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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD
VOL. XXVII. THE COAST. A Dispute on Account of Color. CHARLES KOHLERS WILL. A Man Kesenibline Springer, the Colton Murderer, Arrested iv Arizona. Associated Press Dispatches to the Hkrai.d. Portland, Ogn., April 'JO.—At a reg ular meeting of Garfield Post., G. A. It., held last evening, tho cai,.e of Frank Smith, a colored cook at ihe K-mond hotel, who served four years during the civil war, was proposed for membership. A heated discussion ensued. The speak ers in favor of admitting the applicant were largely iv the majority, and some became very indignant at what they de nounced as pusillanimous Southern argument. When the ballot was finally taken, the applicant was black balled. Very forcible language was nsedwhcu the result was announced, and several members withdrew from the order. Charlea Kohler'a Will. San Francisco, April 20.—The will of Mr. Charles Kobler, the decea ed wine merchant, was filed for probate to day. The estate aggregates several hundred thousand dollars. The will provides that on the first anniversary of the deceased's birthday after his death ( June 18th) bis wife, who is made exe cutrix, shall pay $500 to each orphan asylums of San Francisco, and a similar sum to other institutions. Five hundred dollars is also bequeathed to the poor at Grabcw, Germany, his native oily. Tin-: colton mrnuniiDii. A man KeaembliUK Springer Held for Identification. Globe, A. T., rApril 20,—A man claiming to be Henry Kuitb site sus pected of being William Springer, the Colton wife-murderer, is still in jail here awaiting identification. His wan derings since leaving Colt n have been pretty well ascertained. According to 1113 own story he left Colton ou the 22d of December and traveled in a box-car to Maricopa. He then left Maricopa and visited Pb<caix. and Pinal, and then curne hore. Circumstantial evidence points strongly toward the prisoner as beiDg murderer Springer. He says that not wishing to be burdened with bag gage, ho left his valise at ,he hotel at which he stopped in Colton, *">d be-, lieves that Springer must have stolen it. He was asked if he knew Springer, and said "no" but believed he had seen him twice, first ut Los Angeles and then it Colton riding in a buggy with a young lady. Ho describedthisman asa German about his sizo, without any beard, ex cept a small sandy mustache. Al though John Cole, the Sheriff of San Bernardino County, was notified a week ago by Deputy Sharifif J. H. Bcnbrook, ot Globe, by letter, and subsequently by telegram, of the arrest of the murderer, no reply has yet been received from him. The prisoner still admits that the des cription given by the Sheriff of San Bern ardino Couuty is of him. THE TIHF. Another Promising Day's Baces at San Francisco. San Francisco, April 20.—Following are tbe entries for to morrow's races at Bay District track. Mile and an eighth, for all ages—Niel son 116, Amelia 97, Adeline 97. Gano stakes, for two-year-old?, three quarters ififle--Penrl Di, Sobrante.Dove knot, Sunfban, Geraldine, Bolero, Pere grine, sifpoleLje, Ed. McGinuie, Poca tello, Sf/pwdrop. Spirivof the Times stakes, for three year olds, mile and three-quarters— Robson Todd, Del Norte, Ratbbone, Notidle, Safe Ban, all carrying .118; Leap Year, 113. Selling, all ages, tbree-quarler mile beats—Laura Gaidner 83, Kenney 79, Ninena 81, Lost Boy 100, Leap Year 196, Tbad Holieon 115, Tom Atchison .107. Sir Tbad 112. Tlic National Upera Company. Ban Francisco, April 20.—The Na tional Opera Company had tho largest audience of the season to-night at tbe Grand Opera House, when Dalibcs' Lakme was givon here for the first time. The opera made au immediate sucoese. So great was the enthusiasm over this production that it has been decided to five it three times during the season, 'auliue L'Allemand.as "Lakme,"created the greatest furore known here since the Patti appearance, nnd, next toPatti, she is unquestionably the most brilliant einger ever heard here. Jessie Bartlett- Davis, Alonzo Stoddard and Chae. B*s -sett were very successful. Tbe mise en scene was most elaborate, and tho grand ballet of Bayaderes in the second act brought down the bouse. Hallroad Progress. Santa Ana, April 20.—1t v reliably reported that construction work on the Riverside, Santa Ana & Los Angeles road will be commenced immediately at Arlington Steel rails and lies are daily arriving by the oar load and negotiations are now in progress for rails and ties to be shipped from Ban Francisoo to Santa Ano. Prominent railroad officials say nn excursion will run into Santa Ana on July 4th. bouthern Paoific K.ilroad surveyors are running two lines of sur veys south of San Juan Cnpistrano, pos sibly making the latter place a junction, one road to run to Sin Diego, the other to Yuma, and thus doing away .with the old desert lines. A Shipwreck. Victoria, 8.C., April 20.