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VOL. XIX. DAILY HERALD. Published every morning, except Monday, by JOSEPH P. LYNCH. 'FARMS FOR DAILY HERALD: er annum, by nail or express. 110.00 x months, by roaU or express 6.00 ree months g.60 Ditimu ir Caajuias, rut Wit us, tSo. WEEKLY HERALD. PrJSLISBSD EVIBT SATURDAY MoMIINU TBRMS: Mn- ysar, by mall er express, one copy t*.OC Six months, by mall or express 1 71 rttre. months, by mail or express I OC ADVK KTI9 KM KNTS Insarted at reasonable rate* j- kinds of Job Work done to compete with nu Kranoisoo in prlos, stylo and elegsjico of - '.rkmaasalp. Humored settlement Dented. Shanghai, June 23.—The report that the difficulty between China and France baa been ml jus ted lacks confirmation. China Crawl.. Shanghai, June 23.— The difficulty betweeo China and France baa been ad justed. Lt Hong Chang is expected to return to faking immediately. VeeeMnc American Mark.met.. London, June 23.—A committee is being formed from the volunteer forces to arrange ft banquet for the member-, of the American rifle team at tbe olote of the Wimbledon meeting. After Vive Year. Dublin, June 23.—A Militiaman named Ryan, who was about to sail for America, was arretted at Tirem on a charge of being conneoted with the murder of Justine Young who waa shot five year. ago. Incendiary Lonl.e Vllent-1. Paris, June 23— Henry Rochester, in the evidence at the trial of Louise Michel yesterday, endeavored lo prove the fals ity of the charge of pillage against the prisoner. lie aaid that when ihe waa exoited she retired herself to poverty to aid fellow sufferers. The prisoner spoke in her own defense She violently at tacked the Government, and declared that ihe issue of the pamphlets to the soldiers, inciting them to burn their bar racks and murder their officers, wss jus tified. She declared that the soldiers at Sedan would have done well to have shot their officers and tha. save their own honor. LATE TELEGRAMS. [SPECIAL TO THE HERALL | The Caprleleae Telegraph. Sast Francisoo, Jnne 23.—The wires were down esst of Omaha until 12 15 to-day. Reanetlon In Kail read Fare* Sas Francisco, Jnne 23.— Tbe Buaid of Hailroad Commissioner! bave pre pared a complete tariff of fares oa aU roada In tbe State. Ou level and mod erate grades where the charge eiceeded four cents it has been reduced to four cents, and on heavy grades it has been reduoed to six oenta. Where tbe charge was lees than four oenta it has been left undisturbed. The reductions range from 18 to 56 per cent. It is Intended to put this tariff on trial for six months to determine whether the pnblio in terests demand a farther modification. The schedule will be acted on by the Board on Monday noxt. A Terrible (Stary ef the Mehraaka Heed Omaha, June 23.— W. C. Starkey ar rived here yesterday en the first train aut of Pawnee oounty since tha flood wnich Has prevailed there. He stated thai the whole southern ooun . try was flooded by tbe rising 'of the Nemaya river, caused by a heavy and extensive rainstorm. John Bargee' family living near Cincin nati, Pawnee oounty, were compelled Sunday night by the floods to leave their home ana they started in a small boat for the neighboring hills. While crossing the stream the tha boat was npeet and his wife and four children drowned. All the bodies have been reoovered. The funeral occurred oa Thursday at Bakers' Ford, seven miles above Cincinnati. Au old nun named Aker and his wife were drowned while trying to escape from their submerged house. In the same vicinity a Bohemian family of ten parsons under took to reach a plaoe of safety and were drowned. One woman was saved by tying herself to a tree, where ebe re mained for eighteen hours and was nearly dead when recovered. ■ertaary ■•■era. RocaxaTxa, N. V., Jane 23.