tended to convict Hancock of personal brutality. Major Reynolds says thut he never knew Hancock to be guilty of an unjust or an un gentiemanly action, nor could he think It possible that he oould be guilty ot oue. He says that the *o % Called Uoited States soldiers, in (trumental lv the eviction of GII -».T»ert and Hosmer, were really teamsters In the employ of Don I Jose Rubin, who had been former | lyin the services of Hancock ac '■ Uoited States quartermaster. I There was a very summary method i adopted with the Messrs. Gilbert j and Hosmer, but Hancock was as innocent of knowledge or.or partlc v Ipation in it as tbe babe unborn. Iv tbe foregoing we have given the eubstanoe, not tbe words, or ■ Major Reynolds's recollections of r the matter. Taken in oonneotlon tb* frank talk of Mr. Hosmer, '.Of Gilbert <t Hosmer, with a re porter of tbe Examiner, published M yesterday, it convert* into c fare*, an attempted local I vsmmmn i» the inter*** of o*r- < field. The effort to convince any one hereabouts that Hancock, in all his actions, was anything but a chivalrous and considerate gentle man, has proved to bo a moßt la mentable miscarriage. It points a moral and adorns a tale of impo tent political malice. Honerably Discharged. After all tbe parade about tbe arreit of tbe publisher of Truth, aud the terrible things which were to be done to him, a special tele gram to the Herald from Senator Barnum, of the Democratic Na tional Committee, shows that Hart was yesterday honorably dis charged by the Republican Judge Noah Davis, before whom he was arraigned. The fact is that thu au thenticity of tho Morey letter bas beeu established beyond the possi bility of a doubt, and the impudeut attempt to use the machinery of tbe courts to persecute a man who merely did his duty has proved abortive. The Morey letter is lv sympathy with the whole publlo record of Garfield. It Is a matter well known amongst the better In formed politicians of this coast tbat, while California and Nevada public man wereoloseted with Pres ident Hayes, endeavoring to per suade bim to sign the Fifteen Pas senger bill, Mr. Garfield was in waiting with a gang of long-haired Eastern sentimentalists to sullen up tbe President to veto the bill. He voted In Congress to sustaiu the infamous veto which dashed tbe hopes of Californlans. Earlier he voted against Johnson's bill, In troduced in the House 011 the £SJ of March, 1569, and which was as follows: resolved, That in passing the res olution for tbe Fifteenth Amend ment to tbe Constitution of the United States, this Houae never intended that tbe Chinese or Mon golian! should become voters. Mr. Garfield's name was found amongst the 106 nays which de feated this just and patriotic reso lution. In acting aa he did the i, aud as he has consistently acted since, ho was influenced by the sentiments avowed iv the Morey .letter. He was anxious that em ployers or labor should have an op portunity to "buy labor where they cau get it cheapest." He thought, wheu it camo lo voting to sustain the Hayes veto, as he thought when he wrote the Morey letter, that tiie Burliugume treaty "should ho religiously kept until "ite provisions are abro gated hy tho action of the "genera! governnn nl." lie. adds, "I am not pff pated to **y tbat it "should be abrogated until our "great mamtf . niing Interests are "conserved iv tho matter of labor." Every part of Mr. Garfield's con duct ami words, Up till the time he became a candidal* tot President, fits Into the other as though it had been dove tailed or morticed with great care. The editor of Truth, In making the Morey letter public, has done the people an inestimable service. We give, iv our local columns, some correspondence from Cahuen ga which shows the "true Inward ness" of the eo-cailed Greenback movement in Los Angeles county. The names of our correspondent and of his informants are available to auy one who feels an interest in the matter. No reasonable mm can doubt the effect or the Green back movement iv this campaign, here and elsewhere. It is calculat ed to contribute to Republican suc cess at a time wheu, It they suc ceed, tbe Republican mausger9can laugh to ecoin any attempt to dis lodge them hereafter. There