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A TOWN SWEPT BY FIRE
Total Destruction of Cameron,
West Virginia
THE INHABITANTS HOMELESS
A Special Relief Train With an Engine
Wrecked
The Engineer and Fireman Killed and Others
Severely Injured -Destructive Fires
at Other Places
Associated Press special Wire.
WHEELING, W. Va., June 0. The
town of Cameron, W. Va., ;i place of 1500,
on ttie Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
twenty-eight miles east of Wheeling, was
almost entirely destroyed tonight, and
the homeless people are camping on the
hills that surround the ruins.
The fire broke out about 10 o'clock in
Fitzgerald's livery stable and spread rap
idly. The tewn was without lire appara
tus and help was asked from Wheeling.
An engine was placed on a spec ial train
and started for Cameron at once.
A special dispatch at 1 o'clock ' this
(Monday) morning, says the entire town
north of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
lias This mc ludes all tlie
business section of the place. Tho only
building leit standing is that of the rail
road company. The fire fighiers are worK
ing hard to keep it from burning. Several
buildings are burning on the street Tur
ning north from the Crawford house.
Many of the inhabitants have lost all
they possessed and are entirely destitute.
The loss will probably ieach (100,000.
The telegaph operator in the Baltimore
and Ohio building expects each minute
to have to fly for his life, and wires that
lie can hear the failing ol the bricks near
him.
l:i>0 a. m. — ft has just been learned that
the special train that left Wheeling with
a lire engine for the Cameron lire now
raging, was wrecked ten miles this side
of Cameron and that the engineer and
tireman were killed.
The special Burlington and Ohio train
carrying the Wheeling lire engine and
reel'to the relief of the burning town of
Cameron jumped tbe track near Hosby's
Kock at 1:45 this morning ana went
down a lifty-foot embankment. Engi
neer Pat Duffy of Wheeling is in the lire
under the wreck and is undoubtedly
dead. Dick Donohue, jr, of Wheeling, is
also reported killed. A brakeman was
badly hurt. The special contained besides
the Wheeling firemen, several Wheeling
persons. All of them escaped with alight
injuries. W. S. Paris, city editor ot tiie
Intelligencer, was slightly hurt about the
arms. The lire engine and hose reel were
mined.
OTHER FIRES
Two Planing nills and a SHk Factory
Burned
i KALAMAZOO, Mich., June !)—Fire
this afternoon, which is thought to have
been started by tramps, destroyed Ew
ing & Sons' extensive planing mill, door
and blind works and lumber yard and
seven brick and frame stores. Ewing'a
loss will reach $1511,000; insurance, $10(1, -
000. The total loss is about $200,000; in
surance, $118,000.
BALTIMOKK.June fl.— Storrick's plan
ing mill and lumber yards, ten dwellings
on Kast Monument street and nine dwell
ings on North Front street, in the reai
and to the westward, wero guttea, and
nine adjacent dwellings were more or
less damaged by a (ire which broke out
shortly before noon today. The propjrty
loss is placed at $12~>,ouu. One hundred
people were rendered homeless. Tiie in
surance aggregates $50,000.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass., June 9.—-The
Warren silk mills were burned this even
ing. Loss, $150,000. About 150 hands
will be thrown out of employment. To
tal loss, $100,000; insurance $00,000.
BRADFORD, Pa., Jnne9.—The forest
tires of last week began burning liercely
again yesteruay and ure still burning, it
was thought tlie recent rains hail started
vegetation sufficiently to prevent fur
ther trouble. Fires are reported in the
vicinity of the Kane oil field, and a force
of men is fighting tlie flames. No dam
age has been done so far. A destructive
tire was burning at Sugar linn, a small
lumber town eighteen miles west of
here, today, and destroyed a trestle on
the Alleghany and Konza railroad. A
laree amount of timber lias been burned.
MILWAUKEE, June 9.—Fire broke out
in the yards of the Foster I,umber com
pany, on East Water street, at - o'clock
this morning. The tlauies spread to the
coal yards of B. Fiirig <fc Co. and to the
steamer Ualeigh, Which was moored at
the coal docuta. The Raleigh was de-
Biroyed and the schooner Lucy Graham is
also on lire. She is loaded with 000 tons
of coal and lumber.
2:.'55 a. ni.—Tho fire is spreading to tbe
Galluu tannery and Schlitz brewery
barns, and the loss bids fair to be more
than $500,000.
'■'> a. m.—The fire is under control anil
th (iallun tannery will not be burned.
The Raleigh is a total loss. The entire
loss will probably reach $400,000.
LAID AT REST
Funeral of John W. Parks of Atlanta Largely
Attended
NASHVILLE, Term. June 9.—The
funeral of John W. Parks of Atlanta in
Mount Olivet cemetery this afternoon
was one of the largest ever seen in Nash
ville. The ceremonies were in charge of
the Masons and there were 460 of theni in
lino. Tbe I'nited Order of American
Mechanics was represented by .'ioo mem
bers and the A. P. A. had at least 250.