—Tbe re mains of Charles Bathos arrived this morning and were reeelved by leading eitlxene and old school mates. So many floral tributes were sent that It may truly be said tha great minstrel was laid to rest upon A bed of roses. (Jeaaltlen ef the V. fey Treasury Washington, Juns 23.—Tbe Treas ury report shows: Oold coiu and bullior, $198,000,727; silver dollars and bullion, $116,302,672; fractional sliver coin, $28,. «83,2»1: U 8. notss, $33,848,713. Tc tol, $383,687,378. Tbe outstanding gold certificates amount to $01,080,360; silver certificates, $71,902,191; currency, $13,090,000. The Metal Exchange Nxw York, June 23.—Forty-four applications for seats in the Metal Ex change were received to-day. The Initi ation fee is $360. On Monday next the regular daily calls begin ana contract* for pig iron will. It is believed, be fixed at the minimum ot 100 tons, with mar gins at $2 per too. Storage arrange ments, which will redn oe tha cost of carrying pig iron, are being made. A Minister Examined ror Mnrder. MANxniAD, La., June 82.—The pre liminary examination of Rev. Jenkins for tbe murder ot J. Lena Borden took place yesterday and is going on to day. The testimony showed tbat after Borden had been shot down and was appealing to Jenkins not to shoot him again, Jen kins walksd ap to Borden's feet, as he lay on tbe sidewalk, and deliberately fired Ihe fatal shot Into Bordsn's fore head. Tha Eleetrle Railway. Chicaoo, Juae S3.—Tha Railway Ex poeitlou is now attracting as many as 20,000 to 80.000 people daily, and the great point of intereat to the majority ia the eleetrle railway. Tha cara make a circuit of the building every two miontt-s and are loaded down with passengers at ten cents a head, averaging $4 to $6 atrip. Since one week ago yesterday 17,110 tiokete have been sold on the railway, and previous to this time near ly every paper in this city took occasion to pronounce it a failure. They all now join in deolaring It a sucoess. Pearrul Oonseojnencee oraßroken Dyke Sx. Louis, June 23.—The Madison dyke between here and Alton, on tha Illinois aide of the river broke this morn ing ia two places. The orevaasee are not very wide yet but are growing rapidly and the water Is rushing through them at a fearful rate. It ia ex pected tbat the low bottom tends north of East St. Louis, embracing from fifty to sixty square miles, will be flooded. The farmers are leaving their homes ac rapidjy as possible, many of them going to Alton, others to different points on tbe bluffs five or six mile* back from the river. Tbe destruction of crops and the damage to farm property generally will be very great. The Losses of the American Plugger. [London World.} Mr. Walton, "the American plunger," arrived in England in time to attend the Manchester meeting, where he lost £11,986 during the week. Nor did he mend matters at Epsom by his heavy ontlsys on Ladlslas for the Derby and Rookery for the Oaks, whatever he may hare done on the little races. History is repeating l£self in bis osse at it did with Wales and every other "| lunger" that quickly ran into money on tbe turf —antl loat it again. Hon. William .Yoodburn, who visited Washoe Lake lately, reports to the Car son Appeal that the surface of ths water ia a mass of dead fish, that they are piled np along the shore by thou sands, and the air ia filled with tbe stenah of their decaying bodies. No cause can be assigned for this unless the intense heat of the sun acting upon tbe shallow water made it too warm for them. Most of the fish are perch, cat fish and wbitefish. Many of the peroh weigh a pound and a half. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FIRST GRAND Annual Picnic Under the ausploes of the Union Brass Band, To bs given sttbe CITY GARDENS SUNDAY, JUNE ilth, ISBB, ar. jona-a int. Prises will bo given for Dancing, Foot-Racing, Jumping, CORRER EL QALLO, Etc Danetng wtll oonttnue In tbs evening. TICKETS, Ml cents Children, t£ cents; Ladies free. COME ORB. CO BSE ALL aatltd Grand Excursion, BHIP AND RAIL, - —TO SAN PEDRO & CATALINA ISLAND, SUNDAY, JUNE $4th, IBS 3. Special train a HI leave Los Angeles at 7 SO A. M , connecting with the .Nest, Llsgant aod rest Steamship "Amelia*" OAPT. A. A. POLBAML'S, jiving eirursloolsts Bre hours at Catalina Island, the Cornina* Water ing place of Southern California. Kins Fishing, Sailing and Dathlag. Mo Surf or Undertow. (Jiaat and Klsh Cbowde. Fishing Tackle to be bad on the steao.sbl[<. Bathing houses have been erected on ths island Th. Now, Beautiful and Fast Steam Yacht "Linda" Will ba at th. sorvtee of those vrlsbtng to saaao an extended tour of the Island. WANOEMANS CITY BAND Hss been er <afc-ed for the oocasloi. llauctagon the ooaunodiooa >taclt of th. stsanuthlp. Returning, nsjssjsd train a 111 loa. t; San Pedro at i SO P. » , ... . log.l Los Angela at 0 SO P. a. Tbo Round Trip Made In One Day. Restaurant oo board tba steam.hip Eaonr alon limited to SOj, sitsr which no tlekeu will v sold. FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, $2.60. Tleksts for sal* ai Sles/el's, ths Hatter. Ooatno polltaa Uoui, Wsngemsn and Dryers Cigar Store, nsar Postofßoa. JIM <»RJs\.IWX» Vocal & Instrumental CONCERT. "For God aud Home and Native Land." Tobs glean at the Fort Street M. E. Chunk, Friday Eve's. JuneSS, '88. FROORABCMH ■ PART 1. 1. Orand Organ So!o~<a)S«Uwtlon> Pants (b/aladttatlon ALBVKI JSVBU. MISS MOLLIS HOUUS !. Vocal Solo- Select*i MRS. W. E. BEESON. 3. Instrumental Solo— "Cbrystalluo" - Class Musts : \i DR. BIRD. 4. Vocal Duet-"Land of Swallows,"-Masstsl. MR. J AS. BOOTH « MISS FANNIE LOOK HART. C. Vooal Holo-"Wlth what Rapture." (Maaaa celrl) Vtuvi. MRS, DR. O. B. BIRD o. Comst Solo-Selected. MR. A FuXLEY PART 11. 7. Piano Solo-"AU»s." Asoass. . , . , MR L UB - BEACH. >. Vocal Me-"Tat Dumb Wile," (by request.) DR. BIRD. 9. local aolo_' SloUlssta.) .. MRS. HOUUH. 10 Violin Solo—"Aye Marl.,-(organ and nh.no aocotssalnunt) MR. ROBERT PAULSEN.' 11. Vocal Solo—"Ska Wore a Wreath of Rose. " MR. JAMES BOOThT 11 Vocal Trio— "Down Among ths LIIUss ■■ MISS FANNIE LOCSBaVT. Mh. JAS. BOOTH sad MR. ROBERT PAULSEN. IS. Organ Solo— Oae» Mate. MISS MOLLIS HORBS. tickets, rriirrr cexth. Pi Investigating a sVlend. Philadilfbia, June 23. —The Oor ouor began aa investigation of the 1 charges against Dr. Hatha way, alleged to have bnrned the bodiea of illegiti mate infants in the cellar of his dwell ing. The doctor was bronght from prison and was present daring the ex amination. Ann Mnria Kmery, tbe al leged wife of Hathaway, testified at length in regard to the burning of babies and their burial in tbe cellar. The aona of both the doctor and tbe woman, also gave similar testimony. Detoctives Wolf and Miller were examined in re gard to the discoveries in the houses oo cupled by the accused. The lory ren dered a verdict that Doctor Hathaway was guilty of abortion in numerous cases. Hathaway was committed for (rial and the others will be held as wit nesses. ullght Ball way Aeelaeat. Brock villi, Ont., .Tuna 23,—The weet bound express on tba Grand Trunk I railway, left tbe rails cast of here this evening. The dining oar alone kept to the track, the others were badly smashed and four persons ware slightly injured, Xeeraleffleai, Paris, Juat 23.