—Some In dians who arrived here to-day report that the schooner Active, supposed to b j lost, was found floating bottom up wards thirty miles south of Cape Flat tery. If this information should prove oorrect, Mr. Cuttmsnn, the owner, Cap tain Gotshomron, three whites and twenty-eight Indians, including a ohief, are lost. Leaves Her Kojni Hntbaiid. London, April 20 —A dispntoh to the .Standard says thit the Queen of Servia baa separated from her husband, King Milan, aud returned to her family in Kussii. Political and domestic differ ences are the grounds given for their si paration. ( THURSDAY MORNING, APItIL 21, 1887 TWELVE PAGES. SAN LIII »BI*PO NEW*. A \cw ARilrtiiiuiai Association— A Bicycle Tourist. San Luis Obispo, April 20.—A meet ing of the Baaid of Trade was held last e/ening to consider the organization of an Agricultural Association. Sixty-six names were subscribed, and money for the preliminary expenses paid in. The namois "San Luis Obißpo Comity Agri cultural Association," District No. 16. Tho fair will be held this FhII. Robert M. Welch, of San Francisco, chief of the !ca«uo of the American Wheelmou, arrived here to-duy at 2 l. M, on bis bicyle tour through the State, and left lit 4 o'clock on his way to Sau Diego. THE INTERSTATE LAW. Blame is Tendered a Banquet— Prof. Santord Receives an Infernal Machine. • Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald. Annai-oms, ML, April "JO—Lieuten ant John W. Danenhower, the Arctic explorer, shot and killed himself at the Naval lead tiny this morning. He had mental trouble after he c roe back from the Arctic regions. He was found lying on his rug in front of the fireplace, with a tag tied to his buttonhole haariDg the following word?: "Send to my brother at Washington." Althoughbehassuffered from mental troubles since he returned from the Arctic regions.what immediately led to the suicide is thought to have been the recent gronnding of the Con stellation on its way to Norfolk. He had charge of the vessel, and it is sup posed he had fear *f b< iug Court mar- Haled for the accident. Furthermore, he was vtry intimate with young Robert W. Gatewood, who recently committed suicide on the Carolina, and whom he saw iv death. It is supposed this death suggested the mode of auicido to him. His wife, who was formerly MissSloane, of Ntw Yuik, is away with her parents. Lieutenant D.nunh awt rlt avis two chil dren. He was about 35 yetraolJ, and was an intelligent and polished officer Mr. W. W. Danenhower, father of the Lieutenant, said in conversation to-night that his son was Heated for melancholia sumo fiftceu years ago and speedily recov ered. Since theu there hae.never been to bis kuowledge, any appearance or appre hension of any menial unsoundness in him till to-day. The remains of Lieut enant Danenhower will be taken to Washington to morrow for burial. A Uasiic of Mexican Horsetliicves Captured. Ttrcsox, April 20. — Last Monday night four mounted M.-xicans took in the ranch of Mr. W. H. Wheaton, at San Pedro, robbed him, and afterwards whipped him, to make him reveal the whereabout of other money. They loft him bound band and foot in the house, and then rode away. Wheaton locsc-ned himself, rode sixty miles, and de scribed some of the money, which was marked. Yesterday a Mexican paid a tine of $100 for another Mexican, which was discovered to be the identical money taken from Wbeaton the night previous. Sheriff Shibell took a posse this morn ing to the haunt of tho gang who paid the fine, surprised them, and had ttiem. jailod before daylight. This is beliovod to be the gang of Mexican horse thieves who have been robbing extensively in this section during the last throe months. Slaughter Mouse Thieves. San Rafael, April 20.—At an early hour this morning three men went to the slaughter house of W. N. Autierson, a short distance bolow town, and br jke into the place wbu-o they had their wagon, which they loaded with a large number of beef and sheep-skins. They drove to the North Pacific Coast Rail road depot, where they deposited the stolen goods, intending to ship tbem by the 7:45 train. A man watched their operations and put the police on then track. One of the men left for Sauc.eito with the wagon, another'escaped by nay of the Donahue road and tho third was taken into custody. On his way to the jail the arrested man made a break and succeeded in escaping, although pur.-ucd for quite a distance,- None of the cul prits have yet been eaugbt. iMDHttrriE commission. more PctilloiiN from Prominent Calttornians. WABBIKQTON, Apiil 20. —Mr. E. M. Derrick, President of the Pacific Pii c Lumber Company, and E. C. Williams, President of the Kedwocd Manufactur ing Association of San Francisco, have telegraphed the Interstate Commerce Commission, as follows: "Oar two cor pnrations, employing eight or ten thou sand men, aud about $30,000,000 capital, have addressed you by mail, stating that our Eastern business has been entirely destroyed by the operation of the Inter state Commerce law, and asking your interposition in our behalf. Meanwhile will you allow the roads over which we have been operating to give old rates, and so revive our business with the East, provided the late is open and availuble for all?" A. Lusk & Co., of San Francisco, tele graphed: "The fruit interests of this State, which aro of great nud growing importance, are seriously jeopardized by the workings of tha Interstate Com merce bill. We respectfully ask that seotion four be suspended and that these interests be not entirely paralyzed and a great loss ensue." Keeking; a Chinese murderer. Sackamento, April 20.