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THE RATES WILL BE REDUCED.
Such Is the Opinion of Dr.
Immcnift Crowd* rant Through the
World * Fair Uatri.
The Famen* Itlarney Stone on Kilillil.
lion In th* Irish Village A Oeola
lon on Sunday Uloalng
tjr tha AMnrlalofl Prasad
OsrtOAOO, June Id. — Ohsnnoey M.
Dnpow wa* In Chicago today, and ea
prnaaod hlmaell on world* (air ratot.
"Tli* pra««nt rat**," ha laid, "ara nn
questionably too high, and tli«v will
coma down. Tim truth ol thn matter I*,
the rnporta ol thn Incomplete condition
ol tho (air cauiod th* railroad man to
think no occasion (orlownr rate* naiat«<l,
hut now that thn exposition I" complete,
tha road* will doth* lair thing and make
Mill AirKNiiANna at TN i tin.
Wlnl,. thn atlnndanr.n at thn (all today
waa not as Is'g* aa yesterday, it waa
above th* average, th* o(flnlala *atlm*t-
Ing that mora than 1125,001) pnopln psanod
tlirngh th* turn allies. Thn ofiolal
flgurna ahow that yoitardav'a attendant",
An liiloriual recaption waa glvnn «
President Marrlaon In the Indians build
Ifgjg ni AHMmr mtonii on BxIIHITIOKi
Tha (amona blnrnny stone, which (or
centuries occupied a place in thn wall
n( th* hlatorlc old lllarnny caatlc, In
Irnland, haa arrived at the world* lair,
It waa shipped hnr« by l.sdy Aberdeen
and will form 00* of tha altrai'lluna ol
> her Irlah village. This aflurnoou il ana
lilaoad in thn wall* ol it reproduction ol
llarnny cattle, which lorin* part
of thn Irlah village, wbnrn It may be
kilted by all who havn the hardihood to
he lowered h*ad down to wlinrn It tem
porarily rnaln. Tim hiatorie old eton •
will he lormallv unveiled by Mayor
Marrlaon tomorrow. An elaburat" pro
giainma baa been prepared lor the event.
Baeaobei win ba nada, longt sung and
Minn Sullivan, an Irish harpist, brought
to thla country by l.sdy Alinnleen, will
parlm in on thn harp.
NPMIIAY CI.OKIMii Allltt'MKNTH.
Argiiineiit ciiutliiund today before the
I n I tad Hist ci court of app**la In the
world's lali Sunday closing caee.
When th* argument* warn concluded
thn judgna contnrred, and the court the i
adjourned until toittnrrow lUiirnlDK It.
la expected, although by no means cer
tain, that tiioy will render a decision at
I MUCH MILITARY lII'AHO.
Troop* l'rav*tit a Itlot at 't'onawanda,
Ih'rrAi.o, N. Y.,,liine 10.—What haa
batm threatened and expected all sea.non
happened today, and Ton«wanda I*
nndor the guard of the militia. The
twenty-tilth aepAratc company uf Tone
»-aiida ami th* forty-second o( Niagara
Fall* am alraady In the held, with
Colonel Welch in command, and two
companies ol the Fifty-sixth regi
ment will he rout thnre if
the situation should becomn ta
rtoai, I'onawanda saw thn hagliuilnn »>l
a riot today, and only tho quick re
e poll a* of the «o!di«ra to thn call (or help
pi event ..I bloodshed. Th* expected
outbreak among thn atriklng Vol** In
th* lumber yarda did not materialise,
and tonight nxeitemnut has largnly sub
■ldlVd, 'lii* slierltf wa* called upon (or
protection and In turn made a requisi
tion lor the militia. Thn himbnr men
were tent word that they would be paid
off thl* altnrnoon. and Ihia had the
effect ol quieting the crowd. Thn men
received their pay as promised and moat
Ol them depaiud (or their hornet In
A MKTV IxtSTMOVSm.
Til* lnveator of lha Mallalta Has I*ro
dared a New n»n.
Tahis, Juus Id.—Turpin, the Inventor
ol melinite, hat Invented a new gun
winch can be carried on a light wagon.
In a quartet ol an hour it can discharge
86,000 proieetll** over an area of 2l!,000
square lustres. At the diatanon of HM
Tarda, ha declare*,, none of th* prtannt
armor plate* or Initifloattont are capable
ol relisting it.
Soctatt of Cluelanal l.
Boston, June 14.—1'h* last enaiion ol
the meeting ol tbe eocivly ol Cincinnati
was held today. It vot*d not to changa
tha saolto ol the *ocl*ty . alto, not to ac
ssrptthe realgnatloa of Rob, Hamlltoo
Fish, at pr**id«nt-g*n*ral. i>lh*r ofii
een were elected a* tollow* I Ylce-prns
ldnnt, Robert M.lave ol New Jersey;
treasurer, John Schuyler ol New York ,
secretin, Ala B, iJarduer of Khode
Island; assistant reorrtary, Thomas J.
Lowudea ol Booth Carolina.
Katlonei Kt|,nl'liosi, League.
Chicaoo, .Tun* 10. —The executive
committee ol Ihe national Republican
league went into secret reaaion *gain to
day, oontidertng th* plan* ol thn organ
isation. By a dacisivc vote thn commu
te* decided to make Chicago head
quarter*. Bacrntarv A. B, Humphrey
waa re-elected in spit* ol hie protests,
and finally induced to accept, and will
remove Irom New York to Cntrago.