—Gostave Annand, tba French novelist, is dead. LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1883. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Joseph Murtagh & CO., 40 NORTH MAIN BTREET, Will open on Monday and the following days their Summer Stock of foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, HOSIERY. NOTIONS AND LACES. Most of the above goods have been purchased at a discount of fifty (60) cents on the dollar and WILL BE SOLD IN PROPORTION. 25 Pieces AH Wool FRENCH DIAGONAL DRESS GOODS, 44 inches wide, 50 cents, good value for 90 cents per yard. The Largest and best selected stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Ever Imported to this city WILL BE SOLD AT BED-ROOK PRICES. — i Joseph Murtagh & Co. ttss LATIIBSI Desirous of closing out certain lines of goods within tbe next thirty days before receiving other shipments, we offer IMPORTANT REDUCTIONS IN Hosiery, Laces, Buttons, Gloves, Trimmings ETC., ETC., ETC. Complete Stock and the largest assortment in the City to select from. Feintuch Bros., 42 SPRING ST., LOS ANQELES. DE. I; SMITH, 31 NORTH MAIN STREET, DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BU woodarful process of PAISLIBS EXTRACTION OF TiZTN WITHOUT THS USE OF Chloroform, Gas or other Poisons, Bu attained th. groatost. ,ucoeaa. With laat than throe mouth, practice here, bo has obtained moro than eight? meritorious oartlfl sots .from his patrons, resident, of Los Angolas county. Junltf H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, LX-sler In all EnglUh and American Latest Im- proved Treble-Wsdge Fast and Us, inmerteeft Breech-Loading l^ft^Bß^tt latest :n,:'JJJ Hssssßsa- Mm mm Choke-boring hn.NNNJ guns a S^^^^H All work done in beat stylo, speakinK M _ \Wt m mm Mm for itaelf antl leaving no need tor sell- praise. 02S * * BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS. E. B. KNAPP, Tbi- II \ KMT Ul! 1.1 A It 1> S VLOOJ Veil nf < 1, lca«o. ' l'be lateat and ■■■rfSSNBaj WW * PERFECTLY approved Billiard Table. AH the *SA APPOINTED appointments ply nonpareil. mT^*& t Qt&&*3^ A, TEt* JOS.ES BLOCK, liraediately AcUoiaintf the "Herald" •mc*3. HBCOMD FLOOssV. mtO Im TTOIffOXsO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND MAIN, NKW ADVHKTISEMKNTB. ! Do we Sell too Cheap? ARE OUR PRIOES TOO LOW? jMw THE SYNOPSIS sfcSv I THEWAM A Tory few weeks ago the Milliners of I. . Angela met ma| Hp oouucil and adopted lh« following resolutions "Reaul ved, Tbat we, tbe Milliners of Loa Angela*, refuse to ptirohase goods of any San Francisco Wholesale Millinery Finn that slmll hereafter sell millinery to any firm not exclusively in the uiillinary trade." The petition waa Mat to San Franaisoo and ail millinery houses asked for their signatures. They were all forced to coment hut with one exception. THE A.IM Was to drive the PEOPLE'S STORK from oil tha field. The aim was to close the San Franciaoo market against the People's Store. The aim waa truly to out off our supplies. WC SAY IT WAS WAR AGAINST THE PEOPLE'S STORE. For bave not Dry Ooods Houses for tha last tifteeu years kept millinery ? Have not milliners kept fancy goods and dry goods ? We say milliners, you are right. Try your best to smother the ember, but you are too late—it is already a living coal. When we opened tbe People's Store we promised the Los Augeles