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CHOPPED OFF HIS HEAD. THAT IS WHAT LORD BACON DID TO WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Or at Any Rate Dr. Owen Finds Record of Soch a Tragedy In the Cipher Part of the Bard of Avon's IMays —A Sensa tion in Literature. Dr. O. W. Owen, of Detroit, Is abont to startle the literary world by publishing a cipher which proves to him that not only was Shakespeare a l>abbliiii; actor who could not write a line, but that he was an ignorant tool in the hands of Bacon, who was compelled Anally to murder him.cnt off his head and bury it by itself at a certain crossroads, because William tried to ex tort money from him upon a threat that he would expose the anthorship of the plays to tbe queen. This shattering of the shrine at which Shakespearian studeftts have worshiped for two centuries may be considered a sort of literary earthquake. For four years, day and night. Dr. Owen has been study ing the Bacon cipher. He secured every scrap of Baconian literature procurable, until his library resembles the side of a second hand book store. There are valua ble old documents from London, transla tions and originals of Bacon's five great works, and editions after editions of the twenty-six plays and stories attributed to his "poor stool pigeon," as the doctor styles the great English dramatist. Hour after hour has Owen pored over these pages, first getting a clew that there was a cipher, and then content to do noth ing save delve and dig, bound, as he says, that "Bacon should not beat him and for- I DR. O. W. OWEN. ever keep his puzzling cipher unsolved." The cipher will not be like Donnelly's, so complicated and intricate that no one save a skilled mathematician may understand. There will, in fact, be much amazement, according to the discoverer, that it has not been solved sooner, so plain and simple is it. In his library he has the Bacon-Shake speare pages pasted upou an immense sheet of muslin, which winds and unwinds like a panorama, and along this big roll be searches for his words and reads between the lines. The discovery represents four years' constant, industrious, ceaseless study. The cipher has told Dr. Owen ex actly where Shakespeare's severed head may be found, and as soon as he gets his work ready for publication he will go to England and dig for it. He is so confident of the absolute correctness of his conclu- sions that he will rest their success upon this test. Dr. Owen claims to have found twenty seven complete narratives in the plays, one being Bacon's defense against the charges of taking bribes while lord chancellor. According to this cipher story Lady Bacon was unfaithful to her marriage vows, and one of her lovers took the bribes with her connivance and cast suspicion upon Bacon, who declined to defend himself because his explanation would involve tbe revelation of his wife's dishonor. The history of Christ, told in majestic verse, forms an other of the secret narratives, and a com plete history of the Spanish Armada runs through "Love's Labor's Lost," "King John," "Comedy of Errors," "Othello," "The Tempest" and "The Merchant of Venice." Elizabeth, the virgin queen of England, has her reputation sadly tarnished, for the cipher discloses that she was the mother of two children. But the most thrilling narrative is that relating to the murder and decapitation of poor Shake speare. The player was insolent in his de mands, and in the heat of passion Bacon drew his sword aud killed him. Before the blood was washed from his hands a gentleman appeared and asked what he had done. "Killed a dog," was Bacon's reply. Various secrets of the court of Elizabeth are revealed by this wonderful cipher, in cluding the true inwardness of the trial and execution of Mary Queen of Scots. A history of old York rite Masonry, the story of the Prodigal Son, and the miracles of the New Testament are also unfolded in deeply interesting language. In one part Bacon seeks to extort a fearful oath from the discoverer of the cipher not to reveal it while he is living, and so save him from an ignominious death. Dr. Owen is yet a comparatively youDg man, and he has every indication of being a student. His features are pointed, sharp, hewn, and his restless gray eye never winks twice in the same spot. He was born at Marine City, Mich., Jan. 1, 1854. He re ceived his education in the Michigan uni versity at Ann Arbor, and studied medi cine at Detroit. He has a wide practice and a fashionable one, which has enabled him to buy all the books he needed to work ont his pet idea. He lives in quiet elegance and has an interesting family. His cipher will be made public just as soon as be can get it ready for the press. A New Engine of Destruction. A recent trial of the Sims-Edison torpedo in France showed special advantages over similar inventions. It is more rapid, sim pler in construction aud by tbe