A Tenaceealftt Attached.
S»s Kmxi iM o, Jun« 10,—Ihs place
ol basinets ol Charles Otter, a wholesale
tobacconist, wa* altaaho.l today on
claims sg«r«aaling »&),ot\). Other
claim*, it l* mid, will h* tiled, making
the aggregate Irom 100,000 to $70,000,
Th* aaeeu nominally equal th* iiabili
A toot Httath Haot*.
Loanox, Jnn* lb,—At Ascot Heath,
today, the Hardwicke stakas. one and a
hall mile*, wai won by Watercress,
Simonean second. Ki'marnoek third,
Th* tVorkingham »:.►•>.< was won by
Pitcher, St, Columbia teeond and Av
Joseph .IcAerson 111.
Fail Kiysk, Mass., June 10.—Joseph
Jcff*r*on «a* takt>u ill on the boat limn
Mew York last ni«;hi an ) a physician
spent some time « .th him. He seamed
in bad condition, but it is said he i*
only very weak.
Thi* annoying satin trouble, which
give* the hair and untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root halt grower. All
Termer* aad Horsemen Hairs Cream
Sa'.re far horses will k>-< .i: ~ off a sere,
heals barbed wire cut*, cure* o.d tare*. Some-
Ik,a* new, somathtnt, *00.l at. 0.1 A
Vaughn* grog tier*, Fourth en.i Sprtat lie.
THE BORDEN TRIAL.
KrManc* for tno Oafanae In aid th*
Nkw Bitnronn, Man., June It).—Tha
llorden trial wai returned this morning.
Tha court decided not to admit evldeaoa
at tn a tnsn i*in with a bloody hatchet,
muttering "Poor Mrs. Borden."
Hsrah It. Hart testified that shortly
bnlore 10 n'olock on the morning of the
murder th* paaand thn Burden home
and stopped at tha north gate. Hhe law
a young man standing In the gateway.
Ho wai atlll atandlng thsro when wlt
nnaa drove away.
I mm* Borden testified that the dreit
with paint on It wai ttslned In May
whan pslntnrs were working In the
li nine. Hh* asld the aaknd Mxxla why
the did not destroy tbe dreit, and
thought the did so. Wltniat knsw ol
no enemy bar ttip-inother hid.
('has. H. Hawynr, a painter of Fall
Itivor, tnatillad that he wia put on dnty
at the nide door ol th* llorden home
alter thn murder. He wat clota to I,ls
/.le llorden all the time. Hhe appssred
distressed. Mo taw no algu ol blood on
A BBBbU o( witnesses were «>»m-
Ined regarding the story published about
the tint* ol III* murder In which Holla*
Matron Regan was <iuutail ai laying lha
overheard a quarrel bitwnin th* Borden
aiaten which want far to (Is guilt on
Digit. All tiitittid that Mm. Rsgan
proßoanosd tin publication (aim. Kmina
llorden, I.lisie'i iliter, dmled tbst thire
wai any <|usrrsl between thsm as re
ported. Hlis iald l.imiU was at outi
with her stepmother at on* time, but
tlisy had hxsu good frlimds (or tbres
yearn before the murdsr.
Tha defence mated thilr cass at 8:1 ft.
Marshal Millard waa the lirat wltnesa
railed In rebuttal alter ths delena*
mated. lis was ashed ai to the quar
rel In the matron's room, and laid hi
told the matron not to sign a paper de
nying ihe "Kive away" story. Ths de
fense then undid, except (or the teati
ninny ol one buy, who will be heard
INFANT* l£l I.ALIA.
Tin Spsnl.li I'rlneess N«> Longer tha
OaSSI et tha Netlou.
Nicw Youk, Juno 10,—Inlanta Kulalia
and party, nomowhat tired with all the
alglit-suoing and ontertalniuont provided
by l in' wont, arrived In this city at 6:15
this evening. The trip (rotu Niagara
Falls waa mads without any startling in
cident, chute a crowd gathered to meet
the princes*. J. It. Cehalloa, who placed
hll hOBSI at the disposal o( the infanta,
was on hand to receive her, and
hli carriage was at tha door.
The princess and party entered car
riages at mice and were driven to
('eballo'i residence. Commander Davis
■aid thia evening hii duties ended the
moment the prinoeai' foot touched the
platform | thn nation wsi no longer the
boat and the princess was absolutely
(ran from olltolal obligation of any kind.
Commander llavli la at the llotfman
bonne, whare lie will nuialn until th*
princess isill for Knrope, June 24th.
He daiil the princiai returned from Obi*
oago very much pleaaud with all that
haa been dona for her.
THS lIKATIt THIA 1,.
Opening of Ihe l*rnseeutlon In th* Cele
brate,! Murder Caa*.
Kuksno, Jun* Id.—After four dayi the
jury In the trial of Heath haa been im
panelled. A large chart of th* Mo
Whirter house and premises h*i been
placed in the court room. Mra. Ma-
Wliirlar waa preaent today. Othar wit
nesses were excluded from the court
room. Th* opening itatimant waa
made by Aaalstaut District Attorney
Walaer, In which ho reviewed the facta
in connection with the tragedy already
known, lie said tha prosecution would
prove that UlclmrdS. Iloath waa seen to
cuter the all*v In the rear of the Mo-
Whirter house a tew minutes prior to
the shooting. Ah tho echoes ol the
shots died away ho was seen running
out ol the alley.