are voters with Democratic impulses who are in danger of losing their votes through a Qulxotish devo tion to oue Weaver, an ex-Repub lican collector ol Internal Revenue, wbo has seized the oue opportunity of his lire for making a "stake" in personating a Presidential man of straw. Let no one who wishes well to the Republic bo deceived by shallow pretences into giving aid aud comfort to ths enemy in bis last attempt to overturn free American institutions. If the Re publican managers, after counting themselves Into the Presidency in 1876, oan buy their way there in 1880, the old era of the Pretorian guards is upon us, aud the poor man, aud the man who earns his bread in the sweat of his brow, will never thereafter know what it Is to have a real potential voice In American election*. It is in the power ot the citizen to doy to cash ier unworthy public servants. Tbe opportunity, ouce suffered to pas*, may uever come again. j Both Democrats and Republi cans hold torchlight processions to night. Wo think that ths selection of the same evening for such a demonstration was very injudi cious. However, we hope that high good humor will govern both parties and that the collisious fre quently incident to such celebra tions in the East will be absent. If our Republican fellow citizens bad desired to show something like party comity, in view of tbe faot tbat tbey will have a seoond torch light procession Monday night, tbey would bavo concentrated tbeir whole energies on that, and conoeded Saturday to tbe Demo crat*. We are glad to learn tbat harmonious arrangement* bave been effected for tbe government tftt toe reeptctlv* procesilons. From a conversation with Dr. J. Campbell Shorb, wbo has lately been doing eloqueot and effective work In Nevada, we learn that the Democratic canvass in the Silver State Is tv a very encouraging plight. Col. Jim Fulr has thrown himself into tiie canvas* heart and soul, aud his success iv tho Legis lative elections means tiie tri umph of Hanoock and English In Nevada. Republicans are dleposed to admit that Fair will bo tbe next United Stales Senator, but they console themselves with the hope that he is making a purely per sonal canvass. Iv this theory they are reckoning without their host. Wk notice that the Phoenix Her ald talks about tho President as the "ruler' of the Uuited States, and shout I lie ample domain of the Union being his "dominions." It is much to be hoped that this slav ish language will not come exten sively Into vogue. It is opposed to all our traditions und to the in stincts of tbe citizens of a Repub lic. Tho President is simply the first citizen of tho Republic. He is the servant of the people, and only to be honored when he fully and unreservedly acknowledges that fact. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpsclal to the II liialu by the Western Union Telegraph;Corapany.] PACIFIC COAST. STOCK JRlfll'Oli'l.'. SAN KRANOISCO STOCK AND EX CHANGE 130ARD. MOHNIKO SESSION San Fhancisco October £8 «S0 oplllr, *H, „••„ 140 Jacket, i 4 710 M*xlcHii. 7!i, 7H 8 i Confidence, 8.65 bit) 465 8 Nevada. lii, 281 G 4 C, 3.35, 3.30 1% JOSa" tOUiah, G',i 120 cal,., 1.00 7 0 Bullion. 1.75,1.70 600 Savage, 1.05, 1 376 Exchequer. 1 150 Con V a, 263 20 Seg Belcher." 290 ChollHr, 2.0. <2.5 overman, 95c, $1 SCO Poms!, 2, 1.85, IjO Union, 11, Ilk, 1.00,2,1 85 HH 210 TI *N, 2.50 610 Al la, 2.70 110 Point, 1.05 320 ilccMeuial, 1, l'sc 1310 Belcher, 2, 1.(0, 200 Scorpion, 1 1.05 AFT KB, NOON BTUEKTS—I **. a. Cholliir. 2.10 a; Union, UU s; Con Vir ginia, 2.73 s; Ovennau, Hoc b; Utah,7% b; Confidence, :*.70 b; Navajo, Sue s; Ben. t0u,75eb,80 a; Belcher, 2.10 b; Mexican, 754 ii; Alt*. 2.965; Savnue, 1.05 b; Jacket, 3.40 b, 3.50 a; I'otosl, 1.80 b,2 a; Gould 4 Curry, taj b, .1.00 a; Imperial,lsc b, 20 a; M Relic, H l /, b, »a; exchequer. 1.05 b; Crown Point, 1.10 b; Rest A iselcher, b, tH»i Caliiornia, 160 b; Bullion,loo s; Sierra Nevada, 7? B b; Uphlr, 7s. ii i. ntpl le CaiMsees Dee. Hues crane Willi Ilk* Mii?»y lu eMVaeellJ l:t ;»■;-. CO" charge .nuii **se*)a*iaees v .riii-id n r*n«U4!. San Francisco, Oat. 29tb.