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CALIFORNIA HORSES WIN FIVE RACES AT MORRIS PARK. ' ~™* Senator L. J. Rose Captures Two Raoes. Nomad Wina a Big Stake Race and Arnioa Also a Winner. The statement was made in yester day's Herald that the California horses would be heard from this month, and that many rich stakes would be cap tured by the horses from the Golden state. This prediction hit the nail on tbe head,as a glance at the results of the first day of the meeting at Westchester will chow. California horses captured every race on the programme] but the first one. This is a wonderful record. L. J. Rose broke the ice yeater day by capturing two races. Nomad won a valuable two-year-old stake race in excellent time, and Arnica finished first in the three-quarter mile race. The other California horsea who won were Maßterlode, Sir John and Rey Del Rey. Nomad, who captured the Harlem stake, promises to be one of the star two year-olds of the year. He gained his first victory yesterday, but he ran sec ond in the only two other races he started in. Nomad iB by Wild Idle, out of the dam of the celebrated Rinfax. and the Hbbald announced before the Rose string left Los Angeles that he was the best two-year-old in the string. AT MOBBIS PARK. New York, June I.— Morris park, greatly improved, was thrown open to the public today under favorable circum stances. The attendance waa 15000. All ages, five furlongs — Correction won, Fairview second, Civil Service, third; time, 1:01. Three-year-olds and upward, one mile and an eighth—Maaterlode won, Lintir guante, second,Cascua,third; time, 1:55. Harlem stakes, two-year-olds, five and one-half furlongs—Nonrnd won, Vesti bule, second, Guildeno, third; time, 1 :W 1 4. Maidens, all ages, one mile—Rey Del Rey won, Laurestan, second, Thornton, third ; time I:42J£. Schuyler stakes, all ages, one mile- Sir John won, Carroll, second, Ches apeake, third ; time, 1:4 1.... . Six furlon«f—Arnica won. Dr. Wilcox, second, Little B, third; time 1 tlfl l^. THE WEST END HACKS. Chicago, June 1. —Results: Three year-olds, five furlongs—Jay Jay won, Arkell second, Addie third; time, 1:03^. Three-year-olds and upward, one mile—Fayette won, Little Scissors sec ond, Sea Foam third ;'tinte, 1:45. Handicap, mile and a quarter —Laura Davidson won, Atticua second, Bank runt third ; time, 2:11. fbrte-year-olds and upward, mile and a sixteenth —Experience won, Buren second, Jack Murray third ; tim#, 1:61. All ages, six furlongs—Helter Skelter won, Souriere second, The Kaiser third. THE LATONIA BACKS. Latonia, June I.—Results: One mile and seventy yards—Happiness won, Es tella second, Redsignthird;time, 1:47' 4 . One mile—Mirabeau won, Brutus sec ond. Happy third ; time, 1 :4k 1 .,. Eight and a half furlongs—Rosamont won, Bertha second, Alanbane third; time. 1:52^. Mile and a quarter—lda Pickwick won, Mary C. second, Cantatrice third ; time, 2:14!^. Five furlongs—Gorman won, Hannah Moberly second, Fwbero third; time, 1 :07. PITTfIBUBQ'S COSTLY EBBOBS. Bbooklyn, June 1. —Pittsburg's errors were costly, and the bridegrooms won after an interesting battle. Brooklyn, 5; Pittsbure, 3. Batteriea: Daily and Hemming; Fields and Stratton. BIIINEH IS ALL BIGHT. Boston, June 1. —Rhines had the Bos tons at his mercy, while Nichols waa hit just enough for victory. Cincinnati, 5; Boston, 2.' Batteriea: Rhines and Harrington; Nicholß and Bennett. CHICAGO STILL WINS. Philadelphia, June 1. —While Chi cago bunched its hits the Phillies bunched their errors, giving the visitors the lead, which the home team could not overcome 1 . 1 »•'" Chicago, 6; Phillies, 3. Batteriea: Stein, Kittridge, Esper, Brown. THE GIANTS ARE COMING. New York, June 1. — By winning today's game the Giants jumped ftom . fifth 'to second place in the race. The game was sharply contested. New York, 3; Cleveland, 2. Batter iea : Rusie, Buckley: Young, Zimmer. BASEBALL BECORD. St. Louis, June 1. —St. Louis, 2; Ath letics, 6. Columbus, June I.—Boston game post poned; rain. Louisville, June 1. —Louisville, 5; Washington, 14. Minneapolis, June I.—Minneapolis, 7; St. Paul, 4. Lincoln, June 1. —Lincoln, 9; Den ver, 1. Milwaukee, June I.—Milwaukee, 11; Sioux City, 1. Kansas City, June I.—Omaha game postponed; rain. THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES. I I.os Angeles Athletes Distinguish Them selres at San Francisco. Los Angelea was well to the front at the annual championship' meeting ot the Pacific Coast Athletic association, which took place on Saturday at the Olympic grounds, San Francisco. A. S. Henderson, formerly of Lo% Angeles, ran second in the 100-yard champion ship race won by E. Mayes in 10 2-5 seconds. All things considered this is not a very much better performance than Gard's 100 yards in 10 4-5 seconds. Next year Gard will be speedy enough to tackle the best sprinters in the state. In the half mile run, J. D. Burks, of Los Angeles, ran second. This race was won in the very fast time of 2:03 3-5, therefore Cuck's performance was a very meritoriods one, especially as he fin ished in front of such a good half miler as Martin Espinosa. A. S. Henderson, who run his first race in this city, won the 220-yard race in 23'.j seconds, breaking the Pacific coast record of 23 3-5 ssconds. E.G. Van Dyke of Los Angeles tied C. R. Morse in the pole vault at 9 feet (J inches. It will therefore be seen that the few Los Angeles competitors worthily up held the prestige of this city.' THAT HACKING COUGH can be quiokly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee ft For sale by Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, or Trout, Sixth and Broadway. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Royal Baking Powder Is Superior to Every Other. It is a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure. ... I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons depend ent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the P ublic HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D. * Late Chemist/or U. S. Govt. CONDEMNED TO DEATH. A CHINESE DIPLOMAT'S UNHAPPY PREDICAMENT. He Was a High Roller in Paris, but His Emperor's Mandate Brought Him Home to Atone for his Misdeeds. Paris, June I.—Advices from Pekin state that Tcheng-Ki-Tong, formerly act ing secretary of the Chinese legation in London and thia city, haa been con demned to death. Thia is believed to be the outcome of the diplomat's action while in France. His life in this city waa marked with many forms of extravagance. Early thia year the London Times had a dispatch coming ostensibly from Li- Hung-Chang, prime minister of China, authorizing Tong to negotiate for the Chineae government a loan of £7,000,000. Tong opened negotiations with English and French banks, but was suddenly re called, and sailed for China, to the great sorrow of a large number of his cred itors, to whom he owed immense sums of money. In fact it was . generally believed that he had taken advantage of hia official position to swindle right and left. But the Chinese law ia far-reacljjng where the subjects of the emperor are concerned, and when Tcheng-Ki-Tong waa recalled, owing, no doubt, to reports of his conduct here reaching the Chineae authorities, there waa no course open to him but to obey the emporer's mandate. Had he not done so his family in China would have been held responsible for his acts and all his relatives would have been held to strict accountability for the deeds of theit. kinsman. Rather than bring this disaster upon his rela tives, Tcheng-Ki-Tong obeyed hie sover eign's command to return to hia native country. Immediately upon his arrival there he was placed under arrest. His trial shortly followed and death is the penalty for bis wrong doing. SANATORIA I. JOBBERS. !Walter, Welch and Broderiek Refuse to Answer Taylor's Allegations. San Fbancisco, June I.—This morn ing Thomas C. Maher, John T. Brod eriek and J. W. Welch, who at the last session of the legislature represented the Nineteenth, Twenty-sixth and Twenty eighth senatorial districts in the state senate, appeared at the office of Clement Bennett, a notary public, in pursuance to an order of examination issued out of Judge Wallace's court, in the case of George W. Faylor vs. W. O. Banks et al. Fay lor alleges in his complaint that these three senators with a number of others, who - sat in the last sen ate, owe him $6000 which he claims was earned while he acted as agent for the combination. Faylor al leges that the combination, the object of which was to pass bills through the senate, consisted of twenty-four mem bers. They acted through a committee of three, Maher, Welch and Broderiek— and whenever it had been arranged to pass a bill, thia committee notified the twenty-four, who voted aye or no as In structed. The three defendants in ques tion, today, declined to anawer a num ber of leading questions regarding the alleged combination. SOLEMNITIES FORGOTTEN. A Corner-Stone Laying Almost Turned Into a Lynching. St. Louib, June I.—An exciting scene occurred yesterday at the clobb of elabo rate ceremonies attendant upon the lay ing of the corner-stone of St. Englebert Catholic church. Joseph Stodgart, after a quarrel, shot and fatally wound ed Aloise Steiner. Immediately a great number of the four thousand people present began to shout: "Hang him! Bring a rope 1" In a moment the pray ing priests and the solemn occasion were forgotten; some one procured rope; Stodgart was secured; the rope placed around his neck, and in another moment he would have been hanged, to a lamp post, when two mounted policemen dashed up and rescued him. i Shipwrecked Chinese. _ San Francisco, June L—The barken tine Katie Flickinger arrived this morn ing from Chignik bay, Alaska, bringing news of the total wreck of the schooner Sadie F. Coller. The latter struck on a rock, and though the steamer Polar Bear got a line on board and attempted to tow the vessel in, she sank in the bay. The schooner left here about a month ago with a canning outfit for a cannery at Chignik bay. She had on board 200 Chinese who were rescued. The vessel and cargo are a total loss. The schooner was owned by Mitchell & Peterson of this city, and was valued at $16,000. The Katie Flickinger left all her provisions and made a quick run down, and will return immediately with provisions to the starving Chinese in the north. Dairymen Organize. San Fbancisco, June I.