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FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH
ER; NEARLY STATIONARY TEfl-
PERATURE; WESTERLY WINDS.
VOL. XLI. NO 49.
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LOS ANGELES; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1893.
BLAMED ON CHAUVINISTS.
An Infernal Machine Sent
to the Kaiser.
It Was Similar to the One
Sent to Caprivi.
The French Government Will Help
to Ferret Out the Sender.
Dynamiting Episodes Discussed ta th*
British Commons-The French
and Italian Orlsee—General
By tbe Associated Press.
Berlin, Nov. 28.— It now appears tbat
Emperor William, last Sunday received
an infernal machine from Orleans, simi
lar to tbe one sent to Caprivi. It was
accompanied by a letter. Both were
delivered at the emperor's civil cabinet,
where its nature waa discovered and it
was rendered harmless.
Tbe letter which accompanied the
infernal machine sent to Caprivi, read:
"1 bave the honor to forward you sam
ples of an astonishing kind of radish
seed, usually sown in December and
gathered in February. This kind is not
affected by frost. Receive, sir, the
assurance of my perfect consideration,
(Signed) "G. Dochanteibs,
"17 Rue Bontlong, Orleans."
Tbe letter sent to Emperor William
with tbe infernal machine bad the same
contents as the one addreseed to Ca
privi. Tbe supposition that the sending
of the two infernal machines was tbe
work of a crank is now abandoned, and
it is believed tbe attempts upon tbe life
of tbe emperor and the chancellor were
due to Chauvinists, disappointed at the
elo'V work of the Franco Russian en
tente, and who decided to take revenge
in their own hands.
The machine sent to tbe emperor waß
contained in a wooden box similar to
those used for dominos. At one end of
the box, near the bottom, was fixed a
brass case filled with nitro-glycerine.
The explosive was concealed thiough an
aperture in tbe bottom, with an ordi
nary percussion cap. The box was filled
in with loose gunpowder. As tbe ap
pearance of the box excited suspicion it
was hatided over to the chief of police
who bad it opened by a gunsmith.
The emperor has not yet been in
formed of the receipt of either infernal
machine. Tbe French government has
promised the utmost asaiataiice in trac
ing.the author of the attempted out
rage, who is as yet utterly unknown.
DynHmlttng Episodes and OtherForelgn
London, Nov. 28. —Giadatone, in the
commons today, said the government
bad no information regarding any pro
ceedings on the part of Russia to ac
quire a naval station in the Mediterra
Home Secretary Asquitb, replying to
a question, Baid no doubt an attempt
bad been made to cause a dynamite ex
plosion in Dublin, but be was unable to
say whether there waa any connection
between tbe murdered man Used, yes
terday evening, and the dynamite plot,
aB tbe police of Dublin thought it inad
visable to make further statements upon
the subject at present.
Sydney Buxton, parliamentary secre
tary of tbe colonial office, said Lord
Aberdeen, governor-general of Canada,
telegraphed that tbe attempt to blow up
the Nelson monument in Montreal was
the freak of three excitable lads, and
that tbe outrage was a subject of dis
approval on the part of the entire
French and English press of Canada.
Henry Asquith, home secretary, ques
tioned with regard to prohibiting an
archists from ueing Trafalgar square as
a meeting place, said he was convinced
that tbe purposes of this group were un
lawful, but bis decision bad nothing to
do with the Trafalgar square meeting
which would bave been unlawful any
THE ITALIAN CRISIS.
Zanardelli Undertake* the Taak to Form
a Nww Cabinet,
Rome, Nov. 28. —The king summoned
Zanardelli this afternoon to form a
Tbe king, in announcing tbe accept
ance of the resignation of tbe Giolitti
cabinet, accompanied it with tbe an
nouncement that Zanardelli had under
taken to form a new one.
Signor Zanardelli conferred today
with several statesmen with regard to
the formation of a cabinet. He himself
will probably take the interior portfolio
in addition to the premiership. It is
expected that two or three day I will
elapße before the completion of the min
Tbe Italia says that Signor Crispi will
be chosen president of tbe chamber of
THE FRENCH CRISIS.
