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CALIFORNIANS IN EXILE.
A Banquet in Honor of Gov.
The Menn Consisted of Native
Hany Noted World's Fair Officials
The Oolden State's Fralaes Eloquently
Honored -World's Fair
By tho Assoristed Tress.
Chicago, June 20.—An elaborate ban
quet was given tonight at the Audito
rium in honor of Governor Maikham of
California by the "Californiana in ex
ile." The dining room was beautifully
decorated with California flowers, and
tbe tables were laden with fruits and
delicacies of that state. The wines were
of native growth also. At the conclu
sion of the feast Commissioner McMur
ray, who presided, proposed the health
of the guest of honor in a most felicitous
speech, to which thegovernor responded
in kind,extolling the commission's work.
President Palmer of the exposition re
sponded to the toast, "The World's
Fair." He praised the California ex
hibit, which ho said was the finest end
most complete of any state on the
Commissioner McDonald speaking to
the toast Horticulture, gave a magni
ficent word painting of California's re
sources in that line.
Major Handy responded to The Press.
Other responses were made by General
Miles, The Department of California;
Melleville E, Stone, The Press; M. 11.
De Young, The World's Fair in San
Francisco; 8. W. Ferguson, state com
missioner, California; Horace G. Piatt,
Native Daughter,) of California; Wash
ington Porter, California Fruits and
How to Get Them; lames l>. I'helan,
The State Commission; C.J. Murphy,
California in Europe; N. J. Bird, The
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.
Had Weather Checks the Attendance.
Many Interesting Features.
Chicago, June 20. —The day opened
hot, hut with fleecy clouds and a good
breeze which made getting about in the
fair grounds quite uncomfortable. Peo
ple began pouring into the grounds
early, an unusually large proportion of
them giving evidence of being visitors
from outside tbe city, taking their first
view. By 10 o'clock it was estimated
that 35.000 to 40,000 had passed the
turnstiles, and Chief Tucker of the
bnreau of admissions was of the opinion
that nearly 200,000 would be the day's
About noon the weather changed and
in a short time rain was coming down in
torrents, and the prospects for a big at
tendance were mined. The weather
continued stormy the remainder of tbe
afternoon and evening.
The big Ferris wheel will be dedicated
tomorrow with appropriate ceremonies.
The exposition authorities have set
•part October 20th to 24th for a big re
union of war veterans, both confeder
ates and union. Grand Army posts will
make efforts to bring nil old soldiers to
Arrangements are now being made to
give the Spanish caravels a royal wel
come on their arrival here after the
long voyage, via the St. Lawrence river
and the great lakes.
Mexico's exhibit in the forestry build
ing was opened to the public today
The German wine exhibit will be
opened tomorrow by Commissioner Wer
The West Virginia state building at
the world's fair was dedicated with sim
ple ceremonies today. The lowa state
band furnished the music for the oc
Oregon is one of the states that will
receive daily shipments of fruit and
vegetables in season. The first ship
ment of strawberries arrived today and
came out crisp and fresh as the day
they were picked. Oregon inangnrated
today a daily telegraphic statement of
crop prospects and conditions in the
state, and it proved quite an interesting
In the flour tests made today in the
Agricultural building Oregon flour was
found to be superior for wliiteneess and
amount of glnten.
Canada outstripped the competition
in the Jnne exhibit of cheese. There
were I*7 exhibits, mostly factory
cheese. Of these 135 scored high
enongh tn win medals or diplomas, 120
of them being of Canadian manufacture.
Thirty-one Canadian lots scored higher
than any from the I'nited Slates, rang
ing in excellence from 98 per cent
The Illinois hoard has decided on
August 21th as Illinois day. A. special
effort will be made to make it attrac-
The attendance today was 123,818, of
which US,OIII wero employes and offi
cials, aud children 1,666,
APPLYING THE KNIFE.
Saveral Roads Keginnlog to Cnt World's
Cuicaoo, June SO. —Tne Great North
ern pnt the knife into transcontinental
rates again today by announcing a rate
of $51 first-class, and |86 second clasn
Irom St. PanltoSan Francisco. Thisin
clndee a berth ana meals on a steamer
from Seattle to San Kranciaco. Thia will
drag the Union I'aciHc into the fight un
less that road ie prepared to sacrifice to
The Atchison today announced that it
would put into effect at once a round
trip rate of one and one-third fare from
Texas pointe to Chicago.
New York, June -o.—The general
agents of the trunk lines met today and
decided to recommend to the executive
committee of the Trunk Line association
a special rate of one fare for the round
trip to Chicago and return, on special
world's fair excursion trains.
Hudden 1 ih :
That Btarti.ino Nfwh Hkalinu—The pub
11c ia becoming accustomed to the above head
ing, but nevertheless it always conveys a shoes.
