NEWS OF THE WORLD
The Progress of the Franco-
BfU K% I 1jK0.%.1k KNTKRPRIME.
Indian Land l<ea*en Hoar Uholera
in lite Kast Blalna Uolnff ta
Ohio a Fire In Mew fork.
[Special to the Herald byA**ociated Pre**]
London, Sept. 16.—The Foreign Of
fice bas written a letter to the Chamber
of Commerce st Glasgow stating that the
British Consul at Shanghai had formally
advised the Chinese authorities that it
would be to the interests of commerce to
rsoousider the contemplated blockading
of tbe river at that point.
A Tim** correspondent telegraphs:
Five of tbe French vessels have returned
to Mat son. Great indignation is felt at
tbe death of the Lieutenant of the
Zephyr. The French are more severely
coflsdred than tbe Chinese. Meetings
are being convened to urge mediation.
Complication* are occurring daily which
are certain to involve neutral powers.
The ourresuoudont comments on the
weakness of the armament of the Eng
lish fleet compared with the French
squudrou. The French, he says, can tire
eight guns to the Kuglisli one, and the
crews number five to one. England, he
concludes, whose interests iv China are
eight per cent ot all the foreigners there,
ia the only power not making prepara
tions for possible war.
City of Mexico, Sept. 10. — President
Gonzales read a message to Congress
which will open to-uight. The message
congratulates the nation npou tbe almost
unanimous election of General Diaz to
the Presidency aud upon the satisfactory
relations with foreign uations and peace
at home. The President expects a quick
consummation of the reciprocity treaty
with the United States. He will recom
mend to Congress un extension of tbe
time of tbe treaty permitting the cross
ing of the boundary by troops pursuing
savages. Preliminaries of the diplomatic
relations with England will immediately
be submitted to Congress. The execution
considers them equitable and the com
mission will also sail for China and
Japm to develop Mexican commercial
interests. Subventions to steamship
lines are recommended to be amplified
and the contract with the Alexandre
Steamship Company extended two years.
The message dwells upon the develop
ment of railways and telegraphs, colon
ization and harbor improvements, and
reviews the nickel queation, the stamp
law, bank fusion and the twenty million
dollars loan affected May 31. A new
tariff is soon to be ■jnbrnitted to Con
gress. There was a long eiv'ic ami mili
tary procession to day and a display of
Three Meuareh« Take a Drink
To are! her.
Warsaw, Sept. 10.— At a grand ban
quet la«t night 90 persons participated.
Emperor William conducted the Czarina
to the table, tne Czar aud Emperor
Frances Joseph followed next, the
Csarioa was seated at the center table
with tbe Austrian Emperor on her right
and Ufo German Emperor on her left
band. The Czar sst on the opposite
side of tbe table, ou bis right hand sat
the Grand Duchess Maris Psuleovna
and next to her. Prince Bismarck.
There were uo toasts bat at the instance
of Emperor William the three Monarchs
drank wins together.
A Hephew of Oilman IHsjna.
Kcakim, Sept. 18.—Yesterday 200
Hadendowas attacked twenty policemen
and Hfty friendly Arabs, the convoy of
provision* and thirty womeu tn Sunk.in
Major Chennsides despatched aasiatancc
but the rebels had in the meantime been
completely defeated. A nephew of
<>»man Digua anil sixty other rebels
were killed. Tke friendly Arabs lost
twenty. Tba convoy captured much
booty. The horaca, camels and women
Tke Three Kaprrora.
Sk.lkrni.wick, Sept.l6—The IhreeEm
perora, wearing Russian uniforms, to
day inspected tue Russian regiments, of
wbioh tbe Emperors of ('jrmany and
Austria are honorary Colonels. After
tbe inspection the Kioperors marched at
th* head of their respective regiments
and foruially saluted each other. Tbe
. V.siina viewd tbe scene from the bal
cony of the palace. The Emperors Man
their ataffa aod auites atteu.tcd a gala
performance at tbe theater this even
TH X million. POOL.
Sio Detlalte Arrasia-rtaeat Made
Abont Wratera Hasilnraa.
Chicago, Sept. 16. — The Wcatern
Railway Conference adjourned at 1:30
o'clock. Agential plan was submittid
Ly the committee for the formation of a
fair pool on California and (xdorado
buainees, to the Kjsl and West of the
Missouri fiver. It waa adopted.
At the afternoon conference the formal
adoption of tbe pooling arrangement to
cover Colorado and California business
was decided upon, contingent, however,
upon a settlement of the Nebraska
business, or in other woids a rearrange
mont of the tripartite pool to meet the
wishes of all ihe Omaha roads. The
general conference then adjonrmd and
tbe Omaha roads look up the discussion
of Nebraska business. Vice-President
Potter of the Burlington made a proposi
tion for the pooling of Nebraska trolHc,
the Burlington to receive its prorata rf
Nebraska bosiueaa, and alao ibe local
traffic of the Union Pacific, waiving all
. latin to the competitive business nf tbe
Union Pacific in Nebraska. This was
voted down- Tbe Nortliweatern then
amoved that the Burlington receive its
prorata of all local and competitive busi
ness of the Union Pacific, and thia,
i.B'.urally was alao voted down, tbe
Bock Island and St. Paul voting in tbe
negative on both propositions. Tbe
conference then adjourned till 9 o'clock
A. at. to-morrow. An official of tbe
llurlingtoo road to-night said the pres
ent outlook did not appear favorable to
any immediate adjustment of ponding
Mam Pranrlaee ana Wpwport !»*w*
I onnected by Rail.
New York, Sept. 16 - The Unit and
Expert* aays: High among remarkable
enterprises, ancient or modern, must be
classed the completion of (ho railroad
system from San Franciaco to Newport
News. Initiatory of this system was tbe
formation of s syndicate in San Fran
cisoo. Whilo th* Southern Pacific was
building in California tha Chesapeake
and Ohio was being bnilt from Newport
Mews to Huntington, West Virginia.