Parks formerly lived here but died in
Atlanta. His remains were sent here for
interment aud he being a Catholic, they
were taken to Mount Calvary. There
they were refused interment because the
Masons wero askeo to conduct the cero
monies. Parks' mother then purchased
a lot in Mount Olivet, where,, the remains
were interred.
Death of an Insurance Swindler
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 9.—Eli Qufgleyg
tlie Mount Air physician who was con
victed and sentenced to the penitentiary
a few years ago for arson and attempt
ing to defraud life insuriincec companies
out of $15,000, has just died In Douglas
City, Washington, being a fugitive from
justice. He escaped from the oflicers
wiiiie being taken to to tho penitentiary.
Qtligley lobbed a grave and put the body
in hi* office, setting lire to the building
and destroying it. The Charred remains
of a man were found, but Qui*ley was
captured belore his relative* could collect
the Insurance.
Suicide by Strychnine
WALLA WALLA, June 9.—Dan Camer
on, son of Alex Cameron, ex-member of
the legislature from this county and
brother of Deputy Warden Cameron, com
mitted suicide early this morning by
taking stryebnine. He had been drink
ing heavily ol late. About 1 o cluck this
morning be went to a saloon, and after
writing a letter tt> his mother saying iie
wis going to take his life, swallowed a
large amount of strychnine, deatli result
ing about 4 a.rr.
Turkhan Pasha, late of Crete, has been
appointed minister of foreign affairs*
Turkhan Pasha has been mentioned as a
probable appointee of the sultan lo the
position ol governor-general ot Armenia.
THE GRAND PRIX OF PARIS
A Brilliant Scene on the French
Racecourse
THE FAVORITE WAS BEATEN
Edmond Blanc's Andre Wins the Great
Event
\ it il Hi si inguished Americans Were Pres
ent—The Event Surpassed the Pre
vious Prench Derby.
Associate 1 Press Special Wire.
PARIS, June -The race for the
grand prix of Paris today was won by
M. Ediuond Blanc's Andre, Viscount
d'Harconrt'a Cheerbourg was second, and
Baron A. de Schickler's Le Sagittairc,
third.
Ttie race \ was witnessed by a large
crowd of English and Americans, while
political and social Paris did everything
to make the event this year even more
magnificent than during past years. The
environs of the Grand course formed a
scene of raro beauty, costumes of bril
liant colors rising teriace-liko on all sides.
So dense was tbe throng that at times
motion was almost, impossible in tlie vi
cinity of tlie places where mutual! were
being sold. The air was warm and close
and several light showers during the day
wero welcomed by the thousands present.
There was only enough rain to cool the
atmosphere and lay the dust.
President Faure,shortly before 4 o'clock
inspected the sixteen starters in tlie pad
dock,paying special attention to the gen
eral favorite, Omnium, The trial gallop
took place at 4:80, Cheerbourg showing
up in cood form. Betting on Andre was
10 to 1, Cheerbourg Sto 1, and La sagit
tairo 12 to 1.
All of the sixteen starters in the race
started well together. M. Albert Me
rger's Maugiron took tho lead, followed
by tho favorite. Omnium. tn entering
tire stretch Le Justiciar led. Le Sag
ittaire, who had been gradually improv
ing nis position, then came to the iront
and appeared to havo th race at his mer
cy,when Andre came with a rush an won
by two lengths. M. de Sain-Atary's
Omnium, tlie favorite, finished seventh.
Tho English horses were among the last
♦ive. Time, :>:2H.
None of the Americans came in mail
coaches, as had been expected. Among
the Americans present were I'nited
States Ambassador J. B. Eustis and Con
sul General B.E. Morse, with their wives,
ex-Secretary Webb and Clarence Mackay.
Among others in attendance wero the
Count and Countess Do Castellane,
Dutchess Luiness, Comptesse Dlvoneo,
Princess Casaaman and Princess Polignac.
The defeat of tlie favorite was witnessed
in silence by the disappointed thousands
present. Tlie whole raco seemed decid
edly uncertain from start to finish.
THE LONDON* MARKETS
Plenty of Money Offered Chile-The Stock
Exchange Quiet
LONDON, June U.—The Chilean loan
which has just been Hoated here was cov
ered twenty times over, the terms of the
loan being regarded as especially advan
tageous by European financiers.
There lias been considerable disappoint
ment because ol the exclusion of London
bankers from taking nart in the Chilean
loan recently guaranteed by Russia, and
this kept money rather weak during the
paat week. The stock exchange since
the holidays has been ipilet to dull.less.
Tlie demand for gilt-edge securities for
investment has been as keen as cvar, but
other securities nave been demanded in
certain direction! only when business
has been realizing profits. Prices havo
been generally depressed.