Hudden dt ath in a vast majority of oases re
sults from heart disease, manifested by any one
or several of the following symptoms: Short
breath, palpitation, irregular pulse, wind In
the stomach, pain in side, shoulder or arm, nn
der left shoulder blade, between shoulders or
in bowels, irregular or intermittent pulse, op
pressed feeling in chest, cnokiDg sensstlon,
weak or hungry spells, difficult breathing,
swellinj of feet or ankles, dropsy. Dr. Miles'
Hew Heart Cure speedily remedies all these.
Bold by C. H. Hanco, 177 N. spring street, on
a guarantee, who wlil give you his elegant
Little Prise-Winners (liven » Specie
Chicago, June 20.—The party of 21
children sent here irom California as a
reward for fine scholarship in the public
schools, were given a reception in the
children's building today by the board
of lady managers. They were greeted
by the president of the board, who made
a pleasant talk to them. She congratu
lated them upon earning a priae that
must be of so great lienefit to them as a
trip to the great Columbian exposition
will undoubtedly lie. There was music
by the exposition orchestra. The vari
ous departments of the building were
shown to the children. Mrs. Mary
Mapea Dodge was present and made a
short but interesting talk to the little
girls. After the reception each of the
little California girls was presented a
silver spoon as a souvenir of the trip.
They were taken to luncheon on tbe
ST. CLAIR FOI!NO GUILTY.
A Mutineer Convicted of an Atrocloua
San Francisco, June 20.— The jury in
the United States circut court this after
noon found Thomas St. Clair guilty of
the murder of Mate M. Fitzgerald of the
bark liegper, January loth, on a voyage
from Sydney, N. S. W., to Honolulu.
The crime was most brutal. Bt. Clair
who was a sailor, had planned with
sailors to kill thn officers, including the
captain, seize the vessel and go to the
orient for the purpose of preying upon
Chinese merchantmen. Tbe plot was
well laid, and one night when Mate
Fitzgerald appeared on deck,-St. Clair
seized an ax and literally chopped him
to pieces and threw his body overboard.
The atrociousneasof the deed so shocked
his fellow conspirators that they refused
to carry ont the scheme further. The
captain was warned and St. Clair and
his companions were placed in irons and
brought to this port for trial.
Tha Ex-Prealrtent'* Views nn the Sun
day Closing Ojnestlon.
N«w Youk, June 20.—1n response to
a question, ex-President Harrison tele
graphed the following from Indianapolis:
"1 f I am quoted as having expressed ap
proval of tiie action of the commissioners
in opening the fair Sundays, or of the
decision of the circuit court of ap
peals, it is without author
ity. I said to newspaper rep
resentatives in Chicago that, in my
opinion, the eubject ehould have been
regarded as closed forever when tbe con
gressional donation was accepted. As
to the ruling of Chief Justice Fuller, I
could not express a safe opinion without
an examination of tbe briefs and plead
ings, but I am not inclined to believe
that a court of equity can only take
cognizance by an injunction of inquiries
A Temblor In the South.
AutjTJSTA, Ga., June 20.—A slight
earthquake was felt here tonight.
Charleston, 8. Oil June 20.—A very
distinct shock of earthquake was felt
here tonight. No damage is reported.
Savannah, Ga., June 20. —A distinct
earthquake shock was felt here tonight.
Tall buildings shook perceptily and
windows rattled. There was consider
able excitement, but no damage is re
OolUKßia. S. C, June 20.—Sharp ,
earthquake shock was felt tonight. The
shock was accompanied by load and ■
continued rumblings and glasses on \
shelves shook loudly. ,
Rnperylsors Indicted. '
Oakland, June »). —The grand jury
today presented a report demanding j
that the district attorney begin criminal
proceedings against Snpervieors Martin,
Bailey, Pelousze and Morgan, for having
passed printing bills of $2053 for the '
Alameda Argus and the Alameda States- '
man, in connection with the publication
ni election proclamations. The district
attorney is also instructed to begin pro
ceedings against Editors Barber and
Daniels for the recovery of the money.
Olney's Opinion Wanted.
Washington, June 20. —Attorney-
General Olney hae been callled upon by
the treasury department for an opinion
on the present status of all the world's
fair appropriations and questions, in
view of the decision of the United
States court of appeals in Chicago,
Saturday. The request was written by
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
Curtis, the official in charge of world's
Kxtended to duly Ist.