—A posse of armed men left Chico this morning ou a strong clue to find Hong Die' wherea bouts. It was rumored that the innr derer is in hi ling at a Chinese camp, six miles from Durham, and that ho slays in a tent at nights and early in the morning takes to the brush. It is stated that some of the Chinamen want to turn him over to the authorities, while others arc helping him to hide. They threaten vengeance on their other coun trymen if he is informed on. It is also reported that ho has .made two unsuc cessful cffji ts to go to Orovillc. A Tramp summarily Dealt With The Needles, April 20.—A band of tramps took possession of the town last night and had everything their own way umil the cit'zens got tired of their cut ting, shooting and fighting and ordered them to leave. One, more determined than the others, was going to remain. A rope was put around his neck and he was taken to the freight sheds mid hauled up a few times. He pleaded for mercy and was let looso, and he never stopped running till he arrived on the east sido of the river. ITIK. 111, A INK. Banquet to be Tendered Him by the-Bankers. CHICAGO, April 20.—Mr. Blame is looking well, and seems to have grown much stouter thin iie was when last in Chicago. During the morning, United States Senator Farwell, Congressman Dunham and Chairman Jones, of the Illinois Republican State Central-Com mittee, sent up their cards and desired to see Mr. Blame. Walker Blame met them in the rotunda of the hotel, and explained his father's need of rest, and the callers withdrew. Later in the day, Blame received a number of personal friends, but positively declined to tee reporters, or to be interviewed ou any subject, polit ; cal or otherwise. Emmons Blame stated that his father would probably remain ill Chicago sev eral days, and perhaps a week. He needed rest at present after h s long journey, but to morrow would quite likely receive all who call upon him. It was announced to the sons of Mr. Blame that tho bankers of this city pro posed to give a banquet during their father's stay iv Chicago, and would re quest from him some expression of his views upon the financial and business prospects of the country. It was not learned whether Blame wculd accept the invitation or not, but a committee will wait on him to morrow for the pur pose of extending a formal invitation and of learning bis wish on the matter. Kailroad Progress. San Bernardino, April 20.—A largo force of men, with teams and grading implements, have been transferred from the (inished work of grading cv the San Bernardino and Los Angeles branch of tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe system, and commenced work this morning on the Riverside and Los Angeles Roid, about six miles from Ana heim. A corps of surveyors have been engaged during the past week in per fecting the line from this plaoe via near Fultou Wells to Loi Angeles. Rapid progress can now bo made on this line. The Native Sons. Nevata, Col., April 20.—At the ses sion of tho Grand Parlor of Native Sons last night, Chairman Steinbach rend a section of the Constitution of the Grand Parlor, which he offered for adoption, providing for the organization of a trav eling board, composed of the following ofli.'ers: Graud President, Grand Vice- President, Grand Lecturer nnd Grand Orator, which shall visit all the parlors of tho State once a year. The section was adopted. Death of William Ashburner. San Francisco, April 20—William Ashburner, a geologist and mining en gineer, died last nigh', after a week's illness, at his residence in this city. The deceased was a scientist of wide reputation. He was 56 years of age, and has been a resident here since 1857. At the time of his death he was Regent of the University of California and Trus tee of tbe Leland Stanford Junior Uni versity. He also held a number of other positions. ITlrs. Higgins Released. San Francisco, April 20.