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confronted by the whole power of the
United States, represented" in that har
bor, enabled them to say firmly, with
dignity: 'We will never surrender.'
Such courage oould only have been
divinely inspired."
Frye dwelt at some length on the
state of uncertainty and apprehension
existing in Hawaii, owing to the conree
of Minister Willie in regard to his in
tention to vie or not to use force. Re
ferring to Willis' speech welcoming
Hawaii into the family of nations, Frye
said while he was utteriug these words
of friendship and good will he carried in
his pocket instructions to destroy for
ever that government he was so effus
ively welcoming. "Are you proud of
that?'' he asked. "Think of it. Di
rected by the president of 65,000,000
people, of a country probably the most
powerful on this earth, his minister
contriving, scheming, assiduously work
ing night and day to restore a rotten
monarchy 1"
At 1:15, on motion of Morgan (Dem.)
of Alabama, tbe senate went into exec
utive session, and afterwards adjourned.
Frye will finish his speech tomorrow.
JUDGE LONG'S PENSION.
An Injunction Granted Him on a Mara
Technicality.
Washington, Feb. 28.—Judge Cox of
the district supreme court this morning
granted the injunction asked by Jndge
Long of Michigan to restrain tbe com
missioner of pensions from reducing hie
pension from $72 to $60 per month,
as the commissioner announced he
wonld do.
While Judge Long is granted an in
junction, the opinion of Judge Cox on
tbe whole, appears advene to him. The
injunction granted is given on technical
grounds, the judge stating that he is of
the opinion that tbe commissioner of
pensions bad not given tbe actual 30
days' notice of suspension or reduction
of pension, required by the act of De
cember 21,1893. One of the main ques
tions at issue is the power of the com
missioner of pensions to review and re
vise the action and ruling of his prede
cessor. The decision is in favor of Com
missioner Lochren, Judge Cox rnling
that Commissioner Locbren has this
power. Judge Long will appeal from
the decision.
AN OFFER FOR BULLION.
A Proposition to Believe the Treasury
of Its Accumulated Silver,
Washington, Feb. 28.—Secretary
Carlisle today received a letter from J,
T. Raolee, 188 Liberty Btreet, New
York, in which he makes the proposi
tion to purchase from the government
from 50,000,000 to 76,000,000 ounces of
silver bullion now in the treasury at (>5
cents an ounce, provided congress will
enact a law levying a duty of 123 2 cents
an ounce on all silver, coined or un
coined, exported from tbe United States
within tbe next five years.
The letter head used is as follows:
"British and American Financial and
Industrial Investment Syndicate," and
under it is type-written these words:
"Tariff for revenue only; one sure
means towards the accomplishment of
the object."
The treasury officials deoline to ex
press any opinion as to the letter.
Banks Consolidating.
Washington, Feb. 28.—Cashier New
berry of the Citizens' National bank of
Spokane, Wash., and Charles T. Thiss
of the Washington National bank of
Spokane called on Controller Eckels to
day. It was arranged that tbe Wash
ington National should go into volun
tary liquidation and tbe liquidation
should be through the Citizens' bank.
The result of thia arrangement will be
practically a consolidation of tbe two
banks.
Utah Indian Lands.
Washington, Feb. 28.—Tbe question
of opening tbe Unitah and Unoompat
gre reservations in Utah to settlement,
is under consideration by Acting Secre
tary of the Interior Sims. Tbe amount
of land involved is estimated as 4,000,
--,jooo acres, rich in valuable minerals.
There are 400,000 acres of aephaltum
lands.
Electric Light Convention.
Washington, Feb. 28.—Today's ses
sion of tbe National Electric Light as
sociation convention was entirely taken
up with the reading and discussion of a
number of interesting papers on trade
topics. _
Movements of American Warships.
Washington, Feb. 28.—The United
States steamer Lancaster bas Bailed from
Singapore lor Colombo and the Concord
from Shanghai for Amoy.
A New Postmaster for Redlands.
Washington, Feb. 28.— W. O. Phillips
has been appointed postmaster at Bed
lands, (Jal.
Crescent City Races.
Naw Orlkans, Feb. 28.—The track
waa very heavy:
Five furlongs—Midget won, Horace
Leland second, Sanford third; time, 1:12.
Five furlongs—Burrell's Billet won,
Billy Duncan second, Consignee third;
time, 1:11^.
Five and one-half furlongs—Volunteer
won, Brieco second, Sam Farmer third;
time, 1:20}.,.
Seven furlongs—Outcry won, Pretti
wit second, The Ban third; time, 1:44.
Six furlongs—Dixie V. won, Xaeao
second, Chris S. third; time, 1:28.