—Th* Call will to-morrow print the fol lowing iuterview with General Roaecrans with regard to tho tele gram from tho East which charges that the signature lo the Morey letter was copied from a letter written by General Gaifieh! to General Roeeeraua iv 1865, which letter is now claimed to be in the possession nf certain parties in the But: Reporter—Can you give any ex plunatiuu nf the manner in which this story originated? Gtu. Hoseerans—No, sir, I can not. It was evideutly manufac tured out of whole cloth. Some explanation had to be ottered, und they probably selected me as the best scapegoat from tbe fact that I was SO far away, uud probably be cause I have been friendly to Gar field. Reporter—Then there is no found ation to the story that you sent the letter East? General—No, air. The whole charge is absurd aud willfully false. I never sent auy such letter, and I pronounce the story an Infa mous lie. Reporter—Do you notice that the telegram Insinuates that you know ingly leut your aid to tbe scheme of forgery? General—Yes, sir. I can't ex press my contempt for meu who would sloop so low. It is an In famous outrage, and I just waut to say one word about that foolish lit tle fudge speech which Garfield re cently delivered at Mentor. I never yet have attacked Garfield, but I de now, and I pronouuoe hiuu a fraud—an unmitigated fraud. The General throughout the in terview labored under great excite ment, bis vehemence, causing him to tiemble violently. He de nounced all parties connected with the charge of complicity In un measured terms. aiilenuid UHiDutirntlo Torelillalu riuorialiin nl luu II ij t uy. San Franclsgo, Oot. 29th.—A grand Democralio torchlight pro cession lias been passing for nearly an hour and is still on the march, presenting a fine appearance. The column is headed by a (quad of police and drum corps, the Grand Marshal aud a cavalcade of aides, followed by the Hancock Laucers, a long line or carriages filled with Mexican Veteran* and the VV. P. C. and Democratic State Central Committees, the State Club, the Democratic County Committee, the W. P. C. Ward Presidents, suc ceeded by division after division of Hancock Rangers of various na tionalities, the fire brigades, Blue and Grey Legions, Young Men's Hancock Guards, Ward Clubs, etc., etc. The streets and sidewalks were lined with people aud the windows were crowded. Fireworks were let off at various points, and torches, Roman candle* aud colored lights made the streets bright throughout the line of march. It is impossible at present to estimate tbe number In tin*, only a portion having yet passed, but It is cer tainly a first-class turnout lv point of number* and enthusiasm, arrests fur Illegal atetlairallaa. Vallejo, Oot. 29.—United States Deputy Marshall Patterson to-day arrested four persons for fraudu lent registration. Tbe would-be illegal voters belong to tbe cor vette Peusaeola. ■■•I aad Kill**. Tucson, Oot. 29tb.—Dan Moraw, colored, shot aad killed Ifr. WU son bere at sundown. Whisky was the cause. Wilson was a bad character. EASTERN. Tiie I'llEisulasll.s. New York, Oot. 28th.—In the Philp examination to-day the prosecution wanted a postpone ment ou the ground that Lynu witnesses had not arrived and that another expert was sick. Brooks and Pryor objected to delay and wanted to produce proof of the genuineness of the letter. Judge Davis eald that, owing to the na tioual character of this case, he would sit as an examining magis trate, a thinr not without prece dent, although unusual. If this letter, tho Judge continued, was written hy General Garlleld, it was not only unworthy of him, but 9hould condemn him In the eyes of tbe American people. riif Slurry 1.-n.r Utastlt- Tiie Fulfil.tier it "frails'' lloiih.i. -uiy Disrli.trgt'il. ISPKCIAhTO TUB UI.KAI.I). | New York, Oct. E9ih. Editor Herald, Los Angeles: lu/respouse to Inquiries relative to tbe Garfield Chinese case, Senator Barnum has sent the following dis patch: New York, Oct. 29, ISSO. To the Public: The Garlleld letter Is not a forg ery. Mr. Joseph Hart, publisher of Truth, was honorably discharged this morning by the Republican Chief Justice of the General Term of the Supreme Court of New York —Hou. Noah Davis. Wm. B< Barnum, Chairman National Democratic Committee. Oallfaauala Vt'urHliitf uien Appeal lo Kaeieru llssunoral*. New York, Oct. 29 —The morn ing papers mate that the Natioual Democratic Committee received yesterday a telegram from the Workiugmeti's Party of California, calling uu the Democrats of the nation to come to the assistance of the California Workingmen at the next election, who, far from being the most prosperous of any iv the Union, the address says, have been reduced iv many iustances to beg gary by Die hoide of Chinese who have obtruded themselves luto ev ery brauch of industry. tl,-, . Ui.itl til Hal le bu U.lievrd. New York, Oct. 29th.