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Look on the Sixth Page of the Herald for
Wants of all descriptions. Including
HOUBEB TO RENT,
ROOMS TO RE&T.
LIVE BTOOK FOR SALE.
MONET TO LOAN.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE,
These advertisements aro cheap, and always
bring customers *
United States Weather Office.
Report of observations taicen at Los Angeles
May 5, 1892:
Time. Bar. | Tbei
5:07 a. m. 30 15 49
6:07 p. m. 30 121 57
Max. torn.. 64: mm. tern. 48.
Rainfall for the season, 11.76 inches.
Ban Fbancisco, May s.—Forecast: Showers,
except for Southern California.
Jose Romero was thrown from a sulky
yesterday afternoon in front of tbe Bu
miller block, by having a horse back
into the sulky, upsetting it. He fell in
front of a cable car, and but for tbe
presence of mind of the gripman he
would have been terribly mangled, but
tbe car was stopped in time.
Yeaterday afternoon in the police
court the sentence of Mary Yilghano,
convicted of battery, waa set for this
afternoon at 1:30; John Jordan was
fined $3 for being drunk, and J. B.
Campbell was discharged on the charge
of violating the garbage-dumping ordi
The students of tbe Woodbury busi
ness college will present an entertain
ment at the college hall this evening to
which the public is cordially invited.
The programme will comprise among
other features a short address by Gen
eral Rollins and selections on tbe guitar
and banjo by Professor and Mrs. DeLano
and Mr. Masac.
A telegram was received by Coroner
Weldon yesterday afternoon from Acton,
asking him to bold an inquest on the
remains of a man who died near that
place, without the attendance of a phy
sician. The name given in the dispatch
was J. Duehren. The coroner went up
to Acton last night. It is supposed that
the man died from asthma.
The San Francisco Post, of Tuesday,
announces that the Alta is to be revived
and published in morning and evening
editions by two capitalists who have
purchased the telegraphic franchises of
the defunct paper. The statement is
made by the Post that "for the position
of managing editor Colonel Boyce, of
tbe Los Angeles Tribune, has been se
Mr. Eiml Quarre received a letter
from his father, Mr. Phiilippe Quarre of.
Brussels, yesterday, in which he men
tions that Mr. Charles Raskin, formerly
editor of a French paper in this city, is
living at 78 Rue de la Pacification in
Brussels, and married a grocer's daugh
ter. From Mr. Quarre's letter it is evi
dent that Mr. Raskin is following the
same methods which characterized his
career in thia city.
Mrs. Catherine Tait left her husband
while he was at church last Sunday,
and it was stated that she had taken all
the furniture of the house with her.
She denied this yesterday to a Hebald
reporter. "All I took," she said, "was
what my own money had paid for, and
I left everything for my husband that
he would need. I lived with him as
long as I could stand his insults, but he
became unbearable recently and I bad
to leave him."
Donations to the chamber of com
merce exhibit were received yesterday
as follows: Dr. McDonald of Ontario
sends in a case of fine Eureka lemons;
Ernest Watson a box of Duarte seed
lings, Valencia late oranges and Eureka
lemons; E. N. Pegg, Boyle Heights, do
nates four cypress trees ; Y. A. Stephen
son exhibits a patented bridge and Geo.
Ferguson a patent hose band. The
chamber shipped to the Chicago exhibit
yesterday four cases fruits and vegeta
K. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 8. Main.
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadler's, 214 West Second. Tel. 7G2.
A CRUEL BLACKSMITH.
He Betrays a Confiding Girl and Then
A warrant was issued this morning,
says the San Francisco Post of Wednes
day, for the arrest of Jonn Murray, a
blacksmith, on a charge of seduction
preferred by Julia Shoetkoweky.
She is a domestic, and states that she
met Murray in Los Angeles, where they
became engaged to be married. He
started to take her to a church, he said
to have the knot tied, but instead of
taking her there he took her to a lodg
ing-house, where they lived together
until a child was bom. Then he de
serted her, leaving her utterly penni
less. When she came to this city he
followed her and induced her to resume
her old relations with him, until another
child was born. Then he pawned all
her clothes and again deserted her.
"History Itepeats Itself,"
And so does Hood's Sarsaparilla in the remark
able cures it is continually accomplishing. If
you will give this medicine a fair trial it will
ao you good.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet efficiently.