If tinging on a Blender Thread.
St. Louis, Feb. 28.—A special to the
Republic from the City of Mexico saye:
Chairman Wilson is reported not co well
today, liis temperature is up to 102
degrees. It is supposed the crisis has
arrived at last. The watchers in the
special car are very anxious tonight, as
Wilson is bo very weak that his life
seems to hang by a very slender tbread.
An Insurance Comcany Aeslgne.
Louibvili.k, Ky., Feb. 28.—The Co
lumbian Fire Insurance company of
America assigned today to 8. H. Sulli
van. Its assets are about $200,000, with
contingent liabilities of $125,000.
Princess Colonna's Journey.
Lovelock, Nev., Feb. 28.—Princess
Colonna and party, in a private car,
passed here at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
They distributed money freely to a score
of Indians at the train side.
A Terrible Disaster.
London, Feb. 28.—A dispatch to the
Standard from Shanghai Bays an ex
plosion took place in a coal mine at
Shanennng and 450 persons were killed.
Signed by the Governor.
Albany, N. V., Feb. 28.—The Greater
New York bill has been signed by the
governor.
Buoklen'e Arnica Salve.
The beat salve ia the world for cuts, bruises,
■ores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter,
chapped bauds, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay
required. It la guarantee* to give perfect sat
isfaction or money refunded. rTlce 25 cents
Eur box. For tale by CF. Helnseman, 22' iN.
lain utreet,
PRIZE FIGHTERS IN COURT.
The Trial of Corhett. and Mitchell Be.
jrun at Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, Fit*, Feb. 28 —A large
crowd assembled tbis morning at the
criminal court to witness the opening of
the trial of Corbett and Mitchell, and
others connected with the recent prize
fight. Corbett was first to appear, coon
followed by Mitchell and Joe Vendig, J.
E. T. Bowden, Harry Mason, C. E.
Richardson. Lou Sihler, R. H. McMillan,
B. F. Blake, members of tbe Duval
Athletic club, and Billy Thompson and
W. A. Brady, abettors.
The trial of Corbett was first begun,
and its result will decide the others.
He it charged with engaging in a fight
in accordance with a previous arrange
ment, and then and tbere "beating,
bruising, wounding and maltreating one
Charles Mitchell." A plea of not guilty
waa entered, and the selection of a jury
began. Finally six men, that number
only being required by the Florida law
in misdemeanor cases, were secured.
Two jurors were negroes, and four farm
ers of Dnval county.
After a short recess the examination
of witnesses began. The state estab
lished the fact that the fight was by
"previous appointment," which is for
bidden by tbe Florida law, but did not
fare to well when an attempt was made
to establish malice.
When tbe court adjourned in the aft
ernoon the state still had several wit
nesses to examine. The impression left
by today's developments is that a con
viction is impossible.
BOALPLBS' TICKETS.
The Paelflo Const Steamship Company
Befuses to Honor Them.
San Francisco, Feb. 28.—There was a
merry lime at the dock today when the
steamer Santa Rosa sailed for southern
ports. The Pacific Coast Steamship'
company issued a new schedule of pas
senger rates from all points on the coast
to San Francisco, giving the people a
chance to visit the midwinter fair at
reasonable figures. Passenger traffic
greatly increased, but many passen
gers sold their return tickets to
scalpers, who in turn sold them to
other people. The steamship company
discovered what was going en, and to
day when tbe Santa Rosa sailed refused
to honor return tickets unless held by
tbe person to whom they were originally
issued. About 20 tickets were taken up
in this manner, and the pausengers who
had bonght tickets from scalpers made
complaints long and loud. Similar
scenes were transacted when the Co
lumbia sailed for Pnget sound.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
San Diego, Feb. 28.—Judgment was
rendered for plaintiff today by Judge
Puterbangh in the foreclosure suit of
tbe People's Home Savings bank "s. C.
L. McComber, administrator of tne es
tate of Freeman McComber, deceased, et
al. The action was brought to recover
130,000 loaned to the defendants by
plaintiffs in May, 1889, and to secure
the payment of which a mortgage was
given on about 300 acres of the Monaer
rat ranch, situated a few miles from
Oceanside. Tbe judgment amounts to
about $40,000, and the sheriff ia directed
to foreclose on the property under due
process of law.
Mayne Out on Ball.
San Francisco, Feb. 28.—Clinten E.
Mayne, who was arrested on Tuesday,
charged with obtaining $3000 from
Michael Irwin through fraudulent
means, was released from the custody of
the sheriff this afternoon, on bonds in
tbe sum of $0000. The bonds were
accepted by Superior Judge Belcher.