Later the Elizabeth, Lexington and Big
Handy linea opened the way to Lexing
ton, Ky, By the Kentnoky'Central,
Cincinnati waa reached, and by miilding
the Chesapeake and (»>i» to a point west
of Huntington linked Memphis to New
port News. Tbe next work was to con
nect Memphis and New Orleans, and the
New O.l*ans Company was prospected
for, which system is now completed and
embraces a line of 4,000 miles to the Pa
cific. The ayndlcato has oomtrncted
and raised funds, and now forma a capi
talisation of nearly $.'100,000,000.
Snellen* fan Leaae their Land.
St. Louts, Sept. )6.—ln tho case of
Col. E. C. Roudiiiot against Robert D.
Hanter, A. 6, Evans and H. Is. New
man, well knows cattle men, to recovei
$10,00(1 as a penalty for attempting to
lease gracing landa from the Cherokee
Indians In violation of tho United States
stalutea, Judge Brewer, of the United
States Ciroult Court, to day rendered a
decision on tbe demurrer of thu defend
auts that tbe attempt to negotiate the
lea*e of lands wss uot s violation of the
statutes, and dismissed the complaint.
Itunter and his associates leased some
0,000,000 acres of land from tho Chief of
the Cherokee Nation for grozlug par*
p.HtH, ai>d although Juigo Brewer states
in his dec'sion that tbe validity of the
leas: s obtained and tne question wheth
er Ihty can be vacated was not before
tke court, the defendants consider they
havo wou a great victory, aud that the
decision to-day virtually settles the ques
tion of their right to lease land of the
Indians, and they will go ou aud estab
lish their ranches and graze their cattle.
All the other suits against tbe same par
ties involving the same question weie
ordered to follow this case.
Tilß MPOKTINU tVIMII.It.
Jockey ( lull Rare*.
LpCItVIIXS, Ky., Kept. 18.—The fall
maeting of the Louisville Jockey Club
began to-day. Tho track waa in bail
condition. All inaideiia' allow
ances purae, three quartet- mile; Mono
won, Slricklaud aecond, Ailee third;
limy. 1.-ISJ. .. .
l'umo aelllng allowance*, mile beats.
Firet heat Joi.u Hulliyau wou. Golden
Venture second, Palmetto third; time,
1 Mi. Second heat John Ru livan won,
Gulden Venture aecond, Palmetto third;
Tarf aUkea, all agea, penaltiea and
allowance a, milo and furloug; Billy <Jil
more won. Tow Martin second, Aleck
Aimmt third; time, 1:58$.
Purse maidiii, two-year-olds, five fur
lougH; Rock won, Fuir Branch second,
Delphiue third; time, 1:05|.
Purse all ages, penalties aud allow
tares, mile and u.uartei; Highlight won,
Kansas second. Sovereign Pat third;
Raring at Hacrameutn
Sackamknto, Cal., Sept. 10.— First
race to-day was for three-year-olds,
purse $1,000, three in live. First heat
wou hy Antevolo in 2:37 K; second heat,
Voucher, 2:32f; third beet, Antevolo,
2:345; fourth heat and raoe, Antevolo,
2:34. Second race was for three minuie
class, purse $1,200, mile heats, three iv
live. First heat wou hy Amy Wilkes,
2:23; also second aud third heats and
race, 2:231, 2:24. Lsst raoe was for
paving, mile heats, three in live. Won
by Prince in three straight beats, 2:27,
ttheepahead Bay Sport.
Shklp.iHß.ad Bay, Sept. 16.—Track
good. Purae, threenjuarters mile, two
year-old selling. Conterro won, Kapido
second, J. W. Rogrr* third; time, 1:10}
Mite dash, all ages. Peart Jennings won,
Aran** second, Duplex third; time,
1:401. Handicap Sweepstakes,* three
year-olds, mile aud three furlougs; Roy
al Arch wou, Economy second, Ten
s riko third; time, 2:25?. Handicap
Sweepstakes, free for all ages, two miles;
Monitor wou, Nettle second, Clonmel
third; tine, 3:325. Mile ami a quarter
selling, three-year-olds; Joe Mitchell
wt-n, Charley B. second, Ramble third;
time, 2:I0J. Handicap steeple chase,
short course; Capt. Curry won; time,
o'l.fory la Training.
Kansas City, Sept, 10. — Daniel
O'Lsary started to-night to walk 400
miles in 100 consecutive hours, at the
National Block building, He will soon
go Into training for a six days' match
with K. P. Weston, which will probably
occur iv New York or Sau Francisco.
HSA\( X AKI) TBADR.
Kallraad Hharea. Kte.
New York, Sept. 10.—Governments
easier and railways lower. Stocks
opened feverish a beforre 11 a. h. how
ever, a moderate buying movement set
iv and there was au advance of i to I}.
At midday the market was weak agiiu
aud continued so until the last half hour
of busiuesi. There were reports affect
ing the credit of the National Bank, but
the President denied any (ruth in them.
Rumors from the west regarding railway
meetings were ot an unfavorable char
acter. The decline ranged from £to 34,.
About 2:30 the market began to bard
en under purchases per short account.
The market closed firm. Compared with
last night, the closing pries were £to
1} lower, except New York Central,
which was g higher.
New York, Sept. 10.
Central Pacific 3»
Denver & Rio Grande 10}
Northern Pacific 204
New YorkCeutral 09
Oregon Navigation 664
Pacific Mail 484,
Panama .. W
Texas Pacific 101
Union Pacific 46|
United States A 2
Wells, Fargo 103
Western Union Telegraph 644
The Money Market.
Nkw York, Sept. 16 —Muuey easy;
Prime paper, . r ije'6|: Sterling bills, weak,
(4.8-2), demand, $4.82.
Hi nine Mteeka.
Saji Fraxcisco, Sept. IS.—Bell* 1a1e,600
Best * Belcher, 12.20; ('hollar, (2 25;
Croern Point fl .SByOould iCurry, $2.00;
Hale at Norcross, $3 25; Mexican,
tl 05; Navajo, $3 55; Ophir, $1.35;
Potosi. si 40; Savage, 11.40; Sierra Ne
vada. $1 .Mi; Union Coneolidated, $1 30.
The I.rain Market.
Sax Francisco, Sept. 18. — Wheat
weak bnt lively; aeller, [email protected],;
buyer, $1.27<*1.27J; buyer, aeaaon,
11.35,(51.374. Barley steady and fair;
buyer, .88188}: buyer aeaaon, .93JJ-804.