A THAMI'-M SXI'IIUKNT.
Ha Satt Fire tn • llarn In Order tv <lat
Three Steals a "»«.
Sonoma, Oal., June I(l.—Last night a
tramp est fire to a bsrn and (II) tons of
hay belonging tn 1,. M. Joluuaen nsar
town. The birn and contents wore
totally d*itroy*d, canting a loaHof $TJOO.
The t ramp coolly watohed the men right
ing the Dr« and atatid h* did it and
wanted to bo taken whore ho could net
three squar* mial* a day. If* wai put
lv tho Sonoma jail,
San I i ttoci.ee Kaees.
San l*aAMOrapo, Jeno I(l.—Five fur
toagS-* North won, Oaads second, Queen
third . tini* 1 :02 V
Seven furlong*—l.ady Uovonl* won,
Aerolite aecond, Currency third; lime,
Four snd one-half (urlonga—Montal
va won, Seaside leoond, Wsrrego third;
0:&n l v .
Due mil*—Hi. Patrick won, t.aroia
teoond, Uid Olond third; time, \ Ai.
The Commission Clause.
Cmcui'i, June 10.—The Western Psss
emtar linos today oonttdared the cam
mission clause In their agreement, but
no definite action waa taken, althoiwh
tho matter it *o arranged that it will
probably bo aolllad tomorrow.
A Ticket of Lists,
Pvnio, Juno 10.—Charles do I.easopa
has boon granted a ticket of leave In
accordant!* with tho decision of the
court of catiation in his case. ll* will
,)u-.t th« hospital and priiou lortha'lth,
A Glarislxalan Its-feat.
London, June 10—The election In
1 inlilhgow, yesterdey for a auocasaor to
a Uladatonitn, reiultsd in a redaction
of th* governmant majority by th* elec
tion of a Cons*rv*tiv*.
r.tK>, June 10.—Th* condition cf
President Camol is a IriUo unp-ovod to
ni,ht. He sutiered a r*l*pi* today and
thoto was much anxiety as to the re
A Distillery llnrueit.
H vkkimi; kh, Pa., Juut 10. -Ths High
Balrs distillery burned tonight, and
> with vt at least 5000 barrels ol whiaky,
entailing a lots nt $200,000.
A i u-. il, alien of «)reat Interest to Tai
Tho oouatv delinquent tax lilt haa
iust boon published by tho Hbhaip.
liver* properly owner in la>b Angeles
county should bo ture and obtain o
copy. Kvon i( taxes hare been paid
there is a chance that error* havo b*«n
made which may ranae owners much
. ar.uoyanc*. Th* tax list is ietned in s
twenty-lour page Wtittoß of the nBrMI.T
and will bo sold for ton cent! per copy In
| COsa or Staines.
LOS ANGELES HERALD SATURDAY MORNING, .1 (TNE 17, 1893.
THE LATE FINANCIAL FLURRY.
A Deoided Improvement in the
The Hew York Clearing House's
Oonfirisnea Haslorad to a OrHl Macrae
lijr to* Issue of fjnrtim-ates Very
Few Failures Reported
Mr tha Aatofllatoit rrau.
Nsw York, .Inn* I(l.—The Clearing
houie loan eomrnlttee met Ihli morning
hut did net inns any certificates. After
the meeting the members of the com
mittee declined to give any Information
as to whether any application! were re
ceived for loan certificate.. Ai a matter
ef fact no eertitloatei could he limed to
day became there has not been time for
the director! of any of the banks to
meet and authorise the necessary appli
cation to be made therefor. It li not
known yet whether any bank desires to
take out certificates. Tho loan commit
tee, however, will meet again tomorrow.
The action of the clearing house asso
ciation in deciding to issue loan certifi
cates was warmly commanded on every
hand today mid It is conceded that the
nnnnnncement n( their resolutions
had a very beneficial effect. There
was a slight felling oil iv ths
shipments of currency today. It was
estimated that tho amount would (all a
good deal short of t1,000,000. The de
mand for currency has had the elfect of
increasing the amount of (ruegold In the
treasury and the amount last night ex
ceeded 11)2,000,000 which ii a gain of
mora than $2,1100,000 over last week.
Hut for the fact that the treasury has
had to pay ont large mints for pensions,
It would show a large gain in legal ten
ders, a large amount of which have been
received from banki for currency.
I'imAOKi.riiiA, June 10.—Pursuant to
the authority granted by the clearing
home committee, the association began
today the Issuance of loan certificates,
hearing 0 per cent interest, to such
banks as wonld require them. It could
not be learned whether any hanks took
advantage of the authority, but as the
action was mainly in the nature of a
fireoantlon against futnra stringency, it
I not believed any loans were asked.
- — ♦- —
Riverside's Suspended Bank.
Rtvsßsina, Jnne 10.—The bank com
missioner is busy examining tha affairs
of tha impended Riverside bank. A
meeting ol the directors wai held this
alternoon, but no new* is obtainable re
garding what was done.
A Deed of Assignment.
vlmwxho, Kan., Jnne 10 — Angell, Mat
thewson A Go. tile,! at Oawego this even
ing a deed ol assignment of all their
property to O. L, Caldwell. Liabilities
$100,000; assets not known as yet.
A Texas Bank Closes Doors.
Rkownwooo, Tex., June 10.—The City
National bank haa closed doors. The
tightness ot the money market and
slow col lection a are tho came assigned.
Stationers Go Under.