The Spanisli markets have been weak
because of the Cuban troubles, while the
porte's refusal to grant the Armenian
reforms bas kept the foreign market ex
tremely dull.
South American securities have been
fiat, and even tlie South African mining
shares have been dull.
Business lias been restricted to these,
being Mexican securities. Canadians re
main at a low price.
American securities, except the best
class bonds, have relapsed. Despite the
improving nature of the traffic returns,
tho general public has not recovered from
the feeling of timidity, and as soon as
holders see a small profit they hasten to
take it.
Lake Shores wore up All others
were down during tlie week. Reading
firsts and Erie seconds lost :i per cent,
I'nion Pacific and Northern Pacific 1%,
Denver and Missouri Pacific 1, Other
losses were fractional.
SOCIALISTS AND THE POLICE
A Lively Engagement in the Streets of
Vienna
Attempt to Rescue a Prisoner Precipitated
the Trouble -A Number of the
Officers Injured
VIENNA, June 9.—The long expected
conflict between woikingmen and the po
lie took place today. Ten thousanu la
borers gathered on tho streets of tbe city,
according to a preconcerted arrangement,
and Depuy i'emcrstorfer nnd other social
ist leaders made speeches to the crowd,
Upon tlie arrival of tbe police they de
clared the meeting illegal and requested
the audience to disperse.The crowd noisily
separated, but tlie arrest of a man named
Felgl caused a collision between tbe po
lice and the s ciulists.who tried to rescue
the prisoner.
Tbe police were stoned and many small
lights occurred in various portions of the
city. A mounted inspector had his arm
torn off and was nearly pulled off bis
Jior.se. Another inspector was thrown
and kicked in the abdomen. Three police
were.injured by tbe shower of stones.
Nineteen socialists nave been placed un
der arrest.
RUPTURE
To tbe people who are suffering from
rupture. Professor Joseph Kandry,
formerly of Berlin, Germany, now of
Santa Barbara, is a practical rupture spe
cialist nnd Iruss manufacturer. Infor
mation free whereby you can become
cured. Those having tried all kinds ol
patent, trusses and found no relief, also
nave given up all hope, to those people 1
am calling their attention and especially
ask them to send me their address.
Santa Fe to Santa Monica
Trains leave dally at !» a. D 3., 10 a. m.,
1: iv p. m., 5:28 p. in.
latest Building News
Rend Builder and Contractor, oflice 13" 8.
Ilroad v ay.
A. A. Eckstroni tias removed to 324 South
Spring btreet with hisstock of wall paper.
Wall paper nousc of tne coast. 328 .8 Spring
Wall paper hunt? 10c a roll. 32* S. Spring.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold M**' lj| JUiduriniM 1 -» >•■ a***wrm+*
LOS AXGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1895.
TO ESCAPE FROM THE HEAT
Justice Stephen J. Field Arrives
on the Coast
CHANGES IN THE CABINET
Tlie Jurist Pronounces Mr. Olney a
Very Able Man
Judge Field Sayi That Sentiment Is (trowing
In Favor of Taking Posscsslon oi
the Nicaragua Canal
Associated rrcss Special Wire.
SAN FRANCISCO, june f.—Justice
i Stephen J. Field arrived from Washing
: ton today and will leinain on the coast
| several months. Witli him are Mrs.
Field, Mrs. J. Condit-Smith, Miss Con
dit•Smith and Miss [Mary O. Condit-
Smith.
Judge Field says that ho came out on
i account of his health and to get away
I from the heat of the east and into the
I cool breezes of Win Francisco. His
knee, which was injured many years
' ago, is giving him considerable trouble,
j Judge Field had heard of tho appoint
i ment of Mr. Harmon as attorney-gene-
I ral but did not remember him. Speaking
of Mr. Olnev the new secretary of state,
he said: "Mr. Olney is a very able man.
I have no idea, however, what his
position will be on questions of foreign
policy. There is a great deal of feeling
in the east that we should have a more
decided foreign policy.
' The sentiment is growing very much
in favor of tiie United States taking
possession of and opening up tlie Nica
ragua canal. What Mr. Olney's position
on that subject will be 1 cannot say.
"i am sure that the feeling all over
the I'nited States is in favor of that
canal. Admiral Amnion lately told me
in Washington that if Mr. Cleveland had
not withdrawn from the senate the treaty
with Nicaragua, which ceded the
United States control 'of a canal and
granted land ten miles ou each side, it
WOtild have been completed Aye years
ago. I have strong impression that Mr.
Cleveland is more, in favor of tho project
now, ana 1 think that is the general im
pression in the east.
"Senator alter senator with whom 1
have spoken speak of the building of the
canal by this country as a thing that is
bound to take place soon.
