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The Case of Childs ys. The
FORMER DECISIONS SUSTAINED.
Aa Important Ruling by Secretary
Noble Affecting: Mexican
lAssociateiiPress Dispatches to the Herald..
Washington, October 7.—Secretary
Noble today rendered an important de
cision in the case of Samuel R. Childs
▼s. the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany. Childs applied to make a home
stead entry which was rejected by the
local officers at the Los Angeles Land
District in California, on the grounds
that the tract was within the primary
limits of the grant to the railroad
company of July 27, 1866. The came case
before the Secretary on appeal from a de
cision by the Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office, which affirmed the
action of the local office in rejecting the
application, upon the ground that the
tract was embraced, at the data when the
company's rights were attached under
its grant, within the exterior boundaries,
or claimed limits, of certain Mexican pri
vate land grants, known as San Jacinto
Vie jo and San Jacinto Nuevo ranchos,
and being upon the final survey and
definite location of said grants subse
quently made, excluded from the limits
thereof and thereby restored to the pub
lic domain, and was therefore subject to
homestead entry at the date when ap
pellant's application to enter the same
Tbe Secretary in his decision today
holds that the grants named were
"floats" embraced within the outside
limits oi a large area, and ii such larger
area lies within the limits of said land
grant made in aid of the railroad, such
land grant wculd take effect, except as
to the quantity of land or "float" actu
ally granted in the Mexican grant, and
ii that quantity, lying together was left
to satisfy the Mexican grant, the railroad
company would be entitled to patents for
tbe odd sections of tbe remainder. The
action of the General Land Office is
Hib decision follows that of the Su
preme Court in tho case of the United
States vs. McLaughlin, rendered May
14, 1888, and practically overrules all
previous decisions of the Interior Depart
ment in similar cases.
SNUBBED TBE URANUERS.
Did ttte President in tlie Appoint
ment of Jerry Busk.
Washington, October 7. —The twenty
third session of the National Grange,
which is to be held at Sacramento, Cali
fornia, November 13th, promises to be
the most important held for years. John
Trimble, Secretary of tbe Grange, thinks
the Grangers were snubbed when Presi
dent Harrison appointed Governor Rusk
Secretary of Agriculture. In an inter
view in the Post, Trimble says: "We do
not hesitate to say that the Administra
tion ignored the rights of the farmers
and has done the farming com
munity a gross injustice in plac
ing a politician who never was a
farmer at the bead of the Department of
Agriculture. That department was made
a Cabinet office principally through the
efforts of the Grange, and when the new
administration came in we felt we had
the right to suggest the name of some
person to fill it. Colonel J. H. Brigham,
our Master, ex-Governor Kobey, of
Maine, and Hon. J. J. Woodman, ef
Michigan, were suggested by our order
and their appointment urged. Harrison
deliberately ignored the entire order—
snubbed it, in fact."
NAVAL. NOTES. 1
Contractors' Penalty for Deficient (
Horse-Power in tne Charleston. (
Washington, October 7.—ln a few days 1
the Bureau of Construction, Repair and t
Engineering, will have' completed calcu
lating upon the official report of the trial
of the Charleston, and when that is done .
the Navy Department will accept the !
vessel. The contractors, the Union Iron
Works Company, of San Francisco, J
will suffer a penalty of $30,000
tor the lack of horse-power, the '
contract calling for 7,000, and but 6,700 '
being indicated, and there will be de- '
ducted from the payment the estimated
cost of a possible extra propellor and
other apparatus which cannot be accur- ,
ately determined until a sea voyage has (
demonstrated the necessity for it. ,
Mr. Cramp, of the Philadelphia ship- .
building firm, will be in Washington to- j
morrow for a conference with the Secre
tary of the Treasury, when a settlement j
on account of the Baltimore is expected.
The report of Rear-Admiral Jouett's
inspection of tbe Dolphin is upon the
desk of Secretary Tracy and will not be
given out for several days. It is under
stood to be a very complimentary docu
Diocese of Oregon Created, Willi
New Yobk, October 7.—ln the Protest
ant Episcopal Convention, this morning,
Reverend Dr. Hanckel, Chairman of the
Committee on New Dioceses, presented a
report on the memorial from the Mission
ary Diocese of Oregon, asking that it be
admitted as a Diocese, and that Mission
ary Bishop Morris be made Bishop. Dr.
Goodwin objected tbat the election of
Bishop Morris as Bishop of the Diocese
was not in accordance with the constitu
Bsv. Dr. Hanckel replied that whether
this was so or not, the main question
was that the Diocese of Oregon should be
admitted. After further discussion the
question was divided. The simple propo
sition to admit Oregon as a Diocese was
unanimously carried, and consent was
then unanimously given to the election
of Bishop Morris.