I.ivkrpool, Sept. la.---Wheat inac
tive; good California wheat juat shipped,
35a, nearly due »3a 8.1.
DktroiT, Sept. 10.—Thia morning
Oen. Logan'* parly left Orand RapUh
for Detroit via Allegan, Kalamazoo,
Three Rivera, White Pigeon, Joneavllle,
Adrian, Hillahoro, Petersburg and Mon
roe. There was great enthusiasm and
great crowds collected at every town
snd bamlet through which the train
passed. Farm-houses were draped with
bnntlng in honor of Logan. The party
arrived here this evening. Gsn. Logan
held a street reception at the Russell
House. He leaves to-night for Roches
ter to attend a reunion of the Army of
the Cumberland on the 19th. He leaves
there for a trip through Erie, Oreen
ville, Clarksburg, Sharptown, Sharon
and New Castle, Pa,, to Youngslown,
Qrsmr, Sept. 16. -Captain Harel
ton of Ihe bark Hollinaide from
London Joly 26, state. that
0B Jary 11, while off Portland, Oreat
Britain, after a fog, he saw a large
nnmhernf live cattle swimming in the
sea, also a large quantity of wreckage.
He picked np a life boat with a gold
streak running round the rim and
marked " 'Brittanla' of New Castla."
On the stern tbe boat waa out down on
the port side as if by a collision. He
sent out a boat in aearch but ceuld lind
no trace of any living person. Tha
Captain hslieved there had been a
steamer wrecked but a short time aa the
cattl* seemed quit* lively.
Prorreeor steel*yp Iteellae*.
Sprivopiklii, Mass., Sept. 16.—Pres
ident Seeleye, oi Amherst College, ha*
declined tho nomination tor Governor
by the Prohibition party. He told a
reporter be waa very much surprised
when Informed that he had been nom
inated, as he had previously answered
every inquiry on the subject; that he
could not accept either tbe nomination
or th* office.
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17, 1884.—SIX-PAGE EDITION.
A Row Between the Press
and the Bar.
URN.B ALLRCK** WI DO WDR AD
Rasters rattle to be (Quarantined
In Wyom I ne-Mexican Celebra
tion In Man Franrlaeo-Ao*
rldental Death or a
[Sf: rial to the Herald by A stiociated Pre**,
San Josu, Sept. Hi.—J. F. Thompson,
editor of the Evening Herald, oi ibis
oity, was assaulted in his office to-day by
Judge J, B. Lamar. Several blows were
aimed at Tbompsou, but were warded off
by friends of both parties, who were
present. The cause of the attack is
said to bean article recently published
in the Herald, in which I,amor's de
sertion of the Democratic and slliliatiou
with tbe Republican party was spoken
of as eminently fitting, he being a paid
attorney of the Railroad Company, oto.
It is believed that no further trouble wilt
Death of tieneral Hallerk's
San Francisco. Sept. 10.—Private
advices announce the death of Mrs. E.
H. McCallum at Newport, Rhode Island,
last evening. The lady was better
known on this coaat as Mrs. Halleck,
the witeof Major General Halleck. Shu
first came to California iv 1855 aud re
mained here until the General was called
East to take part in the war.
Kaatern Cattle to lie Oum ant Ined.
Cheyenne, Wy. T., Sept. 10.—Iu ac
cordance with ;he Governor's proclama
tion and the law uf Wyoming Territory,
the Vetenarian aud Executive Stock As
sociation to-day issued circulars to the
railroads and public generally, slating
In substance that no cattle brought from
the States east of here will he admitted
without passing a quarantine of ninety
days or longer, as may be judged neces
sary. This action is taken in view of
tbe fact that contagious diseases of a
dangerous character prevail in Eastern
localities, and it is made thus public to
save loss and deteution to shipper*, and
the possibility of unintentional violations
of the law by railroads or individuals.
.Fasten sera Mouth and East,
Mkrckd, Cal., Sept. ML—Following
Is a list of south-bound passengers pass
ing here this evening:
J Livingston, Sau Francisco; J Thomp
son and wife. Oak laud, Cal; Rev B shop
Foss, wife and daughter, dv; J Reynolds,
Sau Jose; T P Ferry, San Francisco:
Mr Miller and wife, nan Bernardino; F
A Kimball, National City; M A Luce,
Sau Diego; Major Chase and wife, do;
E W Vandeventer aud wife, Los An
geles; D T Brown and wife, San Pran
cisoo; A Horn, do; I* Nowhatl, do; Mrs
S W Hsskstt, Colorado; G F Dalton,
wife and child, L >s Angeles; J D Ogdeu,
Indiana; Miss Howard, Sau Fransisco;
N Gorman, do; P Fritz, do; Lung Fet,
do; W Latcher, U S A; A A Merchant,
U S A; L P Brandt, USA.
Accidental Death of a Lawyer,
San Francisco, Sept. 10.—Charles M.
Sheffield, an attorney of this city, died
at Oakland at three o'clock this morning
from an overdose cf laudanum. He had
been in the habit of using the drug, so it
is difficult to say whether it was taken
with suicidal intent ur not. Tbe belief
is that it was not. Tbe deceased was a
son or C. P. Sheffield, of the Pacific Saw
Company ot this city, aud was 28 years
of age. He had marked ability, aud was
popular witb all who knew him.
San Francisco, Sept. 10.—Tlio Mexi
can residents and Spanish-American
population celebrated the aeveuty
fourth anniversary of the declaration of
independence of Mexico to-day. That
portion of the city chiefly inhabited by
Spanish-speaking inhabitants wus gaily
decorated with nags and appropriate
Washin.:ton, Sept. 10. — Captain
Healy, coinmaudiug tbe revenue eteam
er Courier, has made a report regarding
the cruise of that vessel in Alaska
waters. He speaks of his efforts to
prevent smuggling liquor and breech
loading arms to Ihe natives at Point
Hope iii exohange for whale bone, and
suggests that the collector of customs of
San Franciaco be instructed to limit the
allowance of these articles to each
Mr. Neal, solicitor of the Treasury,
to-day notified the Directors of tbe Oar
field Memorial Hospital that tbe United
States Circuit Court of Pennsylvania,
engaged in distributing the estate of Jay
Cooke, bad awarded tbat institution
$11,500, being tbo amount deposited
with Jay Cook & Co, on account of the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Ophans Home, in
Washington, property which was re
oently transferred to tbe Oarlield Hos
pital hy act of Coogrea*.