—At the meeting at living Hull last night Hewitt spoke aud referred to tbe Chinese letter. He repeated tbat he did not consider that the body oftbe loiter was written by Gar field, but he regarded the signature as genuine. He then reviewed Gen. Garfield's career in Congress and said: "Gen. Garfield I) not a man who has any right to expect that any Democrat will believe his unsupported testimony." tcu.a* Ball AirrCN l.* Ktirr<*ii<ler. Bismarck, Oof. £9.h.—General Miles through his emissary (Wuy lotra), has persuaded Kitting Bull to come into Fort KeOf,'b aud sur render. Ostlrase tv New eHa*ttat~*Asi luor fettNiv,* Nasi SSIal Dana mikl Af arsHniM Beeiea by Cnlwea He* paßiieaa a. Ni.w Haven, Conn., Oot. 29th.— As Ihe Republican torchlight pro cession was pussing Hie corner of Oak and Dwigiit streets, last even ing, v number of boys were stand ing on tbe pavement blowing tin home at the processionists. This ho enraged one of the memhpra of the colored company from Hart ford that lie struck one of the boys iv the face witli his, torch, where upon the boys took to their heels. •Several of the colored men pursued the boys, und oue of them (a Hurt ford ueuro), whose name has not yet been learned, fired a pistol into the crowd. The ball struck an In offensive epectaior named Peter Sweeny, passing through his groin. He fell down and was set upon and severely beaten, his Jaw being broken. The doctor iv at tendance says that Hweeney will die before morning, his wounds be ing fatal. Hweeuy being an Irish Democrat aud his atsatianls col ored men, there is much excite ment over the matter. Poverty's Grip. Tub annoyances to which a man without money cau be subjected are without number, but it is sel dom that two acquaintances are <n tbe same box at once. Ou Congress street yesterday one man said to another as they met: "Ah! you miserable liar, I'd break your nose for a dollar!" The person thus addressed open ed bis wallet, but it was empty. He wanted his uose broken ever so much, but ho couldn't raise the cash. Then he remarked: "You gray-headed poltroon, I'd lick you for ri fry cents!" The gray-bead felt in nil his pockets, but bo found no half dol lar. He was cast dowu over the condition or his finances, but man aged to Bay: '•I'll give you a boso linking for Just five cents!" The other went down Into all his pookele, but no nickel could be dis covered. Disappointment sat en throned upou his faoe as he re plied: "Give mo two ceul3 uud I'll roll you iv the gutter!" Tbe other couldn't raise it. Even when they offered to lick each other for a cent the money could not be produoed, and botli went their ways realizing how ke»n the grip of poverty cau be tlghteued. The Nervous Man. [It. J. Burdette] "I had my misgivings, boss," the waiter said to the landlord, who wae questioning him about hie conduct toward the tall gentle man iv blue clotbee who eat at tbe third table from tbe door, "I bad my eueplcioue when he sot down dat he was carryln' moah whisky dan wae good for 'lm, but he was puffeckly quiet an' behave himself well enough and I didn't pay no attention to ltontwellhe picked up a baked potato and bole It oar' fully over de alg glass wld bis left band and began to tap de end ol ds potato wid his spoon. He hit It right smart three or four times, aud den be wback it once or twice on de alga of de plat* aud looking solemn as an owl all de time, he oall me up to 'lm au say jest as p'Jlte and dignlfltd a* a President, 'wallah,' he say, 'I wish you would jest fix dls blled alg for me, if you please; I'se lorse a good deal of •leeD las' nlgbt, and I'm a little narvous dis mawnln',' be says. An' I know I hadn't done ought for to laugh, boss, but