—The Su perior Court to-day released Mrs. Jose phine Higgins on her own recognizance for $1000, at the request of the Assistant District Attorney as it was statedthat he had no hopes of convicting her. Mrs. Higgins was tried some time ago for the murder of her husband, whom she stabbed to death on the 14th ot last September. Tbe jury disagreed and the Court released ker with the understand ing that she would lead a proper life in the future. '. emplctou'a Hoard of Trade. Tkmpi.eton, Cal.. April 20. a meeting of tbe citizens to-night there was organized a Hoard of Trade, for the development of Templeton and tbe coun ty of San Luis Obispo. The following officers were elected: President, D. Hans brougb; Vice-President, \V. H. Bowman; Secretary, Colonel Aaron Seeley; Treas urer, Otto Shackleford. Directors: D. Hansbrougb, A. J. Hudson, Captain W. D. Haley, H. C. Whitney, C. H. Phillips E. A. Spangenberg and B. F. Fields. Another Cable Head Victim. San Francisco, 20.—O'Neill Duffy, oged 7, wu run over and killed at four o'clock tbla afternoon by a Larkin-street table dummy. EASTERN. Transatlantic Steamship Lines Delay Milling Their Vessels. Wasiiinctos, April 20.—Representa tives of a large number of business inter ests centering in Boston wero present in the room < f the luters a'e Commission this morning, and the hearing of their argument occupied a greater portion of the day. William H. Lincoln, agent of the line cf Transatlantic steamers, said, under oath, tbat the whole business of Boston, both local and export, was in volved in this matter of change in rates which the Interstate till brought into effect. This question was of such im portance that he had cabled his people in Liverpool to delay the sailing of tbo steamship which is about to sail, until the matter is settled. He knew of other lines that had done the same. The tlircugh rate from Chicago to Liverpool 'o-day was less than the local rate from Cbijsgo to Ijjston. Gther complaints were of about tho same nature. The Commissioners have made no intimation as to what their action may be. The Suicide of Lieutenant Danenhower. Itev. Benjamin Staunton. Naw York, April 20.—At tho session of the Long Island Presbytery on Mon day, says the Slar, Clerk J, D. Wells handed to the moderator a letter from Rev. Benjimiu Staunton, now in Los Angeles, in which he asked for a dismis eat from the Presbytery. He informed tho presbytery that he had set led in California and he wanted a letter of die misjal from this Presbytery so that he could become a member of the Pacific Presbytery. It is customary to grant such requests at once, but a committee was appointed to consider what action should be taken and to report on May 18th. Staunton was recently deposed as pastor of the Fort Green Presbyterian Church, of Brooklyn, after a sensational trial before the Presbytery on the charge of conduct unbecoming a minister. Net Insane. CHICAGO, IU., April 20.—Miss Nellie Vance,' of Los Angeles, Cal., who ran away from ber parents several weeks ago, while the faiifily was on a visit to friends in town, was yesterday dis charged from the Insane Department of the County Court, having been examined by County Physician Cluthard, who de cided that sbe had recovered from her recent mental derangement. Last month "he was sent to the Woman's Home, on Chestnut 3treet, for refuge, by the police, who found her wandering about the streets. She had been obliged to leave her hotel, owing to a lack of funds. While at home she attempted to commit suicide by taking Paris green. She was then cent to the County Hospital for treatment, from whence she was subse quently transferred to the Insaue De partment of the County Court. secret!) rjr of tlie Pacific Railroad Commission. YVASHiKiitox, April 20.—The Pacific Railroad Commissioners met in their temporary quarters in the Geological Survey building this morning, and im mediately procoedod to-work. The oflicel of Secretary and Stenographer to tbo Commission were united and Charles Young, of New York City, was ap pointed to tbe'place. His salary was lived at $3500 per annum. They agreed to hold daily sessions from 10 A. m. to 4 p. If., and during these hours will re ceive any information, either orally or in writing, which any one may have to communicate relating to tbo subject of investigation. Washington, April 20. —Secretary of State Bayard declines to either confirm or deny the statement cabled from Lou don to tho effect that Lord Salisbury has sent a dispatch to this government on the subject of the fisheries, offering to revert to the old condition of affairs without pecuniary indemnity. Secre tary Bayard also declines to express any opinion with regard to the subjeot mat ter of the dispatch as cabled. In Hemembrance of Arthur. Albany, April 20.—Exercises in honor of the memory of President Arthur were held in the Assembly Chamber this evening, a distinguished audience being present. The member's desks bad been removed frum the spacious chambers and seats substituted. His relations and most of tbe members of the Senate and Assembly, with their wives, were pres ent. Pitcher iTlcCormlck Bcteased. Chicago, April 20.—President Spaul ding, of the Chicago Base Ball Club has released pitcher McCormick to the Pitts burg Club, in exchange for its claim on Van Ualtern, the famous Pacific Const Pitcher. It is understood that Van Haltern would prefer to pitch for the Chiosgo team. Also that tbe Chi cago club received $2500 for the re leaso cf McCormick. They '-Called Them in $ Lansing, Mich., April 20.