"When the Queen Went
To the Riviera some weeks ago, she was ac
companied by a donkey and cart, four
broughams, eight horses, one spring mattress
and one iron bedstead, besides a lot of dogs and
cats, and lords and ladies in waiting. The
item does not state the style of broughams
used, but we are under the impression they are
• very similar to those now on exhibition at 210
aud 212 North Main street by Hawley, King
All kinds of sewing machines cleaned and
repaired for $1 each. All kinds of sewing
machines rented for $2 per month, at the
Davis Sewing Machine office, 128 South Maiu
street, between First and Second streets.
Althouse Bros, in Itusinesg
Again, with a large stock of fruits and vegeta
bles 105 West First ttreet.
Call at C. Ducommuii's,
302 N. Maiu street, for fine ladies' shears,
scissors and pocket cutlery, imported direct
Xi th ing from Business.
Wait-no n»r LincrustA Walton, at
cost.Yt'W. B. Stewart's, 23 i South Spring.
The committee to secure funds for tbe
. entertainment of the editors soon to
visit Los Angeles was out in tbe field
yesterday, and met with considerable
Location for a physician by addressing
G. S. Eveletb, Glendale, Cal.
Location for a physician by addressing
G. S. E. Smith, Glendale, Cal.
Prof. Payne will organize a class for
beginners in dancing, Friday night.
F. R. Cunningham, dentist, removed
to California Bank building. Tel. 723.
The Los Angeles business college pic
nic to Yerdugo park has been postponed
till Saturday, May 14, 1892.
A "Looking Backward" social will be
given by the ladies of "The People's
church," in Campbell's hall in East
Los Angeles this evening.
It is a fact not generally known by the
public, that the name Mott alley has
been changed to that of Center place.
It is not true that I have removed my
office. R. G. Cunningham, dentist,
rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, North
An Odd Fellows' special train will
leave the Santa Fe depot at 7 o'clock
this evening for Rivera, to accommodate
the Odd Fellows of this city who wish
to attend the institution of a new lodge
at that place.
On account of making a change in our
drivers, some of our customers may be
neglected. If so, by notifying us, we
will consider it. a favor. Respectfully,
Troy Laundry Co.
Sunny weather seems assured for next
Sunday. Another and larger crowd will
go to tbe lovely old cafion, as all the
Santa Monica trains will run through.
The round trip is only 50 cents.
Dr. D. McSwegan, who has been visit
ing the principal hospitals and medi
cal colleges of the world for the past
three years, has resumed bis practice
here at 316)4 South Spring street.
Los Angelee to Long Beach and return
50 cents, and San Pedro and return 60
cents, on the Los Angeles Terminal rail
way, good going Saturday or Sunday
and returning Saturday, Sunday and
A horse belonging to Charles Geiger
ran away with a wagon yesterday after
noon, from the corner of Seventh and
Flower streets, and the wagon was
smashed to pieces.
For a May-day ride, take a trip over
the kite-shaped track of the Southern
California R. R. (Santa Fe route): fare
on Sunday will only be two dollars and
live cents' ($2.05) for the round trip.
Train leaves Santa Fe depot, foot of
First street, at 8:30 and 11 o'clock, a.m.
The mass meeting to be held at the
chamber of commerce rooms this after
noon will, it is hoped, be largely attend
ed by business men. The meeting takes
place at 3 o'clock, and strong memorial
to congress for a larger appropriation
for San Pedro harbor will be prepared.
The bathing season at Coronado is
now opened, and the attractions are
many at San Diego and Hotel del Coro
nado. The Southern California rail
road (Santa Fe route) will on Saturday
and Sunday sell tickets for one fare the
round trip, good returning Monday.
Trains leave Santa Fe depot, foot of
First Btreet, at 8:15 a.m. and 3:05 p.m.
The quickest time and best service
from Los Angelea to the east ia made
by the Santa Fe route. The equipment
not excelled. Tourist sleeping-car ex
cursions, with gentlemanly agent in
charge, through to Boston, leave Los
Angeles every Thursday. Information
concerning time and routes to all eastern
cities cheerfully furnished at ticket
office, 129 North Spring street, or at
At the business meeting of the "News
and Working Boys' Home," a vote of
tbanka was tendered to all the partici
pants in the play of "Hazel Kirke" who
co generously gave their services for the
benefit of the Home; also to the
orchestra, Mrs. Childs, the L. A. Light
ing Co. and the press, for their generous
donations, and to all others who con
tributed to make the entertainment a
grand success, very satisfactory to the
managers of the Home.