To establish a wide reputation Tho
Galen Institute will render their ser
vices until July Ist free ot charge. The
only favor they ask is a recommendation
after a cure has beeu effected. From
their experience in the hospitals of
Europe and America, their knowledge of
tho rapid advancements that have been
made in diagnosing and treating dis
eases in the last fow years, can tell the
probability of a cure in all cases of ear,
skin, liver and kidney diseases, female
complaints, nasal catarrh, dyspepsia,
rheumatism and nervous debility. They
make every case a special study and will
not take nny case to treat unless there
is a moral certainty of making a com
plete euro. Permanently located in Los
Angeles, December, 1802, at 806}, South
Spnng street. Open every day except
ing Mondaye. Thousands of cases have
been treated and cured by their syßtem
of treatment in the last eleven years.
#100. Ono Hundred nullum. * 1 00.
Will be given at this office to the per
son who returne a ruby ecari pin in
shape of horse shoe. This pin was lost
about a week ago. Leave at Herald
office and get above reward.
Itay District Knees.
Pas Fhancihco, .lune 20.—Fonr and a
half furlongs—Lottie D. won, Monte
Carlo second, Gipsy Girl third; time,
Five furlongs — Carmel won, Noi
mnudi second, llappv Band third ; time,
Six furlonga—Morton won, Huguenot
second, North third; time, l:lt>' 4 .
Six furlongs—Joe Winters won. Van
ity second, Lucy third; time, 1 :18',,.
tine mile—Charger won, Bed Cloud
second, Currency third; time, 1:431^.
ThKt Terrible HrourKS,
Fever snd ague, end its congener, bilious re-
Btitteat, besides affections of tbe stomach,
liver and bowels, prodded by miasmatic air
aud water, are both eradicated ami prevented
by the me of ilo»t?iter's Stomach Bitters, a
purely vegetable elixir, indorsed by physi
cians, and more extensively ased as a remedy
for th- above c:a-s of disorders, as well as for
many others, than any medicine of the ace.
A languid circulation, a torpid stato of the
liver, a want of vital stamina, are conditions
pe.-uliarly favorable to malarial diseases.
They are. however, surely remedied by the
grcnt preventive, which, by lnvlgoratiug the
nytera snd endowing it with regularity as
well aa vigor, provides lt with a reaistlng
power which enables lt to withstand disorders,
not only of a malarial type, but a host of others
to which feeble and 111-regulated systems are
BUOjoet. The Hitters are a safe as well as
searching eradicanr, and have widely super
seded t'.iot dangerous drug, quinine, which pal
liates bat does uot eradicate malaria.
LOS ANGELES ITERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING, ,r(JNE 21, 1893.
SAD ENDING OF A DAY'S SPORT.
i A Terrible Disaster on the Long
Derailment of a Train Returning
from the Races.
Several People Killed Outright and No
Less Than a Hundred Injured.
A Misplaced Switch
By theAiaoeiate.l pren.l
N«w York, June 20.—A train on the
Long Island railroad on which there
were about 1000 persons returning from
Sheepshead Bay races was derailed this
evening in a tunnel a short distance
from Parksville. Two persons were
killed outright and two died soon after
being removed to the hospital, and
about 100 were injured, many so
seriously that they will not recover.
The killed at the time of the accident
were Patrick Daly, a court officer of
New York city, and H. S. Pringle of
New York. Those who died in the hos
pital were Henry Spink, a police court
marshal of New York, and Robert Oat
ting, a policeman of New York.
The injured are: Hiram A. Maynard
of New York, Nicholas Foster of New
York, P. Johnson of New York, An
drew Bartholomew, Saley Creek, N. V.;
Jamea Fitzsimmona, New York, foot cut
off; Patrick Graham, New York; J. B.
Childs, Elizabeth, N. J.; E. C. Hills,
New York; Bronson J. McKenna, pol
iceman, New York ; Frank J. Finn, New
York; Richard Flynn, New Yjrk; Wil
liam Herring, Auburn, N. V.; James
Bradford, Patterson, N. J.; Patrick
Gtbba, Brooklyn; Charles Herrick,
New York; Henry Ruesch, New
York; Hugh J. McOonigle, Philadel
phia; Philip Isaacs, New York; Quin
by, serious injuries, unconscious; Ad
dicks, New York, internal injuries, un
conscious; W. D. Ford, L. Foster, New
York; Bn unknown man, unconscious.
Many of the injured were taken in
private conveyances or by friends to
New York hospitals or to their homes.
As the train drew near tbe tunnel it
suddenly gave a jerk and jolt. The en
gine ana the first two ears ran along
bumping and reeling, to the very mouth
of the tunnel, then brooke loose and
were carried through the tunnel. The
other part of the train pulled apart, the
first half dragging itself half way
through the tunnel. People jumped
from the train and fell npon the em
bankment to be bruised and cut by the
cars. Others weie bruised upon the
rocks of the tunnel. Women fainted
and men became panic-stricken and
trampled women and children under
foot in the mad flight for safety.