"My opinion is that it would change
the commerce of the western world as
much as the Suez canal changea the com
merce of the eastern world. It seems
amasing to me that anyone would havo
any objection to it. California and all
the people from British Columbia down
along the whole Paofflc coast have an im
mense interest in it.
"I remember a conversation with Mr.
Chase, who said that There aro certain
great events in the history of the world
that stamp character on countries, and
spoke of tlie completion of tlie Suez canal
as one of the great historical events, and
then ho passed on to the subject of some
interoceanic canal between the Atlantic
and Pacific.
"It would redound greatly to th 3 honor
of a country that would carry it through,"
WAS LURED TO HIS DEATH
W. H. Chappell Shot and Killed at
Omaha
The Tratredv Occurred in a Residence and a
Woman Claims Responsibility
for the Crime
OMAHA, June o.—About 7 o'clock this
morning W. H. Chappell was shot and
instantly killed at tho home of James
Ish in this city. He had sold the family
a sewing machine ana nail been sum
moned several times to lis it and was
sent for Saturday. He came this evening
instead, and according to tho story told
by Mrs. Ish, attempted to assault her
while her husband was in another part of
the house. She claims that when she
screamed Chappell diew a revolver, but
that she grabbed it from his hand and
Commenced shooting at him. Her hus
band rushed into the room revolver in
liana, and Mrs. Ish says she grabbed that
revolver also and continued the shooting.
In all nine shots were lired,four of which
struck Chappell.
Mrs. Ish was placed in custody, but
later developments indicate that it is like
ly the woman's husband did the shoot
ing, and that the assault story was told
to screen him. The letters found on the
person of the dead man show conclusive
ly that he and Mrs. Ish had been unduly
intimate.
Chappeli came hero from Kansas City,
where he was formerly a detective m
the employ of one of the railroads. He
leaves a widow and one child.
THE NATIONAL BANKS
Report o( the Comptroller of the Currency—A
Large Increase
WASHINGTON, June B.—The abstracts
of the report made by the comptroller of
the currency showing the condition of all
tlie national banks in tlie United Stales
on May 7th ibowa the total resources to
be $3,410,002,491, au increase ol $31,499,
--952 since March sth, when the last call
was made.
The amount ot loans ami discounts in
creased from $1,951,846,882 to $1,978,604.
--■lls. The lawful reserve was $884,105,577
(a decrease of $173,000,) of which $177,
--000,000 wan gold coin and gold certificates,
$11.01)0,000 silver and silver certificates,
and $146,000,000 lagal tenders. The
amount of individual deposits bad in
creased from $1,667,845,886 to $1,690,961,
--289,
The showing is considered good. The
loans and discounts increased about $25,*
000,000 nnd deposits about $21,000,000.
Tho gold holding* are practically un
changed.
Omaha Worklngmen Protest
OMAHA, Juno II.—A mass meeiing of
tho working men of Omaha was held to
day to lake action on tho recent refusal
of tlie supreme court to grant a writ of
habeas corpus in the case of K. V. Uebbs.
The hall was packed witli working men.
Speeches were made by Auguat BTerman,
J{ev. Alexander F. Irvino and "General
Kelly of Industrial Army renown. The
following resolution, introduced by Kelly,
was adopted :
Resolved, That we, the working men of
Omaha, in mass meeting assembled, de
nounce tlie action of the court as arbi
trary and unjust and calculated to des
troy the confidence of the masses in the
integrity of the judiciary of tho putted
States.
Commencement at Princeton
PRINCETON, X. J., June il.—The ex
ercises of conimeuemcint week were be
gun this morning in tne chapel by a
baccalaureate sermon to tho class of r BS.
The friends and relatives of the gradu
ates crowded tbe building to its utmost
capacity. Several months ago the faculty
invited President I'atton to preach a ser
mon in memory of Dr. J. MoOoab, who
died hist November. Dr. i'atton accepted
tho invitation by making the subject of
baccalaureate the story of the life ol
Princeton's £f?2t president
MORE MURDERS PLANNED
The Turkish Government After
Nestorian Christians
FORCING TAX PAYMENTS
The Independent Tribes Are to Be
Starved Out
A Special Correspondent Tells of the
Deplorable Condition of the People. ,
More Atrocities
Associated Press Special Wire
BOSTON, June 9.—A correspondent of
tho Associated Press, writing under uate
of Djulfa, Russia, May 7th, says:
Tho Turkish government, it is claimed,
has just taken preliminary steps in what
may result in a massacre of Nestorian
hristians in ttie mountains of Kurdis
tan, it i» asserted that tiie government
has given orders to starve the independ
ent tribes uf Nestorinns in that mountain
region immediately west of Gawar, which
may be described as lying about midway
between Mosul and Lake Van and about
fifty miles west of the Persian frontier.
Tlie order is that no food supplies of
any kind shall be allowed to enter tho
territory of the independent tribes, and
measures aro said to have been taken
to enforce these orders to the letter.
