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Tift*. appe*r*nco of Oen. Roger A.
IV. in tho role of oouuael for tiie slftyer of the infamous Carey nil! afford the attendant* upon llrltlsh court* a very ptctureaijue epiaode. Oen. Pryor In pri-Honnrl ia a typical Southerner--a breed of man atrikingly opposed to tlio Britisli physique *n<l genernl make-up. In addition, it* ia whnt ia known aa a lightning talker, no phonographcr liclng ablo to keep within laps and laps of bia voluble and energetic eloquence. That Pryor's effort will sustain bia own for ensic copulation and that ol the Ameri can bar as well, we do not doubt. Th* aplendid aiicceaa of .ludah P. Benjamin, the Confederate Secretary of State, at the London bar, has probably piqued the curiosity of the Kngliah barrister aa to other distinguished rv Confl lat. s of the aame profeaaion. OU'nUlll ap pears to have a rraaonablo defenae, nnd that hia associated American ami liish counsel will make the moat of il is qalttl likely. In the case of O llonnell It will not lie possible to do things in n ..nin l, with secrecy and much btill-ib./.- DAILY HERALD. Blnglo Ooj-de* of the Herald, Centa. Herald Steam Printitig House. The llr.s«i.i, SUram I'rlntlag Houae 'a not aut parsed |, v ,„r Job Prtneta| <'™cc on the PactSo Oeast. out-due ot San Pranciaoo, In ladllllee tor Mag Job »ork l/>« prices, gooil work anrl ex pedition may be r. Ilisl ape* at this ofllor Bpecial Notice. Hereafter ir.itices ol (Jompanlee, eocletlea. church,.-, el ' , wllll.nl) lie Inserted In the llr.stl.a ea paid aslvenlaemenU. We reecrve, (or Plaoas ot Worship, a gratuitous directory, wh eh will appear every Runrlav inorqilill Brantana llroa., No. IS Union H,|iinre, New York City are agents tor the IlaaAL.-.. It will esMtaalh lie tound on aale on their counter*. TlieilM'ii'i la the etndal p*a*(r *l eh* clt) of Loa Anpel,'. The rity ili iliuiucnt tax'liats and all oth, i mana-flp*l nolieesappear only Is lv rub The Henat-l> offlce la connected with Hie tele phone aysteiu ot Lo* Angelea city and county. Orders for advertlaementa or Job work ma. 1. Bent throne Ii this medium to tmmher 1 ',6. Mr A. S. llolllngsworth Is the Santa Ana agent the IlntAVa. ing of anthority -circumstances which havo characterized tb* trials thnt tune linen had In Dublin. The boaated Brltlah justice will let on th* de fenslve. Already the officer* of tbe Crown have had to recede from ceiiaiu peremptory and unjust regulations which had b*en prescribed for the cus tody of O'Donnell, ono of which even at. tempted to prevent hia couusel from ob tr.ilillig ncceas to him. While the petty malice of denying tobacco to the pris oner may be indulged in with Impunity, in tiie fat c oi Ihe world no glaring deni als of cither Iho forms or thesuhataaceof justice will b* ventured upon. O'Don nell ocenpios an entirely different atti tude fi-oin that of tliu wretches who as. aassinntc l CuM inlish and llnike. Kven admitting thai, with every clrcitinstance of [»>*i*illl»>lnn. lv slow (Juicy, be might wil claim, tSA patriotic trtlh" man, that he «as striking nt the tradi tional curse of Ireland in tho person of an odious informer. Hut O'Donnell's case is not ao precarious as that. He claims to ban. bad m. knowladga that Caroy was on board Ihe ship on which thoy wore both embarked; and that, in a aadoaffl i-uarrol, br night on hy Carey's sus|iicions, he killed the wretch In aolf defencc. There is nothing improbable in such a claim. Kvery thief doth see in every hush nn officer; and Carey, self conscious and timid, was ready to gl»* himself aw ay on the slight**! OMswllia, and to «en in O'Dotint.ll all cmissaiy dis patched to slay him. Under such cir cumstances a deadly collisioli was one of the moat natural things in the world, and it rei|uiios no straining of either the imagination or the credulity of nn intel ligent man lo accept Iho theory that O'Donnell, I hough innocent ol anglitbiit protection; his life, is in danger from tlio vengeance ol that SO a snilweUel, The rais ing of n land for hia defence thus be comes ft patriotic duly incumbent upon all Irishmen, and it ia a pleasant thing to know thnt the responsibility boa lieon met with the usual generosity and spon taneity of (he MIL Bo.Mr.wuiv has atarted the story that Congressman Hndd wears $40 night ahirta. Almost anything is excusable in a man who could beat l'age in the old •econd district, Unless this talented and riaing young Statesman can disprove the statement, however, his popularity la likely to sutler in certain hack wood* portion* of bia district, where "bll*d" •hlrtt are held iv abhorrence. Till Sun Francisco .S'foct Exchange •ays that lhat accomplished newspaper man, Major lieu C. Truman, was ten dered (lie position of managing editor of the San FrnnclßGo Affix under its new proprietorship. The offer was declined. Major Truman finds his position as tlio head of the literary bnrcau of tho Cen tral and Southern Paollle Railways both pleasant and profitable. Thi novel spectacle lias been pre sented In Washington of three thousand colored citizens denouncing n decision of .