Boston, June 10.—Flnkey, Dresser
Co., stationers, have assigned. Liabili
tiei, $150,000; auets about, the same.
itamboni'a Half Brother BrUiii »
Wii.minoton, Übl., June
(leel drove tha pacing stallion Salavlln
a mile in 2:ott\' over a halt-mile track,
beating the world's pacing and trotting
records over a hall mile traok. The
drat quarter wai dona in »1' 4 aeconda,
the hall in I fWM, and the three-quar
tern In I IMW[, Ito ia a hall brother ot
tha tmtter Mtauiuoul (2.07'g), hll lira
Sons »r the stovolntlon,
Chiciaoo, Jobs 10.—At the annnal
meeting n( the National Society ol the
Hone ol th* Amarluan Revolution today,
a constitutional amendment tooppoae
by moral moans the spread ol anarchical
ideas and lawleisn*** wai voted down.
Tha convention then adopted a reaolu
tlon deaning the ohjecta of tha society.
Tha elßeer* elected are: flan. Horace
Porter, president; Hon. Franklin Mur
phy, laoratary; A. How, registrar; Gen.
Henry tiall, histerlea, and lllahop
(llienoy chaplain. Among the vice
presidents are Ohanncey M. Depew and
dsn. J. O. Breoklnridge.
The Monterey Ordered North.
Vai.i.sjo, Oal., Jnne 10. —Captain
Louis KemprT, commanding the I'nited
States caaat defease Moattnr Monterey,
received order* today to proceed north
to Seattle for th* purpose ol participat
ing in the 117 th anniversary oi in
dependence day. Tho action ol the
secretary of the navy In ordering the
Monterey north la partly due to the re
qneit of cltlsans ol IViriland and Seattle
and to teat the practical ses-going qual
ities Ot the Monterey.
HaitiVM. June 10.—Arrived : Rugla
Irotu New York, Columola Irom New
Sv itt.v, June trt. — I'aised : Western
land front New York.
Rsowus vn, Jnne I*.—Sighted : Urn
btia Irom New York.
Naw York, June 10. Arrived: Gel
lart Irom Hamburg, Nortnennta Irom
Hamburg, LaTonraine from Havre.
A Haln ami Wind Storm.
Atlanta, Us., Juue 10.— A disastrous
! rain and wind atorm swept overSoutn
Georgia yesterday. At Yaldoita and
Vhotuaiville snany homes were blown
down. The mellon aad pear cropi were
H ,n»<-.t for Hunlsi.
Cai'bOn vhi.k>, Vs., June 10 —George
Prler. a Polish Jew who murdered Mrs.
Kanny M Kadden, In October, IS7I, waa
hanged at Kastville, Va.. thla afternoon.
The North Pole and ■ojnatnr
Are not atore widely dlatlnet than the stand
aid tonic, stimulant aad alterant." Hosteller)
Moraaea Sillers snd the chesp snd fiery'oral
hitters Which unscrupulous vendors Iclst upon
th* anwary as medicated preparations with
remedial properties. The latter are email]
compose,! in the main of halt rectified alco
hollo escllsnts. with some wretched drag com-
Mncd to disguise Uielr real llavor. and are per
j fecily tnlnous to the ooats of th* stomach
; Hostetltt's Stomach Bitters, en the contrary
i haa tor Its basis chnlce splrlia of abaoliiti
purity, and this is modified snd combined will
medlctael eitrsou of rat* excellence an.'
botanic origin, which both Invigorate and rag
vial* the hi we s. stomach and liver. The]
| effect a radical change In the disordered phyil
oal economy, which Is manifested by a speed;
j lmprossuisnt la th* general health,
THE BUNNING TURF.
Yesterday's Kaon, at Morris Park, I.a
toaia and It. i.ouia.
Moans Park, Juns 16.—The traok
Six furlongs—Ht. Florlan won, Major
Daly laeond, Mile* Standiah third;
time, 1:10 V
Seven furlonga—Hunbssm colt won,
Herald second, Wormser third; tlms,
Vive and one-dalf furlongs—Dobbins
won, Melody second, Miss Lilly third ;
time, 1 :05.
Handicap, seven furlongs—Sarah Rs
mey won, Ajix lecond, Hsmmle third,
time. 1:20 V
One mile—Sam Weller won, Chief
Justice second, Auiia B. third; time,
Nix furlongs—First heat, Arab won,
Liaelg lecond. Bast Brand third ; time,
I:11 V Second heat, Arab won, Liaelg
second, Beit Brand third; time, 1:12 V
Latonm, Ky., June 10.—The track wai
heavy and slippery,
Bix furlongs—Olintie C. won, Caver
ton second. I.n Grande third; time, 1 :18.
Kloven-ilxteentha of a mile—Eyale
won, Itsbuli' second, Queen Isabella
third; tlms, 1:18 V
Ninn-slxteantha of a mile—Maoadage
won, Sadie II v I second, Lulu T. third;
time, 0:50 V
Une mile—l.iiii Khett won, Doncsater
second, Judge O.tidwoll third; time,
Five furlonga—Ohanelon won, Mc-
Light secoud, Miss Mamie third; time,
Six furlonga—Harry Weldon won, Sir
Charles second, Hume Boy third; time.
NT. LOUIS JOCKKY run.
St. Louis, June 10.—The traok wsb
Six furlongs—Senator Morrill won,
First Chance second, Mountain Quail
third; time, 1:15.