Mayne had no difficulty in securing
sureties, lie was permitted to see his
bondsmen in company with Deputy
Sheriff Donovan.
Field Tries to Get Out of Jail.
New York, Feb. 27.—E*dward M.
Field moved before Justice Patterson
of the supreme court today for bis re
lease from Ludlow street jail, by order
of a supersedeas to override his com
mitment, in the action of Charles Nette,
of the firm of Nette Bros., dentists, to
recover $1800. Decision was reserved
by Justice Patterson, who gave counsel
until tomorrow to submit further pa
pers.
Antl-Optlon Bllla Denounced.
Chicago, Feb. 28. —Leading traders
from a dozen commercial centers held a
secret meeting at the Chicago board of
trade last night and passed resolutions
denouncing the Hatch anti-option bill
and Senator George's anti-option meas
ure. It ia understood several delegates
will be sent to Washington to fight the
proposed legislation.
Death of Judge McDIU.
Crkston, la., Feb. 28. —Judge J. W.
McDill of the interstate commerce com
mission, died tbis morning of typhoid
fever, aged 60. He was prominent in
state and national politics, and had
served as district judge, member of con
gress and United States senator, in ad
dition to tbe office be held at the time
of his death.
Students' Volunteer Movement.
Detroit, Feb. 28.—The eecond inter
national convention of the Detroit vol
unteer movement for foreign missions
met here this evening. Twelve hun
dred delegates from all parts of the
world, representing over 40 denomina
tions and between 200 and 300 colleges,
will attend the sessions.
A Fishing Bchooner Lost.
Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 28. —The
fishing Bchooner Henrietta, which left
for the banks of Newfoundland Novem
ber 23d, is given up for lost. She has
not been heard from since January 3d.
It ie supposed she foundered in the gale
of February 12Jb. She had 14 men on
board.
No Woman Suffrage In lowa.
Deb Moines, la., Feb. 28.—A resolu
tion for submission to a vote of the peo
ple a constitutional amendment granting
women tbe right of suffrage at all elec
tions, and to hold any state office, was
defeated in the senate tbis afternoon, 20
to 26,
In Hunters' Paradise.
Norfolk, Va.. Feb. 28.—The light
house steamer Violet, with President
Cleveland and party, passed North
RWer light about 8 o'clock today, and is
now in Albemarle sound.
Death of a Noted Divine.
Chicago, Feb. 28.—Rev. Dr. R. W.
Patterson, one of the best known Pres
byterian ministers in tbe country,
died at Kvanston this morning.
Wisconsin Boater Case.
Madison, Wis., Feb. 28. —The hearing
in tbe roster conspiracy trial was occu
pied today with a continuation of the
opening arguments of counsel.
Postmaster Foster of Lubee, Me., writes
that after the Grip, Hood's Sarsaparilla brought
him out of a feeble, nervouscondltion, in to
completo strength and health.
Hood's Pills have won high praise for
their prompt and efficient set, easy action,
LOS ANGELES HEKALLJ, THUBSJ3AY MORNING, MAKUM 1, 18M4.
DONJAN'S DESERTS.
The Letter-Writing Crunk Get* a Term
In the Penitentiary.
Baltimore, Feb. 28.—Joseph Donjan,
who ee-t a threatening postal catd to
Vice-President Stevenson, was tried in
tbe United Stateß district court today
on tbe charge of violating the postal
laws. The jury, after a brief considera
tion, returned a verdict of guilty, and
Judge Morris sentenced Donjan to the
penitentiary for IS months.
Associated Press Converts
Chicago. Feb. 28.—The Canton, 0.,
Repository, the Piqua, 0., Call and the
Springfield, 0., Republic-Times have
signed contracts for 90 years with the
Associated Press. The service begins
March Ist.
Chicago, Feb. 28—The Memphis
Evening Scimetar, the leading afternoon
daily of Memphis and one of the princi
pal daily alternoon papers in the south,
has abandoned the United Press and
joined the Associated Press. The service
begins tomorrow.
Your Family
should be
provided with the
well-known emergency
medicine,
AVER'S
CHERRY PECTORAL
The best remedy for all
diseases of the
Throat and Lungs.
Prompt to act,
Sure to Cure
ANGELES^
MEDICAL & SURGICAL
INSTITUTE,
241 8. Main St., Los Angeles, t'al.
(No fee until cured.)
The leading SPECIALISTS In tha West, and
OLDEST SPECIALISTS on the Coast.
Many years of practice in Europe
and America.