- th* Supreme Court of th* United States. The olil .'111111.111(111 w ho All the gowns In the court in f he old capitol will adjust their ipectacle* and debate whether or not it would be expedient to commit the Men nml Brethren to prison for con tempt of court. Twenty years ago one ol the most fashionable amusement* was denouncing the Suprome Court, and the practice is coining into vogue again. Tu* curious thini-a about the so-called Yellow Fever eases which have been re ported in California are: (1.) That yel low foyer is almost unknown In this Btate; and, (2.), that Its ravages always end on or before October. For these reason- we do not believe that lliere has beeu a genuine case of Yellow lank in tian Francisco, all the cases so far re ported being doubtless Tonto or < 'hagrca f*ver. The former waa undoubtedly the cause of so many deaths iv liiiayinaa and Sonnra generally. The small rainfall •Imply intonailied lh. local foyer which prevails there every year. i f y,m ii ant your Kattn n Jrinali to tlltllC MWritlfm Uttatf Los da)a«taM e*)| thi- ISIWrt thirty-two-jiaat Uluttratr.d UtrMi, v hi h is nnfv.fV'lfen ccnfi a cojt.i/, or eUjkl far a, dollar. In fiool- form it would malr a gooA-tiard estssM, nnrf it MMtNN all thr mm\tmm ■B*M (I f,oi/l thit tm) and . nnnly. By no olasa Is the art ol ndTortielng better understood than by the managers ot great draver,alio and musical celebri ties. The primitive devicea of Prof. Anderson and Phlnese Bar num have been eclipsed n thousand fold by tbe modern manfteers nud impresarios. The latent example of thia eurioua ingenuity wee exhibited by the managers of Mnry Anderson, who got up tbe etory of tbe Americnn notross hnving declined to re reive tbe Prince of Wales. This, of Ua kind, was na good as Mr. Huchanan's re fusal to attend the Queen's Drnwing Room in court dross while Minister to England. Mary got a great deal of gra tuitous advertising on tbe strength of her Republican prudery. She is now getting a second installment, based on the fact tbat she A,,- allowed the Prince to be presented to her. Tbo result ot sll this fanfare will be tbat when Mary comes homo there will be a great and remunerative rush to see her. Superior Court ttepulveda, J Ti Ksnu , o. t. If, iss.'t. l h. People vs. Marin IgllftC.a I.npe/. Ity consent caused passed for the term. Peoate va. Amuiinto Castillo ■ ■Cause Ml to, November 5, 1883, at 10 a. m. /„ , a. ii. Foe, Tens TrUI Juror— Exetteetl lor the tenet on account of de f«,-tivi: honring. People VS Wui. V. hiniliall, Win. Smith, Cvu. I. Smith, Win. Parker faad I-'.. ('utn)i>mi;s Cans,' Ml for Nov. 7, Iss:t, ul 111 v. St. People re. I'hos. t. Mitchell Cms,' ■al foi Nov. Id, 1883, at 10 a. si. People tb I' A. Keynolils Cause set lot Nov. Hi, 1883, at 10 A. at, People vs. Amailo Armenia Cmm BCI for Nov. 1."., 1883, nt 10 A. M, W.J. Ktnrabttry. Ksu., appointed nsaoeiate counsel with W. M.llrnl.nm, for defend- Rllt. People vs. .lohn.M. foster- CeUAO set for Nov. 11, 1883, ut 10 A. H. People vs. Kiln Amadou Mid Lottie areenleaJ CAatt wt lor Hot. id, ISB3, 10 A. At. People vs. Henry Kmc. King nnd Cfodfrey, attorneys lot drlcudnnt, alul District Attorney In Court, Cause set for Doe. 11, IBS 3, nt 10 A. K. People vs. Jetty Neaell- KingamlCod frey attorneys for defenilant und District Attorney In Court Caaee set for Dee. 11. I8s:i. at l:30r. m. People i i. Seliastian l.mile -Cause set for Nov. 23, 1883, at 10 v. St. People vs. Georgeßedding Cauea set for Nov. M, 1883, nt 10 A. M People vs. tiustave Steinberg- Cnlise passed. I'eeplevs. Lena .lunge Cause passed. People vs. J, K. CnnllollVr Cause set for Nov. 95, 1883, nt 10 \. si. People vs. .lohn A, WHIISH C.iuae act for Nov. '.'II, 1883, at 10 A. M, People vs. Soledad Rodi-iipier -Cause act hit Nov. 1883, at 10 a. v. People vs. Alfred Moore -Cause set for Nov. '28, ISB3, ul 10 a. m. People vs. I. 11. Rowland- tin motion ol Dislriet Attorney eauao diaiuiased on tbegrotind tbat the evidence isiusuf. tieient to justify ft conviction. People va. Ah Yotfejt 0»«»H act for Nov. X, 1883, at 10 A. M. People vs. S.Krnst .-Cause act for Nov. 87, 1883, nt 1:3 I) F, M. Peoplo vs. Uoliert Proby -Cause Nl lor Dee. 3, 1883, at 10 A. M. People vs. 11. Hanson Cant* act for Deo. 4, 1883, at 1:30 P. m. i People vs. Poter Hascassi Cause set 1 for Nov. O, 1883, at 1:30 r. m. Teople va. A. Hay- Cauaosetfor Nov. 21, 1883, at 10 A. M. People vs. Linares-Caust set lor Dee. 4, 18S3, nt 10 A. M. People vs. Francisco Saia C.iuae act lor Dec. .I, 1883, at 10 A. M. People vs. John Mayer Cause set for Dec. "» ISB3, al 1 iSO r, al, People va. N. O. Wingwiat-Causo set for Dee. (i, 1883, nt 10 a. at. It is a matter of very great doubt aa to whether to-day the Stato of Nevada has aa many inhabitants aa Los Angeles oounty, and yet this mockory of a Com monwealth has two Senntors of tbe United States. Outside ot her mining Interests, whioh seem to be in n stnte of lamentable decadence, Nevada ia simply a cattle range. No wonder tbat ambi tious young territories find it hard to get into the charmed circle of the sisterhood of States with such a warniag example Ivefore Congress. Tbe tinge Brush State was ouly admitted to the Cuiou to give the Krpublicsh part) two votes in the Senate, but ahe no longer aubaarvoa cv en tbat purpose, her delega tion being half-and-half—the Republican Jonea and the Democrat hair. It ia oue o! the eventualities of Ihe near future thut Nevada may be added to some of tbe adjoining States to avoid the scandal of I'nited States Senators absolutely without constituencies. Thr