Philadelphia, Sept 16—The lleeord
to-morrow will say: In every county of
sooth aud we-t Jersey the hog cholera
is raging and Ihe spread ia so rapid and
the rate of mortality so great that
farmers aro greatly exercisod abont it.
It is thought it firat appeared r.t Pember
ton where it ia still epidemic. In Atlantic
connly and along the coast it is especi
ally severe. The Superintendent of
Senator Oaakill's farm near Pemlierton
gives it aa hia opinion that the disease
ia not true hog cholera but something
more of the naturo of pleuro pneumonia
in cattle, the hogs lungs being affected.
Th* cholera in likely to run through the
■ lain*'* Stumping Tour.
Acoosta, Me. Sept. 16.—Mr. Blame
leaves on a western trip on Ihe four
o'clock train to-morrow nftemoon.
Senator Frye will accompany him as tar
aa New York. Blame will spend Wed
aesday night in R iston anil the follow
ing day will attend tbe Massachusetts
State fair at Worcester, will arrive in
New York Thursday night remaining
there several days after which his route
will he westward, but how far is not yet
decided. He will certainly visit Ohio
at all ovenla.
A fire Ist Mew Vark.
N«w York, Sept. 16 — Late to-nlgbt
a Are broke out in th* drying room of
A. 8. and W. D. Nichols * Co.'s manu
factory, 157 and 158 Bast 128 th street.
Th* Are spread rapidly and the building
was entirely consumed. Tbe firm are
marble and alate mantel manufacturers,
and although tbey had but little atock
on hand tho loss on the building and
machinery amounts to $200,000.
Vicar Maker.' strike.
RiNoiiAaiToy, N. V., Sept. 10—A
strike of seven hundred cigar rollers in
this city for an advance of five cents a
hundred on two elasaea of work, throws
out of work over 3,000 people. O. A.
Kent ft Co. absolutely refuse the de
mands. Other shops are diaposed to
give th* raise which will restore wages
to the same received last spring before
the cut down.
Adjudged a Lanalir
N«w York, Sept. 16.— Omar Stras
burger, of the firm of Oscar Strasburger
ft Co., importers and commission mcr
ohant*, waa to-day declared a lunatic hy
a Sheriffs jury. The stock in the busi
ness is valued at $125,000; outstanding
amount, $230,000; debta, $280,000.
Prohibition la Malar.
Portland, Sept. 16—The State Con
stitutional campalgu Committee has de
cided to organise at once SUte, connly,
city and town league* for tbe enforce
ment of the new Constitutional Prohibi
Money tar Ckelera stasTrrera.
Pahi». Sept. 16.—Receipt* of Ih* fete
in thia city for eholsra sufferer*. $20,000.
The Cholera Decreasing.
Naples, Sept. 16.—Ceutidence is re
viving iv this city, and the gloom aud
depression are sensibly diminished. The
new cases in tbe last twenty-four hours
number 470, deaths, 167.
Death irom Cholera In Rnsilnnd.
London, Sept. 16.—A death by chol
•era is reported in Stourbridge, Worces
Condenaed Prom List Night'a An
sae I a ted Preas).
John G. Carlisle has been renominated
to Congress in Kentucky.
'Ie United States Miuistcr to Mexico
had au adventure with train robbers.
A sudden ohange in the temperature
has spoiled the grape crop in the Hud
Attempts have been made to burn Ma
tausas tv Havana. The fires were started
by bandits for the purpose of pillage.
The Railroad Superintendents' Asso
ciation has decided that whenever a man
is discharged from a road all other roads
shall be notified.
Wm. Redmond denies that American
Irishmen are becoming apathetic towards
the national cause, and expects a great
support this coining winter.
Last night a crazy womau in Peunhyl
vauia set herself ou fire under tbe im
pression that she was offering ben-elf up
as a sacrifice to tbe Lord. She died.
COLONEL MARKHAM AT THE MINES.
Calico Solid for tbe Democratic
Party, From Cleveland and Hen
dricks to Del Valle,
Editor Herald; It seems that the
Los Augeles Time*, aud also the pro
phetic editor of the San Bcruardiuo
Black Republican Index, are consider
ably exercised over "Prospectors' re
ports concerning the political outlook of
this portion of the couuty, so I will
give them another dose thut will not
serve as an anodyne to quiet their nervous
system, as well as -to give the readers
of the Herald, the workingmeu aud
miners of the country some of the
reasons why the miners of Calico and
vicinity will not support Mr. Markham
for Congress. In tho first place a large
majority of the minors aro staunch and
true Democrats, and are dissatisfied with
the nominations of the party, State, Na
tional and County, and are uot disposed
to be misled hy Republican slander or
corruption taffy, nor washed by mo
nopoly acap. Miners as a general thing
act aud voto as tbey think best fur the
welfare of the country aud themselves.
In the second place they know it to be
au indisputable fact that the King mine,
under the rule of right niiuded, but
poor Democrats was paying wages,
whilst opening and developing the said
mine, at the rate of $4.00 per day. Ami
they have also not forgotten that wheu
a rich Milwaukee Republican corpora
tion witb Colonel H. If. Markham as
the Grand Sachem succeeded to the con
trol of thu mine, that Markham himself
was the man first to reduce miners
wages. That ho wanted to reduce them
to $3.00 per day is a fact that can be
proven; but failing in this miserable and
penurious action. When informed by
Mr. Samuel James, the foreman of the
mine, that no men could be employed at
those rates, Mr. Markham, acting for his
Company agreed in the liberality of bis
i love for the laboring man, to give good
: miners uudtr ground $3.50 per day, and
' that in a camp where water costs from
! three to five cents per gallon, board $8
per week and wood $10 to $12 per cord,
thereby makiug it a hardship upon many
of tbe miners who have families to sup
port. And another thing tbat has uot
been forgolten is that when bids were
let for work at Oro Grande on the
mines owued by the same parties, name
ly, Markham 9c Co., that white men
offered to take tbe contracts at the*low
est possible living rates, but were under
bid by Chinamen; and, consequently, a
large amount of work was let to the Ce
lestial beauties. These sre a few of the
reasons why ihe miners will not support
the genial and affable Republican candi
date for Congress.