—About a week sgo Arbor, acd North Michigan railway requested the return of all legislative passes. Consid erable dissatisfaction was expressed by the Legislators, who lrnted darkly about tbe railroad legislation lowering the Passenger toriff, etc. To-day the passes were returned by tbe Legislators. A DASTAKDLY DEED. Professor Sanford Hecelves an Infernal machine. Cleveland, 0., April 20.-'A special from Kent, Ohio, tells of an attempt to kill Professor Thomas Sanford, of that place, with ao infernal machine to-day. A small box was left in the hall way of his residence. It was peculiarly con structed, with a knob at one end wilh which to open a mull drawer. Being suspicious, Profissor San for I shook the box and a few grains of gun powder fell out, Uson a closer examination be dis covered several matches so arranged as to bo ignited when the drawer was opened. He threw the box into his door yard, when au explosion occurred which shattered the windows of an ad jacent house There is no known mo tive for the attempt. Committed suicide. Denver, Col., April 20.—Mr. David White, a brother of Harry White, the well known railroad man, at one time connected with the Chioago and North western railroad committed suicide here to-day by shooting himself through the heart. White had been drinking hard of lat«. Base Ball. Cincinnati, April 20.—Cincinnati 14, Cleveland, 6. Louisville, April 20.—Louisville 6, St. Louis 9. Baltimore, April L'o.— Athletics 2, Baltimore 8. New York, April 20. —Brooklyn 12, Metropolitan 3. A MiUloiiclro Assigns. Utica, N. V., April 20.—A general assignment of Mr. George Clark, the millionaire land owner and bop dealer of Springfield, Olsfg county, was filed to-day. There are <-'00,000 unsatisfied Judgments him. He owned vast tracts of land in Oneida, Olsego, Madison, Chenango and adjoin ing oountiet. His liabilities have not been made public. Panhandle Bobbers on Trial. Pittsburg, Pa., April 20.—The pre liminary hearings in the postponed Pan handle railway robbery came up this moruing. All the prisoners waived ex aminatirn and were held for trial at court. The cases will probably be tried during the present court term. Profit Sharing. fiSSJS Cincinnati. April 20.—The firm of Proctor A Gamble have arranged to di vide the profits of the firm among their « mploye s i every six months, after allow ing the employers reasonable salaries and 0 per cent, on the capital invested. Hlalne Arrive*. Chicago, April 20.—James G. Blame, acoompanied by his «ife and daughter, arrived here this morning. He is much Improved in health. BOSTON M i l Kit I >i. A I.SO. More Talk About the Par- LORD SALISBURY'S ADDRESS. The Fisheries Question Again Re vived— Correspondence Said Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald London, April 20.—Several of the Gladstone Liberals desire to have Par liament hsue a summons to the editor of the Times, calling him before the bar of the House of Commons, to answer for a breach of privilege in accruing Parnell and other members of the Hoase with complicity in crime. Gladstone proposes the appointment of a committee to ex amine the Times' charges. The Parnel lites have been consulted, tn 1 the'r 'eaders oppose both propositions. If neither the Parnellites nor the Gladston es take the initiative in moving for an investigation it is probable an indepen dent motion will be made, which both the government and the Liberal mem bers will support. LOUD SALISBURY'S ADDRESS. Sixth Anniversary of the Death of Lord Heaconsf ield. London, April 20.—Lord Salisbury in an address delivered last night before the Primrose League, at Albert Palace, the occasion beirg the sixth anniversary of the death of Lord Beaconstield, said that the present Irish Crimes bill would not compare in EtriDgency with Glad stone's bill of 1881. Under the latter treasure people were imprisoned without a trial. This could not bo done under the present bill. The suppression of crime in Ireland did not mean the sup preesiou of liberty. Salisbury made the proposition that Gladstone would find it difficult to gather around him any new recruits—that bis present adher ents had gone too far to recede. He asked the Premier what had Gladstone gained; he had gained eighty-six very devoted followers of Parnell who have been charged with having approved of the murder, and who bad refused, or whose friends htd refused for him, to enter the witness box and deny the charge, and this course Gladstone approved of. Parnell had been assisted with funds subscribed by men who educated murderers. How could Gladstone go before the country associated with men who refused to sub mit such a question to the judgment of an English jury ? The epcaker did not believe in Gladstone's horoscope. The victory which Gladstone obtained in 1880 was won by a Hood of misrepre sentation th.it could not be repeated. The Conservatives were now nn organ ized party, powerful-to refute falsehood. This condition of the party was largely due to tbo work of the Primrose League. The present Government would, when it left office, hand down unimpaired to their successor the great trust which the Empire had committed to their charge. [Cheers]. THE FISHERIES QIESfION. Lord Salisbury sen its a Dispatch to Washington. London, April 20.