busiuesa of growing bops haa of late become a very prominent industry In the United states. No section of tbis country is batter adapted to hop culture tbau Los Angeles county, anil yet we •re surprised to find that ao litlle atten tion haa been given to this specialty. The climate is especially propitious to the plant, and the yield is quite three times wbat can be claimed for the aame area in the Mute ot New York. Not withstanding thia moat encouraging fact, we only know ol one extensive hop grower in this county, lie followed the aame pursuit iv New York, and he limla it vastly more remunerative here. » ali fornia bops rank deservedly bigh. Almost our entire crop of last year was bought by the St. Louis Ankeuser- Buach Brewing Company. With the advantages whioh we possess we ought to be able to supply ball the breweries in tbe country. The Los Angeles bop ia notably large aud pungent. I People va. John Rhodes -Cause set for Dec. 10, ISS3, at 10 A. v. People va. Curran Cause act for Dec. 7, IMS) at 10 a. m. I In rr Criminal cases ou appeal from i Justice of the Peace Courts -Ordered that all criminal cases ou appeal from ! Justice of tho Peace Courts h„ taken up : Monday, Nov. St, ISS3.nI 10 a. m. i Schmit vs. Scbmit—Set for trial Oct. ' 20, ISSa, al 10 A. m. Alvarez va. Mascotti —Cause submit ted without argument and taken uuder advisement. In rr estate of Jacob liumillor, de ocitseeJ—Motion to modify judgment or dering conveyance granted in ao fur as atriking from judgment the sum ef 925 attorney's leas. In rr application of Margarita Acosta for writ of balieas corpus—Custody of infaut child awarded to mother until further order of the Court. HOWARD, J. Estate ol 11. Bills, deceased Contin ued till I i-iday, Nov. 2, ISB3, at 10 a. at. j Estate of Loroaao Oarihaldi, deceased —Petition for probate of will; witnesses ! sworn and examined; will admitted to probate. Oiovatmi Oarihaldi aod I.uigi Cademartori appointed executors, bond MMI Hancock vs. Lucas—Motion to strike out argued and submitted. Samuel W. Little ts. K. Crqolree et al.—Demurrer argued aud sustained; ten days allowed plauitifT to amend. SET rO» TO-DAY. I Tell vs. Cibeon. // iiou nam ;iour Emltrn friendt lo I nun ' Mimethhig' about lot Angela lv) thi ntptrb tlurlu-tiro-fagr Illuttraltd Herald, stales itinltjJitUcn anltacopy, or right for a dollar. In book form it I irould mulct a goad-tized volumt, and it antwerf Ul thr qucttiont atlctd about thit j city and county. Tut last number of tbe Ktm-LtUtt contained a very urgent demand for the resignation of Chief Justice Morrison, tbe argument being based upon the fact tbat that gentlemen last spring sustained a alight shuck of paralysis, which, it as sumes, has incapacitated bim from dis charging the duties of bis office. It aeeuis to us that there is something very brntal iv the covert assaults which are being made upon the Chlof Justice. A single attack of paralysis b) to, means ends a man's usefulnese.ihrri being innu merable and many conspicuous examples to the contrary. Chief Justice Morrison tern in tbe United States is to muke no provision for a worthy ofheial nbo ha. been stricken down while in tin duv charge of dnty. It ia the height of iu delicacy thus to preas a man who may have many years of usefulness before bim to take snap judgment upou himself. He will be sustained by the bu and tbe people in beiug very delib erate about bis resignation. THE LATEST! Iftwml Ul Hi** UgIULB 9J thu -V ■ ♦••in Union Toifgrspl. ('mniwuy. I PACIFIC COAST. Paaae■cr-a Knniii and Kuai FRBsao, Oot. 23 Tbo following Is a list of *outh-bonnd passengers passing here today I Mra L.I Welkin* Bald two children, San Jose; .1 Sbnrklcy, Nevada City; T J Qulmby, N V; (1 W Beaxjhaar, Kingman, A T; W F Brawn, Minarn.l Park, A Tj I Vatarl, Lafayette, Ind; C Allu<-lanrl. N.-gale*; P T Uehrniaiiii, llaltn; J A Shelhir, Tucson, XII --napkins, Mra M II U bill-, J KColldlc I wil,., Mr Mc- Ksy aud wife, I. M Dearlinati, T not* sag, O Mangmiil i, V Cronln, X C Fair banka. H P R K.s H Farrell, M Onigarri, Sun rranoUwo; Mm -I WnlfaUill, Lai Miss Li/zie Hnywaril, Riverside; Hr* i W Woodward, l.aa Vegas; T li Head, Block ton I Mr. Anagutla, R Wilaon, Loa Ansel**; A H Everest Kivoraide; 10 (lotkln. i' PCo, N 11; X Smith, Kansas I ilv: i Vlgard, N O; H f McSwaln, Mc'n-ed; o P Davis, Son Jose; A Wil son, rtonghtton, A 10 Bhslsoni Sonoma, U B Hatter, I lolambla, Mini Mia* By mom, Hhrjrlot), N C| 'I' F Lyons and «if„, Coalville. Colorado. Siena I nun Ike Orient. Ban I'i.im'hdi, Oct M,—Tbe City ol Tnkin brim's Voknhnina sdvie-S* to Oct. Uili ami 11., eg Kobe Sept. earth. Sir Harry Sparks was going to Corea to lie r-ntinti, a new treaty or modify Admiral Wells treaty. Wheat nud Hariri llui bet. Ban Francisco, Oct. 22 Wheat, atcatly but alow: seller, ttl.llU.ti buyer, $1,711. Barley, steady but slow; seller, SI O.H'.r 1.0.V ; seller, season, 81.03J® 91.031. Illt-tlnrrulejlird Vl«ltu--, San Francisco, Oot. 23.—Among the Hunasnger* on In* Toltio from Hung Konft who ha** arrly*a here are Duke Albreclit, of Moeklenbt-rg-Schweiin, tfrandsnn of lb,' Kmperorof Cei-many, Count BleWtarontT anil llaron You Tide. They remain here several daya nnd thou no east. The Uallrnail t'niiipllratlon*. San Fiiini tsco, Oct. 23.