This again is apparently taken ns a
means of compelling the independent
tribes to submit tn the Turkish authori
ties and to pay the taxes demanded by
the government, aud is regarded as the
lirst serious attempt that the Turks have
inado to extort taxes from the independ
ent tribes.
from the earliest times in tho history
of the Ottoman empire these tribes have
been independent (if Turkish rule. They
have paid no ta.\es and they nave ac
knowledged no allegiance to the Turkish
government. The present course oi tho
government is taken in some quarters as
an indication that the sultan has set on
foot a systematic persecution of Chris
tians in* nil parts of the empire. Tlie
sultan has plenty of opportunity for
knowing that the independent Nestoriana
are too poor to pay taxes, and that many
of them make a living by going down
into ttie villages of their less wretched
fellow countrymen and begging. These
poor creatures, according tt) the story, arc
to be starved becauso they will not. share
with the sultan of Turkey the scrans of
bread, the refuse bits of meat and the
odds and erida Which the} obtain by bog
ging.
Their homes aro in a wilderness of
mountain peaks and narrow rocky val
leys, where nothing will grow except a
tuft of broom corn here and thero in the
crevices of tho rocks of the mountain
sides and a iaw stocKs of millet in a cas
ual square yard of soil in tlie valleys. It
Is not difficult to forecast the probable
result of the starvation of this raco of
beggars should tho report turn out to bo
correct.
" Priven desperate by hunger tho people
will endeavor to obtain foot! from Oawar
anu ot tho outsido districts,and there will
bo fights with the Turkish troops, the vil
lages will be attacked and some of the
wretched people will be killed, and no
man can prophesy where tlie persecution
will end.
"I have just returned from a rapid
journey to the Ivudili mountains for the
purpose ol investigating the report that
fourteen villages had been attacked and
devastated by a raid of Kurds last week.
Fhe original rumor had R that tbe Kurds
hod massacred many Christians, and
had carried off women and girls to tho
mountains.
',After riding day and night to reacli
the scene of tbe raid, at length arrived
at the Merguvier valley, which lies like
the bottom of a bjat beneath huge moun
tains covered from base to summit witli
almost unbroken expanses of snow. It
was in this valley that the raid took
place. It is said a band ot Kurds from
the mountains had raided fourteen vil
lages in tbis valley, but the raid was
directed against other Kurds, and not
against Ctmstians. There wero a -few
Nestorian Christians living in the valley,
but they were not molested in any way.
"As this was not a lace noi a religious
raid, it. will probably little interest those
outside of the valley. I regret to say
that Mr. Pal on, tbeßritlsh consulate gen
eral in Tebriz. Persia, is very much in
distavur with the gentlemen who are con
ducting the Armenian revolutionary
movements* Tn spite of the fact that
Mr. Palon lias been collecting evidence
of ihe s>assoun and Moorish massacre for
tho use oi the British, the Armenians
look upon him as a spy. They may go
to the length of doing him bodily harm.
"Tho '-losing of the caravan routes to
Van has rendered more acute the suffer
ing from famine in the devastated |dis
fricts near Van. The only hope ot relief
is now cut off."
The rtoosh Commission Dissolved
Constantinople advices from Moosfa are
to the effect that the Moosh commission
has practically dissolved. The , English
consul appointed at ISitlis lias heen in
structed to go t<« Moosh before the com
mission leaves, as the Armenians fear a
resumption of the attacks if there is no
person at Moosh to represent the powers
there.
Additional reports received indicate
that tbe Moosh commission closed on
Friday, in far as the work of tho Euro
pean delegates is concerned. They were
compelled to tell tbe Turkish delegates
that they could have nothing more to do
with them. From tlie lirst the attitude
of ttie Turkish delegates iias been invar
iably and increasingly dishonest. Accord
ing U> tbe stato.ucnts of those interested
in flip workings of tlie commission, the
representatives of tbe sultan have not
manifested honor, truth or decency.
Thoy have made nc effort to determine
the causes of the outrages in Armenia.
The rupture between tho Turkish and the
European commissioners was caused by
the refusal of the Turkman purely farcical
grounds, to hear important witnesses on
matters pertaining to questions at issue.
It was evident that tlie Turks were afraid
tbe tissue of falsehoods that they have
thrown around tiie situation in Armenia
would be taken down. The European
commissioners will call tbe report of the
Tuiks into question for purposes of as
certaining whether the high otiioials of
any state claiming to bo civilized ever
have taken the position assumed by the
Turks during the meetings of this com
mission. It is only fair to say that their
every action has been prompted and sanc
tioned or ratilied directly by the highest
author ties.