public uoods at right prices. Have we not kept faith ? Have we not kept tbe double dealers down? Have we not made reductions in every Hue? Wo admit that in onr Millinery Department we many times sell goods at too low a rate, but the milliner!! charge as much too high as we do too low. We wish to see everybody do well .md prosper; we are pleased when others advance, hut when suoh high-handed methods are taken to SQUELCH the People's Store, we arc compelled to tight. We are now done with tbe San Francisco market, and hereafter will draw our supplies from other quarters, and now even a? wa write a telegraphic, order for millinery, ia flashing over the wires, and wa look forward with pleasure to place these proper values before our patrons. jX People's Store SIoNE PRICE. Are Ton Really Selling at Cost? This question is frequently asked my clerks, lam aware it is not business-like to offer an entire stock at cost, but I -am forced to free myself from confinement and business anxiety as much as possi le. 1 also need money and offer these Extraordinary Inducements To CASH BUYERS OF GOODS. Don't be deceived. I am, In good faltb, selling al most my entire stock at cost. Such real bargains were nsver offered before. My stock is large, well assorted and you can certainly save money. Come and try. , Remember the place, B. F. COULTER, Baker Block, Los Angeles, California. s SELLING RAPIDLY! i Lots in the Hollenbeck Tract, Near the Sew Depot, lv the midst or a j BeautiM Orange Orchard and Vineyard At Prices Irom $930 to S3OO. o m\ t.t. jkjna sun ■■■■ mmm POME ROY & MILLS. . t'onrt St. Opposite the Court House. X- LOWE, FORMERLY WITH WOOLLACOTT, HAS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT IN THE Bern, ro HI no k. Han tVraande »t..O|i|>oal te thr !lrw rn>»r aster IXpot 00 RETAIL DEALER IN FINE WIBTBa, X.IQUORB Ac OIOJSIRSS. Bottled «.osds a Specialty. Tbe patronsgo of tbe public la respectrully solicited, alo ltu IB- OBBRSTEIsIsIIII WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALER IN ZEPHYR, CERMANTOWH. KNITTING WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL, AND FLOSS, rAIRY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC. I<B - - • MAIN STREET. -168 Partioalar attention git-pa to orders tor French Stamping and Designlag. sbfcM I _ NEW ADVBRTI3KMENT3. AT BRIGHT'S CHEAP STOEE YOU WILL GET BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER Having Bought out the Entire Stock of DRY GOODS j OS* POLASKI BROSJ AT HALF PRICE, '\ XT WIIVZ. SIXI SLAUGHTERED AT Less than New York Wholesale PRICES. AUO TWO OAR-LOADS OF GOODS JUST AR RIVED from the EASTERN MARKETS. Call at No. 239 Main Street. JT. O. BRIGHT. J§ Barker Sc Allen, 8 & 10 MAIN ST., NEAR PICO HOUSE. IVheleaale ana Ketall Dealer., In Pnrmture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Ite.,! Are Receiving their Immense Spring Stock Direct from Eastern Factories. Will meet any prions on the Pacific Coast. Tha Publio ara oordialiy invited to call and aae our goods and get prioea ba fore purchasing. ml tf GRAND OPENING. Mr. Oeorge Basaerman baa opened hia MERCHANT TAILOR EMPORIUM, At No. 283 Main street, in Dr. Kurtz Building, opposite Baker Block. The public are cordially invited to call and inspect his unrivaled stock ol goods, the finest ever imported into Loa Angelee. Specialty is Fine Fits. An experience of over twenty years in the center nf fashion guaranteeing styje and tioish to his work. tae-tt. BARGAINS I BARGAINS! BARGAINS lit GREAT SLAUGHTER OF DRY GOODS AT THE I* ALA C E OF FASHION. For Uu next TEN DAYS I will esLl the following articles, all