When the train finally stopped tbe
cooler heads immediately began to ren
der assistance to the wounded who lay
along the track. Orders to the Brook
lyn hospitals for ambulances were imme
diately sent. Iv the meantime the
wounded were gathered up and stretched
out upon the grass upon the embank
ment. One hundred persons, it is said,
were placed there. People who from
their carriages on tbe driveway above
looked down upon the terrible scene
also rendered assistance.
The train was, without doubt, de- i
railed by a misplaced switch. It stood
there open, after the accident, in mute ,
evidence. As the first two cars remained
on the track, while the rest were de
railed, it 1b f.W«k bt,pb 4k- OWIMJU „.._
shut when these passed over, but jolted
loose and allowed the other part of the
train to be derailed.
B. J. McOonigle, Fritz Johnson and
John Blmlay died tonight in Seney hos
A Blim Attendance to Listen to Fapera
on Dry Subjects.
Chicaoo, June 20.—Owing to small
attendance, the three world's congresses
on banking, railways, commerce and
insurance were consolidated today.
Bradford Rhodes of New York addressed
the congresses on the World's Experi
ence in Banking. John J. P. Odell fol
lowed in a brief address. John F. Dil
lon read a paper on the constitutional
guarantees of railway properties and
iranchiees and the rates against legisla
tive spoliation. Gen. Horace Porter
read a paper on safety devices applied
to railway cars.
Thia afternoon the congress of boards
of trade convened, Secretary Stone of
the Chicago board made an address of
welcome ana the remainder of the pro
gramme consisted of responses.
A special conference of state and na
tional bank examiners was held, and to
night there was a meeting of the com
merce and financial congress. Among
tbe speakers were Horace White on the
Single Gold Standard; E. W. Meddaugh
on Railway Strikes; Dr. Charles Bom
baugh on Life Insurance Progress.
thb emvitot BACK,
Horaea of Several of the Contestants in
Siocx City, la., June 20, —Gillespie
and Rattlesnake Pete, of tho cowboy
racers, spent the night here and started
at 6a. m. Gillespie's horses are in fine
trim. Tote's buckskin looked rather
groggy. Doc Middleton arrived last
Albright, Smith and Berry crossed the
river this morning and left at 10 o'clock,
after shoeing their horses. Gilleßpie and
Pete have a fonr hours' lead.
Doc Middleton left here thie eveninsr,
after resting hie horse 20 hours. The
animal waa quite lame, but is improv
ing. Middleton save he ie doubtful
about reaching the Mississippi.
Importer and dealer In Chineia and Jspanese
fancy gtiodt. All kinds ef Bilks, Bilk dreis pat
terns, embroldere i silk dressing gowns, shawls
and .k ■ . und general furnliditug
goods, and also msii'ifacttirer of lsdies' under
wear I respectfully call the attention of the
public to the fact lhat all my stock is now on
special sale, tegaidless of cost. No. 505 North
Main street, opposite the Plaza, Los Angeles.
Weinvite competition and allow no person to
btat us. Largest discounts ever known given
on all paper. Everything In apecial sets at 237
South Spring street.
You Should Keep Cool.
Christopher has the best lee cream and cold
drinks in the city. Give him a call. No. 241
touth Spring street.
Fire Insurance Rates Reduced.
Indipendeut of the "compact " See Basker
vllle, 21S North Main (Lanfranco building; and
New and Stylish.
New and stylish millinery has been reduced
to the lowest prices at Mrs. U. DoichV, 238 S.
Big reduction in hardware for next (10 days.
J. W. Baker A Son*, 113 Nurlh Main sireet.
I Uai German l-AMILY SOAl'.
DEADS CHOPPED OFF.
I Decapitation of Paget Sound Customs
Mfflcers for Cause.
Washington, Jnne 20.—The official
' heads of Patrick H. Winston, United
States attorney; Thomas R. Brown,
United States marshall; Andrew Waa
son, United States collector at Port
' Townsend ;C. J. Mulkey, United States
special agent, and six special inspectors
of customs in the Puget Sound district,
, all in the state of Washington, have
fallen into the official hopper, as the
results of reports made to Secretary
Carlisle by Special Treasury Agents
Wood and Lewis.
These reports.' are numerous and cir
cumstantial as to details, and tell a story
of one of the most extensive successful
1 conspiracies ever formed to smuggle
Chinese and opium into the United
States across the far northwestern
boundary. There haa been hardly a day
for the pact two months that reports or
telegrams have not been received at
the treasury department from Agents
Wood and Lewis, and on these reports
the officials of the treasury department
have been summarily dismissed. The
last batch of dismissals of customs
inspectors was made Saturday, but Sec
retary Carlisle thinks tbe ends of justice
may be defeated by making public their
These officials, it is charged by the
reports received, bave been doing a
wholesale business for several years in
connection with private parties in Vic
toria, B. C, in smuggling in Chinese by
means of fraudulent certificates, and
permitting opium smuggling, either by
connivance or otherwise.