The universities of California will hold
their annual convention at Riverside
June 7th, Bth and 9th. The new and
elegant stone church will be dedicated
during the convention, Rev. Mr. Good
enough of Oakland preaching the dedi
catory sermon. The Woman's associa
tion will hold its annual meeting at the
same time. A state organization of the
Young People's Christian union will
also be effected. Rev. Dr. Conger of
Pasadena has been chosen to preach the
occasional sermon. Judge Enoch Knight
of this city will give a paper on The
On Tuesday evening the usual monthly
meeting of the sketch club of the Los
Angeles School of Art and Design
was held. In the unavoidable absence
of Dr. H. M. Alter, Mr. Macleod intro
duced Mr. Hartly, an artist visiting from
the east, who delivered a very interest
ing and instructive address on the im
portance of drawing, perspective and
anatomy in art, and expressing his
pleasure at finding such excellent work
done by the students. A pleasant hour
was afterwards spent in musical and
The best spring medicine is a dose or
two of St. Patrick's Pills. They not
only physic but cleanse the whole sys
tem and purify the blood. For sale "by
C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, drug
On the Beach at Redondo
The bathing and fishing is the best on
the coast. You can go down over the
Southern California R. R. (Santa Fe
route?, Sunday, for fifty cents the round
trip. Train leaves the Santa Fe depot,
foot of First Btreet, at 10:15 a.m.
"The Two Republics," Vickery Block.—You
will receive nine lessons in Spanish language
for 50 cents from Prof. Cuyas.
Lumber Delivered Anywhere in the City.
Let ub figure your bill at lower prices than
ever. Willamette Lumber Co., Redondo.
Campbell's Curiosity Store.
Mexican. Indian and California curios at low
est prices, 325 South Spring street.
Piles on piles of new hats in all styles and
prices at the New York Bazaar, 148 North
Summer lap dusters at Koy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street.
A 54.00 Stiff Hat for 82.00. Los Ange
les Hat Co., 119 N. Spring street.
Pasture—Sunnysiile farm, Vermont avenue.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica,
I-;uow open for the tourists' season.
THE LOS 'ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1892.
H. J. Maxwell left yeaterday to do the
James Callen, a legal luminary from
the City of Bay'nclimate, is in Loa An
Will F. Sweeny came up from Long
Beach yeaterday to see the baseball
James Russell, a noted peace officer
and a prominent Republican politician
of San Diego, is in tbe city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gillibrand are at the
Hollenbeck. Mr. Gillibrand is an ex
tensive ranch owner in Ventura county.
Grand President Fitzgerald is still in
Los Angeles. He ia delighted with the
way the Native Sons were entertained in
Warren Wilaon, the editor of the Sun
of San Diego, is in the city. The Sun
ia very appropriately a morning paper
And full of brightness and light.
W. A. Newcum went north laßt night.
Mr. Newcum is a newspaper man who
came here with the Native Sons. He is
charmed with Southern California.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Dunnelly, Charles
Dunnolly, jr., Misses Nana, Bessie,
Lelia and Louise Dunnelly, Alan Dun
nelly and two maids, a private car party
from Pittsburg, are among the Weat
LIZZIE REYNOLDS' CASE.
Mrs. Reynolds of San Francisco Tells
Pretty Lizzie Reynolds, it will be re
membered, waa arrested some daya ago
by United Statea officials on a charge of
taking mail from the poatoffice ad
dressed to another person, and ia now
held to answer. In a statement made
to a Herald reporter about the matter,
Lizzie ascribed her trouble to a Mra.
Lizzie Reynolds of San Francisco, who,
she asserted, was jealous because of Mr.
Reynolds' attentions to her, and had
written the letter in question simply out
Tbe Herald yesterday received a let
ter from the San Francisco Mra. Rey
nolds, who lives at 714 Larkin street,
from which the following extracts are
"As my name has been mentioned,
quite frequently of late, in both Los
Angeles and San Francisco papers, in
connection with the troubles'of a Miss
Lizzie Reynolds, and in which I am
accused of writing adecoy letter through
a jealous motive, I feel the time for me
to speak in vindication of myself has
arrived, and I beg of you the space my
few lines will occupy. In the first
place, I deny most emphatically ever
having written to or addressed a letter,
either as a decoy or otherwise, to Miss
Lizzie M. Reynolds. She accusea me of
writing aeveral, which she knows to be
absolutely false. Let her produce even
one. Secondly, does it seem reasonable
that I should Bend money to such as she,
an adventuress and dive waitress, and
ask of her the favor of purchasing
souvenir spoons? Miss Lizzie and my
husband first met at a social gathering,
and on the score ot relationship, the
names being similar, she asked
for and received assistance financially.