add of elec tricity is under complete control. The tor pedo, which is cigar shaped and made of copper, is divided into four compartments, containing the explosive charge, the elec tric motor, the steering gear and the elec tric cable connected with the apparatus on land. It moves six feet under water, but its course is traced by afloat carrying flags by day and electric lights by night. It runs at the rate of twenty-two knots an hour, and can be sent in any direction, and its course changed wfth perfect ease from the shore. The Production of Cat Mica. According to a census bulletin recently issued the production of cut mica in the United States during 1889 was rather mea ger. It amounted to 49,500 pounds, valued at $50,000. The greatest output during the last decade was in 1884, when 147,410 pounds were disposed of for $308,535. Mica is now mined only in the states of New Hamp ahir", North Carolina, Virginia and South Dakota. Confirmed. The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fig« a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experi ence of all who have used it. and the success of the proprietors and manufacturers, the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. Anheuser- Buscii On draught at Charles Bauer's, the place where this celebrated beer can always be obtaiued at 5c a glass PASADENA. The children's day exercises were held yesterday at the Methodist, Universalist and North Congregational churches. Large congregations were present and the decorations were elaborate. Company B's annual shoot comes off tomorrow at the arroyo range. A 'bus will leave Colorado Btreet every hour, and will convey passengers to the range for 10 cents the round trip. Lunch will be'served and special accommodations provided for ladies. Company B will hold a regular weekly drill tonight. The Terminal road carried a big picnic party to Sycamore Grove yesterday. The Carlton guests returned yesterday evening from a short and enjoyable trip to Camp Wilson. The visitors were not quite as numer ous as usual yesterday, owing to the fog which hung on until afternoon. The tennis club will give an invita tion tournament some time soon. Miss Rachel L. McKellar, a native of New Zealand, died of consumption yes terday in this city, aged 20 years. A lot of fireworks were set off Satur day night on Mt. Wilson, forming a pretty sight from the valley. A special meeting of the Orient will be held next Thursday evening. The water companies have decided to proceed without further delay on the work of further developing the local water supply. MARINE NEWS. Sun Pedro, June 14,1891. ARRIVED. June 14.—Steamer Pomona, "/Hall, from San Francisco, 45 passengers and 154 tons mer chandise to S. P. Co. SAILED. June 14.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, to San Diego, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. S. S. Co. DUE TO ARRIVE. June 16.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, from San Diego, passengers and merchandise, to 8. P. Co. June 16.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leiand. from San Francisco and way, passengers and merchan dise to 8. P. Co. June 17.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leiand, trom Newport, passengers and merchandise, to S.P. Co. June 18.—Steamer Corona, Alexander, from San Francisco, passengers and merchandise to S P. Co. DUE TO SAIL. June 16 —Steamer Pomona, Hall, to San Fran cisco, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. S. S. Co June 16. —Steamer Coos Bay, Leiand, to New port, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. S. 8. Co. 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Buckley 83 50 SI.OOO 00 Henry Schwartz 20 50 1,000 00 Alfred Todhunter 101 5 100 00 Alfred Todhunter 128 in 200 00 Alfred Todhunter 128 5 100 00 JohnP.Moran 11 20 400 00 JohnP.Moran 15 30 000 00 JohnP.Moran 84 19 380 00 John P. Moran 94 25 500 00 JohnP.Moran 95 5 100 00 JohnP.Moran 110 50 1,000 00 JohnP.Moran 117 SO 1,000 00 H. C. Witmer 90 100 2,000 00 H. C. Witmer 97 50 1,000 00 Mrs.ElizabethM.Ketoh am 119 25 500 00 A nd in accordance with the law and an order of the board;of directors of the California Sewer Pipe Company, made at a meeting thereof held 011 the 10th day of Apiil, 1891, so many -hare of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will be sold, at the office of said company, No. 248 Soulh Broadway, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California, on Monday, the Bth day of June 1891, at 10 o'clock a. in , to pay such delinquent assess ments thereon, together with costs of advertis ing and expenses of sale. May 21, 1891. 