Scandals for the past 12 or IB years at
tached more or less to these officials in
the Puget Sound district, whose duty it
was to guard againßt violation of the
law as to illicit business of Chinese and
opium smuggling into the United
Politics never entered into it, but im
mense profit in tbe business seems to
have corrupted many officials.
More than two months ago Agents
Wood and Lewis, new men from the
east, were detailed to secretly investi
gate these alleged frauds, with the re
sult as stated. Uninfluenced by local
surroundings or affiliations, they went to
work and unearthed what is regarded
here as one of the greatest conspirares
in which government officials were ever
Not to defeat the continuance of the
investigation, all the prominent govern
ment officials named were removed
by tbe president and their suc
cessors appointed without the
usual announcement being made
The purpose was to keep the public in
ignorance, that other implicated per
sons might be caught. The new men
appointed in the place of those removed
were: James L. Saunders, collector at
Port Townsend; James C. Drake,
United Btateß marshal; W. H. Brinker,
United States attorney. Other remov
als are yet to come, and the matter in i
due course of time will find ita way into '
the courts. t
THE NATIONAL PASTIME. I
Results of Yesterday's Games on Eastern
Cincinnati, June 20.—Louisville played '
a perfect game. Cincinnati, 1; Louis
ville, 3. .
Pittsburg, June 20.—The Clevelande j
out-batted the Fittsburgs and won
eaßily. Pittsburg, 0; Cleveland, 10.
Philadelphia, June 20. —Kelly's bat-
ting was the feature of the game. Phil- '
adelphia. 10; Baltimore, 2.
June 20.—The Senators J
York, 8; Washington, 16. 8
Boston, June 20. —The Champions 1
were defeated again today. Brooklyn, t
11; Boston, 4. I
THE SUPERVISORS. 1
Proceedings at Yesterday's Seaslon of |
the Board. (
The board of supervisors yesterday i
took action upon the Whittier state 1
school demands, which the district at- '
torney advised should be rejected. ,
Upon motion of Supervisor Forrester
the demand for $3730.41, put in for the 1
county's share of the Los Angeles in- 1
mates, was allowed, and a warrant or- 1
dereu drawn for the amount.
The ayeß and noes were called upon
the motion, and ail the supervisors voted
in favor of it except Supervisor Jamea '
Haniey, who voted no.
The board appropriated $500 from the
immigration fund to BBsißt the chamber
of commerce in the publication of in
formation on irrigation and other aub
jecte relative to the reeourcea of South
The petition of Peter H. Manns to run
water through a ditch on the east side of
Santa Fe avenue, from the city limits to
and across First street, south of the
Santa Ke railway, was granted.
Tiie board re-elected the old county
board of education, conßfsting of J. H.
Strino and 0. L. Ennis for one year and
James A. Foehay and F. A. Molyneaux
for two years.
Dr. 0. C. Haldy's resignation as county
stock inspector was accepted, to take ef
fect July Ist.
The county auditor was granted one
additional deputy for the month of June.
HE WENT TO SLEEP
Aud He Selected the Railr.ind Track as a
Place of Repose.
A horrible occurrence took place on
the Southern Pacific railroad early yeß
terday morning. Jesus Duarte, while in
a state of intoxication, lay down on the
switch at the back of the Union Ice
company's works, on First and Ala
His limbs were across the rails, and a
switch engine passing along the track
.passed over both legs, horribly mangling
The man wbb removed to the receiving
hospital, where Drs MacGowan, Bryant
and Gasher amputated both legs below
Duarte bore the operation well, and
Whilo it is over thirty years mo since All
cock'h Poaous Plastkrs were first Introduced
' to the medical profession aud public, the
msrke.l success and unprecedented popularity
which they met with not only continues, but
steadily increases. No other plasters have been
produced which gain ko many testimonials ol
nigh value as thoe continuously accorded to
ALLCOCK'S Poaous I'LiSTSRS, and the only mo
tive for these exceptional tributes lie] lv the
fact oi their bclug a medicinal aud pharma
ceutical preparation of superior value Addi
tion 1 proof of the true value of Ali.cock's
Porous Planters lies in the fact that they are
being largely Imitated by un«crupulou« per
sons, who sees to deceive ihe public by offering
plasters which they claim to be the "same,"
"equal," - as good," "better," ' best porous
plaster," etu , while it is in general appearance
only that they resemble allcocr's. every one
of the .ocalled porous plasters arc imltalionsof
ALLCOCK'a Porous Plastf.ss.
avoid dea.ers who Attempt to palm off infe
rlor and worthless plasteis tbat are purchased
by them at low rates for the purpose of subitl
WEBSTER BROUGHT TO BOOK.