—1t is officiolly stated that Lord Salisbury's dispatch sent to Washington Murch 24th, said that the English government, under standing tbe action of tbo United Siates in denouncing the fishery articles of the treaty of Washington to he, iv a great degree, the result of reappointment at being called upon to pay $1,100,000 un der the Halifax fisheries award, offers to omit pecuniary indemnity, which offer it trusts will commend itself to the American government as being based upon that spirit of good will and gener osity which should animate two gre it and kindred- nations, whose common origin, language ai d institutions consti tute so many bauds cf nmily and con cord. Baynrd Declines Answering. The London "Time*" Will be Kurd for Libel. London, April 20.—The London Globe of this evening said that Mr. Biggar will sue the Times for libel and make tint paper's article on "Parnellism and Crime," of the series of which the Par nell letter was the culminating point, the basis of action. The "Dnllr News'' Deplores It. London, April 20.—The Daily Nev-s says: It is deplorable that in the heat of a political controversy, an English gentleman, such as Lord Salisbury is, should have adopted a principle which would place every public man at tbe mercy of unscrupulous libellers. Parnell's Mgnatures Differ. London, April 20.—The managers of the Press Association assert ttiat they have seen signatures written in 1873, and others in 1883, showing some of the characteristics noticeable in the signa ture in the Times, but all differing from one another tomewhat, so that a definite opinion cannot be formed from a com parison of them. Conspirators Sentenced. St. Petersburg, April 20. —Six of tbe men arrested for complicity in the plot to assassinate the Czar, whioh was to have been carried out on the 13th of March, have been sentenced to death The other conspirators have been sen tenced to imprisonment for life. Prohibition Bill defeated. Halifax, April 20. —A special cable dispatch from St. Johns, N. P., says tbe bill for the total prohibition of tbe liquor traffic was defeated in tbe Assembly by tbe casting of a vote by the Speaker, but that it will certainly be carried next session. A Plot to Kill the tzar. London, April 20.—The police at Kieff and Odessa have discovered a plot to kill the Czir by blowing up the Im perial train in the event of the Czar's visiting Southern Russia. Call for Bonds. Washington, April 20.—1t is expect ed that another call for three-per-cents will be made in a few days. There are now outstanding $10,824,600 in three percent bonds, of whioh $16,491,000 are held by national banks, $3,235,700 by residents of the United States, aid S7COO by foreign residents. » John L. Sullivan Nqaelched. Umunokield, 0., April 20.—Mayor Kelly this morning addressed a letter to tbe manager of tbe Grand Opera House, ordering bim not to open his bouse Thursday evening to John L. Sullivan's Company, as such exhibitions are clear ly in violation of the law. FOREIGN. (iLADSTONE. He Becomes Very t'tleudljc to the Irish. London, April 20.—Gladstone write) "I attach very high value to the impor'»! ancs of the manifestations, now inces sant, of American as well as Colonial sympathy with the Irish people in the crisis created by the causeless insulting of tbo insidious bill at present before Parliament. Apart from particular and, more or less, formal acknowledgments, I am not of the opinion that it would be proper or expedient in me to take it ufoa myself to address any general communi | calion to America on this subject, which, however, I noticed, and may again notice in Parliament. Still, lam very anxious that the people of this country should have some means of understanding how much beyond the range of any sectional impulses, and how truly national the movement in the United Stales has be 1 come; and in that view I would reoom- , mend that every endeavor be made to ( • resent some estimate of the aggregate number of persons by which tbo recent 1 meetings in America have been attended, likewise especially an estimate of the i number of Governor*, Mayors, Senators, Representatives, Clergymen and other official or highly responsible persons, by ' whom such meetirgs were countenanced or supported. Nell Letter. to Have Passed. A Famous Anarchist iv Chicago. Chicago, April 20.