—At v meet inn oi I ooal agent* reprannting the Chi cago aud Alton, New York, Lake Xi le ami vv, sii in, Ne* fork Centra!, Balii mor* and Ohio, Penimylvmaia, Michigan Central, Lake Hbore and Michigan Boutheru i la, n-,lllinois were adopt et! refusing to further participate in any eootrnlaifoai ..r t bale* on evsjeiand bus iness over tbeir lines. A circular waa also drawn up addressed to theto*al agents ot other eeatern I rata**, rii|iiestiiig Iht'ut to oonßne exouraiott* to their own lines, its the part!** lo tlio new agree in,ail would oppose auch excur aions in ,try possible Way, Tiie lines lhat will continue to cut rates on cast, in Imalu*** to Cliicago an the Chicago, Burlington A Qtiiucy, the (..'hicngii A Knck Island, thu Chicago ,v. Northwestern, Hie Chicago, Milwnu ke* A St. PsO.l and Ilia Wabash lines. Th* Br*t three have pooled in order to light tlio Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul road, which is a feeder of the Northern I'aeilie. For Iho St. Louia business from Omaha, tlm Wubssh lino will fttill cut for business, and from Kansas City the Alton A Missouri I'aeilie roads will do the aame. The* Itnllroad t'omnilanlonern Carpenter's Order Adopted. San Francisco, Oot. 23.—At the meeting of the Railroad Commissioners Ibis afternoon, (he order iul induced by Carpenter at tbe last meeting for it ro dnction on freight* aa th* Centa**! find Southern I'aeilie Railroads was consid ered. Foot.. It*had that be lias satisfied himself lhat if the railroad cumpaniea would lile a waiver the order would be bin,linn- Tho other twe Commissioners wero of tho same opinion, ao Ihe order was, therefore, udopt.-l The Secretary waa ordered to serve the order on the raltroada, they having three daya to an swer, i' uisiilt'iation of Foote's three oen! :r mil . pKssciit;er sclierlule was poat poue.l. Caip.'iiter said the tinio would come v, bi'u tin. ruilroails could boar a lower passenger rate. Ile-.li n.-tlie Klre at liinpa Vnl- U'i. Cinse Vai.lsv (Cnl.), Oct. 23. A Hre to-day, which atnited at 2 o'dock thia morals*!, destroyed tliii'tem hinl.liugs and contents, aggregating a lo's of f?l4,oiH), RHMtty oov*r*d by inurairaei No causa for the lira can ht- g yen. Th* at ,- well disll ibuteri. Mevere Km'III (111 ahe nl tier I COURT REPORTS MaaC*B, Cal., October 23 The enrthqunke was so violent yesteldiiy aa to bring down an immense section of the hlulfiuto Merced river below the. full", completely blocking the earrenl ol the river nnd causing it to neck n new channel. Large quantities of hsll were collected from the dry river bed. Tlic await Hoard San Francisco, Del. 23.-Best and Belcher, 3.85j Chollar, fLtWi I looaol idale.l Virginia, 5S| KurekaConsolidated, 4.75; Could ,v Curry, 2.05; Halo A Nor cross, 2.50; Mexican, 3.35; Northern Belle, 4.00) Ophlr. 5.«2>; Savage, 1.05; Blarra Nevada, 3.M| Cnion 3.70: Yellow Jacket, 3.35. The ROBtartara «.ct Their Ml. S\> Francisco, Oot. 23 — The Su preme Court rendered a daeiaion to-day compelling the City and Couuty Tivusul er to honor warrants issued hy the judges of the Superior Cnuita. Thia settles the reporters strike. The Treat nivr ri fnaed to pay their ailbli-ica on or ders signed only by the Judge of tbe Court, and some of them had not been paid rot over nine inontbs. EASTERN. Raining ■InlßtVa t'hanrfs af I sr ryiiiK rem. Nt.NN York, Oct. 22.— The r«i<i)i: AU the misery which Peru hfts suflcred during the last two yours was due, ie Large i>ait. t > Maine's reckless and cen surable policy of meddling during the period « li n, to the great danger of this and other republics to tbis hemiaplu'ie, he held the pool »l Secretary of SUtc. f'anitun'H Opinion orthe Kdniunila' Law. Xi» \ (iRK. Oct. 23.—X.x Delegate Ct 11 told a reporter in reference to then departure that il need not alarm the opponents ol Morntonism La the United States. The immigration to Utah i- drawn by the labors of our rata aionanea, and docs not exceed 2,000 pri sons annually. The Kdmunds law Ims worked just as he enpposcd it would As the law stood on the statute book a it waa unjust enough, but the Commission era went beyond the letter of the law in carrying out what they thought to be its spirit. I'bey extended ita penalty of diafiniichiacmciit to thuse evon who be came polygamllte hefore tbe passage of the law ,il issj. whioh made polygamy a crime. Tbe result was that the men •/he openly opposed our religion nnd de nounced tbe doctrine of polygamy voted with us, I„cause their friends or relatives were, in their opinion, treated unjustly. Tiie 11 in Unrest A l>l»aitreealile l»aj TAe Keenrilx not Bealen. Caieaoo, Oct. 19.— The races to-day I wire witnessed by n small, shivering crowd. In the free for .all trotters, Monroe Chief won, Wilaou second, Fan ny Withorspom third. P>est time, 2:22. The second c\ent, Jay-Kye-Soe to bent Maud B'l time,'.2:lOl,»ai given a warai ing up heat in 2.271 and then wa* aeut simply a good mile without any hope of beating her time, the mile being done in 2.18,. The third event, Urn pacer .lobnaton to beat Little Brown Jug s time lor three bents, viz: 2.11 j, 2.1 1} nnd 2 12, in order to secure bia sale to Commodore Kittsou for $25,000. It was a hopeless task un der the conditions, hut a brave attempt was made witli a very creditable result and the general opinion was oppressed that it waa a better performance than the record, considering tho condiliona. Pirst heal: quarter 33J. half I .Off, tbree quarters 1.39?, Belle 2 1l;eooond beat: quarter 33}, half I.OS, three qnarlere 1.41}, mile 2.15J; third heat: quarter 33J, half 1.07, three ipiartcra I.fOJ, mile 2.15^ A Trailurrr Uata llisi Kcacrte. Dssvtß, Oct. 23.