I A Lively Session of the Bering
• The President of the Tribunal Re-
I bukes a British Lawyer.
A Bomb Exploded In Front of the Resi
dence or a Spanish Statesman
By the Atseclated Press
[ Paris, Juno 20.—Upon the reeump
i tion of the sitting of the Bering sea
tribunal of arbitration today, Sir Rieh
-1 ard Webster, counsel for Great Britain,
. continued his argument in support of
the British case. The proceedings were
temporarily enlivened by the interven
tion of Baron de Courcel, president of
the tribunal, who took exception to a
etatement by Sir Richard, and who
took opportunity to instruct Sir Richard
that tbe tribunal knew its duties and
powers and could not allow him to make
statements leading to the inference that
Great Britain would not abide by the
decision of the tribunal.
Sir Richard devoted part of his speech
to a reindictment of the management,
or mismanagement, of the Pribyloff
islands, both by the local United States
authorities and agents of the Alaska
Commercial company, prior to 1889.
These persons had, for obvious reasons,
Sir Richard declared, concealed the real
state of affairs from the authorities at
In the course of his remarks Sir Rich
ard maintained that both Great Britain
and the United States were under moral
obligations to sanction by legislation
whatever regulations as to the seal fish
eries the tribunal might adopt, but he
added this obligation was not legally
When Sir Richard made his state
ment, Baron de Courcel interrupted
him before he could proceed further,
and in a sharp tone said to him: "I can
not allow you to say that before us. We
are conducting the sessions of the busi
ness. Neither country that is
a party to this arbitration
can break its word and reject the award
made by this tribunal."
Sir Richard was a little taken back by
the sharpness of the president's tone,
and hastened to explain that a moral
obligation was as binding as a legal one.
In concluding, Sir Richard said it must
be left to each party to the arbitration
to take measures to enforce the regula
tions enacted by the tribunal.
Hon. C. H. Topper, Canadian minis
ter of marine and British agent, fol
lowed Sir Richard Webster. He read a
statement of facts regarding the seizure
by the United States of sealing vessels
on which both Great Britain nnd the
United States agreed it wae needless for
the arbitrators to render any decision.
DYNAMITING IN MADRID.
A Terrible Explosion in Front of an
Madrid, June 20. —A large dynamite
bomb was exploded at midnight a few
feet from the house of Canovaa del Ca- i
prilla, ex-premier. The explosion was 1
beard throughout the city. The imme- j
diate district was shaken aa by an .
earthquake. Three policemen ran to
the spot and found the dismembered
a man crawling down the street on his
hands and knees. When arrested he
refused to say wbat he knew of the ex
plosion, but complained tbat he was
severely wounded. One of his legs waa
broken, his scalp was torn, and hia face
covered with blood. He waa taken to
the police station and identified aa one
of three men who were seen standing
near Canovas' house just before the ex
plosion. Many houses in the neighbor
hood were badly damaged. Windows
were shattered and walls sprung, but
none of the occupants were injured.
The news of the explosion spread
throughout the city before 1 o'clock. All
the cabinet ministers and conspicuous
deputies called upon Conovaß at once to
congratulate him on his escape. It was
reported' at 12:30 tbat a man with a
petard under his coat was arrested near
the bank of Spain.
London, June 20.—A dispatch from
Madrid says a revolutionary outbreak ie
reported to have taken place in Barce
lona. Details are lacking.
Cases on Trial Yesterday-Mew Sulta
Which Were Filed.
In Judge Wade's court yesterday the
alimony proceedings of Mrs. E. V.
Benschutz vs. O. G. Benschutz came up,
and after testimony was taken the court
ordered Mr. Benschutz to pay his wife
$12 per week, beginning June sth and
continuing during the time of hia deser
tion of the plaintiff, and to cease when
the desertion ceaseß; aIBO to pay $50 at
In the case of the Ban Gabriel Valley
bank vs. H. Newmark, aa assignee,
Judge Wade yesterday gave judgment
for the plaintiff. The action was one to
quiet title to certain lots.
In the case of the Illinois Trust and
Savings bank vb. the Pacific Railway
company, Judge Van Dyke yesterday
granted Mrs. Mary E. Young permission
to cue Receiver Trask.
Judge McKinley yesterday granted a
divorce upon statutory grounds in the
suit of Farmer vs. Farmer.
The suit of the Ballona Harbor Im
provement company vs. the Southern
California Improvement company was
on trial before Judge Shaw yesterday.
The suit of Jacobi vs. Merrill was
tried before Judge Shaw yesterday and
submitted on briefs to be filed.
NEW SI ITS FILED.
Among the preliminary papers filed
yesterday in the county clerk's offlco
were the following:
D. W. Field, administrator of the es
tate of Geo. Gankrodger, va. Emil Gerj
lac.h. Foreclosure suit for $1,000.