—The Daily Nev» to-morrow will say that a letter fro m Rudolph Schnaubelt, the much looked for Anarchist and alleged thrower of bombs in Hay Market, has been re ceived in Cbioago, and those who are in a position to know do not for • moment doubt its authenticity. The letter is ditert Christiana, Norway, March 1887, and reached hero through the medium of the Anarchist sheet issued in London by an Austrian Socialist, named Josh Peikert, who is an old friend of Schnaubelt's. The fugitive denies throwing tho bomb, but intimates that he is sorry be did not do it, and that he left because he knew it wasn't safe for him here. He deferred any ac count of his travels .until be can write again, but it is understood by his frit nds here that he was on the Pacific Coast until the Anarchist trial was ended in Chicago, and then worked his way to Canton, thence going to Sydney, later to Bombay, and finally to Norway, being now on one of tbe vessels in the Northern Sen, ticking for herring. Ordering more Ralls. Sax Diego, April 20.—The Sin Diego and Old Town street railroad ordtred to-day 120 tons of steel rails from the Pacific mills, in San Francisco, to be used in completing their road from this city to Old San Diego. Eight hundred tons of steel rails have also been ordered from Liverpool to be used in the con struction of the California Southern railway from this city arouud tbe head of the bay and down the peninsula to Coronado Beach. Western Union stork Increase. New Yokk, April 20.—A statement was filed in the County Clerk's office to-day, showing tint the Directors of the Western Union Telegraph tympany, by two thirds vote, had increased the capital stock $1,200,003, m.king a total capital of $81,200,000. Burned to the Ciround. Salt Lake, April 20.—The Board of Trade building at Log in, full of agricul - tural machinery and wagons, was burned to the ground oa Mondiy night. Loss, $27,000; insurance, $15,000. A New Silver Vault. Washington, April 20.—Arrange ments are now being made at the Treas ury department for the construction of a new silver vault in that building to accomodate the rapidly accumulating standard silver dollars. Senator Stewart's Residence Scorched. Carson, Nev., April 20.—Senator Stewart s residence caught tire to-day and a portion of the house was burned. Prompt action of the tiremen sived the place. The loss is less than $1000. merry Duchess Wlus the Race. London, April 20.—The city and su burban handicap race, for one thousand soverigns, was won by Merry Duchess, with Caiion second and Castor third. There were nine starters. W. T. Lewis Dead.' San Andreas, Cal., April 20.—Hon. W. T. Lewis, ex-Senator and District Attorney of this county for fift-en years past, died here to day of cancer of the tocgue. Frederick Warde. The repertoire decided upon for rep resentaiion by this eminent tragedian, next week is ea follows: Monday and Saturday matinee, Vinjiniu»; Tuesday and Friday nights, Gallia the Gladiator; Wednesday, Damon and Pythian, and Thursday and Saturday nights, ltich ard til. Reserved seats for the entire engage ment are now on sale at tho box tfhee. Concerning Mr. Warae's inttrpretation of Viryinim, the New York Mirror says: Frederick Wanlewas warmly received in Yiryinius at the Peoples Thea're, on Monday night. He has been taken to the hearts of the people as a star of un doubted ability. Throughout tbe play he was effective without being blatant, and strong without being vociferous or noisy. His earnestness in invective and bis pathos in the scenes with his daughter called forth round after round of applause. Following the scene be fore "Appius Claudius he was thrice called before the curtain. The success of the star may be attributed in some measure to his excellent support, whioh was evenly good. Col. Fister's Departure. Col. T. D. Fister, who cime here a few days ago to receive and open bids for tbe site of the Government buildj ing, left yesterday morning on the Eastern bound train. Cp to the time of bis departure ho bad received no offers of property other than those heretofore mentioned, and those who nowdosie to secure tbo building must send their offers to the Treasury Department at Washington. Col. Fister expressed no opinion as to his preference for any of the sites offered. He said that the sooner tbe offers are sent in the better it I will be for those wbo have property to ' sell snd he advised immediate action in t the premises. NO. 16. A QUEEN. r : j Royal tylnvadeslSaii Fran cisco. i A RECEPTION ACCORDED HEB. She Will Visit the President ttoi Then Go to the Queen's Jubilee. Associated Press Dispatches to the HlOAla* Sax Fkanujsco, April 20, —Quaes Kapiolani, of the Hawaiian kiugd<aa, arrived this morning from Honolulu os> the steamer Australia, She was ac companied by Princess Lilinokalani and a number of high ifti.ials of the Hawaii an government. The principal object af jj the Queen's voyagß is to ba present at : Queen Victoria's jubilee celebration is London, June next. The royal party remain here about a week, when they leave for Washington to pay their re spects to President and Mrs. Cleveland. After a short stay at the Capitol they proceed to New York, thence to Los don. B fore returning the Q teen will also visit the principal cities of the world. She