our own manufacture. BBIiO XIV OOflTi Liueu and Beige Duuters, Calico Suits. Ladiea' and Childrena Aprons, Worsted and Calico Wrappers, a great variety ot La* lies' and Children'a Underwear, Caahmere and Satin Dolmans, Cashmere Suits, Jereey Jackets, Ami aa extensive and varied stosk of Novaltiae. Call end can rain*. No trouble to show goods Th MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Is under the aupsrvtsian ot s competent person who will attend to orders. MRS. D. S. CORONA DE WEIHS, 9A3 U Al\ SiTKEET. I mlf i < .HSiopelilsa Hste Agent for Shenuaa, Hyde & Co. Pianos svnd Organs end Sole Ast-nt of California for Myra's L'aJ - que French Patterns aad Dnawiuak-iij+i Monitor. mJB la* NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. For Sale.' IN San Rafael Ranck WITH DOUBLE WATER RIOtTTS, THE SANCHEZ PLAOE Subdivided into eight lots of from ten to forty acres. Two forty-acre lots flnely improved with good dwellings nnd bear ing orchards of Orange, Lem on, Peach, Pcnr, Cherry, Ap ple, Fig, Apricot, Italian Chest nut, English Walnut, Pome granate and Olive Trees In bearing) two reservoirs and one well. PRICE, $6,000 EACH, And unimproved lots, now ta barley, eighty dollars per aore. TWICE THE IRRIGATION WATER Per »cr. to that .old ou either tb. Dreyfus, Hkhne or Childa Tract, in thia same Rancho. Tb. nster aold with tbia SANCHEZ TRACT on a forty aoraa ia ths .ntlre water of tha t Verdugo Canyon, T wjlva hoars aaoh lire weeks. If desired, the above Land without the trees will be sold at sixty-Sve dollar* per acre with an amount of water equal to that or t he Childs' Tract. TERMS: One • Third cash, balance on reason able time. M. L. WICKS, ROOMS 86 & 87 TEMPLE BLOOK. MM T T RANDOLPH HEADERS. MOWING MACHINES, HORBE RAKES, FARM WAQONB, BPRINQ WAQONB, HEADER TRUCKS, CARRIAGES & BUG&IE8, Cheap for Cash at REES&WIRSCHING'S, 123.125 and 127 Los Angelas Street, LOS AROEI.ES, CAL. aM lot I . I OIL HOUSE. Scofleldfe Tevis CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR TATION CO. B. A EDWARDS, Manager. Importer, and and dealers in Fainta, Whit. Laad, Turpentine, Olam, Illuminating aad Lu bricating- 01U, etc, otc NO. 23 LOS ANQELES STREET, LOS ANOIUS, CALIFORNIA, epltf PONET & ORR, UNDERTAKERS A IMBALMIItS, M Main Nlrrrl Embalming for Shipping a 9p*jialty. We don't aell SO par cent, law Chan oth.r house*, bat the public alii b» act- Isfled on Inquiring; that our priow in Lower loan Any Other Houae In the City And SATISFACTION OL'ARA.NTEED. T.lepboi,. connection with .tor. and rowdonc.. aaaSiai HO FOR SANTA MONICA CANYON. Don't tali to call at UMCItE TOS S I'ASUX For tin., brand, of Llqaor. aad Clear.. W. bavo alao ia connection accommodation tor twain,, aU of which will h* takaa care ot by c* parWncad heads. [«S7tl) RVLO A CO. Phineaa Banning, FQRWAROiNG & COMMISSION AGENT, Anun»oTo». Loa Angeles Oounty, CaL Vaaaaia tews*, reads Erhtsred. hub. aad (rata stand, wtu ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS ocTU . ijaromee at the raaathera Parian lUUroad Company. *»■ rrancieeo, June lftli, : 18S3 The animal meeting ot tha ■tocahoUler* of the aboee-nanned Company, for tba election of wu rirectori ror tha eneulns; year aad for tba I transection of each other buaness aa may be | brought before the meetltaj, will ba held al tbe ! onVeofthe company, ao WEDNESDAY. July Ilia proximo, at loo'dock A. >. alfcd J. L WILLCITT. Secretary 1 NO. 107. — «Br4-a> | | ANGELICA BAKERY. 4U» *'lri4t Htrwl, IK LHICZ, proprietor FeaUllaa — rallli I I n;tta bread. uOch, pie*, etc., of the beat uujuuy. *3 < order* eolicited all la "|