John Viscovich va. J. W. Harria and
W. P. Ross. Suit for an injunctiou to
restrain tiie sale of certain goods until
tbe payment of $350, alleged to be due
Divorce suits have been commenced
by Emma L. Guerin vs. Peter Guerin,
and Belon Dostle vs. Frank Dostle.
Rncker nod Ills Daughter.
Victoria, B. C, June 20.— W. A.
Rucker, of Merced, Cal., arrived here
this evening. He says he is prepared to
establish the fact that his daughter ie
under 16 years of age. He was met by
bis daughter, who gave him a most cor
dial and affectionate greeting. She will
go home with him.
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langbtadter's, 814 West becond. 7**.
# P r ' Cl - W' ll Be Advanced
$105 PER LOT.
$25 DOWN, $10 tm MONTH, WITHOUT INTEREST.
204 S. SPRING ST.
" ' 'p. 0.
IT IS SUICIDE
For yon to think of buying your shoes elsewhere thnn at the undersigned's.
Finding it impossible to close out our entire Btock of fine Shoes at our
former low prices, and being determined to close them out if possible, we
have decided to lower our prices still further to figures so that it will pay
you to come and buy. We have no old shopworn or shoddy goods we want
to get rid of, but everything the latest style and best quality. Our Prince
Albert, Juliet and Blucher Oxfords must be seen to be appreciated. Now,
for example, notice the saving you make in a pair oi
SHOES! -2 if- SHOES'
Ladies' Rutton Shoeß ranging in prices from $1.25 to $5 former prices $2 to ■< i
Ladies' Turned Oxfords from $1 to f3.85 former prices $2 i<
Misßee' Shoes from $1.25 to $2 25 former prices $2 t< B
Infants' Shoes from 25,: to $1 50 former prices 75c to -
Men's Shoes from $1 75 to $5.50 former prices $2.00 to 7 t >i
Boys' Shoes and everything else in proportion.
Oome and examine our goods before buying elsewhere.
IVI DOHAIvD, IIOH. OL/ilii^.
(*m A MAHHOOoBoBED;^ 5 :
X talizer cures nil ncrvonaiit ss or diseases of 1 he general ivcN.: :•■•:
• n? WW <a suchtts: Lost JNnnliootl, Sleeplesi.suesia, Tired Ii
l\ ,V) I<T Pf tiiK. Paints in thn Bark, UchiUiy, Pimples, flr.lt.-
S dEV \£ nclie.Weiniiial Woal.iiossi,lSisliil.vKmissions.ini!
\ V teney, l»espondeue.y, Vttrleocole, Premstcrei
\r f V -f and' Constipation. Cures where all else fails. Iho dee' :
—■* b,n discovered tho active principle on which the vitality ot tun
BEFORE AND AFTER BKXCAL apparatus Jbdependent.
The reason whysulTerern are not cured by physicians and medicines Is because over no per ( ins
are troubled with s*ro«lstllli»,for which CUPIHKNE Ik the only known remedy to cure the V
plaint without an operation A written Onaranlee to refund the money If a permanent euro I
Sot effected by the use of six boxes, fl.oo tt box, six for (/5.00. Send for circular and testbuohl:t!:i.
Address I»AVOX, XKUIt I>K CO., P. O. Box 2070, Kan i'ranuuco, CaL JW Sale 0$
C. H. IfANI'K., Atrciit, 177 and 17il N. spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Gan a Woiid Be Beautiful
With a Sallow Complexion or a Rough
Skin? Certainly notl
THEN why not try a
I remedy that will
T make you beautiful?
V Tola Mmtez Cremo,
*f The SKIN FOOD and
\ff TISSf'E BUILDKK.
f£-\/r2~ V's^— 51 110 poison*, and rec
jmPyVi owmended by the
* ' Cc^r>3UM> -s beat physician*,
j <T S - " removes all
TrUAUklrouKhnais arid dry
i "lufta. fluessof theskin, pro
« tectliw lt Irom tha
sun and wind and keeping it soft and smooth.
Price 75 cents. Pot lasts three mouths.
Mrs. Harrison's FAOIt POWOKR.
It is very fine aud adheslv, cannot injnro
the most delicate skin, and I claim lt to he pos
itively Imperceptible to the closest scrutiny.
The pain ol freckled and sunburnt skin, so nn
noyli g 10 uiiiny ladles, can be avoided by the
■free use of 1.01.A MONTH./, and Ihls I'OW
OKIt. Three Shades-White, Flesh aud
lirnnette. Price, 80 cents.
MRS. HARRISON'S FAUX lII.KACR
Is not a cosmetic to hide defects, but a medical
wash that scientifically removes all Freckles,
Ten,Sunl>nrn,niaekhead«, Math Patches,
Mellowness aud all other silu b'eml-hes.