8. H. MOTT, Secretary of the California Sewer Pipe Com pany, No. 248 South Broadway, city of l.os Angeles, county of Los Augeles, State of Cali fornia. Notice is hereby given: Thnt by an order of the Board of Directors of the California Sewer Pipe Company passed at a meeting thereof held on Monday, the Sth day of June, 1891, and duly entered in the minutes of said meeting, the time for the sale of the stock mentioned in the foregoing notice was extended to Saturday, the 20th day of June, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time said sale will be made, at th* place mentioned in the foregoing notice of sale. Dated June 8. IH9I. S. H MOTT, Secretary of the Caltforntt) Sewer Pipe Com pany, No. 248 South Broadway, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia. 6-9 td NOTICE OF SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON the 18th day of June, 1891, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, Secmour & Johnson Com pany la corporation) will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the office and salesroom of Matlock it Reed, No. 150 South Broadway, corner of Second street, fn the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California, one certain certificate of stock num bered 501, issued by the Ventura Oil Company, a corporation, representing five hundred shares of the capital stock of said Ventura Oil Com pany, each share of the par value of five dollars, the above descrii ed stock having been pledged to said Seymour & Johnson Company to secure tbe payment of an account of K. a. Peebles amounting to seventy-one and 02-100 dollars, due and payable on tho first day of October, 1890, with a credit on the same of a payment of five dollars made on the seven teenth day of March. 1891, and also for the cash paid on certain assessments on said stock of dates and payments as follows, to wit: On the thiitleth day of October, 1890, 25 dollars. On the tenth day of December, 1890, 12% dollars. On the tenth day of February, 3 891, 25 dollars. On the thirteenth day of April, 1891, 50 dollars. Said stock will be sold at said time and plnce to realize the amount due for which said stock is liable and pledged, and the cost of advertis ing and sale, or such largest amount thereof that said sale to the highest bidder will realize. SEYMOUR & JOHNSON COMPANY, 6-5 td Pledgee. No. 15.416. Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will, Etc. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CALl fornia, County of Los Angeles—ss. In the matter of the estate of Henry Louis, *li'('t'KSU*l Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 16th day of June. I«i91, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the courtroom of this court, department two thereof, in the City of Ix>s Angeles, County of Los Angeles, and State of California, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing the application of C. F. A. Last and Bamuel Prager. praying that a document now on file in this court, purporting to be the last will and testa ment of the said deceased, be admitted to probate, that letters testamentary be issued thereon to C. F. A. Last and Samuel Prager, at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same Dtted June Ist, 1891. T. H. WARD, County Clerk. By F. E. Lowry, Deputy. Thos. B. Brown, Attorney for Petitioners. 6-2 15t ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Los Angeles & Pacific Railway company; lo cation of principal place of business, Los An geles city, California, Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held on the 16th day of May, 1891, an assessment of five dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock Issued of the corporation, payable immediately to the secretary at his office in 8. W. Lvi tweiler's building, on the northeast corner of Requena and Los Angeles streets, Los Angeles, Califor -11 AH stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 20th day of June, 1891, shall become delinquent on that day, and all stock upon which said delinquent assessment shall not be paid on or before the 10th day of July, 1891, shall be 011 that day sold (or so much thereof as necessary) for the purpose of collecting the delinquent assessment, together wlthcostof advertising and expenses cf sale. By order of the board of directors. 5-19-td E - Frantz, Secretury. BONDS FOR SALE. TN PURSUANCE TO A RESOLUTION 1 passed by the directors of the Perris Irriga tion district, at its June meeting, notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be re ceived by said board at their ofhee in Perris, San Diego county, Cal.. up to 10 o'clock a.m., July 7,1891, for the purchase of its bonds to the amount of one hundred thousand dollars. For further Information address or call on H. A Plimpton, Secretary, Perris, Cal, or J. W. Nance. Palace Hotel, San Francisco. By order of the Board of Directors Perris Irrigation District. s HA. PLIMPTON, Secretary. Perrll, Cal , June 8, 1891. 6-5 20t • • • • iACt <* Unquestionably the Most Elegant Resort on the Coast. House supplied with every convenience knowif to modern hotels. Beautiful ball room! Pas senger elevators! 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