Carnot Can Get No One to Form a New
Paris, Nov. 28.—President Carnot
summoned Raynal, leader ot ihe Mod
erate party, to form a party.
Raynal declined to undertake the
task and suggested Casimir Perier,
whom the president summoned.
On receiving M. Carnot'a Bummoni,
M. Caeimir Perier proceeded to the
president's residence. So uncompromis
ing was he in his objections to accepting
the premiership that President Carnot
did not press him further, and the con
ference waß confined to a discussion of
Later in the evening President Carnot
held consultations with M. Develle aud
M. Dupuy, nud will probably aeeM.Oal
lieriea or M. Spnller tomorrow. The
situation is unchanged.
Conn band instruments. Agency at
Fitzgerald's.rnr.Sprinu and Franklin sts.
STILL A MYSTERY.
The Fate of Dr. Merrlam and Kiss
Yeargln Not Yet D*tormtn*rt.
Spring kield, Mass., Nov. 28. — A
special from Ithaca, N. V,, to the Union
says: Much excitement haa been caused
over the report that Dr. L. S. Merriaia
and Miss Mary L. Yeargin, supposed to
have been drowned in Lake Cayuga,
November 18th, were in New York city,
and that the doctor had written a friend
in Ithica last Friday informing him of
bis whereabouts. The report is said to
have been started by a letter carrier who
delivered the letter to the owner. The
letter carrier firmly denies the story.
Every day Bince the two young people
disappeared tbe lake haa been dragged
by competent boatmen. The finding of
the doctor's overcoat has created com
ment. The coat, together with Mieß
Yeargin's gloves, were found on tbe
bank of the lake quite dry. The boat
was near by, partly filled with water.
There are some that are inclined to be
lieve the story tbat Dr. Merriam and
Mies Yeargin are still alive, and more
important disclosures are looked for.
WANT THEIR OLD WAGEB.
Vice-President Steveusoti's Miners Go
on a Strike.
Bloomington, 111., Nov. 28.—Fifty
men and boys employed by tbe McLean
County Coal company, of which Vice-
President Stevenson is president, struck
on account of a reduction of cents
per day in wages. The company claima
the reduction is neceaaary on account of
the bard times and recent fire losses.
Tbe strikers waited on Vice-President
Stevenson but were unable to obtain an
audience. Tbey will attempt to see
him tomorrow. He leaves for Wash
ALL PARTIES SATISFIED.
A SENSATIONAL SUIT SETTLED
OUT OF COURT.
Mr. Beaton's Claim on the Estate of
the Late Squire Baird — Mrs.
Langtry Jubilant Over tho
London, Nov. 28. —In court today the
expected sensational suit of Seaton ver
sus the estate of the late Abingdon
Baird, tbe well known English sporting
man, waa called for a bearing. Seaton,
a well known frequenter of races,
broughteuit against tbe estate to recover
the sum ot $75,000, which is aaid lo be
tbe unpaid baler.ee of a consideration of
$175,000 which Baird promised to pay
plaintiff for quietly recovering bank
notee to the amount of $250,000 alleged
to hay« been stolen from Baird by "a
lady" wPhwhom "the squire" had rela
tions. As soon as the j jry W2B sworn in
a conference between counsel was had,
and later Sir Henry James aunounced
that an arraugement waa made satisfac
tory to both parties. The proceedings
then closed. Among those noticed in
the vicinity during the conference be
tween counsel was Mrs. Langtry. The
Westminster Gazette adds that from the
jubilation with which Mrs. Langtry
received the news of the settlement, it
may be presumed tbe terma were not
unsatisfactory to her.
The Governor Roast* the Supreme Court
In h State Document.
Charleston, S. C, Nov. 28. —Goqernor
Tillman's message treatß of railroad tax
ation and the dispensary law. Tbe gov
ernor "roaßte" the supreme court for
using such expressions as "the tail
wags tbe dog," "judicial inßolvence,"
etc. Referring to railroad litigation the
governor save: "The unlucky marriage
between tbe dignity of tbe federal court
and these corporations must be annulled,
and the owners of bonds be made to un
derstand thet there is a point beyond
which the patience of the state will not
permit them to go."