DISEASES of the BLOOD and SKIN,
As Scrofula, Rheumatism, Ecxema,
svi'Hilis, etc., causing ulcers, eruptions,
pain In bones, swelling of joints, enlarged
glands, mucous patches in mouth, falling hair
and many other symptoms, are quickly re
moved, and ail poisou thoroughly ami perma
nently eradicated from the system by purely
Vegetable Treatment.
Spermatorrhoea, linpotency, Nervous
Debility, etc., resulting from youthful indis
cretion, excesses in matured years, and tuber
causes, inducing some of the lollowlng symp
tom, as dizziness, confusion of Ideas, de
fective memory, aversion to society,
blotches, emissions, exhaustion, etc, etc.,
are permanently cured.
TTTO TIM ADV KIDNKTft BLADDKR
U JtVllN AiX I , troubles, Weak Back, In
continence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture and
Varicocele are quickly and perfeo'ly enred.
CONSULT US in person or by letter FIRST,
and time will be gained, money saved, and
years of buffering averted.
OT?TVTT?TVrRTrT? WE PROMISE notn
tS.CjaLlldaLDCjl\., ing that we can not
guarantee, and that age, integrity and life-long
experience do not justify.
Medicines sent anywhere by mall or express
secure from observation. Consultation free
and invite 1. Office hours 'J to 4, 7to 8; buu
day 10 to 13.
T A l\TTlfl Who may be suffering from
All r\7\ any of the ills peculiar to
J-I-TX.L/ 1U« their Bex will do well to
call and consult the doctors. COME AND BE
HEALED. It matters not what your trouble
may be, come and let the doctors examine your
case. If it is curable they will tell you s.t.
Call and satisfy yourself that the doctors un
derstand your cue.
n I rp I T"i T"« TT CURED by our own
I, A I A KKH special method, the
OniAllll il only true way. Call
and investigate our treatment. It coats you
nothing.
DISEASES OF
Eye, Ear, Nose TH^AT
SCIENTIFICALLY TREATED.
Los Angeles Medical 4 Surgical Institute
241 S. MAIN ST,
Rooms 1,3, 5 and 7.
SOMETHING NEVVT
THOS. GREEN,
Butcher and Pork-curer,
618 W. SEVENTH STREET,
Hereby Informs the public that he will open
on Friday, March 2d,
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
With a select quality of Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Poultry, Fish, Hams and Bacon, Butter
and EKgB.
Hoping to merit the patronage of the citizens
of Lob Angeles, he cans attention to the fact
that he has had an experience of thirty years
In the business, and will guarantee satisfaction
io those who give him a call. 8-1 7t
of Southern California;
{ 152 N. Spring St., Los Angeles. <
) O&PITAL 6TOOK, • 100.000, f
| —DIREOTORS- >
< J. H. BRALY, Preat. BIMON MAIER, V.-P. t
j W. D.WOOLWINE.Caahr. A.H.BRALY, See. J
J H. JEVNE, W. O. PATTERSON, F. A. GIBSON, j
O. N. HASBON, R. W. POINDEJCrERJ
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
Main Office: LOS ANGELES.
Wholesale Yard at BAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda
Aiuaa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Los Angelas
tnd Pomona. Cargoes furnished to otder.
Baker Iron. Works
960 TO 806 BURBA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANQEUES, GAL.
AiJetftiM tke Bontaorn Paelflo frevvnes, TSsV
_JgaM»»eia*, Ml
35 SAT IS PI ED! Hp"J
EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD WHO HAS PURCHASED I
GOODS AT THE I
CITY OP PARIS I
DRY GOODS STORE I
Is Satisfied, Not Only With the Goods and Prices, But Satis- I
fled that No Other Store in This City Has, Does, Will I
or Can Sell as Cheaply as This Establishment. I
,i -■ -■- ■ --■ ■ ■— '' —
I
Because the Business MUST Be Closed Out. The Goods MUST Be Sold, 1
and as Much Money Realized as the Public is Willing to • I
Exchange for Goods. The Order is 1
"Sell! Sell! Sell! Close It Out'
AND THAT IS WHAT IS BEING DONE. I I
A PRICES TALK! AI
Select your goods, and make money I
W by saving it. PAY NOBODY A Ml
h—i PROFIT. Any price that others ask I
for their goods will be discounted here. I
f Everybody invited to attend this sale, I
v , which is I
(J) A WAR ON PRICES!
fV i Store crowded from 8 a.m., until 6 p.m. I
HH The only store in this city that is busy from
T j morning until night. L
Ask your neighbor about the wonderful ba£
' j gains at the
jr CITY of PARIS SI
DRY GOODS I
YA full and complete line in every department. \X
Goods are going at a rate.
Attend this sale.
CITY OF PARIS, ~
203-207 N. SPRING ST^EEtJ

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