The Democrats of Calico have a well
organized club of over one hundred
members, aud work in harmony with a
smaller club in Daggett. The Republi
cans have a small club iv Calico, also in
Daggett, and everythiug points to a
good majority for tbe grand old party.
We have no Prohibitionists and no But
lerites. The mining outlook was never
better, everything indicating that Calico
has not yet seen its best days.
I will state in coucluaiou. for the ben
efit of the Time* and the prophet of tbe
Index thst this was not written by a
letter writer of the Herald, but by
Dsggett, Sept. 10, 1884.
Opening of the Ellis Villa College.
Yesterday was a busy <lny at theiusti
tntii.ii. Quite early in the morning par
ents begat, to arrive with their daugh
ters, ready t» begin their school work,
and it required tlie aßsir.tai.ce of aeveial
of tbe faculty to Bbow thera around the
commodious building prepared for their
accommodation. All were delighted
with the arrangements, aud though there
is much work to be done, yet enough
haa been completed to make tbe College
a very pleasant home eveu in its un
finished state. There is room sufficient
on the lirst floor to make tbe boarders
comfortable aa they arrive, and the
upper rooms will he ready by the last uf
the week. The fact that the whole
building is finished in the natural wood,
and this requires no painting, renders it
possible to occupy the rooms ua fnst as
they are out of tlie carpenters' bauds.
To-day alt were gathered into the
beautiful and npacious school ha 1, and
after appropriate opeuiug exercises, the
school wur't was taken ' up. Twenty
boarders hsve already arrived and a
large number are yet to be heard from.
The examination will begin at tt o'clock
to morrow, (Wednesday) morning, and
by the last of the week the work will he
thoroughly organized and the school in
proper running order.
Hacks leave the foot of Temple street
every morning at 8 o'clock, and the Na
deau Mock at 7:4.5 and 8:30 o'clock.
Fare for the pupils, fl cents.
Reason vs. the "Irish World."
It wm my good luck on Saturday
evening, when the Democratic proces
sion formed on Temple street, to find a
place and torch in tho midst of about a
dozen Irishmen, erery one over 40 years
of age. The Cleveland Guards had
formed on our right. "Hello, Jim," said
one of the Cleveland Ouarda to my pill
doner; "what are you doing here? I
thoaght you did belong to the working
men's party." "So I do," replied my
friend, whom I now commenced lo
scrutinise with interest; '•! belong to
the same workiogmen'e party 1 belonged
to twenty-eight years ago." "Yes," he
continued, addreaiing me; "twenty
eight yean ago I oast my tint rote fur
Hucbanan, and since then I have voted
the Democratic ticket and shall do so
until I die." These remarks drew some
attention. "I voted the tint time for
Pierce," shonted another veteran Irish
man. "I for Douglass,' - aaid another.
"Well," I aaid myself, "I voted the tint
time for McClellan, when serving as a
volunteer on the fields of Virginia, bnt
what gives me a glad surprise is that I
see myself aurronnded by so many true
hearted Irish Democrats, when the He
publican papers want to make us believe
that the Irish will vote solid for Blame."
"U hsng tbe lying Republican papers,
and the /risk It'orM, too," responded
tiveor six, and theu my friend continued:
"li'you would believe these lying Re
publican papers you would believe also
that au Irishman would Bell his vote to
a party, which he hates as his natural
euemy. Like me, I know and can
assert that no bouest Irishman iv this
large country will desert the parly
which ofTered bim tbe first protection
upou arriving iv this couutry, aud which
always bas proved itself the friend of
the laboring class. Hang the Republi
cans, who have alwaya kicked agaiust
us, and you Dutahmen, too (the wr ter
of this is a Dutchman); aud who never
had any use for either of us, uuless they
wan ted our votes." "Hurrah for Jim,"
came from all around, who heard the
little "unprepared for" speech. I was
unable to thank my friend, as the pro
cession was moving, but a hearty shake
of tbe hand expressed my feelings better
than any words coald have done.
"Democracy and Kkkohm."
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
|The tenor ot Communioatiooa appearing In
tliis* oslaSssj is not necessarily andoraed by the
editor of the HKh\uu. Tlie writer wbo desir>-s
11 be heard in it should always accompany his
screed with his full name, not neceenarily for
publiration but as a kcimrantce of good faith.]
Editor Herald:—On tho "Seven
hills of Los Augeles" ii the "Ellis Villa
College," its bound of vision reaching
sixty miles—ocean, mountain, city and
placid villa. There it stands the brain
gem, executed and dedicated to God and
humanity. Go and see it, for to do so
is to realize tbat it ts a tempto of educa
tion in all of its appointments, opened
for pupils on yesterday, presided over by
tbe Rev. D. W. Banna, Principal. Pnr
euts and guardians are assured of relia
ble culture, and by coinmiting their
children to the care of the Professor and
his daughter, who, with a carefully se
lected corps of teachers, is now fully
equipped, aud wheu, after graduation,
tbey shall feel their relation to knowl
edge, the universe und its beneficent
"house," the world will be better fur
nished by another quota of aggressive
Colonel Markham and the Miners.
Editor Herald: In your issue of
tbe 18th you sa> that rumors reach you
from all sides, "that the Republican
candidate for Congress iv the Sixth Dis
trict has steadily endeavored during bis
career, as a mining man, to reduce the
wages of the hard working miners to tbe
lowest possible pitch, and that upon
their resisting the reduction he has dis
charged Caucasian miners wholesale and
replaced them by Chinamen." These
are grave allegations, but tbey are not
true. During the summer of 1881, tbe
Oro Grande Mining Company (in which
Colonel Markham was a stockholder, but
not manager) did during the Colonel's
abseuce in the East, employ a crew of
Chinamen. A part of this crew were
discharged within ten days after their
arrival, the balance remained about six
weeks or two months, or until Colonel
Markham returned from the East—
when the control of the mines passed
into his bauds—when they were dis
charged. And from that day uutil he
severed bis connection with the mines
there was not a Chinaman employed in
auy capacity whatever; and, the allega
tion that he reduced the wages of miners
is not true. When Colonel Markham
took hold of the King mine at Calico
the mining interest iv this vow famous
oamp waa iv a languishing condition.