The governor expresses wonder that
the dispensary act lias stood the test of
tbe tempest of litigation which it
El-Frcmler Moreler Apppara In Behalf
of Hia Son.
Montreal, Nov. 28.—The three young
French Canadians who conspired to
blow up the Nelson monument were
arraigned in the police court thia after
noon. Ex-Premier Mercer and other
leading lawyera acted as their counsel.
The prisoners entered a plea of not
guilty. Mercier, who appeared for hia
son, obtained a postponement of tbe
trial till Saturday. It is reported that
tbe leading witness against tbe conspi
rators baa been induced to leave tbe
A Firebug's Work.
Wabuska, Nev., Nov. 28.—Fire at 5
o'clock yesterday morning destroyed 13
buildings at Greenfield, Mason valley,
all occupied aa residences, Btores or
hotels. The loss is over $30,000; little
ineurance. It ia supposed to bave been
of incendiary origin. A strong wind and
short water supply made futile all efforte
to control it. C. A. Knox dropped dead
Tho Pope Froaldcd.
Rome, Nov. £B.—The pope today pre
sided at a meeting of tiie congregation
of rites, which is discussing the ap
proaching beatifications including those
of the venerable John Davilla and
A Berth Tor His Batt-la-Lanr.
Washington, Nov. 2S. —Secretary Her
bert has appointed as chief clerk of the
navy department his son-in-law, Mr.
Benjamin Micon of Anniston, Ala.
A line of fine cut glass bottles and
manicure sets just received at Little
boy's pharmacy. Call and see t«3ui,
311 SonUi Spring street.
Fine work and stylish shapes. Take
feit and straw hats to Thurston's straw
works, 204 S. Main Bt,. oatjoeite Third.
READY FOR THE EVINCE.
A Jury to Try Chris Evans
The Trial of the Bandit Will
Now Go On.
Six of the Defendant's Tow-Headed
Offspring in Court.
Sensational Trial of Opium Smugglers
ut Portland—Movements of the
Paellic Coast Storm—Oth
er Const News.
By the Associated Press.
Fresno, Cal., Nov. 28.—The work of
securing a jury to try Cbria Evans waa
finished thia afternoon. Twenty tales
men were examined during the day and
the four needed jurymen secured. The
jury ia considered an exceptionally fine
one. After tbe examination of tbe first
taleamnn this morning, two of I.vans'
children came into the court room and
ran up to him and kissed him, then one
took a aeat on tbe mother's lap and tbe
other pulled a chair up and sat down
beside ber father. At the afternoon
session four more of Evanß' tow-headed
offspring appeared in the court room
and took places near their father. The
opening statement for the people was
made by W. D. Tupper, associate coun
sel. He first described tbe fight at
Voting's cabin, stating tbat tbe officers,
among whom was Vie Wilson, for whose
murder Evans ia being tried, were com
ing down tbe trail. They did not sus
pect tbey were in danger of an attack
and were totally unprepared. After
telling how Evans and Sontag began the
hostilities that resulted in the murder
of Wilson and Andy McGinnis, Attor
ney Tupper described the train robbery
at Collie by Evans and Sontag and tbe
murder by the Bame persons of Oscar
Beaver at Viealia. Having established
the connection of the defendant with
these crimes, the speaker claimed the
officers were in pursuit of their duty
when ambushed and fonlly murdered
by the deiendant and hie partner, John
Sontag. The taking of testimony will
begin in tbe morning.
A WILLING WITNESS.