has never before bean o«t --tide of her kingdom. The steamer, while coming up tbo harbor, was boarded "by representatives) of Port Collector Hager's cifije, who welcomed the Queen to this country oa behalf of the United States Government. Her Majesty replied: "I thack yon for your courtesy. I have always been anxious to visit this great country, and I have no doubt that my stay here will bo a pleasaut one." As the Australia steainod slowly past Fort Point, alio an nounced her arrival by firing a single gun. Immediately the guns of the fort thundered out a Royal Salute of twsnty nne guns. In passing Alcatre* tho Rcyal salute was repeated, and, as tho vessel swept down the Hiy and parsed the British corvette Conquest, the Brit ish flag was dipped.the portholei opened and another Royal S .lute of tnenty-oso guns answered the thunder of Alcatraa. Queen Kapiolani appealed on deck in a black dress, plainly trimmed, a dark serge overcoat and a black velvet boi net, set off with mauve colored feather tips. Her eyes are black and her com plexion is a dark olive. Her face is of a distinct Hawaiian type. In stature, the is short and stent, and Las a pi a ant countenance. Princess L lmokalani, who accompanies Her Majesty, Is the King's sister, and heiress apparent to the Hawaiian throne. The royal party has secured a suite of six apirtmento at the Palace Hotel. Her Majesty will visit her nephews at St.Matinew'a Col lege, San Mateo, Cal., where they are being educated, and on her return to this city will proceed X ist, her trip be ing for her health and a change of sceue. | She does not travel in state. A Faithless Lover. Mii<s May Ellingsworth, a pretty blonde, 19 years old, was left an orphan in Glasgow, Scotland, abont two yean ago and indented $4000. She cam* to tbis country and went to Brooklyn in search of an aunt, her only surviving relative. After an unsuccessful search she sought and obtained employment as a saleswoman in New York. * About* year ago she became acquainted with S esse Thorne, a ycung dry goods clerk. After a protracted courtship I'll or ue and Mies Ellingsworth became engaged and the cards were out for the wedding next week. List Saturday night, how ever, Thorne called and asked to be re leased from his engagement. He as ligncd as the cause bis inability to anp* port a wife, and under the circumstances .Vfiss Ellingsworth canceled the engage ment. The nixt night, while out walking in Jersey City with Miss Dsrrow, the daughter of her landlady, Miss Klliugs wonb. passed her former fi moo with a young woman leaning on his arm. She lift Mies Dai row and followed tbe couple. Thorne left the young woman at a house on Bergen avenue, and aa he was leaving her Miss E lingsworth beard him i«y, "I will see you again Tuesday night." About tbe time Tuesday night that Miss Ellingsworth thought that Thorne would visit the young lady she went to the Reformed Church, ou Comuiunipaw avenue, which he would have to lass, and waited for him. When be ap proached, she went up to him, and, drawiig from under tbe folds of her cloak a large rawhide, vigorously be labored him across the face and shoulders. He sluiek-d with pain, and aiade an attempt to mn away, but Miss Ellii gsworth followed Lim up, plying the whip relentlessly over his back. His cries for help brought Edward Gillespie cud James Kennedy, two young men who rei ide in the com munity, to the scene. They immediately took in the situation and volunteered to thrash Thorne for the ii jured wemar, but she refnsed to permit them to touch him. After soundly castigating bim Misa Ellingsworth said: "Now go!" at the same time raising the whip in her hand and pointing to ward this city. Thorne slunk away amid the jeers of the crowd. It is be lieved that the cause of his breaking the engagement is due to bis infatuation for the young woman be was seen with Sunday night. Miss Ellingsworth tad purchased ber entire outfit for the wed* dii g and spent all < f her mo.ity in pre paring for her nuptia's. Obstructing an Officer. The other day Deputy Constable Clina went down to San Pedro lo arreet a negro who was wanted in Napa county, and for whese arr<st a warrant was held by Sheriff Kays. Cline soon fonnd bis man and arrested him, but the negro c died in Attorney Savage, who advised him not to accompany the Deputy without a warrant. Ciine had soma d fiicnlty with his man but brought him safely to Los Augeles and lodged him in jail. Yesterday Savage was arrested on a charge of obstructing an officer and was arraigned before Just re Austin. He was released on bis own recoguizaaco until to morrow. I — Undelivered Messages. The following messages remain unde j livered at the Western Uniog Telegraph j Office, No. 17 North Majjjf street, for I want of proper addrees, W the follow, ing persona: R. W. Anderson, J J Darning, Rev. F. A. Field, E. Q* I Norlhup, Mr. Robert Pauls* n, Wa, «' I Perkins, Jsa. Slaughter, Win. D. "-tHa of South Bond, John A. Siratton, lira. I A. Wood.