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sia, heartburn, torpid liver,diz
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Go by the book, l'ills 10* and
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REINFORCEMENTS FOR CUBA
A Large Number of Troops
Sent to De Campos
FIGHT IN THE MOUNTAINS
Merchant Vessels to Be Used ia Guard
ing the Coast
Pitting Out of Filibustering Parties In the
United States Causes Alarm— Secretary
Herbert Refuses to Talk
Associated Prosy Ppecial Wire.
HAVANA, Juno II. — The steamer Julia
lias arrived at tiibar, bringing a large
number of troops and lias returned to
I'orto liico for further reinforcements.
Other steamers will also bring additional
troops for Marshal de Campos.
Marshal de Campos lias consulted with
Bono* Castcllanos, the minister of the
colon fee, for the purpose of exempting
Cuba from eeitain unfavorable terms of
tbe general tariff revision.
Lieutenant Censo and Colonel Vassal a
sustained a severe lire in tbe Escand* II
mountains. The rebels, who occupied
a strong position were driven from their
strongholds. They lost all their ammu
nition, their banner and threo dead and
several wounded, Threo of the troops
were wounded.
No importance is attached to the upris
ing headed by the Marquis of Santa
Lucia. He is 72 years old and when ho
left Puerto Principe numbered among
his followers only a few young men and
boys. Marshal ile Campos is tireless in
liis movements and under liis leadership
the activity ol' the government forces
has been greatly increased. He has just
ordered five merchant steamers trans
tormed info cr.iisers and will use them
for the purpose of guarding the coast.
MADRID, .Mine 9—The commander of
the naval forces at Havana has been au
thorized To purchase ruercnant vessels
and utilize theni as cruisers for the pur
pose of preventing filibustering parties
and all partisans of the insurgents from
landing on the chores of Cuba.
WASH IN (i TO N, June P.—Score ta ry
Herbert tonight maintained a diplomatic
silenco when asked about the truth of the
renort that the department would send
one of its vessels to Key West witli in
structions to keep a sharp look out for
iihblistering parties leaving that and
other places in Florida in aid of the
Cuban insurgents, lie would not affirm
nor deny the statements made, preferring
not to speak of the matter at present, yet
not admitting that any step like that
indicated was in contemplation.
Rum on O. Williams, the consul-general
of the I'nited States to Havana, who is
on leave of absence from his post of duty,
is in tiie city. He is here presumably for
the pr poso of again seeing the state de
partment officials. Ile declined tonight
to say anything for publication concern
ing the report that he is persona nou
grata to the .Spanish government and
may not return to Havana.
Welcome Rains
LINCOLN, Neb., June U.™ The constant
rain of today and last night was most
welcome and had a good effect on grow
ing crops. The rain was general through*
out the state, exceeding one inch. Farm
ers say corn never looked better. It was
too Idle for wdieat and there will not be
much of a crop. Oats have revived won
derfully and will make a good crop.
Swelling: Their Records
NEW YORK. June !*.—• The new admin*
Istratlon of the police department seems
to have caused a revival of tho activity
on the part of the rank and lile In mak
ing arrests. During the week ending this
morning 437 arrests were recorded in sta
tion houses and central office blotters.
This number is almost unprecedented in
the history of the department.
DISCOVERY.
The invention of Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo. N. V.,
has, during the past thirty years, made a
record in the cure of bronchial, throat and
lung diseases that fairly entitles il to out
rank all other advertised remedies for these
affections. Kspecially has it manifested its
potency in curing consumption of the lungs.
Not every case, but we believe
Fully 98 Per Cent,
of all cases of consumption, in all its earlier
stages, are cured by Dr. Pierces Golden
Medical Discovery, even after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce repeated
bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering
cough with copious expectoration (includ
ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesh
and extreme emaciation and weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
reported tons as cured by "Golden Med
ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that
dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
our word for it. They have, in nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by the best
and most experienced home physicians,
who have no interest whatever in mis
representing them, and who were often
strongly prejudiced aud advised against
a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses, in curative power over this
fatal malady, all other medicines with
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and
mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these
cases and had either utterly failed to bene
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey,
and various preparations of the hypophos
phitcs had also been faithfully tried in vain,
The photographs of a large number of
those cured of consumption, bronchitis,
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies, have been
skillfully reproduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you, on re
ceipt of address and six cents in stamps.
You can then write those cured and learn
their experience.
Address for Book, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
DR. JORDAN & CO.'S
tdm GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
J IHWL 1051 Market St., San Francisco
S fiAft W (Between 6th and Vth St:=.)
1 ffHHfc \ G° ur n* l«*»r« how wonderfully you
kulf §V arc ~ILW' '' an * now '° avoid sickness
v\\ ft m? ll,i d disease. Muneuni enlarged with
l\ A thousands of new objects. Aduiis
** v Hon 25 cts.
Private Office— Same Hill I ding
lO.li Market Street-Diseases of men:
stricture, losb of manhood, diseases of the skin
and kidneys quickly cured without tho use ot mer
cury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send
fur book.