—A A'tun Leadville ipecial saya: At tbe Printer Boy board ing-house' this morning, Frank Galla gher, a miner, shot dead ,lames B. Gar vin, anotber miner. Tbe circumstances leading to tbe killing were at follows: Gallagher recently married a comely LOS ANOELES DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 24. 1883. young woman, coucorning whom Oarvin repeadedly mad* insulting remarks. The two were boarding at ths same house, and, meeting at breakfaat thia morning, after a few hot wards, Oarvin pulled* revolver, which was the signal for * gen eral fuailade, both emptying their re volver*. Oarvin w*a hit aeveral time* and soon expired. (lallagbar wa* nn tonched and anrrendored to tho officer*, •terllnc Raekanije aad Bonds-. N*w York, Oct. 23. - Sterling bill*, on Loudon, 00 days, S4.HI J; do do, sight drnfls, J4.841; U. S. 4}a of 1891, interest quarterly, fl.l*|; C. 8. 4s of IDO7, interest quarterly, (1.211; V. H. It XXI; Weslarn Union Telegraph, railed Hlali.H Itallroad lu.pe. --laMM Pgetght War A I'tall «.entile I'loueer l>i nil rIAtT Lass, Oct. 23.—This evening Charles Francis Adams and other Union IttM* directoia arrived in Salt Lake frnrti Idaho, wheru they have lieon in specting (lie Oregon Bhurt Line. Tbey will inspect the Salt Lake and Nevada, a branch of the Union I'aeilie, which they purpose extending to Nevada and California at no distant day. A freight win is prevailing between the Union Pacific and tho Denver and Rio Ornnde from the Miaaouri river to Salt Lake. The latter road wa* the lirst lo cut rates, dropping to fifty cents on all classes of freight. The Union Pacific met it aud dropped to twenty.live cent* ulntmlinl 'lm cut will probably uot laat long ami niorchants ate making the most of it. Dr. J. M. Williams, an old army sui geon, who came to Salt Lake with Oen. Connor's ruimnanil, died in this oity to day of apoplexy. lis passed through suine trying ordeals in endeavoring to exercise the rights of uu American citi zen in Utah. For daring to claim land in the neighborhood of this city as a pr*. emptor uuder tint United States law, ho *Was tieil in a sack and was about to he thrown into Jordan River, when h* told than lm would like to have a chew of tobacco before being drowned like a cat. His cool manlier abashed them for Hie moment, and they parleyed with him II" told them he would tight them single bonded willi any weapon (hey might choose but they declined, tolling him he waa too good a man to be thrown into (he river in a sack, and let him go on condition of leaving Utah Aildresm .tßulural Uiltler. liusros, Oct. 23.--TIIO following ad dress will he irsucd to-morrow by the "old line" Democrat.-: "Without abat ing 0111 party zeal wo believe Demo cratic succesa in tlieluture can he neither deserved nor achieved unless we free iiui'st-lvi . fit.tii Ihe charges of supporting candidates who have lowered the stall (laid of political morality. We appeal to your patriotism nnd sober common sense to oppose the re-election of Benja min t, Bntler. Curing nothing for party or principle, In.' snboi linates every public interest to hia own iigren iluemclit. Should he be again elected the Damoeratie parly en mass would be held responsible for his udminislrutivt, act*, nnd exoentrictlies in the past aud future, w bile no responsibility nttachea to us for any acts of Mr. Robinson. Such being our btlief, we cannot hesitate to declare we intend lo do all that may be 111 our power lv secure the defeat of Oeuerul Bntler, nud we urge all Demo crats to join with us iv such action. Another 1 barley Roan. PORTI.A.MI (Me ), Oct. 23.—A youug man here claims to be the missing Char ley Ross. He says he was kept In a dark room lour years, nnd subsequently taken to Brazil. FOREIGN. Urallx or a Melr-Denying; 111*. alenar3' Hono Konu, Oct. ItS.—The Catholic ttflttn Runouncta the death of Father Lewis Mni'heuitle, who, during forty, eight years, labored In the interior of China without having a single leave home. PROPERTY TRANSFERS REPORTED BY GILLETTE. UIIMON it WOOh •■"XAMINKrW Of fl I I.FS CONVEYANCES—OCTOBER 23, IM Hamucl Caldwell to John Andersen-I * 1011, blk 3f>, Pomona; IIOUO. Robtirt He mc Ui4 Minor 41 it, bid tjifO, tfl Jos yulnn Niu feet«f lot 8, blk Bf, Ord's aurver; m, Ivnr Alexander Wtid and Mitiia, his wife, lo Maria Houd —X , Sec 11, T IS, it 14 Wi il. B AUntt to liconte M Mum hicsoii -Lot 7, blk 77, Offd'i iurr«y: |l. 0 L LUilmi and Mtnflc, hi* «its, \ > Oeorjfo 11 Hutchiiiwii-Si4.il" ii- 1i.,-; -;■ k'l- Wm II Workman mid Maria X, hi* wife, to Charlotte E Trimble--!..* 7, blk L, in lot 0, blk 00, Hancock's survey; »HiMi. John hay to Latlim H Huff Lot V, Uk 180, Santa Monica; |I 5 John Classon and Annie Carton to Mary A Gib son-W IB acres of NW \ Sec 16, TIB,R 1* W, and lots t> and 14, blk J; tots ?, f» And 10, blk 4; lot 6, blk 7; lots;! and M, blk I; lot H, blk V; lota 6 and tt, blk 10; lots 4, H and IS, blk 11; lots 11, IS and 37, hlk IS; lot* 4 and I, blk IS; lots 1-2, '28 and 85, blk 14; lots 2, X and 11, blk 16 lots 11 a>id 10, blk IS; lot 10, hlk IU, and lota 0, 17, lv, '24 and 84, blk 10, Brooklyn tract: fiSOO H C Hubbell and A U Looii.m to Mary A Oibtoo Above lots in BfOOaJ] n trarl; 11. Mary A Gibson to J A Uraves-- Undivided j of above lots In Hruoklvn tract; S&.W. | |Mathias llofib iier to Elisabeth Hofreider -Lot E aide New Lost Anffutoa ftreet; 13600. J P Tajgart to Ali.'o Taifuart- CndMded i ol lot 3, blk 8, ttftMiinii..... viurd.