Seueatlonal Testimony ln the Smuggling
Can* at Portland.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 28. —In the
smuggling case, the principal witness
called by the government thia afternoon,
was Nathan Blum, a stockholder in tbe
Merchants' Steamship company. Blum
yesterday pleaded guilty to smuggling
opium, and it is understood that tbe
prosecution is relying on bis testimony
principally to secure a conviction of the
others. Blum proved to be a very will
ing witness and gave his testimony in a
bravado manner. He testified tbat from
March, 1892, to March, 1893, his com
pany smuggled from seven to nine tone
of opium into this port, Valued at about
$200,000. He went into details, showing
that while his company wbb ostensibly
doing a wholesale grocery and shipping
business, their main source of revenue
wee from smuggling opium, which was
disposed of in tbia city and San Fran
Blum, W. B. Jacklingand Major John
Wilson, of Victoria, B. C, it appears
from the testimony, bought all tbe
opium in Victoria and Vancouver, B. C,
and they put it aboard Bteamers for this
port. The drug was usually shipped in
barrels, and when tbe steamer reached
the Columbia river, a few miles from
the city, the opium was thrown over
board and picked up by men in email
boats, who bad been sent to await tbe
THE STORM MOVEMENT.
Showery Weather Probable ln Southern
San Francisco, Nov. 28. —The prevail
ing storm haa been forced on to tbe
ocean off the Washington coaßt, where
easterly galea are prevailing tonight.
The preaßure continues to increaae over
Northern California, the beavieat pres
sure being at San Francisco. There ie a
tendency for tbe preEßure to decrease
over Southern California, which latter
will probably allovi showera Tuesday
nigbt and Wednesday morning over tbe
southern portion of California. Winds
continue southerly over California and
Nevada, fresh in force. The conditions
are favorable for fair weather over Cali
fornia tomorrow and Thursday, except
preceded by occasional showers along
the coast and in tbe southern portion oi
AN OLD SINNER.
W. M. Leary Couvlctsd of Murder ln tho
Salinas, Cal., Nov. 28.—The trial of
W. Leary for killing M. Bonetti of Cas
troville was on before Judge Born last
weok. The jury nfter being out about
five hours brought in a verdict of guilty
of .murder in the first degree, without
any recommendations for mercy. Leary
is about 75 years old, and has a very bad
reputation. Judge Dorn will pass sen
tence on Monday.
Claude Hill Gets a New Trial.
San Francisco, N.ov. 28.—Claude L.
Hill was convicted in Los Angeles of
the crime of embezzlement and sen
tenced to three years' imprisonment in
Folsom. The case was appealed to the
Bupreme court and today that tribunal
reversed the order of the lower court
and ordered a new trial.
A San Bernardino Wedding.
San Bernardino, Nor. 28 —A 1; noon
today the wedding of Lieutenant-Gov
ernor Joseph 13. (iill of Illinois and Miss
Pearl Hall occurred at the residence of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hull,
of this city.
All desiring a correct tit and first-class
work in merchant tailoring call on H.
A. Getz. 112 VV. Third st.
Tlie Crulier Olympla's Third Unsuccess
ful Trial Trip.
Santa Barbara, Nov. 28.—The
Olympia made her third unsuccessful
attempt to make an official trial trip in
the channel this morning. As yester
day, fog was the cause of the failure.
Early in the day tho sky waß clear in
all directions, and the cruiser got up
steam to go over the course. After
taking a 110-mile warming up spin down
the coast, she returned and, just as she
was about to cross the line a bank of fog
was encountered, shutting out tbe
beacons. The Olympia then came into
the harbor. Mr. Scott says that the
coal supply is about exhausted and sbo
will have to go to San Francisco to re
coal. He is much pleased with the
cruiser, and when the Olvrcpia returns
in 10 days ho says the puMic can look
for still greater speed than that already
attained. She will reach San Francisco
BARBERS GET FIRST ItLOOD..
The Sunday Closing Ltir in Kansas City
Partially Knocked Out.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 28.—The
barbers won the first victory in the fight
against Sunday closing. John Swauaon,
a Midland hotel barber, was arrested
last week for shaving a man on Sunday.
Today the jury brought in a verdict of
acquittal. The defense alleged tbat a
barber shop was a necessary part of a
hotel and should be open for business
Sunday. Today's decision will likely
result in a general opening next Sunday.
Saloons, meat markets and grocery
atorea bave all been made to observe tbe
WANAMAKER AT FAULT.