Neighboring camps were paying
$3 00 per day. The majority
of mine owners, sdvocated making
that fignre the price for Calico, but the
Colonel said "No; we will call it $3.50
per day," aud that has been the price
ever since. I would say iv this connec
tion for the benefit of those who do not
know, that I was the Superintendent of
the Oro Grande Mining Company from
June Ist. 1881, to July 15th, 1884, or
from almost the first iuception of the
Company aud until after the Colonel
had sold out, aud consequently was in a
position to kuow all the tacts.
E. P. Johnson.
Los Angeles, Sept. 10, 1884.
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
ST. ELMO HOTEL.
II N Livingston, S F F Goodwill, Pa
S Weiii.-lit-nk, Jo G Marshall, do
F M Meikt-i, do M F Croplev, S Brndo
C It Dunton, do J W Wrttvrs, Jr, do
A Green, do Mrs J 11 Willard, Wis
E R Root, do Mrs M S Mason, do
U Heyiuan, ilo M L Waters, S Monica
H W Magec, Pasadena Mrs J M Miller, Calico
W £ Smith, Honolulu JV IX iter, 00l
W O Smith * »f, tlo M Mdver. Wdlcox
J W Kalna, do T J Crowley, do
L Goldsmith, Tucson W C Fife, OakUnd
I. Henry, do F George, Hi
J G WoodworJ, Texa-K T D Mather, Pomona
Mis M D McConkev, Col Miss A Price, Banning
J I'.i.-, Panlßjin Mr, C U Imrellow Si eh,
E L Samson, Tombstone Batmiiig
M Meecate, do Miat M Carpenter, do
U rrliitx, S Umdno W S Hello it #f, S Gbrl
S C Foits. do X W Hamilton, S Ana
01. Norman, Chicago H B KaU, S Monica
A Tollorua. Wilmingn T M -rcher, S Pedro
J C Loranzano, do L A Wright, Fresno
W Matthews, I'hiia.llplm II W (iriawold, S Frndo
A Joseph, Wlmgn J A Bilderrain, Poinon*
Reported by Olllotte & Gibson, Exam
mere of Titles.
Mosmt, September It, 18M.
Baldwin Gardiner and Kate Qurdincr, hie wife,
to Florence t> M Burt-Lot 8, Idle 170, SanU
■latent! Ilixlo, Lvw.-llvt, lliyh. end Tho. Flint
to Ja> II Smith -lots !1 and it, blk tv, Long
lilt Williamaon to Saiuuel II Willis-Let 1, blk
Ua. Wlllmore City, SI
Wm Ussk to Chas II Lvman-14 acres in NEt
See 11. TbS, Itll W,s3*.
X Almld to Ohaa II Lyman- E -il acres ol NW
I ol SE i Sec 11, T 6 S, B II «', Sl5O.
B Uulrado, M Schwed, John II Martin. J J
Lane. O P Pasaone and J W Perkins to Walter 1>
Stephenson, o( tbe esute of Eli II Hawkins, de
ceased - H«t lt!.is ot interest acqidicd by deeds te
corned in book IX3. pagee I I. 417 .v 111), *te7.< k
Alfred ttobinson. Trustee, to Wm X Lawrence
—NKI of SW 1 Sec 20, TJS, lt 11 W. fl.ewk
U A Kujhe.i and W kl Casterllnc to John W
ReeseCat 17, Kugheti & Ca>terlliie's subd'n of
Ward Tract, *il
Pomona Land and Water Co to Mrs P G Tavlor
-Lots 6 and 6. blk 54, Pomona, »ISI.
John Clorle to Jas Robertson - 30 acres in NW
i of NW i SOJ IS, T 4 N, X IS W. 1200.
Mrs Caroline S Olbbs to John 11 Mathews -20
acres In Bo San Fr.*iiei*quito, *364.».
John B Mathews to John Cusbliig—2o acres ln
Ro San Frenclsqulto, sl, jO.v
J II Jones antl C M Jonei his wile and Gao 11
Pike to Mrs M»ry gresovlca lot 1, blk P. Mt
Pleasant Tract. «25.
Lihrada Dlar to Geraialn Pellegrin - Easterly
part of lot l.\ hlk 3, Moulton's addition, t12.',.
Ueo D ttowan to F T Carr—lot 6, blk 1. Bowan
R M Wi lncv to Mrs Sarah A Roberts-Lots 14
and 16, blk lot), Long Beach. *2 H).
Jotham Bixhv. Lewsllyn Bivby liThos Flint to
Sarah A Bobcrta—Lots 8, 10 and 12, blk m.Long
T i - > - September 15, 1834.
Andrew J Riesa to Wm llaseltlne—l2 aerea In
lot 2ln lot 48, Wattes snbd'n ot part of Ro ban
John R Corker to Win Hazelttne-Lota D and
X, Ocean \ lew tr.ct, t»sl.
J M DePuy, C B Van Even and Chas H McAr
thur — Agreement aa tn stipulations and reserve
Hons contained in deed hook 122, p 300.
A W Francisco to F-lla M Franciaco—Lot on
north side ol Tenth St. tl.
X A Teelto C W Casaboon-15 acres In lot SO,
Howard W Mills to Alfred I livler-Lot 47\70 ft
on eastern side ot New High st, S v si.
Mrs Msrv M ShawtoNlcnolas Mercedante- Lot
IS, Shaw tract, 870U
Barbara X Henne to Milton Llndlev Part of
lota 3, 4, 8 and », blk 23, On! a survej , WeO
A X Hamilton tn Louisa A w.,lf.kill Hon.l lor
deed to lot l, Hamilton's suhd'u of CrquedeaUar.
Louisa A Wollskill to 0, Cebot-Aselgninent ot
KWHolman to 0 Cabot-Lot 1. Hamilton's
aubd'n ot part of I'iquedes Harden, S7b4.
Matilda A Blanchard to S C Hubbell Lots I
and It, hlk 7, Woolen Mill tract, 11000.
State to Win H Bowmen S | of NW 1 It* tt,
T I N. R 10 W, patent.