Four furlongs—Jim Swayne won, Ten
si" second, Martini third ; time, 0:40 V
Five furlongs—Lulu won, Oxford ieu
ond, Adam Johnson third ; time, 1:02 V
Ssvsn and one-hall lurlongs—Roque
fort won, Lucille Mannette second, Cor
onet third ; time, 1:37 V
One mile—Kenwood won, Belfast sec
ond, Revolver third; time, 1:43%
One mile and 20 yarda—St, Croix won,
Fitlero second, St. Joe third; time,
Good Templars' Session Knded.
Pus Moinkn, la., Juno 10.— The su
preme lodge ol Good Templars completed
its sessions here today. Boston was
decided on as the next place of meeting.
The committee on prohibition msde an
important report, which was adopted.
It favors the prohibition ol traffic, sale
and manufacture of nil alcoholic liquors,
urges the members of the order to stand
together as much as possible, but leaves
all tree to choose political parties. To
night the new supreme officers were in
stalled with much ceremony.
The Ureat Northern's Clot Met,
Sr. Pun,, Minn., June Hi.—The
Northern Pacific railroad will meet the
cut ratea announced by the Great
Northern and will, commencing June
181 h, make the following reduced rates
to Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Wash
ington points: From St. Paul, Minne
apolis, Pulutb or Superior, to Helena
or Butte, first-class *20, second-clasa
|M| to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and
all other North Pacific coast and Puget
Sound points, firat-class *35, second
Murdered by Burglars.
- BSV »«..,.» <c, Mom,] *uw *-•> -T. n.
Harris waa shot by two burglars in hia
house laat nighl. He discovered them
in his parlor, and they shot him twice.
Ha died thl* morning.
The Bering Sea Court.
Paris, June I(l.—Sir Kichard Webster,
ol the counsel lor Great Britain, today
continued argument before the Bering
■aa court ol arbitration.
Plood null Mailer.
('tinwuo, June 10 —The Columbian
Athletic club has matched Colonel Flood
ol Australia and Peter Maher for a 10
--round content, ,1 una gllth.
Merkhem lv Chicago.
OXICAOO. June 10—Governor Mark
ham ol California i* in thla city.
Bstenileil to .Inly Ist,
To eatabliah a wide reputation The
Gnlen Inelitute will render their ser
vices until June 15th free of oharga. The
only favor they ask la a recommendation
after a cure has been effected. From
their experience In tbe hospitals of
Kurope aud America, their knowledge of
the input advancements that have been
imide in diagnosing and treating dis
eases in the last few yearn, cau tell the
probability ol a cure in all cases of ear,
skin, liver and kidney discuses, female
complaints, naaal catarrh, dyspspaia,
rheumatism and nervous debility. They
make every caae a spscial study and will
not take any usee to treat unless there
i* a moral c«rtitinty ol making a com
plete cure. Permanently located in Lot
Angelas, December, 1 at SOB), South
Spring aireet. Open every day exempt
ing .Mondays. Thousands ol cases have
been treated and onr*d by thai! system
ol treatment in the last eleven years.
A package worth its weight in gold,
ou the corner of Fourth and Spring
streets, To those troubled with dand
ruff, or any skin disease, in the ahape of
Smith's Dandruff Pomade. The only
remedy on earth that a single bottle ia
guaranteed to cure any case ol dandruff
or money refunded, tor sale only by
Off A Vaughn, corner Fourth and Spring
streets, Los Angeles.
ttna Pishing- at Mammoth Wheif.
Tom patio, smelt, rock hasa, all are
biting. I'leluug tackle, poles and bait
can be had on the wharf, where tine fish
dinner* are now *erv*d. Sunday round
trip, when Southern Pacific trains run
through, BO cents.
Subscribers to the lUrai i\ both Daily
and Weekly, are entitled to tbe follow
ing valuable premiums il they send their
names itint addresses and a two cent
postage stamp to the lollowing pub
lishers : first, Table and Kitchen, a hue
cook book with numerous receipts and
new hint s of the greatest value to house
keepers. Address Price Baking Powder
company, Chicago, 111. Second, the
Veterinary Guide, a complete treatise
on hoi ses and their diseases. Address
Dr. Kendall company, Knoeburgh Falls,
Importer sn,l dealer In Chinese and J«paueae
lanci good* Ai. kinds el silks, silk drc-s pat
terns. , mbreldsre t silk dreisins gowns, shawls
and handkerchiefs and genera, ■ r .Mng
goods, and also manufacturer ot lsdles'under
wear 1 respectfully call the alteutlen el the
pnVlr to the fact that all lay stock Is paw on
special sale, regardless el ssjat. No 50.% North
Main street, opposite th* Plasa, bes Angeles.
Dodgers, twain and window car.li dlstrlb
uted. Campbell Rill Polling company. 119.
Nasi t'econd street.
THAT MID-WINTER EXPOSITION.
Efforts in Its Behalf Meeting
The Project Being Worked Up by
Nearly All the Foreign Bxhlbltors at
the World'a Fair Faror It—A
Committee Coining to
By the Associated I'rosi.