He Kinds That Hia Predecessor Erred
Greatly In Hia Calculations- A Big
Deliclt In the Postal
Washington, Nov. 28.—The postmas
ter-general's annual report shows that
the deficiency for the year ended June
30, 1893, was $5,177,171, instead of
$1,552,423, as estimated by Wanamaker.
Instead of a surplus there will be a de
ficit of $7,830,000 the current year. It
ie estimated the gross revenue for the
year ending June 30, 1895, will be $84,
--427,748; expenditures, $90,399,485. The
deficit will be decreased a million and a
quarter by the fund taken from the un
paid money order account.
There are 610 free delivery offices. The
extension of tbe free delivery in towns
of 900 to 4000 would require an addi
tional outlay of $10,000,000.
The report suggeats that postal notes
be abolished and the charge for money
Tbe requirements for the railway mail
service will call for an increase of 6000
to 7000 men. Tbe report recommends
an appropriation to provide for the
widows and orphans of railway mail
clerks killed on duty.
The department last year carried 301,
--000,000 pounds of second-class matter, au
increase of 14 per cent.
Tbe sale of Columbian postage stamps
is only $1,000,000, instead of $2,500,000
aB estimated by Wanamaaer.
The post master-general thinks no pos
itive advantages bave occurred Irom tbe
ocean mail subsidy, and therefore no
new contracts bave been entered into.
Ho recommends that 10 of the largest
post offices, including San Francisco,
which yield one-third of tbe total post
age revenue, be put in a class by them
selves, and appropriations made for
them by congress, without the interven
tion of the rules applicable to other
The world's fair post office receipts for
six months were $64,388, equal to the
postal business of a city of 80,000 inhab
The postal earnings of tbe Pacific rail
roads were $1,617,845.
BOILEO ( IIIN.HIPX.
A Gruesome Discovery by Chicago
Chicago, Nov. 2S).—The Health au
thorities were notified today that China
men were engaged in boiling human
bodies in a vat near Graceland ceme
tery. An investigation developed tbe
fact tbat there waa a large tank at the
place mentioned, with a fire place under
it, capable of tbe work indicated. It is
said when a Chinaman dies his country
men dump him into a vat, boil tbe body
until it reaches a certain consistency,
then ship it to China.
AN OPEN SWITCH.
Disastrous Collision of Freight Trains
on the Lake Shore Road.
Conneaut, 0., Nov. 28.—Early this
morning a Lake Shore freight train
backed on a siding. A freight train from
the east dashed through the open switch,
totally demolishing both engines and
ten cars. Engineer Games and Fireman
Kirke were instantly killed. The en
gineer and fireman were;eo badly injured
that they may die.
Fred brant. Banqueted.
New York, Nov. 28. —A banquet waa
given in honor of Col. Fred D. Grant,
late minister to Austria, by members of
U. S. Grant post, G. A. R. and the
Montauk club in Brooklyn, tonight.
There was also a reception at the rooms
of tbe post.
Keforiu In Rhode Island.
Providsncb, R. L, Nov. 28.—The peo
ple ot Rhode Island today, by an over
whelming majority, voted in fr.vor of a
constitutional amendment providing for
plurality instead of majority elections.
Congresmnau O'Neill's Funeral.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28.—The funeral
of Congressman Charles O'Neill was
held today. The services were of a simple
character, in accordance witiitho wi6bce
of the deceased.
mari school hysterics
CAUSED BY THE BEN TYLEIt
EPISODE, I.IKELY TO BRIMI A
NUMBER OF STUDENTS U.NDEU
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
GROVER HARD AT WORK.
A Three Hours' Session of
The Forthcoming Message Will
Be a Long One.
Republicans Preparing to Fight the '
New Tariff Bill.
Internal Revenue and Income i ax the
Features Not Vet Complete—Opt*,
tune on the Message— For
By the Associated Press.
Washington, Nov. 28.—The cabinet
meeting today waa a !ong one, lasting
about tHree hours. All the members,
except Secretary Smith, were present.