F F Stetson to J W Wood -1 aarea off north end
of tract acquired of Calrtn llartsrell, tits'
J W Wood to H W Brewer ~ n, ■.
of lot la. Sierra Madre tract (2tl aeresl, SxSO '.
Mar) a MeLsllan to Msrv ' McLellan Lots,
blk t, City llomea-ead tract, ts.
Kara M Hamilton to Samuel M Perry- Lota 27
and 28, blk I, Hamilton tract, ttJO.
Kara M Hamilton to Ellhu C Wilson-Lota23,
21,25 and 20, alk l, HemUtea tract, saw.
Yuma wss visitod lsst Saturday and
Sunday by the annual cooling off sand
storm. The wind commenced blowiug
early Saturday morning, and by Mou
day the air had undergone a radical
change. Wo may now look fur the fin
est weather in America for the next six
From an.l aAaf Ovtolwr lit, ihxi. oiie ol tha
■tore. In Uak.r Itlock, now occupied by B. r.
Coulter. J. A. UKAVKH,
■epUtl Koom tf, Baker Block.
Two now G room houaea, with lull lota each,
No.. 12111 anil lid IIUI atreet, very cheap. II
not aold hy tha Ist ol October will be aold at
auction. Apply on prooiiaea. aepl7 lw
Artificial Stone Paving Go.
DAVID MULREIN, Supt.
We beg to inform the public that we are now
Mad| to put down the Howard Patent Stone
Pavement for aidawalka, garden walks, Collar
Floors and froute. Also concrete foundations
for buildings. Out work ftuarunteot 1 .
Orders lot tat Uraiul Central Hotel will receive
prompt attention. Patent applied for. liusepn
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Del Valle Guard
In requested to meet at
Justice Ling's Court Room
SEPTEMBER 18, AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
J. P. UORAN, Prealdent.
W. J. TTI'S. Secretary. «ept!7 It
Tha Flooring Mill at Puente,
(Old Temple Mill.)
For sometime shut down on account ol repair.
Will To-day Resume Opera
•eptlo 31 OA ETA NO CASTINO.
Contractors tt Builders.
EEDUCED OTJR PRICES
ON LUMBER, ETC.
Call aad see us before purchasing elsew here.
Kerckhoff Cuzuer Mill ft Lumber 00.
Vi 9 roniinerriiil Street.
H'ines, Liquors & Cigars.
MOT FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY
From 11 to 1 o'clock,
scptlotf HENRY RITDIOER.
115 SPRING STREKT,
Saturday, September 2*.
Formerly of the Bureau.
11. C. DOUGHERTY,
F. P. CUSMENCE,
saptlG lw Formerly ofthe Pluo House.
CLsan'n Omci Board or Sitervisoeb, »
Loa Alleles, Semomber 16, Ks-.. f
Sealed proposals will lie received at this offlce
Tu.-xday. Oriobt-r 7th . IHH4,
At 10 o'clock A. m. , fer the purchase of $5000
bunds uf the Compton School District. Maid
bonds are of the denotnlnation of #100) each
and payable as follows:
Bond No. 1 pav,t,ble on October 7th, 1846.
llonJ No. Z pnyaNle on October 7th. It*!i7.
Bond No. » payable on Ot tobtr 7th, IJ-tSi
Bond No. 4 payable on October 7th, 1840.
Bond No. 5 pavahle'on October 7th, 18*).
And bearing interest at the rate of 7 per oent.
1 Tlie Hoard reserves the right to reject any or
By order ot tho Bo.ird of Sii-ervlsor*.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. seplQtd
Thera will h, a reirular meeting of the
Wednesday Eve, Sept. 17,1884,
At 7:80 r. H.
Prominent Speakers will be ln attendance. All
are invited. sept 16 St
The Best and Cheapest Natural Aperient If 'ater.
*A NATURAL LAXATIVE, SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Prof. MACNAMARA. M.D. of Dublin.
"SPEEDY, SURE, and GENTLE.'
Prof. ROBERTS, F.R.C.P. E+rnw*.
" Relieves the kidneys, unloads the liver, and opens the tV
LONDON MEDICAL RECORD.
Ordinary Dose, a Wineglassful Mire ftimt/ast.
Of at/ lirwgguti and Mimrat Wattr Dtafai.
NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BLUE LABEL.
— AT THE
Sunday, Sept. list, 1884.
Tii ■ foetMliei will consist:
I. A Back race, open to alt Prise 810
•>. RuimiiiK race Cleveland or Blain.- Hot
3. Bust standine; jump (uitti wights) Fine Rus
sian Leather Note Book.
4. Ladiea' race Prist Handsome Parasol
6. llettt gentleiiuin ilaneer, Fine fair Patent
ft. ItuHt lady dancer Fins Fan
7. A prise ot w ill he given to the fund -
sointtHt man on th.i uroinul and to tho mom
beautiful lady a ciwth Toilet Set.
IhuiciiiK will he the order uf the day.
The Committee on Award of Prizes
For Athletic Exercises will consist of the lot"
lowing well known fftßthSMS:
N. A. Covarubias, Major Qua K. Oafd,
11. M Barnaul. A. X. Currier.
Thu Committee oh Award of Prizes for the
handsomest man and the must beautiful woman
are as follows:
J. Downev llarvev, W.J. Kingsbury,
Leon J. Rote, J. T. Half cv.
Walter 8. Uoore.
COMMITTKK ON RECEPTION:
J. P. Moran, Antoino Rogue,
Harry Coutan, Win Stoemer.
Henry (VMelvenv Fred. W. Potts,
Ike Norton, t A. Botello,
C. L. Cruz. BeptlMd
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
THREE NIGHTS ONLY.
September Ist li. Ifitli and 17th.
Royal Spanish Opera Go,,
Cjiiiprising- 3) performers. A coinpleto
Fine Orchestra, Magnificent Wardrobes, Orand
Monday Evening, Sept. 15th, 1884.
The Company will produce thu populnr
Comic Opera in tnree Acts, entitled
Chimes of Normandy ;
TUESDAY, SEPT. Nth,
EL RE LAM PAGO.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17th,
DAUGHTERS OP EVE.