I hope to die ef I could help It." The landlord didn't disobarge him under the circumstances. A prize was offered for the mother who presented the greatest number of her own children at the Indiana Statu Fair. Mis. Smith aud Mrs. Line were each accom panied to the fair by nine, but Mrs. Line gave birth to the tenth on the grounds, aud so took the prize. Vacant Places In the dental ranks will never oc cur If you are particular with your teeth, aud cleanse them every day with tbat famous tooth-wash, Soz odont. From youth to old age it will keep the enamel spotless and unimpaired. The teeth of persons who U9e Sozodo.nt have a pearl - like whiteness, and the gums a roseate hue, while tbe breath is purified, and rendered sweet and fragrant. It is composed of rare autiseptie herbs and is entirely free from the objectionable and in jurious Ingredients of tooth pastes, etc. NEW TO-DAY. Wanted. For six months, a tarnished house of six or eight rooms, by a gentleman and wifr, without children. Satisfactory ref erences given. Address B. It. D. f Herald ofUce. 030-2t ORPHANS' HOME. A meeting ot tho Young Ladles Auxili ary society < f the Orphans' Home of Los Angeles will be held in Oood Templars' HallTO-DfYY (SATURDAY! at 2 P M. Per order. C. R. HUTcUINB, Secretary. ATTENTION THIRD WARD Hancock and English DEMOCRATS. You are requested to be at the CLUB ROOM, corner of Kecoud and Spring- Bt*.. at hair-pant 8 P. m. TO-DAY (Saturday), to take part In the Grand Torchlight Procession. All residents of this ward wishing to turn out in procession are cordially In vlied. Torches will be provided at the Cluo Room. TO THE HANCOCK & ENGLISH OLTJJ3S OF LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY. At a raeetingof the Democratic Club or Los held at the Club Rooms, in Downey block, last night, the following reso ution whs uuanf njously ndopted: UtsoWed, That the invitations hereto fore eitended to the Hancock nnd Eng lish Ciubs and Democrats of the county, be published In the Los Angeles Hfr.K aLL), si; ad Calipornische Post and i.'l'.mon Noi;vKLLK,iuiu that all Clubs, Societies and indiviauals that, propone t<> Join in the torchlight procession ou Saturday night, October 80th, he request ed to report, at their earliest convenience to Chief Marshal GtiORGE U. SMUH, at li Is office, Temple Block, In order that their positions may be assigned them. All such Clubs, societies and Individu als who desire to join tbe procession and who have not previously reported, ure requested to report at the rendezvous of the procession, at the corner of Los An* gele-i and Requena streets, at 6:SO p.m. on Saturday. By order of the Democratic Club. J. H. CRAWFORD, President, C. E. MILES, secretary. THE HERALD STEAM PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK notequaiedin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a San Francisco finish and style. PATENT Minera Wool. Entirely fire-proof and un deoaylng. For Lining Boofs, Walls, Furnaces, Ice-Houses, Refrigerators, Heater-Pipes, Boilers, eto. H E BEST INSULATOR OF HEAT, COLD AND SOUND. ALEXANDER D. ELBERS, BOH Broadway. i P.O. Box »*«. Maw York. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND TORCHLIGHT PEOCESSIOH Anticipating the election of HANCOCK AND...... ENGLISH I The Demecraey of theCiiy aud County will march in a Grand Torchlight Procession! Saturday JSv'g", October 30th, After which addresses will be delivered from the Grand Stand In front of Dow ney Block, by J. CAMPBELL SHORB And other Eminent Orators from San Francisco. swDemocrat« from the country desir ing to participate in the demonstration will report to Col. CEO. H. SMITH, (lltANj) MAHBHAL. By order of THE COMMITTEE. FIBST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES, PBESIDEBT J. E. BOLLEKBECK CABHIEE E. P, BfEHOB oUtf Morey & Sperrv, KCRNISiIKKS OF Mining Supplies, 88 LIBERTY ST., NEW YOKK. MXNING MACHINERY. STEEL SHOES AND DIES IFTEH many years of patient research /l and experiment, we have suooeeded in producing Steel Shoes and Steel Dice for Quarts Hills, whioh are unequalled for durability, strength and eoonomy; they will wear three times longer than any iron shoes. 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