Han Francisco, June 10. —Tbe Chron
icle has the following special dispatch
from Chicago in regard to tbe efforts
which are being made there towards
holding a mid-winter commercial expo
sition in Ban S'rancisoo:
llerr Oornely concluded hit labors
among tbe foreign exhibitors today. If a
has a Hit of 4400 signatures, every
one of which represents an ex
hibit of merit. In securing this list
Herr Comely has interviewed the official
representatives ol Austria, Belgium,
Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Great
Britain and New Mouth Wales. On
every hand he bas met with nothing ex
cept encouragement. With one accord
they pronounce the mid-winter com
mercial exposition project a grand
undertaking, which, if carried
out, will benefit every exhibi
tor who makes a display, quite
as much, comparatively, as it will the
state of Oallfornia. Exhibitors of all
nationalities and classes were willing
and anxious to pledge themselves and
their exhibits in California if the propo
sition to hold the commercial exposition
was only raalized.
Next Monday morning Herr Oorneley,
accompanied by L. Barnett, the archi
tect who designed the transportation,
women's and mining buildings at the
Chicago fair, and three or more of
the representative foreign exhibitors
will leave for California. These men,
all of whom have had many years of
practical experience iv building exposi
tions, will make this trip for the sole
purpose of explaining to Californians,
in person, how anxious the hosts
of foreign exhibitors are to open
up a field of commercial relations
with the Bacilli; coast. They will take
with them the plans of the four build
ings which are to comprise tbe Califor
nia fair, together with figures and statis
tics enough to satisfy all interested as to
the exact coat of carrying out the pro
The Way to Restore a Parity of the
Two Metals la to Uae Both.
Kditors Hkhald: From tbe outgiv
ings of President Cleveland the other
day on the financial situation, and from
the later press interview with Secretary
Carlisle of June 13th, giving interesting
and v.Unable statistics relative to our
silver coinage, it would look as though
the administration was anxious to fa
cilitate and encourage a campaign ol
education between now and the next
meeting of congress on currency mat
ters. In other words, it would appear
that the president and his constitutional
advisers desire, in their preasnt diflicult
situation, to take the people, whose will
under the constitntion (as that wise
ruler. Abraham Lincoln, believed) is
raw, into tnsir confidence. And why
should they not? If the American
people are determined to retnrn to their
ancient constitutional double standard,
aa ttio cm««««n»w% V lw*w c.- u l*,n,l-
Allison law and tbe Sherman law plainly
indicate that they are, why should any
one man or any dozen men, or "Wall
street" and all its hosta, say them nay?
It was charged at one time, perhaps un
justly, that Presideut Cleveland would
use his patronage to coerce the people's
representatives into voting lor the re
peal ol the Sherman law. If that policy
was ever entertained evidently
it haa been abandonsd, it we
may judge by the announce
ment rsceutly made, that the adminis
tration is not responsible for th* present
financial situation, therefore whatever
remedy is required must be provided by
congreaa, and that the executive cast
only administer tha law a* h« And* it,
which is eminently a sound position to
lake, albeit many people show a dispo
sition ta to erltlcli* this policy ol "giv
ing the country an object lesson" In the
practical workings ot our present cur*
rency laws. By nil mean* let us have
the object lesson ! Yea, verily, let the
executive even go a step (urtlitr in the
Mini direction, and carry out the will ol
the people and the intent of the oomti
tutlon, aud the clear mandate of the act
oi 131)0, to wit, (that It is the estab
lished policy ol ths United States to
maintain the two metal* on a parity
npon the preaent legal ratio) by uaing
the lower apeoi*. thereby increasing the
demand for that metal, which would be
the sensible way of causing itaapprecia
tion. The present policy oi rejection
aud non-use of silver aa potential money
certainly does not tend to bring it to a
parity with told; nor oven would it
maintain such parity if it already ex
isted. Aud there is no uae or eenae i«t
believing, or pretending to believe, that
it ever will. The Luited States and sev
eral other nations of the oiviliaad world
are ougsged, and have been for the laat
30 year*, in the hopeless Syiphian
task of trying to raite the price
of silver by refusing to uae it ns real
money ; and in the equally abeuid and
hopeless task of attempting, in total de
fiance of natural law, toloweror cheapen
the price of gold by throwing all their
monetary bnrdana on that instaL there
by enormously enhancing it* relative
value, which, whether we rccognite it or
not, ie bnt the natural and inevitable re
sult of eueh increased demand.
We pretend to be ardent bimetalliata,
and then deny our faith by uaing only
cne metal as real money. We profesa to
want to get back to the double standard,
and yet we contiue to llaunt and defy
one of ita prima, fundamental canons
when we adhere to the dearer specie,
causing it to go still higher, and negle.'t
the cheaper, causing it to sink still low-
I er, thus making the maintenance of a
I parity of the two metals, at any pertna
! nent ratio, an impossibility.
Ol course previona administrations
1 have placed the cart betore the horse by
1 using the dearer apecie, till the gold dol
lar i* now worth a dollar and a half,
either in silver or in staple commodities,
thus making a return to constitutional
i mathods exceedingly difficult. Never
theleaa, a final abandonment of tbe
double standsrd mean* far graver eco
nomic evils than w* have already expe
rienced. It takes 50 per cent more now
of iilver and f>o per cent mora of tha pro
duct ol human labor to boy a penny
weight of gold i about a dollar) than it
did n years ago. By and by, il the
United States and Europe adhei* to
their present policy, the same quantity
ol gold will cost 75 or 100 per cent jaore
thau it did formerly; in other words,
gold, in its relation to other commodi
ties, will have risen to a ratio ol two to
one, and all outstanding debts made 20
years ago will have doubled.
11. I). Barbows.
**" . ANTICIPATION.
One time we atnnd upon the water's edge
That flowed far out into its parent sea.