At the following (toyular price*:
Paniuette aud Orchestra Chairs, $1.00
Tickets for salt! aod attain reserveJ at Theatre
Box office, now open daily from tj o'clock a. th
QRING 4 PALMER~ • Managers.
FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
Monday, September 15th.
Entirely Reconstructed New.
Decoration., Elevated Seat.., New Scenery and a
Firat-claaa company ol Vaudeville Ariists.
The itreat Senaatioual Drama,
THE BOY DETECTIVE I
PRICES A3 USUAL. auztltl
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
LAST 4 I'EltKlllllWi l>
Tbe distinguished Tragedian,
MR. W. E. SHERIDAN,
si ism ioi im: »Arr..irußT
THURSDAY Evening, Sept. Wk, by request,
FRIDAY Evening, September lMh,
INCOMAR, THE BARBARIAN.
SATURDAY MATINEE, Sept. 20th.
SATURDAY EVENINO, September 20tb,
Shakespear's groat Uistorical Play,
BATTLE OF BOSWORTH FIELD.
WM. NANNARY, - - Manager.
Prices as u.ual. Seate en sale Monday at Bo*
A consignment ol the elwTe
Famous Imported Beer
Will be on Up at the
FIRST BEER" IMPORTED FROM
GERMANY IN THE KEG
Ever sold in Los Amnio*.
septlß et CHARLES BAUER.
A Cottage or Six Rooms.
Two lota set out with fruit and ornamental
Well of Good Pure Water,
With First-class Wind Mill Tower and 20CO ::»!
lon tank, barn and other outbuilding.
406 Mozart Street,
Near Workman street, Kast Los Angeles.
~~ FOR SALE*.
Kast Lo* Anjrele*, a yem eafl a i-ittaft*, 4 rooms;
City Water, schools, i'hur< he* and >ttr%rOt cant.
Hitch elevation. For sale cheap. Al.-o
Lots on Uriffln avenue.
Lots on Siohel street.
Lots on Hawkins street.
Lots on Raid *in ntrect. Unrjains. Apptv
now to BAUK KIT & ALEXANDER,
sept!* lw 4 West First street.
20,000 yards Calico 4 ceius
7,000 yards Ginhams 5 cents
8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents
3,000 yards White Pique 6 cents
6,000 yards Dress Goods from 5 to Go cents
5,000 yards of Brown and Bleached Muslin 6 cents and
5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received.
6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pair
6,750 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents
8,650 pairs Children's Hose 5 to 15 cents
1325 Corsets from 2oc to $1
10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes from 75c. to $3
7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25
20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 to 75 cents a yard
20,000 yards of Lace from 1 to 50c. a yard
20.000 yards of Jaconet Edgings from. .. .2 to 40c. a yard
10,000 Ladies' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, from 25c.
i-),ooo Children's Hats from 10c. to $1.
6,000 Plumes and Tips from ioc.'tosi
6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from 10c to $1 a bunch
Also a large stock of
Boys' & Men's
MEN'S HATS AND SHOES I
Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in
a general variety store and prices are always cheaper than
elsewhere. Call at
239 Main Street.
J. C. BRIGHT.
If/l fi-'BO V. W. lll!INKK«IIOK f V..».-|-KH..r 1.... IA,. I uI.A . M *~V«
oli nkw— l-Ai.vi.Ktvi -sau: -i kut a in—A.N li PATENTED!
r*. tit a 'Per I UVKR 100,000 operations -.NOT ONE DEATH!
UXjA 1 tl ! win. oivkSl.ihhikok any task ok i'llks wk can't cumal
in Kt.i.irtßi cosM upthi* t hvthi iii cr\n i.< ri» iTspvaewTt
F not TOBTATE you CAN BE CURED! Come and see us! Lame Back—Nervous
i'vo.trillion--t'onsllpnllnn—ninrrhuen-Illseita?.! Kidneys. I.lvor, Nloimek
t';.i;ii|.-r tti-it.i I'mii'-li' I.ohh nl Hfmor.-l'rlMrjr anil Womb TrMiblcs
loiil.'.n.-• • ;-..iwrl-- !M «|i< »«li. nil r. »111 l Iron. I X>T.A MJIATHIN, nml I*l
... ~M,..!y i'im! ,<»< i..m- lli:rT\l. I 1,l i;«! Iliininmnl. .lie Iron, II! I'oaw
........... .. . - , . .i\y. • TITIHH FKI'.K! ( hanrrii RwMUhlc.
PR.O. EDGAR SMITH,
THE REGULATOR WIND MILL.
< KOHHMAX'H PATFA'TK.
Dronzo Medal awarded by Am.rican Institute, New York, 18T9. Has uken over two hundred
Firtt rremitima at SUte and county Faira.
fl I *
STE AR\S n'r ti ( 0,. Formerly or a.ranii ituven Mich.
AT THE COB. OF DATEjAHD CHAVEZSTS., LOS AH CELES
TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
■ We rieaire to call your attention to the
lii/r iKles Patent Mortice Lock,
H* O For which we »re the Sole Ajranta in Soutkara Caß.
Z SHC£> I.>rnla. it la the
LU H STRONGEST, MOST DURABLE
[f lifl I O MORTICE LOCK IN USE.
? hlB LaDjaVjaVl _ Eaa»> adjusted to sin thick :« el -loon; no key .hate
0. |T|evutehe. ti nor Untuned with
m k:tv*» sbi-.ve mid i clow an.l L-onseuiisiitlj wit liable to
R'lal "" nfj ... i ooaa; >n( llut. tl .'li ..ot least, it at THat
m I \!'KST MUKTb'K LOCK IN USK. Cell and exam.
v, IHI § Brown & Mathews,
2 I m\\ X 21 AND 23 NORTH SPRING STREET,
ISriValeri In Huildcra' Hardware and Agricultural Tat*
|>lewentM. ■»■■■!<; In>
H. fT HOLLINGSWORTH,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Having purchased from liilei Bros, ft Co. the entire atock of
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Etc.. -\ow ntthc Corner of Court and Snrins Strrel-t.
Will offer the same at l-rieee LOWER THAN THE LOWEST.
I make a Specialty of Kmc Watch Koutiruig, .\l«iifni*|»*e»J ol Jewelry* Ktutraelng
H. f. rvOLLINOaWOMTH.
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