Price Itsl. All of Mrs. lUrrifou's numerous
prepara'ions for sale by ail druggists.
MRf. DORA JOHNSON,
Lady Agent for Los Angeles,
Ilalrdrosung nnd Msnicnring Parlors, Uooms
41-42 WllHon Block, Spring street.
For any special or complicated blemish of
the face and form, writo to Mlt J . NttTTIB
HARBISON, 20 Ueary street, Bnu FranrjftcO,
Cal, Superfluous hair permanently removed.
Here's Your Chance
One Echo mare, lv foal by MeKinney, 2:12.;.
One mare by Inca. In foal by McKitiuey, 2:27.
One mare by Romero, 2:10.
One mare by Dasbwood.
One mare by Clipsprlngor.
One two-year-old ffily by Oosslnor, 2:2!»'<.
One filly by Woolsey, a brother to Sunol,
Ono three-yoar old filly by Alcazar, 2:20, In
foal by McK*lnncy, 2: '1%.
One thoroughbred Btallion by Ruthirford, all
ready to race.
Al'osome colts and miles byMcKinney and
These maras aro all out of good dams and are
good individuals. These blooded animals Will
be sold heap, as I duslru to dispose of all my
stock exceptMcKtnnty and cotslner.
Thlss.ock can be seen any morning at
0-8 941 C. A. DUBFEE, Owner.
Notice of Award of Contract
OUR3UANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
1 resolution of award of the cits couucU, of
ihe city of fiOs Angeles, adopted June 12 1-93,
dlreettug tula uotice. notice is hereby given
that the said city council in open sesslo 1, nn
the sth day of June, 18!>;l, opened, examined,
and pub.lcly declared all sealed proposals or
bids offered for fie following work, to wit:
That a cement sidewalk six feet in width be
constructed along the nor.h side of said
Twenty- bird sLrest from the we t line of
Malustree' to the east line of Grand avenue
(exoeptlng such portions of said street between
Bald points alnug which a cement or asphalt
sidewaik has been constructed and accepted.)
said sidewalk to be constructed in sccordance
with specification!! on flic, in the oftlce of the
city clerk, said specifications being numbered
X wd vc
And thereafter, to-wi : On the 12lh day of
June, 1893, awarded the contract for sard work
to theluwest regular responsible bidder, tos-Wit:
To ( lark and Niemann, at the prices named for
said work In their proposal oa file, tnwlt; 11
cents per squsro mo*, Mid that, tne ssld award
has been approvid by the mayor.
Clark's office, Loa Angeles, Cal., Juno 17,
0. A, LUCK EN BACH,
City clerk of the city of Los Angeles.
Notice—Application for Liceime—
OTATE OK CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OFLOB
0 Angeles—as. I. T. H. Ward, clerk, of tho
Count, of Los Angeles ' a Iforui*, and ex
oflii.lo Olerk ol ihe Heard of Supervisors there
of, do hereby certify that, under the provislona
01 nn drdlufl nee entitled, ■■Ordlnana-) Imposing
licenses and fixing ratfs thereof in the Count/
of Los Ang'-les, State of California," pa«sed by
ssld bosrd March 4. 1898 the fol owiug appli
cation for license under Section 3 thereof, has
been filed wlih said board, snd ihnt the hear
ing of said application has by said board b;en
lis-ed fo. tho 30th day of June, 1893, at 11
o'eb ck a m., to-wlt:
riled, June 13, 1893; name, A. Alvemar
'Leon; location, Ban Fernando; btuiutas, sa
In witness whereof, I hive lioreun o set my
hand and 11 nixed my official seal this 19th day
of Jifie, 1893.
[UAL] T. H. WARD.
Cierk of Los Ang lm county, California, and
ex-otncio Clerk oi the Board of Supervisors
By W. 11. Whittsmorb, Deputy Clerk.6-207t
Notice to Creditors.
T7l STATE LF WEST LEY ROBERTS. n»-
X'j ceased. Notice Ii hereby given by tbe
uudeiAlgued adn iuistratrix, with tho will an
nexed, of Westley Huberts, deceased, to tho
creditors of, and al, persona having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit the same
with ihe necessary vouchers within en months
after the Hist publication of this notice to the
said administratrix, with tbe will ana zed, of
.aid deceased at Mie nltlces of her attorneys
Messrs. Wellborn a Hutton. rooms 88. and
BO Temple Bleak, in the etty of Los Angeles
county oi I,.as Angeles, California.
Dated this 17tli daycf June, A. D. 180*
MllB. MARY A. RviBKBTB,
Administratrix, with the will annex d. of
Westley Roberts deceased. tl IS 1 111
PERRY, MOTT & CO *
AND PLANING- MILLS.
819 Commercial atreet, Lot Angeles, CaL