-n tract; iflOO Alfred W 'I Pcvtoti to ,1 P S acres iv S part of SW J He.; i:i, T 1 8, 11 14 W; Wong, Annie M TatfKTLrt and .1 P Tniftsrl to Allivit W 11 PtytOO Lota 1, 2 and i ll 3 U v mil Garden tract; *lf.oo. Andrew Glftisell to Jam** Addle-man— N 8 acres Of lot '2, In subdivision of lot 48, Wattn's subdivin lon of part of Ro San Rafael; Andrew QlaMall to Andr.-vv J Reisi 12 acres fn lot 48, Watts'* subdivision of part of Ro San Rafael; fOO V Ajvirew GUomllto T C Harkl N lo.oot acrea of lot f>, in sulHlivi-ion of lot 48, Walls's nub division of prntt of R0 San Rafael; tmUM. Kdeon Turner to James Morrison -10 acres in lot 4, blk It, San !'«- (.i il tract, »2M«. Estate of N N Northeroaic. deceayed hei ree of distribution. II F Spencer tn Theodore Seebold Bond for deed lot H, blk 4, Chavez truet. 8250. R F House to Joa.piin Rios S4O feet lot 4. blk v, Pomona; sjioq. H J O'Connor te P McAnnani NX I Sec 2.', T S R 14 W, 14800. BORN STAMPS lii this city, October H2, lass, to the wile ol Hen H Stamps, a daughter. NK\v TO-DAY. EDKIiMAN & CO., Cigar Mnmlfac t.m-eu-e, Hi,- lipi <•»«< awl .1" Hi., lawsl WANTED. A Bleu nu,l Will to taU charge ot tli* Sau tia Unci hotel. The man to do eooklnjr and woman Clamber work. Apply at the premise., fo'Jl 1* BOARDING MASTED. A earn l"< • UMaa ,lrl, .U jeers of »se, to hoard »itli parti,,* where there are no othor children .\,ldro-.s, M SIF.OFKIEI". I.oa Al ■ geles, o*4 It FOR SALE. A iMMtH and lot tit Eaht Los Angelea, near horse railroad, lets fence, v.nt- r ami well grown .hade tree*. Price, if told immediately, S7OO. Terms, one third caah; balance On easy install utenta if desired. Also, aliout an sere of land near the head of sixth stivul, himdit.nn-ly ntuated on the front line of hills; suitable lor liUb.hv Ision Into riai deuce lots; vvater can lie put ou at trifling i* ivenw. Price, *H> o. Apply to J. H. MircltKl L, room ll Oneonimuii block, No. lid) North Mam street, comer of Oommerclal. 024 St MAJOR H. C. DANE, •V no«TO\, noa been accural lor a eouree ai lour hKluriie In the Fort-street Methodist Kplacopal Church. November I f|r| Ustth tor Bread Nov. S Auto,n,t. wi circumstances. Nov. 10.— Up the Ithim arid over tho Alps. Nov. It- Galileo, the Oeaaavta. of the Heavene. Single tickcu, .. eta; for tha courae, tins, in aid ol llie tuiulu ol tha Sunday schools ol tha Fort atreet and (Irace Churches. OH,tJ Masonic Notice. outers and members ol f,oa AtiKelesv A\y 1.0d,-e, No. «. F. A A. M , aro herob) no jkjL tiflrJ to attend a special nicetitic,, to nekton THURSDAY cioninc, October 26, at 7J o clock lor work in the Third Degree All brethren in geod standing are cordially ia vitad to ba present. By order ol tba w M oi» W. | M lii: Sec') HOUSE TO RENT AND FURNITURE FOR BALE. Houae ol five hard-finished roonie, on !.>'• An lloloa street, near Filth street, Tbe lurnitura la house lor aale cheap. J. F. WHITE at CO., est tl Northeast cor. First below Mala bl. SHOOTING GALLERY ! At the Rink, 144 South Spring atreet, A Na. 1 In all Us appointments. The best Ballard rillea 1b uae, with globe and level eight*, and hair tilg gei*. etc. Elegant and costly prizes. Score shooting begins Wednesday, Oct. Uh, i o»4 lm JES SB 1.. WALTON. NKW TO DAY. SKW TO-DAT. NEW TO-DAY. PRICES STILL FURTHER REDUCED A. TJT Dotter & Bradley's Furniture and Carpet Warerooms, 259 AND 261 NORTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. Jt* Ala Ia BTO ti X BIT O ~W~ ABltl VlWOf. — jl, *tr — Our Bazaar, SPECIAL THIS WEEK. WBi WILL OFFER THIS WEEK TO THE PUBLIC AT A GREAT SACRIFICE! All gooda that have been more or leas damaged through mishaps, aa BA.ROrJk.xars. We also are compelled to SELL OUT onr large variety of FANCY MAJOLICA WARE, OUT GLASS AND FANOV VASES, CUP 9 AND SAUCERS, CUSPADORES AND FLOWER POTS, TOILET SETS, ETO„ ETC., ETC, AT 33 1-3 PER GENT. BELOW ACTUAL COST, Tv MAKE ROOM FOR Ol'R Holiday Goo ds. Doft't fumet u> mil whatier LturcbuinK ur not, and bear tn mind the (act that thtio ■> !. MUST HE SULP WITHIN A WEEK. Every article is marked in plain Figures "ONE PRICE FOR ALL." MESSING, BAUM & CO.. M DONALD BLOOK, 23 NORTH MAIN STREET. auglO GRAND OPENING —or NEW FALL GOODS! The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of H -A. T 13 A HOT JO FURNISHING GOODS. H. SIEGEL, Cor. Main & Commercial Sis. Arrived This Week! Canton Ginger, French Mussels, Formosa Oolong, Cooper's Olive Oil, New Raisins, Swiss Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Fromage de Brie, Dupee Hams, Dupee Bacon, Plum Pudding, French Sardines, Curried Oysters, Chocolate Wafers, Alkethrepta. H. JEVNE, Grocer, 38 NORTH SPRING ST., ur'FErW AB'JVK GOODS, AS WELL A3 EVERYTHING Grocery Line,! * -AT LOWEST Possible Prices! uts; ■OTICf. 1 tviil i nu debts utcept those contracted by uivielf ur with mv « nt ten auilioriiatlon. JOSKfU II KLAFFKI OctoWr V>4Hi, 1&83. 