Missionary Bishop Haddock, of Wash
ington Territory, told of tbe work done
during the past three years there, and
the needs of the Diocese for financial as
Rev. Robert Shaw Locke, who for the
past fifteen years has been ■ a missionary
in China, said the only hope of convert
ing the Chinese, Japanese or natives of
India was by having native
missionaries. Missionary Bishop Talbot,
of Wyoming and Idaho, spoke of tbe
work in his Diocese, and of its needs
both in money and «men. The Board of
Missions then adjourned as a token of
respect to the memory of Bishop Vail, of
Kansas, who died yesterday at Bryn
Mawr, Pennsylvania, while on his way
to the convention.
Tate Navassa Rioters.
Washington, October 7.—The Btate
Department Is in receipt of a partial re
port by W. G. Allen, United States Con
sul to Kingston, Jamaica, of the recent.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8 1889.
riot at Navassa. It agrees with the press
accounts already published, and has in
addition a letter from Mr. Henein, spir
itual adviser of the laborers, giving their
version of tbe trouble. The letter is ad
dressed to the American Consul et
Kingston, Jamaica. They declare that
the whites fired on them without provo
cation, and it was in the defense of their
lives that they killed some of their white
bosses. They say that they are Ameri
can citizens, 136 in number, and want
tbe Consul to arrange for their transpor
tation back to the United States.
Judge Magnlre Expounding Henry
George's ftoctrlnc ln Chicago.
Chicago, October 7. —Judge James G.
Maguire, of San Francisco, Henry
George's chief lieutenant on the Pacific
Coast, is in the city as the guest of the
Chicago Single Tax Club. He delivered
an address tonight on "Single Tax."
_ In an interview he reaffirmed his posi
tion in opposition to Papal interference
in politics, and declared that the pro
tective tariff should be abolished.
"The adoption of a single tax is, in my
opinion," said he, destined to be the
next great step in the order of social evo
lution. The time is ripe for it, and the
thinking men of the world are being at
tracted toward it."
He declared that this was the only
refuge from a state of socialism.
nFLDX OF MORMONS.
The Saints Hocking- Into the
Ottawa, Ont., October 7. —Advices
from the Canadian Northwest, near Lees
Creek, report a great influx of Mormons
from Utah Territory. They are bringing
their plural wives as sisters, cousins and
aunts, and are being closely watched by
the Dominion authorities, who will
prosecute them to the full extent of the
law. if they can get proof of polygamy.
Stenhouse, a British Columbia member,
who resigned his seat in the Legislature
to enlist in the Mormon ranks, is actively
canvassing Alberta with a view of secur
ing a seat in the next Dominion Parlia
ment, where he he will endeavor to
effect marriage reform and the legaliza
tion of Mormoniem.
A Bloody Eeud.
St. Albans, W. Va., October 7.—A
bloody feud is raging in Lincoln county
between tbe Bromfield and Hall famil
ies. Floyd Dingess, a prominent man,
married one of the Hall girls, quarreled
with his wife, they separated and the
next day Dingess and his wife's
brother met and the former was shot
dead. Alfred Bromfield, Dingess'
brother-in-law fatally wounded one of the
Hall brothers. Ten days later Brom
field and hiß wife were waylaid, and
Mrs. Bromfield was killed and Bromfield
terribly wounded. Two days later
Purvis Bromfield was shot. On Saturday
George Dingess, brother of Bromfield's
wife, was shot through the leg in a fight
with one of the opposing party.
New Director of tne mint.
Washington, October 7. —President
Harrison has appointed Edward C.
Leech, of the District of Columbia, Di
rector of the Mint. His appointment
meets with general favor in the Treasury
Department,being regarded as in the true
line of Civil Service Reform —promotion
for merit—and in general is one of the
best appointments made by the present
Administration. Leech was recommended
for the position by tbe entire Pacific
Coast delegation, by tbe Senators and
leading Kepublicans of New York State,
and a host of other distinguished public
men, familiar with his services and
Highbinder* in Uotham.
New Yobk, October 7. —Lee Wing, Lee
Ging and Lee Hi, who robbed, bound
and gagged Lee Hing, and who are said
to be Chinese hi hbinders, were held for
examination today. Their counsel said
they were young men in comfortable cir
cumstances. It is vaguely stated that
Lee Hing offered himself to be gagged
in order to fasten the crime on the pris
oners, as an effort to rid tho Chinese
quarter of highbinders. The better class
of Chinamen scout the idea that the ,
three merchants would do any such
Tne Uage Thrown Down.
Boston, October 7. —The Democratic
State Committee has invited the Repub
lican State Committee to join in holding
one or more public meetings at which
the Republican and Democratic candi
dates for Governor, Brackett and Rus
sell, shall jointly discuss the issues as
defined in the platforms.
St. JonN, N. 8., October 7.—lntense
excitement was caused here yesterday by
the arrest of William McDonald, a whole
sale drug clerk, charged with being the
person who sent poisoned candy through
the mail, which caused the death of Mrs.
Mcßea, a clergyman's wife. McDonald
is connected with a prominent family.