—A large num ber of dairymen from all parts of the state met in the Commercial hotel to day, and formed the Pacific Coast Dairy men's Protective union. D. P. Franklin of Cambria, San Luiß Obispo county, waa elected president. The purpose of the organization is to protect dairymen in the disposal of their produce. A committee of twenty-five was ap pointed to obtain subscriptions. A gen eral commission and produce, business, will be carried on in San Francisco, with* agencies in other cities. Stock will be distributed among the dairymen of the state, and the affairs oi the union will be managed by a board of fifteen stock holders, each of whom must own at least ten shares. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE % 1891. Francis F. Emery, boots and shoes, Boston, denies the runofbr that he has assigned. The would-be assassin of the czaro witch, in Japan, has been sentenced to penal servitude for life. The czarowitch, on Monday, opened the first portion of tbe trams-Siberian railroad, at Vladivostok. In the election at Paisley,Gunn (Glad stonian) received 4145 votes, against 2807 for his Conservative opponent. The French senate has adopted a bill substantially permitting the Paris mu tual system of betting on races. At New Orleans, the Hennessey jury bribers pleaded not guilty after a de murrer in their cases had been filed and overruled. At Chicago, five hundred lather? have struck for an increase of 20 per cent, in wages. All the big contracts in thy city are interrupted. The increase of the public debt of the United States, during May, amounted to $622,915.57. The total cash in the treasury is $697,077,366.97. The Pacific Coast Trotting Horse Breeders association has decided to claim for the date of their fall meeting, October sth to 17th, inclusive. At Milford, Va., a boiler in Jourdan's sawmill exploded; E. L."Hayes, John James and two negroes were killed, and several Other persons painfully injured. Moonlighters, Sunday night, fatally shot a farmer named Crawley, in county Donegal, Ireland. Crawley had run a farm from which a former tenant was evicted. In the lower house of the Prussian diet, Caprivi stated that the ministry had decided agaihst any reduction of the corn duties, as a general state of distress did not exist. Minister Price of Hayti Iras received a dispatch from Port-au-Prince, stating that the rebellion which broke out there recently has been suppressed, and forty rebels executed. Reports from various parts of Canada state that crops are suffering greatly from long-continued drouth. If rain does not come within a week, the conse quences will be serious. Trade statistics for Costa Rica for the last year show a remarkable change in imports, the United States now having a larger trade with Costa Rica than Eng land, France or Germany. The farmhouse of Valentine Beck, near Beaver City, Neb., was burned during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Beck, and their two children, a girl of 6 and a boy of 2 years, perished in the flames. The supreme court of New Mexico has rendered a decision in the suit of the heirs of David Mitchell and others, to recover five-sixths of the great Maxwell land grant. The decision is against the plaintiffs. Near Gainesville, Texas, in a duel be tween the sheriff and a cowboy named Coppe, more than twenty shots were fired. Coppe was killed, but he mortally wounded the sheriff, who died shortly afterwards. Incorporation papers have been filed at Columbus, 0., for the Consolidated Oatmeal company, with a capital stock of $3,500,000. AH the oatmeal mills of the country are thus brought under one management. The Santa Cruz common council has granted a franchise for an electric rail way to the Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and Capitola Electric Railway company. The work of construction is to begin within sixty days. The London Times, referring to the pope's encyclical on the social question, says : It is doubtful whether the ques tions are handled with success; yet it abounds in remarks that deserve atten tion, and it breathes throughout the spirit of Christian charity. At Mount Pleasant, Texas, A. P. Boyd, a local editor of the Titus county Times, was found dead with his throat cut. He was suspected of being the correspon dent of a scurrilous paper published in Kansas City, but it is not known that he was killed on that account. THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING. Work Commenced on the Unfinished Postoffice Yesterday. Work on the government building, corner of Winston and Fifth streets, was commenced yesterday. A number of men were engaged in cleaning off the roof, preparatory to putting on the ad ditional story. The bricklayers will be put to work next Monday, as it is in tended to push the contract. It is almost two years since any work has been done to the building and the passers by look on in astonishment. For tittle Itlrdie's Sake. During the molting season put a rusty nail in the canary bird's water, or provide it chopped yoke of egg. If the bird drops listlessly, get a tonic at the bird store. Keep the cage out of draughts, and in a light, airy room, cover the bot- Mm with fine gravel, have the water al ways fresh, and mix the canary seed with hemp and rape seed. If these pains aro taken, the bird will pull through in good voice..