024 9t Polaski Brothers, % \ \ J 118 NORTH MAIN STREET. ] H Merchant Tailors, M J FASHIONABLE \ \M j C^OTHIIffO Fine Furnishing Goods! The Latest Styles NEATEST PATTERNS I LOWEST PRICES I Administrator's Sale of Real Es tate. Iv the Super.ut Court uf tbe State of California, in and for tbe County of Lob Angeles, Notice vi Adinhiieirator'i Aale of Real tstatu at private Rale. In M the evtate ot Jean Barron, deceased. Notice ia hereby given that in pursuance ol an order ul tbe Superior Court of Uie State of Call tonii.i in an<l for tbe county of Lou Augi-les, duly made and filtered on the ittd day uf October, is*i, in tbe matter of the estate of Jsan Barron, d..st I, the undersigned, administrator of said . state, will aell at private sale, to the highest and bt-it bidder, for cash in lawful money of the I.'ulted State* of America, and subject to con tinuation by raid Supeitor Court, ou or after Thursday, llu* eighth day of November, A. I). HSH, all'tiu; right, title, interest and estate ot tbe 4-a id Jean Barron, deceased, at the time of his .leutli, mid all the right, title and inter "t that the estate of aald deceased has byopeiatlm of law, or otherwise acquired, other than or iv ad dition to the interest of the aald Intestate at the time of his death, of, in and to all those rertain tracts or parcel* ol laud tying and being situated In the county of Los Angeles, State of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wit: The north bail Di tbe northwest nuaijer, south cast quarter of the northwest quarter, ami the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of suction twelve, in Township tlvc north of Range seventeen west, of San Bernardino meridian, in Calilornia, containing one hundred and sixty acrea, reference bi lug had to patent of the I'niud HUtes, rccor.led September 20th, ISB2, in Book 3 of.PatenU, page 170, County Records ot the eoun tv of l.os Augeles. Terms aud conditions of sale—Cash In lawful uioiiev ol the I nited States; ten per cent OB ac ceptance of hid, balance ou confirmation of sale by the Superior Court. Deed at the expense of purchaser. All bids or offers must be In writing and left at tho olßce of A. J, King, No. 70 Temple block, Main und Spring -meets, I .on Angeles city, or Hied with the clcrl, of the Superior Court, at his offlce, iv the city of Los Aiigeiiw, county ol Los Angeles, State of California. Said land will be in una parcel. OKAVIEN f BAItON, Administrator o(tli" estate of Joan Barrou, de ceased. October '2341, 18b3. A. J. Kino, Attom»y for Estate oS&oaw l» Notice of Dissolution of Copartner ship- The linn heretofore existing uuder the name and style of Eckert ft Klaffki, doing business In tlu city of Los Amcelea and at the town of Hanta Monica, in the county of Loe Angeles, Is this day dissolved by mutual content, Robert Eckert hay hut purchased the entire interest of Jos 11. Klaff ki In the concern. All debts due to and from said firm are to be paid to and by said Kobsrt Eckert, by whom said business will hereafter be can ducted ROBERT ECKERT, JOK H. KLAFFKI. Los Angeles, Cal., October *Sd, 1883. 024 In, CLUB THEATRI. Main atreet, near the Pico Ilofte. PERRY BROTHERS Pieprletors Monday. October at*. ltttf*9. Grand attraction and fascinating noToUIW, THE 9WISOING BKAUTIE3-U IN NUMBER. MULOOOK'B PICNIC TL'j entire ..ompany In tht cast—A potitive boy- elty. 011 NOTICE. j b. MoCbtainoy, tUlr buttdar, is not In our arft- ""'i 0 !-. m?h * oc. j. f W'lllTS. E. K. AxaiasbßU. A. W. Bassltt. J. F. WHITE & OG,, REAL ESTATE I ....AND.. PURCHASING AGENTS. Commission Merchants and Mine Brobore. Also members of the Produce Exchange. Offlot-No. 3, N. E coiner First and Main Sta. Lock Box Oofl. Refer with penuisstnn to the Loa I Angeles National Bank old lm PAY A VISIT TO | The Solar Art Gallery MM MAN FEKNANIsO HT. PHOTOGRAPHY In all branches of the art First class work at current rates, * | Ql s V. H. ROGERS k CO. A BARGAIN. FOR SALE— House and three lute, ISO feat front by 180 deep; house of five rooms, hard fliilahod: built January last; lots fenced aud set out In fruit and ornamental trees. A rare h»r E ln canoe had In this property. Addreas W. , lUkali. offlce. NEW TO-DAY, NEW TO-DAY. THE ~L~IT7r D I N Q DRY GOODS HOUSE ot LOS ANGELES, ** OFFERS THE FINEST LIKE OF DRBSS GOODB, SILKS, OTTOMAN BROCADES, Madzimirs, Silk Velvets and Brocade Velvets EVER SEEN IN TBIS CITT. We call particular attention to a Hue of COLORED SILK VELVETS, WHICH WE HAVE IN 32 DIFFERENT BHADEB, AND WHICH WK OFFER AT THE UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICBS OF All.BO PER Y.t%.XtD. STERN, CAHN & LOEB, 106 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET. I ocqO lm SURE ALL ! PLEASE OALL ON HOLLANDER BROS., WATCHMAKERS And Manufacturing Jewelers, it 80UTH SPRING STREET, And examine the Finest Assorted stock of Wntchrs Jewelry, Silver Ware, Optical Goods and Clocks. •tplSSm Feintuch Bros, The Leading Ladies' Fancy iioods Hons,'. -*» NORTH SPRING STREET 4a Have Just opened ihe largest aud moat select stock ot Laities , Misses and Infante' II O 355 I E R V ! COMPBI9INO THE FOLLOWING LINES Ladies' BUk Hose, lv ail the Latest Shades, " Lisle Striped " " Solid Color Cashmere '* ' " Wool Ohlldrens' Lisle " " Striped " " " Solid Color " " '* " Wool " Alao a complete Una of lafaat* Cottou aod Wool Hose la all the latest etrlee. We hare also devoted ,p«ciat Attention to tha latest tic.title, for street and evening wear, which constat ot tba ; following- Kacurlal Uce Fichus, Spanish Culpare Lace Fichu,, Spanish Laos Flchuj, Guipure I L»cc Flchue, Colored Mull Fichus, White Embroidered Fichus. Eacharpe Lace Tie,, Spanish Uce Tlae. Speulah Guipure Ties, Oulpara Law Tie., Ladies' Lace Collara, Ladiea' Embroidered Collar, OUR LEADING SPECIALTY. Embroidery Felts In all Shades, Embroidery Canvasses In all tho Latest Patterns, silk and Worsted Fringes In all tbe Latest Shades. Embroiden Chenilles, Embrolderv Fkaasta, Embroidery silk,, Embrolderr Crewels, Emiu- id,-, Frames, Zephyr Wools, German Yarn, Oermaatown Yarn, Shetland Wool, Shetland Flosase. Feintuch Brothers, 42 NORTH SPRING STREET. 