Old established and reliable practitioners.
POLAND Aadrt "
FOR' ROCK BARTHOLOMEW & CO.,
\\/A TED 218 W. FIRST ST.
PERRY, riOTT & CO.'S
LUMBER VMRD
ANII PLANING MILL",
I'M Commercial it,, Lv Ausolet, CaL
To Restore
hair which
has become thin,
and keep the scalp
clean and healthy, use
AVER'S
HAIR VIGOR
It prevents the hair
from falling out
or turning gray.
The best'
Dressing
iufl °'home testimonials
jffjß of wonderful cures—
mostly m women'i
Please send this to someone with Cancer
OU SEND ME THKIR NAMES.
MEN
THE CELEBRATED SPECIALISTS
still continue to treat
ilifooi oiifl Lung TrouDies. Ml, Asthma,
Broncnitis. Nervous, enronic and soeciai
Diseases ol Hen ond women.
YOUNG HEN
Suffering from the effects of youthful foil lei or
tndlscretloni, or who are troubled with Weak
ness, Loss of Memory, Despondency, Aversion
to Society, Kidney Troubles or any disease oi
the Genito Urinary Organs can here find a safe
und speedy cure. Charges reasonable, espe
cially to tho poor. CUKES G U AKA NTE ED.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN
There are many troubled with too frequent
evaeuationi of the bladder, often accompanied
by a slight smarting or burning sensation and
weakening oi the system in a manner the pa
tlenl cannot account for. On examining the
urinary deposits n ropy sediment will otten be
found, and sometimes particles of albumen
Will appear, or the color be of n thin, mllkish
hue, again changing to a dark turbid appear
ance. These ruses are frequently accompanied
by loss of sexual power or Lmpotency, but can
all be cured by proper treatment.
THE EFFECTS OF EARLY VICE
Are among the ills and weaknesses for which
they guarantee a cure.
PRIVATE, BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
Are speedily and permanently cured by them
NERVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DIS
ORDERS
Yield readily to their skillful treatment.
PILES, FISTULA, RECTAL ULCERS
Cured Without pain or detention from busi
ness.
HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE
Cured iv every case.
These famous specialists are more earnestly
engaged today than ever before in the noble
work of adding to human happiness and suv
ing thousands ot precious human liv es,
THEIR SUCCESS
Is based upon facts. First -Practical experi
enee. Second —Every ease is speciallystudied,
thus starling right. Third—Medicines aro pre
pared in our laboratory exactly to suit each
ease, thus effecting cures without Injury.
Calls made in city or country.
OFFICE HOURS
0t05,7 to 8. Sundays. 10 to 12,
Rooms 1, 3, 5 and 7.
Calls made in all parts of the city.
Los Angeles Medical
and Surgical
Institute
241 SOUTH MAIN ST.
DE VAN & CO.,
No. 229 West Second Street.
Commissions,
Grain,
Stocks.
Markets by Telegraph Every Fifteen
Minutes —Private Wire.
Lowest Margins and Commissions
Daily Market Report Mailed Free
Reference: NATIONAL BANK OF
CALIFORNIA.
HOTELS AND RESORTS
1 D A \fliM A ( ' or - Spring4Third, I.os Angeles. European-, cere
I IV 7 1 Vj Vj IXiYM VJL\ JY Irailyloeated; moderate rates. F. M. MALLORY, pro.
ri-rTTlji A7ID(' TTVTr A FIRST-GLASS FAMILY HOTEL, OPP. SIXTH ST. PARK
XXX > IXIITIIAXiV Convenient to all .treet car lines, nates reasonable,
sail south olive st. mkh j. c. philhrooks
rmrp pr TT I AT \X Z"lT) XT' AVALON. CATALINA ISLAND—NICE ROOMS WITH*
1 JlXj V 1 1j 1 jj\ i>H 'XIX J outboard; apanmenti lor lunoltlng and light cook
ing free. Plenty oi supplies fit bakeries, restaurant., grocery stores. E.J. WHITNEY, Prop.
17)N(i¥K\Cli B ATIF ITO USE ?^"L*sli H ££~
lineof new suits. Nice new furnishings, Large dressing rooms, with fresh water showers.
Finest beach in the world. ALEX. AIKMAN, Manager.
» -p, ¥-J/"\A\'T I 1 f i IA HOT BPRINOS—THE FAMOUS MOUNTAIN' RESORT OF
1\ 11 It" ' V> II Hi A I " Southern CalKornlaj hotel tirst class; lighted by electricity;
heated by water I'rom tlie hot springs; the natural hot mud, vapor and thermal baths
are unexcelled; 'bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead station; leaves San Ilernatdino
at d :lo p.m.; postoftlee aud telepone at the springs.
r >| r>A 7 't:'r A T I*l T T l^J^ , 17 SA - S ' TA MONICA, orrosiTE the
XXXX 1 ! V IV IQI.A I J 1 X* Ul\ VIJj Sal ,i a i.- 0 depot. Water constantly
changing. Every thing neat and clean. Coltagcs to rent. Occupants have free access to
plunge. fl. W. KIiMTZ. Proprietor.