And there while buiuiner blushed on field
We VOWed to love throughout eternity.
And thou, fond heart, hast kept that vow
Thronirh every change that protean fortune
Cut I ano nunkec In the waves that swell
O'er Scylla's hidden rocks—and am forgot.
What stern mischance hath snapped the
That bound thy heart in unison with mtnc?
Unless her soul be N lobe's instead,
Whoso tears may flow as feelingly as thine
from whom may pardon como If not from
And yet I dare not unk so f<reat a boon.
Whoso lifo Is wrecked Uku thine? And who
Hath warranty to sing so sad a lime?
Yet cease thoso mournful slfc'lib, 04 duup pop.
As evor Dlilo for iEucns hoaved;
The future Uos beyond: the recompense
Of time la ii" i tor her who most hath
One hopo 1 havo that absence cannot take.
One lutiirintr that tho world can never steal;
Whon life Is dona, in other spheres to wake.
And at thy feet n worshiper to kneel,
—kit. Ueorgo llust tn (iooil Housekeeping.
London's Theater Curtains.
Oue of tha finest curtains in this conn
try is ay tho Lyceum theater. On it ull
that art oiin do has boon lavished. Mado
of a rich, beautiful plush of dragon's
blood hue, it hangs from tho proscenium
arch in artifitic folds. Tho curtain was
presented to Mr. Irving by the Baroness
Burdett (Joutts, its cost being 1,000
guineas. One thousand yards of plush
were used in its manufacture, and it
achieved thefnmoof once being parodied
in a Gaiety burlesque.
Mr. Wyndham's curtain at tha Crite
rion is a creation of Maple & Co. and
cost about £120. At tho Gaiety the pres
ent act drop is tho work of Mr. George
Banks. Tho artist's conception takes
tho form of a great whito satin cloth,
with a solitary figure opening two cur
tains. Tho Savoy curtain is noted both
for its beauty mid tho artistic manner in
wbish it rises and reveals tho stage. Ths
act drop at tho Adelphi, the home of
"creopy" melodrama, is i curtain which
has marked the resting places of count
loss pieces of the transpontine type. It
represents a scene in Sherwood forest
in tho days of Robin Hood and his mer
ry, merry men.—London Million.
Literary Men's Tapers.
Ho is a wise man who leaves behind
him no letters or personal papers of any
sort that mean much in tho private his
tory of liis life, particularly if ho is a
literary man, for, moro than all other
hearts, tho daws liko to peck at those of
rnon who ate favored of fame. The most
elusive flavor of tho most retiring souls
is irresistibly tempting to their taste
when tho famous man is dead and gone
where he can no longer say that this let
ter or that, i his poem or the other, mea"'
only a mood, not an abiding part of lust
Cores Ccniumpl lon, Conßbi, Croup, Soro
Throat. Bold by »H unwiht* on a G«"?"'«•
for a Lama Si J», Ilack or Cheat Shlloh'a Porou*
Plaater will giro graat satisfaction.—»j cents.
I Kiyruvd." Ki>r hyaix-paln, Liver or JbJOuoy
irouble It oxo*le._Prta« c ta. k .
SHJ LP H f S/|£ATAR R H
IlevoytmruTtirhf Try thin Homed y. it.will
positively relieve end Cure you. Prion M> ota.
Thla Injector for ita *uc< -nil trcetniont la
furnished froo. Remenibor, Shlloh'aßMnodlea
era aold on a Kii«niii«'tu give siit.lsniet.lnii.
Sold wbnleselu by HAAS, BAIUH'H di 00.
and retail by drugglat*. 12-1* lyr
A NEW DEPARTURE.
NOT A 1)01,1,VK NX.XI) RK PAID US
DNMIjIUUK IS RKFKtTSI).
DR. a fSDGAB»MITH & CO.,
rosltlvetv enre in from thirty tn slitv d»re
all kinds of RtiPTORB, VAKItMOII.g. HY
IMtOCKLtf. rIUE£ and FlssUßl.. KMT LA.
n.OKRAVIONS, nr.. etc , without thn i<s* ol
knife, diawtng blocd or detention from busi
DON BOLT ATION AND KXAMI.N ATION FRRS
i'sn ref r interested part la* to promiueut Lot
Angeles cltliena who hay* been treated by
them. Cure guaranteed
fISli s. MAIN nr., COR. SsTVwNTH.
3.-JT Urn I <W AN- '.-I.tß OAL.
; Here's Your Chance
One Echo mare, In foal by MclCinney, 2:12 W.
I Oue mare by luea. in foal by Mcklunty, a :» 7.
One mare by Reme-e. 2:19.
Hue mare by llaanwond.
One mare by I'.lpM'rtnser.
One two year-old Silyby .;oMtr»r. 2:2fHj,
1 One Ally by Woeleey, a brother to sunol,
I Oue three-year old filly by Alcazar. 2:20, In
. foal by McKinnov, 2:i2^.
One thoroughbred stallion by Rutherford, all
ready to rare.
Also some rolU and fillies by McKinncy and
. (lorn I per.
. Thoae marea are ail out of good dam* and are
good Individuals. These blooded animals will
■ be told c heap, as I desire to dispose of all my
stock except Mr Kinney and liosslper.
I Thlss.ook can be seen sny morniug at
a AfißlOl LTI RAI, PARK.