—New York Journal. Mrs. James A. Garfield is president of the Cleveland auxiliary of the American McAll association, and made the address of welcome at the recent national gath ering. Of the work she said, "All de nominations of Christians, all good peo ple, find here a field for united effort, and to each has come a great good in the lesson of tolerance and loving kindness." The New Bra, No. 6 Conrt street. Fine wines and liquors of all kinds. Ed Wenger, proprleton Horse blanket and buggy robes at Foy's sad dlery house, 315 N. Loa Angeles street. WIRE WAIFS. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Proceedings at the Meeting Held Last Night. All the members responded to roll-call at the board of education meeting last evening. The Alumni association of the High school requested the use of the High school auditorium for an entertainment on June 15th. The request was grant ed. A communication waa read from Mias Kelso to the effect that in the school libraries there were 4000 booka suitable for circulation, outside of those neces sary for reference at the Bchoola. If these books were placed in the public library, under the arrangements former ly suggested, it would give the school children access to 24,000 volumes. The details of the agreement were then out lined. The communication was referred to the library committee. A number of offers for the sale of property for school purposea were read and referred to the committee on school sites. The school superintendent reported 7291 children enrolled for the past month, and an average attendance of 6498. The finance committee reported that after the salaries of teachers were paid, amounting to $18,867, a balance of $1,266.97 would remain in the treasury. A large number of bills were read and ordered paid. The building committee reported amended plans for the raising of Breed street school, which were adopted. The clerk was instructed to advertise for bida to do the work. A. M. Friesner was elected city school superintendent, with A. E. Baker aa as sistant superintendent. The committee on rules and regula tions reported in favor of introducing regular gymnastic exercises into the public schools, and of accepting the offer made a few weeks ago by the Turn Verein Germania. Report received and recommendation adopted. The superintendent of buildings, A. A. Henry, and Assistant Superintendent George Mannon were re-elected. Robert Wankowaki waa re-elected clerk for the superintendent of schools. J l . T. Gaffey gave notice that at the nest meeting he would move an amend ment to rule 48 of the rules of the board of education. Adjourned. ' VHE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Large Body of Infusorial Earth at Redondo. The Hietorical Society of Southern California met last night in the old city hall, President George Butler Griffin in the chair. Prof. J. M. Guinn read a very inter esting paper written by Dr. Wm. F. Edgar on the history of Cantonment Loring, a military post in Utah in 1846. Dr. Edgar also presented a photograph of himself in pioneer dress, taken in 1851 on his return from an expedition against the Rogue River Indians. Prof. Ira More stated that one of the largest bodies in the world of infusorial earth had been discovered at Redondo beach, and that Misa Monks would pre pare a paper about it to be read before the society. General John Mansfield called atten tion to the fact that the development of the Temescal tin mines was a historical fact and worthy of particular record by the society in its forthcoming annual publication. The name of E. A. Forrester, member of the board of supervisors, was pre sented for active membership, aud laid over one month under the rules. J. M. Guinn reported that personally the board of aupervisora seem willing to give the society ample quarters in the new county courthouse, and had appointed a hearing for that purpose for next Thursday at 10 o'clock a.m. The publication committee was per emptorily instructed to immediately prepare the estimate of the annual pamphlet for 1891, and report next Monday evening, to which time the aociety adjourned. Prof. D. Morgeuatern, Chiropodist and Manicure, Late of New York. And Denver, Colorado, has taken rooms at Ham mam Baths, 230 South Main street, upstairs. Office hours from 9 to 4 p. m. Calls by appoint ment. Telephone, 374. If You Feel Dry — - —~ -- — — — — j Ring up the California Wine Company, tele phone 110, and order a dozen of Pabst s Blue Ribbon Beer, the best bottled beei in the mar ket, or leave orders at 222 S. Spring st. DIED. HANCOCK—In Columbus, Ohio, June 1,1891, Dr. John Hancock. "Quod ab Omnibus Quod Übique." 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