Nothing more was heard of or from her
for several months, when she subse
quently turned up in several of the dif
ferent beer saloons on Kearney street
and Grant avenue, in this city. Shortly
after her appearance again in thia city,
she again applied to my husband for
financial assistance, being then in a del
icate condition. The request being re
fused, she now takes thia mode of ven
geance on one who haa in no wise ever
harmed her, by connecting my name
with her present troubles. When the
authorities need my version of thia
affair to establish her true character, I
will be forthcoming.
A BABY POISONED.
A Little Child's Accidental Death at
A sad case of accidental poisoning took
place at Pasadena yesterday. Marie
McLean, a child of David R. McLean,
aged 20 months and 10 days, accident
ally secured a bottle of White Pine Bal
sam, and suclied all its contents through
a corkscrew hole in the cork. Medical
aid was at once summoned, but in spite
of all efforts the little one died.
The child was left alone by Mrs, Mc-
Lean for a little while and succeeded in
securing the bottle. She went to sleep
soon after, and the mother, becoming
alarmed, sent for a physician, but it was
too late. Coroner Weldon was tele
phoned for and went out late yesterday
afternoon. He held an inquest, when
the distressing facts were testified to.
The jury returned a verdict of accident
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE D'EPARQNES
et de Prevoyance Mutuelle, a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. A. N. Hamilton, Josephine Hamil
ton, his wife, The California Bank, a corpora
tion, The First National Bank of Los Angeles,
a corporation, National Dank of California, a
corporation, Plez James, R'chard Melrose, A.
W. Ellington, 8. Hellman, C. E. Kuster, de
Sheriffs sale, No. 17,053.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
Huperlor court of the county of Los Angeles,
of the State of California, on the 13th day of
April, A.D. 1892, in the above entitled action,
wherein La Societe Francaise d'Epargnes et de
Prevoyance Mutuelle, a corporation, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree
of foreclosure and sale against A. N. Hamilton,
et al., defendants, on the 12th day of April, A.D.
1892. for the sum of six thousand forty
seveh and 55-100 dollars, gold coin,
which said decree was, on the 13th day
of April, A. D. 1892, recorded in judg
ment book 35 of said court, at page 42,
1 am commanded to sell all that certain lot,
piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and be
ing in the said county of Los Angeles, State of
California, and bounded and described as fol
-1oLot0 Lot number one (1) of the Consuello subdi
vision of the Cells Vineyard tract, as shown by
a map of said subdivision recorded in the
office of the county recorder of Los Angeles
county, in the State of California, in book five
(5) of miscellaneous records of said county, at
paeo 50, to which map and the records thereof,
reference is hereby made for a more particular
description; and being the same premises
described in a certain deed made by Josepha
Arguollode Cells fa widow) to Josephine Ham
ilton on tbe 4th day of January, 18H3. and
recorded in book 97 of deeds, at page 447, on
the 4th day of January, 1833.
Together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments aud appurtenances
thereunto belonging, o* in anywise appertain
Public notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the 28th day of May, A. D. 1892, at
12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court
house door of the County of Los Angeles, I
will, in obedience to said order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and sale,
sell the above described property, or so much
thereof aB may be necessary to satisfy said
judgment, with interest and posts, etc., to the
highest and best bidder, for oash. gold coin.
Hated this sth day of May, 1892. GißBoir
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
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By r. U. uAnnun. tjxiyutiy. di»u.
Graff & Latham, attorneys fer plaintiff.
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Fine line of hair switches, if 11.50 and up
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The same rale applies to both.
Tbe beat goods are cheapest in the end.
TRASH is not cheap at any price.
LAND in thia country without water
ia good for nothing.
LAND with a poor water right is al
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: FOB :
ORANGE AND FRUIT CULTURE.
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Is what yon and I are looking for.
Have This Kind of Land fob Sale.
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Prices Low! :-: Terms Reasonable!
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13-3-tf REDLANDS, CAL.
Ho! For Redondo Beach!
Better terms and-facilities offered.
Two lines of railway and frequent
trains to and from Los Angeles after
Steamers to all points daily.
Fishing- and boat-sailing unex
Special features Saturday and Sun
For information, addresi
REDONDO BEACH CO.
5 3 2m
t* 4 " Awnings, Flags,
Truck, Hay and Wagon Covers.
A. W. SWANFELDT,
3-30 3m 115 East Second Street.