) (l*'-'4l D. A. DVRFSE. Owner.
has made its appcarariofif
It is not only a health food,
but a healthy food—a health
food that makes other food
healthy. Its name is
It takes the place of hog's
Lard which is a notoriously
unhealthy food. A purely
digestible, and economical
a permanent home in every
kitchen, whence it increases
the health and enjoyment
of every member of the
family. Try it for yourself.
At all grocers.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO. NEW YORK, BOSTON.
An invitation is hereby extended to tha dif
ferent sectloue ot Southern California to uuite
In the forthcoming celebration in the city of
Los Angeles on the night of the 4th of July, by
an appropriate Boat rt presenting their respec
Tho different railroad companies have gen
erously agreed to transport the float or ma
terial to construct the same with two attend
ants in ill urge. Our committee will furnish
the wagon, horses, and the necessary illumtna
tlen therefor, unless the different locallllei
prefer to furnish their own.
The float must uot exceed 16 feet in height
from the ffround.
The procession will be an allegorical one,
illustrating periods in oar national history
first, aad tbcu tbe growth and development of
The committee hope to see every section ap
propriately represented in this prooesnlon. All
persons desirous of seeing their section '•pre
sented are requested to organise Into commit
tees and communicate with tha secretary of
this committee, who will co-operate with them.
Our committee has on band all the material
necessary to complete the several floats on
their arrival in Los Angeles, tba Broadway
market having been sect red for that purpose,
The committee offer ths following prlsea:
ifloo— Ist prise— Best float in Hue from outatdn
locatltr. j , nnp
I *100-Kor best float «n|«reab» £ " ,D -.
! individual ironi in.tA.eMTug.
! *So— i.n»«r<ißstoee»'al«d building.
SlO—llest decorated street car.
$s—Soci v I best decorated street car.
Bev,ra\ approprlste prises for wheelmen In
cos ume snd bast decorated and Illuminated
I'rlze for host sustained character on foot,
horseback, on float or otherwise
Noadverlhnn, wagons of any kind permitted
Only the name of organization or Individual
furnishing tbe float allowed oa Ihe tame.
By order of
CHAS. ft. ALEXANDER,
GEO. ATWOOD, Secretary. 6-18 7t
1 )l'.OrosALB FOE FIJSL, FORAGE AND
1 STRAW.-Headquarters Department of Aii
.iiiii offleo of the Chief Quartermaster, Los
Angeles, Cel., June 17,1893.—Sealed proposals
In Ir.plli-A'e will be reoelved at this o*ce and
at tbe offloe of the Quartermaster at each ol the
poita beiow named until 11 o'clock a. m.. 120 th
meridian time, on July 18, 1893, and then
?P ned In the presence of atteudlng bidders,
or. fiirnishlnt Fuel. Forage aad Straw at f oris
Apache, Bowie, Orsnt, Huachuoa, A. T , Ban
Carlos and w hippie Harraoks, A. T., Forts Bay
ard, Marcy, Stanton and Wingate, N M., Los
Angeles and San Diego Barracks, Cel.. during
tne fiscal year ending June 30th, 1894. Pret
ereuce given to articles of domeatiu prodnc
tton nnt manufacture, conditions of price and
quality being equal, and tuoh preference given
to articles of American production and nranu
tseture produced on the Pacific coast to the ex
tent of the consumption required by Ihe pub
lic servloe there, Fioinsals for quantities less
than the whole required, or tor dull very at
points other : nan thosi named, will bo enter
tained, ppecificstlons, general instructions to
bidders and blank forms of prop sal wll' be
furnished en application here or at the offices
of the respective post quartermasters, K. B
ATWOOD, Major and Chief Quartermaster.
Applicatiou to Sell Heal Estate.
Notice v hernby givin that tub
Methodist Episcopal Church South.ol Los
! Angeles, California, has applied for authority
ito «ell tint cert.lv property on Olive street,
I known as the District I'arsonage, and detorlbid
; as beginning at a point in th' east line of Olive
I street ISO feet south of Eleventh street, thence
south alo g OHve street fifty-three fe-.1. thence
I wc'terlv between pirallel Unas parallel to
Eleventh street 105 feel, snd tha' haa'lns ol
i ! said petition is set for June 23d, 1893, at 10 a.
in., before Department Three of this court at
tbe court house in the oily of •J'°* H *'^J* v '^"i )
County Clerk and Ex-offlcio Clerk ol said Court.
. By i. W. fcttvKK. Deputy. ti-17 at
• Stockholders Meeting.
' rr\Q TH it STOCKHOLDER! OF THE IM
' L terial Ssviugs and Loan Company. No
f ties 1. hereby given that tha annual msetlngof
tne stockholders of The Imperial Savings and
Loan Company will be held at the company's
" office In the city and county of Cos Angeles,
a ate of California, on Wednesday evening.
I Juiy 3,1893, at 7:30 pm„ for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year, and
\ smb. other business as may come before tha
f mating. By order of
PRESIDENT DR. B 0. MANNING.
GEO. L MILLS, Secretary.
June 18,1893. 6 17 tat 2t
KING¥ITy _ & BARNES,
: ART PRINTERS
WEDDING INVITATION*., ITO.
VISITING CARDS, ITO.
i, 211 Sew High Street, Fulton Block,
n Near Franklin street, ground floor. Tel. 417.
f, MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
y WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
w.n Office: LOS ANOILKB.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO,
Branch Tarda—Pomona, Pasadena,Xastanda,
i "s.i. Burbank. Planing Mills—LotWngelas
Paanm c»r.... ibM»l»fc«A sa, SMu,