Tbe president's message waß the main
subject under discussion. The president
expects to have the message ready to
send in Monday noon. This afternoon
be waa preparing tbe portion relative to
the civil service, and sent for Commis
sioners Roosevelt and Lyman to discuss
the subject. The message is expected
to be a lengthy document.
THE NEW TARIFF SYSTEM.
The ways and means committee will
tomorrow devote attention to the inter
nal revenue Bchedule of the new tariff
system. Tomorrow Messrs. McMillin,
Bryan and members of tbe sub-commit
tee on internal revenue, will meet and
begin the formulation of tbe internal
revenue and income tax provisions. The
income tax schedule will involve con
siderable labor. It still appears tbat
the increase of the whisky tax, if any
be made, will not exceed 10 cents per
gallon, and the changes in tbe tobacco
schedule will be very slight. The whole
income tax question has been opened up
anew, and it is now possible tbat the
tax may be of such n character aa to
include all individual incomes of $500
per annum and over.
REPUBLICANS PREI'ABINO TO FIGHT.
The Republicans are already prepar
ing for a vigorous fight on the new tariff
bill. A circular letter is now being sent
by thousands, signed by Justice, Bate
man & Co. of Philadelphia, wool com
mission merchants, asking that certain
data be sent td J. C. Burrows, a Repub
lican member of tbe ways and means
committee, in regard to tbe wool ques
i The Detaowats are figuring that the
deficit caused by the new tariff bill will
not exceed $;>5,000,000.
BILL MORRISON SATISFIED.
William K. Morrison, chairman of tbe
interstate commerce commission, said
be did not like to talk on the Wilson
tariff bill. It had not yet been shown
where the money was coming from, and
tbat would be important in considering
"1 ought to be satisfied with tbe
woolen schedule," added Morrison," as
it was my bill which first placed wool
on the true hat, and I have been an ad
vocate of it ever since."
HARRISON REFUSES TO TALK.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 28.—Ex-Pres
ident Harrison was asked tonight for a
statement of opinion on tbe new Wilson
tariff bill, but declined positively, hav
ing as yet only cursorily examined it.
Being asked if it was as strong in its re
ductions as be bad anticipated, he ac
knowledged that it might bave been
Btronger, implying that the reductions
were not so great as he had anticipated.
HATTERS m? IN ARMS.
Orange, N. J., Nov. 2S.—The manu
facturing hatters say the new tariff
would force them out of the business.
Six weeka ago a committee of manufac
turers was before Ihe Wilson committee.
This afternoon they started for Wash
ington again, and will fight the passage
of the act in every way. They will
probably remain in Washington nntil
the bill has been disposed 01.
Paris, Nov. 2S. —The Kepnblique
Francaise (newspaper), commenting on
the new American tariff hill, says:
"The tariff innovations proposed by the
bill are admirably balanced. It is as
imprudent to isolate one's self as to de
liver native producers over to an over
whelming competition. A little bigger
reduction in woolen, cotton, leather and
silk goods would have been desirable,
but the reductions propoeed will be a
sensible improvement lor oar in
Tbe Journal dec, Debats hopes, thanks
to the energy and courage of which Mr.
Cleveland has given so many proofs,
that matters of public interest will now
receive attention aud the McKiuleyites
be finally dcieated.
London, Nov. 23.—The St. James Ga
zette admits thai the new tariff bill
shows signs tbat Cleveland ia prepared
to fulfill his promise, and that, there is
no question that it will prov? *. great
relief to trade. It adds: "Although in
the bill care is taken to leave the Amer
ican producer with the difference of
duty in his favor, full freedom ia given
only where no competition is feared.
It ia better than McKinlsy'a Chinese
wall, but will leave the foreign trading
with the United States at uo small dis
advantage. Still the bust we can aay
for it is that It is preierable to the pure
ly obstructive thing which it is designed
An Alleged Rntrotlial.
London, Nov. 28. —The correspondent
of the Standard in Faris aavs the report
of the betrothal of the Ozarewiteh of
Ktißsia snd tbe princess of Orleans is
current. It ia not true that Princess
Kalene is about to start for Egypt with
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