Madame Alb ertine Dead.
Naw Bedford, Mass., October 7. —
Madame Albertine, the blind actress,
died yesterday after a lingering illness.
She had a checkered career. For a num
ber of years she had a company ot her
own on the Pacific Coast. She was made
blind by colonial fever in Australia.
Napa, October 7. —The Supervisors
levied the State and county taxes at the
rate of $1.70 on the $1, on an assessment
of $14,960,000. Last year's rate was I
Dying- In Texas.
Washington, October 7.—lnformation
was received here today that ex-Governor
Perry, of Florida, is believed to ba dying
at Bandera, Texas.
The young husband at Ashbury Park,
who has lost his wife through the old
fault of leaving her entertainment to
other men, deserves at least a part of his
shame and misery.
The husband—and particularly the
young husband—who "finds more solace
at his desk than in his wife's company,"
or who leaves her to find diversion as
she may in the gaieties of summer-re
sort promiscuous pleasure-seeking wbile
he plays billiards or poker -with his
cronies, may expect to be scandalized
unless bis wife is altogether too good for
him —as she generally is.
The ways and the honest art which
won a wife will always keep her if she is
worth keeping. The husband who can
not pay his wife more delicate and ac
ceptable attentions, more agreeable com
pliments and finer courtesies, than any
of the would-be flirts who seek to flatter
her, may not deserve to lose her love,
but he ought at least to make an effort to
please which no true wife ever fails to
recognize and appreciate.
Chief among the conjugal duties Ib that
of protection to a wife. It is self-protec
tion as well. And apparently by neg
lecting it the "bright and rising young
lawyer" at Ashbury Park, that resort of
the truly good, has come to grief.—[New
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HALL & PACKARD,
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pT BAGG, mTd.. ROOMS 1. a
. Lot Angeles National Bank Building, Loa
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MRS. DR. FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky; been in successful
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women; new method of treatment. Office, 402
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DR. JOHN W. REESE, NO. 7* N SPRING
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hours: 8t010a.m.,l to 4p. m., 7to 9 p m-
Residence, No. 128H W. First st, 815 tf
f± W. BURLEIGH, M. D., 1218. SPRING BT.
VJ. Specialties, diseases of women (medical
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DR. H. ARENSBERG. FROM THE~UNIVER
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R. C. EDGAR SMITH, DISEASES OF
women a specialty. Rectal diseases cured
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R. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT
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R. BABCOCK, EYE, BAR, THROAT AND
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DR. J. H. JOHNSON. OFFIOE AND RESl
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DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Surgeon to the New York Hospital. 75 N.
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DR. 0. B. CLACJIU3 HAS REMOVED HIB
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Hours from 11 a. m, to 3T. x. Specialty—Sex
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R. CHAS. DE bZIGBTHY. OFFICE AND
residenoe, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf
EA. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI
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First and Bprlng st., Wilson block, o-8-tf
8 8. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMCEOPATHIBT.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
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S. Pearl st Office honrs, 11 a. a. to Bp. a.
Telephone Nos.: Offloe 597; residenoe 577.
DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Loa Angeles, Oal. Office hours,
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reetdenco. 735 OUve St. sl9tf
I- A. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND REBI-
J. deuce, 24 a Spring st. Hoars Ito 4 p. a.
Telephone 358. sl4
ISAAC FELLOWB. M. D.-HOMEOP ATHIST
Office Hours—ll to 13 a. k., 3to 5 p. sr.,
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best of care taken of patients; highly rec
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Address 313 Mnsart St.. E. L. A. 8e25 lm*
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Office, Hollenbeok Block, corner Second and
Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Oal. Offioe hours,
from 9 a a. to 4 p. m.
BR. J. M. WHITE,
SR. E. L. TOWNBEND,
41 South Spring street.
First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block.
Telephone 138. selB lm
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
. to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2
Phlllipß block, Los Angeles. Cal, a!stf
1882 ESTABLISHED 1882
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
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A DAMS BROS., DENTIBTB, 38 8. SPRING
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Gold fillings from 82 np. Amalgam and sliver
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105,107 and 109 Banta Clara St. San Jose.
600 J Street, Sacramento.
73 Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon.
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•3* N. Alameda St., I.os Angelee.
Western Lumber Co.
Cor. Ninth and San Pedre^treets.
IUMBKR of all class can be had at this yard'
nil 1* and Tarda—Portland, Oregon,
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WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
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Large orders in extra sizes and lengths solicited.
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8627 tf CHAS. WIER, Agent. _
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
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ia and 15 Soutli L.o* Augeles atreet.
O. B. FULLER & CO.,
(Successors to MeLain tt Lehman.)
Pioneer Tract and Transfer Co.
No. 8 MA3KBT ST., LOS AN9KLKB, OAL.
Safe and Piano Moving. All kinds of Track Work
Tir.irHom 187. oltf
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