SANTA CATALINA ISLAND.
An Array of Attractions for the Season of 1895 Umparalleled in tho
Annals of the Resorts of the Pacific Coast.
Unique and Cheap Facilities for Fishing that will popularize to the highest degree
sport ior whicn tho Island is famous.
Boating and Bathing, the safest and best in the world. Famous wild goat hunting, horse
back riding and all out-door sports.
The Great Island Stage Road, through scenes of grandeur defying description.
Water Carnivals, brilliant illuminations, pyrotechnic display!, rapturous music, danc
ing—ideal scenes from fairyland.
Free Open Air Concerts every day throughout the season by the peerless musical
organization, the famous MARINE HANI) AND ORCHESTRA.
Arrangements for the Summer Camping Population are in every sense perfect
and unequalled. Ninety per cent ol the visitors to Santa Catalina Island live iv tent
cottages, fronting on macadamized s reels, sprinkled every day. Lots connect with
flush 0 oscts and the new outfall sewer; all garbage removed dHily free of charge—econ
ony oomtort nnd pleasure combined. A ticket of the Wilmington Transportation Com
pany entitles you to one ol these lots, including water, free of charge. It you nave tent
colli page, takeil with you; if not. Mr. A. W. Swanfeldt, 2&0 S. Main St.. will supply you
with handsomely furnished or unfurnished lent cottages; tents of all kinds.at low price.
Largely Increased Hotel Accommodations— Hotel netropole now Open,
Rates#2auds3 per day. After Jnlsr Ist regular summer rates prevailing at other
resorts) with A. <:. Roscoe as chief CterU and orazio Raffa in charge of the cuisine.
The New Island Villa, Mr. Fred Wilding, Manager Inow of the Metropolcl, open July Ist;
nceoniiuodationsfor 1000. Table, service and accommodations strictly lirst-class, at
specially reduced rates for the summer.
The Little Harbor Inn, open all the year round. G. T. Fellows, Proprietor. Pleasant
accommodations, charming surrounulnui.
Illustrated Pamphlets mailed to any address. For full information apply to the
WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION CO., 222 A - ST „ge™..
HANCOCK BANNING, F. H. LOWE,
I Gen. Frt. and Pais. Agt. Asst. Irt. and Pass. Agt
I The Newhall
HflnlFflrigCi!
Will sell at Auction, on Lilicrnl Credit,
Saturday June 15,1895
At 19 ra.. on tho Rancho,
C'aati ac Station,
HORSES, MARES, MULES
This is the fourth annual offering or the
company and comprises Praft and Farm.
Horses and Mares Carriage Horses, Driving
and itoad Horses, Ladies 1 and Gentlemen*!
Saddle Horses, Driving and Work M ules.
SPECIAL NOTICE—AII animals offered are
from -i years upward and well biokcn to har
ness, d üble and single.
Parties desiring to attend this sale Will take
& P. Co.'s train ut 8:10 am. on morning of
sale, June 15th, from the Arcade depot. I.os
Angeles ami purchase tickets to Castiao sta
tion, where they will be met by the company's
teams.
Stock will be ready for inspection or trsal
on and after .tune 10, l*!t,"V
For any and all information, address, care ol
POStOfflce, Newhall. Los Angeles county, Cal,
WALTER a NEWHALL,
<iencral Manager.
J. J. ARNOTT. Superintendent.
••• CITY ♦
iUifIJBWB
HENRY BIESCAR,
PROPRIETOR.
MANCFACTUKKn OP
Grill and Scroll Work
ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES,
Office and Hank Railings, Window
and Spark Guards,
SKYLIGHTS, #*
FENCES, G RRTES,
*# SnZIRe SCREENS. NTS
floral Designs of Every Description
Made Iv Order.
PRICES THE LOWEST,
ftLEPHONK 1400.
118 S. ANDERSON ST.,
Opp. Terminal Railroad, , »__-■„.
©ter First (.treat bridge, LOS Angeles.
S~AVAGE f. c ePs. s M T
& STEWART
Gas and • •
Steam Fitters
PLUMBERS
Steam and Hot Water Heating
For Htilldlngs and Residences
OFFICE!
220 COMMERCIAL ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
TKLEPHONE IKRIi
NOTICE
On July Ist, 1895, we will reduce
the price of gas to one dollar and
ninety cents per one thousand cubic
teet.
LOS ANGBLES LIGHTINC CO.
JOB
PRINTING
Executed With Neatness and
Dispatch at the
Herald Job Office
309 W. SECOND ST.
J. W. HART, manager.

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