48 octtl lm Proposals for Flißt-street Hewer, No. 2. Notice is hereby ghen ttiAt scaU-d BfOMtasS will be received by the undersigned up to the meeting of the Council of the eitv of Los Alleles or November 3d, A. I>. ItWS, for the construction of the First-ttreet sewer, No. in accordance with the resolution of the Mayor and Council uf said oity, ordering tho construction ol aaid sewer, approved September 3d, A. I) ISSD. All proposals offered shall bu accompanied hv a chock, payablo to the. order of the Mayor of the City ef Los Angeles, nud certified l.v a responsible bank, In an amount of at least tf.S.r.7. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Council ot the City of Loe An- I geles at its meotjngof October 20th, A. U I*B3. VV. W. ROBINSON, Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles Los Augeles, October SSd, A. D. l»t». oSSM NOYEB & DURFEE, Auctioneers, NO. 44, NORTH MAIN STRBKT, .tlipu.ltr Court Mornae, Will conduct a general au, t bualneaa ou moat liberal tarm. Prompt returns made on all sales Our regular SaturdaY eelae ol Horses and Carriages will ba held at Teeuplo-atrest Stable, until further notice. £ W. NOYSS old tl CHAS. A DtTirtK. Proposals for Fort-street Sewer, No. 3. i Notice U hereby given that sealed proposals I will be received by the undersigned up to the 1 nictiiriK of tin- Council of the city of Los Angelas of November 3d, A. I>. 18S3, for the construction of tbe Fort street newer, No. 3. In accordance with the resolution of the Mayor and Council of Nitbl city, ordering tlic roustruction of said euwer approved October loth 188 S. All proiwsals offered ahall be accompanied hy a check tvavable to the order of the Mayor of the ,iU of LosAnifdcs and certified by a nepotist Me bunk, in an amount of at least #38.6?. The Council reserves the right tb reject any the Council of the city of Los An Clerk of the Council of the city of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, October <~ • ■ ■ ■ M KatUe for the Celebrated 4-year old BlehmondColtHOKKVßUU. By A. W. Hichmoud, dam by St. Clair. Honey Bug Is a rich brown color, weighs two pounds, is perlcctly broken, safe for a child to drive, and can make his mile to a road wagon in three niln utea or better. Is perfectly sound and without a bicmiah,and la dlspoaad of on account of ill health of hit owner, and for no other reason. Ladies, make your husbands take a chance, and maidens, make your Edward tak* a chance, and Ed, take a chance yourself on general principles. Subscrip tion books are now open at Edelman ACo's cigar emporium und at E. T. McGinnis' saloon, where the rafflo will tuba place ou Thursday evening, October Hfith, at'li o'clock. Oh hundred chances at St per change. N. B. Tlskets will be rrdtVed for every evening »t one dollar a corner,up to tbe ntKht of raffle, at McGinnis' saloon. This is In all respects the nicest horse that has ever been raffled for here Bo not fall to have a ticket. Honey Bug can be seen at D. U. HUphcii s stables. Temple St., up to the evening of tbe rr 10. and will be promptly to the win- Jt, |E. W. NOYES. (048 St Agent for Owner. AUCTION SALE Ky JOHN C BELL A G#., IIKAI, KSTATK ASDUKNEBAI, AUCTIONEERS ofltco. lloom s*. T«mpl« Block, one the County B»nk. REAL ESTATE. ON THK PUIOSKS, Friday, Oct. Hi. Nt 11 o'clock The h ■<-■*•■ snd lot in the l: -■ - Tract, Rosas street The house contain* 4 room-, pantry snd elds***, garden of cho.ee plants In front; itM of lot MlxVi, one ot the hesilhie-it locations In Loe A>iif«l<RM. perfect drainage: fine waUr. rioTB—ThU lot .or •'"lt the nii«..t view of any lot In the Rosas Trae. fonting the rity; almo-rt. an unobetructed view of the entire city, and on a very clear day Hanta Monica and the, ucean can beeeenlnthe distance, and during the holttwrt day we have hud, when hardly t breath of air wan below In the city, them waa a fine gentle bn:«z* from the ocean, making It one of tbe deairnldu places for a private reeider.ee in Loe Angelea city, i very prominent from the I'ico House, ten mln t,i, . ill. to the Po-tofliee; nnd with little expense Blurt certally increase double In value In a very ■hurt lime; can be reached hy Temple street, or on the direct road from Main street; well lighted by the Electric Light*. ALSO A fine building lot, 30x101), front in* tbe city; a view the same aa above. The above wil) Imi sold on tbat da, to the high est bidder without reserve. Also Name Day at Vt oYlock, ON THE PKKMLSKB, A tine buildintr lot, being Lot 7, Block (J, In the Weil Tract, 60x180 feet, a large and desirable lot' city water; on Turner street, between Center and Vineyard -treeta Title perfect. T«rm* at sale, oottd JOHN C BELL, Aartloajsr